Here’s to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The troublemakers. The round pegs in the square holes.
The ones who see things differently. They’re not fond of rules. And they have no respect for the status quo. You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify or vilify them.
About the only thing you can’t do is ignore them. Because they change things. … They push the human race forward. …
While some see them as the crazy ones, we see genius. Because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do.
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With regard to the draft dodging, I have no complaints. The soldiers don’t fight for liberty and freedoms for Americans, but for the powers that be now in the Obama administration, under which the U.N. controls the money because it’s a war starter. It is all for profit and greed of the one-percenters! These boys come home mangled, no legs, arms and faces and are not taken care of properly. I say stop the wars, and there won’t be any draft dodgers!
Your coverage of Obama’s weird birth issue is correct, and I encourage and pray for your success in creating nationwide attention for that issue!
However, your negativity toward Romney’s election prospects, I think, is excessively negative! It i too discouraging and can hurt us Republicans by giving us negative vibes!
The fact is: Romney was overall the strongest candidate of those running, since he can pull more votes out of the Northeast and Midwest/Great Lakes than Rick Santorum, who lost his own re-election bid for the Senate. Romney’s regional deficits can be made up by his vice-presidential candidate, ... continue reading »
I, for one, may be the only one who will write his name in on the ballot. I wish I could talk to him about how important it is for him to run. Just look at what is going to happen if this guy gets in.
I am really tired of the other two parties, and I think it is time for an independent to be in office. I would like for it to be Mitch Daniels.
Was there a memo submitted to all the conservative talk-show radio hosts instructing them not to discuss the Arpaio cold case posse investigation? It seems that way. No one will even bring it up.
Mark Levin finally brought up Arpaio’s name yesterday but only in connection with the feds’ lawsuit. As a sharp lawyer he could have surmised and suggested to the audience that part of the reason for the suit was the Obama investigation, but he wouldn’t say anything about it. At one point in the evening he asked his call screener to clear the phone board of all the callers on hold and start over. I guess he didn’t li ... continue reading »
Regarding the suit against Sheriff Joe Arpaio, I believe this is just one more thing Holder is throwing up as a smokescreen to prevent Congress from finding out that he is responsible for the guns in the hands of the drug cartels killing our agent and so many innocent Mexican people.
I find it outrageous that Holder is not held accountable.