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Posts by Delta-Tango

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  • Bush "Meet the Press" Appearance (York v. Ryan - Live on C-SPAN at Noon Eastern)

    02/09/2004 6:14:49 PM PST · 81 of 82
    Delta-Tango to Seamonster
    It wasn't Live TV, it had been taped yesterday

    Then they should have learned from Nixon and burned the tape. ;)

  • Bush "Meet the Press" Appearance (York v. Ryan - Live on C-SPAN at Noon Eastern)

    02/09/2004 6:01:23 PM PST · 79 of 82
    Delta-Tango to jwalsh07
    We seem to agree on a hell of a lot. Should that scare me, or are we OK? Remember, I'm relatively new here...as a poster.

    DT

    PS: GREAT reply.
  • Bush "Meet the Press" Appearance (York v. Ryan - Live on C-SPAN at Noon Eastern)

    02/09/2004 5:56:13 PM PST · 78 of 82
    Delta-Tango to cubreporter
    he's not the term you used which I know you didn't mean.

    Gee, that was awfully close to a Bushism.

    JUST KIDDING!! ;)

  • Peggy Noonan: Philosophy, Not Policy - Why Bush isn't good at interviews(Bush and Russert on MTP)

    02/09/2004 10:16:48 AM PST · 67 of 98
    Delta-Tango to Fenris6
    As for the personal attacks, Noonan's character has always been above reproach. She's never been a bomb-thrower or character assassin. As a former Reagan speech writer (remember him?) she knows her stuff. If she says Bush came off weak, she's trying to help - not hinder. So listen. Bottom line: if the Bush peeps can't fix their communcation problems, the Republicans will snatch defeat from the jaws of victory in Nov.

    Wow! There are TWO of us on this site who want Bush to win, but don't drink Kool-Aid. I have been trying to make this point as well, and I hope to be out of the hospital next week.

    You realize this IS Free Republic where you are making this point? Tell ya what -- I'll volunteer to start YOUR car in the morning, if you'll start MINE....Oh, forget it Fenris, we both have families to think about. So lets just give up and get in line. Do you want grape or orange flavored?

  • Peggy Noonan: Philosophy, Not Policy - Why Bush isn't good at interviews(Bush and Russert on MTP)

    02/09/2004 10:05:37 AM PST · 60 of 98
    Delta-Tango to Old Sarge
    If you don't like the way the President's speeches are prepared and delivered, then apply for Mrs. James Carville's job, and write them yourself.

    I'm gonna take a wild stab and assume that you are being a bit critical of Noonan. But the law of unintended consequences is making you a wise poster indeed. I'd rather have one Peggy Noonan on staff right now than that room full of "yes men" he has now who put him on Meet the Press unprepared. This is a truly conservative person who knows what she's talking about.

    We have two options between now and November. Listen to wise voices like hers. Or go the old Joe Stalin route and shoot anyone who has the temerity to say the Boss could do a lot better. Besides, the issue here is about putting the President in venues where he is admittedly weak. As incongruous as it may seem, strength truly is the ability to recognize your weaknesses.

  • Peggy Noonan: Philosophy, Not Policy - Why Bush isn't good at interviews(Bush and Russert on MTP)

    02/09/2004 9:53:07 AM PST · 53 of 98
    Delta-Tango to The Wizard
    he was His great honest self

    That is not the issue.

    [he] controlled the interview....

    Quick! Email me the brand of Kool-Aid your drinking, I want to send it to the DNC....

  • Newbie Question

    02/09/2004 9:40:10 AM PST · 17 of 47
    Delta-Tango to Delta-Tango
    CHECK that last post. I'm STILL the new kid on the block...I just sent my rewritten post...TWICE. Back later after I've done my time sitting in the corner.......I'll fill you in on that ritual later..........
  • Newbie Question

    02/09/2004 9:37:02 AM PST · 14 of 47
    Delta-Tango to USCG-RET
    WELCOME! I formally signed on last month after reading it for years....you'll love the lexicon. Like politics, FREEP ain't beanbag. But it is, without a doubt, the most stimulating site on the web. Glad I'm not the new kid on the block anymore! Enjoy it, because you will be a FREEP veteran soon enough. And loving every minute of it!

