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  • If any GOP Presidential candidate is not considered "polarizing", we should run from them quickly

    01/06/2011 3:59:05 PM PST · by se_ohio_young_conservative · 19 replies
    Sorry for the vanity. I hold back as much as possible until something is driving me nuts. We hear talk of Sarah Palin and others being "too polarizing". But here is a question I ask. Would you want to vote for a candidate that wasn't called polarizing by the media ? Would you want to vote for a candidate that Jon Stewart and Saturday Night Live would not make fun of. I remember when Mike Huckabee was interviewing Oliver Stone. How in the hell does a conservative get an interview with Oliver Stone ? Since then I have been thinking...
  • What was the dumbest reason?

    11/18/2008 5:30:37 PM PST · by Blind Eye Jones · 91 replies · 1,549+ views
    vanity | Blind Eye Jones
    What was the dumbest reason you've heard people give to vote for Obama? Mine came from a 70-year male old who said, "I like the way he speaks. He sounds like Jack Kennedy."
  • Vanity: Message to the Forum on Election Eve

    11/03/2008 8:14:11 PM PST · by Chet 99 · 14 replies · 508+ views
    Vanity
    Vanity: Message to the Forum on Election Eve Dear Forum - With the election finally upon us tomorrow, there are number of things to consider: 1. The national polls These polls are all over the place, many outside the margin of error from one another. This is very unusual, as polls typically converge within a point of one another by election day. Regardless of the outcome, some polling firms will end up having been VERY WRONG. Throughout the past weeks, myself and others have dissected these polls and found their ridiculous assumptions and oversampling of Democrats to be wanting, to...
  • A few predictions for Tomorrow (vanity)

    11/03/2008 8:28:45 PM PST · by NoobRep · 30 replies · 1,215+ views
    self
    Here's what is almost guaranteed to happen tomorrow. Just remember, you heard it here first. By about 8AM, the creeps will highlight lawsuits being filed by the ACLU, Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton etc pointing out "massive" voter intimidation and possible Republican rigging of voting machines. The MSM will tell us all day about the unprecedented number of voters showing up to vote for Obambi. They will use BS exit polls to say Obama is way out in front and McCain looks to be in huge trouble. They will try and call this election very early for Obama and will then...
  • We Meet Tomorrow At Dawn (Vanity)

    11/03/2008 6:43:52 AM PST · by downwdims · 26 replies · 690+ views
    FreeRepublic ^ | 11-3-08 | Vanity
    Another Worthless Vanity I know.. I work Nights, so I'll wake up, Download the Rush Podcast, and then Listen to it. I finish work up at 6:30 am Cst, so plenty of time to get to the Polls. One of my favorite things Rush does is the Tomorrow we meet at Dawn bit. None of the polls matter, none of the pundits mean sht, lie to the exist polsters, the real test is the Fight at the ballot box.You get out there and make the other poor b-stard lose the election! Like the Great One says, We have Men and...
  • Friends don't let friends...Persuading Dems to vote McCain

    11/01/2008 8:04:56 AM PDT · by tsomer · 10 replies · 610+ views
    tsomer
    We all know more than a few-- Dems who support 0. Reasoning makes them stubborn. Warning them angers, begging reassures them. But, there may yet be a way to breech the walls. Try this: "So you're voting for Obama?" "Oh yes, (blah blah blah)." "Well, he might win. That's too bad for Hillary." "Why so? " "Well you know, if Obama wins he'll probably get two terms, and then the pendulum will swing back. Or he might get booted after one, it's going to be a rough four years no matter who is in there. If Obama's fixed the economy,...
  • hANNITY IS JUST CRUSHING OBAMA

    10/29/2008 6:19:33 PM PDT · by DrHannibalLecter · 76 replies · 6,447+ views
    vanity
    WOW. Hannity is soo pissed tonight. lol. i'm glad he is just tearing down Obambi!
  • What is up with Fox News?

