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Jul 28th 2008 6:44PM It is my prayer that the next time you fly you are stripped naked in public since you are ok with this kind of nazi-like brutality.
Jul 18th 2008 12:25AM Hey Donald,
The car looks crappy but if it is FREE then give me one! It will come in handy around town. (haha)
Jun 7th 2008 3:05PM It does not matter what Fox said or did not say. Check Nobama's voting record and read his books. He is not a Muslim but he is a Black Nationalist just like Malcom X was pre-Mecca. Read his books; it is clear he knew of Wright's ideology from day one. He used Trinity, one of the largest churches of its kind, to dominate the black vote 90% and secure the primary. Now that he knows he has the nomination and all the black vote, he throws the church under a bus. (haha)
Obviously Nobama IS of the flavor of Dems of the past, namely, Ted Kennedy and Howard Dean; neither could get elected but want to throw the Clintons under the bus to retake the party in an extreme left-wing direction as Liberman has already said in leaving the Dems to be Independent.
To those on the left who think the Christian right is not behind McCain, think again! I teach at a Christian university and can guarantee that the Christian right will show up in November JUST TO BEAT NOBAMA. I am an Independent who voted for Hillary and will vote McCain myself. The DNC has guaranteed its defeat with their funky rules and misogynist attitude toward Hillary. The fact is that Hillary energized the base of the party better and the swing states better than NOBAMA who played on Black nationalism, misogyny and some weird primary rules to obtain the nomination. No matter what Hillary says or even if she joins the ticket, McCain has my vote.
Jun 1st 2008 9:52PM Well Matt,
I am sure you think it is fair to charge someone for being late if it is the airline's fault, but I doubt you would feel that way as the passenger. Still, you are only guessing as to why he was stranded as the article really does not say. But as long as we are speculating....With rising prices of oil, we (customers) will be the ones laughing when you are downsized and out of a job. Let's see what you eat for breakfast then....
May 24th 2008 9:58PM I was surprised that Obama had so many flip-flops since he rarely says anything concrete. I mean it is pretty difficult to flip-flop on vague notions of "hope" and "change" and "I am not Bush."
After eight years of Bush, I applaud McCain for his "flip-flops." At least he is willing to listen, think independently, and change, not bad for a 72 year old Republican! He's got my vote.
Apr 8th 2007 3:36AM From someone who initially suported this war and even admired Bush, I really see no harm in Pelosi visiting the middle east and dialoguing with some of the leaders, including the dictator of Syria. First of all, she talked to him and other leaders, which is really no more than Republican representatives did. What harm can it do to talk, even to enemies? Are we petty children? Do only Republicans get to speak to the enemy? It is not like she slept with him. Second, the Iraq War was won in a few months, years ago. It is the OCCUPATION that stinks to high heaven! Congratulations to Democrats for being the only ones smart enough to figure this out. We are trying to impose a democracy upon a people who really do not want one. Historically, this has never worked. Democracy, by definition, must come from the people. We are waging war against both Shites and Sunnis, which makes utterly no sense. Is it really better to speand all of this money and life in Iraq for a hopeless cause (expecting them to adopt our version of democracy) or to risk the vague possibility of a terrorist strike at home which our troops are not really preventing anyway. It is illogical to think that terrorists cannot strike us because our troops are in Iraq. It would be easy enough for them to accomplish another attack hee anyway. In fact, the deadly attack in England took place after the Iraq War. We would undoubtedly be better served by focusing our efforts on Afghanistan where we have been more successful in a less ambiguous setting. This blind following of the president is the reason why Republicans lost in 2006 and will lose in 2008. I have leaned Republican most of my life but look forward to voting for Hillary Clinton in 2008. We definitely need some fresh leadership instead of a stupid, arrogant president who ignores the will of the people and insists upon stubbornly following a failed policy.