7 thoughts on “400,000 people want to see the long one not the short one”

  1. Interesting, Warren, how you opened this one up with the last sentence:

    I wonder if this will revive the longest comment thread in the history of the universe here.

    Since it has now getting some interest again, I wonder what’s next?

    My father always said “You can’t get caught in the truth.” And he was right. But, you will get caught in a lie. It’s just a matter of time, and BHO is having trouble keeping his stories straight. Oops. Born in this hospital and in that one. Oops.

  2. Jayhuck wrote:

    although it sounded like Robert Gibbs did address it in the video

    I would think that what O’s mouthpiece had to say about it could hardly be termed “addressing” it…….seemed more like tip toeing around the issue to me, but of course I’m one of those that doesn’t believe a darn thing I hear coming out of anyone in this administraiton. LOL

    Personally, I’m sick of the lies and the arrogance. Guess I’m old fashioned, but I expect a little informative TRUTH once in awhile out of our elected officials and thus far, this administration doesn’t pass muster on THAT issue.

    This is not going to just ‘go away’ because this administration wants it to. I firmly believe that there are those in this administration that are genuinely concerned that once this issue IS addressed in a court of law, they are gonna be looking for a new boss or a new job.

    FEAR NOT…”the longest thread in this forum’s history” is far from dead and will be revived….TICK TOCK TICK TOCK TICK TOCK

    JMHO, of course. 😉

  3. How many people does it take to be significant? I’d like to see the long form too – now that it is becoming impossible to see it.

  4. AH – World Net Daily – well I guess that says it all doesn’t it – LOL 🙂

    I agree with Eddy and Tim – despite my own personal fatigue with this issue, it is something that should be addressed by the administration – although it sounded like Robert Gibbs did address it in the video.

  5. Les Kinsolving is a complete nut. Out to lunch. Wack-a-doo. He writes for World Net Daily, the lovely “news” source that once assured us that homosexuality was caused by soy beans (though, in fairness, that wasn’t Kinsolving’s story).

    Nonetheless, it would be beneficial if this President and his administration were a bit less above it all and would address the concerns of his constituents. Even the Wack-a-doos.

  6. Yes, they do. As Warren already indicated, it was the most commented thread in his blog history. It went from several months prior to the election until, what, a month or two ago?

    It disturbs me greatly that we could dismiss the voices of 400,000 individual people, without even considering the merits of their claim. This, in a country that continues to tell me that ‘every voice, every vote counts’. I may disagree with these people but I disagree even more with the suppression of voices that happen to disagree with my point of view.

  7. 400,000 – isn’t that 0.13% o the US population? Is that really significant??? Does anyone care about this anymore?

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