Comments Posted By Gayle Miller
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So the fact that CNN, ABC, NBC, CBS, MSNBC are all completely "in the tank" for Barack Hussein Obama is completely okay because of ONE OUTLET? Fox News is apparently sufficiently equivalent to those purveyors of misinformation and outright lies? Y'all have been guzzling the left wing Kool Aid way too much.

I don't want the media to be EITHER liberal or conservative. I want them to give me the FACTS and let me work out my own interpretations. I know for sure that it's unlikely they are smarter than I am and I know for sure that after 66 years on this planet, I'm one hell of a lot more experienced and possessed of more wisdom than are those fatuous asses!

Comment Posted By Gayle Miller On 10.10.2008 @ 15:22

It's about doggone time Conservatives started displaying some spine and gumption! And as far as calling that phony p.o.s. huckster from Chicago by his FULL name - have at. I do it on my site all the time.

I'm NOT voting for Barack Hussein Obama. I'm not voting for him because I consider him an unprincipled, inept, unprepared and completely unfit, unready and unsuitable for the Presidency due to his lack of moral character and his socialist agenda. I don't think he's all that smart either - book learning and real intelligence don't necessarily go hand-in-hand, you know.

Comment Posted By Gayle Miller On 10.10.2008 @ 08:49


I am in neither camp. I think there's a lot of unseemly and unnecessary panic being spread by the usual suspects - the mainstream media. And I think a lot of this financial flapping is being orchestrated by the one who has the most to gain from Obama's election - that cute little puppetmaster, the evil troll George Soros.

I am of Hungarian ancestry. While I was growing up my mother made it a point to tell me to avoid Hungarian men like the plague. George Soros is proof her warnings were correct!

Comment Posted By Gayle Miller On 8.10.2008 @ 15:11


Oh crud - I adored the Kingston Trio and had such a massive crush on each of them but especially on Nick Reynolds. That smile of his, don't you know!

I was in my sophomore year of college and it was a heady time to be alive - they were an integral part of it!

Comment Posted By Gayle Miller On 7.10.2008 @ 14:09


For this gaffe alone, Biden should be removed from the Obama ticket AND the U.S. Senate!

Comment Posted By Gayle Miller On 3.10.2008 @ 14:42


I think all y'all are misunderstanding what was intended when the offices of the president and vice president were even created by the framers of the Constitution - they WANTED a citizen government. What they did NOT want was a bunch of grifters making snuffling at the public trough a lifetime project. In other words, professional politicians were absolutely not expected nor were they intended. So Sarah Palin IS what our founding fathers envisioned and I can certainly envision that old reprobate Benjamin Franklin being alternately titillated by her beauty while delightedly astounded by her brains and common sense (an all too rare commodity in a politician).

All of you seem to be dismissive of the amount of "catch up" Sarah Palin has had to play since she was nominated. There's no excuse for Biden's gaffes - he's been at this game for over 30 years. But Sarah Palin is supposed to be perfect first shot out of the box? Give me a freaking break.

Comment Posted By Gayle Miller On 3.10.2008 @ 14:49


Rick - let's really go for perspective here. This country has been suffering a lengthy national nervous breakdown since 11/22/63 and the 1968 assassinations of Martin Luther King and Bobby Kennedy. We had a brief remission during the Reagan years but the attacks on 9/11 just confirmed that we were going to hell in a handbasket for a lot of us.

Between Barack Hussein Obama and John McCain, here's the difference: John McCain will keep us safe and Barack Obama is a dithering coward with a vacancy where his soul should be. While I am no fan of Senator McCain, compared to his opponent, he's the second coming. And bottom line? This still is the greatest country in the world, most freedom, best standard of living. And that's another reason to defeat Obama - he is interested in a "national security force" (KGB anyone?) and based on his numerous questionable associations, he is a dyed-in-the-wool socialist if not a full on communist - something this nation does not need! Already he is, through his campaign's lawyers, attacking free speech all over the country. This man is not now, nor will he ever be, ready for prime time!

Comment Posted By Gayle Miller On 29.09.2008 @ 15:24


And guys, I wouldn't "misunderestimate" Gov. Palin. She'll hit her stride and probably will decimate the Chia Pet on 10/2.

Comment Posted By Gayle Miller On 25.09.2008 @ 16:13

Senator McCain's slogan is "America First" and had he not behaved in precisely the manner that he has, he could easily (and properly) been described as a hypocrite. I have many issues with Senator John McCain but I do believe that, bottom line, he is a complete patriot and that his decision yesterday and his influence today may well have helped the situation a great deal. Senator Obama is just a trifling fool, a "second-rate Bill Clinton" if you will. I also don't believe that Senator Obama actually intended or wanted to get the nomination this time. I think he was actually positioning himself to be Hillary's running mate and events got away from him! Now he's well and truly stuck because in the long run, he will not win the election and his chances to ever do so will be pretty much null and void. And thank God for that!

Comment Posted By Gayle Miller On 25.09.2008 @ 16:11

John McCain's campaign theme is "America First" and had he not suspended the campaign and headed back to D.C. to do his job, he would not have been true to his principles. And that is something upon which you can always rely - whether or not you like him, John McCain is a pretty consistent guy, especially when it comes to his principles.

The fact that BHO had to be shamed into actually DOING the job for which he is paid (Senator) is an appalling revelation of the kind of President he would be - voting present more often than not. And his dithering was another VERY bad sign. He keeps swaying with the prevailing winds, he's gonna give himself whiplash!

And apparently his grasp of civics is still pretty shakey. No Senator Obama, we do not have 57 states. And NO Senator, we will not have a new president in 40 days. That's only the election. Inauguration is several months distant!

Comment Posted By Gayle Miller On 25.09.2008 @ 10:21

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