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Auntie won't be joining us anymore.

Neither will Salt Party Snax.

Or two or three others who have already been banned because their grasp of the English language is limited to the 7 words you can't say on TV (or is it 3 or 4 now?)

Comment Posted By Rick Moran On 30.09.2006 @ 22:11

Go steal someone else's bandwidth...or get your own damn blog if you're going copy and paste a 5,000 word piece of nonsense.

Comment Posted By Rick Moran On 30.09.2006 @ 21:14

My astute political mind tells me you and the rest of the blackhearted smear merchants are grasping at straws.

Comment Posted By Rick Moran On 30.09.2006 @ 20:49


That email was from 2003. If you can prove that the House leadership knew of the perverts activities back then, then they should all go to jail.

But there is not one shred of evidence that they knew - and the fact that the parents of the other child wanted the matter dropped would seem to indicate most everyone thought that there was nothing dangerous there.

Comment Posted By Rick Moran On 30.09.2006 @ 13:06

As for the ‘full intention to impeach the President,’ where is your evidence of that? I’m sure somewhere in the blogisphere you could find someone who has recommended that option, but I’m not aware of any serious discussion of impeachment in the Democratic leadership.

Are you kidding me? When the goddman potential chairman of the Judiciary Committee comes out and says that he will hold impeachment hearings at the earliest possible moment (and then bitch Pelosi tells him to quiet down so they don't rile the GOP base) how "serious" do you want the discussion to be?

As for what to do in Iraq - read my blog posts on it as well as my articles at American Thinker. It's Saturday and I've got better things to do than advocate a policy from someone who wants to cut and run albeit in slow motion. If there is victory to be had in Iraq - and you might recall from that NIE that Dems are pissing all over themselves about saying that victory in Iraq will mean fewer terrorists (which I guess means we'll be safer since more terrorists like we have to day means we're not as safe)the Dems are not interested in seeking it.

They are for failure and defeat in slow motion. I find that policy immoral in that you are asking our men to risk their lives for nothing.

Comment Posted By Rick Moran On 30.09.2006 @ 13:04

That's rich. I get advice to wait from Mr. Jumping to Conclusions himself.

If you read the post, you see where I find potential fault with the leadership - and highlight the blatant smear job by Democrats.

Not bad for a "seasoned observer"...

Comment Posted By Rick Moran On 30.09.2006 @ 12:48

Look, ninny. You're talking to someone who has forgotten more about politics than you'll ever know, seem more, been involved in more campaigns (Dem and Rep)than you ever will be. I have about as much faith in Republicans as I do in a can of peas.

Lose the nauseating condescending tone asshole. You're warped worldview is going to get a lot of Americans killed eventually. I just hope I'm not one of them.

Comment Posted By Rick Moran On 30.09.2006 @ 11:55


I have deleted your comment...


Comment Posted By Rick Moran On 30.09.2006 @ 11:42


The next time you leave a comment without reading the post I will delete it.

I addressed the fact that Aravosis was smearing the GOP leadership by claiming they knew he was a pervert. That is a lie - a lie you just repeated. There is absolutely no evidence whatsoever that they knew anything except he had sent a questionable email TO A FORMER PAGE who was caught in the path of Katrina. That and the fact that the parents wanted to drop the matter makes your scurrilous, baseless charge ring all the more hollow.

Read the damn post and address the issues I bring up or you will be prevented from commenting here. I'm sick to death of your blind, stupid postings that have little to do with the substance of what I write.

Comment Posted By Rick Moran On 30.09.2006 @ 10:25



Disagree. The trends were turning positive for the GOP - right track/wrong track as narrowing as was the generic ballot.

That plus issues started to turn the GOP way like terror and social issues. Mr. Snax is whistling past the graveyard when he thinks the detainee bill helps dems. If it is, how come so many dems voted for it? Ditto on the surviellance bill.

No - the momentum was real. And the real problem for the dems is that just about now the American people are turning to them to see what they're going to do about terrorism, Iraq, Iran, and other security issues.

And the Democrats don't have a damned thing to offer - no coherent policy and the general feeling that they are squishy on the issue.

Does this mean the GOP remains in control? Not hardly. But it does make the dems position incredibly vulnerable to the 50 million dollar ad blitz the GOP is planning for the last 2 weeks of the campaign.

Comment Posted By Rick Moran On 29.09.2006 @ 14:36

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