    PS: My personal favorite is BTTT....back to the top (or thread). You have NO IDEA what my mind conjured about that acronym until the kind soul who used it let me in.
  • Newbie Question

    02/09/2004 9:20:26 AM PST · 10 of 47
    Delta-Tango to USCG-RET
    WELCOME! I formally signed on last month after reading it for years....you'll love the lexicon. Like politics, FREEP ain't beanbag. But it is, without a doubt, the most stimulating site on the web. Glad I'm not the new kid on the block anymore! Enjoy it, because you will be a veteran soon enough. And loving every minute of it!

    PS: My personal favorite is BTTT....back to the thread. You have NO IDEA what my mind conjured about that acronym until a kind soul who used it let me in.
  • Bush "Meet the Press" Appearance (York v. Ryan - Live on C-SPAN at Noon Eastern)

    02/09/2004 9:04:18 AM PST · 74 of 82
    Delta-Tango to cubreporter
    He looked a little on the disheveled side. His collar and shirt did not look crisp and sharp. Maybe it was the end of the day but...

    I believe the correct term is Shanty Irish.

  • Bush "Meet the Press" Appearance (York v. Ryan - Live on C-SPAN at Noon Eastern)

    02/09/2004 9:00:26 AM PST · 73 of 82
    Delta-Tango to montomike
    that is the most important criteria in judging a politician during an interview.

    From your keyboard to the ears of all those undecided voters out there. To me, the most important criteria is to try hard to view it as an undecided rather than a partisan who wants validation -- to try and get a feel for how he comes across in flyover country. Frankly, he came across as insecure and tentative...at least to me. That's not a problem as he already has my vote. But the fact is that both candidates are going after about 20% of the electorate who are toss-ups right now. It is also early. Which is why I want the person who insisted he go on Meet the Press in February assigned to stuffing envelopes in Massachusetts -- where, as they say in medicine, he "can do no further harm."

  • Bush "Meet the Press" Appearance (York v. Ryan - Live on C-SPAN at Noon Eastern)

    02/09/2004 8:46:05 AM PST · 72 of 82
    Delta-Tango to God luvs America
    I just don't know if our President has it in him.

    He has "it" in him -- and then some. What he lacks is the natural communication skills to get it across. What infuriates me is that his staff has access to specialists who do this for a living. It has become a science now. And yet they sent him out to face Russert unprepared. There was absolutely NO excuse for that. I would give anything to have someone like Lee Atwater back. I knew Lee Atwater. And Karl Rove is NO Lee Atwater.

  • Bush "Meet the Press" Appearance (York v. Ryan - Live on C-SPAN at Noon Eastern)

    02/09/2004 8:39:55 AM PST · 71 of 82
    Delta-Tango to Ron in Acreage
    Notice Bushs critics only point out "how" he said what he did and not "what" he said.

    Sadly, that is very important in this day and age. It has been a fact of political life since the first fully TV-influenced Presidential campaign of 1960. It shouldn't have to be that way, but it is reality. The fact that Rove and the staff agreed to such an early appearance is questionable, but that the President was so unprepared is inexcusable. He is not being served well. Hopefully that will change as the campaign moves on. It's nice that the choir is in agreement, but the hard fact is that we have about 20% of the electorate to convice by November. Hopefully with better performances -- and preparation --than we saw Sunday.

  • Bush "Meet the Press" Appearance (York v. Ryan - Live on C-SPAN at Noon Eastern)

    02/09/2004 8:29:29 AM PST · 70 of 82
    Delta-Tango to jwalsh07
    If you feel uncomfortable listening to President Bush, listen to John Kerry.

    First of all, it is that 20% of undecided voters that I don't want to be uncomfortable listening to George Bush. If you read my post all the way through before your knee jerked you would have noticed that I said this one performance will not lose him the election. What the President does NOT need right now are Kool-Aid-drinking "yes men." He was not served well with the decision to appear on Meet the Press, and he came off as indecisive and unprepared. My criticism was with Karl Rove. The President *does* need criticism -- critical can imply an effort to see a thing clearly. If you really care about someone or a cause, you fight to keep it on track. Telling me and other concerned conservatives to "love it or leave it" not only shows a lack of critical thinking about the campaign to come, but shows me the same kind of unnecessary panic I see from Karl Rove and his team. Blind loyalty might be great for a rock star or actor, but I have seen it's toxic unintended consequences ruin many a fine political leader. Hopefully you and I, in our own ways, will get him that next term the country needs. Here's hoping.

