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Lawsuits and Impeachment

Recovering Liberal Wrote: Jul 15, 2014 8:43 AM
The first football game each fall for a secondary school in a tiny town in Kansas was against a team from a much larger town; we were, in their eyes, a scrimmage to tune up for the season. But we did our best, losing every year, until the year we beat them. After Pearl Harbor, it looked like the USA did not have much of a fighting chance. Impeachment might be a distraction, it might lose, but, therefore, it should we should not do what is right? Not in my book--if the survival of our nation depends on being a bunch of wimps. Just saying.
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Tea Party: Learn From Al Gore

Recovering Liberal Wrote: Jul 10, 2014 8:58 AM
According to Ms. Coulter's logic, rape victims should relax and enjoy it, providing themselves and others continued opportunities to be raped.
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A Primer on Race

Recovering Liberal Wrote: Jul 08, 2014 8:53 AM
Well said!
I tried to find something good to say about Mr. Tanner's article. Most of it is grammatically correct.
Odd view of the AZ gov race. Doesn't look anything like that from down here in Pima County. Jones is one of the front runners in polls I've seen. I'm a tad surprised that she is characterized in a one sentence mention, as "the only woman in the race ... virtually unknown attorney ... ties to McCain" She IS the only woman in the race. Her positions on issues make the claim of ties to McCain dubious. Maybe Ms. Alexander is getting her information from attack ads offered by the Ducey campaign.
I'll bet you believe the "dog ate my homework" stories coming out of the IRS and EPA. After all, would a politician mislead the public? Horrors!
Well, did you notice that Hewitt slipped in an Anti-Palin slap to refurbish his political correctness creds? In fairness, though Palin knew the issues (better than Hewitt did), she underestimated the ability of MSM to spin her words and the ability of "conservative" pundits to chime in with their own nonsense. It is unlikely that Labrador would underestimate the ability of MSM and punditry to spin his words.
Bravo! Lifting words and phrases out of context, then screaming "Racist!" works for the left. In this case the "educated elite" category, in which S.E. fits, have no clue about the manner in which folks out in rural America speak. It would have been easy for Hannity or S.E. to say "Bundy spoke in a way that allowed the PC Police to brand him as racist; granted. But let's look beyond catch phrases and consider the issues." Would that make Hannity and S.E. racist? Or would it make them more competent analysts/commentators?
Insightful! The word use notion is very interesting; I'll pay more attention to that. I think it would be a clue that would help me "see through" bogus rhetoric by politicians on the right and left and those professing to be independent.
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No Men Left Behind?

Recovering Liberal Wrote: Jun 06, 2014 9:09 AM
Thanks! I didn't really follow the POW/MIA story; the reminder is apt and the knowledge important.
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