Very well stated. they are like a bunch of whiny brats crying and arguing over stupid stuff, when they should be working together to get things fixed. You are also correct in your statement about gas prices and such. I seem to remember that gas prices doubled from the time Clinton left office to the time Bush left office. Somebody check the facts for me please.
Originally Posted by mngundog
[QUOTE]People say if you don't like your job, quit. If you don't like the neighborhood you live in, move. If you don't like the town you live in, move to a different town. So if you don't like the way the president is handling things, Throw your hat in the ring and run for president. Once you get elected, you can wave your magic wand and fix everything overnight that took decades to mess up. Do we really believe that one person can fix all the problems of our country? As long as we have a 2 party system with polar opposite beliefs, we are not going to make any progress toward fixing things. We need people in office that will put all of their differences aside and work together toward a resolution. My employer tells us that anybody can point fingers and lay blame, but true leaders will come to the table with solutions.[/QUOT
The way our government has dictated the rules of warfare for the last 50 or 60 years, I am very surpised that our fighting men and woman are not dressed in red.