    10/22/2008 5:34:14 PM PDT · by mapmaker77 · 57 replies · 1,926+ views
    I Made This Up. | 22OCT'08 | mapmaker77
    I gave up on network news channels back in the '80s. I enjoyed CNN at the start and thought that they did a credible job for several years. They really pi$$ed me off during the '94 campaign when their political guru Bob Franken called the Republican agenda,(the contract for America), The contract on America. That was pure political propaganda. It has gotten much worse since then.
  • Rush just nailed it!

    10/16/2008 10:19:23 AM PDT · by jagusafr · 51 replies · 2,287+ views
    Vanity | jagusafr
    Rush just said Todd Palin and Joe the Plumber are what's right with America. Amen!
  • LEGAL MINDS, PLEASE READ! Should we join the Berg lawsuit re: Obama's citizenship status?

    10/16/2008 10:18:05 AM PDT · by MississippiMan · 51 replies · 1,880+ views
    My Inquiring Mind | 10/16/2008 | MississippiMan
    Folks, a couple different citizens have now filed to join Berg's federal lawsuit challenging Obama's presidential eligibility. Question: Would it be helpful for dozens/hundreds of citizens to file to join Berg's lawsuit? Can it be turned into a class action? Is it possible? My thinking is that such a move might generate and urgency, and MIGHT even force the MSM to cover it if enough citizens become involved. Thoughts? MM
  • Rush SLAMS FOXNEWS debate comments

    10/16/2008 9:20:51 AM PDT · by BornToBeAmerican · 218 replies · 6,435+ views
    Rush is LIVID! and rightly so. He is slaming commentators for last nights shameful portrayal of John McCains debate. Rush said that McCain delivered everything that "they" wanted, yet they turn on him. Go Rush. Well Done John!!!
  • How much can plumbers earn? (vanity)

    10/16/2008 8:53:21 AM PDT · by reaganaut1 · 157 replies · 5,804+ views
    October 16, 2008 | me
    How much can a good, hard-working plumber earn in a year? I have no idea. Maybe some Freepers do. What are some other unglamorous jobs, that don't require a college degree, that pay well?
  • This MSNBC online poll explains it all

    10/15/2008 9:55:59 PM PDT · by rtsimon · 26 replies · 1,904+ views
    MSNBC ^ | 10/16/2008 | rtsimon
    This poll on MSNBC explains to me why McCain always loses these after-debate polls. Notice how many people voted for Obama. But more importantly look how many people voted for MCCain compared to not voting for another choice. Explains it all to me. I hope it explains things for others as well.
  • Joe-the-Plumber just flushed Obama's chances to be President down the drain, fixed McCain's clog

    10/15/2008 9:51:26 PM PDT · by steve0 · 55 replies · 2,970+ views
    Campaign jingle: Joe-the-Plummer that's the name, He just sent Obama's chances down the drain. Joe: Here, Hero McCain fix'd that for ya. McCain: Are you the Joe, Sarah was talking about?
  • Fox News Debate Analysis Sucks! (Vanity)

    10/15/2008 9:22:20 PM PDT · by bcatwilly · 109 replies · 2,248+ views
    10/16/08 | bcatwilly
    Frankly I am really disgusted with the horrible analysis by the Fox News "round table" of pundits. 1. They set McCain up before he ever debates by assuming that he is down by some large amount, which isn't true in all of the polls. So therefore he needs a "knockout", which who the heck knows what that is. 2. If these idiots were actually truly following this race and providing good analysis they should have said that while McCain did not score a "knockout" he should have both pleased his base and possibly opened some new attack fronts with the...
  • (Vanity) Enough with the Negativity Already!

    10/04/2008 5:57:46 AM PDT · by xDGx · 78 replies · 1,175+ views
    A 10 year old computer and slightly older author | 10-4-08 | xDGx
    A month to go and we are playing into their hands, and not without a little help. One of the idiosyncracies of FR is the News thread titles are required to be the actual article titles. Hence I'm putting this in News, because this is where the problem lies. If anyone was to sample the article titles covering the election, they would find them to be overwhelmingly negative with respect to Senator McCain and Governor Palin. Just take a quick mental sampling of what we have seen recently - and how often a "Barf Alert" or the like needs to...
  • McCain's New Ad "Week" is WEAK!