  • Bush "Meet the Press" Appearance (York v. Ryan - Live on C-SPAN at Noon Eastern)

    02/08/2004 9:14:11 AM PST · 14 of 82
    Delta-Tango to leadpenny
    It was a mistake to go on. Bush seemed tentative, defensive, and frankly stammered at times. This will not lose him the election, but it was a bad move. Totally unnecessary. Another Rove blunder. It is going to take some good advertising to show the immense amount of baggage that comes with Kerry. He is a total phoney. THAT is where the election will be won. Just show Kerry for what he is. In the meantime, for God's sake, keep Bush OFF live TV!
  • Republicans Against George Bush

    02/07/2004 5:01:43 PM PST · 194 of 234
    Delta-Tango to rcofdayton
    Don't abstain from voting. Vote Libertarian or the American Constitution Party.

    No way I'd *ever* vote Libertarian. Those wing nuts are for open borders! Read their platform, then get ready for some real-life nightmares. ACP is more NeoCon crap, where they view America as a "market." They no doubt LOVE the Bush/Rove amnesty-on-the-installment plan. I sincerely thank you for your concern, and taking the time to post. But I am so bitter and angry with the NeoCon take-over of the GOP that I just want to sit out the Presidential part of the ballot this year. I want to vote in my March California primary in order to give our Congressman David (Open Borders) Drier a scare, and support some other soon-to-be-extinct REAL Republicans. Once that task has been performed I'm staying home and hoping the day that Karl Rove wishes he had never been born will come for his fat a** REAL soon.

  • Did JFK Resign Senate to Run For President?

    02/06/2004 8:17:45 AM PST · 4 of 5
    Delta-Tango to Mike Darancette
    Oh...you meant *THAT* JFK! Please disregard my last post, or as Rosanne Rosannadanna used to say, "Never mind."
  • If George Bush could change one thing about himself it would be... Ideas Needed

    02/05/2004 9:52:56 AM PST · 17 of 22
    Delta-Tango to theophilusscribe
    True, but Christ was not an alcoholic

    That's because he had the good sense to just stick with the Gallo hearty burgundy...it's the wafers that'll kill ya.

  • Did JFK Resign Senate to Run For President?

    02/05/2004 8:47:27 AM PST · 2 of 5
    Delta-Tango to Mike Darancette
    Hey Mike, • JFK resigned his Senate seat on 22 December 1960- which Benjamin A. Smith II (Democrat) had been appointed by Governor Foster Furcolo (Democrat) to fill, 27 December 1960; Mass. law required an election in 1962 and Teddy, as the script called for, won it.

    Hope this helps.

  • If George Bush could change one thing about himself it would be... Ideas Needed

    02/05/2004 8:35:08 AM PST · 13 of 22
    Delta-Tango to thinktwice
    Christ was drinking wine most all of his life.

    Hey, be careful! Mel Gibson *knows* where you live...

  • Republicans Against George Bush

    02/05/2004 7:29:30 AM PST · 187 of 234
    Delta-Tango to MannyP
    Just testing to see if more replies than 180 are possible.

    Gee, I feel so *used* -- and you didn't even have the decency to *ask* me first! ;)

  • HUGH HEWITT: Run That By Me Again?

    02/04/2004 6:02:49 PM PST · 8 of 9
    Delta-Tango to sinkspur
    Oh, Hackworth can say whatever he wants

    No doubt we all will sleep a hell of a lot better knowing we have your approval. God willing, the next generation will find out somehow that people fight and die for that right. As for John Kerry, service to country is not a vaccine from future reprehensible behavior. But when a chicken hawk like Hugh Hewitt calls the most decorated veteran of the Vietnam war a "loser" because he had the temerity to criticize the Bush Administration then we can comment on it as well. Assuming we have the right you just granted Col. Hackworth?

    Oh, forget it. You have unwanted puppies to feed, and I have an old soldier to defend. No doubt the majority of those reading this thread think you are the one with his priorities straight. Now that will NOT make me sleep better, but I wasn't born yesterday either. Send me an address and I will send you lots of IAMS coupons. Friends?

  • HUGH HEWITT: Run That By Me Again?

