Gulf Oil is Obama's Waterloo

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According to a study published by Texas A&M University Press, the four biggest industries in the Gulf of Mexico region are oil, tourism, fishing and shipping. Together, those four industries account for approximately $234 billion in economic activity each year. Now those four industries have been absolutely decimated by the Gulf of Mexico oil spill and will probably not fully recover for years, if not decades. (Source: “U.S. Economic Collapse Top 20 Countdown“)
America is reaping the consequences of the election to the presidency of the United States a community organizer who has never been tested and has no executive experience, having never run anything larger than a senatorial office.
How are you liking the Hope and Change, Obamabots?

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Below are excerpts from a good opinion piece by Peggy Noonan, “He Was Supposed to be Competent,” in the Wall St. Journal, May 29, 2010:

I don’t see how the president’s position and popularity can survive the oil spill. This is his third political disaster in his first 18 months in office. And they were all, as they say, unforced errors, meaning they were shaped by the president’s political judgment and instincts.
There was the tearing and unnecessary war over his health-care proposal and its cost. There was his day-to-day indifference to the views and hopes of the majority of voters regarding illegal immigration. And now the past almost 40 days of dodging and dithering in the face of an environmental calamity. I don’t see how you politically survive this.
The president, in my view, continues to govern in a way that suggests he is chronically detached from the central and immediate concerns of his countrymen. This is a terrible thing to see in a political figure, and a startling thing in one who won so handily and shrewdly in 2008. But he has not, almost from the day he was inaugurated, been in sync with the center. The heart of the country is thinking each day about A, B and C, and he is thinking about X, Y and Z. They’re in one reality, he’s in another.
The American people have spent at least two years worrying that high government spending would, in the end, undo the republic. They saw the dollars gushing night and day, and worried that while everything looked the same on the surface, our position was eroding. They have worried about a border that is in some places functionally and of course illegally open, that it too is gushing night and day with problems that states, cities and towns there cannot solve.
And now we have a videotape metaphor for all the public’s fears: that clip we see every day, on every news show, of the well gushing black oil into the Gulf of Mexico and toward our shore. You actually don’t get deadlier as a metaphor for the moment than that, the monster that lives deep beneath the sea. […]
The original sin in my view is that as soon as the oil rig accident happened the president tried to maintain distance between the gusher and his presidency. He wanted people to associate the disaster with BP and not him. When your most creative thoughts in the middle of a disaster revolve around protecting your position, you are summoning trouble. When you try to dodge ownership of a problem, when you try to hide from responsibility, life will give you ownership and responsibility the hard way. In any case, the strategy was always a little mad. Americans would never think an international petroleum company based in London would worry as much about American shores and wildlife as, say, Americans would. They were never going to blame only BP, or trust it.
I wonder if the president knows what a disaster this is not only for him but for his political assumptions. His philosophy is that it is appropriate for the federal government to occupy a more burly, significant and powerful place in America—confronting its problems of need, injustice, inequality. But in a way, and inevitably, this is always boiled down to a promise: “Trust us here in Washington, we will prove worthy of your trust.” Then the oil spill came and government could not do the job, could not meet the need, in fact seemed faraway and incapable: “We pay so much for the government and it can’t cap an undersea oil well!”
This is what happened with Katrina, and Katrina did at least two big things politically. The first was draw together everything people didn’t like about the Bush administration, everything it didn’t like about two wars and high spending and illegal immigration, and brought those strands into a heavy knot that just sat there, soggily, and came to symbolize Bushism. The second was illustrate that even though the federal government in our time has continually taken on new missions and responsibilities, the more it took on, the less it seemed capable of performing even its most essential jobs. Conservatives got this point—they know it without being told—but liberals and progressives did not. They thought Katrina was the result only of George W. Bush’s incompetence and conservatives’ failure to “believe in government.” But Mr. Obama was supposed to be competent. […]
What continues to fascinate me is Mr. Obama’s standing with Democrats. They don’t love him. Half the party voted for Hillary Clinton, and her people have never fully reconciled themselves to him. But he is what they have. They are invested in him. In time—after the 2010 elections go badly—they are going to start to peel off. The political operative James Carville, the most vocal and influential of the president’s Gulf critics, signaled to Democrats this week that they can start to peel off. He did it through the passion of his denunciations.
The disaster in the Gulf may well spell the political end of the president and his administration, and that is no cause for joy. It’s not good to have a president in this position—weakened, polarizing and lacking broad public support—less than halfway through his term. That it is his fault is no comfort. It is not good for the stability of the world, or its safety, that the leader of “the indispensable nation” be so weakened. I never until the past 10 years understood the almost moral imperative that an American president maintain a high standing in the eyes of his countrymen.

