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Re: “The Color of Corruption

To the best of my knowledge, both Peete and Ford and for that matter, any person who is invited, tempted, or otherwise approached to participate in a "crime" be it white or any other color collar has the God given right to say "No". This includes the Tennessee Waltz or any other sophisticated and layered under level after level of bureaucratic process and contractual nuance. Just, "give me the money, and I'll do what you want done" doesn't excuse anyone's behavior regardless of the color of their skin. In short...if the pawns would just learn to use the word "no" - there would be no one to get picked off!

Posted by J. Michael Garrison on 12/28/2006 at 2:53 PM

Re: “The 20 Dumbest People in 2006?

I don't know what Mad Magazine has against an accomplished muscian, savy business person, first class entertainer and humanitarian like Isaac Hayes, but I would say "consider the source".

Posted by J. Michael Garrison on 12/28/2006 at 2:34 PM

Re: “The Rant

For the general public to expect the TV Networks to report on anything significant would be almost as ridiculous as Tim Sampson wasting his time on ranting about the TV Networks wasting their time on ridulous news reporting. After all, this is what they have become...a joke. Prior to this article we heard about how great it would be if Barack Obama was elected the next President, but no one knows why, what he stands for, what his platform is, why he would make a good president or even much about his background. Again...short on facts...long on ridiculum! Geez...let's all hope for some common sense and logic for 2007. I doubt we'll get it, but we can always hold out hope...or can we?

Posted by J. Michael Garrison on 12/28/2006 at 9:24 AM
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