Discussion in 'Political Discussion' started by Fogbuster, Mar 27, 2007.
Very good post. Thanks Buster. I'm with you on this.
Glad you liked it, Wistah. Got a little choked up the Teddy Stallard one, myself.
Frankly, I found it insipid, but then again, as a liberal, I was taught the values the movie promotes at a young age. The concept she's promoting is the liberal "nurture," as opposed to the conservative "authoritarianism," a subject I think we've discussed here before.
I kept waiting for the punchline. I figured the necklace had been dipped in poison or that the little tyke had peed in the perfume bottle
Wow, what a surprise, a good story, and non-politcal thread, made politcal by Mr. You-know-who. How typical.
Nice link Fog.
If you learned something from it, then that's good RW. As for me, it didn't tell me anything I didn't already know or believe.
Great Story Fog.
Glad at least some of you are liking it.
Thought it was a nice change of pace.
He was a poor kid, He was a sad kid, He suffered as a kid, all he had to wrap a present in was a paper bag from Stop & Shop, he had one person that believed in him, he didn't whine about Halliburton, he pulled himself UP, then without the help of the Government, and without the help of "Hillary's Village" he worked his way through his younger years and became a successful Doctor and started a family of his own, all without the help of the Democrats.
Progressive Socialist Far Left Liberals don't want to hear those story's, they prefer to give Rodney King $4 million to shove up his nose.
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