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Thompson: More Surprises in Store
ABCNews ^ | December 17, 2007 | Christine Byun

Posted on 12/18/2007 5:49:35 AM PST by JRochelle

About three months after his initial campaign kick-off, Republican candidate Fred Thompson returned to Iowa with a re-invigorated pitch in his final appeal to the early voting state.

Thompson -- who will spend 15 days in Iowa leading up to the Jan. 3 caucuses -- warned the country is "one successful terrorist plan away from nuclear attack."

Barely pausing to clear his throat, the former Tennessee Senator boomed, "it's not time for on-the-job training," a familiar jab on this year's campaign trail. Thompson believes he has the leadership skills to lead the country in national security issues.

"When the time comes where our worst enemy in the world is sitting across the table thinking about what he can do to the United States of America ... Who do you want sitting across the table representing us?" Thompson asked, a question which staffers say will be one of the campaign's driving themes during his statewide tour.

He also vowed to fight against a "left-wing, big government, high taxing, weak-on-national security Democratic Party."

"We're not going to turn over the keys to the country over to that outfit," Thompson said, accusing the Democrats of "licking its chops ... so they can lead us down the road to a welfare state."

Thompson drew upon his latest debate performance, when he refused to raise his hand in a vote when candidates were asked about climate change.

"How are you going to stand up to the leaders of Iran and North Korea if you can't stand up to an overbearing moderator?" Thompson asked, drawing laughs and applause from the crowd of 75 supporters.

Thompson subtly carved lines of distinction between him and his higher-polling rivals, and used his fresh endorsement from Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa, to pledge his commitment to campaigning in this final push.

"There were some other folks from another campaign standing around the wall, waiting for their guy to be named and he wasn't," Thompson said, alluding to former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney's staff. "They were kind of shocked that I got the endorsement ... But I won't rub it in -- I will just say this: This ain't the last surprise you're gonna get, folks."


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To: JRochelle

Wrong. He is in third place.”

Source?


51 posted on 12/18/2007 6:57:07 AM PST by ConservativeDude
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To: JRochelle

Guilianni — Ack!
Romney — Oh no!
Huckabee — Don’t joke around!
McCain — Coo Coo!
Paul — Coo Coo Too!

Which leaves: Thompson, Hunter and Tancredo.


52 posted on 12/18/2007 6:59:43 AM PST by Greg F (Duncan Hunter is a good man.)
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To: 2nd amendment mama
Why is it that the Freepers who never trust what the MSM has to say about anything are the same ones who believe everythng that the MSM has to say about Fred being lazy, needing to get some fire, blah, blah, blah?

Thank you for saying that! The MSM does not like Fred!
53 posted on 12/18/2007 7:01:15 AM PST by TexanByBirth (Vote Democrat - It's easier than thinking!)
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To: ClearCase_guy

Hunter is, intellectually speaking, also my first choice. But he never seems to get more than about 2% of the polls. I can’t support someone who can’t raise money, can’t get any attention and can’t move up in the polls at all. Fred is the next best thing (and he doesn’t fall short by much at all), so he’s got my vote.

Hunter will make a SUPERB Secretary of Defense in the Thompson Administration, and will nicely complement John Bolton over at State.


54 posted on 12/18/2007 7:02:59 AM PST by Ancesthntr
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To: counterpunch
Did Fred take this opportunity to mention that he was Chairman of the International Security Advisory Board for the Bureau of International Security and Nonproliferation at the State Department?

Do you honestly believe that anyone, outside of policy wonks, are going to even be able to listen to the entire title

International Security Advisory Board for the Bureau of International Security and Nonproliferation

without their eyes glazing over?

ISAB/BISN is even too long for a decent acronym. Most people couldn't give a decent definition of "nonproliferation", much less figure out what it means in that title.

And the fact that "nonproliferation" seems to contain the words "nonprolife" could hurt him amongst the stupider elements of the pro life movement.

And no I'm not kidding. (Ask me how many times I get criticized by otherwise well meaning church members when I tell them one of my hobbies is "medieval philosophy". All they hear is "evil" and "philosophy")

55 posted on 12/18/2007 7:03:09 AM PST by Anitius Severinus Boethius
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To: counterpunch
Or it will go over their head.

That info is in his resume for those who need it. From my understanding of his appearance here in Jackson, that I sadly had to miss despite having access to tickets, he talked up the WOT and the Iranian threat a good amount.

That is Fred’s way, going directly to the people. it worked for two successful Senate runs.