To read all of Noonan’s essay, CLICK HERE.

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0 responses to “Gulf Oil is Obama's Waterloo

  1. What is more astonishing is that even Chris “tingles” Mathews even question “Duh One”
    If “tingles” begins to question you, Obama’s goose is cooked.

  2. I have been waiting for this man’s failure for a while now, suffice it to say the feeling is bitter-sweet. On one hand he is finally getting his due but on the other we all will have to suffer for the stupidity of a few moron voters.

  3. It might even be worse than Watergate… ( judging by E Howard Hunt’s death bed confession and his appearance on the Kennedy assination vids, his admitting that he ran the hit, and then his appearance again in the taking down of Nixon at Watergate, I would say these are all set ups- not to take down presidents, but to take the US and then the world.
    Much like the egg eating snake that unhinges its jaws to swallow eggs hugely larger than its head might do.
    Considering that: there are at least 20 Non GMO seed banks around the world like the one that Bill Gates publisized his involvement in last year in the far north. There are probably also DNA samples of just about every animal…or embryos
    Considering that: the patriots’ “a Countryboy Can Survive” ethos and the potential that exists for hurricanes (HAARP or not) to drop oil and dispersant on the eastern and Central US., which already is happening in Florida I read.
    Considering that this could clobber the oceanic and dependent food chains
    What if: Do you recall the renegade drone ( whose “PROGRAMING [DNA]” was corupted in a colision with an another “alien” probe) on that old episode of Star Trek? It was searching for its creator the “KIRK”. and upon not finding him on a planet would switch to: “STERILIZE! STERILIZE! STERILIZE!
    What if the CORupted DNA introduced into humans by the Nephilim when they saw that the daughters of men were comely (like the drone above- mixed programming) was the real definition of original sin? ( I’m certain it is….but that is MHO)
    IMHO-this NOT about Man.
    It’s about the fallen-fellers — nephelim — those who broke the law about mixing DNA with the Humans we are just being Cohned and Victimized… Blame the vic being one of the “Luciferians” standard tactics…
    What if this was all about the corrupted DNA wiping out the Non corrupted DNA? The Luciferian version of the flood.
    GOOD versus EVIL
    They get to make it all over in Their IMAGE.
    I just read last week that they have created life in the test tube and it is reproducing…..
    PS: What about the Star Trek movie with “KAHN” ( Ricardo Montelban) and the “Genetic Wars”? Remember the lone gunman episode foreshadowing 911?

  4. Not only is he chronically detached from the central and immediate concerns of his countrymen but he is treating our allies this way as well. Witness what he said about Israel defending their commandos – “get all the facts about the raid”. This coming from a man who said the police acted “stupidly” before HE had all the facts. This community organizer is in WAY OVER HIS HEAD.

  5. Actually, ladys and gents; I belong to the church of George Carlin. This meaning I subscribe to neither party , HOWEVER…..
    I think it unwise to wish Obama bad fortune and failure. Regardless of who is in the oval office, our country is in peril on so many fronts, that it is indeed unpatriotic to wish him failure; if he hangs, we all hang.
    The Christian thing to do is to do the right thing for the benefit of all, the partisan fighting should wait.You guys obviously hate Obama for reasons imagined and not. This is your territory, i’m just a guest with a gentle opinion.
    BTW, they ALL use telepromptors (if the text is too much to fit the hand!)

    • You know? This condescension thing you’ve got going isn’t working. You’re one strawman-argument after another.
      If many of Obama’s (also known as the Progressive Left’s) policies fail, America wins. All of our personal success is not tied to his; in fact, even suggesting such a thing illustrates your obvious obedience to him and his. You’re claims of independence are laughable and your affinity for the politics of George Carlin telling.
      So on this day especially, please table your bogus idea of patriotism since it’s likely you have no idea what the word truly means. You may consider yourself a guest, but you’re disposition is pure troll.

