Wednesday, September 3, 2008

17 People Saying Something!

ShAĆ© - ShAĆ© 03 September, 2008 10:36

Oh, the games are in full swing. :-)

mema

Oh why didn't you add a picture of beautiful downtown Wasile? That would be good for a chuckle.

Villager 03 September, 2008 12:05

Happy WW! It should be an interesting campaign over the next 60 days...

Thanx for your earlier visit! I invite your blog readers to see where Sarah Palin was working less than two years ago on my WW-post this week...

peace, Villager

SjP 03 September, 2008 12:40

I'll be so glad when this is all over...or at least, depending on the outcome, I think I'll be so glad!

Lisa C 03 September, 2008 13:32

This is going to be very interesting. Can't wait to see how it all unfolds!

Marcus LANGFORD 03 September, 2008 20:50

the republicans are already getting off to a rough start. god only knows how it work out for them in the end.

HEALTH NUT WANNABEE MOM 03 September, 2008 21:33

For more there is no choice. Go Obama.

Tommy V 04 September, 2008 01:06

that says a lot

Shana 04 September, 2008 06:40

May the best two men (*wink~wink*) win! OBAMA FOR CHANGE!!!!

bluedreamer27 04 September, 2008 08:55

go for Obama hooray

The Success 04 September, 2008 09:25

Will OBAMA WIN???
Many of my friends here in my country like him
anyway would you like to link exchange with me?

jjbrock 05 September, 2008 10:53

I am waiting to see what the media comes up with after their vetting process is over.

Should be very interesting considering McCain didn't do such a good job of checking her out.

McCain and Palin don't represent the America we are evolving into which consist of all people.

Allure 05 September, 2008 12:18

Good luck to both parties. I hope whoever wins, he could bring the US back into being a great country especially with regards to economy.

SjP 05 September, 2008 23:30

Yes! Yes! The next 2 months we will truly witness the game called Politics at its best - or worst - depending on one's frame of reference.

Dorothy 07 September, 2008 08:51

All I want is honesty back to Washington and working for us the voter. It will be refreshing as I think both the candidates are truthful and great men.

let the voter choose and it seems like a toss up at this time.
By the way...I'm from Amherst, New York..you and I are close and I'm doing some real estate (commercial) in Rochester maybe we could meet for coffee or lunch when I'm out there...? Would you like that?

Dorothy from grammology
www.grammology.com

Believer 1964 09 September, 2008 14:27

Girl, I can't wait for the debates!

love ely 13 September, 2008 22:02

Interesting post. Its title and its picture.
I hope... let the games begin with forgiveness for peaceful and the hatred will abate.

My Fort Worth, TX Weather...

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