I read the Boyle article earlier and now this one. The world would be a better place if my immediate heirs had shut down both papers. I'm getting nauseous spinning in my grave. What a load of claptrap! Yeah, we all need to take responsibility for the Crusades which has made all of these, otherwise wonderful human beings, very very mad at us. If we can just accept these folks as fellow inhabitants of our blue planet who hate our guts and want to destroy everyone of us, we can feel much better about ourselves.
What a confused young man!
OMG! A cartoon remotely critical of BO.
Just saw the recording of the giant thug strong arming and robbing a small shop keeper. Who started the gentle giant narrative? Of course, a strong arm robbery is not a capital offense but shows just how violent the "gentle giant" could be.
Weston Wamp: Born on third and thought he hit a triple. Young Wamp's non concession concession is consistent. His father's snarling non concession concession when he was badly beat by Haslam lead to Jr's not conceding at all in the 2012 race which lead to his petulant whining concession call. Kim and Zach are to blame for his arrogance.
As Weston is reported to have said when it was suggested he run for some local races first, "Why would a thoroughbred run with mules?"
My God! What happened to my editorial page? I'm gone for a few years and the paper goes down the tubes. It's not an editorial page: It's been a two month long whine. Oh that poor young unqualified Weston Wamp! We can't get a Democrat elected in the 3rd, so we'll try to elect the platitude spewing dilettante son of an unregistered lobbyist.
"Only" a minority of Muslims want to kill Christians, Jews, Buddhists, other Muslims not of their sect, atheists, agnostics, Mormons, Wickens, etc. At last count, there were 1.6 billion (Pew research) Muslims. Let's say a minority of 5% want to kill or convert at the end of sword or Kalashnikov everyone else. That would be 80 million religion crazed homicidal maniacs loose on this earth. Unfortunately for the rest of humanity, that number sounds about right. It only took 19 of them to kill 3000 Americans.
Oh no! The liberals' constant conundrum: What to do when confronted by evil in this world. It's tough when you're constantly telling yourself and others that we're all civilized and we can all just get along if we just sit down and reason with each other. I suppose it's very difficult when you have no moral or philosophical absolutes and you just can't understand others who do.
Zach funded the lock with earmarks which, as much as Zach decried them, got what work was done on the lock funded. As you are aware, earmarks no longer exist so this constant whining about Fleischmann not funding the lock is a red herring. He did lead legislation through that will eventually get the lock funded but not in the time frame you'll be happy with. As a recall the legislation was passed in a bipartisan vote. In another 10 years when he's hung around congress as long as Zach did, he might be able to bring more bacon home if we haven't gone broke by then.
G'ger: Is your criticism of Fleishmann based on that he isn't conservative enough because he voted with Obama 1/4 of the time? I thought Weston's criticism of Fleischmann was that he never reaches across the aisle. Voting with the Organizer in Chief 1/4 of the time would seem to indicate that he can compromise and might be (perish the thought!) somewhat moderate. On the other hand, Weston's handlers have him tacking right and left depending on whose endorsement he's seeking. As the son of an eight (seems like I recall he promised only 6) term congressman, it's nice to see he was observant and learned a political lesson here and there. Although, I think in the 3rd district, having the left hand side of the paper endorse you and encourage Dems to vote for you might prove to be a negative. I agree with Headrick's self-serving comment that it is "despicable" for Dems or Reps to vote in the other party's primaries unless, of course, it gets my candidate elected!
Fleischmann's qualifications have been continuously documented. However, as someone as hyperbolic as you appear to be and as much of a Wamp acolyte as your postings indicate, I doubt it is possible for you to consider Fleischmann's qualifications objectively or sanely, for that matter. However, I do have to hand it to Weston that he was able to get Rick Santorum and both sides of the paper to endorse him. One, two or all three of those endorsers would be disappointed with him as congressman.
So, what's your prediction in terms of the primary vote?