Monthly Archives: September 2012

“I’m not concerned about the very poor. We have a safety net there.” —Mitt Romney (January 2012)

Isn’t a net just a mesh with holes in it! Advertisements

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Romney can file an amended return and get reimbursed for the rest of his contributions. And couldn’t he also tailor his return for public consumption in all sorts of other ways and later amend it quietly to make it legal?

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How much can one know about someone else’s religion? Not enough to claim knowledge!

During last night’s Rosh Hashanah service, the Rabbi, in his sermon, referred to Paul saying that Jesus did away with the law. A common view surely, but the reality is certainly not so cut and dried. When we are not … Continue reading

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Romney’s Libya Charge Caught Him in the “Pathological Liar Trap”

When Governor Romney prematurely weighed in on the press release made by the embassy in Libya and intentionally and blatantly misrepresented the meaning of the statement, he was just continuing a pattern of lying and intentional misinterpretation that has been … Continue reading

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Obama is now ahead with men! And it’s not just a bounce. It’s a big deal!

Men now favor President Obama by one percentage point over Governor Romney, 48% to 47%, according to a three day CNN | ORC poll taken immediately following the Democratic Convention. Although well within the 3.5% margin of error, it is … Continue reading

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Voter ID after the Election

There has been no shortage of attention to programs in various states to establish voter ID requirements, and the nefarious purpose of those requirements. But has there been any attention to how those ID’s will be used after the elections? … Continue reading

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