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Clinton Says Obama Wants to Stop Votes

Clinton Says Obama Wants to Stop Votes

Commented Apr 1, 2008 at 12:23:35 in Politics

“Of course Senator Clinton should keep running. Why in the world would she want to drop out? Senator Leahy doesn't know squat. If Senator Obama can't reach the nominating threshold to clinch the nomination, as pundits are predicting, why would Senator Clinton want to quit? As it stands now, the super delegates will have to ask themselves a hard question: Will the country be more apt to elect its first woman president or its first African American president? Good luck, folks. Guess wrong and you get four to eight more years of wacko Republican policy. Can our country afford that?”
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Those Hidden Costs

Commented Mar 28, 2008 at 16:17:03 in Politics

“appleknocker: You are to be applauded! I have not heard such a frank and honest statement from an Anglo American in quite some time. Thanks. But, I have a question for you. Why are these facts you've mentioned so hard for most White Americans to admit (or understand, what have you)? Opportunity is the name of the game to getting ahead in this country. My parents are amongst those Blacks that could not get decent paying jobs in the 40's and the 50's that you mentioned. If they could have, maybe I would not have had to resort to student loans to go to Michigan State University. Knowing my mom, she would have been a business owner. Wealth is passed down. We African Americans have had to start way back in the pack, economically.”
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Those Hidden Costs

Commented Mar 28, 2008 at 16:03:47 in Politics

“Well said, Mojane!”
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Those Hidden Costs

Commented Mar 28, 2008 at 15:53:22 in Politics

“You have not been listening too closely than! The Israelis will never let the holocaust be forgot. There isn't a month that goes by that we are not reminded about it. When oppression is part of an ethnicity's history you remember it. You don't "just forget it" as many many non-Blacks seem to want us to do. What did THE LORD tell the Israelites upon leaving Egypt after hundreds years of slavery? HE told them to celebrate a festival each year to commemorate (and thus remember) the oppression they suffered under the Pharaoh (and the subsequent Exodus). It's called Passover. If this country provided jobs for every single person that wanted to work, I bet you'd see welfare die out on its own! The desire to work in this country is strong. The ability of the government and corporate America to produce enough jobs for those that want to work is what's lacking. Maybe it has something to do with that weird economic idea that 4% unemployment is considered "full employment" in this nation. What's more, this nation can't even "get to" four percent. It's always been much higher than that. Minorities are still "red lined" in attempting to get mortgages and loans for business ventures (not to mention personal loans). As a nation we still have a lot to do to equalize opportunity cf864. That includes for those poor whites where you grew up.”
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Those Hidden Costs

Commented Mar 27, 2008 at 17:14:52 in Politics

“Thank you for responding cf864. I can only respond thus: The Gospel says there will always be the poor. But, Jesus says also, that when you do something to help the least amongst us you bring glory to his name (to paraphrase HIM). I am not so concerned with my success or lack thereof, anymore. America is the richest country on the face of the earth. Yet, we have pockets of staggering poverty all across this land. Corporate welfare saps more money from the treasury than social programs.. Then we find jobs being shipped overseas. Finally, I still can't understand the fact that "open air drug selling markets" are allowed to exist in the Black communities of the US except one way. Someone (in the plural sense) has deemed it acceptable to have such criminality go on in broad daylight! Someone in government! Today, this and this alone is the major reason most of the dysfunctionality goes on in our communities. The same thing would not be allowed to happen in white communities. The cops would ride down on them in a heartbeat. I do not agree that a Black person can be more successful in the US than anywhere in the world. If you are capable, you can succeed anywhere in the world.”
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Those Hidden Costs

Commented Mar 27, 2008 at 12:06:28 in Politics

“Excellent point! I agree with your perspective. It is another facet of latent American racism that African Americans are evidently expected to have this ability to "let it go", while other ethnic groups can hold on to their histories of oppression. I wonder why? Can only one expound on that for me?”

