|Reviewed by Patrick Granfors
|If Mickey Mouse ran, he would win by a landslide. Cuz P|
|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|I am sure you will provoke thought (even provoke a lot of folks perhaps), Tom. Thank you for sharing. Love and peace to you,
|Reviewed by Jackie (Micke) Jinks
|Yeah...me, too...about missing the boat. But I've been thinking (always gets me in trouble :o) BUT...what if Obama was allowing/encouraging Romney to "sink" himself with all his own words in 1st debate only to put him on the run in 2nd and 3rd debates. That would be great strategy to test him in #1 (Romney) then knock his legs out from underneath him in 2 and 3!
BTW...it was Teddy Roosevelt who first introduced a "National Healthcare" plan, over 100 years ago, R'pubs voted NO!
I'm filling out my application for Mail-In vote, can't miss this election!!Blessings and Love - Micke
|Reviewed by pat medlin
|i'm with george...'God bless America with a new president that will swear to lead us 'under God' and send the old one back to wherever so he can bow to allah and swear on the quran to ' level the playing field' by making America another 3rd world country belonging to islam. God save us from the egomaniac and those that he's charmed|
|Reviewed by Mr. Ed
|Inherited the Entire Screwed-Up Mess from
BUSH & a Majority Republican Congress ...
Who had 8 YEARS to Screw It All Up!
Funny how the Repos now go out of their way to pretend Junior doesn't exist. Unlike the Demos who paraded former President Clinton before their convention, the Repos were scared to death that Junior might show up. Yet they now want to do what he did, all over again.
|Reviewed by Edward Phillips
|In 75 years when the misguided rhetoric of today has vanished and something approaching the truth emerges, Obama will be ranked second only to Lincoln among our best presidents.|
|Reviewed by Ronald Hull
|I think your take on the facts is right on target. No bone to pick there.
However, your choice of political science as a category should be changed. Politics has never been a science and probably never will because most politicians run on how people “feel” about them and not on the facts. Political science studies politics and does not have a viewpoint other than to try to discern, after-the-fact, why a political strategy or another has merit. As such, it is not a “pure”or “hard” science but a behavioral science.