    10/01/2008 8:44:18 PM PDT · by McCainMyHero · 13 replies · 450+ views
    I just don't get it! While today I see increasing calls from this space and Rush's space to urge McCain to name names, McCain got a new ad on his website titled "Week" that is weak to say the very least. He said in the ad with a smile "Democrates blamed Republicans, Republicans blamed the Democrates, but we are the United States of America." No sense of urgency, no sense of fight. Wow, maybe this ad will push him over the top! I wrote on his website blog that "The country is in a monumental crisis and people are angry....
  • Oh Look. Another 'Biden is dropping out - Hillary to be the new VP' thread

    09/23/2008 2:10:57 PM PDT · by Responsibility2nd · 9 replies · 114+ views
    Free Republic ^ | 09/23/2008
    I've counted five threads in the last 24 hours speculating on Joe Biden dropping out and Obama naming Hillary Clinton as his new running mate. I've probably missed a few.
  • ZOT! Something in me snapped today

    03/28/2007 4:12:20 PM PDT · by CaptKirk34 · 206 replies · 1,204+ views
    n/a | 3/28/06 | Capt
    Stick a fork in me
  • Why Bother Electing Pro-Gun, Pro-Family Candidates Anywhere? (The Rudophile Philosophy)

    02/10/2007 1:39:11 PM PST · by TitansAFC · 265 replies · 3,631+ views
    Free Republic - TitansAFC ^ | 2-10-07 | TitansAFC
    There is no point to electing Pro-Family, Pro-Life, Pro-Free Speech, Pro-Second Amendment candidates anymore. At least, that's what we're essentially being told by the Rudy Giuliani for President crowd. The candidates themselves have no impact on such issues, we're told, and so we shouldn't take that into consideration when choosing whom to elect. Yes, the Pro-Life, Pro-Family, Pro-Gun, Pro-Free Speech voters should not take their respective issues to the voting booth. They are issues that can be addressed simply by nominating judges. That's all that matters. So we're told. So this is where the Pro-Life, Pro-Family, Pro-Gun, Pro-Free Speech crowd...
  • U.S. NO LONGER REPRESENTS JUSTICE - RULES FOR LITTLE PEOPLE ONLY

    09/03/2006 5:23:24 AM PDT · by MeneMeneTekelUpharsin · 147 replies · 2,628+ views
    Vanity | 3 September 2006
    "Only little people pay taxes." Leona Helmsley said, didn't she? Well, that statement represents reality more than people realize. No, it's not just the taxes that are the issue. The overriding issue making so many people angry these days is the LACK of uniform justice in this country (and the world for that matter). Law after law is passed and who follows those laws? The honest people try. The little people have to. I personally know that in almost all workplaces, people are chafing under oppressive management which sets attendance rules, policy, etc. that the employees are expected to follow...
  • Bush's Disapproval Rating Hits 60 Percent, Worst of Any President! (“You coulda had McCain” thread)

    04/11/2006 8:25:17 AM PDT · by meandog · 304 replies · 6,025+ views
    4/11/06 | POLLS
    President Bush has reached the lowest approval rating of any president as his disapproval rating is averaging almost 60 percent among Americans. Immigration issues, the war in Iraq, rising gasoline prices, a growing dissatisfaction among his base are all said to be factors in the dismal figures.
  • Anti-Semitic Dubai Ports World Boycotts Israel

    02/28/2006 7:35:00 PM PST · by Brian_Baldwin · 74 replies · 1,324+ views
    opinion | 02/28/2006 | brianbaldwin
    It has been stomach-turning to listen to flunkies for Bush such as Rush Limbaugh et all call patriots who want to secure our borders “racist” for being “anti-Arab” regarding the port deal. Who’s the racist? Who the hell do you think you are - you think this is a game? Dubai Ports World is anti-Semitic, bottom line, a bunch of Nazis, and U.S. law prohibits doing business with companies who boycott Israel . The whole story regarding Dubai ports firm enforcing Israel boycott is enough of the facts to be the end of this entire deal, dead “in the water“....
  • Condi is not ready for POTUS (vanity)

