Readers Forum – Chiding..

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According to Webster: “chid·ing,”To scold mildly so as to correct or improve; reprimand.

Good morning, our weatherman has been reporting rain and thunderstorms for our area all week, ..albeit so far he’s only been correct for seven minutes.

A suggestion to my young fans that may still be undecided about a career? Think meteorology, if you’re interested in job security – as there is no other job in America where you can be wrong more than half the time – and keep your job.

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Elizabeth from Trenton,       (The Science of Whimology).

What can I say, although you haven’t replaced “days of our lives” I read your blog before I watch their show.

I loved everything this week, especially Mr. Babyspittle, I went to his site and you were right, he’s got to be a man because women aren’t that stupid nor are we that rude.

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Hello Elizabeth, welcome back, ..but be aware that if this continues you could be typecast as a wisdom junkie.

When I received Mr. Babyspittle’s chide on Wednesday it was an instant shoe-in to be showcased on today’s forum, albeit once I began composing my reply to him, it became painfully clear that it would take more than a segment on Sunday satisfied my needs.

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Roman from Pocatello,       (Grasping Whimology).

Great website, I stumbled across while surfing on Google for pictures of the Statue of Liberty. So far I’ve read all the way back through April and I’m looking forward to tomorrow.

Obama isn’t just a blight on America, he’s a blight on the world and history is going to bear that out.

In the meantime, thank you for your efforts to inform the half of America that doesn’t get it.

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Hello Roman, thank you for stumbling across my site and thank you for your comment and your opinion.

It is indeed refreshing to hear from an man who understands the divide in America and wants to see it corrected. I started this venture at the behest of my brother Cliff who “serves” on occasion (several times a week), as my Wailing Wall.

Family is an extremely important and valuable asset, in a venture of heralding one’s opinions, not only as a mirror to reflect the truth, but as a vanguard to test my motivation.

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Margaret from Indianapolis,     (On Rare Occasions).

Small world, prolific cyberspace. I’ve been reading your blog since mid February and find it both informative and funny.

I’ve also received the same letter from the senior gentleman in Mesa Arizona, not from just one source but from three.

It was terminally boring the first three times I tried to read it, so I didn’t get all the way through it until you presented it with your flair. Thank you, you make everything interesting.

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Hello Margaret, thank you for becoming a participant and thank you for your comments. As I have said, probably more times than I should, – I really appreciate accolades.

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Jon from Syracuse,           (Hypocrisy of the Week).

I’ve been reading your blog for more than a year now for one reason, the first time I read your blog there was a definition of the word bigot and it totally changed my life.

I used to walk around on eggs in fear of saying the wrong thing in front of the wrong person, but now I say what I think with confidence, not to offend anyone, but simply to express myself which is as you have also pointed out in your writings, the First Amendment guarantees me freedom of speech and the freedom to express my grievances.

If the truth hurts people, that’s sad, however since lying hurts people more, that’s sadder. So I go with the truth these days and I feel very good about myself. Thank you.

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Hello Jon, thank you for your participation and thank you for your narrative.

Up front, I admit that I am no expert on racism, albeit with that said; I am an expert on being a 72-year-old white man who is aware that a segment of America’s population lives under the assumption that they are disliked because of the color of their skin.

I may not be qualified to judge as to whether or not anyone dislikes another because of the color of their skin, albeit I am extremely qualified to judge what I myself, (like or dislike), in a person, a place, or a thing…

Example:

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I like sunshine on a cloudy day, albeit …

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..I don’t like getting caught in the rain,

nor do I like piña coladas…

Barack and Michelle partying

I don’t like Barack and Michelle Obama because they’re greedy elitists with an agenda to change America from its present place at the top of the food chain on this planet…

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..into the “utopian” socialist/communist state described to him every day by his mother.

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Where everyone has a job…

Obama eating like an animal

Everyone has plenty to eat…

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..and no one complains about their leader.

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Mildred from Camden,       (The Cowardice of Deception).

I’ve read both of Barack Obama’s books and like most folks who use their head for something other than a hat rack, after seven years of listening to him speak in public, I believe they were both ghostwritten.

