[Homestead] McCain's planes (long)
lurine at softcom.net
Sun Oct 12 02:38:13 EDT 2008
And, perhaps, I stopped on Ms. Whine after I read her thesis.
As to the AIG, ah so? What do you know abou them? What the Dems have put
out? You do realise that they aren't a bunch of wingnuts sitting out in the
woods with a bunker of weapons, don't you? You do know that they are duly
recognized political party?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Marie McHarry" <mmcharry at gmail.com>
> I'm surprised at you Lynda. As a woman who always does her homework, I
> would have thought you'd have checked to be sure. But, it's a simple
> name to spell and you got it right.
***Yupe, you bet I do. What I don't do is spelling <g> And the homework
begins with the beginning. Delphi Technique. Much easier to spell <g>
> If you're going to go by degrees of connection, I'm not far from Bill
> Ayers myself. When I lived in Chicago, I was good friends with a woman
> whose husband was a first cousin of Mr. Ayers. I found this out when
> Ayers came back to town, and she made some comment about it. I gather
> since that time he's become something of a bigwig in education reform,
> so I'm sure many politicians know him personally and have sat on
> boards with him.
***Which would put you 3 to 4 degrees removed. Teflon and Ayers are good
buds beginning with Daddy Ayers, Terrorist Ayers and wifey the brains behind
terrorists acts Dohrn-Ayers. Puts your degrees a tad bit further away.
AND, I know everyone thinks if they keep repeating it with the implications
of "you my [batting eyelashes] silly people, he *only* sat on boards just
like a whole bunch of other people" it will make it true but that just ain't
the case. He was personally asked by Ayers to not only sit on the board but
to chair the board, to help write the by-laws AND to disperse the $50 mill!
AND, asked by Dohrn to sit on another board w/Ayers.
> But as long as we're talking about associations, what about Sarah
> Palin's long association with members of the Alaska Independence
> Party? I can only imagine how you'd be howling if Michelle Obama had
> once been a member of the Black Panthers. And you do know that this
> spring she recorded a speech for their party convention, don't you?
***O.K., so a politician knows and/or is married to a member of a duly
recognized political party. Other than the hysteria on television, do you
know anything about AIG? As to Ms. "I've never been proud to be an
American," I've read her whiney thesis, that says plenty about her. And,
please, can we compare apples to apples. Comparing a "slightly" reformed
terrorist organization to a political party is a bit much.
Lynda, who oft wonders why it is that partician politics people are sooooo
bound and determined to believe, all indications to the contrary, that if
you aren't for their boy, then you must be for the other guy.
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