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What do you think the GOP platform should be for the upcoming Presidential election?Continue


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 Marlie on March 18, 2015 at 7:58pm

Right on the heels of their #RaceTogether campaign, Starbucks will be releasing their new larger sized coffee cup, the Colossal, to accommodate their forthcoming slogan: #AllWeAreSayingIsGivePeaceAChance.


Remember, you heard it here first.

Comment by Marlie on March 3, 2015 at 11:59am

America stands with Israel!


"Moses gave us a message strong and resolute, neither fear nor dread them."

PM Benjamin Netanyahu to Joint Session of Congress

Comment by Marlie on February 23, 2015 at 1:07pm

Did you guys watch the Oscars last night? I popped in and out of them. Crimson Tide was on at the same time and I never tire of that movie. It's pretty fantastic. Anyway, I still couldn't help noticing the endless politics. I happen to be a big fan of Patricia Arquette. I think she is incredibly talented. I've thought that for a couple of decades now. But the "equal rights for women" spiel was a disappointment. I went back to Crimson Tide at that point. That's one of the reasons I don't get too excited about the Oscars.


Still, there were a couple of things I was glad I didn't miss. J.K. Simmons acceptance speech. He talked about his family, his wife and kids, and his parents. And he urged everyone to call their mom and dad if you're "lucky enough" to still have them. It was sweet. And the other thing was Tim McGraw's performance of Glen Campbell's "Not Gonna Miss You" which was the highlight as far as I was concerned. Although, it seemed a little surreal that they'd allow a country singer at the Oscars. Then again maybe that's just me.

Comment by Marlie on February 15, 2015 at 12:53am

Comment by Marlie on February 10, 2015 at 2:38pm

I've been doing a lot of reminiscing lately. Looking at old pictures of family. My baby's growing up. That baby is almost a man, but he'll always be my baby. I know that soon enough he'll be headed off to college. I know that's not supposed to make me sad, but it does. I want to cherish the time I have left with him. I swear it all goes by so fast. It really does seem like the blink of an eye at times. I suffered a loss recently. Last month. My mom. I thought I was prepared for it, but I wasn't. Not in the slightest. I do feel somewhat normal at times and then I'll suddenly be hit by a wave of sorrow, of sadness. Like now. So I don't think I'm going to be myself for a while.

I've been listening to this Kenny Chesney song today. He says "life goes faster than you think, don't blink". It's so true. Take lots of pictures of your loved ones because you'll cherish them someday.

And try not to blink.

Comment by Marlie on February 6, 2015 at 2:55pm

I understand that Brian Williams found Bigfoot. Yes, the selfsame “Bigfoot” that we know as our dear old friend, Sasquatch. The period in time that this occurred was unspecified.  The details for this particular event are sketchy. However, not only did he find Sasquatch, but he spent an entire week “in the bush” with him. “Living off the land”, and “bushwhacking”, and doing all manner of bush activity.  Williams called it “going feral”, presumably because the term “going native” is an overused term. What with all the recent news about Brian Williams’ fictionalized account of his travels with our troops in Iraq, and specifically the Chinook Helicopter incident, I could no longer be sure that the “Bigfoot” story, referred to as Going Bush, was credible. But it’s true. Williams swore on his most treasured of “hardcovers” (books). He swore an oath of truth on his Shakespearean Guide to Broadcast Journalism.

That might also explain why Sasquatch put up this sign a year or so ago. I’m guessing here.

But I’d say it’s a pretty good guess that Williams overstayed his welcome.

Comment by Marlie on January 20, 2015 at 4:32pm

I'm thinking Rob Lowe should send Meathead Rob Lowe to have a "little talk" with Michael Moore.

Comment by Marlie on January 16, 2015 at 3:00pm

I'm changing my name, guys. I'd meant to do it at the start of the year but was sidetracked. Actually, I've been wanting to do it for a long time now. Anyway, with all the happenings, I've decided to go with Marlie. It's hard for me to make changes so I thought I'd do it now, before I wimp out again.

Comment by Marlie on January 16, 2015 at 2:44pm

Today is John Kerry's big day. He's over in France offering "big hugs" to our ailing friends. And as the musician formerly known as Cat Stevens wasn't available to perform at their get-together, Kerry settled on James Taylor. There's a video of it. James Taylor performing "You've Got a Friend". Honestly, it's sad. Not a good sad, but a sad sad. I don't have the heart to even post it. I like James Taylor and I don't appreciate him being used this way. But I feel like posting something, so I'll go with this guy.

I loved his old stuff. Does that mean I'm part hippie? Hmm, maybe, a little. Give us back our Cat Stevens!

Comment by Marlie on January 15, 2015 at 2:36pm

Secretary of State, John Kerry, is about to embark on a No Apologies Tour. Well, no, not really, but he is going to offer up some love and to make nice with our French allies.

Better than nothing, I suppose. Unfortunately, immediately after his speech, and off-stage, the microphone was picking up a conversation he was presumably having with himself.

"Damned sniveling, quibbling-quibblers. I swear you miss one little ol’ World Leaders Unity March after a Parisian newspaper massacre caused by “violent extremists” and you can’t get the quibbling, nitpicking, nagging scolds off your back.

Je suis Charlie?…heh…je suis ready for a vacation…how ‘bout that?! [Unintelligible muttering]"


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