In the history of mankind, many republics have risen, have flourished for a less or greater time, and then have fallen because their citizens lost the power of governing themselves and thereby of governing their state. TR


Quote of the Day

“OMG, that totally tastes disgusting.”

– Shark, Arabian Sea

A note from our attorneys: This is not a real quote.

5 thoughts on “Quote of the Day”

  1. Oh, the poor sharks !
    Big news over here is that in the material uncovered from the OBL compound were found plans for attacking American railroads this September. I don´t know about you but The Obamaadministration has turned sensible me into something of a conspiracy theorist. They have this material, they can spin it however they like. Could it be yet another way to make people feel even better about Obamas “gutsy call” ? I find it a little bit odd that the material already is translated, checked and analyzed.
    Obama is milking the killing of OBL in a way that is not prudent securitywise. Oh yes, of course US should be very proud of the brave raid and the taking out of this enemy and of course evidence thereof should be released but the US president ought to handle it in a serious, dignified way. The American way. I don´t think Obama is capable of that. How I miss Reagan and Bush.

      1. I have never seen this O´Donnell before but what an insufferable, arrogant man. Mrs Rice was calm, wellspoken and dignified all the time and reduced him to smithereens. She was great. I have read that GW Bush appreciated this lady a lot and I can see why.
        Thank you for the link, Granny Jan.

    1. We had a letter to the editor today asking how “gutsy” this was. Kill him–you’re a hero. Capture him–you’re humane. He’s not home–bad intel from Bush. If someone had fought back and killed a SEAL, well, I bet we would never have known about this. Oh, well, sour grapes, I guess. But this is all so typical.

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