Thursday, October 05, 2006

Call to Action

This is a beautiful call to action. This gentleman did a very nice testimonial for Heath Shuler that I've tried to post on the site, but it isn't showing up. Hopefull this one will post.


Blogger Yellow said...

I have yet to mention Clinton on your blog.

Secondly we can go dollar for dollar on Dem and Rep corruption and sex scandals. Politicians are bums and crooks and those who aren’t soon will be cause the system allows and demands it.

Arguing over who is more corrupt is like arguing where the sky is bluer Montana or Carolina – the point is the sky is blue and politics is corrupt.

Why didn’t you post on yesterdays front page article of the C.O. ? I thought you would take them to task.

10:32 AM, October 05, 2006  
Blogger B. Muse said...

You are wrong. Flat out wrong. Not all politicians are corrupt. The system doesn't demand it and it's lazy voters who want to excuse the behavior or shrug it off saying "they're all corrupt" instead of working for good people to get them elected, informing themselves about how policies really impact their lives and the lives of others in their community and the rest of the country (instead of chanting the party mantra and buying the party talking points) - it's these lazy voters who share the blame with the corrupt politicians - and now - at this time - a HUGE majority are Republicans. I've never said there aren't corrupt Democrats, but your example was a man who wasn't elected to office. Let's look at the people currently in office and the one we can kick out is Robin Hayes. His corruption is tame compared to other Repubs on the Hill, but lying - flat-out completely horizontally LYING to his constituents is bad enough. He deserves to be fired and have his rubber-stamping Republican fanny sent packing. Don't leave it up to other communities to elect good men and women, b/c they might not do it.

I have a long list of articles to write, but just can't get to them all. Real life soccer mom things just seem to get in the way of blogging some days. Other days I get so caught up reading what others have written that I never get around to my own posts. There are some very talented writers out there.

You might not have mentioned Clinton in response to this current scandal, but Hastert did. Of course, it could have been Michael Moore's fault too....that's usually good standby to incite the base.

4:17 AM, October 06, 2006  
Blogger Yellow said...

William J. Jefferson (D-La.) – money in freezer

Rep. John Murtha (D-PA) - reported role as an un-indicted co-conspirator in the Abscam bribery scandal

Alan Mollohan (D-WV) - federal prosecutors have opened an investigation

I could on but……

And let not forget our very own Jim Black and Governor Easley lies, cheats and bums

11:34 AM, October 06, 2006  

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