From: Frank Ketchum on 5 Sep 2008 10:24
"William Clark" <wclark2(a)colnospamumbus.rr.com> wrote in message
> Right, and Alaska is so much in touch with mainstream America. So much
> so, in fact, that she has been involved in meetings of a movement to
> secede from the Union.
I'm sorry, I must have missed something. The left presumed to be in touch
with Alaska's desires when it tells us that we can't drill in ANWR.
Something doesn't add up.
From: William Clark on 5 Sep 2008 10:28
In article <nfbwk.28604$_s1.3785(a)newsfe07.iad>,
"Frank Ketchum" <nospamforme(a)thanksanyway.net> wrote:
> "William Clark" <wclark2(a)colnospamumbus.rr.com> wrote in message
> > Right, and Alaska is so much in touch with mainstream America. So much
> > so, in fact, that she has been involved in meetings of a movement to
> > secede from the Union.
> I'm sorry, I must have missed something. The left presumed to be in touch
> with Alaska's desires when it tells us that we can't drill in ANWR.
> Something doesn't add up.
Pardon? Miss Alaska would like to drill to line her pockets. Many of the
rest of us would like to preserve something for nature, especially given
that we will be done with oil within the next 50 years anyway.
From: lein on 5 Sep 2008 10:57
On Sep 4, 11:42 am, annika1980 <annika1...(a)aol.com> wrote:
> Last night Sarah Palin made a speech which went 40 minutes but was
> short on issues.
> The one brief mention of policy was stolen straight from Barack
> Obama's DNC speech.
> Here's what Obama siad in his speech:
> "As President, I will tap our natural gas reserves, invest in clean
> coal technology, and find ways to safely harness nuclear power. I'll
> help our auto companies re-tool, so that the fuel-efficient cars of
> the future are built right here in America. I'll make it easier for
> the American people to afford these new cars. And I'll invest 150
> billion dollars over the next decade in affordable, renewable sources
> of energy - wind power and solar power and the next generation of
> biofuels; an investment that will lead to new industries and five
> million new jobs that pay well and can't ever be outsourced."
> Now here's what palin had to say:
> "Starting in January, in a McCain-Palin administration, we're going to
> lay more pipelines ... build more new-clear plants ... create jobs
> with clean coal ... and move forward on solar, wind, geothermal, and
> other alternative sources."
> Is there an echo in here?
When Barack says "I'll invest 150 billion dollars", does that mean
he'll invest his money or yours?
From: Frank Ketchum on 5 Sep 2008 11:20
"lein" <boomer_the_cat(a)my-deja.com> wrote in message
> When Barack says "I'll invest 150 billion dollars", does that mean
> he'll invest his money or yours?
To liberals, our money is theirs.
From: annika1980 on 5 Sep 2008 11:17
On Sep 5, 7:19 am, Carbon <nob...(a)nospam.tampabay.rr.com> wrote:
> > McCain is a better leader.
> So is everybody else.
Let's see, we've got a Presidential candidate who is in a state of
mental decline and a VP nomineee who is a gun-toating hunter and will
stop at nothing to get what she wants, laws or ethics be damned.
Hmmm, does this sound a little too familiar?
Lots of folks on the far right opined that if Obama chose Hillary as
his VP she'd have him offed. I think McCain should be much more
worried. Palin has been following him around with a shovel.