Many of my fellow volunteers in various organizations made really mean slams at conservatives. Once in a while, I'd pop off and tell them how I felt. None of them respected my right to hold my own opinions.
Consequently, my admiration of many liberals is remarkably restrained, if not nonexistent. For the people who supposedly are the warm and fuzzy, lovely people, they aren't always so nice.
I feel people that spout their talking points without really thinking about it, on either side of the aisle, need to do some serious thinking.
Back on track, has anyone see these? Here I Am, Rock You Like A Herman Cain
What I've heard out of Cain on the radio tells me he's far and away a better option then four more years of O. He's got business experience and common sense, two traits in sickeningly short supply all over D.C. right now. Is he electable? That's the $64 question isn't it?
BTW WWW, it's not hard to look into a camera, or a person's face and speak the truth with a straight face. Hence libs love of the internet. They can stop typing long enough to let the giggles out, then return to spewing.
4:25 in the video......he says it 4 f'in times
From the little I've seen thus far I am leaning towards Cain. I am looking forward to more debates. VP?? I would prefer him at the top of ANY ticket at this point, but time will tell.
I suggest you write "I respect the opinions of others, and always try to understand their point of view" on the blackboard 1,000 times. Then meditate and internalize it.:)
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