BardEric on Mar 27, 2008 at 14:31:03

“Your argument bears the assumption that the Majority believes that other ethnic groups are justified in holding on to their own ethnic history of oppression....I dont personally believe that that is the case..We all have to let go eventually, or do you think we should still be hashing over all the wrongs done to every ethnic group for the remainder of history? We can never forget, but we MUST move on!”

cf864 on Mar 27, 2008 at 14:22:24

“This is just my opinion. I don't hear Irish, Japanese and Jewish people continually using their past experiences with oppression and racism to justify current social issues within their communities nearly as often as you hear it from the black community. It's fine to have memorials, ceremonies, holidays, etc. to acknowledge and honor heroes & victims of past experiences. But those other races have fully taken advantage of the opportunity afforded them. They got educated, worked hard and got involved in the political system to make change and advance up the social ladder. The black community is doing the same thing but it seems to be at a less extent.

I heard about 3 minutes of Wright's tape. Not just the sound bites. The reality is it was racist hatred and the wrong message if we are looking to move fwd as Obama professes publicly. It's extremely naive to believe that Obama did not sit there for 20 years and not hear & internalize some of that. An honest and objective look at this situation warrants concern for ANY American. It would be the same if it were a white candidate w/ 20 yr association to church that shared white supremacy/kkk ideology. The liberals would have jumped all over him like a pack of wolves. This is not white America attacking Obama. White America has been voting for him. It's America attacking a racist ideology and asking valid questions.”
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Those Hidden Costs

Commented Mar 27, 2008 at 11:59:19 in Politics

“Lyria gave a wonderful reply. I can hardly say more than she has. The problem with statistics is this. You can prove just about anything you want to. Anyone that has taken a statistics course in high school or college is aware of this fact. Statistics are only as reliable as the people compiling those stats. Throughout my life I have always been suspicious of these reports after more reports that demonize us African Americans as the source of the crime wave in this country. Overall, I seem to remember many reports that point out this fact. Most of the white people killed in this country are killed by whites. Most of the black people murdered in this country are murdered by blacks. I think, as it appears Lyria may have pointed out with the reference link, you have a white supremacist on your hands writing this comment, above.”
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Those Hidden Costs

Commented Mar 27, 2008 at 11:46:08 in Politics

“Good for you. I applaud your diligence and success. But, many Blacks like me have done the same thing. What about the poor whites left behind in your community? Is the government doing enough, given the taxes your relatives and former(?) neighbors pay, to help end the blight and poverty in your home? Doubtful. We African Americans get tired of people saying let's forget and move on. Japanese ancestors of the internment camps of WWII got reparations. Yet, when Black Americans speak of the need for the same for us, non-Black Americans are up in arms. Why is that? Rev. Wright and other Black preachers will continue to preach the truth about our experience in the USA (as they should). When Anglo ministers like Robertson and Falwell are condemned for their racist speech - by the politicians that back them, maybe criticism of Obama will ring more true. America is not ready for a Black man in the whitehouse. That much is clear and has been from the start of this campaign (I don't care what Obama's delegate count is!). That is all this controversy has shown. If Senator Clinton is not the Democratic nominee, prepare yourselves for four to eight years more of chaotic, irrational, Republicanism.”

cf864 on Mar 27, 2008 at 12:14:47

“antworks. the poor whites left back in my community continue to play the victim roll by blaming their parents, their environment, and the government when the fact is it comes down to individual choice. I saw first hand the laziness and rampant abuse of social programs. our parents and communities can stack the odds either for us or against us. but it is an individual choice what path you choose. this is why you have folks that beat the odds and folks who grow up in affluent suburban environments in loving two parent homes with the deck stacked in their favor who can't get their lives together. I do not mean to make light of the black experience in this country. there is no doubt it has been the toughest of any race. I can relate to the inner city cycle of poverty, crime, drugs that are a common experience for many blacks though. The fact is that today if you are a black person the best chance you have of being successful and living a happy prosperous life is here in America. Nowhere else in the world. At some point we do have to move on. What is the alternative?”
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A McCain Moment: Do You Want Four More Years of This?

