Buy at Amazon

Thursday, November 22, 2007

Happy Thanksgiving!

What a wonderful holiday . . . a time to relax and be thankful for our many blessings.

I am thankful for:

Living in the most free and prosperous nation on earth . . . with no fear of government tyranny.

My woderful wife and four boys.


My faith.

My job

My choice and chance to support Mitt Romney for President!

What are you thankful for?

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'm thankful for this blog!

Keep up the good work

Anonymous said...

I'm thankful that we have the right to free elections. I'm thankful that Mitt Romney is going thru all this trouble to help America. I'm thankful for God and the blessings that he grants us in this great country.

nmerrill said...

Newsflash- Sen. McCain left his family and entered the dangerous nation of Iraq for T-Day with the troops. Who do you think should really be the next president of this great nation?

Jeff Fuller said...

Good for McCain . . . he's the most experienced candidate in military affairs. It's just every other area of leadership and management in our huge federal government system that I'd worry about McCain running.

I mean, he hasn't even run his own campaign team well. His executive experience is thin and undistinguished. But he's a great American and a true hero . . . just not wanting him as POTUS.

nmerrill said...

I respect your opinion. However you can never "buy" votes. Maybe Mitt would make a good vice-prez to run the "business" of this great country.

Nealie Ride said...

Steve Forbes, Ross Perot also spent tons of $ on their respective campaigns. Both lost because they and their ideas didn't catch on.

Mitt uses his $ to get his name and achievements out there. If people didn't respond to him, he wouldn't be going up in the polls. Money alone doesn't buy you votes, nmerrill.

A serious knock against Huck is that he hasn't raised any $ (no dedicated supporters). He'd love to have raised Romney's level of $ and to even be able to self-contribute. Who wouldn't?

nmerrill said...

Ouch so much hate nealie. What makes this country great is that we have this opportunity to speak freely that inwhich I fully choose to do. I am a republican party convert and no one has polled me. I see huge "surges" for Mr. Tancredo and Paul signifying Iowans tired of lip-service money driven campaigns. I do not "hate" on mormons I am sure there are some decent ones out there I just don't believe in their way of thinking. That's not "hating" or bigotry just my "not involved in a campaign" opinion. Of course take it as you will I am just wasting my univ. break boredom to support the best candidate for the presidency. God bless America and of course you nealie.