    • I don’t see it as unwise to wish bad fortune and failure on this asshat I see it as returning the favor but it’s funny how you stated we should not be taking shots at O-dumbass but could not resist the Sarah Palin shot…stay classy there buddy.
      As for the Teleprompter, your homeboy can’t even take a dump without the TOTUS at least the past CICs (and to his credit Bill Clinton who actually memorized his speeches) can forgo the teleprompter’s usage most of the time, hell I think the TOTUS sees more action with “Duh one” then Michelle.
      I do so love you lefties always bringing up Christianity when it suits you and buddy you’ve come to the wrong place to play that game so I suggest you pick up what’s left of your marbles and go the hell on home and take your fake concern with you.

      • Hey Will, did you know that The Traitor said “uh” 226 times in only 52 minutes during his press conference on 5/27? That’s just brilliant….

    • Our country is in peril on so many fronts BECAUSE of Obama. His policies will do nothing to make America better no how much the Obamabots want to believe that. He will fail but America will not. He is only a blip in our great history and stronger convictions will pervail.

  6. hey anonymouse:
    you must lose a lot of debates.
    You show the kind of bravery and point for point debating skills and tactics of the type of person who’s character guarentees the US will disintegrate into a living hell where all there will be to eat is the bark on the trees.
    the oil spill is NOT an accident.
    Goldman Sachs bet against it ahead of time…
    Barkey’s Biggest election donator
    Goldman Sachs
    It has already done major damage..
    Its only going to get worse
    What has been done in the way of telling it like it is and what has been done to fix it?
    E howard Hunts confession
    and the evidence
    shows that the USof A was conqured by the same secrete society types that tried to hire Marine core Commandant Smedly Butler to run an armed Coup as he testified befor congress…
    when Obama falls
    the USA is rudderless
    (well it has been since Kennedy)
    but now america will have to FACE IT.
    its the USA’s WATERLOO
    And just who do you think is feeding it to ya?
    santa claus?
    If I were to take thorazine I’d wind up lookin like you….
    and I hope that a vetrinarian would put me down if I did.
    put some gulf water on that and place it carefully in a deep blow hole…

    • Dude, I said to take your Thorazine because you sounded like you needed it. That detracts from your argument like nothing else.

  7. There are 30 million evangelicles plus in the USA who are waitin for the second coming.
    which they can’t have untill Isreal is flattened.
    If the USA is not guided out of the current economic and environmental and politival debacles it is mired in by a honorable genius leader in the next couple of episodes….
    ya don’t think if they see the end coming they won’t try to fix the timing
    by making a little glass…
    oh well no more shills on the internet.

  8. community organizer folks,running the country folks!

  9. BKeyser, Please elaborate.
    As a guest, I respect your views.However, I think you are confusing condescention with being polite.
    I am politically neutral; I don’t like many things that happened between 1999 and 2010, didn’t like a lot of stuff that happened in the previous 16 years either.
    I’m on a quest for knowledge, I don’t understand why people harbor such hatred for Palin on one side and Obama on the other. I’m here to discover, not to hurl insults.My affinity for the politics of George Carlin is indeed telling.
    Carlin said “the system threw us overboard 30 bleeping years ago”.
    Well, that’s true. 30 years ago, a guy could make a decent living, afford a decent home, auto, health care, and send his kid to school.
    Now, my wife and I both work and are just scraping by, and our retirement nest egg is gone.
    This DID NOT all happen in the last year.
    There has been a movement by both sides to squeeze the middle class. We are “consumer units” running out of money. Where does that leave us?
    Here’s something for us all to ponder; A scientist wrote that finding water on mars is significant because it will be possible to extract hydrogen from the water for fuel. Meanwhile, back at the ranch, we are drilling for fuel in 5,ooo ft of sea water.
    Thoughts, anyone?

  10. When the Illegal central bank was installed at the turn of the 20th century America was enslaved.
    As was every contry that has a central bank which is privately owned.
    The muslims who don’t bend over for this sysem are currently the ones the colonizers are aimed at.
    The dollar is now worth about a penny aprox. compared the dollar then.
    After Waterloo, Rothschild’s mesengers arrived back in England, lied about Napolean losing, told the Brits he was headed their way, and then the Rothschilds bought britian up for “pennies on the pound”
    They then used Britian to colonize and subjugate the colonial world.
    Now it is Nato and Isreals turn to be the colonizing Bitches of the “luciferian bankers”.
    The American Waterloo happened a long time ago…just waking up to it and noticing it now?
    Thats the American dream I guess.
    Congrates y’all, YOU are the new injuns.
    hope you like the taste.

