ChattyinLA's comment history

ChattyinLA said...

Who needs to endorse Weston before the haters stop judging from a distance? How many people reading this have actually met Weston? My guess is only one (and I apologize, that wasn't the best circumstance). How many people reading this went to the debate last night? There is so much negative energy in politics and there doesn't have to be. At least Weston isn't blaming Obama for all our problems like many Fox News die hards. He owns up to the fact that both parties share fault and until we can just swallow a little humble pie and admit that we aren't perfect we are never going to fix this country.

May 22, 2012 at 5:51 p.m.
ChattyinLA said...

My name is Allan Davis and I have worked with Weston for about 18 months. I'm 33 years old and I've never voted for anything because I didn't believe it mattered who got elected. I wanted to hate the guy before I met him but over the past 18 months I've come to know and respect him. He has inspired me and I will be casting the first vote of my life for him in August.

April 4, 2012 at 2:27 p.m.
ChattyinLA said...

Before everyone rushes to judgement let’s all just take a chill pill and wait to hear what he has to say. This is a long process for a reason. As for comments about him being too young? We aren’t talking about replacing everyone in DC with teenagers. DC should represent the people and people in their 20’s are responsible for some of the greatest idea’s in our history. Thomas Edison’s first patent was when he was 22 (ironically it was the electric vote recorder). The Beatles appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show when they were 24. Einstein came up with a little thing called his Theory of Relativity when he was 26. And if it’s “experience” you think is what’s so important in business you clearly don’t know much about it. Steve Jobs (RIP) started Apple (which now has more cash on hand than the US Treasury Dept) when he was 22. Gates started Microsoft when he was 21. Warren Buffet created the investment company that would later evolve into Berkshire Hathaway when he was 26. I could do this all day. Can we all just agree to give this kid a chance before we rush to judgement?

October 9, 2011 at 10:30 p.m.

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