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    Thanksgiving Eve Open

    Thanksgiving Eve Open

    Happy Thanksgiving Eve.  Here are some things I’ve noticed but have not been able to do separate posts about:

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    StephenMonteith | November 24, 2011 at 2:24 am

    S.E. Cupp is one of the brightest young thinkers in the conservative movement, and I’m not saying that because she applauded Romney’s performance in the debate. She’s appeared on any number of news programs, both conservative and “mainstream”, and her writing has appeared in many conservative newspapers and publications. Even though she’s an atheist, she penned a defense of Christianity called “Losing Our Religion”, which everyone should read, as well as her book “Why You’re Wrong About the Right”. She’s an excellent writer, and brought up a number of fair and important points in the link you provided.

      William A. Jacobson in reply to StephenMonteith. | November 24, 2011 at 7:19 am

      I knew who she was, I was being facetious. Her name calling revealed her to be nothing more than petty, much like Rubin. She didn’t make any substantive points, she just expressed her hatred of Newt. The notion that he has not been aopologetic for his past personal issues or that he has no substance whatsoever and just likes to hear himself talk is a joke on her credibitility. What is it with the Romney supporters in the media, more and more of them seem to substitute name calling for meaningful criticism.

        turfmann in reply to William A. Jacobson. | November 24, 2011 at 8:02 am

        That is because Romney has devolved into a perpetual campaigner for the White House. I can discern no central premise to his efforts other than to capture the prize. He allows strategy to usurp principles – that’s the “Don’t like my principles? Wait, I have others!” aspect to Romney.

        Which is a shame because we know him to be a good man: a good business man, a good family man, a devout man, an extremely intelligent and well educated man. But he seems to have lost sight of the forest for the trees.

        I do not find myself wanting to passionately take up his cause, however, I will vote for him if he is the nominee. There is no possibility that he (or any other American now living) could be worse for the health and well being of this nation than Obama.

        He may just surprise us once he gets into office should he win. To bring an entrepreneur’s spirit to bear upon our seemingly insurmountable problems would be refreshing. It would be a blessing not to have to hear about the efforts of our president every single day in the news, and in the case of the current president, groan in pain at the thrusts of his dagger.

    workingclass artist | November 24, 2011 at 7:07 am

    Happy Thanksgiving

    eaglewingz08 | November 24, 2011 at 8:39 am

    There is now a ten thousand dollar fine for doctors who do not place orders for hospice care in their cancer patients charts. That care noticeably shortens cancer patients survival rates. Not a death panel? Yeah keep believing that.
    Also imagine if any repubs’ court nominees were held by the ABA to be unqualified in these numbers? There would be calls for impeachment echoing in democrat precincts and the pres would be viciouly lampooned by the news and entertainment shows. But tis story will be buried by the libmedia eager to protect their affirmative action pres from criticism.

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