He actually seems to be onJuly 25 2009 at 2:45 PM
Response to Gates, Ayers, Wright
a one man crusade. Good for him if people follow suit and work out differences in a more private and professional manner. Once 'the people' understand that most issues are local, personal, and may or may not be fixable, they will stop looking to the dcRATS for all the answers. No attorneys. No media spotlight. Be careful who you look up to OR whom you bow down before. Both parties have their share of idiots, creeps, and crooks. The best will defend our nation and support individual liberties, while improving the ways & means to get out of the way so people can live and work peacefully. No artificial programs, products, political powers, or peace deals will solve it all, including the giant albatross known as 'healthcare.' We can only hope they quit the public 'spitting contests' and get to work on supporting private enterprise for working Americans that make this engine run. Less is more when it comes to governmental intervention. Keep taxes low and expect capable people to work somehow and somewhere. They will feel better and cost the 'system' less.
- Thank you - Anonymous on Jul 29, 2:46 PM
- who is on a one-man crusade? - Anonymous on Jul 29, 2:55 PM
- Re: who is on a one-man crusade? - Anonymous on Jul 29, 3:05 PM
- actually - Anonymous on Jul 29, 4:02 PM