Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Just exactly who are they talking about

I have found some interesting quotes from some talk show host on both sides of the aisle and I thought it quite interseting how you can use the quote for either political party president.

“Is the president purposefully using propaganda and hyperbole to garner the American public for support?” Are we talking about Bush the elder, Bush the younger, Clinton, or perhaps (PEBO) President Elect Barack Obama

“Why should one U.S. airman give up his life when our national security is not in imminent danger?” Good question are we talking about Iraq or Somilia?

“trying to get every tax dollar for every pork barrel project.” republican or democrat?

"If Thomas Jefferson thought taxation without representation was bad, he should see how it is with representation." Which political party controlled congress at this point

"If you commit a crime, you're guilty." perhaps one should be careful on what becomes a crime

There's a simple way to solve the crime problem: obey the law; punish those who do not. see above

“Mistakes are a part of being human. Appreciate your mistakes for what they are: precious life lessons that can only be learned the hard way. Unless it's a fatal mistake, which, at least, others can learn from.” Words to live by

“He'd be natural liberal Senator. Nobody listens to him.”

"And yet, if we don't, first and foremost, act responsibly with the national tax dollars that we have, we can't properly address those regional priorities that we would like to." which side of the political aisle does this one come from?

By overhauling current rules and speeding the entry of competitors in the market, we encourage competition and provide our constituents with new choices and cheaper bills." see the same question above

I found this exercise quite enlightening as both sides of the political spectrum use the same language to keep their voters coming back for more.

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