    • Bones,
      Not only are you a guest here, you are also a new visitor — to a blog with many regulars who date back at least a year and who consider each other friends, if not something of an online family.
      Why do you persist in your sneering sarcastic tone of knowing superiority with words like “Congrates y’all, YOU are the new injuns / hope you like the taste”? Do you not know that:
      1. That is very rude behavior from a guest.
      2. That is very presumptious on your part that we’re all ignorant while you alone are the superior one who knows the truth?
      FYI, I’m familiar with the NWO “theory” you peddle — about the generations-old Illuminati being the puppet masters of the world; that Nephilims (spawn of the misgenation of fallen Angels with human females) once roamed the earth and will return, perhaps soon, aided by their human accomplices on earth (see Illuminati); etc. etc. It’s an interesting and entertaining “theory,” but entirely fails the fundamental scientific principle of falsifiability.
      [Note: For those unfamiliar with this “theory,” the best, i.e., most thoughtful, exemplar is Tom Horn’s Apollyon Rising 2012.]
      So, if you want to remain on Fellowship of Minds, I suggest you do an attitude adjustment and stop lecturing down to us, treating us as morons.

  11. Points taken Eowyn..
    I hope you excuse my reaction to being treated the way you claim I’m treating”Y’all”
    I was lookin for point by point debate which is much less common here then invective.
    I agree this ain’t a comfortable fit…
    I hope you find workable answers before it’s to late…
    have a nice day

    • Bones,
      It is not that your theory is not a “comfortable fit” with Fellowship, as we are open to all discussion. It is your attitude. Drop your sneering superior attitude, and you are MOST welcome here. You will find that the regulars here are genuinely decent people, many of whom are sincere Christians. All, with no exception, are highly intelligent.
      You signed off with the instruction to us “I hope you find workable answers before it’s to late…” I’m not sure what you mean. Fellowship has no answers, workable or unworkable. If you look at our “About” page, you’ll see that this blog’s purpose is to inform conservatives of the important news and events; mobilize conservatives to take back our country; and be a morale booster when we get stressed out and depressed by what’s happening.
      I’m assuming you mean that to have “workable answers” one would have to subscribe to the NWO-Illuminati-Nephilim thesis. May I ask if, by subscribing to that, you now have “workable answers”? If so, please kindly share what those answers are with us ’cause America (and the world) can sure use them. Thank you.