56 posted on 12/18/2007 7:05:16 AM PST by ejonesie22 (In America all people have a right to be wrong, some just exercise it a bit much...)
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To: 2nd amendment mama
I truly believe that the MSM makes disparaging remarks about Fred or ignores him intentionally because they don’t want him to be our nominee. They know that he’ll be harder for the demonRat candidate to beat than any of the so-called frontrunners.

...and right now the MSM is pulling hard for Huckabee. Rudy gets hardly a mention. They clearly think that the Huckster will be more easily disposed of than Rudy. Of course, Rudy will also lose, mainly because he won't be able to energize the Republican base. Fred can and will.

57 posted on 12/18/2007 7:06:21 AM PST by Ancesthntr
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58 posted on 12/18/2007 7:15:26 AM PST by Politicalmom (Huckabee is the GOP's Jimmy Carter. Are you ready for Huck the Schmuck to plunder your pocketbook?)
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To: 2nd amendment mama; ClearCase_guy; ArrogantBustard
Why is it that the Freepers who never trust what the MSM has to say about anything are the same ones who believe everythng that the MSM has to say about Fred being lazy, needing to get some fire, blah, blah, blah? I bet that half of those complaining haven’t been to one of Fred’s campaign stops and haven’t met him in person. If they had, they’d see that Fred is the right man for the job.

Because most of the Freepers who post this kind of drivel really are not sincere.

They are not posting an honest opinion, but something they hope will hurt Fred in the eyes of those who read FreeRepublic and are currently trying to make up their mind about a candidate to support.

They don't care about the truth. They do want to slime somebody they see as a threat to their candidate.
59 posted on 12/18/2007 7:21:24 AM PST by SoConPubbie
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To: ClearCase_guy
Duncan Hunter is still my first choice, but Fred is my second

I second your sentiments. Although both have some faults, they are the closest we can get to conservatism.
60 posted on 12/18/2007 7:25:04 AM PST by gpapa
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To: Utah Binger
Plus it appears he told a couple of whoppers.

Didn't you hear, they stopped selling Whoppers. "Give me a Whopper!!!"

61 posted on 12/18/2007 7:27:02 AM PST by Blue Highway
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To: TexanByBirth
“Why is it that the Freepers who never trust what the MSM has to say about anything are the same ones who believe everything that the MSM has to say about Fred being lazy, needing to get some fire, blah, blah, blah?”

“Thank you for saying that! The MSM does not like Fred!”

That is right. The MSM does not like Fred and do not want to even have to mention his name. The reason is they do not want Fred to be the nominee because he would beat ANY DEM he faces. Not only that, he would help the Republican Party gain control of the House and Senate! The MSM is going to HAVE to mention Fred after January 3rd! GO FRED!

62 posted on 12/18/2007 7:31:31 AM PST by seekthetruth
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To: Ingtar

“I hope one of those surprises is spelled N. R. A.”

Me too! I wonder why the NRA would not endorse during the primary? We certainly know they would endorse “whomever” the Republican nominee is against any DEM nominee. What we need is to see their endorsement NOW among the Republican candidates...BEFORE JAN.3rd! GO FRED!


63 posted on 12/18/2007 7:38:03 AM PST by seekthetruth
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To: ClearCase_guy
But I have never detected energy or enthusiasm from the Thompson team. I think he's trudging toward the finish line, while others are sprinting

The MSM has brainwashed you. You are viewing Thompson thru their prism. Everytime you see him, you think, "no fire in the belly." I guess the MSM could repeatedly mention a hairy mole on Hillary's lip, so that everytime you saw her, you would immediately focus on her lip. Marketing people do it all the time to push their product. It is called branding.

64 posted on 12/18/2007 7:39:09 AM PST by kabar
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To: JRochelle

The NRA will endorse Fred. Bank on it.


65 posted on 12/18/2007 7:40:46 AM PST by rintense (Thompson/Hunter 2008!)
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To: seekthetruth

Once Fred gets the nomination, they’ll have no choice but to talk about him.


66 posted on 12/18/2007 7:40:48 AM PST by RockinRight (Fred Thompson spells gravitas B-A-L-L-S-O-F-S-T-E-E-L.)
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To: RockinRight

Hope you all heard Fred on Laura’s show just a minute ago! Fred answered ALL of Laura’s questions..RIGHT ON! Laura might just come to her senses and realize that Fred IS THE MAN WE NEED IN THE WHITE HOUSE!


