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Started by Paul_of_TX. Last reply by JonEdanger Dec 17, 2013. 7 Replies

What do you guys think about Chris Christie?It seems that the media loves him right now and is almost preparing his 2016 run for President. I don't believe the media likes us or our positions. They…Continue

Newt 2012?

Started by StaggerLee. Last reply by David Arbogast Jun 27, 2011. 9 Replies

So Newt has said he will take a serious look at running for the presidency in 2012.  What opinions have you regarding his chances and qualifications? On the one hand he knows his stuff through and…Continue

Best person to watch after Huckabee's withdrawal?

Started by Blaine. Last reply by Stephen W. Jun 1, 2011. 5 Replies

I was a strong supporter of Huckabee, so it was upsetting that he decided to pull out of the presidential race. Out of the current candidates I see right now I am probably going to be paying a good…Continue

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Comment by Margie 9 hours ago

Just wanted to pop in to wish the Mayor of Realville a happy 26th! 26 Years on the air. Now that's an accomplishment. He mentioned that he liked the Isley Brothers earlier this morning, but I didn't catch the song, so I'm going to post one of my favorites. I'm sure some of you will know it. It's a great song!

Now get down and boogie, AoMers. :)

Comment by Margie on July 4, 2014 at 2:35pm

Happy Independence Day, you wascally patriots, you!


Comment by Pale Horse on June 20, 2014 at 6:17pm

Let's hope resistance isn't futile... The Borg Queen ruined the whole concept. That whole explanation they gave for her is bullcrap backpedaling. That's what Locutus was for.

Comment by Margie on June 20, 2014 at 2:35pm

Here's a good article about the Bureaucratic Busy-Bodies that want to rule every aspect of our lives.

I simply think of them as The Borg.

Have a good summer, AoMers! I'm taking summer off.

And keep the faith.

Comment by Margie on June 19, 2014 at 1:35pm

A vet's plea... “Please, don’t let this die.”

I started reading this article yesterday, but was interrupted and so didn't get to finish it 'til a little bit ago. It concerns an embattled veteran who has asked Michelle Malkin to help keep us focused on the VA issue. It's heartbreaking to read about what our vets have had to endure under the VA's care. It's such a betrayal.

From the article:

When he appealed for help and advocacy within the system, the veteran was met with a stone wall of “not my job”-ism. Through denials of care, contraindicated medications, repeated mistakes, and delays of pharmacy items, he endured callousness, humiliation, and stigmatization. “When I get angry, they call me ‘crazy.’” Classic blame-the-victim tactics from the VA abusers.

Big-government politicians want to throw more funding at the VA, as usual. The veteran offers a scathing reality check: “There is ample money to address the needs of American veterans,” he says. “The problem is far deeper and more dangerous than just secret waiting lists. The VA almost killed me; my health is worse now than it was when I entered care; my quality of life and living conditions have been nothing short of horrific as I have waited years for adjudication of my benefits case, which in the end was botched.”

There you have it. This isn't just about secret waiting lists. It's much worse. (Bold emphasis mine.)

Comment by Margie on June 16, 2014 at 4:35pm

I hope you dads out there had a good Father's Day yesterday. I realized, or more like found out, that I missed Flag Day on Saturday. It's not something I would've previously noticed, but all things considered, its recognition has taken on more significance to me with the passing years. So I thought I might share a few images of Old Glory with you all.

The Flag that waves through hard tough times

the flag that sparkles with light

and hope flows through that flag

in the sun rain or at night

Comment by Margie on June 16, 2014 at 4:32pm

that is our flag shining bright

That was a lovely poem called "The Flag" written by a young Miss Kelly, aged 10. I found it on the website.

(I had to break it up since I went over the 4000 character limit, again.)

Comment by Margie on June 12, 2014 at 3:51pm

I mentioned a couple weeks ago that Al Gore would be speaking to Princeton's graduating class. I just read some of what he said:

Gore said that American society must agree that there is a problem before it can move to make a change. He recalled a childhood memory in the South about a friend who made a racist remark; his other friends were quick to tell the student to “shut up,” and informed him that such thinking was no longer acceptable.

“They are merchants of doubt who present falsehoods in an effort to confuse people."

In the same way, Gore suggested progress can be made for climate change through changing the discussion.

But he didn't stop at civil rights, he also compared Global Warming/Climate Change to Apartheid and tobacco companies. Basically, he was all over the place.

Gore advised students to take a firm position on the issue, arguing that “[t]he will to act is itself a renewable resource.”

Honestly, I don't even know what he means by that. But it's clear he's using the strongest of imageries to defend his case for Global Warming/Climate Change and to villify dissenters. Excessive?

He doth protest too much, hethinks. Sasquatch, that is.

Comment by Margie on June 9, 2014 at 3:32pm

I heard the Doctor of Democracy talking about a recent article that claims that hurricanes named after women are deadlier. Studies conducted say that people take fewer precautions with female-named hurricanes as opposed to male-named hurricanes. What does this all mean? Does it mean we don't take women seriously? Are only men capable of doing damage, of causing mayhem? Is that the perception, rather? Is Mother Nature sexist? I have no idea. But I have a possible solution to the problem. How 'bout we name hurricanes after some well-known femmes fatales so as to leave no doubt?

May I suggest "Hurricane Rasputia" from Norbit.

Yikes, I'd flee big time.

Or how about "Hurricane Alex Forrester".

The hurricane that won't be ignored!

Lesser known, but deadly nonetheless, would be "Hurricane Katya" from Die Hard 3.

Very frightening character. She was a remorseless killing-machine.

Another possibility could be "Hurricane Annie Wilkes".

She scares me more than Rasputia, lol.

Comment by Margie on June 9, 2014 at 3:19pm

And last but not least, "Hurricane Nurse Ratched".

Truly, one of the most terrifying characters in all of moviedom.

(I had to make a two-parter because I went over 4000 characters.)


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