  12. Ok Eowyn,
    thank for opening the door to conciliation here.
    I will apologize for being blunt.
    I’m sorry if I was construed as being insulting.
    that was not my intent.
    Nor is it my intent to take it either.
    Injuns? Im halfnhalf myself…
    I was refering to the statitic published in Canada that if all the treaties signed in good faith by the abouriginals here were legally honoured the total wealth of Canada would have to be used to do it..
    not to mention the bit about residential schools being considered the worst genocide ever committed against children as decreed by amnesty international amoung other international bodies.
    The commision of which was ordained by the Canadian government and the churches involved were paid to do it with tax dollars.
    Is there any point to being Liberal or Conseravative when the vote doesn’t count?
    Trouble shooting a problem accurately is the first step towards a solution.
    I read your Link;
    Generaly I would say it is philosophical, but does it stand in the face of proofs?
    Infamous Quote from Mayer Amschel Rothschild :
    “Give me control of a nation’s money
    and I care not who makes the laws.”
    Quote from Baron Nathan Mayer Rothschild
    “I care not what puppet is placed on
    the throne of England to rule the Empire, …
    The man that controls Britain’s money
    supply controls the British Empire.
    And I control the money supply.”
    “Every time we do something you tell me America will do this and will do that . . . I want to tell you something very clear: Don’t worry about American pressure on Israel. We, the Jewish people, control America, and the Americans know it.” – Israeli Prime Minister, Ariel Sharon, October 3, 2001
    Here are some assasinated presidents who were bumped off for trying to rectifie the situation.
    Here are a bunch of articles detailing convictions for vote fraud in ohio and florida that led to GWB’s ‘apointment’.
    Bush, Rice, Powell, all known to be relatives of the Queen of England I think most presidents have been while most people are not.
    Bush, Kerry members of the same secret society
    which is considered a “SATANIC” one.
    skull and Bones”
    Interesting Historical Quotes… In support of “World Government”
    Dennis Cuddy PhD
    Royal famillies like queen beatrix of the netherlands and the Queen of England who are amoung principle investors in PB
    get there mandate to rule by the
    DIVINE right of kings…
    So, how many children of god would there have to be for all the royal famillies in the world in history to be decendants of god?
    The main Banking Families own all the central banks privately
    They have kept the bailout money….TRILLIONS….Poof!.
    When they were about to be censured in congress a couple weeks ago they dropped the market and when congress wiped out they raised it back up…
    They are front running trades with no auditable record which is totally illegal
    Goldman Sachs made a profit everyday for a month which is impossibe without rigging the markets totally no regulation whatsoever-
    the regulators are mostly ex employees
    These people are all family and they trace thier ancestory right back and they have financial trusts which go right back to Babylon…
    As I have shown this is multi generational so right there I think it kings your Link regarding scientific falibility
    I’m just listening to the radio they are sayng this threatens the eastern sea board with
    they are quoteing testimony of witnesses that indicate it was no accident…
    Goldman sachs bet against this disaster ahead of time
    Dick Cheney got laws past to avoid regulation which made this mess eventual not possible..
    The current gov. has been avoiding responsibility instead of dealing with it full force as was required.
    An awake America might have shut this multi generational plot down….
    Have you every seen the movie
    “Goin South” with Jack Nicholson?
    here is a quote:
    “do you know why you woke up?
    You just had your throat slit, thats why”
    My Solution:
    to each individual
    Drop all preconceived Ideologies
    face the facts straight in the face and
    Time is of the essence here.
    what Am I doin about it?
    I have spent my whole life learning how to get by with nothin…
    goin Native so to speak…
    “those who don’t learn to live together will die together”
    Sorry for the poke with the pointy stick…
    If even one reader of what I say heads up here to Canada or to the remote US in time and with the intent of doin things right, and is welcomed in true britherhood, then alll the effort I have made will be worth it.
    Again I say read Daganawida’s prophesy, he amoung a few others has proven right all along.

  13. Mr. Bones, your condescending attitude continues through your unclear communication skills that cannot be deciphered or understood by us poor Y’all type of folks! My question to you is, “What is your point?” I don’t expect any kind of candid or straightforward response from you, because it is clear to me that you suffer from narcissism due to your continuous condescension to those of us trying so hard to understand you. Clealry, you believe you are superior to us!
    Also, I pray that Obama’s policies fail-his evil agendas fail! You cannot negotiate with evil! Don’t forget that!

  14. My point is the democratic process has been stolen in every country with a privatly owned central bank.
    I was hoping for debate,
    I got this:
    “WTF, man, take your Thorazine!”
    And this:
    “Dude I think you are looking for the Area 51 website…or at least the SCYFI channel”
    and my use of the y’all is offensive?

  15. Danbones,
    You got my attention on one point in particular, USURY.
    Islam forbids usury.
    Usury has all but destroyed our financial system.
    We are all “consumer units”, yet our capacity to consume has been clobbered by debt and tight credit.
    Somebody will now pop up and say I’m a Muslim, no my friends, I subscribe to “the path”.

  16. Will, kindly read my comment again; you missed something.

  17. So now the One is working with James Cameron to solve the spill problem. I hear Jack Dawson was sent down there first but he didn’t survive the ordeal. Fortunately, they’ve got a plan G.

  18. Mr. Bones, it is hard to debate someone when you don’t know what they are talking about because they purposely speak in riddles due to their self-concept of superiority. That’s why people are telling you to take your Thorazine. And, did you honestly mean to be respectful in the context you used, “Ya’ll?” Well, this simple little spiritual warrior is going to take her crippled body and go to bed. See how clear I can be?

  19. Joan:
    One side of my familly is from the deep south,
    decendand from a civil war general who was asked to replace Davis as president of the confederacy, and who refused, in order to do his job as a general.
    He also turned down the offer to be comandant of west point to do his duty for the south.
    I hope you have slept well…
    Thank you.
    That is at the heart of what I am trying to say…
    It is my OPINION, which I tried to illustrate with proofs that:
    The beneficiaries of that usuary have used those profits to buy up the whole political system which has led to the control of the presidency and such things as the oil rig disaster.
    There are reliable scientific forcasters of these catastrophic events.
    The public response to Isreal’s actions in regard to the blockade runners was also forcast in a report that forcast the death of one third of the oceanic food chain this spring.
    Would knowing in advance of these things not be of benefit?
    If you folks don’t think it might be of benefit to look into it then I am in the wrong place.
    Thanks for your time.

