Comments on: Today’s List: Clark Quotes http://www.poliblogger.com/?p=2646 A rough draft of my thoughts... Mon, 08 May 2006 20:38:50 +0000 http://wordpress.org/?v=1.5.1.2 by: balgillow http://www.poliblogger.com/?p=2646#comment-10408 Wed, 31 Dec 1969 17:59:59 +0000 http://www.poliblogger.com/?p=2646#comment-10408 Grab the soundbites, ignore the stance. Thats the way to choose a president. There are refutals for all of those quotes available. Not that I presume you to be interested in looking at them. Actually on second look, you forgot several others I have seen. All of them were taken out of context. Funny how people are more than willing to forget all of their political integrity when it comes to creating and upholding an image they wish to have. He hasn't flip-flopped, he HAS misspoken on occasion and admitted it. You are willing to trust a person who is talking for 16 hours a day in the public eye for months on end and apparently never mis-speaks? No thanks, I'll choose the person who misspeaks and has the honesty to say he did. Accountability and honesty count more for me now than polished car-salesmanship. You want the perosn who is unable to change his mind? No thanks, I'll choe the person who has proven to be flexible and chooses the RIGHT thing when it needs be. (look at his record) As an ex-pat who lives in Europe (non military)I assure you he IS respected here. In fact, most people don't even know or care about the others. he has a proven track record of excellent foreign relations. Do your research. Look at him. Maybe you don't like him, fine. But find REAL reasons to dislike him, not out of context one line gotchas. Grab the soundbites, ignore the stance. Thats the way to choose a president. There are refutals for all of those quotes available. Not that I presume you to be interested in looking at them. Actually on second look, you forgot several others I have seen. All of them were taken out of context.

Funny how people are more than willing to forget all of their political integrity when it comes to creating and upholding an image they wish to have. He hasn’t flip-flopped, he HAS misspoken on occasion and admitted it.

You are willing to trust a person who is talking for 16 hours a day in the public eye for months on end and apparently never mis-speaks? No thanks, I’ll choose the person who misspeaks and has the honesty to say he did. Accountability and honesty count more for me now than polished car-salesmanship.

You want the perosn who is unable to change his mind? No thanks, I’ll choe the person who has proven to be flexible and chooses the RIGHT thing when it needs be. (look at his record)

As an ex-pat who lives in Europe (non military)I assure you he IS respected here. In fact, most people don’t even know or care about the others. he has a proven track record of excellent foreign relations.

Do your research. Look at him. Maybe you don’t like him, fine. But find REAL reasons to dislike him, not out of context one line gotchas.

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by: The Daily Lemon http://www.poliblogger.com/?p=2646#comment-10413 Wed, 31 Dec 1969 17:59:59 +0000 http://www.poliblogger.com/?p=2646#comment-10413 <strong>Why Clark can't win</strong> I'm sure most of us Political junkies watched the S.C. debates last night. Front-runner John Kerry pretty much left the battlefield unscathed. Howard Dean was Howard Dean, which is precisely why he is going to lose the nomination. The one... Why Clark can’t win
I’m sure most of us Political junkies watched the S.C. debates last night. Front-runner John Kerry pretty much left the battlefield unscathed. Howard Dean was Howard Dean, which is precisely why he is going to lose the nomination. The one…

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by: Signifying Nothing http://www.poliblogger.com/?p=2646#comment-10412 Wed, 31 Dec 1969 17:59:59 +0000 http://www.poliblogger.com/?p=2646#comment-10412 <strong>Dean’s implosion</strong> Martin Devon has some tough questions for the so-called “Deaniacs” in his weblog, while Steven Taylor notes that Dean is essentially conceding the February 3rd primaries to Edwards and Kerry. I’ve long suspected that Howard Dean and W... Dean’s implosion
Martin Devon has some tough questions for the so-called “Deaniacs” in his weblog, while Steven Taylor notes that Dean is essentially conceding the February 3rd primaries to Edwards and Kerry. I’ve long suspected that Howard Dean and W…

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by: Info Tech Guy http://www.poliblogger.com/?p=2646#comment-10407 Wed, 31 Dec 1969 17:59:59 +0000 http://www.poliblogger.com/?p=2646#comment-10407 How about this infamous comment from Clark? "Let them do the software in India; we'll do other things in this country". This absolutely stunned people. Clark might as well have put up billboards saying, "Clark to Programmers: Drop Dead." How about this infamous comment from Clark?
“Let them do the software in India; we’ll do other things in this country”. This absolutely stunned people. Clark might as well have put up billboards saying, “Clark to Programmers: Drop Dead.”

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