    02/02/2006 6:22:22 AM PST · by Wuli · 98 replies · 1,013+ views
    2/2/2006 | wuli
    In reaction to the victory of Hamas in the Palestinian elections, Condoleeza Rice's response was: "She's [Condi] asked her staff to look into that. Why is it that we didn't see this coming?" I am sorry all you Condi supporters, but this is extremely disconcerting. It is completely indicative of someone living in the policy wonk world of the State Department, getting 99.99% of their news and "analysis" from that world and clueless as to what is actually going on. 9/11 was the result of 40 years of that kind of myopic foreign policy thinking. "Didn't see it coming?? Let's...
  • Work at Home Opportunities

    01/30/2006 9:59:26 AM PST · by hsmomx3 · 15 replies · 613+ views
    self
    I am curious to know if any of you have ever done data entry work from your home processing rebates, etc. If you have done this, how is the pay? I thought this might be a good way to have some part time work and be at home with the kids. Thanks!!
  • When are we going to stop this man, seriously!?

    01/05/2006 4:32:58 PM PST · by remuk · 47 replies · 1,589+ views
    Self
    While the world is uncertain about the future of peace process in the Middle-East with Sharon's sever illness, both Palestinians and Israelis are looking for a way of moving the process forward. Ahmadinejad, the hostage taker president wishing for Sharon's death in a public event in a school in Qom saying: "The Butcher has joined his ancestors and others will soon follow …". This is the fifth time in one week he managed to make remarks troubling the world. According to the New York Times article today "Iran also threw negotiations over its nuclear program into disarray today, abruptly canceling...
  • We are conservatives, NOT CRIMINALS!!!

    10/28/2005 7:28:37 AM PDT · by Allen H · 31 replies · 988+ views
    IF there are indictments of Karl Rove or Lewis Rove, or any administration officials for that matter, it will only be further proof of the defeated democrats strategy of wresting control of the Congress and White House from the Republicans. They’ve proven that since they can’t beat Republicans at the ballot box to regain the Congress, they will use the Courts to make legislation with activists Judges, and now they are using the legal system to remove by force important conservatives from both branches of government, using trumped up charges of vague and ambiguous "crimes" to get back control. If...
  • The Laura Bush We Don't Know

    10/25/2005 5:50:18 PM PDT · by CareyRoberts · 166 replies · 3,368+ views
    October 25, 2005 | Carey Roberts
    The First Lady recently weighed in on the faltering support for Supreme Court nominee Harriet Miers. Asked on NBC’s Today show if sexism might be at the root of the criticisms of Miers’ legal qualifications, Mrs. Bush coyly replied, “I think that’s possible.” Excuse me, but somehow that remark struck a nerve. Because every time a woman hits a hiccup in the long march for female emancipation, it seems that someone trots out the specter of knuckle-dragging males trying to send their womenfolk back to the Cuissinart. If male sexism is rampant throughout the hinterlands, then why did the CWA...
  • Google and Yahoo sites down?

    10/20/2005 11:29:47 PM PDT · by Diddle E. Squat · 29 replies · 479+ views
    Google or Yahoo, if I could get there | 10/21/05, I think | Vanna Tee
    Haven't been able to get onto their websites for 15+ minutes, just keeps timing out. FR and most other websites seem to load just fine. Another web dispute cropping up? Anyone else having trouble accessing them?
  • What is it about Mier's Nomination that Weaken's Bush

    10/16/2005 10:47:24 AM PDT · by Westpole · 86 replies · 983+ views
    10/16/2005 | Westpole
    President Bush has blundered badly with the nomination of Harriet Miers. It isn't just the profound split within the Republican Party that is damaging. The presidency itself is weaken because his judgement is now doubted within his own camp. The Democrats always doubted his judgement indeed his intellect. Now the same doubts are being expressed on the right. What is it about this nomination that can so undermine the presidency. The main problem with Ms. Miers' nomination can be summed up simply, she is a "weak sister". People respect bold action even when they don't agree with it. The Democrats...
  • Harriet Miers: Conservatives Can Take a Flying Leap (SATIRE)

