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Bayou Magic
01-12-2010, 12:52 PM
Is there a leader on the horizon who can connect with and unify the majority of the American people and stop the American society from its freefall into bankruptcy and socialism? Anybody???

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subroc
01-12-2010, 12:57 PM
no


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BonMallari
01-12-2010, 01:09 PM
I think its up to the American public to take back the country and send a message to politicians and special interest groups that we arent going to put up with their crap anymore..the American poitician has to be put on notice that they work for us and not themselves...it may take a mini revolution of sorts, but this country is too diverse to be led by one person or one entity, I just hope the country is able to see it before its too late

dnf777
01-12-2010, 01:12 PM
Ron Paul or his son. They're a little bit crazy, but a one-term "reset" type president might do us some good.

huntinman
01-12-2010, 01:14 PM
ABO...anybody but Obama

Bubba
01-12-2010, 02:15 PM
http://www.cnn.com/2009/POLITICS/11/11/michele.bachmann/index.html

Bet the ranch regards

Bubba

road kill
01-12-2010, 02:18 PM
I think its up to the American public to take back the country and send a message to politicians and special interest groups that we arent going to put up with their crap anymore..the American poitician has to be put on notice that they work for us and not themselves...it may take a mini revolution of sorts, but this country is too diverse to be led by one person or one entity, I just hope the country is able to see it before its too late

There is more truth there than you think!!
Like the man said, "it's not Ted Kennedy's seat, it's the people's seat!!"


rk

mjh345
01-12-2010, 04:02 PM
Ron Paul or his son. They're a little bit crazy, but a one-term "reset" type president might do us some good.

You may be confusing crazy with honest, although I'm sure honesty would appear crazy in D.C.

brandywinelabs
01-12-2010, 04:03 PM
Yes Michelle Bachman is impressive. So is Cheney's daughter.
Both very intelligent and well spoken.

Franco
01-12-2010, 04:18 PM
At this point, anyone other than a Democrat or Sarah Palin!

Palin would ensure 4 more years of Obama.

Bayou Magic
01-13-2010, 01:01 PM
Any thoughts on Thune?

http://news.yahoo.com/s/politico/20100113/pl_politico/31431

huntinman
01-13-2010, 03:08 PM
Any thoughts on Thune?

http://news.yahoo.com/s/politico/20100113/pl_politico/31431

Frank, he seems like a good guy. Problem is he is like watching paint dry. We need somebody who can fire up the people... I disagree with Franco. I don't think Palin would guarantee 4 more years of Osama, I mean Obama. It's only been a year and people are starting to see the monster they created.

Bayou Magic
01-13-2010, 03:11 PM
Frank, he seems like a good guy. Problem is he is like watching paint dry. We need somebody who can fire up the people... I disagree with Franco. I don't think Palin would guarantee 4 more years of Osama, I mean Obama. It's only been a year and people are starting to see the monster they created.


Maybe, but the real question is 'How is Ammo doing?'

fp

huntinman
01-13-2010, 03:17 PM
Maybe, but the real question is 'How is Ammo doing?'

fp

Hey Frank, sent you a pm...

Buzz
01-13-2010, 03:34 PM
Yes Michelle Bachman is impressive. So is Cheney's daughter.
Both very intelligent and well spoken.

Bachman is a loon.

What has Liz Cheney ever done but be one of Dick Cheney's progeny?
I'm wondering why we have to be subjected to her opinions on the TV machine.

huntinman
01-13-2010, 03:44 PM
Bachman is a loon.

What has Liz Cheney ever done but be one of Dick Cheney's progeny?
I'm wondering why we have to be subjected to her opinions on the TV machine.

Buzz, so that's you whole game? Just bash every female republican as a loon or dunce? All you have to do is google Liz Cheney to see that she has extensive foreign policy experience and if I'm not mistaken, both she and Bachman are attorneys. They don't just give them the degree.

If you think these republican ladies are so bad, have you listened to Nancy Pelosi, Barbara Boxer, Michelle Obama or Patty Murray lately?

As for being subjected to their opinions on tv, do you know how to work a remote?

YardleyLabs
01-13-2010, 04:08 PM
Buzz, so that's you whole game? Just bash every female republican as a loon or dunce? All you have to do is google Liz Cheney to see that she has extensive foreign policy experience and if I'm not mistaken, both she and Bachman are attorneys. They don't just give them the degree.

If you think these republican ladies are so bad, have you listened to Nancy Pelosi, Barbara Boxer, Michelle Obama or Patty Murray lately?

As for being subjected to their opinions on tv, do you know how to work a remote?
Actually, Bachmann received her JD degree from Oral Roberts University which was noted for having a terrible program that it closed in 1986. On her own web site Bachmann doesn't even say where she earned her law degree. To be fair, she subsequently went on to study tax law at William & Mary.

huntinman
01-13-2010, 04:16 PM
Actually, Bachmann received her JD degree from Oral Roberts University which was noted for having a terrible program that it closed in 1986. On her own web site Bachmann doesn't even say where she earned her law degree. To be fair, she subsequently went on to study tax law at William & Mary.

So what's you point?

BonMallari
01-13-2010, 04:52 PM
Actually, Bachmann received her JD degree from Oral Roberts University which was noted for having a terrible program that it closed in 1986. On her own web site Bachmann doesn't even say where she earned her law degree. To be fair, she subsequently went on to study tax law at William & Mary.

