Minnesota has sure learned the "Chicago Way" and I'll bet Norm Coleman would be happy to give us chapter and verse on how fun that is!Comment Posted By Gayle Miller On 17.12.2008 @ 11:29
I'm originally from Cleveland, Ohio - whence emanated that brilliant statesman named Dennis Kucinich - my mouth is firmly shut!
Brilliant writing, kiddo.Comment Posted By Gayle Miller On 16.12.2008 @ 14:20
Chuck - how MUCH Kool Aid do you drink on a regular basis? The merde you're shoveling is so old, so tired and so discredited that it should embarrass you greatly.
As to our president - that great and good man cannot be harmed by idiotic prattlers such as yourself, who have the imagination of a kumquat and prate whatever twaddle is spoonfed to you by your leftist jingomaster!
Oh yes, have a wonderful and blessed Christmas!Comment Posted By Gayle Miller On 15.12.2008 @ 14:20
Infantile behavior encouraged and applauded by even more infantile leftwing children in this country.
Does it not occur to them that the act of that idiotic and offensive jackass journalist would have been met with instantaneous death BEFORE we arrived in that godforsaken sinkhole? What a bunch of ignorant losers!Comment Posted By Gayle Miller On 15.12.2008 @ 10:20
Here's the deal: a crook is a crook is a crook and I don't give a horse's patoot whether there is an (R) or a (D) after the crook's name. I also don't care whether it's a male or female crook. I don't care if it's a gay crook. Crooks are harmful to our nation. Our system works best when grubby greedy little hands aren't gumming up the works. Buying elections is WRONG. I don't care who does it. Am I the only person who sees something really off about someone spending $700 million dollars to achieve 4 years in a $400,000 per year gig?
I'm telling you - come 2010 - throw the bums out. The Pelosi bums (Rangel, Jefferson, Hastings, et al.), the Reid bums, the Republican bums - ALL the bums. In my view, a new crop of bums might actually be non-corrupt long enough to do something worthwhile. Buying Congress one seat at a time is one thing - but buying 435 of them at one time becomes a daunting project. Or at least I hope it would be.Comment Posted By Gayle Miller On 10.12.2008 @ 17:07
If Hollywood had tried to sell this story to the public, only those of us who grew up near Illinois/Chicago (I'm from Ohio) would believe it, and even we'd have some difficulty with the concept! Good grief!Comment Posted By Gayle Miller On 10.12.2008 @ 12:13
Like Dennis Miller (no relation) I hope that I am joyfully able to vote for Barack Hussein Obama for a SECOND term in 4 years. I doubt that this will happen, but I honestly do hope that he does so well that I could.
And it has absolutely nothing to do with me wishing for the best for our President-elect,it has to do with me wishing for the best for our COUNTRY.
On 1/20/09 Barack Obama becomes the 44th President of the United States and MY president, YOUR president, EVERY U.S. resident's president. And whether we like him or not, we must help him do his job as best he is able to do it.
Bottom line - if we don't like his job performance over the next couple of years - another election is just over the horizon!Comment Posted By Gayle Miller On 9.12.2008 @ 15:07
I'm a Cleveland Browns fan and thus doomed to disapppointment! So sure, I'm always willing to cheer on your preferred team!Comment Posted By Gayle Miller On 8.12.2008 @ 12:49
I think it's the height of arrogance for us to believe that WE have any kind of power, individually or collectively, to affect the climate of this planet. What we are experiencing at the moment is nothing more nor less than one of Earth's cyclical changes.
Let's just get real here. If we could control the climate in any way, why do we continue to allow catastrophic hurricanes? Why are earthquakes tolerated?
Those who have swallowed the nonsense about climate warming have the wide-eyed credulity of 2 year olds seeing Santa Claus at the Mall for the first time - and that man with the ersatz belly in the red suit is just as real as our ability to affect the earth's climate in either a positive or a negative fashion. Once again, the "magical thinking" of idiotic liberal twits!Comment Posted By Gayle Miller On 5.12.2008 @ 14:34
Despite the National Security Force that President-elect Obama alluded to several months ago, I would not, without considerably more evidence, compare the soon-to-be President with ANYONE. Why don't we see how he governs? If he tries to RULE as one of his spokespeople suggested he would - that's a whole different thing.
I do find it amusing that Obama's supporters have their knickers in a knot over the ill-advised comments of Georgia Congressman Braun when they had no problem referring to our current President as a chimpanzee and Hitler routinely. One of the most entertaining and frustrating aspects of the leftwingnut brigade is the absence of a sense of humor or irony! Earnest plodders with little brain power and less imagination for the most part. But oh so sanctimonious!Comment Posted By Gayle Miller On 13.11.2008 @ 16:34