Yeeeeeaaahhhh Me!

Just gotta share. After tons of work, my store recieved a 96.8 on our audit.  Though they don’t read my blog (they are pretty much all Dems), I would still like to send my thanks.

I would like to digress a bit. I am often quite partisan in my shots at Democrats. However, I have said it before, and I will say it again. I do not necessarily mean for my broad strokes to paint all Democrats. I know some great ones on the web, both in blogs, such as Julie with a B, and on the political forum on post on. Heck, my Mom and some of my best friends are DU material. Really. Also, remember, it isn’t personal. There are times that I feel that I should let folks know that I do not believe all Dems are Barking Moonbats. Just most of them.

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5 Responses to “Yeeeeeaaahhhh Me!”

  1. JulieB says:

    Congrats on the audit!
    and..thanks Teach… altho I know it’s not personal, sometimes it gets tough. You are interesting to read and often have bits of humor, so I keep coming back. And the best I can do is present the not so radical left “face”.
    Oh and thanks again for the backyard.
    ๐Ÿ™‚ Where I sit and type I pretty much have a view of that darn patio!

  2. Your quite welcome, Julie, but, it is the truth about you and some others. I think that we find the more partisan people on the ‘net, especially bloggers. Those who are more in the less extreme ends (which is including me at this point) are harder to find.

    Believe it or not, I would like to see both parties become less extreme, at least within the leadership, such as Dean. It is one thing for those of us on the net to be using the kind of language we do, it is something else for our elected and Party leaders to be that outright partisan. THAT is not good for the country.

  3. Patty-Jo says:

    I completely agree with you about both parties becoming less extreme, but I don’t think the problem is so much with their political views. It seems to be more in how they present their views, and that if you don’t agree with them, you are either stupid, or evil. That looks an awful lot like insecurity to me. Just thinking.

  4. JulieB says:

    I don’t think that Dean’s terminology did us any favors. For the record, those of us with less extreme views, put our heads in our hands, and moaned over it. I understand that his goal is to rally the troops. By now, the Dems need rallying. With the Repubs in Congress and the White House, there is considerable despair over lack of representation. I feel it pays to be gracious in triumph AND defeat because it IS politics and the wind will eventually blow the other way.

  5. I think Patty Jo hit it on the head. It is the personal dynamics that are at issue. There will always be those who are extreme at each end, but the personal dynamics make it seem that everyone is at each end, even if the person is politically moderate. They mouth extremist views. In reflection, that is what I have been railing about all these months, the personal dynamics. Me, I am moderate. I prefer Kerry’s environmental stances over Bush’s. He just couldn’t pay for them. I detest Bush’s immigration stances. And so on. I am all over the map.

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