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Obama Goes Oh-23-3

Notredamemom Wrote: Jan 18, 2013 7:41 AM
Dan, you're work is worth reading since you have a lot of substance. Even though I think you think too much with your head and not your heart. But I think you're jab at Notre Dame was uncalled for. If you adjust for the higher academic standards for athletes, the Irish definitely had the better team.
Fuzzy2 Wrote: Jan 18, 2013 1:55 PM
Notre Dame had no business even being in the title game. A school going from unranked to #1 - preposterous. Cracking the top 10? Maybe. Just barely.
johnm h Wrote: Jan 18, 2013 9:29 AM
If you look at all the studies you will notice that thinking with the head has better outcomes for everybody. In contrast, to excuse political rhetoric, false narratives and muddled thinking as coming from sincere hearts, is just gullibility. It is hard enough to think clearly and harder still to gather enough information and theory to think productively. Thinking with the heart assumes that one can think clearly in the absence of observation, historical records and theory. Of course even more important is to recognize the limits of our knowledge, so that common sense is always a good place to begin.
javapoppa Wrote: Jan 18, 2013 8:43 AM
Maybe so but they were playing football not Jeopardy.

How do you define a terrible team? No, this isn’t going to be a joke about Notre Dame foolishly thinking it could match up against a team from the Southeastern Conference in college football’s national title game (though the Irish win the contest for prettiest make-believe girlfriends).

I’m asking the question because a winless record is usually a good indication of a team that doesn’t know what it’s doing and is in over its head.

With that in mind, and given the White House’s position that class warfare taxation is good fiscal policy, how should we interpret a recent...