I used to think that nothing could shock me….but I am continually proven wrong.
I really can’t believe he had the audacity to say such a thing! Check this out!
Ok let’s get this straight once and for all.
In the news this week has been a lot of hullabaloo about the public awareness and/or concern about the US presence in Iraq.
About a year ago, I made
The Iraq Memorial Quilt
(click on the title to see the faces on the quilt)
I actually thought I was doing something good.
Honestly, I really don’t think American voters have the elected’s complete, and undivided, attention during these perilous times. I say this because the U.S.A. is still shoulder-deep in an illegal, and expen$ive, war. Twenty years of my life were spent defending the U.S. and during those years I learned alot about honesty, loyalty, and having the courage of your convictions.
We need time out from politics. It’s just too exhausting these days.
Somewhere between listening to supporters of Democrats Barack Obama and Hillary Rodham Clinton squabble over who is playing the race card and watching the humiliated Eliot Spitzer resign as New York governor, I realized I was in serious danger of not caring.
America’s chief domestic priority this year is to prevent Hillary Rodham Clinton’s election as president of the United States. Beyond her dreadful ideas, she shares her husband’s allergy to the rule of law and the basic standards of fairness and honesty that most people expect of themselves.
Geraldine Ferraro is upset. She had said Barack Obama wouldn’t be doing so well in the presidential race if he weren’t black, the comment encountered fierce objections from the Obama camp and elsewhere, and now she wants you to know it wasn’t racist. And she’s right. It wasn’t. It was just stupid.