Commented Mar 25, 2008 at 11:58:30 in Politics

“This is all part of the campaign to demonize Senator Obama. The media is heavily involved in this pattern, as you have seen. I don't think anyone seriously thought Obama would get this deep into the campaign and be contending, not to mention leading in the delegate hunt. When Rev. Wright's sermons are picked apart and reported as they've been, it's obviously an attempt to distort. Then the media (and whomever else is behind this) forced Obama's hand with this distort. Either he responds the way they want him to (by condemning Wright and leaving that church for another one) or he's unfit to be a serious candidate. That is pretty much the way I see it. I've supported Senator Clinton from the start because I think she can win. I also think she is capable to lead the country. Those who think Obama is going to be given a fair shake, should he win the nomination, are dreaming. How much more evidence do you need to see that? This Rev. Wright manufactured controversy will seem like child's play compared to the way the Republicans will come after him in a general election. I am Black and I still say (as I've said from the beginning of this campaign) America is not ready for a Black President, period. [And everyone needs to get over it and acknowledge that fact. Then move on..].”
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A McCain Moment: Do You Want Four More Years of This?

Commented Mar 25, 2008 at 11:37:58 in Politics

“The only question on my mind is this. What is the real reason the media in this country has abandoned its responsibility to report the news (politics in this case) accurately? There almost seems to be some type of agreement to report distortions and outright lies about current events. It's baffling and shameful. You are correct. If a Democrat had said something like McCain said it would have been reported as big news. For an example, look no further than yesterday and Senator Clinton's statement about "sniper fire". Today's Washington Post (and other papers I suspect) are all over the fact that her campaign had to retract and correct the statement. Really, it's not news. But, it's being report as some type of "loss of face" for the Senator. The Obama campaign is jumping on board to toss mud, too. Our media appears to have a definate fear of taking on the Republicans. I wonder why? Is the media so conservative now that they no longer deserve to be called the Fourth Estate? Are they even independent anymore? I wonder?”

lincat on Mar 25, 2008 at 12:38:32

“Antworks: You don't think it's news about Clinton's lies about her experience in Bosnia. I think that lie and all of her other lies should be reported just as McCain's ignorance of foreign affairs and the economy should be. I think it says a lot about Clinton's lack of integrity and desperation and McCain's lack of knowledge. We need to know these things about the candidates.”
Cheney On 4,000 Dead Americans: They Volunteered

Cheney On 4,000 Dead Americans: They Volunteered

Commented Mar 24, 2008 at 16:22:29 in Politics

“This man is a disgrace! It appears to mean very little to Cheney that so many American lives have been loss. To have someone in the Whitehouse respond, "So", to a question about the American public's opinion of this war is despicable. What is more outrageous is that this country continues to put up with Bush and Cheney. If one of their sons or daughters were among that 4000 I bet this butt_ipe would not be say, "So". Most of the Democrats in Congress have said if you want to ensure that the Republicans win in November and remain in the Whitehouse, impeach Bush. I disagree. You impeach people who try to become the rule of law unto themselves (to the detriment of the rest of the country). These two have done exactly that.”

syllepsis on Mar 24, 2008 at 16:39:02

“Pure disinformation from the Dem leaders.”

ME08 on Mar 24, 2008 at 16:30:09

“You are so right...does this man's shame know no bounds???”
LA Hospital Fined For Quaid Twins Overdose

LA Hospital Fined For Quaid Twins Overdose

Commented Mar 21, 2008 at 11:39:40 in Entertainment

“Thank The Lord that these children lived! This is a prime example why the attempts by state and congressional lawmakers to limit malpractice monitary damages are wrong. These children could have died. The problem could have easily have been avoided. When mistakes such as these happen someone should be made to pay, big time, so all medical professionals (and pharmaceuticals) will be more careful. If it had happened to my newborn someone would be getting their butt sued off! (And, who can say if there won't be some long term, latent, damage to these kids?).”

