1. When your opponents try to imply that the 16 trillion debt belongs to President Obama, they need to be corrected and informed as to what actual proportion belongs to Obama, mentioning the 2 trillion dollar Bush Wars off budget. Also, that Reagan's 3 trillion deficit in todays money would equal 12 trillion and was done at 3 times the average interest rate of today.

2. The information that was promulgated yesterday (23 Jan) concerning the G. Bush presidency embassy attacks needs to be sent out to your blog members in a forwardable email so that we can rataliate against all the RNC/Rove emails which I and probably you receive.

3. When you debate some of those Bible thumping religion freaks, you should remind them that most of the Bible was not in written form until about 600 BC and that it was not actually put into book form until much later, leaving ample space for imaginative history. Example: The Great Flood was just a tale from Babylon which has recently been revealed in a mosaic. The flood which probably occurred would have been caused by something like a glacial blockage in the mountains of Turkey which broke, much like the radical rocks found in the Mojave Desert in a similar catastrophic event.


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