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Archive for June, 2008

A Vet on John McCain’s (894/899) Military Service

Monday, June 30th, 2008

Hey, McSame got into the academy which is some what of an accomplishment in itself if it weren’t for the fact that his father was an admiral and it was a given that he was a shoe in. Great, good for him, now lets look at how he did in ...

9 Out Of 10 Say High Gas Prices Will Cause Serious Hardship

Monday, June 30th, 2008

Can I get a "No Shit Sherlock" from the group? A recent AP-Yahoo poll shows that consumers don't have a rosy outlook for their financial futures any time soon. Because of high gas prices. From cancelled vacations to finding new jobs, people are struggling to cope with the high price of fuel. ...

Not Worthy

Monday, June 30th, 2008

I'd like to go on record that I'm not in favor of slamming military service in the name of political expediency. I regard service to the country as the highest form of idealism. It embodies the ultimate belief, that of a nation so worthy that one's own life is an ...

Mr. Pot, Meet Mr. Kettle

Monday, June 30th, 2008

"The obscene vitriol on the left wing blogs really is mind-blowing. You see virtually none of this on conservative blogs." Marlowe on Skewz "To me, it's straightforward: Conservatives are adults, liberals are adolescences (sic). Conservatives value rational and logical discussion, liberals crave juvenile name calling." oleneo65 on Skewz Politics is a rough neighborhood. Stakes ...

Trying to force a regime change in Iran the old fashion way-through covert ops.

Monday, June 30th, 2008

The old fashioned way is using clandestine and/or covert ops by various US governmental agencies. The usual agencies are the CIA and the Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC). Seymour Hersh addresses these operations in his latest article for the New Yorker. Mr. Hersh received the information on new covert ops against ...

“George W. Bush Has Moral Values”

Monday, June 30th, 2008

A voter in West Virginia actually said this. He was a lifelong Democrat until 2000, and then: “Bush was a good man and had good morals. I felt he was the better man.” This year — “I don't care for Obama.” Words like “morals” and “values” have been thrown around so ...

Winter Fears in June

Sunday, June 29th, 2008

With the price of oil going through the roof and every other utility that people use to heat their homes going up and up people are terrified. People that can not or do not have access to alternative heat sources such as renters and some home owners are literally ...

Throwing the Candidate Out With the Bath Water

Sunday, June 29th, 2008

Barack Obama's recent decisions to chuck public campaign financing and support the FISA capitulation bill angered many, including me. And, his explanations for both were weak and far short of his promise to change government. I wasn't tremendously offended by his decision on campaign financing. The decision wasn't wrong in the ...

Conspiracy?

Sunday, June 29th, 2008



All Summer Long

Sunday, June 29th, 2008

Man, do any of you remember when you had to go to the bank on Fridays to get enough money to make it through the weekend? Having a favorite meeting spot where everyone showed up to make plans on where to hang out because cell phones didn't exist? Driving around all night ...

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