Thursday, September 8, 2011

Fairy Tales

There was a debate last night between the perspective Republican candidates for the Presidency of the United States.  I started to watch it , but I declined...I've read enough fiction for the time being.


Anonymous said...

The debates last night was political theater between romney and perry, both talked alot and offered no solutions to the economic and social issues that damn this country.whoever did not watch this did themselves justice.I will watch the jobs speech tonight by Mr.Obama and hope there will be hope , term that was used too loosely in my opinion a few years ago,it will be his last try at getting something done for the working people,or at least something to consider.

Arlene said...

I watched Keith. I had to gag with the lies that rolled off those tongues. Ron Paul thinks that people should be completely on their own, left to fend for themselves- Americans are known for the fair treatment of everyone- yeah right. We don't need regulations to protect us from drug companies or car companies. Business would never put their needs in front of the public!!!
Sit down cousin! When asked about the racial divide Rick Santorum said he's worked the last 12 years to benefit the poor, basically saying that all black people are poor and were on welfare, which he reformed not to save money but to punish the "system" that was keeping "them" down. Mad Michelle and Nutjob Newt were just too far beyond the pale. I want to slap the black off Herman.
I can't wait for my turn at the trough. My part of the Ponzi scheme is going to keep me in a home with utilities and food. I won't justify the rest of Rick's mess with trying to repeat what he said. Plus I can't twist my mouth to tell such stories.
After that I know we must make every effort to make sure President Obama is reelected.
*Drop the minimum wage? That's what is ruining the economy, Willard Romney? OMG


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