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February 23, 2008



huh... how'd you guess? fit's me to a "T". minus the welding and coal stuff.


secondly, yes, he's got a point worth making.


Although it would be nice to think there's a chance to keep the Dem's out of office in Nov., I just don't see it happening. The AWM caricature is like reading a horoscope – there are parts that resonates with everyone. I think George Bush has made enough mistakes in these last 8 years that it will be some years before Conservatives are back in the White House.

Mike Erickson

Angry? No. Disgusted? Yes. Call me a DWB.

Mr. Hubbell has a point, but the AWM won't get what he wants this election. If the AWM ". . . isn’t looking for anything from anyone — just the promise to be able to make his own way on a level playing field," he better not be looking for it from the three likely candidates. He'd better be prepared to shell out even more in tax dollars to those who believe it's the government's money, not ours (or, as I believe, God's).

chris corwin

you people need to spend more time in the ghetto with angry black men.

chris corwin

"...he remembers..."

what happened to "love keeps no record of wrongs." ?

does the bible not really mean that?

Resident Atheist

The horoscope analogy is a great one, Ben.

Am I angry? Yes. Am I white? Extremely. Am I a man? Technically, yes, but my wife thinks otherwise. But am I an AWM? Nope. Some of these items touch a nerve, but there is definitely an undercurrent of bigotry here that I do not agree with.

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