A politician who lies to voters ain’t worth a thimble full of warmed-over spit.
Neither ignorance nor inexperience is bad in itself; it’s when the combination gets elected to office that causes problems.
“Doing” takes brain, heart and muscles, while talking requires only a little air and some vocal cords.
The Book of Proverbs says, “The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge.” It can also be the beginning of eternal life.
It’s more fun discussing politics with a fool than with a Liberal a fool occasionally comes up with something sensible or funny.
If tribulation leads a nation to prayer, then $5.00 gasoline and higher taxes to pay for the $1 trillion “change” Democrats promise should set off a huge national prayer meeting.
If audacity and arrogance are ever outlawed for politicians, you probably won’t see any presidential candidates under the age of 60.
Older may be better in some things, but not in bananas, fish, and the Democrats’ tedious “McCain and Bush” comments, as if John McCain is co-president.
Being on time with something good enough is better than being too late with perfect.
FDR said, “The only thing we have to fear is fear itself he should have added: “and when Congress is in session.”