mdgiles,Comment Posted By funny man On 9.10.2008 @ 13:02
so whom do you trust? Anyone can publish what they want and if you don't like the NYT, don't read it. If I look around as objective as possible I would also say it is an uphill battle for McCain and the odds at this moment favor Obama. What evidence do you have that all the polls are 'bogus'?
Rick, thanks for reminding people what real socialism is and not to throw the term around lightly. My mother's family left then still socialist East Germany (before Stalin's death in '53) and that really is a different animal. I do believe Obama would like more of a social democratic state as you pointed out (more or less like Germany today) but not 'marxist' or 'communist'. I agree with the other tenants of the article.Comment Posted By funny man On 9.10.2008 @ 11:36
Jim,Comment Posted By funny man On 8.10.2008 @ 13:38
unfortunately I totally have to agree with you. There is plenty of blame to go around and we just have to muddle through.
Freedoms Truth,Comment Posted By funny man On 7.10.2008 @ 16:04
I'm a conservative not necessarily a Republican and the only positive I would see in Obama is that he would get out of Iraq sooner rather than later. I would support McCain because history has shown that a 'divided' government tends to spend less (compare Clinton to the first six years of Bush). Apart from that you are overblowing things just a bit. The United States will survive.
I think there are a lot of things to worry about Obama but to portray him as a sort of secret terrorist sympathizer is frankly ridiculous. If you go way over the top than you risk alienating the very people you want to vote for your candidate. I know some people enjoy bathing in the Daily Kos or Hot Air madness but that will never win you any election.Comment Posted By funny man On 7.10.2008 @ 13:22
I think Rich Lowry has it right in this piece. McCain has to concentrate on the economy.
DESGANS:Comment Posted By funny man On 7.10.2008 @ 12:08
C'est past vrai. Obama is no muslim and using French doesn't make in any better, pauvre France!
I also care more about my personal finances and the economy in general than about Ayers, the Keating Five or Wright. All this is nonsense anyway. What I do care about is a debate about how we get back to a fiscally sound conservative policy.Comment Posted By funny man On 6.10.2008 @ 17:49
CT,Comment Posted By funny man On 6.10.2008 @ 11:53
a copy of Burke would be a great start! And showing Randy Scheuneman where the door is. I totally agree.
Wtk,Comment Posted By funny man On 6.10.2008 @ 00:19
sure you can believe all you want but if we talk about science you need to present some facts. Yeah, yeah, it's all just about opinions, everyone should be allowed for his personal truth. I thought liberals are the only ones going for this 'relative' truth thing.
Why don't you publish your 'evidence' in a scientific journal. I never claimed to have absolute certainty and no scientist ever has. So according to you all carbon dating, geology, dinosaur bones etc is 'unproven scientific evidence'. Evolution for one (not what people like you call evolution) is proven fact, e.g. that is why you have increased number of antibiotic resistant bacteria today.
If you have other evidence just publish it (in a serious journal)
these are the 'ignorant' conservative viewpoints I believe in: http://www.amconmag.com/aboutus.html
Maybe the Republicans won due to these votes. However, whether these represent 'conservatives' is an open question. Sure I'm tolerant about people who believe the Earth is 6000 years old. On the same token, I strongly believe in scientific innovations and I guess you can do the math. Wasn't it Lenin who coined the term 'useful idiots'. In my opinion, you can't be serious about 'Young Earth', are you?Comment Posted By funny man On 5.10.2008 @ 17:26