Comments Posted By Mike Farmer
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"It depends on where you start the graph."

Yes, I know, which is very telling regarding Obama's presidency and the Democrat rule of congress.

Comment Posted By Mike Farmer On 22.05.2009 @ 22:33

loser -- see, I can spell.

Comment Posted By Mike Farmer On 22.05.2009 @ 22:29

So is my interest in solutions -- I have no partisanship in me, even though I'm a stupid losr from the south.

Comment Posted By Mike Farmer On 22.05.2009 @ 22:28

According to the latest polls, the percentage of reduction in the Democrat Party is as large as the Republican Party -- the independents have passed both at 39%.

Comment Posted By Mike Farmer On 22.05.2009 @ 20:27

Are you calling the south "stupid losers"?

Hmm...I don't think so.

Comment Posted By Mike Farmer On 22.05.2009 @ 20:04

Gingrich needs to run, not to win, because he would lose, but to throw a bomb in the political debate and clarify issues. McCain didn't have the spirit to describe what's going in government -- unchecked statism which is a form of soft fascism -- because he's a part of it. Gingrich at least has the intellectual weight, the guts and the vocabulary to describe the extremes of the Democrat agenda, which might call enough attention to create resistance to their over-reaching and cause them to pull back. If the Democrats continued over-reaching for the next four years, they would destroy themselves. As a libertarian, there's a lot about Gingrich I don't like, but he has always been one to get a debate going. Gingrich and Palin would create one helluva brouhaha. I'm waiting for Penn Jillette to run.

Comment Posted By mike farmer On 22.05.2009 @ 11:10


Rush resigned as head of the GOP.

Comment Posted By mike farmer On 21.05.2009 @ 07:58

"Reynolds @5- dude, your logical is impeccable. You really need to write your own blog. You do? Oh."

Things that make you go -- hmmm...

Comment Posted By Mike Farmer On 19.05.2009 @ 19:15

Watch for the growth of independents. The country wanted a change from Bush and was infatuated with the image of Obama, but images last only so long -- I believe people are becoming disgusted with both parties, and with politicians controlling the economy. The problem is that before independents can have an effect, it's going to cost us in hidden taxes, stagnating production and loss of freedom. It won't be long before the country is begging for economic growth --the religionists who worship the state think government can fuel the economy -- their faith is misguided and unreasonable.

Comment Posted By Mike Farmer On 19.05.2009 @ 17:23

If both parties don't find a way to build a home for the growing number of independents, they may each be hurting. The Obama cult will probably fade away after the grind and mishaps of two terms, if he's elected to a second term, so his popularity won't be passed along -- and all the people who voted for him who wouldn't normally vote Democrat will be free agents. 2016 could be an interesting year, politically -- to quote Bob Dylan, "the times they are a'changin'", and more quickly than the 60s. The Information Age will have changed everything and opened up more options.

Comment Posted By mike farmer On 19.05.2009 @ 12:26

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