Humms 
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Re: “Obama loses to the right-wing media machine again

Oh my, drink bitter coffee this morning? Sounds like someone didn't get the "change" they were hoping for, sorry Chris, the REAL change is happening in November.

Posted by Humms on July 28, 2010 at 10:15 AM

Re: “Fox News Brings Out the Nuts and Wackos

Uh, would that "bit of unsigned hysteria" have been displayed on THE ONION by some chance? It's all Al Gore's fault...the internet ya know?

Posted by Humms on June 10, 2010 at 9:39 AM

Re: “Clyburn health care forum gets the attention of Teabaggers

OK, I should have ended the FD comment with ;)

Chris (may I call you Chris?LOL)
all of our elected officials are embarrasing with the garbage they post to bills. Neither party is less culpable than the other, which is kinda the point with the Tea Party's. Let's vote them out (or prosecute) and stop this insane slide into our governmental take over of all things private. See, it's that easy!

Posted by Humms on July 10, 2009 at 11:04 AM

Re: “Clyburn health care forum gets the attention of Teabaggers

Well it does matter.

Those very same talking heads and GOP leaders who now embrace the Tea Parties rejected Paul in the past, and by the past, I mean last year.

They dissed the Ron Paul Revolution in 2007-2008, but now, well, they're all for it. Until 2011-12 when they'll give Paul the cold-shoulder again.

Poor guy can't catch a break.>>CH

Actually, it is my belief that the "talking heads" viewed Ron Paul as I did...too extremist in his agenda for the mainstream. Which extremism has been more harmful to this country? If Ron Paul runs in 2012 he'll likely get my vote. As for the media, they seem to be controlling the populace so it seems to me the sooner we channel them to a candidate and the earlier and stronger they endorse, the better. Unless of course the Fairness Doctrine is re-instated, right?

Posted by Humms on July 10, 2009 at 9:09 AM

Re: “Clyburn health care forum gets the attention of Teabaggers

Well it does matter.

Those very same talking heads and GOP leaders who now embrace the Tea Parties rejected Paul in the past, and by the past, I mean last year.

They dissed the Ron Paul Revolution in 2007-2008, but now, well, they're all for it. Until 2011-12 when they'll give Paul the cold-shoulder again.

Poor guy can't catch a break.>>CH

Actually, it is my belief that the "talking heads" viewed Ron Paul as I did...too extremist in his agenda for the mainstream. Which extremism has been more harmful to this country? If Ron Paul runs in 2012 he'll likely get my vote. As for the media, they seem to be controlling the populace so it seems to me the sooner we channel them to a candidate and the earlier and stronger they endorse, the better. Unless of course the Fairness Doctrine is re-instated, right?

Posted by Humms on July 10, 2009 at 9:08 AM

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