LanguagePolice on Mar 21, 2008 at 15:13:22

“"And, who can say if there won't be some long term, latent, damage to these kids?"

Just about any doctor and most nurses can say that there won't, not from heparin at least. But your point is taken- it could have been much worse. And now we're seeing adulterated heparin being imported from China- your long-term, latent damage will no doubt happen soon, just from something else.”
Sarah Palin's Poll Numbers Get Even Worse

Sarah Palin's Poll Numbers Get Even Worse

Commented Jan 19, 2011 at 13:07:38 in Politics

“[Part 3: Continued]The only question now, in my mind, is this. What will the FBI do to find the "link", between the Right's rhetoric and actions of its believers that brings about this type of politically motivated crime. If the FBI tells us they can't find any link, it's because they don't want to find one, in my opinion.”

bdaved on Jan 19, 2011 at 14:08:54

“I guess this is one of those articles you can actually comment on.”
Sarah Palin's Poll Numbers Get Even Worse

Sarah Palin's Poll Numbers Get Even Worse

Commented Jan 19, 2011 at 13:07:20 in Politics

“[Part 2; Continued]
They want Liberals to have to guess what they are trying to convey. They want to incite the rabid, mentally unstable, gun owning members of the Republican party (who harbor the false belief that the federal government will take away their gun ownership rights one day), to take violent action against any Democrat. If the Right can't win an election in key congressional districts around the country, they want to escalate the "hateful rhetoric" against these congress people. That is why Congresswoman Gilfords was shot, in my opinion. Yet, the real problem goes even deeper. No Federal prosecutor can make a link to a crime like this, the perpetrator and this overheated rhetoric coming from the likes of Sara Palin. But, I can gurantee you the "link" is there. Palin is not the problem, alone. There are many "Palins" on the Right tossing verbal "bombs" like she's been spouting. The stupid comments she made about "blood libel" and the "crosshairs" graphic are just the beginning of the stupidity that people like her, on the Right, are willing to go to in order to frighten all politicians into doing what they want them to do. Every single elected official in this country I would bet you, IN PRIVATE, admits to someone that they are wondering if they will be targeted next for murder by the conservatives in America.”
Sarah Palin's Poll Numbers Get Even Worse

Sarah Palin's Poll Numbers Get Even Worse

Commented Jan 19, 2011 at 13:06:30 in Politics

“Since the shooting of Congresswoman Gilfords in Tucson the voices adding perspective to this debate have been many. It's time I add my thoughts because things have gotten crazy beyond my wildest imagination. Never in my 55 years of life would I have ever expected the rancor to get so out of hand. This incident is a harbinger of things to come, in America, leading up to the 2012 presidential election. Sara Palin is not the "story". Nor, is the incendiary comments Palin has made following this horrible crime. The conservatives and the Right, in general, in America are sending a dangerous message to their party's constituents. That message is this: The Right in the U.S. want to take this political discourse to a point of threatening the life of anyone that doesn't want to see things their way! The Right is willing to openly spout life threatening rhetoric, in cloaked terms. [Continued]”

Jim bob on Jan 19, 2011 at 15:09:07

“Good comment, thanks.”
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By One Vote, U.S. Court OKs Torture and "Extraordinary Rendition"

Commented Sep 15, 2010 at 16:24:33 in Politics

“This is a case that has made a lot of people in the U.S. and the world mad as hell because of the government's states secrets claim. What a lot of folks don't see though is this, in my opinion.”
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Hatred in Black and White at the Knob Creek Machine Gun Shoot

