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A Captive Audience
2 years ago
A view of America and the world from a conservative, Republican perspective.
...The time has come to restore the center to the center-right coalition. Maybe it's even time to start a new convention so the centrists can meet face to face at least once a year, just as their conservative colleagues do. CenPAC, anyone?
I like Obama. He's a hell of a lot better than the old geezer and his wh*re who would have been running the show if he hadn't of won. We had eight f**king years of a republican in office and look where we're at now! We're in a ...war, economy is in the sh*t hole, and fear has been the ruling emotion in America. Obama is hella brave to pick up the pieces and try to make something of America again.
But you have a heart at war against Obama, and, I'm thinking, all those who are not strictly in line with your personal beliefs. You are creating and spreading negativity. Be careful with what you wish for.
...And I am with you Michael, I don't have a heart at war with Obama. I don't dislike him because he is a Democrat. I don't dislike him because he is black. I don't hate him because he did drugs. I don't hate him because he is rich. I do not like him because of his politics. If he was my brother, id still fight his policies like I do Obama's. It is simple...
Keith Olbermann learned about the danger of email the hard way. Once known for replying to the messages sent by fans, he got into hot water when several of the emails were posted publicly. "Rita's nice, but dumber than a suitcase of rocks," he wrote of fellow MSNBC reporter Rita Cosby. He also had a one-night stand with a fan, a thirtysomething Cuban woman with whom he'd corresponded for 18 months. Much to his embarrassment, she subsequently blogged about how unsatisfied she was with the encounter, and either was "given" or "stole" one of Keith's ties, depending on which party you ask.