Oct 24, 2008
I know Mike, and although I do not always agree with him, he has always been straight with me, and works hard, and ethically. (Oct 15, 2010 | post #5)
Frazier vs Perlmutter? Only a fool would allow Perlmutter anywhere near public office again. (Oct 15, 2010 | post #2)
Ken is simply the better of the candidates with a chance of winning the election. Something has to be done to stop a Marxist fro controlling this office. (Oct 15, 2010 | post #18)
The numbers aren't in yet, and BAC isn't answering their phones this morning. It is as if they gave all of their employees yesterday through Friday off. (Oct 12, 2010 | post #1)
The media outlet doesn't matter, as they are all pandering for ratings. the real issue is that this is a pretty sick gal. She did what she did, and since i wasn't there can only guess that she ran screaming into a campaign office to complain of the attack, and then the police were called. newscasters follow the police bankds, and have reporters staked out around campaign headquarters waiting for something sensational. Then they all blurt or spew without fact checking. Sort of sonds like a lot of people in the blogs. Such is what we have to deal with today. (Nov 2, 2008 | post #135)
honestly, I think I better replace my keyboard. When i reeread this post, the intended author os Geoge Orwell. Sorry folks. (Nov 2, 2008 | post #134)
Errata: When I was composing this, I misquoted something. Walter Cronkite is still with us. I had an errant obituary which popped up from somewhere. Sorry, Walter. Regardless of how you vote, at least most of your reporting was simply what was occurring, and not something terrible contrived. contemporary newws isn't. The reporting is frequently flawed, spun to get shock value, and horridly biased. We as individuals fall too frequently for the bait. (Nov 2, 2008 | post #133)
Is McCaing responsible for another individual's thoughts or actions? (Nov 2, 2008 | post #132)
being that you are the astute oracle, first "have a cookie with your kool aid," and then tell me accurately what exactly is a typical republican vs. a typical Democrat... the explain the stupidity of the Democratic symbol. do you honestly think a creature muh smarter than the average Democract, the jackass would be so stupid as to walk on a snake? (Nov 2, 2008 | post #131)
If you had a command of the English language, you coul dmake a cogent and articulate presentation. Since you have neither the ability or capacity, I encourage you to reconsider remedial corusewirk in the language of the nation to which you have been rather neglectfully been granted citizenship. It is unfortunate that you cannot make an argument worthy of any serious literary, philosophical, political, or historical debate. (Nov 2, 2008 | post #128)
Bush isn't the issue... No elected President ever maintains the prior administration's priorities, becuase times and opinions change. also there is the power thing, and once you have it you use it as you see fit. I'd rather have experience military personnel in place given the world situation at present. I think Obama would hide under the desk in a serious confrontation. (Nov 2, 2008 | post #127)
I have to date read no credible news report that source McCain/Palin as the origin of the incident involving Ms. Todd. Subsequent reports show only that whe perptrated the act on herself, an dlied about it, seeeking media attention, which she has unfortunately received. She also has a new wardrobe and some lovely new jewelry. Waht nobody sees is that our freedom is being reduced ana mangle of laws, and a tangle on restirctions of freedom, originally protected by the Constitution We need to repeal all of the amendments, back the the Bill of Rights, and have judges ho will interpret and not legislate, Legislators who will not try to exicute or judge law, and an executive who will preserve the Constitution conservatively, and have restraint in the execution of his office. We are facing what Jefferson warned us aobut. (Nov 2, 2008 | post #126)
Larry, I don't see either camaign as having the gloves off. I see neither campaign bahaving well. that is the disappointing thing of most political campaigns. The Todd incident is something we should grieve over, because it shows only that there are a lot of sick people out there. She'll carry two scars with her, now: a brand in her face and a jail record. It makes you wonder what would have happened if he act was on the other half of the fence... Would the "M" have been upside down? (Nov 2, 2008 | post #125)
Get it straight, now... Bush took over january of 2001. September of 2001, the Trade Center was attacked. Subsequent to this, the Congress of the United States declared War - on Terrorism. We then entered Iraq. Unfortunately the debated MWDs latere in the conflict had already been mostly disassembled, crated and labeled scrap metal and shipped, via russia to N Korea. the were Russian munition, originally shipped to Iraq through Pakistan. How would you like to havefaced the decisions bush faced in the infacncy of his presidency? Unlke Mr. Clinton, before him, who merely had to decide which caigar to pull out of the box on a given day, or which word he understood before a a Senate investigation. You forget how Reagan brought us out of the Carter debacle, and returned helth to an economy for hte first time in history, during an acting term. nether of the candidates are perfect, but given the global circumtances, i prefer a candidate who has actuall dealt in the internatinal arena, rather than one who jets to Germany to declae himself a "world citizen." (Nov 2, 2008 | post #124)
What if Obama had experienced the horror of being a POW??? This is a difficult election, as most have been for some time. People get so upset over one candidate or the other is or isn't doing, or what one campaign uncovers about the other. The problem with America these days is not people getting upset over the candidates. No, the real problem is that most people are willing to give up their Constitutional rights through liberal legislation. We forget that for every new law we allow to be wrotten, we lose something the Constitution guarantees us. Freedom is never easy, nor is it free. The cost comes from the effort it takes to guard it. The price for not guarding our freedom is that we will lose our freedom, and become ruled by an oligarchy. if we fail to nurture our freedom, we will become a Socialist nation. (Nov 2, 2008 | post #123)
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