Saturday, October 25, 2008 7:23:00 PM
Majase: OK, you like numbers, here we go...
#1 "He was extremely specific, not vague." Please post one specific thing from splurbyburbl's post that you quoted from, maybe you were referring to a different part of the post? "Not to mention judging a possible candidates abilities BEFORE he even has a chance to prove himself in office." Can we use his time in the US Senate, IL Senate and before?
#2 "I made no reference whatsoever of "everything", or even hinted at such." It was asked as a question. From your response, I was guessing you do hold Bush/Republicans guilty for a lot more than "very little".
#3 "Hyperbole is "a figure of speech, which is an exaggeration"." Umm, yes it is. Commonly paired with uses of the words "the most". Not sure if you didn`t think I used it correctly or if you were just agreeing with my world`s most awsome use of the world ;)
Thank you for your comment, it refelcts your age I am sure.
More importantly however, many of the "things" that have happened in the past years is a direct result from decisions that were made over a decade ago and even before that. For instance, Clinton helped make it much easier for people to get home loans by loosening the requiremnets, etc. As a result we saw irresponsible lending which lead to our current credit and lending crisis.
No doubt ten years from now we will all see where the current administrations actions and decisions will be taking our country for better or worse.
If you still don't understand then I will go ahead and find a "medium" after your death which may be coming soon due to your old age and I will try to let you know how the current decisions have affected all of us.
#1 He was extremely specific, not vague. Not to mention judging a possible candidates abilities BEFORE he even has a chance to prove himself in office. And in addition seeing a Director as forever ignorant for expressing an opinion in a short, funny clip.
#2 I made no reference whatsoever of "everything", or even hinted at such.
#3 Hyperbole is "a figure of speech, which is an exaggeration".
I simply called it the way I saw it, i.e. ridiculous. "Very little" (responsibility) is pushing it, for any administration, at any time, that's been in office for EIGHT years.