uh oh! what's it going to be??!I finished my report, Chick! So I can visit Blogland again....is that you with the red kerchief on your head and the knife? You should pick on someone your own size. :)
Be afraid, very afraid... the girls are back in town!
Not sure what's going on, but I know that I always feel better when I say what's on my mind, let the chips fall where they may. Go ahead on Girlfriend!
This is just a rant, right? If not, then who cocked your pistol? Debbie
I'm SO excited, I can't wait, AND I love the photo of the guy with his head up his butt! The REAL Malisa will be here soon, YES!
Well...it's ABOUT TIME you said what you thought!
You don't strike me as the type to keep things bottled up.....so let her rip!! I will stay posted!Lou Cinda :)
Girl, your panties are in a French twist. Don't take 'em off in public to straighten them out!Your comment at Sue's place prompted me to leave the following comment on her blog:"Your post and Malisa's comment made me think of my own dad. He too would have been so proud of Obama in the White House. My father worked hard for intergration, long before it was the thing to do. Many times he stood alone in the fight and in the field. I'll have to post about that, I guess. But Dad also would have stood up for the Tea Parties and people's right to express their opinion. That's the American way. He'd be the first to say, "Stand up for the right to speak out" and he'd say it on the front page of his newspaper!"Dad wasn't qualified to read minds and neither am I. But just as I, a Republican, hopes Obama has the right stuff in his heart, you need to hope these Tea Partiers have the right stuff too. Malisa, my son you met in Warrenton? He was one of those Tea Partiers and everybody that knows him, knows he is the farthest thing from a racist as you can get. Sometimes things are just as they appear.The Texas Woman
Cher: I have no doubt that there are genuine people who are not racists who attended the tea parties. I am a HUGE supporter of free speech! However, what does bother me are large number of racists who cannot stand to have Obama in office because of the color of his skin. You know there are many of them. Alot of them were holding up hateful signs at the "tea party"! The signs weren't about taxes or the economy or about the administration who left us in this mess...they were about Obama! Most of what bothers me is the vast majority of "tea baggers" who are being manipulated into fear by Fix "News". When one sees the signs and hears the words that some of the protesters are saying, one must indeed take your words and realize that:Sometimes things are just as they appear.Malisa
We'll have to agree to disagree on this political thing. How you feel about Fox news is how I feel about CNN. How you felt about Bush is how I feel about Obama. And we're both right as we see it. And I still love you.The Texas Woman
What 'er you pissed about? Come on!
Hi-Looks like I picked a great day to stop by. My favorite thing in the whole wide world-clever, authentic conversation with great turns of phrase.You go girls.laurawhitespraypaint.blogspot.com
love all your unique images, where do you get these cool things from??? I see some I would like to have but I will be a good girl and not steal any although I am drooling over some of them :) Thanks for all the comments you left me - it was really nice seeing that I had some comments. Funny how blogs are, some people get all the hits while others get few....oh well.If it's not fun I won't do it anymore. Hey I put your banner on my blog, don't know if you noticed ?? Thanks again for your kindness - stay hipstay cool stay YOU !!
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