"I believe the economy is, frankly, ready to take off."
Man, he loves the sound of his own name, so I'll play along. Frankly, I can't tell you that he was actually high/drunk/seizing when he said those words, but golly gee, it sure sounds like it. If Barn and his compatriots actually lived in the real world with any of us for 24 hours, they would have a clue bigger than their brain's power of deduction, which as we can see is almost in the negative numbers.
Barney Frank's brain = < pistachio pudding (he likes the nuts). Who says you'll never use that kind of math in the real world?!
This personal account, by Peter Parente, should end the iman's debate of the mosque being built outside the Ground Zero field of debris. It is an outright lie. Click on the article's map to see for yourself.
Peter is running for office and his site offers this in part:
A Special Election is being held in the city on November 2nd 2010 to find a replacement for Councilman James Stowe who passed away unexpectedly on Aug 4th of this year. Parente, a successful business owner, United States Marine and veteran of Operation Desert Storm is known throughout the city for his active involvement in numerous community events.
Question is, who do you believe? Peter Parente who was onsite to help clear debris, or an iman who wants what he wants when he wants it regardless who it hurts?
Perceived vulgar line that made me LOL! showing just how bad I need a LOL!
"Even among the gays, the right is on the rise."
So that's the new name they've given "it" now: The Right!
Ben Smith, well-played. Perhaps even the gays are saluting you. (and is it just me, but does the term "the gays" seem derogatory?!)