David's comment history

David said...

This story just keeps getting better. A character is right!

August 4, 2010 at 8:30 a.m.
David said...


Obama is Constitutionally required to take care that the laws are faithfully enforced. Even the laws he doesn`t like or approve of. If he caannot do the job, if he does not have the temperment to be President of the United States, he should resign and move on to something he would enjoy, like late night talk show host!

August 2, 2010 at 6:51 p.m.
David said...

Basil Marceaux is being wronged here. He does not intend to hurt any person on this Earth. He at least has the courage to stand up and state what he believes in. We here on this blog sure dont intend to run for office, do we? Lay off Basil and enjoy his show. We are, in a way, all blessed to listen and enjoy it. But please dont make fun of a brave man and a veteran to boot. God Bless You Basil.

August 2, 2010 at 3:20 p.m.
David said...

I believe Bennett is being pretty darn deceptive calling Wamp, Irion and Smith nutjob wackos. Notice that Haslam and Gobble are portrayed as sensible, good people. Haslam is a Bloomberg Democrat, just as deceitful as Bennett, who needs Bloomberg to tell him what to do and think about the evil guns protected by the 2nd Amendment. My God, what on Earth persuaded Haslam to drop out? Why, he wants to help Bloomberg bring his version of governance to Tennessee along with Naifah and the ACLU. Gobble I heard on the radio , calmly presiding over a discussion of why the nut case Republicans have hacked over the fine word earmarks, and Gobble agrees with these Democrats, just like any good liberal would. Get Real. If you dont like Republicans, dont run as Republicans. We sure don`t need the likes of those two men in this party, much less our State Government. Bennett is a real good Democrat, a better Democrat than an honest journalist-cartoonist or whatever he is!

August 2, 2010 at 1 p.m.

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