    10/14/2005 11:27:43 AM PDT · by writer33 · 156 replies · 1,776+ views
    The National Ledger ^ | 10/14/2005 | Chris Davis
    Washington—Harriet Miers was brazen and defiant, not asking President Bush to withdraw her nomination to the Supreme Court despite sharp criticism from some of Bush’s conservative allies, practically telling conservatives to go take a flying leap. Bush’s bold, religious decision to nominate Miers—his White House counsel and a longtime adviser for the Supreme Court—has divided his supporters, many of whom wanted a nominee with a clear record of understanding of the Constitution, as well as abortion and other lame conservative issues. Miers left no clues to her position on abortion or any basic understanding of Constitutional law when she served...
  • The President Has Betrayed His Base (KATZ: YOU ARE ON THE WAY TO DESTRUCTION)

    10/03/2005 11:16:27 AM PDT · by Frank Katz · 115 replies · 2,831+ views
    10/3/05 | Frank Katz
    Dear Mr. President, I never imagined a day would come when I would disavow a Republican President, but that day is here. With your selection of Harriet Miers today, you have betrayed your word, you have betrayed me and you have betrayed every social conservative who ever worked on your behalf. This was a historic opportunity for you to deliver on your campaign promises and finally give us a nominee in the vein of Antonin Scalia and Clarence Thomas. Instead you fumbled. We know Michael Luttig, Edith Hollan Jones, or Janice Rogers Brown are reliably conservative. We have no such...
  • Read my lips, I’m through defending the President.

    10/03/2005 7:16:12 AM PDT · by Pukin Dog · 209 replies · 2,952+ views
    Anyone reading Free Republic lately knows that I have been a stalwart defender of the President. I think he is a true patriot. However, I cannot defend the man after the nomination of Harriet Miers for the Supreme Court. I have been in discussions with friends in Washington after receiving a phone call early this morning about the news of this nomination, and there is open anger and rebellion among Conservatives this morning and for good reason. I have nothing against Harriet Miers, and I believe she will be a fine Conservative judge. My disappointment stems from the fact that...
  • Anyone have any experience with Private Investigators

    09/26/2005 10:42:37 AM PDT · by hsmomx3 · 170+ views
    self
    I have a very delicate situation and need some info regarding hiring a PI. Please freep mail me and I will explain.
  • Conspiracies abound

    11/12/2001 3:50:09 PM PST · by lawdude · 198 replies · 424+ views
    Self | 11/12/2001 | Lawdude
    After reading a few hundred posts on the FR forum today I can only say, FR has turned into a "Conspiracy Theory Haven". People have been posting the most OUTLANDISH comments with absolutely nothing to support them except that a "Government Spokesman" has denied them. I guess that denial is proof in the world of the cynic who is unable to look at information and sift fact from conjecture.I don't know what caused the crash today. I know for certain I DON'T have enough factual information to even form a reasonable opinion. (Note: the key word is REASONABLE!) I look ...
  • Slow and Boring News Day

    07/14/2005 10:34:25 AM PDT · by Responsibility1st · 104 replies · 1,247+ views
    today | me
    William Rehnquist hasn't died yet (or resigned). Rove is still taking heat about Wilson's wife. Hitlery has her panties in a wad about GTA. Just not a lot of news today, so I thought I would surf the net. Defectiveyeti.com has an entertaining post titled "Don't Look Down". I took the Squirrelly to the pediatric dentist yesterday. The receptionist was a girl in her mid 20's wearing a push-up bra and an unconscionably low-cut top. She remained seated as she reviewed the papers I had to fill out so I had to look down at her, except when she would...
  • How I Want to Hear President Bush Announce His Supreme Court Nominees

    07/13/2005 6:50:43 PM PDT · by John Robertson · 72 replies · 1,913+ views
    Self | July 13, 2005 | JohnRobertson
    Before I announce the distinguished nominees I am recommending for the United States Supreme Court, I want to say something. When Justice O’Conner resigned, it was like a switch was thrown: Endless voices cut loose, with loud commentary and warnings of what would happen if I sent up the “wrong person” for our highest court. Voices from the press—voices from all across the political spectrum. You’d better do this, you’d better not do that. I was warned about appointing an “extremist”—in the most extreme terms. To coin a phrase: One citizen’s extremist is another citizen’s “centrist.” But all the folks...
  • USA Mass Transit next

