Friday, April 18, 2008

BEST COMMENT I'VE READ ON THE RECENT DEBATE

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11 comments:

JIm said...

Just a rant. Nothing constructive or new added.

Lally said...

Oh please. Get a clue. If you've read everything in that post before why don't you cite the sources Jim. What TV news show or debate has asked McCain and Hilary why they don't always wear a flag pin? Name them Jim. You can't. Because they haven't. And that's only one point night light was making. Like I said, you can't handle the truth (or at least some truths).

Caitlin said...

An intelligent rant with some obvious questions that any one who is paying an ounce of attention would have asked themselves. Thanks for posting it, now if only someone would ask the questions to the people who need to be asked, Hilary and John for starters. Sigh.

Anonymous said...

""experience, character and credibility."

In a primary, these are issues. Apparently Obama does not want to discuss such matters.

Obama is being exposed as the pretty faced smooth talking front man who when confronted on his associations evades the issue. Reminds me of the movie 'The Candidate'.

Hillary is proving that she cannot be trusted to even tell a simple story truthfully. Such embellishment has reached new hieghts far surpassing dishonesty.

Political issues and platforms are the fodder of the actual presidential debates, not primary debates. Will Obama have a plant in the crowd as Bill Clinton did to evade the issue of character also?

Mentioning McCain in a Democratic Party Debate as a co-conspirator with Hillary against Obama is hillarious and just points out the sad state of the Democratic candidates of this election cycle.

Get real. It is and has always been Democratic Party tactics to smear the opposition. History has many such cases. As usual, the best candidate is never endorsed by the Dems, merely the sleaziest and most capable in the mud slinging that is commonplace. Dems were very apparent in their cross party attacks in the GOP primariry. How sad was it when Ted Kennedy went after Romney concerning Romney's religious beliefs? I seem to recall that was decried when JFK was running when the LBJ faction made it an issue.

harryn said...

mmm ... mr. anonymous' sentence structure is strickingly similar to others i've read ...
i wonder if there's a prerequisite gop writing class, what color shirts they wear, and whether they have a lapel pin ...
to quote dylan; "i wish that for just one time you could step inside my shoes, then you'd know ...

AlamedaTom said...

I meant to comment sooner, but I misplaced my American flag pin for a couple of days. Of course it would have been unpatriotic, bordering on treasonous, for me to participate in the political discourse without it proudly pinned to my chest.

But then, I was delayed even further, because once I put it on, I realized that I would then have to recite the pledge of allegiance before I could begin writing this.

Now, with all that out of the way, just let me say, that the post to which you refer was terrific. Thanks for pulling my coat.

~ tom

JIm said...

I noticed that Stephanopolis attempted to work over McCain this weekend interrupting him, talking over him, challenging him on his temper etc. "Tough John" came right back at George with nary a whine. It is nice to see a candidate defend himself like a grown up who has done it before.

JIm said...

A little humor for "Earth Day" from Canada

So much for global warming. Earth Day festivities went ahead despite the blast of frigid weather yesterday.

Vendors and presenters from various eco-friendly groups, including Bullfrog Power, CO2 Reduction Edmonton and the local solar energy society, crammed into a lone tent in Hawrelak Park after a blizzard forced them to abandon their original locations.

JIm said...

New support for the man caused 'Global Warming Theory". Zawahiri is even convinced that the US is the chief culprit. That is a double wammy for the "Blame America First Croud".

Al-Zawahri spoke on a wide range of issues, even global warming, which he said reflected "how criminal, brutal and greedy the Western Crusader world is, with America at the top."

John said...

I personally get turned off when politicians use the flag to advance themselves politically. I was a Boy Scout years ago (before they were all about bashing atheists and gays), and we learned the proper display of the flag. I cringe when I see people surrounding themselves with flags or using a flag as a backdrop or using the flag as a souvenir. The flag stands for ALL of us. Not just for one political party or person.

JIm said...

I wonder if they will go after Barack for his supporting infanticide will surving in the Illonis senate.

Black leaders: De-fund 'racist' Planned Parenthood
Congressman joins D.C. rally to urge stripping abortion providers of taxpayer money

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