7 thoughts on “Without Comment”

  1. Thank god they’ve finally done this.

    It is sad that something that should be a minimum level of decorum actually makes us happy. But I’ll take it.

  2. Odds are they just didnt think of it. From their past actions it seems they are not real knowlegeable of the military. They seem to be improving so for the time being I’ll give them a Bravo Zulu for that.

  3. That’s as transparent a display of partisanship as I’ve ever seen. I wonder if they’ll bother explaining themselves when they stop acknowledging Veterans’ Day the next time a Republican wins a presidential election.

  4. #5 from bgates at 10:06 am on Nov 13, 2008

    _That’s as transparent a display of partisanship as I’ve ever seen. I wonder if they’ll bother explaining themselves when they stop acknowledging Veterans’ Day the next time a Republican wins a presidential election._

    Do you know why we got clobbered in the election? The above is a perfect example. People are sick and tired of being told to think the worst of each other.

    The most visited page on the internet honoured our veterans. that makes me feel wonderful. Your comments make me ill.

    Give up the Rovian nonsense. It doesn’t help anyone, especially the Republican Party. The sooner you get that the better off we will be.

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