    • Bones,
      I actually do read and follow blogs & books that say what you say here, though I read them with a critical eye — as I do with everything I read. Which is to say I do not discount or devalue your comments.
      A modest suggestion to you: It’s both your writing style and the content of your comments. Unlike Joan, I do not believe you’re being deliberately obstruse, though you might want to give some thought as to how to convey your ideas more clearly. The content of your comments is probably not familiar to many Fellowship readers, thus you get puzzled reaction of “sci-fi” and “Thorazine.” Knowing the regulars who made those remarks, I don’t believe they meant it as rude derision; both commenters are intelligent as well as decent men, if you’ll give them a chance.
      Have a good day!

  20. You are most probably accurate in your assesment Eoywin..
    Perhaps I have spent too much time on very combative forums.
    I’ll try to lighten it up alittle.
    Have a good one to you all.

  21. Mr. Bones,
    I made an attempt at reading your long list of conspiracies but honestly, I had difficulty keeping up; there are just too many.
    I know the world is screwed up but I don’t believe it is Dick Cheney’s fault or Bushes fault and I certainly do not believe it is the fault of the Jews.
    We have 535 people running this country and what ever anyone says, they are the law makers. I don’t care who controls the money, the law makers control the country.
    You can concoct any conspiracy theory you wish but you will never convince a conservative that banks and commerce destroyed our country or our money supply.
    You will never convince me that Wall Street or Goldman Sachs made a profit because they are evil entities. They are in the money business and that’s what they do—they make money.
    You seem to think that it is evil to have money…I do not agree with that scenario. this country runs because of big business and while they are not always up front honest–none of us would be working if we didn’t have them.
    The problem with this country today and yesterday is the growth of government and the wild spending condoned by our congress.
    Once we rein in government spending the country will settle down. As long as we allow the Congress of this country–the 535 people in charge to spend, spend, spend, we are heading down the tube, but don’t blame big business for government failure and just because someone is related to the queen does not make them bad or evil.. Jesus was related to a harlot and he still saved us. Try to get off your conspiracy theories and study the real facts.

  22. Mr. Bones, I acknowledge your family heritage in the South-all the more reason to be respectful whilst using Southern terms. Look at your contexts! By the way, I am not from the South, but I respect the South and its wonderful people. Unlike Eowyn, I do believe you have been deliberately obstruse by reading your previous communications. However, I can see by your most recent communication, that you have the capacity for clarity and the desire to actually communicate. I have had a lot of experience listening to attorneys and witnesses who would have a great deal of trouble getting to the point and communicating clearly. After awhile, the attorneys learned the genuine productivity of clarity and being forthright. The goal is to communicate.

  23. Mr. Bones—I find it very hard to believe that you are from the South or have any idea what we are like in Dixie. I am certain that you must be proud of your southern heritage. Y’ALL have a good day. Not just rednecks and ignorant people use that term. Think I’ll go have a bowl of grits now.

  24. Doc’s Wife, Bravo! As I said before, I am not from the South, but living in the South, I am beginning to use the term, “Y’All” and “fixin’ ” because you constantly hear these terms. I would not categorize myself as a redneck, and I would not descrie myself as ignorant. And by the way, I have learned to love grits, especially with cheese in it. When I was asked if I wanted grits, I did not know what it was-then I tried them-delicious! I just mentioned to my husband on Monday, that the men are so much more polite to women here. They say to me, “Yes, ma’m, and no ma’m.” You’ll never hear that in the West. Anyway, Mr. Bones, thank you for your understanding and open communication most recently posted.

  25. Docs Wife:
    I did not say I was from the south..
    My grandfather’s family moved north when he was a child for reasons which have since proved quite valid.
    When you have 90 percent against giving away trillions to the bankers in that “bailout”, and your congress ignores the will of the people, I’d say that that was an enlightened decision.
    I’m not saying anything financially or politically that Ron Paul isn’t saying, and when judged by his voting record it is said he is the only true christian conservative in congress.
    So, what should some one who opposes someone with such a voting record as his call thier political stance?


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