Commented Sep 10, 2010 at 16:17:40 in Books

“{Part 2}; A lot of these Knob Creek "type" gun lovers have one thing in mind, in my opinion. [Keep in mind these people are all over the country. These type of gathering were detailed 30 years ago by the media - in short exerpt type articles - if the American public was paying attention! Bet this Mr. Bunch, I WAS PAYING ATTENTION (even if American, in general, were not !! My point: This type of lunacy at Knob Creek did not just start recently - morphing into the Tea Party wacko Right!! Gun control and the fear that the US government is going to declare martial law has been an ongoing lunacy of may White Males in America. Most of these guys are flat out bigots (and many of their decent, fair minded American neighbors know exactly that! Why do they think Obama wants to take their guns? Because they have convinced themselves that having a multiracial President indicates that America is going to the dogs, el pronto jack! This is their main "mind warp"; They just can't stand that a Black man has won an election and sits in the White House with his Black wife, two children and mother in law. These gun lovers have no relevant evident that the government wants to take guns away from Americans. Yet, they fool themselves into believing so. Why, one may ask?”

RevJimIII on Sep 11, 2010 at 02:27:04

“Your assumptions are wrapped in bigotry.”

AKFALAR on Sep 10, 2010 at 16:38:22

“While i may agree with your first point regarding paranoia, i completely disagree with the association with said paranoia and the idea that their opposition is derived from racism. I'm sure it is with some people however we are talking in simplistic terms here.

Being a man who was actually proud of how far we have come in overwhelmingly electing a black man, I am extremely offended that my opposition to this man is based on his skin color.

You know, while i'm at it, the other thing i am proud of is that our President was elected based on his Policies. Left leaning as they are this nation democratically elected him because of his message and his ability to articulate it NOT because of his race. That in my mind IS the MLK dream. So please STOP stereotyping and flaming around with the race card. You are like a creationist looking for evidence of God. You already Believe that he exists.”
Mark Sanford Flip-Flops On Stimulus, Accepts Federal Funds For South Carolina

Mark Sanford Flip-Flops On Stimulus, Accepts Federal Funds For South Carolina

Commented Aug 12, 2010 at 12:03:29 in Politics

“Hey, come on. Everyone knew the governor (and the legislature) was going to accept stimulus money, anyway. It was just a matter of time. The "game" being played was this. Sanford wanted to embarrass the President in any way possible by refusing to take the money, for as long as Sanford could justify doing so. In actuality, there was no embarrassment of the President possible. Govenor Sanford is the one that fooled himself that he was doing something principled. The only people that lost in this sorted hard headedness was the people of Sanford's state! That's all this episode was about. Sanford didn't care enough about his own state, period.”

MountainPenelope on Aug 12, 2010 at 12:11:28

“True.

And, by the way, he isn't a native of S.C. His family moved to the Beaufort-Hilton Head area when he was a teen.

Thank G od for small favors. At least he isn't one of us.”
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Tea and Empathy: The Connection Between High Unemployment, Record Foreclosures, and Right Wing Rage

Commented Apr 17, 2010 at 17:15:15 in Politics

“Your points are well taken. I see one thing missing in the government's response to this rising tide of political extremists. In my 54 years as an American, I've seen [more accurrately, i..e.; "read" in the history of our nation] the justice department and police agencies all over this country go after these type of extremist, wholesale! Yet, there seemed to be one major difference when this happen. That being, the race of the "alledged extremists"! Nixon unleased COINTELPRO [the counter intelligence program] upon Black people, civil rights activist and many other groups that came out of the flower power genation. What is our present Justice Department and President Obama willing to do to infiltrate, discern who is planning what against Americans in particular or the government in general: and put their a@@es in jail? It's time to wake up and see this treat for what it is. If we don't as a nation, there may be many more McVeys!”

d55may on Apr 17, 2010 at 22:43:47

“Come on this is 2010, there is more racism on the left then the right, its always been so. You said your read then you need to read more. Start with the Federalist Papers”

AnnC0725 on Apr 17, 2010 at 18:56:59

“Hmm..the Tea Party is exercising it's liberties..no different than those expressed in the 60's, with the exception that they are non-violent. In the 60's you had the likes of Bill Ayres who bombed and murdered. You had the violence of the Black Panthers, Charlie Manson...the protesters against the war..etc..Racist, they are not, but if it makes you feel accomplished to lie about those things go at it, have a ball..The only people your convincing of that are those that desparately need to believe it..but you see, we are all over, we are everywhere, with people who know us personally..and know that's a lie..so you, and the state owned media..can say anything you want. The important people know it's all false..because we live our lives as an great example.

