Sunday, August 15, 2010

Real Or Fake?

Play the game real of fake and see how you did. Democrats give the government way too much credit.


  1. Hey Chris,

    I did play on another blog and got everyone right!

    I guess I pay alot of attention to politics,,lol,,but saves my sanity during football season a sport more useless than congress.

  2. Does The Money We Gave To China Come Off Of Our DEBT? Just Wondering. Prostitutes/Politicans Perfect Fit!

    Robot That Tells Jokes A Good Fit With The Elite 535!

    Turtles Get Pathway Citizens Get What?

    Blackberries To Quit Smoking. Gotta Love Politicans For How They Look Out For Us.

    Stimulus Was This One Of Those Thingys Where No Bill Signed If They Contain "FAT"? Just Wondering.

  3. And the libs want to teach our sons how to have anal sex with each other in sex ed class.

  4. Independents who embraced President Barack Obama's call for change in 2008 are ready for a shift again, and that's worrisome news for Democrats.

    Only 32 percent of those citing no allegiance to either major party say they want Democrats to keep control of Congress in this November's elections, according to combined results of recent Associated Press-GfK polls. That's way down from the 52 percent of independents who backed Obama over Republican Sen. John McCain two years ago, and the 49 percent to 41 percent edge by which they preferred Democratic candidates for the House in that election, according to exit polls of voters.

    Independents voice especially strong concerns about the economy, with 9 in 10 calling it a top problem and no other issue coming close, the analysis of the AP-GfK polls shows. While Democrats and Republicans rank the economy the No. 1 problem in similar numbers, they are nearly as worried about their No. 2 issues, health care for Democrats and terrorism for Republicans.

    Ominously for Democrats, independents trust Republicans more on the economy by a modest but telling 42 percent to 36 percent. That's bad news for the party that controls the White House and Congress at a time of near 10 percent unemployment and the slow economic recovery.

    "People are just struggling, they need a job but there's nowhere to get a job," said independent Leilani Buxman, 55, of Greeley, Colo. Of Obama, she said, "It seems like he talks but he doesn't do anything about it."

    Both parties court independents for obvious reasons. Besides their sheer number - 4 in 10 describe themselves as independents in combined AP-GfK polling for April, May and June - they are a crucial swing group.

  5. Chris,

    I would like to contact you via email but I do not see one in your profile.

    If you would please, visit my blog and contact me via email which can be found on my profile.

    All will be kept in confidence trust me,I do not share emails or their addresses PERIOD, just a better way to communicate than through 'comments' on either one of our blogs.

    I look forward to our communiqué as much needs to be addressed running up to November.

  6. Anon, we only want to teach your son to homosexual anal and oral sex...

  7. Chris,

    I wish to say thanks publically for your responding to my request.

    Chris is one helluva stand-up guy, we may have very slight and I mean very slight differences but would be happy to stand shoulder to shoulder with him any day!

  8. Joe At Least Now You Wrote Little To Say Little! NASTY!

  9. Thanks Christopher I feel the same about you. I agree that Joe is one sick man. Things like that are tabboo in most cultures but not for the liberals culture. If Joe was trying to be funny it is just sick.


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