67 posted on 12/18/2007 7:51:47 AM PST by seekthetruth
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To: commonguymd; All
Fred is using the Internet to get his message out, he should come on to FreeRepublic occasionally in the coming weeks. GO FRED!

***Some surprises around the corner folks.

Go FRed Go!***

68 posted on 12/18/2007 7:56:21 AM PST by msnpatriot
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To: MrB
Yes, some of the surprises will include that Fred doesn’t believe the federal government has the power to codify the social conservative agenda.

Hardly a surprise, considering he's stated that repeatedly. Fortunately, if we stripped the United States Code down to it's bare bones, 99.9% of the statutes eliminated would be liberal items. Federalism is the moral enemy of liberalism.

69 posted on 12/18/2007 8:03:06 AM PST by Texas Federalist (Fred Thompson - The only true conservative in the race)
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To: seekthetruth
“We certainly know they would endorse “whomever” the Republican nominee is against any DEM nominee. What we need is to see their endorsement NOW among the Republican candidates...BEFORE JAN.3rd! GO FRED!”

No, the NRA didn’t endorse anyone in 92 or 96. There wasn’t a Republican nominee they could support. As you know, we lost.

The NRA would NEVER endorse Romney or Rooty, ever!

They would lose half their membership in one day.

That is the reason they cited that they may have to endorse a candidate in the primary season. They know that we could get stuck with an anti-gun nominee, and we would lose.

No Republican can win a national election ( POTUS ) without gun-issue voters and NRA support.

Before the RATS went nuts and adopted an anti-gun agenda they had a lock on the south and much of the midwest.
It wasn’t that long ago.

The “Reagan Democrats” was a term that was used for the Michigan/ Midwest union voters that switched over to Republican. The gun issue was the largest reason for that.

Huge chunks of swing voters decide based on that single issue, gun rights. Anti-gun Republicans can’t win.

Rooty and Romney supporters can cry and whine, stamp their little feet, until they are blue in the face but it wont change that FACT!

70 posted on 12/18/2007 8:23:13 AM PST by Beagle8U (FreeRepublic -- One stop shopping ....... Its the Conservative Super WalMart for news .)
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To: SoConPubbie

Absolutely. It’s really funny because when I use another candidate’s record against them (Huck/Mitt) I’m accused of “smearing”......LOL They’re like the liberals they claim to detest.


71 posted on 12/18/2007 8:37:36 AM PST by 2nd amendment mama ( www.2asisters.org | Self defense is a basic human right!)
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To: JRochelle

Fred is on the Laura Ingraham show now


72 posted on 12/18/2007 8:43:55 AM PST by mylife (The Roar Of The Masses Could Be Farts)
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To: LibLieSlayer
Actually, I am one of the few lemmings on FR that doesn’t hang onto Rush’s every word. I am a self thinker.

If you really knew what you were talking about, you would know that I am not committed to any candidate yet.

73 posted on 12/18/2007 8:52:55 AM PST by Coldwater Creek
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To: RinaseaofDs

I just happen to agree on all of your issues!


74 posted on 12/18/2007 8:54:08 AM PST by Coldwater Creek
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To: Texas Federalist
Federalism is the moral enemy of liberalism.

And its "mortal" enemy as well. Your version is just as applicable, however.

75 posted on 12/18/2007 9:07:16 AM PST by MrB (You can't reason people out of a position that they didn't use reason to get into in the first place)
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To: LibLieSlayer
I am not one of Rush’s lemmings, just to clarify.
76 posted on 12/18/2007 9:10:33 AM PST by Coldwater Creek
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To: All

>
Fox just reported that Jack Kingston will endorse Romney today....I’m surprised..
>>

Just looked this guy up.

7 term Congressman from the 1st District in Georgia. Significant votes here:

http://projects.washingtonpost.com/congress/members/k000220/key-votes/

Staunch conservative Republican. Strong votes on the War on Terror. Joined other GOP Congressmen in introducing bills to reform earmark process.

Born in Bryan, TX. Spent most of his life in Athens, GA.
Degree in Economics from the Univ of GA. Strong pro-Life positions.

His Wikipedia entry is already updated to show endorsement of Governor Mitt Romney Dec 18, 2007. That was fast.


77 posted on 12/18/2007 9:22:34 AM PST by Owen
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To: rintense; All

“The NRA will endorse Fred. Bank on it.”

That would be great!


