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Senior Contributor

Re: Re:If they think mankind cannot have an impact on nature

I have never seen someone as blindly loyal as you Don.  When it is pointed out by independent reporters that Bush's house is much more green then Gores and has been before being "green" was fashionable you feel the need to attack Bush.  How sad and childish at the same time.    I don't think Bush was a saint and have stated on several occasions that I believe he made many mistakes as president but do give him credit for not falling into the trap like so many other politicians that he is so important that he needs a castle or two to live in.

 

I think it is safe to say that you fool no one with your hypocritical and sheeple statements.  Everyone knows if it was a Repub preaching the sky is falling while at the same time profiting off his scary warnings then you would be singing a far different tune.  I'm beginning to think you were born with blinders on and they will be with you for the rest of your life.

Senior Advisor

Re: Re:If they think mankind cannot have an impact on nature

You might examine your own hypocracy. BTW. It's about time you ran your Gore tome again. Or maybe the slam against Kennedy. Did I tell you that Bush's house is more efficient than Gores house. God bless that George Bush! He really is better than everyone else!

Senior Contributor

Re: Re:If they think mankind cannot have an impact on nature

Like I said how sad and childish.  You have no problem lampooning and complaining about past Repub politicians including deceased ones.  However if someone even mentions news accounts that do not shed a favorable light on a Dem you get all worked up as it goes against your belief that all Dems are as pure as the driven snow while all Repubs are evil and corrupt.  I do like how you believe deceased Dems should be off limits but deceased Repubs are open game.  I have to hand it to you, at least you are consistent.

 

 

Veteran Contributor

Re: Re:If they think mankind cannot have an impact on nature

Kraft is one of those old New Deal Democrats who, because Daddy and Grandpa were democrat then that's the only way to go.  Those types won't face the facts that it was War not the new deal that ended the depression.  They just say " FDR gave daddy a job building **bleep** houses for the WPA so now until eternity I"ll vote democrat".  Pathetic really but also entertaining. 

 

It will be interesting after November to watch these old fart liberals whine and moan and talk about "if only owebama had been given a chance he could have spent us into prosperity".  It will be good for a laugh!

 

Meanwhile it is our duty to save America from socialist like Kraft.

Senior Advisor

Re: Re:If they think mankind cannot have an impact on nature

Mr Kraft, I don't care how much money Big Al makes, how he makes it, how many houses he owns, how much energy he uses or what kind of car he drives. What I care about is the tax he wants to put on energy to pay for it. A vote for a Democrat this fall is a vote for cap and trade, then they will blame the bad economy on the repubs. We don't need a government regulating carbon, telling us we have to buy health insurance, worrying about if we eat fast food, or we have to wear a seatbelt. We need a government  that is willing to protect our borders.