Friday, January 28, 2005

Redjalapeno is Finally Bloggin'

Like all people, I have something to say, something to share, and hopefully this interaction will result in something positive.

No matter how nasty the process may be.

Please help won't you?

6 Opinions:

Anonymous Anonymous speaks!

Great!!! Let me me be first. so what do you think of when you here "ownership society"

Thomas

1:14 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous speaks!

Oh geez.........world be prepared this blogger is a feisty one.

Stephanie

1:45 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous speaks!

Well, it was only a matter of time before the world would hear from this one...
This should be refreshing and I am looking forward to it. Just to get things going...let's talk about those left lane drivers....
did I hit a nerve yet?
hahhahaa....

9:37 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous speaks!

Looks like the Iraqi's appreciated our invasion afterall, with such a strong turnout at their elections. Seems like a lot of them have been waiting for an opportunity to have a voice in their own government. Without the US taking the action we did, elections would have never happened, Sadam would still be rapeing and murdering his own citizens, and still pursuing domination over the mid-east.

Question: What date would Iraqi's be voting in free elections if the U.N. were left in control of the situation in Iraq? 2005, 2006, 2010, or 3569 ?
Answer: 3569 !!!

10:10 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous speaks!

Why do the Democrats insist that the Bush Admin. is pursueing a policy (foreign & domestic) that goes against the values and wishes of the majority of Americans, when these same Americans re-elected him based on those policies? Why can't the Democrats (libral ones anyway) accept that they are on the wrong side of the issues (as far as the majority of Americans are concerned). This has been demonstrated by the recent national voting trends.... Republicans elected to most Gov. offices, Republicans took over and maintain control over House of Rep. & Senate (and continue to gain more donminance), and Commander in Chief.

CWilkie

10:52 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous speaks!

If one were to disagree with the concept of "Pre-emptive War" as a means of correcting sever problems with other governments (on the assumption that these problems directly affect and threaten us), what would be the correct action for the U.S. to take in lands like Congo, and Somolia where genecide is taking place? This genecide doesn't threaten us in the U.S., so should the U.S. get involved. If so, to what degree? If we don't show up with weapons (and use them), wouldn't the waring ethnicities just pick up where the left off after we left the country?

Cwilkie

11:17 AM  

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