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  • on a comment on Barack Obama Ad Live Thread over 5 years ago

    "McCain will give Corporate Tax breaks yes"

    Yes, the same Bush policy for the last 8 years which has produced the most severe financial crisis since the Great Depression.

    McCain needs to answer that one. Maybe he can suspend his campaign again to work on an answer. You know how well it worked out the last time he did that.

  • comment on a post Barack Obama Ad Live Thread over 5 years ago

    "This thing was, in my mind, flawless."

    Yes, it was Todd. Beautiful, human, moving, inspiring, and most importantly I think, it made clear that Obama's focus is on everyday Real Americans. He articulated his policies to help meet our needs masterfully. As a by-product, the petty, negative campaign McCain and Palin are conducting stands in stark, wanting contrast. A +++++++++++++++

  • I'm getting addicted to your diaries Bob, thanks :)

    Obama's presentation tonight sounds very promising indeed. I can't wait!

  • on a comment on Joe The Plumber Loses Fox News over 5 years ago

    Totally agree. Dosen't  "a vote for Obama is a vote for the death to Israel" remind you of a certain "mushroom cloud" scenario Bush described in a speech he made 7 years ago? Really sad how Republicans have so slipped their moorings that the only way they can win anymore is by turning anyone who will listen into a cowering wimp.

  • Very welcome news. I live in Florida and wanted to crawl under a rock in 2000. Good on Crist for making an intelligent decision, regardless of motivation or party affiliation.

  • comment on a post BREAKING: FL Governor EXTENDS Early Voting Hours over 5 years ago

    I'm a Floridian and this is wonderful news. Crist may be a Republican, but he's not a Bush and it shows. Jeb certainly wouldn't have done anything to facilitate voting in his state with it trending toward the Democratic candidate.

  • Totally agree. The base loves Palin, but the middle dosen't at all. You don't win elections without the middle.

  • comment on a post John McCain Calls For Ted Stevens' Resignation over 5 years ago

    The tendency of Republican senators to refuse to step down regardless of their wrong doing can only serve to help Democrats in down ballot races. Time for change.

    Which reminds me, I wonder if there's video footage of the standing ovation Republican senators gave to Sen. David Vitter upon his return to the Senate floor? You may recall his diaper wearing romps with a hooker. If McCain was among those who stood for him that day, wouldn't it make a devastating closing week campaign ad <evil grin>

  • comment on a post About That Tightening over 5 years ago

    If there is some tightening occurring, I attribute it mostly to Republicans doing what they do best - reverting to running a lowest common denominator campaign aimed at frightening people into voting for them. This morning, MSNBC showed the Rev. Wright campaign ad that's being aired on TV this week and it's ugly. Obama booking a half hour to speak to the nation tomorrow night is a good idea, as a means to counter and correct all the distortions McCain and Palin, et al, are hurling at him, and to make the policies he's proposing crystal clear.

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  • on a comment on Just three months too long for W over 5 years ago

    Thanks for responding. I don't think I'm being unfair at all though. The Bush administration's most notable characteristic has been it's near utter lack moral fiber. They lied and manipulated us into an elective war. And there's the politization of the justice department under Gonzalez. I could go on and on. They ran the government in a highly unethical and illegal, not to mention incompetent, manner. A good number of the Bush administration belong sitting in prison for what they knowingly and willfully engaged in.

  • comment on a post Just three months too long for W over 5 years ago

    Thanks for responding. I don't think I'm being unfair at all though. The Bush administration's most notable characteristic has been it's near utter lack moral fiber. They lied and manipulated us into an elective war. And there's the politization of the justice department under Gonzalez. I could go on and on. They ran the government in a highly unethical and illegal, not to mention incompetent, manner. A good number of the Bush administration belong sitting in prison for what they knowingly and willfully engaged in.

  • comment on a post Starting the last full week before the election... over 5 years ago

    I'm interested in this week in particular too, but have a knot in my stomach that I know won't go away until Obama officially wins this thing. A president McCain after living through 8 years Bush just might be enough to send me over the edge.

  • comment on a post Just three months too long for W over 5 years ago

    Yes, Bush, Cheney, Rove, et al, thought they had it all figured out, they they would be able to walk away from their disasterous policy messes just in time for the next president to get elected and take over, so at the very least they could argue the responsibility is a shared one, thus preserving the potential for a positive Bush 'legacy' ("history will look favorably on us over time").

    Not anymore it won't. I'm not a vengeful person by nature, but I am very pleased that Bush is reaping, and will continue to reap what he's sown, guaranteeing his place in history as a bad example not to be followed for all posterity.

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