Getting Waxed in Florida. Hardworking ants, pre-existing condition Specter, and much more.
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I am sitting here after reading the above commentary that drips with truth. What I can’t understand is why hasn’t any one conservative individual or collectively like minded individuals (e.g. TAS or NewsMax, League of American Voters, American Future Fund, Thomas Moore Law Center, Liberty Council, Center for Individual Freedom, and a host of talk show personalities) to name a few, gathered its legal clout and collective evidence and filed suit in Federal Court? I know it would take good evidence like turning those Senators and Congressmen that have experienced the corrupt tactics of the Administration into solid witnesses. How about Investigative Reporters (Journalists) who have experienced the blatant lies and “Stonewalling” tactics by the Administration? Some of them must certainly want to step up and be true, honest and courageous Americans. Anyone??
Can’t anyone see what has been prophesied that our Constitution
will hang by a thread in these the “Last of the Last Days.” What
will it take to correct our course?
— Jon C. and Nancy W. Young
BLINDED BY EMPATHY
Re: Manon McKinnon’s Hollywood’s Other Blind Side:
As progressives, my wife and both found this story to be terrific in every way, and actually thought very highly of Bullocks character. I know that it uses a bit of artistic license( the youth portrayed had already knew how to play football, unlike how the movie portrayed it).
It can only be a good thing to have more movies like this. And there should be more of them.
It’s also good to see movies that represents many different views, whether you agree with them or not.
And I think a lot of why Hollywood tends to be more progressive than conservative is that actors and actresses tend to be emotional people. Emotional people tend to empathize with others, thusly, you have people who use their talents in a way that feels like you are making a difference.
If more well made movies like this one appear, that’s always a
good thing. But don’t forget, very few people who actually
perform in movies run the studios, the media, the entertainment
conglomerates. The CEO’s and those at that level tend to be more
conservative, so while the employees may be progressive, the ones
who handle the finances are generally conservative (such as
— Steven Taub
Re: Neal B. Freeman’s Please Don’t, Charlie:
Until 2008, I had been a staunch supporter of Gov. Christ, but no longer. This year I, my family and friends are supporting Marco Rubio.
The governor has erred on several issues, including:
• Making “back room” deals with the Indian Casinos, bypassing the state legislature. (Similar to Pelosi/Reid/Obama on health care)
• Making “back room” deals with U.S. Sugar, outside the purview of his office and, again, excluding the state legislature and the Water Management District.
• Last, but not least, his back-slapping, glad-handing with Obama at his Stimulus Stomping Tour in Fort Myers.
No, we will NOT support Christ but we have financially supported and campaigned for Marco Rubio.
A man of faith in a godless age is hitting Americans where it hurts.
Mr. and Mrs. American Spectator Reader, let P.J. O’Rourke talk sense to your kids.
In Britain, defending your property can get you life.
It won’t take long for conservatives to scratch this presidential wannabe off their 2008 scorecard.
Was the President done in by the economy, or by the politics of the economy?