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By Reubenesque, August 15, 2008 at 9:19 am Link to this comment
Isn’t that the same lighter brer Bush used to set fire to the constitution?
By hippy pam, August 12, 2008 at 5:57 am Link to this comment
WHAT IF…we could vote on a group of-say-10 people-NO DEM or REPUB-And the person with the MOST VOTES is PRES-and the person with the 2d MOST VOTES is VICE PRES….The other 8-by amount of votes-hold positions as advisors-They all still have to campaigne-AND THE KICKER???? If someone does not do “THE JOB” job-they are FIRED[and they have to give back all monies and perks received] Then the next person steps up-I bet you would see Good Changes if “THEIR cookies” were on the line…...
By Reubenesque, August 11, 2008 at 12:31 pm Link to this comment
We’ll be playing with fire if we allow this incendiary demagogue to be elected!
By GW=MCHammered, August 11, 2008 at 8:34 am Link to this comment
Yeah, but McCain’s eyes are crossed. Does that count like fingers?
And now McCain pretends to be tough on Russia. ‘Nother yeah right!
“Georgia serves as a major conduit for oil flowing from Russia and Central Asia to the West.
But Russia, emboldened by windfall profits from oil exports, is showing a resolve to reassert its dominance in a region it has always considered its “near abroad.”“