Thursday, 8/18/11, Public Square


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6 responses to “Thursday, 8/18/11, Public Square

  1. indypendent

    Republicans still have no incentive to create jobs because that would make Obama look good and that is the last thing these buffoons want to do.

    But never fear, the GOP lemmings will sit and applaud their partisan politics, just like they sat and applauded Reagan for his tripling the deficit and GWB giving the privileged few tax cuts and putting two wars on the Chinese Credit Card.

    But the height of all hypocrisy is the Tea Party claiming to be fiscally responsible while advocating the country to default on its debts and become a deadbeat.

    The world has turned upside down and common sense is very rare.

  2. indypendent

    Wow – take a look at the graph in this article. This tells alot as to why our budget is so deep in the red zone.

  3. indypendent

    Interesting article about Rick Perry. I never knew he was involved in that Movie Gallery corporation. IIRC – Movie Gallery has been in trouble over their harassment of collection efforts on the people even while they were in and after their bankruptcy proceedings.

    I used to go to the Movie Gallery off South Rock Road when we lived down that way – I did not know there was porn there. But, then again, I am not exactly the porn type – LMAO

  4. My spouse extraordinaire has two new knees as of late this morning! He came through surgery like a pro, has already been put through his paces by physical therapy, sat on the edge of the bed two times today with those new knees bent. Tomorrow he walks! It is amazing.

    • indypendent

      I wondered where you were yesterday. I MISSED you…

      Glad to hear spouse is doing great. Modern medicine is wonderful – isn’t it?

  5. Quote of the day: “It was we, the people; not we, the white male citizens; nor yet we, the male citizens, but we, the whole people, who formed the Union … Men, their rights and nothing more; women, their rights and nothing less.” – Susan B. Anthony.

    Today marks the 91st anniversary of the ratification of the 19th amendment, which granted women the right to vote.