    02/04/2004 5:36:51 PM PST · 6 of 9
    Delta-Tango to sinkspur
    And he is "incoherent" because you disagree with his positions, or you have an advanced degree that would make you an expert? Again, just curious.

    Let not your heart be troubled, as "real Republicans" will continue to marginalize veterans who have been there and done that.

    Please don't be offended, but instead of adopting puppies I think I will continue to visit my fellow Veterans at my local VA. "Incoherent" or not, by your expert standards [and those of the brave Hugh Hewitt] David Hackworth will continue to exercise his first amendment rights. Will you have the decency to agree that at least he fought the good fight to have that right?

  • HUGH HEWITT: Run That By Me Again?

    02/04/2004 5:04:51 PM PST · 4 of 9
    Delta-Tango to sinkspur
    What is he? 70? It's time for Hackworth to retire, gracefully.

    And on Feb. 6, 1981 when Ronald Reagan turned 70 were you on this board encouraging him to "retire gracefully" from the Presidency? Just curious.

    I do give you an "A" for ignoring the points raised in my post. If they gave silver stars for "heroism in changing the subject" I would not hesitate to submit your name. I mean that in all sincerity. An all-out effort and I salute you!

  • HUGH HEWITT: Run That By Me Again?

    02/04/2004 4:25:34 PM PST · 1 of 9
    Delta-Tango
  • An Open Letter To President Bush From The Common Man

    02/03/2004 6:32:16 PM PST · 51 of 54
    Delta-Tango to Enterprise
    I, like others here, believe President Bush should be a tax cuttin, budget reducing fanatic.

    Oh....you want him to be a REPUBLICAN!

    Well, it's an election year and you'll have to clear that with Karl Rove. Sending pork to the red states, making illegal alien voters feel loved, and giving non-means-tested prescription drugs to seniors comes first, remember? Thanks for the clarification, though.

    Maybe if he's re-elected we can all sign a letter or petition and send it to him, reminding him he's a Republican? Can't hurt, eh?

  • MSNBC's "Imus In The Morning," 2/3/04 (Excerpt from RNC Research w/Sen McCain interview) MUST READ

    02/03/2004 9:33:40 AM PST · 45 of 191
    Delta-Tango to philetus
    is probably going to leave more doubt in some people's minds.

    McCain was trying, but he doesn't have a real answer anymore than the rest of us. The response four years ago was muddled at best, and it never was a dealbreaker but an argument could be made it was a small part of what made it so close. Rove can come up with extra bucks for the NEA, a dingbat amnesty-on-the-installment-plan for illegal aliens, and can't come up with a reasoned and intelligent explanation of that missing year? I thought he was supposed to be some genius type. When all is said and done, it will not win or the lose the election for the GOP this year either. I'd be surpised if it has "legs".... But the way this was handled then and now makes you wonder who the hell is in charge. What the party DOESN'T need this year is a campaign subjected to "death by a thousand cuts."

  • An Open Letter To President Bush From The Common Man

    02/03/2004 9:16:02 AM PST · 5 of 54
    Delta-Tango to Lando Lincoln
    I thought the point about NEA funding was rather well written. But he destroyed his whole argument with all the whining about his job. It would have gotten an A from me, but that crybaby routine brings it down to a C-
  • This horse passport law is an ass

    02/02/2004 4:27:14 PM PST · 3 of 19
    Delta-Tango to Servant of the 9
    FIE on those Limeys -- and the horse they rode in on...
  • Is Bush a Conservative? (Warning – opening this thread forfeits your right to gripe at me!)

    02/02/2004 3:24:40 PM PST · 85 of 232
    Delta-Tango to quidnunc
    – opening this thread forfeits your right to gripe at me!

    Hey, I thought there was a shortage of that vaccine!

  • Is Bush a Conservative? (Warning – opening this thread forfeits your right to gripe at me!)

    02/02/2004 3:18:03 PM PST · 78 of 232
    Delta-Tango to jstolarczyk
    Is Bush a true conservative,

    No, but he plays one on TV.

  • McAuliffe: Dems Will Focus on Bush AWOL Charge

    02/01/2004 8:14:35 AM PST · 52 of 165
    Delta-Tango to Ramcat
    I guess Kerry is McAuliffe's man? Does this mean anything?