    07/12/2005 8:00:39 PM PDT · by michwm · 34 replies · 675+ views
    07-12-2005 | Me
    As I have witnessed the last terror event, this overall picture came to my mind and I am sure a few others of us too.1993 WTC bombed, damage and death but no collapse. Then the bombings in Africa..more damage, collapse and death, effective. 9-11 the colmination of the past 2 "practices". 2004 Madrid trains above ground bombing effective but could there be more? London July 2005, bombing mostly below ground. Somewhat effective but still not "there". Were they trying for the collapse of downtown London?
  • London Attacks, Diploma Mills And News Media Negligence

    07/08/2005 9:34:43 AM PDT · by GunnyBob · 10 replies · 729+ views
    It had been quiet–too quiet–for a while. As anyone who has spent many years in the military, special operations and counterterrorism field will tell you, when you get the feeling that it has been just too quiet for just too long, it means something bad is in the works. Thing is, with so target-rich an environment and with our decentralized enemy being in 90 countries or so, when your instinct is telling you something bad is afoot, sometimes you just can’t tell where an attack is about to take place. What good would it have done for me to state...
  • Gonzales Non; Janice Brown, Si. Comprehende, Jorge?

    07/06/2005 10:09:25 PM PDT · by churchillbuff · 36 replies · 719+ views
    Churchillbuff
    Gonzales is bad on race preferences; bad on property rights; bad on illegal immigration; bad on life issues; bad on gun rights. Please someone, tell me what qualifies him to be a Republican Supreme Court nominee? If his last name were Kadidlehopper, or Smith, would anybody be talking about this mediocrity?Give us a winner, not a loser Mr. President - - - you have so many true stars to choose from - starting with Janice Rogers Brown, and from there, names like Garza, Luttig, McConnell, Owen, the list is endless. With good choices in abundance, there's no excuse for picking...
  • Your Best Memories of a Rock Concert (vanity)

    06/28/2005 3:16:46 PM PDT · by pissant · 515 replies · 3,528+ views
    Few Remaining Brain Cells | 6/28/05 | Pissant
    Many Freepers grew up in what they considered to be the golden age of Rock concerts. Of course, it may have had more to do with the fact that we were young and fanatical about the music in our youth. These days, ‘ol Pissant prefers the Seattle Symphony Orchestra, Military Band music and Jazz, but I have some very fond memories of the craziness of my Rock concert yesteryears. I’m quite sure many of you have some concert stories that rival and surpass mine. So this thread is the place to share! Following are 2 concert experiences that left a...
  • Will President Bush select a pro-"choice" judicial nominee? Gonzales on short list? (scarry)

    06/19/2005 8:37:21 AM PDT · by Sun · 67 replies · 731+ views
    I just heard on WABC radio news that the candidates that President Bush is considering as U.S. Supreme Court nominees are John Roberts, J. Michael Luttig and possibly Attorney General Alberto R. Gonzales. Alberto Gonzeles is not pro-life, which worries me.
  • GEORGE BUSH MAY GO DOWN AS THE WORST PREZ IN HISTORY or ...

    05/25/2005 12:12:22 PM PDT · by Bob Ireland · 492 replies · 9,391+ views
    Editorial | May 25, 2005 | Bob Ireland
    GEORGE BUSH MAY GO DOWN AS THE WORST PREZ IN HISTORY or WHY IT IS IMPOSSIBLE TO BE A REPUBLICAN TODAY President George Bush has not distinguished himself by fighting for his judicial nominees. Indeed, the way he treated Miguel Estrada, he is arguably worse than the Democrats in the Senate. Now seven Senators have made a deal to run the Senate, and they claim that it would be best for the President to get in his Presidential Yugo and drive down to the Senate Building carrying his hat in his hand to get his judicial nominees pre-approved. If President...
  • The Terri Schiavo Case: Flat Lining Liberal Arguments By N. Beaujon