Jeff ,please tell me that someone who is Ivy league educated as yourself isnt looking down their nose at someone because they received their law degree from somewhere other that the Big 5....I used to buy into the hype that where you got your degree mattered more than who got the degree and what they did with it, but as dnf777 will probably attest to somone who got their MD from medical school ABC isnt necessarily a better doctor than he is with a degree from XYZ

Hew
01-13-2010, 05:08 PM
...someone who got their MD from medical school ABC isnt necessarily a better doctor than he is with a degree from XYZ
If your life was on the line would you rather see a University of Karachi MD sheepskin on your doc's wall or a Johns Hopkins MD? ;-)

BonMallari
01-13-2010, 05:36 PM
If your life was on the line would you rather see a University of Karachi MD sheepskin on your doc's wall or a Johns Hopkins MD? ;-)

you must be pretty healthy and havent seen a doctor lately, there are a whole lot of doctors from very reputable foreign medical schools, that are recognized as some of the tops in their fields....and if my life is on the line I want Dr.Ric Martin from Texas Tech and Baylor Medical school with a scalpel in his hand :D

K.Bullock
01-13-2010, 05:36 PM
If your life was on the line would you rather see a University of Karachi MD sheepskin on your doc's wall or a Johns Hopkins MD? ;-)

I would rather operate on myself than let an Oral Roberts grad do it..

...if they had a medical school, i am assuming they don't.

dnf777
01-13-2010, 05:57 PM
Jeff ,please tell me that someone who is Ivy league educated as yourself isnt looking down their nose at someone because they received their law degree from somewhere other that the Big 5....I used to buy into the hype that where you got your degree mattered more than who got the degree and what they did with it, but as dnf777 will probably attest to somone who got their MD from medical school ABC isnt necessarily a better doctor than he is with a degree from XYZ

I will agree with that Bon for the most part. You get out of an education what you put into it. With certain exceptions though, getting IN to a prestigious graduate school is often more telling of one's credentials and abilities that getting OUT of one. Having said that, if you had to have an operation by a random surgeon from either Johns Hopkins or Oral Roberts.....which would you rather take your chances with?

BTW, why are we insulting loons? They're beautiful birds who are wonderful to listen to.

road kill
01-13-2010, 06:10 PM
Jeff ,please tell me that someone who is Ivy league educated as yourself isnt looking down their nose at someone because they received their law degree from somewhere other that the Big 5....I used to buy into the hype that where you got your degree mattered more than who got the degree and what they did with it, but as dnf777 will probably attest to somone who got their MD from medical school ABC isnt necessarily a better doctor than he is with a degree from XYZ

I have stated this many times and I am more than happy to drive the point home again.

To the elitest secular progressives that are driving the Democratic party today total wisdom lies within Harvard/Yale (the big 5).

To right wing extremist nut cases (like myself) total wisdom lies within God.

Who do you trust with your soul??
Some big 5 elitest progressive or God?



rk

K G
01-13-2010, 06:28 PM
Honestly, I'd rather have someone from the Big 5 who believes in God....;-)

Or...someone like Dr. Ric Martin who believes in God....:D

But that's just me....:cool:

kg

YardleyLabs
01-13-2010, 08:15 PM
Jeff ,please tell me that someone who is Ivy league educated as yourself isnt looking down their nose at someone because they received their law degree from somewhere other that the Big 5....I used to buy into the hype that where you got your degree mattered more than who got the degree and what they did with it, but as dnf777 will probably attest to somone who got their MD from medical school ABC isnt necessarily a better doctor than he is with a degree from XYZ
There are first tier, second tier, etc., law schools. However, the Oral Roberts Law School was no tier at all. It lost its accreditation in 1981, five years prior to Bachmann's graduation in 1986, the final year of operation (The library and records were transferred to a new school in Virginia Beach that was finally accredited in 1996). I do look down on someone attending a law school that didn't qualify as a law school at all.

PS: Anyone trusting their soul to an attorney might as well get the fires burning.

huntinman
01-14-2010, 08:35 AM
There are first tier, second tier, etc., law schools. However, the Oral Roberts Law School was no tier at all. It lost its accreditation in 1981, five years prior to Bachmann's graduation in 1986, the final year of operation (The library and records were transferred to a new school in Virginia Beach that was finally accredited in 1996). I do look down on someone attending a law school that didn't qualify as a law school at all.

PS: Anyone trusting their soul to an attorney might as well get the fires burning.

OBambi is an attorney

road kill
01-14-2010, 09:18 AM
There are first tier, second tier, etc., law schools. However, the Oral Roberts Law School was no tier at all. It lost its accreditation in 1981, five years prior to Bachmann's graduation in 1986, the final year of operation (The library and records were transferred to a new school in Virginia Beach that was finally accredited in 1996). I do look down on someone attending a law school that didn't qualify as a law school at all.

PS: Anyone trusting their soul to an attorney might as well get the fires burning.
Then why do you??

What is President Obama's degreed field??:D

rk

YardleyLabs
01-14-2010, 10:18 AM
Then why do you??

What is President Obama's degreed field??:D

rk
Hiring a guy to be President is a far cry from pledging one's soul. We've hired and fired a lot of Presidents in our nation's history. Happily the country has outlasted every one of them so far. It was touch and go with the last one and may be touch and go with the current one, but so far I think the country is still stronger than its leaders.

road kill
01-14-2010, 12:44 PM
Hiring a guy to be President is a far cry from pledging one's soul. We've hired and fired a lot of Presidents in our nation's history. Happily the country has outlasted every one of them so far. It was touch and go with the last one and may be touch and go with the current one, but so far I think the country is still stronger than its leaders.
I agree, I think this administration is finding that out with thier Nationalized Socialized healthcare debacle.


rk

Gerry Clinchy
01-15-2010, 05:43 AM
I do look down on someone attending a law school that didn't qualify as a law school at all.


I believe one can become an attorney in PA by passing the Bar exam, as long as they have a "sponsor" . (at least was so in the past) No law school required. Think I'd have to look "up" to someone who could do that :-)