Mar 11th 2010 9:39AM My Gosh!,
Look at that list of food.
Full of bad carbs and fat.
Let's call it the "one week death diet".
Being a father of 2 VERY hungry teenagers,I do understand the importance of being on a budget.
With good coupon skills and a few cooking skills one can eat very affordably and not give in to the easy to prepare crappy foods.
Mar 2nd 2010 10:16AM The design looks like a wave piercing catamaran, which should be very eficient to drive through the water.
At night she'll probably run on batteries or fuel cells.
That's on helluva big floating tanning bed...LOL
Sep 28th 2009 3:52PM Sonny's BBQ has a secret called the "Chuck Wagon". It is an any day of the week all you can eat deal. Some Sonny's don't honor it. but some do. If your hungry, it's worth asking for.
Sep 21st 2008 4:53PM Hey Gregbeingfrank,
It's the Republicans who have thrown our country into Socialism. Get it straight dude.
I knew the Repubs would want different rules for Palin. They don't want people to see how inept and unprepared she is for VP.
What a joke.
Jul 17th 2008 12:30PM Hey Billdacat,
Tell me one good thing the Republicans have done for the working class.
Union breaking, hum..lets see, Shipping jobs overseas, ENRON Loophole...etc.
Currently the oil industry controls leases on 68 million land and sea acres that they are NOT drilling on.
Maybe we should make them start drilling there before giving them more leases.
Jul 4th 2008 3:38PM QUOTE:
"Patriot- a person who loves, supports, and defends his or her country and its interests with devotion."
That sounds like Patriotism with a little Nationalism thrown in.
"It’s interests" is where it breaks down. A Patriot would not allow his or her government to invade another nation for an "interest". Unless that other country did something bad to us. Like Pear Harbor.
Nationalism is where people believe that their nations philosophies and culture should be forced on other nations. In order to "make them a copy of us".
Patriotism, in America, is standing true to the vision of the Founders.
Life, Liberty, Privacy, Due Process, Religious Freedom
The Founders gave us quite a challenge. It takes courage to be a Patriot.
Jul 4th 2008 3:18PM As an American, patriotism to me, is understandingand appreciating the gifts and sacrifices given to me by the Colonists and the Founding Fathers.
Patriotism is understanding and defending the Constitution, Bill of rights and the amendments.
Patriotism is standing up to Politicians who lie to us, who circumvent the Constitution and use their power to pad the pockets of corporations and themselves.
Patriotism is having the courage to dissent when a President spies on fellow citizens or says "your either with us or against us".
Patriotism is not a flag pin. It is in one's heart.
Patriotism is not a haircut. It is in one's soul.
Patriotism is bigger than any symbol. It is part of one's very existence.
Apr 15th 2008 1:01PM Andrew,
As usual, you come up with something stupid and preposterous.
I would recommend that you first evaluate why you, a gay guy, would be a Republican in the first place. The RNC doesn't give a damn about you!
Second, work on thinking up questions that are relevant to this Presidential race.
I beleive Obama is a man of faith. He also does not take PAC or Lobbyist money. I like that.
"W" and Mcain are the fake christians, if there is such a thing.
Both have sucked up to the religious right to get votes. That's all they care about.
I am not afraid to remind you that Reagan/Bush and now "W", will go down in history as the two worst REPUBLICAN administrations in US history.
Both achieved unprecedented national debt and both left us with a recession.
And 2 wars.
Bush 1 left us Somalia. Bush 2 will leave us Iraq.
Thanks for nothing, RNC.
Sep 24th 2007 10:41AM I think they should "flaunt it" as much as possible.