    05/09/2005 10:01:16 AM PDT · by WJHII · 6 replies · 413+ views
    www.nbeaujon.com ^ | 05/09/2005 | N. Beaujon
    The Terri Schiavo Case: Flat Lining Liberal Arguments By N. Beaujon May 9, 2005 Terri Schiavo did not die when the Florida Courts and Judge Greer killed her by starvation-dehydration. Her issues are still alive- as much as liberals would like to see them aborted. When arguing the Terri Schiavo murder the typical liberal response is a petulant: “All of the courts found for the husband” or “All of the courts that reviewed the case agreed.” Suddenly liberals have never heard of the “Innocence Project”, their cause d'celbre Mumia Abu-Jamal or the ACLU. This may be the first case when...
  • Rule of Law requires Jeb Bush to Sweep aside Greer's offending Motions in the Terri Schiavo case.

    03/26/2005 9:14:59 AM PST · by Harry Jones · 61 replies · 914+ views
    Constitution
    The governor shall take care that the laws be faithfully executed(Fla Const art1 sec1a) Judge Greer has ordered Jeb Bush to not follow the Laws of FLA. (See Notice of Filing Case No. 2D05-1455 (3/24/2005) at http://www.state.fl.us/cf_web/ ) Bush can not follow the judges order and the Laws of Florida simultaniously. He by definition is iether breaking law or the order. The Rule of Law requires Jeb Bush to Sweep aside the offending Motions through clemency in the Terri Schiavo case. Only then can he obey his oath. Judge Greer can not require Bush to break his oath to the...
  • Governor Bush's Rescue Detachment Cut Off? [Curious vanity]

    03/27/2005 3:38:50 AM PST · by Arthur Wildfire! March · 112 replies · 1,630+ views
    It was reported on the Sean Hannity Show [Good Friday] that Governor Jeb Bush did, in fact, send police to rescue Terry, but the courts cut off the rescue effort, due to legal maneuvering by Greer. If so, the police authorities in Florida may have been ordered to not listen to the governor when it comes to rescuing Terri. Has Governor Bush's power been hijacked in this case? Has Governor Bush, in fact, done all he possibly can?
  • My patience has run out.

    03/26/2005 3:41:51 PM PST · by Rca2000 · 57 replies · 1,312+ views
    3-26-05 | Rca2000
    I dont know about all of you, BUT, I a fed up, with the double-standard of the left. FROM NOW ON, I will have a harsh response, for those pleading for money, support, etc, TO SAVE ANIMALS, TREES, OR FISH, or for the civil rights of TERORISTS, KILLERS, AND ALIENS. After the way most of this country(according to polls) abandoned Terri Schiavo, allowing that demon-filled husband, and the other demons in the Florida legislature, to KILL her, I WILL NOT SUPPORT ANY OF THEIR ANIMAL RIGHTS CAUSES!! the left, and EVERYONE, need to know that PEOPLE, especially AMERICANS, are more...
  • ***Where Is Our Hero?***

    03/26/2005 12:23:31 PM PST · by The Wizard · 46 replies · 880+ views
    Stardate: 0503.26
    Where is he, or she or they? Where are they..... Everything in every film or TV show I have seen for 50 years always has the American Hero, the one who bucks the tide and LEADS us to new heights....Of Course it will break new ground, but my fellow Americans......That's what we do....Where Is Our HeroIn America in 2005, we don't starve people to death, for anyone...not spouse, preatcher or senator.....This is America, and We as a people better not allow this woman to be put down when others, on their own will take her.....I say the solution is:Give her...
  • Texas Longhorn

    02/11/2005 7:18:12 AM PST · by ILL · 235 replies · 3,864+ views
    mine ^ | February 11, 2005 | Ilija Pavlovich PhD
    Texas longhorn If you ever have to “grab a bull by the horns” try a Texas longhorn. Considering that my first post was critical of SF Chronicle's depiction of USMC General Mattis – but somehow got into a vanity section – I wouldn’t be surprised that this too gets reclassified the same way. According to some members here, I invited the Wrath of Gods upon myself on account of: a) being new – not knowing the ropes b) having posted a vanity as my first article c) me being a pink, pro-communist, liberal threat to security of the United States...
  • Can We Win A Politically Correct War On Terror?

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