Politics and doughnuts

The lively discussion inside Baker's Dozen focused on politics when Ronald Goodrich strolled through the door, a rosy lipstick print on his cheek. Full Story
Thats It

Dayton, OH

#2 Mar 3, 2008
Sooo... whats the point of this whole little article? Blah!

“Lohio Bound”

Since: Oct 07

Location hidden

#3 Mar 3, 2008
Whoa, I thought the headline read POLICE and doughnuts.

A bullet to the head, LOL, i love that response.
Lightside

Cuyahoga Falls, OH

#4 Mar 3, 2008
Hysterical. Nice to have a break from all the in your face politics. Thanks

Since: Feb 08

Sugar Land

#5 Mar 3, 2008
When did Hillary Clinton deliver health-care reform or demonstrate her economic wisdom and foresight while Alan Greenspan was warning of irrational exuberance as the subprime housing loans were created and pandered during her husband's administration and her husband supported China's entry into the World Trade Organization without any conditions such as protecting the environment or labor and property rights to levels that are comparable to western standards?

Today China is not only a leading contributor to environmental pollution and global warming (thank you very much Mr. Nobel Laureate, Al Gore), it's also pushing up oil and other commodity prices, taking our jobs and stealing our intellectual property.

If experience, wisdom and judgment may be relied upon to judge a presidential candidate's abilities to solve problems, then let's look at the records of Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.

2005 - While Barack Obama promoted a restoration of balance between work and wealth and criticizing special interests for distorting U.S. tax codes, Hillary Clinton and her husband liquidated their blind trust of the nearly $50 million amassed during their years in public office.

2002 - While Barack cautioned that without clear rationale an invasion of Iraq would encourage the worst impluses of the Arab world and strengthen the recruitment arm of Al Qaeda, Hillary told Larry King she didn't regret her vote on the Iraq war resolution because like the Bush administration, the Clinton administration viewed Saddam Hussein as a threat to the international community.

1999 - While Barack secured bipartisan support for health-care reform and passage of low-income tax credits and child care subsidies in the Illinois legislature, Hillary supported her husband's Iraq "regime change" policy in order to divert public attention from the president's marital, legal and ethical infidelities.

1989 - While Barack Obama served as the Harvard Law Review's first black president, Hillary Clinton then wife of the Arkansas governor received payments from a law firm that was doing the state's business and received board of director payments from Wal-Mart where she remained silent about Wal-Mart's anti-labor union practices.

1979 - While Barack Obama was actively involved in the South African divestment movement to end apartheid, Hillary reaped profits of almost 10,000% in the futures markets and left taxpayers with her real-estate losses in the Savings & Loan bailout.

In Hillary's eight (8) years in the Senate, the Congressional Record ( www.thomas.gov ) shows she "sponsored" only two (2) pieces of legislation that were presented to the president for signature. The first piece of legislation (S. 1241) was to establish a historic site in New York state, the second (S. 3613) was to name a U.S. Postal Service building.

At 3:00 AM who is Hillary gonna call in a national crisis? GHOSTBUSTERS? Without any attachment to a position and no leadership qualities or principles to guide her in a time of national crisis, Hillary like her husband, would need to first conduct a poll to determine what is in her political interest before committing to any national decision.

It's refreshingly nice to see the better angels of America's character prevailing as voters reject the racial, religious and ethnic slurs being spewed by the divisive supporters of Clinton, Limbaugh and Hannity.

As a Republican-leaning independent, I will vote for Barack Obama if he is the Democratic nominee running against John McCain but I will not vote for Hillary Clinton.
fuzzy math

Akron, OH

#6 Mar 3, 2008
Lightside,
Nice try at the spin. But, your nutjobs have sent us into the toilet. Please don't try to put down the other side, when your side has gotten us into this mess in the first place, and with George the first.
Lightside

Cuyahoga Falls, OH

#7 Mar 3, 2008
Fuzzy math - think you addressed the wrong guy.
Fiber

Thornton, CA

#8 Mar 3, 2008
I want a donut! I want some Coffee!! At least people are talking.

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