78 posted on 12/18/2007 9:41:01 AM PST by Rick_Michael (The Anti-Federalists failed....so will the Anti-Frederalists)
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To: Coldwater Creek

Rush has done more for Conservatism than anyone else this side of Reagan. He has a track record of being accurate to 98.7%. I am certain that he pales when compared to a brilliant independent thinker like yourself.

LLS


79 posted on 12/18/2007 9:43:07 AM PST by LibLieSlayer (Support America, Kill terrorists, Destroy dims and vote Fred!)
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To: RinaseaofDs
Anyone expecting perfection from any person we elect has set themselves up for big disappointment. I know going in that there will times that I will be at odds with Fred’s opinions or actions. I simply believe that, as a presidential package, he is the best conservative choice and that we have a good chance of him still being the same flawed but decent and principled man after the election.

I’m convinced Fred Thompson loves our country and I’m convinced he is not seeking the Presidency out of a lust for power, fame, or money. These are difficult times and we have no idea what the nation and the next President will face, but I would be more confident with Fred Thompson in charge than any other front runner on either side. I hope others come to the same conclusion before they cast their votes.

As for surprises, I’m with Fred. I think there are more good ones to come.

80 posted on 12/18/2007 9:50:25 AM PST by Route66 (America's Main Street - - - Fred D. Thompson / Consistent Conservative...The One with Gravitas)
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To: Coldwater Creek

Anybody would.

There is not a 100 percent hard-core conservative that could win a general election. We can have center-right presidents, but that is about it.

Thus, anybody we elect could have some nasty surprises in store for us. But, I think Fred would have fewer of them.


81 posted on 12/18/2007 9:57:55 AM PST by rwfromkansas
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To: Route66

I haven’t agreed with many of the things that President Bush has done or communicated in the last seven years, but do I thank God every day that he’s the President?

You bet. Can you imagine the world at this point with Kerry in charge? Or Gore?

Please.

On balance, W is going to be hailed as the guy that finally stood up again to the naked aggression of a radical, global cult - much the way Churchill did in facing the Nazi cult.

They’ll also look back and say what a remarkable job he did sheparding the economy through a very volatile period.

There will be other things he’ll likely not be widely toasted for as well, but I think 20 years will have to pass before anyone can say at this point.


82 posted on 12/18/2007 10:02:30 AM PST by RinaseaofDs
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To: All

But how is thompson going to overcome Huckabee’s “more christian than thou” campaign attack. Iowa appears to be suseptible to tossing their votes away on the nearest evangelical. (see Pat Robertson) which will mean squat in the rest of the primary.

If that is the case then Iowa is truly an irrelevant race.


83 posted on 12/18/2007 10:07:51 AM PST by longtermmemmory (VOTE! http://www.senate.gov and http://www.house.gov)
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To: LibLieSlayer

LOL!


84 posted on 12/18/2007 10:08:36 AM PST by Coldwater Creek
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To: incredulous joe

steady Freddy has similarities to Teddy...Roosevelt.


85 posted on 12/18/2007 10:13:12 AM PST by fabian
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To: G.Mason
Kind of like the NFL. You want to peak at just the right time.

Looks like Detroit followed hillary's peaking plan, started out 6-2 and are now 6-8, peaked too soon or the season was 8 games too long.

The Lions and the UAW are looking backward to the 50's.

86 posted on 12/18/2007 10:30:37 AM PST by USS Alaska (Nuke the terrorist savages - In Honor of Standing Wolf)
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To: Flintlock
Thompson/Hunter—that’s my ticket

I'd donate money and then work my butt off for that pairing.

87 posted on 12/18/2007 10:32:42 AM PST by USS Alaska (Nuke the terrorist savages - In Honor of Standing Wolf)
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To: fabian

“steady Freddy has similarities to Teddy...Roosevelt.”

Such as?

I get mixed messages on the Bull Moose legacy, especially when they compare McCain to Teddy. It’s not all flattering.


88 posted on 12/18/2007 11:04:25 AM PST by incredulous joe ("Alan Keyes is my homeboy!")
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To: seekthetruth; TexanByBirth

Add to that the fact that most reporters are not from the south, and therefore have the traditional northern bias of “southern accent, deduct 40 IQ points”.

I believe it speaks more of the anti-southern bias that we keep hearing “lazy” “late” “no fire” etc. They can’t really say “stupid” because of all the positions he has published, and the things he has accomplished, so they go to the next tier of nonsense.

