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Huh. I wonder. When people stop by and leave their venomous comments,
do they actually read the body of the article?  Makes one wonder, after reading several of the below comments.  Interesting. 

posted by JanesOpinion on November 7, 2008 at 2:51 PM | link to this | reply

Re:
sam, I hear you.  Obama talks of cutting the military by 25%.  I can't quite picture he'll have the same loyalty from the military Pres Bush has had. 

posted by JanesOpinion on November 7, 2008 at 2:49 PM | link to this | reply

My son is a soldier, I hope his life is still important! sam

posted by sam444 on November 6, 2008 at 1:06 PM | link to this | reply

Re: benzinha, I disagree.

I am sure that he would have rather never mentioned either, but was forced to by the rest of the world. 

So many referred to him specifically and as an insult, as Hussein, as though that translated into "devil incarnate" in English.

The boy's name Hussein \hu(s)-sein\ is pronounced hoo-SAYN. It is of Arabic origin, and its meaning is "good; small handsome one". The name of a prominent person in Shiite Islam and a royal name in Jordan.

He must have been a cutie when he was born, thus Hussein, or his  parents might have hoped that he might grow up to be the president of the United States as we all mention when we see newborn babies. I do it for girls and for boys.

Color is there, in your face and when you grow up with the face of color, you experience life differently and know subtleties early on......and so, he mentioned his face as everyone else feared to speak about the elephant in the room, which was a factor in the election campaigns of many people.

posted by benzinha on November 6, 2008 at 9:09 AM | link to this | reply

Janes: Have you read Julius Caesar, Hume, Sir Winston Churchill, Jstuart Mill, or the like. I recommend them to you. Then rwrite your expose'.

posted by EX_TURPI on November 6, 2008 at 9:07 AM | link to this | reply

". . . his executive and legislative agenda poses a greater threat to American liberty than that of any president in the history of our great republic." 

 

Except for his predecessor, who suspended the rule of law, used torture, ignored constitutional limits on power, politicized the Justice Department, and created huge tax increases on all future generations by way of the debt he left us.

Obama's speech was a call for unity and cooperation in facing the challenges ahead.  It's kind of sad that so many didn't notice.

posted by mousehop on November 6, 2008 at 7:56 AM | link to this | reply

JanesO.....
Have you ever seen so much hatred for this Country........we are supposed to do as others do....and be like them.....no thanks,  I can see what Eurabia is like and I want no part of it......

I too noticed the lack of the "call for unity"......

 


posted by Corbin_Dallas on November 6, 2008 at 7:01 AM | link to this | reply

benzinha, I disagree.
Obama made race an issue; others generally did not.  I am thrilled to have a black man in the White House . . . but not Obama.  I so completely disagree with his stance on so many issues.  That is my beef with him.  Not race.  He's the one who always talked about his weird name, or the color of his skin. . . . 

posted by JanesOpinion on November 6, 2008 at 6:26 AM | link to this | reply

Everyone's objections appear to be anything but racist, but it is at the

core of every fear filled complaint about what a scary monster this man is. He's a man, he's just a man and will do no more to make this country socialist, communist, nor Muslim, nor ghetto than anyone else elected to the office would do.

He will drag our frightened asses into the next century, against our will as did all the other Changers who improved this country's behavior and reputation each decade against the majority's ( or minority's)  will. It is time to meld more with the world, to co-operate and not make international arrogant demands.

We must sign the Kyoto agreement and follow the example of other countries. WE must change so very much if we are to survive on top. If we remained as McCain would have made us remain, we would have fallen even further behind the rest of the world, which finds us more dangerous, stupid and isolationist than ever.

We just finished destroying the economies of many nations. Willfully, no matter what the guilty parties claim. We are economic devils and must be avoided by others, if they are to survive intact.

 

posted by benzinha on November 5, 2008 at 11:18 PM | link to this | reply

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