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To: bossmechanic

Hurry up and wait time.

Thanks, this is the exact impressions I get when I look at the big picture, we should welcome this inauguration as if it truly was christ coming back from the dead, because at that very stage everything changes, the hobbles are flung aside and the horses will run then.

From a view of the best interest of America we must give them their drug fix so to speak, and while they are sleeping of the euphoria of success and in your face comments to the conservatives the legal clockwork will start its explorable countdown.

Obama may have won the Kentucky Derby but his remaining days will be just public stud service.

49 posted on 01/12/2009 11:11:39 PM PST by Eye of Unk (How strangely will the Tools of a Tyrant pervert the plain Meaning of Words! SA)
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To: Eye of Unk

Well, I hope we aren’t both wrong. And I like your Derby analogy.

Certainly I can’t see what’s coming but I can do two things...

1. Encourage each family I know to simply prepare like in tornado status - most families aren’t and should be..
2. Educate our friends, coworkers, and kids as to what the constitution and law really means.

I have never cared about people color or other folks religions - until- obviously, some religions want the death of Christians or, indeed, anything but muslim.
Real awakening-kinda like WHAT THE HECK ARE YOU THINGIN’
sort of revelation.
And to your other point...
Yup - Ya can “let” the horses run or,
the horses will run anyway.
I kinda prefer the wild ones myself.
But I got corraled and so should mr obamakentuckyderby. And I would match my stud service against his in a heart beat.

55 posted on 01/12/2009 11:37:36 PM PST by bossmechanic (If all else fails, hit it with a hammer)
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