    Here's my theory. McAwful got a call from Bubba and said, "Let's end it now and get on with the election." Besides, Kerry is no threat to McAwful. It was no secret that Dean was going to make a major housecleaning at the DNC the day after he got the nomination. However, a funny thing happened to him on the way to Boston.

  • Mourning the Passing of Bob Keeshan

    01/31/2004 10:04:27 AM PST · 8 of 8
    Delta-Tango to yooper
    Vowing to never harm another human and also dedicating the rest of his life to trying to help lead children on the right path in life. He hid the tattoos and his past life away and won our hearts with his quiet wit and charm.

    Hey boys and girls....can you say BS ?

    ;)

  • Open Question to Conservatives

    01/31/2004 9:57:34 AM PST · 17 of 24
    Delta-Tango to All
    Look, I don't have an answer to *any* of this...but do any of you have a light?
  • Thank You FReepers

    01/31/2004 9:53:10 AM PST · 5 of 10
    Delta-Tango to jigsaw
    Chris, you have inspired us, too.

    AMEN! His earlier post featuring "Veterans, Who Do They Think They Are?" was equally inspiring. PLUS he handled the interview with Rush in a classy manner. He gets a "10" from *this* judge.

  • Republicans Against George Bush

    01/31/2004 7:50:52 AM PST · 180 of 234
    Delta-Tango to jstolarczyk
    Kerry now leads Bush by 1 point in the Rassmussen 3 day tracking Poll

    Yeah, I guess the election's over!

  • Kerry now calling Bush a Deserter

    01/31/2004 7:47:42 AM PST · 75 of 76
    Delta-Tango to jstolarczyk
    What are you anyway a English teacher?

    "a english teacher" is poor grammar. To be correct you should use "an," not "a," with words which begin with a vowel. No, I am not an English teacher, but "my response invovled initiative in seeking out the answer" so you win the argument. Game, set, and match. Congratulations! ;)

  • Kerry now calling Bush a Deserter

    01/30/2004 2:31:15 PM PST · 73 of 76
    Delta-Tango to jstolarczyk
    And my response invovled initiative in seeking out the answer, Bush's military record has been responded to, not by him directly but by others including the National Guard, those facts have been available on the net on various sites for the last four years. Since you are not sleeping well, surf a bit, you may find them.

    Tell you what I'll do. I will get invovled in surfing more, if you will get into that Websters of yours and tell me what casterates means. Perhaps you were just doing a Bush imitation in order to lighten the mood of our exchanges?

  • Olbermann Rues Wasteful “Destruction” of Soldiers, Wilson’s Wife

    01/30/2004 12:37:23 PM PST · 10 of 10
    Delta-Tango to mombonn
    appearing opposite o'blowhard

    What a *great* (and accurate) description! This is one of the best posts I have seen in awhile...thanks for the most theraputic laugh I've had in a year.

  • Kerry now calling Bush a Deserter

    01/30/2004 10:33:52 AM PST · 71 of 76
    Delta-Tango to jstolarczyk
    If you look at the ORIGINAL post I made that spurred you to reply, I said it was not out of line to ask the Commander-in-Chief to clarify this issue. What got you off on certain "facts" about Kerry, and other non sequiturs only you can determine.

    Asking questions of our leaders, no matter what letter is after their name, is not out of line. Except, it seems, to you. Hopefully you are as willing to listen to questions raised as well as opinions on this site? After raising my question I had a very intelligent, civil, and reasonable answer to it. Seems the site did it's job, if you ask me. Had I taken your original advice, I never would have asked it. Give me an open exchange of ideas, questions, and challenges any day. You may find some of it disconcerting to your political belief system, but this nation has survived the process well over 200-plus years, and Jim Robinson's wonderful site here as survived people like me asking questions for almost eight years.

  • Republicans Against George Bush

    01/30/2004 8:42:33 AM PST · 170 of 234
    Delta-Tango to jstolarczyk
    But we won't have a deficit, unless Teddy Kennedy writes the new Medicare reform bill.

    Well, Bush did let him write the Education bill.

    the Koyto treaty will be ratified and companies will relocate to India and China

    My friend, the job hemorrhaging is going on NOW. And you lectured me about "facts" in an earlier post? Since 2001, America has lost 3.1 million private-sector jobs.  Long-term unemployment is at its highest level in a decade. Where have all the jobs gone? Overseas, in many cases. In addition to cutting jobs to increase profitability, companies are looking overseas to save money in labor costs.

    and we lose the Senate which casterates the House

    In your post you almost accuse me of having "such high standardards for conservatives." I submit to you that by allowing those standards to be diluted that it is, indeed, the Republican Party that has been, in your word, casterated.

