Wednesday August 27 | Average Joes

August 25, 2008 at 9:40 am | Posted in Coming Up | 5 Comments

It’s our monthly edition of Average Joes here on Charlotte Talks. We’ll be joined by a diverse group of Charlotte Talks listeners who will talk about the issues important to them. Tom Atwood, Hampton Hopkins, Ann Fallon and Bill Guillot will join us to talk about education, the election, energy and gas prices, immigration and much, much more.

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  1. Things to keep in mind:

    2004 GOP Convention: “Purple Heart Bandages”

    109th Congress and Administration: Beat Drums of War, did Nothing as to Enhancing, Investigating, Oversite as to Military Care, Living Conditions, Veterans, once again, the history of same follows lessons not learned from our conflict ‘Nam as well as not knowing they were sending the troops into a Guerilla/Insurgent War!

    McCain, and whoever he picks as VP, read above than see Voting Records, including all (R)’s 109th and the present Congress!

    Many of us ‘Nam Veterans will not forgive the GOP “Purple Heart Bandages” and the Laughter of same, nor will the many other Vets and Recipients of!

  2. Bill doesn’t know anything Obama because he chooses not to. It’s that simple. He has already made up his mind that he doesn’t like him, and doesn’t want to do the research to find out Obama’s policies. No big deal, but he should at least be honest enough to say it outright.

    Socialism or Oligarchy? Which is worse? Bush / McSame want the powerful to control the country. After all that’s all they know. Bush is a blueblood, and McCain has known only privilege all his life.

  3. Bill was on point. Enough Said

  4. Very convincing Trent… you must be some sort of debating whiz?

    ‘Nuff said! (at least say it with some authority!) 😉

  5. I hope Bill likes McSame’s VP pick. Yeah, great choice!

    From the Associated Press a couple weeks ago:

    “Gov. Sarah Palin, a rising young GOP star mentioned
    as a possible running mate for John McCain, could see her clean-hands reputation damaged by a growing furor over whether she tried to get her former brother-in-law fired as a state trooper.

    “A legislative panel has launched a $100,000 investigation to determine if Palin dismissed Alaska’s public safety commissioner because he would not fire the trooper, Mike Wooten. Wooten went through a messy divorce from Palin’s sister.”

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