Jun 2nd 2010 12:01PMIt always amazes me (it shouldn't anymore) how people can be so hypocritical. It seems, too, that the people who "talk the talk" (from global warming to poverty) the loudest actually "walk the walk" the least. The Nobel Peace Prize to someone who was a miser when it came to contributing to charities? For someone who continued to drive SUVs, heat and cool mega mansions with as much juice as a small Appalachian town might use, didn't even contribute substantial $$$ for global warming projects OR programs to help the poor in his own Tennessee hills? And now they're talking about how the money might be split so the two of them can maintain THEIR lifestyles. Nothing wrong with that -- except when you claim to be someone else.
May 26th 2010 10:48PMIs it necessary to call people names when you disagree? To me that simply reduces the effectiveness of your stance. One might disagree with this president -- or any other official -- and NOT be a "wingnut." In fact, I dare say there are lots of honest, hardworking, intelligent folks who just don't agree with the current prez. And, yes, there ARE far more serious issues that critics need to be looking at. If Bush had been in office with this oil spill, he would have been hanged without warning. Ironic, isn't it, that Bush saved the largest marine reserve and now we've got the largest marine disaster...
Jan 10th 2010 12:34AMJust for the record...feelings and facts are often two different things. George Bush allotted more money to fight AIDS in Africa than Bill Clinton or any other president -- including Obama thus far. He also had more prominent, high level blacks in his cabinet, as well as hispanics, than any president before him. Exactly how does it follow that he hated black people?
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