Monthly Archives: August 2009

IT IS AN OLD POST, BUT STRANGELY CURRENT

In the world of the 24-hour news cycle, news rapidly deteriorates.   That is a shame.  We need to take the time to think.  Remember the stimulus bills and hundreds of billions spent and wasted in a rush? We were also … Continue reading

Posted in Health Care Nationalization, VA-Blogs | 2 Comments

A OPEN TOWN HALL FOR VIRGINIA’S 11TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT

Thanks to our wildly imaginative new congressman, Gerry Connolly, we have had several different types of town hall meetings Electronically shielded town halls with all deflectors up. Town hall fortresses, meetings staged in gated communities. Hit and run town halls, … Continue reading

Posted in candidate support, Health Care Nationalization | 3 Comments

A DIVIDE TOO WIDE TO BRIDGE

I have a page on my blog called Bridge Makers.  It is a rare day I see any post I would consider worthy of calling a bridge maker.   I have never received a nomination.  Why is that?  What divides us?  Why … Continue reading

Posted in Bridge Maker, Tea Party | 2 Comments

WHEN DOES THE PROTECTION OF THE “RIGHTS” OF TERRORISTS BECOME TERRORISM?

Here is today’s edition of Delegate Scott Lingamfelter’s campaign newsletter. L. Scott Lingamfelter Delegate, 31st District Virginia House of Delegates The Desecration of Patriotism I think it’s safe to say that the Obama Administration has reached too far on healthcare … Continue reading

Posted in candidate support, unraveling

AN EXAMPLE OF WHY REPUBLICANS FAIL

I am a Republican.  On occasion, I contribute a small amount of money to the party.    When I do so, I contribute to the local party, and, when I want to attend a state convention, I contribute to the state … Continue reading

Posted in Republican Party