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#61 Matt Foley

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Posted 21 March 2009 - 10:26 PM

remind me again which one cheated on his wife and got reprimanded by the senate ethics committee?

btw, unless vietnam is his country, he didn't actually do anything for his country. his country was over here trying to end an unjust war at the time. that's like saying people in iraq are fighting for america, when the war has nothing to do with our interests.


If cheating on one's wife is your standard, there wouldn't be any politicians left, including Obama.

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Posted 21 March 2009 - 10:32 PM

Those of us who are complaining about Obama are doing so because we expected him to come to the center after winning the election. We told you he was far left when he was running and you told us he would come to the center. Instead, he has handed things off to people like Pelosi and Geithner with very alarming results. For years you guys criticized Bush for things like not being on top of the Katrina situation. Well at least he was in Washington and not on the Tonight Show. Obama needs to be in D.C. working with Republicans. He hasn't figured out that the majority of people who voted for him were actually simply voting for the party that didn't give us Bush. He thinks he's a freaking rock star or something. Hey dippoo, just run the country and leave the Tonight Show appearances to non world leaders. He thinks he's still campaigning.


I voted for Ba- Can you smell what the- Rack- is cooking for once simple reason...John McCains choice of VP was the stupidest move that i have ever seen...Obama is trying to calm the american public, be seen not hide in a bunker somewher...You remeber Bill Clinton...He was very aceessible to the people and every one said he was great...

Look throught out history and the "great" presidents were seen and heard from

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Posted 22 March 2009 - 05:13 AM

Hello, Socialist America. How do you spend your way out of debt? No I am not a REP before you start hating.

#64 Matt Foley

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Posted 22 March 2009 - 06:19 AM

I voted for Ba- Can you smell what the- Rack- is cooking for once simple reason...John McCains choice of VP was the stupidest move that i have ever seen...Obama is trying to calm the american public, be seen not hide in a bunker somewher...You remeber Bill Clinton...He was very aceessible to the people and every one said he was great...

Look throught out history and the "great" presidents were seen and heard from


Actually Clinton was a joke his first two years. People hated him. It wasn't until the country flipped Congress over to the Republicans and Clinton made the decision to move to the center that he became effective. Hell, half the country even gives him credit for the economic boom of the 90s.

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Posted 22 March 2009 - 12:18 PM

If cheating on one's wife is your standard, there wouldn't be any politicians left, including Obama.


so without speculation or assumptions of what other people may have done (considering it is known fact that mccain cheated on his wife), do you think it shouldn't be a standard of the character of a man?

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Posted 22 March 2009 - 12:39 PM

so without speculation or assumptions of what other people may have done (considering it is known fact that mccain cheated on his wife), do you think it shouldn't be a standard of the character of a man?


I think what matters is what McCain's first wife thinks of McCain, and she has nothing but kind words for him...So it matters nada to anyone else.

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Posted 22 March 2009 - 12:46 PM

so in other words, your personal morals dictate that it doesn't matter what you do, what laws you break, who you trample on, as long as they forgive you in 40 years.

you must be a christian.

(her forgiveness speaks to her own character, not his)

#68 Matt Foley

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Posted 22 March 2009 - 01:00 PM

so in other words, your personal morals dictate that it doesn't matter what you do, what laws you break, who you trample on, as long as they forgive you in 40 years.

you must be a christian.

(her forgiveness speaks to her own character, not his)


I've been around pro athletes and drivers most of my life. If women throw themselves at politicians the way they do athletes and drivers, I can understand infidelity. It never bothered me that Clinton cheated on his wife. It bothered me that he lied about it, and emphatically stated that he hadn't.

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Posted 22 March 2009 - 01:13 PM

well then i'm not sure you are one to speak about character anyways. where are you from, west berlin?

#70 Matt Foley

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Posted 22 March 2009 - 01:21 PM

well then i'm not sure you are one to speak about character anyways. where are you from, west berlin?


I've never cheated on a girlfriend, but I've never been in the position that athletes and drivers (and presumably, politicians) are in, so I choose not to judge. I have literally seen women make fools of themselves to get a driver's attention. Be honest, if people of your preferred sex were acting that way toward you, and you were in a fight with your boyfriend/girlfriend, would you still have your halo?

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Posted 22 March 2009 - 02:39 PM

I've never cheated on a girlfriend, but I've never been in the position that athletes and drivers (and presumably, politicians) are in, so I choose not to judge. I have literally seen women make fools of themselves to get a driver's attention. Be honest, if people of your preferred sex were acting that way toward you, and you were in a fight with your boyfriend/girlfriend, would you still have your halo?


Your asking a lib? Anything goes for them, unless your a Republican or Con, then your held accountable, by them! They love to judge.

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Posted 22 March 2009 - 02:43 PM

never cheated and i never will. it's not hard or rare among people with self control greater than monkeys. but i actually do have character, unlike john mccain.

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Posted 22 March 2009 - 03:15 PM

Someone needs to do more research. You forgot solar. Also wave power, but that can also be considered hydroelectric. There is also lab grown algae that produces extremely low toxic emissions in regards to diesel fuel. Yes you are right though, nuc power is very safe but it poses the question of "what to do with spent fuel rods?" Geothermal energy is one of the best solutions in areas where it is available.


I am sorry...I know that solar and wave power are clean power sources but i havent heard of any where that they are being used in a large scale application..i.e. powering a Large us city.

#74 Matt Foley

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Posted 22 March 2009 - 05:11 PM

never cheated and i never will. it's not hard or rare among people with self control greater than monkeys. but i actually do have character, unlike john mccain.


Have you ever gone to a church for 20 years, had a hate monger spewing all kinds of crap to you and the rest of the flock, defended him when his hate speeches were made public, then went back on that when you found out he was hurting your chances to win office?

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Posted 22 March 2009 - 05:13 PM

never cheated and i never will. it's not hard or rare among people with self control greater than monkeys. but i actually do have character, unlike john mccain.


Have you ever agreed to run against someone in a way that would limit the campaign spending for both sides, then realized you could raise a lot more than him so you went back on your word, then postured yourself as the candidate of fiscal responsibility and change?


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