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I'm not a party loyalist anymore either. What I think needs to be made clear is that those of us who were Republican party extremists are not voting FOR McCain; were merely voting AGAINST Hillary or Obama or anyone else that crawls out of the Democratic woodwork and any independent candidates also. And we're voting Republican not because of any deep-seeded loyalty. We're voting against the Democratic nominee because we know what what he or she will do with the power of the Presidency: he'll or she'll wreck the country.

Contrary to what many think, I think we're at one of those rare moments where people are going to vote for whom they honesty think will better govern the country. Incredibly, the way we're forced to make this choice is by being proffered two admittedly regretable but nevertheless distinguishable candidates, one who probably won't wreck the country (or at least won't do it deliberately), and the other who absolutely, positively will use every possibly means to wreck the country.

And I hope to never have to partake in such a selection again for a long time, if ever.

Comment Posted By ballistic On 10.02.2008 @ 22:06



Here's an issue I've been wanting to bring up for quite awhile, and now seems a good time to do it.

The issue involves Iraq's oil production, and the question is: what happened to it and the billions and billions of dollars the country was raking in?

In a Fox News story aired perhaps a month or two before our latest invasion of Iraq Carl Cameron noted in concluding his segment that the U. S. was buying Iraq's oil to the tune of over 100 million dollars A DAY! And that's just from us.

Presumably Iraq is still a member of the international extorion club known as OPEC. What has happened to Iraq's oil production during the last six years, and what is it's status now? I don't know where to go looking for answer to this question but maybe you have it.

And while we're at it, how about some reimbursement from the Iraqi government to compensate us for all the blood, sweat and tears we've shed in preserving their country.

Your comments on these issues would be greatly appreciated.

Comment Posted By ballistic On 29.11.2007 @ 10:07

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