As the train enters the station
toybox99615 said:Knuck I don't think the little connection to one guy with a legal problem comes close to the reality of the situation. Do you honestly believe a Federal Indictment on 16 counts is a minimal issue? This guy was a major part of Rudy's administration. Rudy wanted to see him as the head of the Homeland Security program.
Either Rudy knew darn well there were issues with this Kerick and simply hid his head while it went on. Or Rudy is so incompetent he could not figure out what was going on. In either case it not an attribute that will serve his campaign well.
Or will you vote? It's a fair question.toybox99615 said:Yea I caught the planted question post. I even made an astute observation and posting on the mess in the other thread on the issue.
I don't have an answer for your question regarding her ability. What I have is an opinion that I'll share. To date I have no real commitment to any of the candidates from either of the two major parties. None of them have shown any great ability while a number of them have shown they are not capable or trustworthy enough.
Meanwhile I don't believe Rudy on this Kerick fiasco. How could he be able to claim he knew nothing of the mans actions?
Obama is just not experienced enough.
McCain is jut to far out of reality; maybe Alzheimer's catching on.
Edwards just seems like he's got some other agenda.
ANd most of the rest are idiots parading around with no real plan to do anything. Gravel and Paul leading that pack.
Now that our religious leaders have started to play divide and conquer it could get a bit more interesting.
Ok fair question. Answer: I honestly don't know at this point, I find I don't want someone who is going to follow in the steps Bush has made. But I don't want someone who can not get things accomplished.roofeditor said:Or will you vote? It's a fair question.
When I find no one worth while I write in a name. Usually my own (or Joe Walsh!). It's a waste but it's principle. I will never, as long as I live, vote for ''the lesser of two evils'' or whatever they're called during that particular election. Plus, that way I can still bitch about whoever wins if I don't like their platform. Sucks but al least we can still do it.toybox99615 said:Ok fair question. Answer: I honestly don't know at this point, I find I don't want someone who is going to follow in the steps Bush has made. But I don't want someone who can not get things accomplished.
I look around and keep seeing things I can not accept in a candidate. Now that the religious clan is making choices it concern me. I'm not against religion but I don't like these endorsements as they represent IMHO that the candidate will bow to the same religious plans of those who endorse them.
So for now no choice in candidates for me. After all these primaries I might pick one. Although I will probably go third party only as an endorsement for additional parties.
compressor#v said:Well knuck at least I got the nuts to list where I'm from. And sometimes we didn't have a choice. But I am legal.
by the way, your avatar leaves out any interesting highlights. Do you choose to stay ghetto. Can you leave without the Fellas speaking bad of you.compressor#v said:Well knuck at least I got the nuts to list where I'm from. And sometimes we didn't have a choice. But I am legal.
compressor#v said:You got something against urban settings? You need a white picket fence to feel sucessful? And I don't need to rely on a few 43 doofus or whatever to 'be in the area" And if you came from the Bronx, then that wise saying about not forgetting where you came from should help temper the chip on your shoulder.