Now I hear Maddow is doing a show on McVeigh attempting to make some corealation to the Tea Party..just the thought of that makes me laugh..Maddow will look foolish..she already does. Millions have gone out to these protests..and not one arrest.. yet there have been numerous arrests of those on the left. Glover and Stern just yesterday. So please..”
Bart Stupak: Abortion Language In Health Care Bill Is A Must

Bart Stupak: Abortion Language In Health Care Bill Is A Must

Commented Mar 4, 2010 at 15:56:37 in Politics

“After this broohaha over the provisions relating to abortion being covered or not in the proposed universl health care legislation, the GOP will come up with another set of objections. It's totally clear to any American in their right minds that the GOP (and some misguilded Democrats of like mind) don't want America to have comprehensive health coverage, period! That's all there is to it. If the Democrats don't use reconcilation to pass the bill it won't become law. We have an obstructionist click in the 111th Congress that is hell bent upon seeing the country (and our citizens) continue to suffer on many levels. About all the American constituents can do is watch this mockery of governmental functioning happen, make note of who each and every one of these "do nothing" Senators and Representatives are, and vote them out of office when reelection time comes. The only other option is to continue to watch your Congress puss$foot around while the state of Americans' lives deteriorate even more.”

DavePalen on Mar 4, 2010 at 16:00:26

“I hope the GOP comes up with thousands of amendments. Anything that sabatages Obamacare is good for America and the patriotic thing to do.”

patsydecline on Mar 4, 2010 at 15:59:13

“well said and fanned”
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Why Won't They Use the "M-Word" About Joe Stack?

Commented Feb 23, 2010 at 14:48:22 in Politics

“I disagree with you regarding Congressman King's statement. American citizens, not to mention the members of the families of the deceased who worked for the IRS deserve better comments from an elected official in the 111th Congress. If Rep. King is not supporting what Stack did (i.e., an act of terrorism), what the heck did King mean? At the very least Rep. King left the door wide open for Americans to determine on their own what the heck he meant by this statement, "alex61"! I think the idiot Congressman meant exactly what he said. Representative King supports acts of domestic terrorism against the government of this country by Americans who hate our system of laws and goverance.”
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It's Time to Enact Health Care Reform With 51 Senate Votes

Commented Feb 22, 2010 at 14:47:58 in Politics

“I am glad that someone intimately familier with Capital Hill politics has finally given such detailed thoughts on President Obama's (& Congress' ) attempts at bipartisanship. It's very obvious (and true) that the GOP is using the same "playbook" it used against William Jefferson Clinton to thwart both President's legislative agendas. It's about time someone pointed this fact out! Every since the GOP stated their policy of obstructionism, in cloaked terms (of course), it's been clear the Dems would have to pass legislations by means outside the normal pathways. Mr. Reich is correct, the GOP used reconciliation when in power anytime they needed to (or wanted to, period). I agree that in effect, "Senate Republicans have altered the rules of the Senate by demanding 60 votes on almost every initiative". It's the ultimate obstructionist position to take. Why the heck not filibuster every major piece of legislation? I'm practically sure that is the GOP position. They just won't come out and flatly say it. Why? Because by doing so the GOP would not be able to "play game" on the American voters, anymore. Their "do nothing" attitude in running this country would be exposed. The old screwed up scheme that seems to work so well in politics continues to work: i.e., tell people a lie and they will believe it. Tell a bigger lie and most people will believe that lie even more quickly.”

