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  •  hahahahahahahaha (1+ / 0-)
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    Vicky

    That's AWESOME...that you found all that out! Sucks to be "Plumber Joe" and his new found "celebrity" ...maybe he has some outstanding peternity tets or child support that people can track him down for....

    This is great!

    •  schaudenfreude (2+ / 0-)
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      Vicky, alkalinesky

      is fun but ugly.

      "Conservatism is everyone you never wanted to grow up to be." -Paul Waldman

      by Kaity on Thu Oct 16, 2008 at 09:06:36 AM PDT

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    •  He didn't ask for this (0+ / 0-)

      Obama showed up one day in his yard and he asked Obama a question.  Obama gave an answer that was, let's say, insightful.  If McCain showed up on your doorstep and asked a question of you, and McCain's answer was, let's say, insightful, and all of a sudden, you were being attacked across the internet for asking a question...what would your take be?

      Or better yet, let's stop with the hypotheticals and ask a real question.  When Graeme Frost gave the Democrat's weekly response to Bush's address in 2007 regarding SCHIP, people like Michelle Malkin and Rush Limbaugh dug into the personal (but public) information of his family.  Did you think that was fair?  Did you think that was "AWESOME"?  Or did you think that was below the belt?  Because I can point out one thing-Graeme Frost and his family did a lot more to push themselves into the public eye than this guy.  He gave a political speech.  This guy asked a question in his own yard.  And yet, when the far right found out that family's information, they were excoriated (rightly so).

      So, my question is, do you agree with this kind of action and activity at all times, or only when it helps you?

      Conservative since 1992. Open-minded since birth.

      by ShowMe on Fri Oct 17, 2008 at 02:30:20 PM PDT

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