We Need Some Heroes

Posted Tuesday, June 1, 2010, at 12:30 PM
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  • Wow, 14 comments, and 13 of them full throttled attacks. But it's the same attack over and over again, Sam's an idiot, a con-bot, "W" did this and that, Conservatives are dumb, Christians are stupid, Obama is god. Getting a little old and quite frankly, very boring.

    Here's an idea, bring something new to the debate, oh let's see, how about liberalism being superior to Conservatism, and explain why, if you can. See if you can do it without the name calling. See if it can be done in more than 1 glancing sentence at a time. I have my doubts!

    -- Posted by Chunky Peanut Butter on Tue, Jun 1, 2010, at 10:15 PM
  • Sam,

    Remove your head before you suffocate.

    GHW BUSH did not attend one Arlington ceremony.

    Reagan attended about half.

    So far Pres. Obama is even with your diety, Reagan.

    Combat veteran Harry Truman attended most.

    As did Jimmy Carter.

    Clinton did most.

    DubYah strutted across a carrier deck in that pressure suit, closed the Chicago VA hospital, budgteted Iraq veterans to live in squalor at Walter Reed, almost within sight of the White House.

    Obama attended Memorial services in Chicago.

    He was not at the Crawford Ranch, or up at the family estate in Maine, or at the ranch above Santa Barbara.

    He was in Louisiana Friday and on Wednesday issued some rather hard-nosed orders for BP to start paying for the cleanup of their mess.

    Bush and his racing FEMA director visited New Orleans and started writing checks to those tood ol' boys at Halliburton and KBR.

    That was the taxpayer's introduction to NO-BID contracts for oil patch buddies. Don't you feel generous, Sam. $2-Billion at least, possibly $3-Billion for some shoddy levy work

    Well, at least, unlike in Iraq -- at least they did not electrocute as many people.

    -- Posted by HerndonHank on Thu, Jun 3, 2010, at 5:36 AM
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