published Sunday, November 4th, 2012


IF YOU DON'T know who you want for president by now, you should probably restrict your voting to "American Idol."

AS DIFFICULT AS the Electoral College is to swallow, we go to popular vote and the election is California, New York, Florida and Texas. Period.

IF A FOOL and his money are soon parted, why is Donald Trump still wealthy?

THE FREE PRESS endorses Gary Johnson. Really? You might as well give Obama your vote. What an outrage, Drew Johnson!

DREW JOHNSON, thanks to you I am now able to use the words "intelligent" and "conservative" in the same sentence.

DR. DESJARLAIS, sure, it takes two to tango but you don't have to dance!

GEORGE BUSH LIED and people died. People died and Barack Obama lied after the fact.

OF ALL SAD words of tongue or pen, the saddest are these by Barack Hussein Obama, "We are no longer a Christian nation."

WOMEN AND WORKING folks voting for Romney is as crazy as a group of hens voting for a fox to guard their hen house!

SOME CONTRIBUTIONS to super PACs have been hundreds of thousands/millions of dollars. Obviously they can and should pay more taxes. The nation needs it.

OH, ANOTHER PARK in downtown Chattanooga! Be sure to include many benches so our underpaid teachers and undereducated students will have a place to sleep.

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You prefer the vote being Ohio, Ohio, Ohio?

Well, I don't mind missing their advertisements. But maybe we can implement something besides Winnertakes-'all?

And a false attribution to Obama? For shame.

November 4, 2012 at 12:54 a.m.
jjmez said...

"OF ALL SAD words of tongue or pen, the saddest are these by Barack Hussein Obama, "We are no longer a Christian nation.""

Actually, RantER, What President Obama really said was, * "We are no longer JUST a 'Christian' nation, but a nation of many other faiths as well.*

See how those little two letter prepositions and three letter conjunctions or four letter adjectives, adverbs and so on can dramatically change the meaning of a sentence; how they can be used to divide and polarized an entire nation and people when they are purposely and demonically misused or removed? Most of us learned about the power of those pesky little critter words in grade school, while you were apparently sleeping and slobbering spittle on your desk.

November 4, 2012 at 8:41 a.m.
moon4kat said...

Romney won't disclose his tax returns for the last 10 years. If he can't trust us with that basic information; how can we trust him with the country? What is he hiding?
I'll never vote for someone who has so little faith in the American people.

November 4, 2012 at 8:42 a.m.
moon4kat said...

Republican candidates decided they have to lie about President Obama . . . otherwise they wouldn't convince anyone to vote for them. How many people are gullible, ignorant and/or naive enough to buy the GOP's false narrative?

November 4, 2012 at 8:44 a.m.
aae1049 said...

What is really crazy, are people than compare women to hens that need anyone to guard their "hen house." I cannot count the ways I detest the mindless analogy in this rant. "WOMEN AND WORKING folks voting for Romney is as crazy as a group of hens voting for a fox to guard their hen house!"

November 4, 2012 at 1:46 p.m.

Women aren't being compared to hens in any literal sense in that remark, it's Romney who is the focus of the reference.

Now if you find somebody claiming women are a bunch of cackling hens who need to be herded, then you might be onto something.

November 6, 2012 at 12:41 a.m.
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