Obama is rich and Romney's rich so who cares? I thought Hugo Chavez already told us that Bush was satan and you could actually smell the sulphur.
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Haven't heard much about Dean, couldn't really hang in. Last I heard he was DNC chair a few years back. I never even got to know his politics too well, that scream ended him quick. Wasn't very marvelous.
Saw Dean the other day on msnbc--he was trying to give Obama advice about how to take on Romney via Chris Matthew's show. They don't like the White House going negative.
What gives with some of the mods? They just delete posts when they feel like it or ban people with whom they don't agree? That's bogus. I think the one moderator is bluewarrior and that guy has been posting since 2004. It's a little hypocritical especially with this being a law school discussion forum.
I think you posted in the wrong place. And I'd rather not usurp the OP's thread here. Not too much help anyone can really giver her at this point, but you never know- maybe there is some maneuver I never heard of.
Nah, you just dropped our discussion about howard dean. I guess I was wrong. I come on this board once in a while and you got a good sense of humor. Good chatting with you.
This is about assigning blame. If the government wants to raise taxes on those who make over $300,000 so be it. That might help us get out of debt with China but that 1% fixation is ridiculous.
General Off-Topic Board / Re: Do you watch series like Boston leagal or Good Wife trying to learn something？« on: April 29, 2012, 02:17:12 PM »
seriously， law school students have time to watch leagal series like Boston Leagal?
These shows are very entertaining for those of us who have a passion for the law; we are not watching "Pawn Stars". It is fun to see how hollywood portrays lawyers, litigation and the "candy" social culture that surrounds our area of interest.
So sue, me. Right?
« on: April 23, 2012, 06:22:52 PM »
You know, its not harsh--it's sad. What I mean is that Dean was once a good p.s. now he is just self promoting--taking money for his political entertainment dialogue from any t.v. news outlet that will hire him. My comparison is that Huckabee did it and Palin did it--hell, even crazy Sharpton has his own show, now--when he's not doing his "roadshow".
Martinez might be a prospect for Romney as V President. New Mexico has 5 electoral votes which Obama got last time; latino and female voters may be a draw. I'm still not sure, though.
Romney will be mentioning the economy and jobs till November; Obama will be doing the Republican dance of '08 in that we don't know Romney.
Gonna get ugly.
Those flyover states are gonna be a tough for Obama.
« on: April 22, 2012, 06:06:56 PM »
The way of Palin? That's pretty harsh.
That's not harsh; its the truth: Huckabee, Palin and Dean are all shills now for entertainment news.
I think Moderate Conservatives and Independent Conservatives already think of Romney as a Moderate no matter how much he tried to wear the far-right and Tea Party hat. It's his business instincts and business background that is key. Moderates and Independents see through the media hype. Right wingers and most Teabaggers do not want Obama running the show and will come out in full force anyway. So, bottom line--close election.
Rubio is not totally out and what about that female vote? Could be a female politician selected from a swing state, too.
Maybe those of you who watch L&O can answer this for me.
Doesn't seem to be in the script but behind the scenes Branch knew she had a huge K.D. Lang collection. The monotone delivery of lines was so boring the writers had to give her a twist to peak continued interest in the show. After all, isn't it all about ratings?
« on: April 22, 2012, 02:42:54 PM »
Looks like Rubio has fallen into second place behind Democrat Condi Rice for the v.p. slot.
It probably won't happen though, as the Democrats would be mentioning g.w.b as much as possible. Ironically, the fact that Obama totally embraced g.w.b. U.S. defense policies since he took office is never mentioned by either party.