I also believe that considering his proclivity for making things up as he goes, I don’t believe there’s a word of truth in either book to boot.

I believe Barack Obama was born into a world without reality because it’s a matter of record that he didn’t have parents in any traditional sense.

His mother was a capricious atheist/communist loon without any sense of responsibility. A real mother doesn’t outsource her children to grandparents or anyone, a real mother steps up to her responsibility.

People can pass all the laws they want to in Congress, but a child raised in an imaginary world by atheists/communists is not going to grow up to be an honest, God-fearing man.

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Hello Mildred, thank you for visiting my site and thank you for your contribution, you make more than a few good points.

So good and so many in fact, that I find myself at a loss to add to your narrative.

God bless you for understanding the importance of reality and responsibility, drop back again soon, Chuck.

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Doolittle from Austin,     (The Cowardice of Deception).

Like you, I’m an old fart on Social Security and dependent on Medicare to pick up our health care costs. My wife and I own a house, a car, a truck and a boat. So Mr. Obama has us in the rich white folks column, when as I’m sure you know that with the cost of gasoline, utilities, and food these days, that’s as far from reality that a human being can get.

Maybe if he’d ever had a job, owned a house and stepped foot in a grocery store prior to being elected president of the United States, he might be worth the salt were paying him, but he didn’t, and he’s not!

Our deductible went from $700 a year to $2200 a year.

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Hello Doolittle, thank you for visiting my site and thank you for your narrative, and a special bag of accolades for your colloquialism, (salt).

According to Webster: “col·lo·qui·al,” Characteristic of or appropriate to the spoken language or to writing that seeks the effect of speech; informal.

(Sidebar).

For those of you that may have missed school that day, during the reign of the Roman Empire, for a period of time Roman soldiers were paid for their services with salt.

Continuing…

As it is a current reality that there is not one set of “cojones” among the 535 men and women presently employed by you and I to manage our affairs in Washington – we are doomed to suffer under the thumb of Barack Obama for another…

605 days

I don’t know about you, ..but I’ve faced worse.

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Steve from Concord,             (Stupid is as Stupid does).

I’ve been logging on to your blog for about a month and a half, some of your stuff a agree with and some of it I think is bigoted animosity.

I don’t consider myself a Democrat or a Republican, I don’t care for Obama, but I don’t believe he needs to be nailed to a cross.

The reason I didn’t vote for him was because he was an unknown quantity and unknown quantities are only popular with morons who frequent Atlantic City or Las Vegas.

I logged onto babyspittle.com as you suggested and found the site not to be the least bit amusing, whoever this guy is, he’s a total nut job living in another universe, scary would have been a much better description of his rhetoric, than funny.

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Hello Steve, thank you for visiting my site and thank you for your narrative.

Yeah, (at least in my opinion), Mr. Babyspittle is some piece of work. He not only has everything upside down and totally backwards, it is (my considered opinion) that he believes his hogwash.

But then I suppose that’s to be expected, as Barack Obama is a powerful (talisman).

According to Webster: “tal·is·man,” An object believed to confer on its bearer supernatural powers or protection.

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Vivian from Albuquerque,         (Stupid is as Stupid does),

I’ve been reading your blog for about six months now and I’d like you to know I’ve never posted a comment to anyone on any website. But after reading your post yesterday, it was so unbelievable and so funny I just had to share.

I clicked the URL as you suggested and it was like visiting the twilight zone. Although I wasn’t raised in a plastic bubble, it’s still hard to believe that people like that really exist.

Do you think the guy is really that far out of touch with reality. If so, I doubt that he knows how to tie his own shoes?

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Hello Vivian, thank you for visiting my site and thank you for your interesting and colorful commentary.

Sadly, there are indeed many people like Mr. Babyspittle in this nation, otherwise how could we reasonably explain the current residence in the White House?

God bless you for your participation and for your sense of humor, please don’t make your first comment your last, it’s been fun. Chuck.

Truth forges understanding, I’ll be back…

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