coalkirk wrote:... but this democrat congress is the most do nothing in recent history and has the lowest approval rating to go with it....
coalkirk wrote:They were all talk and no action. If I were a democrat, I'd be steaming mad at the lot of them.
BugsyR wrote:coalkirk wrote:... but this democrat congress is the most do nothing in recent history and has the lowest approval rating to go with it....
I believe that is what he meant when he said that "Chickens" have come home to roost. Very true statement..they are Chickens and they sure are roosting (sitting around and clucking)
spc wrote:Why wouldn't Pelosi allow a vote on drilling for oil?
Soros began buying up the first generation of 527s, including outfits like MoveOn, ACT (America Coming Together), and Media Matters. Soros also played a pivotal role in the 2004 candidacy of Howard Dean, who bombed as a Presidential candidate, but was rewarded for his access to Soros loot with the chairmanship of the Democratic National Committee, after John Kerry's loss to George Bush in November 2004.
No Mike...What I meant ( Chickens have come home to roost. ) is that after almost 14 years of Republican domination of Washington .
spc wrote:Lets hear T. Bone Pickens:
The barrage of attacks on Halliburton drove the company stock down, from a peak of $40 down to $26—at which point Soros began buying up Halliburton shares. Between the third quarter of 2005, and the fourth quarter of 2006, Soros bought 2 million shares of Halliburton, at an average price of just over $31.
As the media attacks on Halliburton—in part, driven by Soros's anti-Bush/Cheney and anti-war zeal—died down by late 2006, Halliburton shares quickly rebounded. By early 2008, with Halliburton shares nearing $50, Soros had made an estimated $40 million in clear profit, making him one of the larger Bush-Cheney war profiteers.