I was raised in the north, then moved south, bringing my biases with me. It took me years to get used to the way they do things here.... heck, it took me years to be able to understand them speak! Now that I am part of the culture I understand that “slow and steady and calm” does not mean “dim and lazy and stupid”.


89 posted on 12/18/2007 11:15:17 AM PST by Grammy
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To: USS Alaska
At least a few of us get it.


Excellent analogy. Perhaps Detroit was too "lazy", or too "disengaged", or too "bored", or too "flaccid", and too "tired".


Think I'm going to enjoy the Thompson Presidency. ;)

90 posted on 12/18/2007 11:59:48 AM PST by G.Mason (And what is intelligence if not the craft of out-thinking our adversaries?)
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To: Ingtar
I hope one of those surprises is spelled N. R. A.

True. Since 60% of the Iowa Republicans are undecided or willing to change their vote Fred doesn't need to unleash all his "weapons" at once. He appears to be releasing info slowly as to build up to a ground swell in the final week. This will keep him off the radar of the Liberal MSM and the liberal RINOs with all the cash.

I pray it works.

91 posted on 12/18/2007 12:04:12 PM PST by for-q-clinton (If at first you don't succeed keep on sucking until you do succeed)
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To: MrB
... Fred doesn’t believe the federal government has the power to codify the social conservative agenda.

This has to do with his core principal of federalism - Article I, Section 8 powers only for the feds, all others to the states per the 10th.

Yep. God bless him and bring him to the White House! That's my American president.

92 posted on 12/18/2007 3:39:27 PM PST by Finny (There are many enemies in our work. One of them is envy. -- A British naval officer)
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To: Grammy

This endorsement by Rep.King of Iowa was great! GO FRED!

http://www.fred08.com/Virtual/kingandoswald.aspx


93 posted on 12/18/2007 3:39:42 PM PST by seekthetruth
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To: Anitius Severinus Boethius
And the fact that "nonproliferation" seems to contain the words "nonprolife" could hurt him amongst the stupider elements of the pro life movement.

And no I'm not kidding. (Ask me how many times I get criticized by otherwise well meaning church members when I tell them one of my hobbies is "medieval philosophy". All they hear is "evil" and "philosophy")\

As a true believer in the power of language, I really get that. Wow! Good catch!!!

94 posted on 12/18/2007 3:46:14 PM PST by Finny (There are many enemies in our work. One of them is envy. -- A British naval officer)
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To: JRochelle

It would sure be nice if Ronnie came back from his reward long enough to endorse Duncan Hunter.


95 posted on 12/18/2007 3:48:34 PM PST by Fitzcarraldo
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To: kabar
Marketing people do it all the time to push their product. It is called branding.

It's also called "power of suggestion." But I never thought of it that way until your brilliant post!

96 posted on 12/18/2007 3:49:14 PM PST by Finny (There are many enemies in our work. One of them is envy. -- A British naval officer)
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To: Texas Federalist
Federalism is the moral enemy of liberalism.

Oh, maaa-aaa-aaaan!! That's worthy of a tagline! Beautiful!

97 posted on 12/18/2007 3:51:12 PM PST by Finny (There are many enemies in our work. One of them is envy. -- A British naval officer)
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To: JRochelle

I was wondering the same thing. Who is he and why is he important?


98 posted on 12/18/2007 3:53:52 PM PST by MamaB
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To: Grammy
Now that I am part of the culture I understand that “slow and steady and calm” does not mean “dim and lazy and stupid”.

An off-topic anecdote: In a Florida grocery store where I shopped weekly, there was a very fat, homely, sedate, amiable black lady checker who spoke with such a heavy Southern accent that I had to pretend to understand and laugh at about 60 percent of her pleasantries. She never moved more than a few inches at a time; she conveyed the image of a contented sloth. But it wasn't long before I learned to look for her and get in her line if things were busy. She checked groceries much faster than anyone there. I finally learned her secret when I asked her about it: While the other person was paying up, she'd figured a way to start tallying certain items she'd memorized in the lineup of groceries next on the conveyor belt; by the time the it started moving again, she'd already checked half of the next customer's the groceries.

That lady taught me a lot about the power of perception!

99 posted on 12/18/2007 4:05:12 PM PST by Finny (There are many enemies in our work. One of them is envy. -- A British naval officer)
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To: Coldwater Creek

I am glad that I made you smile. Have a Merry Christmas!

LLS


100 posted on 12/18/2007 5:08:08 PM PST by LibLieSlayer (Support America, Kill terrorists, Destroy dims and vote Fred!)
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