"I Came, I Saw, I Stuck Around!"
HA HAThose "wars" -- real or figurative -- don't ever go so well, do they?Wars on Poverty, Drugs, Religion, Women, Choice, Racism, Inflation ... (never mind "Terrorism") take centuries to wage and never end with a peace treaty.
What a great surname: Economist-populist. HA HA
And they tend tot be a bit expensive too.
And they tend to be a farce.
Gingrich is a farce
lol...true Heidi. I don't any fiction writer could've made him up at this juncture.
True Chuck. Wish I'd thought of it. I heard him on the "Bob and Tom" show this morning.
Just goes to show how dishonest Gingrich and most conservatives are they always attempt to twist any situation into an issue that will upset their right wing extremists base. They know as well as the rest of us that the issue at hand is whether women should have the right of access to affordable contraceptives through insurance co's. Mr Obama's plan has already excluded places of worship from being required to do anything that would be in conflict with their beliefs but it's a waste of time to try and get Gingrich or most right wing extremists to admit it. The new conservative war cry "If the facts don't fit:,Lie Baby Lie" lol
Which should be the end of it, Mike. But on it goes. They don't want to talk about the economy because they know that much of what has made it do bad happened under George Bush's watch and no mature voter can believe that any president can wave a Hogwarts wand and make gas go back to $2.50 a gallon.
True. Ever watch Bill Maher HBO "Real Time" ? Only place to get real interpretations of what's going on, and if the news doesn't keep you laughing, Bill will.
I don't have HBO at the moment, Stephen, but I always try to catch Bill Maher when he's interviewed on CNN. He is quite a sharp wit.
Its sad what is going on in this country right now....with the fight on contraception for women and the church getting involved.I love to watch Bill Maher, but I dont get HBO either and he sure says it like it is.
The war on women has been palpable in this motly group of Republicans, one can almost smell the singe. I am sure they do not want to talk about the economy, but this is close to their hearts..religions will never lose their subconcious hatred of women. In my opinion.
Yes, Marty, I think America has a great deal of religious liberty and will continue to do so... the contraception issue is a dead end for the GOP. I expect Romney is going to have to pivot, and hard, away from this dead end after their Convention. The thing is...will independent voters remember?
True Dragon. There are some male Democratic talkers who have issues with some women like Sarah Palin, but not the whole gender. It is almost like Santorum-- in particular-- can't help himself. This contraception issue is settled outside the fundamentalist crowd and Catholic hierarchies. There are no new votes for the GOP on this issue. If they want to have a debate on birth control in 2012 in the USA, bring it on!
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It shall and Doug I believe Newt is just what his first name says a Newt.This is this polidiculous with religion has been this weeks opt so it seems.Obama is sitting back and just watching stupidity at it's best.
Ha...if that won't keep the wrong crowd out of the White House, nothing will.
Even the GOP leaders want this guy to go away....his time is up as a candidate, but he can't let go.
Hee hee Doug! But you know what? I really mean it.
I believe you, Lucija. I really do ;-)