• Gentlemen!  You two are being far more catty than us women could be on this one!  :)  I have to smile, however, for there is much truth to what you say...  Still, I'm not all that convinced that the Donkey's are behaving much better...  The Dems are just a bit more subtle, I think...  Time will reveal all boys, and I can't wait to see how this election plays out.  I'm interested to know, who do you guys think will take the Dem nom and the GOP nom?  Will we be reduced once again to voting for the lesser of two evils? 

    January 28, 2008 at 5:16 p.m.

  • Yes, he did make an innuendo  about being fearful of  Bill Clinton being left alone in the WH with nothing to do. He quickly backed down when Russert asked him to explain.He is a model canned candidate. he is so rehearsed. I remember him saying he would have to consult with someone before he knew if water boarding was torture. McCain jumping up and down said"I am telling you it is." A classic.
    Mitt Romney made his business reputation by DOWNSIZING......" would you rather vote for,the man who is like the one you work with,or the man you work for."(sic)  Mike Huckabee

    January 25, 2008 at 3 p.m.

  • I thought they were going to break out into "We Are the World."  Mitt Romney made comments about Bill Clinton that were frankly--way out of line.  I can only hope he doesn't get anywhere near Washington. I either read or heard the other day, that all of the other Republican Candidates just hate Romney.  A pretty boy who has had every thing handed to him.  Wow, that sounds familiar.
    If Romney is so gung ho on the war--why aren't at least one of his 5 boys in the military. Let some one else sacrifice and do the heavy lifting. Ain't it the way.

    January 25, 2008 at 2:47 p.m.