Skip to comments.Still Waiting
Posted on 02/02/2007 3:49:53 AM PST by 8mmMauser
I don't know about anyone else, but I am still waiting for Michael Schiavo to make a correction on his blog about what "actually" took place in Colorado when he went there (to the debate) to supposedly ask Congresswoman Musgrave one question and she and her staff supposedly tried to have him removed. He called it, "My unreal night in Colorado - with radio link" (Thu Oct 26, 2006 at 08:05:14 PM PST). I'll say (from what I read) that it was his "unreal night".
As I said before in "Standing up and Admitting a Mistake: Not Schiavo's Style?", if four uniformed officers were around my seat, I would have some idea of what was going on. I certainly wouldn't be sitting in "duh mode" to only be told later of what took place right there around me, as Michael suggests he was. If Michael's account is realistic -- his response and reaction is not. Nor is his response appropriate now that he has "learned" what he was "allegedly told" is not what took place. One would think if he can't get the words out that he was mistaken, he could at least have removed the inaccurate entry from his blog.
He has done neither.
I'm also still waiting to read about, "Also, maybe tomorrow I'll post about my election-eve rally with Bill Clinton in Florida." (A real election impact by Michael Schiavo, Thu Nov 09, 2006 at 10:40:34 AM PST). Indeed, I would love to read that story by Michael, since I read it was not possible. Not if he was implying it was the Bill Clinton that is the former President of the United States. Will be interesting to see what he says about that if he ever does.
If Michael couldn't get it straight what happened at the Musgrave debate or even if he spent election-eve with former President Bill Clinton -- do you suppose he might have gotten Terri Schiavo's wishes mixed-up as well? (He does claim to have a bad memory from what I read.) Makes one wonder. At least makes me wonder. Whatever...
I'm still waiting for the corrections if not the explanations!
Carrie Hutchens is a former law enforcement officer and a freelance writer who is active in fighting against the death culture movement and the injustices within the judicial and law enforcement systems.
Oh, go eat your tunafish casserole.
Real Americans use REAL mayonnaise on their burgers -- Hellmann's. What do you use, Miracle Whip?
I don't, but it's delicious. Mayonnaise is how you turn potatoes into potato salad, after all.
The only mayonaise I will have is Hellmann's, Miracle Whip is some sort of lab-produced condiment.
I don't eat tunafish out of a can. Though I do eat fresh tuna several times a month.
Yet another food that REAL AMERICAN MEN generally don't eat! Potatoes can be baked (in which case they should be loaded up with REAL butter, REAL sour cream and if you like cheese and bacon), mashed (again with REAL butter and hopefully gravy), French fried, home fried for breakfast, or out of the Lay's bag!
In Wisconsin, one of the hamburger chains serves its burgers on butter buns. I suppose you are against butter buns, too. I suppose you eat fishburgers!!
Nah, I like butter.
Shut up and eat your mahi mahi.
>> Potatoes can be baked (in which case they should be loaded up with REAL butter, REAL sour cream and if you like cheese and bacon), mashed (again with REAL butter and hopefully gravy), French fried, home fried for breakfast, or out of the Lay's bag!
Ah! Now you are talking the talk!
By the way, do you know who NEVER ate mayonnaise on their burgers? Nazis, that's who.
What do you think the problem with Fred Thompson is? I would personally prefer Hunter or Brownback, but Thompson obviously has more name recognition.
Because they hated the French!
I don't put mayo on my fries, and don't let fries contaminate my mayo. I use enough mayo to hold the patty in place but not enough so it squirts out when I bite. Mayo comes in various qualities, almost like coffee and homemade mayo is wonderful, especially on lobsta, as in lobsta rolls.
We do have a Mayo clinic in Dover Foxcroft, (Maine) though.
Ketchup is weird. I don't trust it.
Oh, dear, you must be a prodigious sinner to repent so hard. I will keep you in my thoughts every time I cheat on my diet.
Aha! There is our presidential candidate -- Rick Santorum. I hear he's looking for a job anyway.
If he doesn't turn up his nose at mayo on his greaseburgers, he gets my vote.
I like the part about real butter, use it in huge quantities on baked potatoes. Wife whips up potatoes with real and heavy cream and I dump plenty of butter on top of it, just to make sure. That and a very rare steak or venison steak and salad are all that is needed.
Yeah, that's how Americans are supposed to eat!
Wh- en I wok -e u -p t- his mo- rnin -g.
Mais oui! J'aime moutarde vraisment.
Here you can get either the classic bright yellow or the more suave Grey Poupon. Don't just mustard your sandwich, Poupon it.
