Bill Clinton - a legend in his own mind!Comment Posted By Todd Christian On 23.09.2006 @ 12:51
Please read the collected wisdom of Kristen Breitweiser, in her continuous media exposure since 9/11, and then consider this:
The "Jersey Girls" ceased being mere grieving widows a long time ago. They've endlessly bashed the Bush Administration from top to bottom while conveniently ignoring the incompetence of Bill Clinton and his team. These women are politicos now and should be fully open to harsh criticism from the opposing side. If you want to hang around the political world slinging mud, it's only a matter of time before you're going to get some thrown at you.
Grieving Widows? No these were the first Apostle's of the Church of Liberalism. These Saints of the Church were of course above reproach. It is a great propaganda technique to shield a view for criticism or logic.
Coulter has the courage to endure wrath the liberal interolerants â€“ a wrath that they wrongly accuse her of possessing. Their heated and emotional rhetoric shows that her thinking is truly above their ability to comprehend.
I for one am thankful that she exposed the four Aposltes along with countless other liberal icons.
There were thousands of grieving widows (and widowers) after 9/11 - Ann Coulter addressed only four who chose to publicize their grief in exchange for a political platform. Loss of a spouse does not make your political opinions any more valid or beyond reproach than mine, if you decide to publicize them!Comment Posted By Todd Christian On 8.06.2006 @ 12:27
I'm old enough to remember Keith Olberman from his sports days on TV (ESPN?) He wasn't very good at that, either!Comment Posted By Todd Christian On 1.06.2006 @ 19:34
Of course nothing is going to deter the Democrats from trying to gain revenge for Bill Clinton's impeachment, especially as long as they are led by their "progressive" wing. The real interesting question is this: How long are the voters going to continue to put up with the partisan stalemate on every major decision Congress needs to make until they start to clean house? And that means not just electing partisan Democrats to replace partisan Republicans - that means looking for politicians who attempt to move forward, if only incrementally, by working together in areas of agreement.
I realize that this begs the question of whether Congress "needs" to make any decisions.Comment Posted By Todd Christian On 16.03.2006 @ 16:16
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