Monthly Archives: September 2008

Palin is ill-equipped, clueless, and unprepared

In my earlier postings on the prospective presidential candidates’ views and effectiveness in bringing concrete change, I looked at the Democrat’s team as well as McCain. This posting intends to look at Palin, the Republican’s VP hopeful. Again, I intend … Continue reading

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McCain and the Righteous Empire

Following my earlier posting on the Democratic presidential hopefuls, I intend to look at how capable the Republican contenders are in bringing substantive change, if at all. Here are few facts on McCain:

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Joe Biden: The Politics-As-Usual Cynicism of the Democratic Party

In the first part of the current four parts series on facts about the prospective presidential candidates, I focused on the Democrats presidential hopeful; Obama. Let us look now at Joe Biden and his “illustrious” records. Biden joined McCain in … Continue reading

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9/11 Seven Years Later, and Questions Remain

“Why have so few academics and technical experts, such as physicists and engineers, raised questions about the 9/11 gruel that the government has pushed?  Why so little investigation and research about this pivotal event in world history?” – Dr. Morgan … Continue reading

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Obama: The Same Bloody Old Interventionist Story, but in a New Wrap

A few weeks ago I attended a meeting to listen to a group of extremely excited Obama supporters discuss the wanders of Obama’s candidacy and the profound change that will sweep this country as the consequence of Obama’s possible election … Continue reading

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An Open Letter to Michael Moore from God

In response to “An Open Letter to God from Michael Moore“ In my Name (the most powerful and most merciful God) Dear Mr. Moore: I was delighted to receive your letter and noted its content. Although I am happy to … Continue reading

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