those a-holes that were spitting on your uncle are in the white house now.
nistron, Yeah, we certainly know that.
Been there, done that in '65'. Went home, took a hot bath. Made sure my shot record was up to date. Got a job and went to work.
Same thing happened to my dad in '44' after he spent 18 months in Stalag Luft 3.
Progressives and liberals haven't changed for years. they just cant' seem to keep good folks from doing the right thing.
 August 1, 2015 at 8:35am
FOO, A certain somebody is not awake and sober yet.
EAST, LOL, really a screwy comment from the Tazz considering that he has not caught onto your flag yet. Then again, most people don’t recognize it anyway.
 August 1, 2015 at 6:57am
firearm, LOL, I know what you mean. I had my right hand in a cast for a while and trying to eat with the left had was more of a matter of shovel and stab. Eventually ate too many sandwiches. Several years later I had both arms in casts at the same time. I’ll not go into that now…
 August 1, 2015 at 6:42am
Good luck to Kentucky considering your voters keep hanging that mill stone McConnell around all of our necks.
We need to start a gofundme page to put those words of yours on a billboard RJ. Right after the "Welcome to Kentucky" sign.
Here in the Bluegrass, many are were excited about the newcomer, Matt Bevin, during the last Senate race. Too little was known of him and with the DNC backing Grimes, well…. most of us voted for Mitch.
Sentiments of McConnell aside, most of us voted against the Party of Obama. Rand did endorse Mitch. But, only to not rob Mitch, and KY, of the SenMajLeader. So, here we are.
Bevin is making a name for himself and has gained more support. Conway is, currently, distancing himself from Obama policy, as Grimes did, in his TV ads.
I have lived in Kentucky all of my life, with exception to the call of duty, US Reg Army, Desert Shield/Storm. The one quirky political trait that I find intriguing about Kentucky is that most ‘country’ Dem’s vote conservative on the federal level. The fine line between D’s & R’s used to be on the Conservative side of the political spectrum. Since the end of W to now, we have shifted to the Left significantly. The Progressive ideology, (from outsiders, imported college prof’s and the like), is a cancer, spreading subtly.
I pray to overcome it, I stand against it, I fight to end it.
Kentucky might be keeping McConnell in office, but all our Senators put him in charge. He and Boehner are traitors to the cause, and we put the people who elected them into leadership there to do it.
Very true, RJJ. I hope Matt Bevin becomes Kentucky’s governor – he is very much against the GOP machine, and hopefully this influence would squeeze out McConnell’s bizarre popularity in KY.
RJJ: I sent Matt Bevin two cash contributions to overthrow McConnell. He didn't win over that "ballot stuffer" Mitch but his chances are good for the Governor run. I hope he wins. He's good man.
August 1, 2015 at 6:32am
vendingdude, Gonzo got canned by some vindictive moderator for the use of one word. And, it happened without warning or moderation. He seems to be taking a break right now and hopefully will return soon…probably under a new site name though.
 August 1, 2015 at 6:26am
myrwo6, Nitwit, fetus is the Latin word for baby, and always was so from the root use of the word.
August 1, 2015 at 6:24am
AlexS1, I’ve seen that one before. Just don’t think that I have linked it here yet. Good find.
 July 31, 2015 at 10:00pm
Remember the first time that I heard Dark Side of the Moon the night it was released for air play. WUSF FM. The University of South Florida in Tampa, run by the broadcasting courses there. Those were the days.
 July 31, 2015 at 9:58pm
I like One Of These Days, and every version that I have heard. Great lyrics.