bac59447 on Feb 22, 2010 at 16:35:37

“Another ugly truth that the press refuses to out: Ever since 1992 Republicans have dedicated themselves to the first principle that there is NO LEGITIMATE PRESIDENT OTHER THAN A REPUBLICAN PRESIDENT. This simple fact, the essential plank of the footsoldiers' platform, animates the contempt, bitterness and manic anti-everything that characterizes current Republicans in both the House and the Senate. It is perhaps symbolic that Bob Dole has fallen seriously ill in the last couple of days--the last vestiges of any Republican sense of public service and a good greater than their party is behind us and probably not to be seen again in our lifetimes. If this current crop of Republican Senators and Representatives had been aboard the Titanic I think they would have purposely rammed the iceberg and then burned all the lifeboats except their own.”
Tiger Woods SPEECH: VIDEO, Details, Transcript & More

Tiger Woods SPEECH: VIDEO, Details, Transcript & More

Commented Feb 19, 2010 at 14:07:33 in Sports

“I don't think Mr. Woods has anything to apologize for, PERIOD! What has occurred, here, is a manufactured controversy, PERIOD! Any of you people that have been following and reading THE LORD's website is well aware of how Mr. Woods' car accident happened any why. Each woman that claims to have had an affair with Mr. Woods, DURING the time he and Mrs. Woods have been married is lying, PERIOD. So, why in my opinion has Mr. Woods made such a statement as we read here, today (you may ask of me)? Because it's the easiest way to make the overwhelming majority of this "manufactured controversy" GO A WAY, period! I am just one man, not in the spotlight like Mr. Woods. Therefore, my opinion doesn't count for much of anything (this much I admit). But, what I would like to see happen is this. Put each and every woman that claims to have had an affair with Mr. Woods, DURING HIS MARRIAGE, through an exhaustive background check. See if each one of these women can substantiate their allegations. I doubt any one of them can stand the HEAT! [Verify their stories in conjunction with Mr. Woods' schedule -- since each claimed he was "with" them. But, all I've seen if a media that has taken allegations by numerous ANGLO females and run with it. Hogwash on this entire attempt to malign one of the greatest multi-racial atheletes in history? The whole defamation sickens me.”

Fletch17C on Feb 19, 2010 at 14:26:20

“Chump.”
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Shadow Elite: The Spy Who Came in From... Wall Street?

Commented Feb 4, 2010 at 16:34:33 in Politics

“I agree with you "LegalCodex"! Psychological tests are just that, a test. Any test can be defeated which seeks to ferret out the potential bad apples in this regards. [e.g., look at how some people are trained to defeat lie detector test. Some pathalogical liars can train themselves to defeat a lie detector test.]. An intelligence officer that has a secret agenda will always find a way to use classified information to help a corporation that has him or her on the payroll. The obvious reason is "personal gain".”

zbowling on Feb 5, 2010 at 06:43:53

“It seems you have all the answers already. There are other tests that you are not aware of and they have been developed to determine your personalty type, and how you would react to extreme circumstances, they put myers briggs to shame. They were developed using torture subjects. Bet you can't defeat that.”
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Shadow Elite: The Spy Who Came in From... Wall Street?

Commented Feb 4, 2010 at 16:27:26 in Politics

“Bogus reply, AnotherMcIntosh. I would ask you this in return. Why hasn't any President since Eisenhower been able to "rain in" these intelligence community "spooks", either? Isn't it true that "all" presidents are suppose to be.. "Brilliant", as you say, AnotherMcIntosh? But, you put the onus on President Obama, only. Why, dude?”

zbowling on Feb 5, 2010 at 06:37:25

“Eisenhower helped create some of he problem. He created the USAID, Money was the weapon it would use.
It's Ironic that when he left he told us to beware of he Military Industrial Complex. That speech was edited though. It was Military Industrial Congressional Complex.”

AnotherMcIntosh on Feb 4, 2010 at 18:42:28

“It may have something to do with the fact that he currently is in charge of the federal government.”
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