Maybe there's a thread going on somewhere on someone's hub... but I thought this would be a good place to start.
Agree. It was anticlimactic. They have very different styles of communicating. I did like Obama's "first, second, third" -- more concrete examples of things. John McCain was kinda all over the place. He tried really hard to control his temper, but you can tell it's not easy for him (poor guy -- anger management classes would help you a lot). Neither one of them would have been my pick. But we are in a helluva mess in this country and need someone to steer this ship in another direction fast, before the icebergs (or what's left of them with global warming) hit!
Thanks for commenting. I guess everyone else thought it was boring. Yawn. Off to bed!
"Joe the Plumber said Thursday he doesn't have a license and doesn't need one."....." said he works for a small plumbing company that does residential work. Because he works for someone else, he doesn't need a license, he said." .....Yahoo news.
Well he might want to get himself one if he's seriously thinking about going into business for himself. Unlike our banking industry, contractors ARE regulated. LOL. Thanks for commenting!
And apparently didn't bother to tell Joe the Plumber that they were going to make him famous. Says he feels like britney spears.
The Presidential debates were lively. We, Indians do not care about who says what. And which is right or which is wrong. But the way the politicians stand on a single stage and debate national problems is really thrilling. We pray God to give good thoughts on Indian politicians and make them conduct such debates. Several social, regional, religious problems will vanish if the leaders come face to face and debate problems.
by paarsurrey 8 years ago
Our friend mohitmisra wrote:One doesn't need to be an ascetic in order to meditate and find god.http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/41067?page=3#post966117I agree with him.Buddha need not abondon his wife and child for his whole life to meditate; there is no wisdom in it. Do you agree?ThanksI am an...
by Steve 6 years ago
Do you expect anything of substance to come of the Presidential debates?By now I think most people have made up their minds regarding who they will vote for in November. Do you think there will be anything of substance coming form the upcoming debates which would change the minds of the undecided?
by nicomp really 2 years ago
I am absolutely sick of trying to fix my hubs to sate nebulous faceless administrators. This stoopid hub has well over 300 words per ad capsule. It's published in the proper category. It deserves to be 'featured' and I have no clue what so-called "Spammy Elements" are...
by paarsurrey 8 years ago
Our friend mohitmisra says:One doesn't need to be an ascetic in order to meditate and find god.http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/41067?page=3#post966117I agree with him.ThanksI am an Ahmadi peaceful Muslim
by backporchstories 6 years ago
With economy becoming tighter and tighter, it is harder to pay bills and keep food on the table! The Bible, tells us Christians to give a tenth (tything) of our income to support the Church. How many of you still follow this rule, especially with a shrinking wallet and other needs that...
by Uncle Barry 4 years ago
Is tithing a command from God and can we be reject by God for stealing is Tithe?1Co 9:14 Even so hath the Lord ordained that they which preach the gospel should live of the gospel,
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