  • Kerry now calling Bush a Deserter

    01/30/2004 8:15:34 AM PST · 69 of 76
    Delta-Tango to jstolarczyk
    Opinions are fine and should be aired

    Whew! I'm glad I have your approval. I didn't sleep last night. But if you recall, my point dealt specifically with the right to question.

    just base them on FACTS

    This also gets back to my initital question. These facts are cleared through whom before we air a question or comment?

  • Olbermann Rues Wasteful “Destruction” of Soldiers, Wilson’s Wife

    01/29/2004 5:16:42 PM PST · 3 of 10
    Delta-Tango to FlyLow
    Those of us from Southern California who had to suffer "KO" could tell you stories about this egomaniac that would curl your hair....suffice to say, he ain't here anymore, and he has about, what, SIX viewers of his MSNBC show?

    Couldn't happen to a nicer AS*H**E
  • Kerry now calling Bush a Deserter

    01/29/2004 5:08:12 PM PST · 67 of 76
    Delta-Tango to cyncooper
    And hopefully you can pull it off again

    Oopsie Your mask slipped.

    ---------------------

    Bush Budget Raises Cost of Medicare Jan 29, 2:06 PM (ET) (AP) - President Bush's new budget will project that the just-enacted prescription drug program and Medicare overhaul will cost one-third more than previously estimated and will predict a deficit exceeding $500 billion for this year, congressional aides said Thursday. Instead of a $400 billion 10-year price tag, Bush's 2005 budget will estimate the Medicare bill's cost at about $540 billion, said aides who spoke on condition of anonymity.

    Hey Cin, Now *THIS* is an OOPSIE!!!!!

  • History of Evolution Part One

    01/29/2004 3:38:53 PM PST · 2 of 11
    Delta-Tango to Cowgirl
    This is all very interesting, but where the hell did Karl Rove come from?
  • Nasa confirms water on Mars

    01/29/2004 3:34:47 PM PST · 17 of 17
    Delta-Tango to ambrose
    Ambrose, you are in BIG trouble. Check the rules! You CAN'T post info like this until you clear it with Art Bell.

    Right now you are probably on Double Secret Probation....

    Be more careful next time.....
  • Veterans, Who Do They Think They Are?

    01/29/2004 3:30:26 PM PST · 10 of 33
    Delta-Tango to writer33
    Writer33, in MY book you are Writer #1. You made my day. This is appreciated more than you know.

    -- former sergeant, US Air Force
    377th Combat Support Group
    Tan Son Nhut Air Base, Vietnam
  • Do Freepers "abandoning" bush serve a Purpose?

    01/29/2004 2:10:26 PM PST · 33 of 101
    Delta-Tango to wadeintothem
    The issue of illegal immigration is not only an economic one, especially in my state, but a key national security issue. Bush and his sycophant Rove have blown it.

    I'm not voting this November. Until these NeoCons get a defeat -- or an electoral scare -- they will not listen to us. Just keep on giving us that smirk of theirs when they say, "where else ya gonna go?"
  • Kerry now calling Bush a Deserter

    01/29/2004 1:05:19 PM PST · 66 of 76
    Delta-Tango to jstolarczyk
    The internet gives us access to unprecentended access to facts as well as BS

    Agreed. And would you agree that a lot of people who enjoy participating in, say, the MoveOn site think this site has a lot of BS on it? And vice versa?

    it is incumbent on us to seperate the two before we speak.

    I get very leery when I hear and see words like that. It is incumbent that we are always free to ask questions. About anyone or anything -- especially regardless of some party affiliation or position. If you have a problem with the questions I raised, for example, or more importantly the tenor of my questions, then your problem is with the First Amendment, not me.

    By the way, in your ideal world, who decides whether I did my separating to your satisfaction? You?

  • Kerry now calling Bush a Deserter

    01/28/2004 7:44:17 AM PST · 56 of 76
    Delta-Tango to GigaDittos
    Mega dittos! Well said, well written, well reasoned.