Absolutely brilliant post! As a matter of fact, I do think these folks are being rather neglected by Washington and the media -- largely because they are largely self-reliant, God-fearing, independent folks (oh, and largely WHITE, too).Comment Posted By gunjam On 31.01.2009 @ 20:09
" ...or even the commenting trolls."
Had to LOL at this line!Comment Posted By gunjam On 31.01.2009 @ 15:11
Mr. Moran, thank you for the explanation: I now know much more than I did before about PJM.
Maybe I just am clueless, but the entire PJM thing always seemed to be an organization that attempted to oppose the MSM by being the... well, MSBS (Mainstream Blogosphere) -- at least among conservatives.
Not that I don't read/view/like PJM writers/bloggers/productions: I do. But also I cannot deny that I pick up a whiff of arrogance on their part from time to time. Maybe this set-back will make them stronger in the long run: I certainly hope so.
Having said that: I do not rejoice in anyone's (connected with PJM) loss of ad revenue. Whatever PJM's failings, it is still leagues ahead of the GoogleMonster in moral/ethical terms. PJM's demise will only serve to increase Google's anaconda-like hegemony.Comment Posted By gunjam On 31.01.2009 @ 15:08
Sobering. Sobering indeed.Comment Posted By gunjam On 14.12.2008 @ 15:28
Hey, Rick. Not so fast! Last time I checked, this Congressman is not running for President. Moreover, what kind of logic says his ONE remark cancels out the VOLUMES of hate spewed for over the past two decades by Obama's Pastor? Certainly not in mine.
Moreover, the Congressman is entitled to his opinion: He just didn't express it in "respectable" terms. Stuff happens.
This is a good old, rough-and-tumble campaign. I am enjoying it!Comment Posted By gunjam On 14.04.2008 @ 19:21
You are an honest man: Kudos on you for that.Comment Posted By gunjam On 3.04.2008 @ 00:53
Do you know that I have heard that during the Revolutionary War we "racked" the British (and vice versa)?
Waterboarding is not torture, for crying out loud.Comment Posted By gunjam On 3.04.2008 @ 00:52
Rick Moran writes: "Sorry, it wonâ€™t wash. First of all, donâ€™t worry about Republican charges of stealing the election. It ainâ€™t going to be that close."
What? Conceding the next national election before even the first primary vote is cast?
Courage, my man! Courage!Comment Posted By gunjam On 16.12.2007 @ 18:18
To Ron Norman (reply to comment #16).
You mentioned the lack of accountability on the part of our US Senators and asked how to remove them.
The real answer lies in repealing the 17th Amendment.
http://jammedgun.blogspot.com/2006/04/exhibit-for-repealing-seventeenth.htmlComment Posted By gunjam On 3.05.2006 @ 21:32
Reply to: Fred (Comment #16)
Savage an ass? I beg to differ, sir. The man is brave, bold, ferociously patriotic, witty, and probably more intelligent than you and I combined. He has a genius for seeing to the heart of the issue. Many peoople (you included?) don't like him because he is so ruthless with the truth. No sugarcoating here. Savage has a big (albeit unrecognized) impact on the American political scene, and he does MUCH good for this country -- more than the Hannitys, Hewitts, and Limbaughs will ever acknowledge.Comment Posted By gunjam On 3.05.2006 @ 21:42
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