How about that Dennis Miller!

Look out!  Chris Cree has taught me how to use the YouTube function in my blog.  This could become addictive.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RIk-cpNxkj4[/youtube]

Dennis Miller is a smart guy. I love to listen to him take apart the rhetoric and call it like it is.  “I am on this country’s side.”

You can think what you want, say what you want, believe what you want – as long as you are ready to back it up and own it.  I do. It is no secret I am a conservative.  Get a cup of coffee and I will gladly talk political philosophy – it is one of my favorite topics.  But action and realty demand that we be “behind our guy.”  Agree or disagree with the course of action – nobody’s right all the time – but we still have the best thing going.

Comments

  1. If you find Dennis Miller entertaining you might be interested in hearing what he recently had to say about Harry Reid.

  2. I do love a good Dennis Miller clip…thanks for the link.

  3. stacey m. says:

    A fellow Pittsburgher does good. There must be something in the water of those three rivers. 🙂

  4. Tut tut you sloppy eater 🙂

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    Great blog by the way!

  5. Sloppy is so harsh….how about “distracted?” 🙂
    Thanks for the encouragement and the link!

  6. OK, I take ‘sloppy’ back 🙂

  7. I certainly do appreciate that!

  8. GringaLatinaMomma says:

    One question: What guy do you mean ” behind our guy” and what group is “our?”

    I sure hope you are not referring to “Little Bush” who has not been right even once.

    GLM

  9. You came by the blog! I am so happy to see you here – even if our political views are so incredibly different 🙂

    The “our” I refer to is our collective country. The republic state that we live in (even though we love to call it a democracy) leaves many of us living under elected officials that we may have not voted for…just the nature of the beast. However, there is really only one thing to do about that – while we continue to vote our personal belief system, we also continue to believe that our country is a just and good nation.

    And I don’t believe that anybody can be wrong all the time. I also think it is intellectually dishonest to hold people accountable for decisions made based on information that was not available at the time in which they made the decision. It is much easier to Monday Morning Quarterback a game that has already happened from the comfort of an armchair when there are no defensive linemen coming across the line in your face.

    Don’t misunderstand – I know we have had issues and mistakes. But I think we are doing a great job with good intentions. If we didn’t and had been attacked or the humane atrocities had continued unchecked, there would have been blowback from that as well…you can only take one fork in the road at any given time. And there is no way to know exactly where that is going to go.

    I really am so glad you came by. Yours is a most respected opinion. I hope you will join in the conversation more often.

  10. Chris Preston says:

    “Don’t misunderstand – I know we have had issues and mistakes. But I think we are doing a great job with good intentions. If we didn’t and had been attacked or the humane atrocities had continued unchecked, there would have been blowback from that as well…you can only take one fork in the road at any given time. And there is no way to know exactly where that is going to go.”

    1) Can you provide any examples as to the great job with good intentions statement up above regarding the time period in which said statement was made?

    2) Do you truly believe that our government takes any fork in whatever road and doesn’t have any inclination as to where it is going?

    I would also argue that the humane atrocities, even to this day, have remain unchecked.

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