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Government Lite or Government Big Gulp

nmorrison Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 9:11 AM
John: I have followed you for quite sometime, and have mostly agreed with your comments.As usual, today's oped piece was right on, until you said the Ron Paul, was the answer. GAG!!! In my humble opinion, what is needed in the RNC is new blood. I know a lot of blood was spilled this past Tuesday, but get rid of all of the good old boys, and put up someone, who has some fresh ideas, and do not listen to the likes of a Carl Rove. I do hope since he blew it so bad, this time around, I hope he is run out of town. He likes to think of himself of a king maker, but if fact is just some over rated has been! In order to get his backing, you have to kiss his ring?? .Lets have no more of the religious right, dictate who out candidate will be!
Maybe if the Rep party would get rid of the old farts, like Karl Rove, and try to get someone exciting in the party, they might win one. Rove is who? A mean spirited nobody! If he didn't like you, you got no help what so ever. So we lost a couple of Senate seats because, he is Douch bag. He acted like a spoiled kid, the other night on FOX. They should send him packing, and don't let the door hit him on the way out!
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Remembering the Significance of VJ Day

nmorrison Wrote: Aug 09, 2012 7:38 AM
We all can be glad, that this nation had a true leader, like Harry Truman, and not someone like Obama., who more than likely surrendered to Japan. He would have felt right at home, bowing to everyone! We should also have listened to Patton, but Ike, was planing his run for President, and didn't want to make waves. But, it wasn't to be!
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The Flags at the Cemetery

nmorrison Wrote: May 28, 2012 7:49 AM
As we pause to remember our Vets today, I think back to when I was a kid, and the Vets I knew, personally. My uncle, who helped to liberate the death camps, in Germany, and who wouldn't talk about it,if women were present. Then there was this Air Force Major, who survived the Bataan Death march. These were first hand stories, still fresh in their minds. Also there was a grunt, who slogged his way across Europe, and fought and survived to tel about it. Now, most all are gone, and just the memories remain. They do not even teach this is school, so how will we as a nation remember these fine men, and women?? God Bless our Vets!!!!!
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