Skip to comments.Word for the Day, Tuesday October 2, 2012
Posted on 10/02/2012 4:56:20 AM PDT by SoothingDave
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Romney prepared at home.
Obumbum takes an entourage to Vegas. Perhaps he’s making up for telling folks to stay away from Vegas his firsst year in office.
Wisconsin is a swing state too. We have at least one 5 diamond resort — The American Club — with several acclaimed golf courses attached. Of course, he wouldn’t want to stay anywhere called “The American Club”, would he?
I’m going to hop on board the chicken noodle soup wagon. It really does help, since it has some good antioxidants in it and a good mix of protein and carbs. Rest up and feel better soon!
The 18th Hole at Blackwolf Run (River Course).
Of course, I should mention that The American Club was developed by the Kohlers — Republicans all. ;^)
looks very nice.
The Boston Globe is supporting her hook line and sinker. There’s a surprise. The Herald is asking about her practicing law without a license, but not sure if it’s got traction.
I dunno. Too many damn liberals here with their hands out.
Romney spent a day or so practicing at the private home of a friend as well. As I recall, McCain used his own estate for the practices. I highly doubt Obama will resist the golf course. The more he golfs the better at this point.
Well, hope you got registered and are voting Brown. Can’t imagine intelligent folks voting for a lying fake women who probably broke the law.
Hope you improve rapidly-it is no fun to be down for the count...
All the places that Obama goes
With all his adoring entourage
Become hustings for his speeches
Whether golf course or garage
Some listeners smile and worship
At his ill-placed feet of clay-
No matter that he may not know
Which state he is in today
It’s all about him-he doesn’t care
What he has to sell or barter
As long as he can avoid the fate
Of that equally feckless Carter...
Really? These are the same people who continually voted for a Senator who killed a staffer.
oh leave it to you to bring up that...unpleasantness.... at chappaquiddick... ; )
haha - good
yeah, but HE was a Kennedy. Can’t compare him to Lie-awatha...oh, nevermind. I can’t say it with a serious face.
1. (before 1872) the temporary platform on which candidates for the British Parliament stood when nominated and from which they addressed the electors.I don't get it.
2. any place from which political campaign speeches are made.
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