Discussion in 'Political Discussion' started by FreeTedWilliams, Jun 1, 2007.
I can only hope that one of those jobs is a spellchecker!
Maybe she used these guys to make the sign:
That's pretty pathetic. Years ago, I attended a student-run forum featuring a few New York State Assemblyman. Attached to the table in front of them, were signs with their names. The person who wrote the signs, realizing there was not enough space to put "Assemblyman," instead abbreviated it "Ass."
This fits nicely with the story of Hillary flunking the Bar examine. :singing:
To her credit, Hillary actually acknowledged flunking the DC bar exam in her book, Living History:
I had taken both the Arkansas and Washington, D.C., bar exams during the summer, but my heart was pulling me towards Arkansas. When I learned that I had passed in Arkansas but failed in D.C., I thought maybe my test scores were telling me something. I spent a lot of my salary on my telephone bills and was so happy when Bill came to see me over Thanksgiving. We spent our time exploring Boston and talking about our future.
Why is it "to her credit" to admit something that either everyone knows or would be coming out anyway..?
Well, liberals would never make a big deal about a misspelling... like a Republican reading a flash card with the misspelled word "potatoe" (sic.) on it... they would never draw any attention to such a thing... no, not them...
Because Bernstein presented it is news, when it fact it's four years old.
Well, I think what Quayle did -- to correcting a sixth grader's spelling of "potato" by offering the incorrect spelling is a lot different. Now, if Hillary had written the sign or corrected a kid with the wrong spelling, it would have gotten a lot more attention.
Of course you think it's different - Quayle is a Republican and Hillary is a democrat. So that's all the difference in the world as far as you're concerned.
Who is this Tom Morrow? Brother of Rob Morrow? And why is Hillary promising him new jobs? Isn't one job enough? And why is she broadcasting it to the world at a high-tech conference? I know she's quite the socialist, but Jeebus is she a micromanager or what?
Ah, that's what you want to believe, just as you remembered the "potatoe" incident incorrectly, as having to do with his reading of flash cards. (I don't blame you, thought; it seems like a lot of Republicans are having faulty memories lately.)
Gee... a ridiculously irrelevant incident that took place about 15 years ago... yeah, I am really ashamed of not remembering it correctly
Of course for liberals, it was the greatest moment of the century, so no wonder it occupies such a prominent spot in your limited intellect.
You're the one who's trying to draw the analogy. I haven't thought about Quayle in years. Get over it already.
That's no surprise because he was a decent guy that got unfairly smeared by you and your people. But I guess you just slash, burn and forget. Just a little politics of personal destruction from the radical left. Typical.
Ah, yes, I think it's called Swiftboating. (Beyond that, I suggest you read about Lee Atwater and learn about the start of dirty modern politics.)
Get over it already
That was different and hillarious.
He was a decent guy, just a little dopey.
That is about the best j-o-b title you can get!!!!
Its abstract. The extra m symbolizes Money. All the extra money you'll get with your new job. You people shouldn't be so literal.
Just out of curiousity, what exactly did I remember incorrectly...? I watched your little video and I saw him standing there in a classroom the school's flash cards in his hands. So what part of "a Republican reading a flash card with the misspelled word "potatoe" (sic.) on it..." was incorrect..?
Post Script: I always found it amusing how the kid adds the "e", every adult in the room applauds him for it, but Dan Quayle somehow takes all the blame
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