On The Political Front

Maybe you vote Republican, maybe you vote Democrat, maybe you vote Independent, maybe you don’t vote. But you can’t deny this race has been the center of everyone’s attention and the parties aren’t even fighting each other yet. With Super Tuesday just 3 days away, the candidates are heading to CT. Senator John Mccain will be at Sacred Heart at 1Pm this Sunday (tomorrow), and Senator Barak Obama will be at the Hartford Convention Center at 5:30pm on Monday. So if you’re interested, this is as close as they’ll ever be.

18 thoughts on “On The Political Front

  1. Anonymous

    Yeah, the picture is photo shopped. What is really sad is that I understand the Governor of Connecticut back in ‘03 or so had the Department of Transportation erect signs on I-95 and I-91 that stated in effect that New Haven was the birthplace of the 43rd President, George W. Bush. These signs were repeatedly ripped down supposedly by anti-Bush Yale students or other miscellaneous anarchists. Instead of respecting the fact that the nation’s President was born in New Haven these people chose the opposite. I suppose it’s understandable given the politicians in New Haven consist of Mayor John DeStefano who with his I.D. program encourages illegal immigration and man hater Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro. New Haven isn’t a total loss as Senator Joe Lieberman (who hails from New Haven) and Bush have been seen kissing on the floor of the House of Representatives, but that’s another story.It’s not often that a State can claim itself a birthplace of a President. If Connecticut wasn’t so disrespectful, Yale could have been the location of the George W. Bush Presidential Library. If the citizens of Little Rock, Arkansas can hold their noses to host the Bill Clinton Presidential Library, why can’t Connecticut? It’s one thing to disagree, it’s quite another to display a level of disrespect that borders on hatred. Perhaps someone like Barrack Osama can restore respect among our citizens as he seems to talk the talk, but then again we probably shouldn’t count on it.

  2. Anonymous

    Yeah, the picture is photo shopped. What is really sad is that I understand the Governor of Connecticut back in ‘03 or so had the Department of Transportation erect signs on I-95 and I-91 that stated in effect that New Haven was the birthplace of the 43rd President, George W. Bush. These signs were repeatedly ripped down supposedly by anti-Bush Yale students or other miscellaneous anarchists. Instead of respecting the fact that the nation’s President was born in New Haven these people chose the opposite. I suppose it’s understandable given the politicians in New Haven consist of Mayor John DeStefano who with his I.D. program encourages illegal immigration and man hater Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro. New Haven isn’t a total loss as Senator Joe Lieberman (who hails from New Haven) and Bush have been seen kissing on the floor of the House of Representatives, but that’s another story.

    It’s not often that a State can claim itself a birthplace of a President. If Connecticut wasn’t so disrespectful, Yale could have been the location of the George W. Bush Presidential Library. If the citizens of Little Rock, Arkansas can hold their noses to host the Bill Clinton Presidential Library, why can’t Connecticut? It’s one thing to disagree, it’s quite another to display a level of disrespect that borders on hatred. Perhaps someone like Barrack Osama can restore respect among our citizens as he seems to talk the talk, but then again we probably shouldn’t count on it.

  3. LauraAlyse

    On a different note, does anyone notice the disclaimer for McCain’s speech or see who will be with him: Lieberman. When Gore ran ’00 it was with Lieberman. I wonder if a new coalition is arising…

  4. LauraAlyse

    On a different note, does anyone notice the disclaimer for McCain’s speech or see who will be with him: Lieberman. When Gore ran ’00 it was with Lieberman. I wonder if a new coalition is arising…

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