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04/11/2005 in FourBlock | Permalink
El Albacete está siendo una de las notas positivas de este arranque liguero.
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11/23/2013 at 10:02 AM
Actually, you left out Vietnam under Kennedy's Foreign Policy. Kennedy was the one who introduced combat troops into that country and, believe it or not, didn't have an "exit strategy" like the Democrats said should have been in place before we invaded Iraq. It's easy to tell who is old enough to have known about Kennedy versus those who have been spoon-fed from government schools. Kennedy really was not a very effective president.
04/12/2005 at 05:50 PM
No, really, Kennedy was OK. I just get tired of the gushing Kennedy biographies. And Nixon, whatever people might say, did have some good qualities. That's all.
I left out Vietnam under Nixon's Foreign Policy. I'm surprised nobody mentioned it.
Tom McMahon |
04/11/2005 at 09:16 PM
You really thought he was that bad Tom? He was at the very least an inspiration to a lot of people wasn't he? You said you're moderate, but I'm not sure that I have seen you say anything good about a Democrat yet. Not that you are obligated of course, but just wondering what your leanings are. *;-) I'm a Dem, but I actually saw W do something I thought was good today in urging a halt to Israeli settlement expansion.
04/11/2005 at 07:46 PM
Who cares who Kennedy slept with when Nixon screwed the rest of us?
Kennedy: Made people proud of the presidency and the country; thwarted Soviet expansion (nukes in Cuba) that would have destroyed the notion of containment.
Nixon: Secured officed by appealing to the worst in America (middle class euphemisms for racism); continued a lifetime of lieing and deception while in the White House; violated his oath by committing and concealing his crimes; embarrassed the nation at home and abroad and permanently damaged the reputation of the nation and the presidency.
04/11/2005 at 01:30 PM
Yes, unfortunately the train crash was right near us, just a couple of counties away.
What if Dahmer was a member of the Clean Plate Club? Were you, Maven? No? Now, do I put that down in the "Good" column, or the "Bad" column?
I wouldn't be so hard on JFK if there weren't all those gushing biographies being churned out by WGBH Boston. It's bad when you get a more accurate picture by watching Mayor Quimby on The Simpsons.
Tom McMahon |
04/11/2005 at 12:24 PM
Hey, I just saw this story. Isn't this your neck of the woods Tom? http://www.cnn.com/2005/US/04/11/train.crash.ap/index.html
04/11/2005 at 09:31 AM
Well, its a whole lot easier when you are only allowed to pick two characteristics for your comparision. I have a feeling someone could compare Jeffrey Dahmer -vs- me, and pick two good things about him that are bad about me, and make me look worse than a serial killer. :D
04/11/2005 at 09:15 AM
Is that really Kennedy's only legacy? Hmmm...
04/11/2005 at 07:43 AM
But everybody does that!
Tom McMahon |
04/11/2005 at 05:58 AM
You should have used "resigned in disgrace after committing crimes while in office."
04/11/2005 at 12:35 AM
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