Comments: How Do You Spell Relief?

Key,

Do you suppose what you described is a roadmap on how individuals with differing opinions can discuss things with civility?

It looks like is starts with mutual respect...

My hat's off to both of you.

;-D

posted by Christina on November 3, 2004 08:21 PM

Actually, I've had some less than level-headed and moderate posts roiling around in my head for the past few weeks, I just haven't put them down in words yet. They're on the way, but with many caveats.

Hopefully, they won't destroy Key's artificially high opinion of me.

;-)

posted by Jack on November 3, 2004 08:44 PM

Jack - There must be mutual leeway; otherwise, you wouldn't have been back after some of my lib-bashing posts.

Oh, and the only thing artificial about you is your modesty!

posted by Key on November 3, 2004 09:02 PM

If I didn't at least try to be modest, you wouldn't be able to fit in the same room with me and my ego, so be glad...

:-P

posted by Jack on November 4, 2004 12:10 PM

We have a lot of people in this country that are anti-war at any cost. In my humble yankee-redneck opnion Kerry said a lot of things people wanted to hear but his background did not support what he was saying. The democratic party missed the boat after 9-11, they did not see the swing to the middle class american values. The democratic parties choice of a running mate for Kerry was an extremely bad move, who wants the man one heart beat from becoming the president to be a shyster lawyer. Most of America is neither extremely liberal or extremely conservative, I think the Republican party figured that out. The democrats will continue to suffer as long as the values of the Clintons and the Kennedys are the mainstream idea of the party.

posted by James Old Guy on November 4, 2004 02:27 PM

Well, it's over, and time for everyone to move forward.

posted by Sam on November 4, 2004 06:07 PM
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