Murtha's little red caboose left the tracks a LONG time ago. He has served 16 terms in the House of Representatives and all of those terms have been completely undistinguished. His current fatuous posturing is merely an attempt at legacy - and we all know how well that kind of nonsense usually works out for Democrats, don't we?
Of course he's senile! Nothing else could explain his blatherings.Comment Posted By Gayle Miller On 19.02.2007 @ 16:07
Senator Obama is almost as frightening as Hillary Rodham Clinton. Neither has really accomplished anything to commend them to the voters - all they have to offer is lots of empty promises. What Hillary certainly can offer is deeply offensive socialism, and it's a good bet that Senator Obama isn't much better.
I cannot believe that he is the BEST Illinois can come up with!Comment Posted By Gayle Miller On 12.02.2007 @ 11:17
I am a Catholic, female of a certain age, conservative and (so far) a mild Rudy fan. Don't get me wrong - I genuinely like the man's stance on the GWOT but I am troubled by his pro-abortion attitudes.
At the moment my preferences include Rudy, Newt, Duncan Hunter and JC Watts. And by the way - you want to make HRC shreik until her head comes off - THAT is the one to nominate against her! He's 1,000% smarter than her and has actual values and character. The man's sheer CLASS will make her look like the ignorant and strident fishwife she is.Comment Posted By Gayle Miller On 9.02.2007 @ 16:45
I am totally with the President should he choose to go "all in" in Iraq. Sure the left will squawk and moan - but they already do that.Comment Posted By Gayle Miller On 14.12.2006 @ 15:57
FINALLY - someone who agrees with me about MapQuest! I once used MapQuest to plan a trip from Columbus, Ohio to Vienna, Virginia. I ended up in Mahan, West Virginia where my Nissan Sentra's engine blew up!
As to your appearance on C-Span - you were terrific.Comment Posted By Gayle Miller On 3.04.2006 @ 10:38
Let's see - how many U.N. resolutions did Saddam Hussein ignore? And when was Clarke sitting on the President's lap listening to his every thought and word? How about NEVER? I am absolutely convinced that ridding Iraq of Saddam Hussein was the only choice to be made based on the available intelligence, whether flawed or not.
President George W. Bush is a man of conviction and strength. Absolutely he has his flaws just as any man. He is the first to proclaim that. But ultimately, this is the right man, in the right job at the right time!
The problem is that this is a giant striding amongst pygmies! And it really torques them off that his stature reveals them for what and who they are! I am convinced this is the genesis of Bush Derangement Syndrome! He is dumb - but he is a Machiavellian schemer - that is their essential take on our President and despite the illogic of this position (he's either one or the other), give them credit, they haven't wavered in 6 years! Even with their eyes spinning counterclockwise!Comment Posted By Gayle Miller On 31.03.2006 @ 15:16
Well, for what it's worth, I'm planning to move to Mexico when I retire. So that'll make a teensy bit more room!Comment Posted By Gayle Miller On 31.03.2006 @ 15:18
Brilliant analysis and summation. Thanks.Comment Posted By Gayle Miller On 30.03.2006 @ 12:09
Howard DeanComment Posted By Gayle Miller On 30.03.2006 @ 09:14
Senate Judiciary Committee
And to Zsusanna, the love of your life, some of us remember what it was like in those days. I was a sophomore in high school and we had students like Zsusanna enrolled in our school. We heard their stories and were horrified by them. So I am glad that you are here, dear lady.Comment Posted By Gayle Miller On 28.03.2006 @ 15:26