1.) You cannot question our VP Candidate’s experience
But we CAN question the experience of the Democrats presidential candidate…So what if our presidential candidate is 72 years old and has had melanoma 4 times? That doesn’t give Democrat’s the right to say the VP candidate’s experience is fair game and look into what she has done in office that speaks to her ability to run the country. Anyone that tries to say otherwise, including the media, is an elitist, a liberal, and a sexist.
2.) We can say we will bring Bills and legislation that... Read More
Houston, Texas is my hometown. I grew up playing on the sandy beaches of Galveston and riding my bike across the Seawall. What I miss most about Texas is the people, they are genuinely kind hearted, warm, friendly, and always greet you with a smile. If you are in need, Texans will quickly lend you a helping hand even if they have to stop everything they are doing just to do so. Whether it be fixing a flat tire, sending our own firemen and rescue workers up North during 911 or opening up the shelters of our entire State to help another State like Louisiana through a rough time, natural disaster... Read More
Rock On is right! Believe it or not I do know several people in high and low places, and where The President qualifies under? Hell, I don't know. I partied like a rock star with W. Bush a few times and he really is a nice guy to hang out with and when he has a few beers in him, the ultimate wild man is released. When it comes to running the United States... I'll just keep my mouth shut because you already know the answer to that. But I'll open it just this once and then I'm off politics until something else inspires me.
W. called me the other day on one of his leisure time off from... Read More
When my grandmother passed away of breast cancer, I was fifteen and a freshman in highschool. My mother immediately suggested we join the 'Race for A Cure' to raise funds for breast cancer by walking a 5 mile run / walk marathon in her honor. Mile after mile we walked together and reminisced about 'happy memories' of my fathers mother and her zanny sense of humor. We discussed how my grandparents became a couple, they had been classmates throughout their childhood and in their senior year of highschool, my grandfather was drafted to serve in War War 2. He had always had a crush on my grandmother... Read More
It was by all accounts a masterful display and perhaps one of the best presentations of what this campaign is all about.
Little known Governor Sarah Palin of Alaska, followed Hurricane Gustav, on the world stage, and inflicted serious collateral damage of her own, on Obama and company. Her down home-style conversation with the American people stood in stark contrast to Obama’s lofty poetic dissertation.
Even the sitting for each convention, could not have been more different. Where Obama stood between two Styrofoam Greek columns in a huge outdoor stadium with over 80,000... Read More
With a little under two months left until the United States of America votes for its new president the nominees have come down to John McCain (Rep) and Barack Obama (Dem). These are the two most realistic candidates to vote between although many political activists (or people claiming to be political activists) will try and convince voters that there are more candidates that have a chance to win such as Dennis Kucinich (a little more liberal Democrat in many eyes), Ron Paul (a liberal Republican in many eyes), and the ever famous Ralph Nader (last I knew running under Independent). Personally,... Read More
It’s now been several days since Sarah Palin took the Republican Convention stage with a relentless ferocity not seen in decades. She struck Obama with blow after blow, shattering all previous McCain pretenses of “reaching across the aisle.” Welcome to the rebirth of scorched earth politics.
After learning on Saturday that Palin used the female rock group “Heart’s” 1970’s hit “Barracuda” against several appeals not to do so by the band’s leaders, I got curious as to how the dictionary would define the word “barracuda.”... Read More
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I believe that someday all military operations will be reduced and we will be able to make agreements using international negotiations. War never changes things to better, never!