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  • 9/11 Vanity - Happy Anniversary To My Wife!

    09/11/2012 8:14:06 AM PDT · by Professional Engineer · 13 replies
    11SEP12 | Professional Engineer
    MY wife and I met in 2003, definitely post-9/11. Being patriots, and not wanting the bad guys to "win", we decided to make this date a happy celebratory one. It will always be a date we will absolutely Never Forget.Our relationship is certainly non-traditional. We met on-line at match.com. I proposed to her right here on FR, in the then current Hobbit Hole thread. I love you sweetheart.
  • SI power broker Molinari says: Not Newt, not ever! (NYers for Romney chair regifts "flip-flopper")

    12/03/2011 1:22:11 PM PST · by presidio9 · 35 replies
    NY Post ^ | December 3, 2011 | CARL CAMPANILE
    Guy Molinari, the Republican power broker and former Staten Island Beep, ripped Newt Gingrich as unfit to be president yesterday — a day before the front-running GOP candidate was set to attend a Tea Party rally in the borough. At least 600 people are expected to pack the Staten Island Hilton Garden Inn today to hear Gingrich speak at a 2 p.m. town-hall meeting. But Molinari, who served with Gingrich in Congress and supports Mitt Romney, rained on the former House speaker’s parade. “God help us if Newt Gingrich is elected president. I won’t vote for him. I love my...
  • Obama Rewrites the Cold War

    07/12/2009 8:34:28 PM PDT · by smoothsailing · 32 replies · 1,376+ views
    Wall Street Journal ^ | 7-13-09 | Liz Cheney
    OPINION JULY 13, 2009 Obama Rewrites the Cold War The President has a duty to stand up to the lies of our enemies. By LIZ CHENEY There are two different versions of the story of the end of the Cold War: the Russian version, and the truth. President Barack Obama endorsed the Russian version in Moscow last week. Speaking to a group of students, our president explained it this way: "The American and Soviet armies were still massed in Europe, trained and ready to fight. The ideological trenches of the last century were roughly in place. Competition in everything from...