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14 years ago @ GretaWire - open thread ... blog! · 0 replies · +1 points

14 years ago @ GretaWire - open thread ... blog! · 3 replies · +2 points

So BoBO is going on "Spring Break" vacation to Chicago and he we have trouble brewing with South China Sea just after BoBo met with the Chinese leader? U.S. SENDING WARSHIPS?

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/world/us_an...

14 years ago @ GretaWire - open thread ... blog · 0 replies · +1 points

14 years ago @ GretaWire - open thread ... blog · 1 reply · +1 points

Money for what?

14 years ago @ GretaWire - open thread ... blog · 0 replies · +3 points

It is also done by a black artist who has said he has no intention of taking it down. It's only racist if you are white vs. black not black vs. white. The race card is ok to play in reverse - you must have noticed this all during the campaigns?

14 years ago @ GretaWire - open thread ... blog · 1 reply · +4 points

NOPE! Can't wait until 2012! Time to rid D.C. of the Clowns and Puppets.

14 years ago @ GretaWire - open thread ... blog · 7 replies · +1 points

Palin plans 2 events in Indiana
By ANNE SUTTON | Associated Press Writer
2:42 PM CDT, March 12, 2009
JUNEAU, Alaska - Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin plans to use money raised through her political action committee to attend two events in Indiana in mid-April, two days before the end of the Alaska legislative session.

SarahPAC put out a request for donations Wednesday with a message that Palin would soon be traveling the country and working to support leaders who share this vision.

PAC spokeswoman Meghan Stapleton says Palin plans to attend the Vanderburgh County Right to Life dinner in Evansville on April 16 and a breakfast the following day with a group dedicated to special needs children.

Stapleton says committee staff is sifting through thousands of requests for Palin to attend events.

14 years ago @ GretaWire - open thread ... blog · 0 replies · +5 points

Chinese Checkers???

14 years ago @ GretaWire - open thread ... blog · 0 replies · +6 points

Too bad the door didn't hit him in the A$$! TRANSPARENCY must have a new definition in BoBo the clown's world!

14 years ago @ GretaWire - open thread ... blog! · 4 replies · +2 points

Three Democrats followed through on their public statements — stood up to Pelosi and Reid and voted no: Senators McCaskill, Feingold, Bayh. They, along with most of the Republicans, deserve our praise for finally saying enough is enough.

Unfortunately, eight Republican joined the rest of the Democrats in voting yes. They were: Senators Cochran, Wicker, Bond, Murkowski, Alexander, Shelby, Specter, Snowe. All but Wicker and Snowe are appropriators, who expect to bring big time pork to their states. Wicker went along because of the pork Cochran put in for Mississippi, and Snowe, well, she may really just be a Republican in name only.