[Homestead] Enjoy the quiet while it lasts...
rayzentz at aim.com
rayzentz at aim.com
Thu Sep 11 18:09:43 EDT 2008
James, you and I are of one mind on this particular point.
Oh! Wait! What's that rushing noise? Oh, crap, it the sound of the
air being sucked into the black hole that was just created! Run!!!!
No, It's too Late! It's Got Me! AAAAAAUUUUAgggghhghghgg...........
From: Clansgian at wmconnect.com
To: homestead at lists.ibiblio.org
Sent: Wed, 10 Sep 2008 7:54 pm
Subject: Re: [Homestead] Enjoy the quiet while it lasts...
> >Do you feel that background is more critical than using a far-right
> religious agenda to select Supreme Court appointees?
Yes. I am no more bothered by the prospects of a far-right Supreme
than I am by a far-left one. If there were the prospects of a
or Libertarian Supreme Court, I might change my mind, but there isn't.
We've tried the right wing approach and also the left wing approach,
we've tried a right winger who spends like a left winger. None of it
much difference. And isn't insanity basically doing the same thing
over but expecting a different result??
I think that a person who has had to get up in the cold wet winter
and go out to work else there's no money in the household is changed
that. Obama still thinks that there's some big mystical pie out there
just needs to be sliced up more equitably. McCain still thinks that as
as there are stocks and dividends abounding somewhere that mystically
translates into food and gasoline. It is because, says I, neigher has
prospect of going to work or having no money.
Obama thinks the fish on his dinner plate came about because there is a
stash of fish somewhere and he's just getting his fair share. McCain
the fish on his dinner plate came to be because there are blips on one
accounts somewhere. But Palin has pulled that fish out of the ocean
better, knows better on a base and gut level and I think this might,
might, keep her from falling altogether for either of the above two
I don't think it would really happen. But it is the only real 'change'
is in the offing.
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