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I don't usually indulge in feelings of satisfaction when someone loses his job, but Brian Williams is such a pompous, prevaricating, progressive twit, that I am thrilled he's done this to himself (it kinda justifies how I've felt about him for years).
If only Pres. O. and his liberal friends had paid as much attention in biology class you you did, Mac.
It seems foolish to believe that the climate will never change. And you're right, even more idiotic to go with the agenda of Obama or Gore in trying to calm the seas, or whatever silliness they're spouting.
The President and his spokespeople (Susan Rice said much the same thing yesterday) are so tied to their socialistic ideology about the direction this country should head and what the executive branch should be doing that they actually believe the foolish things they say.
Unfortunately, dwinch, not everyone who reads your comment will understand that you are being ironic
A valid point only if you are a resident of Massachusetts.
I find it disgusting that some busy body called the police. Did he/she approach the kids and ask if they were in need, or lost or afraid? Nope, just turned around and called 911. I want to assume that the "whistle-blower" was an over-protective parent, but my own experience with parenting has shown me that the busy-bodies are most often the childless liberals who think anyone who brings more than one child into this world is a dangerous individual who ought to be investigated for the crime of procreation.
My suggestion: Brigham Young University. It is a shining star in an otherwise dark academic world. Any other suggestions for parents who are helping their sons & daughters find colleges that still maintain moral codes of conduct and rigorous academic programs?
"Is there any way to turn it around. Nope, not until the country goes fiscally bankrupt." I only agree with that statement if you believe that the solution lies with government. As a culture, we have the ability to to change this. By example and by involvement in our communities. Mr. Barone asks, "should we be afraid to tell people there's a better way?" And the answer, of course, is no, we shouldn't.
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