From: annika1980 on 5 Sep 2008 11:29
On Sep 5, 9:51 am, "Frank Ketchum" <nospamfo...(a)thanksanyway.net>
> Wow, I didn't realize that Obama was the first politician to ever give a
> speech about the reserves, clean coal technology, nuclear power, American
> auto companies, fuel efficient affordable cars, renewable energy and
My point was that Palin's speech was long on lies and innuendo and
short on policy matters. And the one time she addressed policy it
seemed as if it was Copy & Pasted from Obama's speech the week before.
From: dene on 5 Sep 2008 12:14
""R&B"" <noneofyourbusiness(a)all.com> wrote in message
> "dene" <dene(a)remove.ipns.com> wrote
> > Randy....when are you and the rest of the libs going to figure it out.
> > There is a great distinction between McCain and Bush.
> Yes, one is smart and one is stupid. One is brave, one is a coward.
Coward....huh. He may be an overachiever but I truly believe nobody that
occupied the white house was ever a coward.
> But since McCain has voted along with Bush's agenda over 90 percent of the
> time, it's hard to see how there's much difference. Is economic plan is
> right out of the same Republican playbook -- lower taxes for the
> Americans, more rewarding companies with tax breaks for shipping American
> jobs overseas, no vision for the future. Building a bridge to the 1930s.
1. If the 90% were true, then it's likely they were the right votes. Laws
that are passed are the direct result of compromise between the executive
and legislative branch.
2. Barack's economic plan is???? In fact genius, what are your solutions?
3. A President is limited to what extent he can do with economics. Raising
taxes isn't a solution.
> > I hope the Dems keep talking about the last 8 years. McCain will talk
> > about the next and Americans will figure out the difference.
> And if this 72-year-old four-time cancer survivor lives through eight
> of being president, I'll personally blow you.
Sorry...but even your mouth isn't big enuf.
From: dene on 5 Sep 2008 12:16
"John B." <johnb505(a)gmail.com> wrote in message
McCain has many enemies in Washington and a lot of them are
Republicans. That is not a good foundation for the cooperative,
collegial bipartisanship he claims to favor.
Remember when Bush called himself a "uniter, not a divider?" I'm not
falling for that again.
Are you implying that you once voted for Bush?
From: dene on 5 Sep 2008 12:19
"Frank Ketchum" <nospamforme(a)thanksanyway.net> wrote in message
> "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.
No truer words. I get a kick out of all the talk about foreclosures. If
the Dems control the white house and congress, then $$ will fall from the
sky and make these people's payments for them. Same with health insurance.
Same with the price of gas.
From: MNMikeW on 5 Sep 2008 12:41
"dene" <dene(a)remove.ipns.com> wrote in message
> ""R&B"" <noneofyourbusiness(a)all.com> wrote in message
>> "dene" <dene(a)remove.ipns.com> wrote
>> > Randy....when are you and the rest of the libs going to figure it out.
>> > There is a great distinction between McCain and Bush.
>> Yes, one is smart and one is stupid. One is brave, one is a coward.
> Coward....huh. He may be an overachiever but I truly believe nobody that
> occupied the white house was ever a coward.
Brown calling someone a coward, how rich.