There are many people now saying that it is up to the President to heal this division. I say, poo-poo meh. The problem runs far deeper than the ability of any political or legislative action can cure. Our division is based on one thing; truth. That either truth is subjective and personally modulating, or that…Read More
For the love of GOD, NOT AGAIN!!
I stayed up most the night, just hoping that Kerry would have the grace and good sense to put the country before himself. He did not. I find it rather like a child — while playing Candyland — cheats, lies and fusses their way through the entire game. When they don’t win, they claim someone…Read More
You’re Voting in the Wrong Place
Our voting polling place was at an apartment complex near our Kroger. In a basement. I parked at the Post Office and walked toward the complex, as I walked down the sidewalk, a lady asked me if I were voting, to which I said, yes. She told me to turn around, that this wasn’t where…Read More
Vote Early, Vote Often!
Well, with the apparent “intimidating” tactic of asking voters to prove who they are, it seems we in Ohio can vote as often as we like. I’ll brining a video camera to catch any tactics to haze, harass or embarrass voters. We won’t know who won (today), unless one of the candidates gets both Florida…Read More
Convenient Hypocrisy of Free Speech
How is the ACLU not demanding the revocation of the tax-exempt status of the Friendship Missionary Baptist Church in Miami for endorsing a political candidate? How is this not an endorsement of a political agenda? Where’s the ACLU and their invocation of “Separation of Church and State”? Why is Kerry allowed, in essence, to give…Read More
Lazy lazy day
It’s another lazy Sunday. The day seems to drag its feet, never being officially full or complete; but mostly just loosely strung together — or maybe it’s that I feel that way. I’ve read many blogs lately dealing with the upcoming election. The candidates platforms, rebuttals, tag lines and pleas. I’ve heard pundits chatter away…Read More