Thanks alot! Now it is stuck in my ear.
I'm partial to Kosciusko mustard.
I think he is insulting the official Florida state pie.
Yay! YOU run for president.
But what kind of lime? That is key.
>>I'm partial to Kosciusko mustard.
I've never tasted it but I can pronounce it.
Think Law and Order candidate as opposed to Peterson
But of course. That's "Best Foods" for you in Rio Linda.
I'm lost. Who Peterson? Scott? Is Arnold Schwartzenegger running? (Never mind that he's ineligible. Who's going to tell him so in person?)
I saw that :-)
Pretty good credentials. Actors are smarter than Democrats unless, of course, they are Democrats.
Let me try to dope this some more. CSI Las Vegas is a television program. Are we good so far?
(JHReport) Confirming what many other national conservative sources have been saying for months, the James Hartline Report has now uncovered new evidence which indicates that the pro-life "make-over" of GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney is nothing more than a cover for an extremely radical and liberal philosophy.
Interesting. Thanks for the ping.
Thompson also played the Navy captain in "Hunt for Red October" which despite the presense of Alex Baldwin was a better movie than "Bedtime for Bonzo."
The last actor we elected POTUS worked out just fine.
The Hunt for Red October was a winner -- most thanks of all to Tom Clancy. Baldwin performed well. (I do not mind liberals being actors. Would we ever get to eat a cheeseburger if liberals were doing the burger flipping? :-) )
I have never watched an episode of Law and Order, the Sopranos (except for a few minutes), CSI Las Vegas or (gulp) 24! Oh, I will someday. Probably. Hey, I missed The Sound of Music until this century. One of these days, if a rerun of Seinfeld is on, I'll take a peek as I walk by. And then keep walking.
He was OK but I sure didn't like his wife Hillary.
"Law and Order" is a pretty good show. But you're right, a lot of people don't know the name Fred Thompson, but they recognize him when they see a picture.
I'm sure that Miracle Whip is a staple in Arkansas trailer parks.
While the Schindler family fought to keep Terri, I entertained too many people who spoke about the separation of powers and that no court or executive should have been told anything by any legislature during Terri Schiavos demise. While I knew how and why disagreed in this case, I could sincerely understand the position these companions took. I entertained fools, or at least foolishness.
This weekend, between remembering Terri and hearing Mitt Romneys comments on Sunday, I could see perhaps the demise of both constitutional balance and a presidential campaign. Mitt Romney said that he thinks it's probably best to leave these kinds of matters in the hands of the courts. I generally think that it's not a good idea for courts to legislate. Nor is it a great idea for legislatures to adjudicate in a specific circumstance. I had heard this before.
Mitt Romney and all my friends who have argued on his side are not only wrong in this case, but their thinking could sink a fair presidential candidate.
Here is a thread introducing him by Ultra Sonic 007:
Big news to all supporters of Duncan Hunter; we have a big announcement.
Duncan Hunter's son, Sam Hunter, has been in contact with Freeper Kevmo and has agreed to be the ambassador of the Hunter campaign to Free Republic.
Let's give Mr. Hunter a warm welcome!
His FR username is "Duncan Hunter Ambassador".
Let's make it feel like home for him!
Wagglebee, I suspect the real numbers have crept up as well, although under the surface of visibility. I suspect this cloud on permissiveness masks a larger number of times the doctors and medical help sort of let people slip quietly away proactively or benignly, when otherwise it would have been noticed.
Salem, OR (LifeNews.com) -- The number of Oregon residents using the state's assisted suicide law to kill themselves is on the rise. New figures from the state's health department show more people in Oregon died under the assisted suicide law in 2006 than any year previously.
The Department of Human Services of Oregon, in its annual report, reveals that 46 Oregonians, most of them suffering from cancer, kill themselves after getting a prescription for a lethal amount of drugs from their physician.
The first thing the Rudyites did was start crying to him that FReepers were saying mean things about Rudy's liberalism. It sounded like stuff an eight year old would say about their siblings.
Think of the wonderful service Candidate Rudy did to our FreeRepublic! His candidacy has outed a whole gaggle of closet liberals who otherwise would not have been recognized, many who hid and sniped safely from the shadows before. Now they are out in the open for all to see. They just couldn't help themselves.
Now they have been rudied. And, with their exposure comes the irrelevance they have earned.
Hey, just because YOU didn't figure it out before, it doesn't mean the rest of us were fooled! :-)
And, with their exposure comes the irrelevance they have earned.
Or they could just LEAVE (voluntarily or otherwise).
I will have you know I am not half as myopic as they say.
I was just pretending.
Always the politician!