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4 responses to "Polling Question: How Many Homes Do You Own?"

  1. Leo Pusateri On August 22, 2008 at 2:34 PM

    I don't know... how many of your reader got $300,000 off of your multi-million dollar home that was procured from a convicted slumlord?

    How many of your reader owns a multi-million dollar home, in the first place?

    How many of your reader actually pals around with unrepentant terrorists and vitriolic anti-American pastors?

    Inquiring minds want to know.

  2. Political Muse On August 22, 2008 at 2:47 PM

    Leo, I cannot tell you how clever you are to leave the word "reader" as singular thus implying that I have only one reader. That had to take some considerable time and brain power on your part. Are you tired?

    And you hit almost all of the Republican talking points. You are such a good drone...

  3. Gary Gross On August 22, 2008 at 8:42 PM

    Eric, Why didn't you answer Leo's legitimate questions instead of responding with a vitriolic attack?

    I've noticed that liberals don't like answering embarassing questions. Still, it would've been nice if you hadn't responded in such typical fashion.

    It would've been nice if you'd unpretzeled your spine & given a straight answer because that would've shown character. Better luck next time with that spine thingy.

  4. Political Muse On August 23, 2008 at 12:25 AM

    The problem is, Gary, that neither you nor Leo want to hear the answer and even when you do hear the answer you will not accept it anyway.

    I provided you with the Factcheck.org article and you know very well that they are as unbiased as they get. Did you take back your baseless claim? No, because you have no evidence and no leg to stand on. You simply want to put the words convicted felon and Barack Obama in a sentence as many times as you can and hope it fools people into believing your unproven claim.

    As far as the other two go, if you want to bring up the association of every negative figure in someone's life and use that as a club against them then I guess we can do that. I don't defend the things William Ayers or Jeremiah Wright have said or done and neither has Barack Obama.

    You see, Gary, the questions Leo asked were so loaded with his own perspective and yes his own vitriol of the situation (for example implying that Ayers and Obama "pal around") that they really aren't even valid questions.

    I assume also, given the moral high horse you are currently riding, that you will be chastising Leo for all of the names he chose to call me in the comment section of his blog and for implying that I should go and drown myself.