I didn't see the picture you posted; but I do agree with you that the cost of the plane is inconsequential. Obama's campaign has the money and they can spend it how they see fit.
I was just more picking on liberals in general who bemoan our "carbon footprint" yet use private aviation.
You can make the same silly point about John McCain not knowing how many houses he owns.
If it wasn't for this forum, I wouldn't know half the stuff about either candidate. I have however noticed articles seen on other sites that was worth bringing back to here but just to add to the discussion of gathering minds.
I personally have no dog in this fight, other than I won't invest a great deal of concern on who gets it. Of course, I want one over another simply by default.
But in 2004, I was, seriously concerned who got into office. I had a sick stomach that day, even though I was there at 5:30 am voting at the courthouse, 200 people and it was so quiet a you could of heard a church mouse fart. :lol:
I've lost interest in the whole chirade, just like controlling my male pattern baldness. Either way, all my hair is going down my back.
It's not about being biased, seriously. Turn on any news channel and you will only see positives about B.H. Obama. Do you find it odd that this Rezko thing has been around for a while now and not one news station besides Fox has ever reported on it? Is it really a non-issue? What would be the take on it if it was McCain? Now you tell me who is really the biased ones? Has PMSNBC ever reported anything negative on Obama? CNN? ABC? CBS?
If you all haven't come to the realization of the Liberal Media by now....
I never trust anything I hear on the news. Save for the weather report and some of the seriously local (TV3Winchester) news reports, I don't listen to any of them any more.
When you can say there's better information on the INTERNET than you find in news broadcasts...that's something!
like the NY POst is a stalwart newspaper? :killingme:
only when it suits your needs
I watch Fox news although I can't stand how one sided they are, I also don't like how disrespectful they are when talking about Unions but that's another story. This morning I heard something about McCain being asked how many homes he owned and he could not answer the question. I know he is a rich man as are many politicians at that level, I just find it funny to be so wealthy you don't know how many homes you own. Obama, McCain take your pick they are both in it for their own reasons and if the past perfomance of both parties proves anything it is that the best interest of the American public is not their goal. I just wrote to Congressman Chris Shays and told him we don't need more town meetings, we need jobs and affordable energy. I told him he needs to pass laws to control the price of oil and enforce immigrations laws while securing our borders from more illegals. You guys can keep bashing the candidates but the serious problems facing the nation need our attention and theirs. We are a society that makes nothing of what it consumes, allows illegals to have a free run here and sits back while one industry brings us to the brink of ruin. Wake up guys, the ship is sinking wrong time to complain about the food, start bailing!
Ok so here check this one then smart@ss
Since when, in a capitalist society, is owning property a sin? Obama's comments just highlight the Marxist philosophy in him. McCain should not have to defend his ability to prosper in this country. After all isn't this the American dream?