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In Chandler tt felt like a dizzy spell for 30 seconds, somewhat bewildering not knowing what was happening until I looked at my pool outside and saw the waves slapping up onto the side and the hanging lamp in the family room became a pendulum.

Posted by nic348 on 04/04/2010 at 4:57 PM

Re: “The Problem With McCain's Health-Care Tantrum

McCain’s and the McArthur factor
So here is John McCain the day after Congress passed the Healthcare Reform Bill telling the country how disingenuous of the Democratic Congress and how their rascality will put this country asunder when the Healthcare Reform Bill becomes law. Smug, cavalier and delusional he somehow convinces himself that his loss in November 2008 was really a “win” and that actually he and not the President, represents the heart and mind of the American people.
I’m savoring these next seven months. I’m looking forward to his vociferous railing against the Healthcare Bill and against the Administration; I’m looking forward to his campaign night with Sarah Palin and his lampooning and sniveling about everything he can think of to tear down the Democrats and our President. It may just happen among the Republicans that he will skid by the Primary elections in late August and once again be its prime candidate. But surely by November his flailing and rancor will be so excruciatingly obvious when the country having had time to absorb and develop a clearer picture what Healthcare Reform will do for them, that there is a good measure of certainty that an Arizona Democratic Senator-Elect will be going to Washington next year. The difference between the two candidates will be the optimism and constructiveness of the new versus the destructiveness of the old.
So John, please continue, with all your heartless and vicious rhetoric. In November it will be like the “Old Soldier” being called home from the Pacific and declaring in front of Congress that Old soldiers never die, they just fade away.
Nico van Allen

Posted by nic348 on 03/23/2010 at 11:19 AM

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