She's no Vanessa Williams, that's for sure. She isn't as classy, pretty, talented or graceful and she certainly isn't as natural. She doesn't take responsibility for her actions or her words, always blaming someone else. Which isn't really a surprise given her "beliefs". She lied on her application and the fact that someone released a risque photo that she posed for is not an attack on her beliefs, it demonstrates that she is a hypocritical liar. It's long past the time for her to fade into obscurity, where she belongs.
Speaking of fading into obscurity, Mr. and Mrs. Edwards need to do the same. I was a John Edwards supporter for many years but I can't and won't get past the fact that he lied and let down the people who most needed his help, his children and the poor. The poor have been forgotten as this drama has turned into tabloid fodder. And bad tabloid fodder at that.
Wow! The definition of work certainly has changed. Globetrotting workaholic? So that's what they are calling it these days. Spoiled floozy seems like a better description.
Cash for clunkers is a misnomer. In order to get the cash you have to be willing to buy, and make payments on, a new car. I don't have a job and even if I did my credit sucks, so trading in my 17mpg car is out of the question. Actually, I'm going to have to sell it and take the money to buy food, mom's medications and pay off the deposit on the apartment. Hopefully some enterprising person will buy it and then they can trade it in for a new car, I'll be taking the bus.
If marijuana was legalized, we wouldn't have to worry about things like this and law enforcement could concentrate on important things like finding murderers, rapists, kidnappers and thieves. Building a fence is a stupid idea and won't close the borders to drug traffic or any other kind of traffic.
How can you protect the quality of healthcare for all Americans when significant sections of the population have none and will never be able to afford it? You can't ration what they don't have and patients can only be a part of their healthcare decisions when they can afford to see the doctor. Typical Republican strategy of nowadays, can't see the forest for the trees.