Bang on Rick, know how I know... Mr. Reynolds had one line. GO! RINOs!Comment Posted By Michael On 24.02.2010 @ 14:17
i sure hope this trend does not continue, but alas i finally and whole heartedly agree with michael reynolds.Comment Posted By michael On 24.01.2010 @ 09:18
people may work in corporations and unions, many for that matter, but they do not have equal sway nor ability to use the funds of the unions or corporations to defend their individual points of view. corporations are beholding to the 'board' and ceos, and unions are 'represented' by those at the top. a corporation and union do not vote in elections, so why should they be able to influence elections at all? fixing the symptom and not the problem...
ahhh... metamorphism, slowly but surely, why is it so hard... i mean really almost everyone of us has there balls scratching the fence at some point/issue or the other... oh wellComment Posted By michael On 19.01.2010 @ 12:24
well of course that didn't work soComment Posted By Michael On 14.12.2009 @ 10:37
"Da-bro pa-zha-la-vat" (phonetic version of "welcome")
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Rick,Comment Posted By Michael On 2.12.2009 @ 09:21
Wonderful post, I have been reading the Little Green Footballs for years, and I have been coming to many of the conclusions that you have stated above. I think he has found his niche and his crowd, I still think he is a brilliant person but he is in a definite rut, between science findings (he does his homework), his photographs, and ranting about the right what time does he have for conservative thought? Seriously, if all you did was try to find what was wrong with a wonderful home, would you want to live there or even be able to see what was good about it? I think he has lost sight of the you gotta take the good with the bad, not necessarily justify the bad, but that nirvana does not exist. Oh well, hopefully he will figure this out.
Keep up the good work,
Simply brilliant Rick, Thank you!Comment Posted By Michael On 25.08.2009 @ 15:05
This is a beautiful tribute to our fallen dead, who perhaps had similar thoughts, but lacked the ability to convey their sentiments to their loved ones in such high literary form.Comment Posted By Michael On 24.05.2009 @ 10:46
Thank you. I believe your statement that "the states only wish to continue to exercise authority in those areas that they have traditionally been granted the power to do so by the Constitution" is the key to the whole understanding of the matter.
The current interest in the 10th Amendment is not about gaining new/improved rights for the states, but rather to roll back the juggernaut of federal government interference in state matters. On difficulty is that the states have not pushed back on this for better than a generation, leaving many younger citizens thinking that the status quo of federal government control was constitutional, or at least legal.Comment Posted By Michael On 7.05.2009 @ 12:09
Rick, I am with you on this one. Which of your critics here would calmly sit through a long and insulting tirade against their family by some loud-mouthed bigot? President Obama's conduct was disgraceful. On a personal level he has stood with these kinds of people most of his life. What he did here was no harder for him than sitting through one of Rev. Wright's tirades. However, now he represents all Americans and this is what he fails to remember.Comment Posted By Michael On 20.04.2009 @ 14:00