A Nurse with a Gun

Wednesday, November 05, 2008

From the WSJ


Blogger Hyunchback said...

Not a Lurch. He was conservative. You can tell by the bow tie.

We are more like in Thing's evil (Sinister) twin. Thing was from the Right. His evil twin, however, was Left all the way.

6:11 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Once it was evident the McCain campaign hadn't a clue as to how they were being smothered, nor how to quickly and effectively respond, the fact that the forthcoming Senate and House "representatives" of the people for the people became much more a concern than Obama.
May they (and there's a fairly long list I have of those I am very leery of) prove me wrong, but based on their past voting records and recent (2004 to present) background to foreground involvement in the financial mess and other gone to pot issues they bark off as W's fault, I'm concerned my grandchildren will not grow up with a chance to have the type of identity tie to the United States that I had growing up.
And it isn't one of arrogance and intolerance the rest of the world and many of the left paint. It is one similar to the quote you used from Adams.

9:44 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

And you can expect gun prices to go up, too.


9:48 AM  
Anonymous sean g said...

America has spoken.

Overwhelmingly, whether one likes it or not.

Truly an exciting race.

Both Obama and McCain are good men. McCain's concession was elegant, graceful, and befitting the statesman he is. Obama's acceptance was eloquent and inspiring, as he has been in the past. All in all, one of the most memorable elections of a lifetime.

God bless America.

10:07 AM  
Blogger Old NFO said...

Ya think maybe???? Somebody needs to put some caffine in those boys half caf, decaf, mocha, latte lights... sigh...

10:58 AM  
Blogger DouginSalcha said...


Got to thinking this morning; I've felt 'disappointment' before but this is an order of magnitude deeper and more profound than what I felt after the election of William Jefferson Clinton. I imagine this is something like what the men and women of the Confederate States felt after Robert E. Lee surrendered to U.S. Grant at Appomattox Court House in April of 1866. I feel a combination of things beginning with shame (for my countrymen), and sorrow (for my country), betrayal by the Democratic National Party (and yes, a little bit of that can go toward the RNC as well) and sense of deep disappointment (for myself), and fear (for the future of my country).

I can understand how a Liberal Socialist Democrat can want the things that Barack Obama espouses but I do not understand how anyone can call themselves a Christian and want those things. You have to violate at least 3 of the 10 Commandments. You cannot want what the wealthy have (that's Covetting), you cannot take what the wealthy possess (that's Stealing), and you cannot support Abortion on Demand (because that's Murder).

3:17 PM  

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