Tuesday, August 3, 2021

Kimberly_Schwartz

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Southern girl and proud of it. Wife, mother, prosecuting attorney, political conservative, and home-based business owner; living and working in Central Georgia, USA. Dabbler in web design, photography, and mixed media. Still prefers reading and writing over math. Totally obsessed rubber stamper and scrapbooker. Shares several acres of easily-defensible farmland with husband, daughter, four dogs, and way too many cats.
Gotta love it....actor Nick Searcy endorses Herman Cain with a really fun video.  Cameo by Zo. "There was a time in America when a man was a man, a horse was a horse, and a man on a horse was just a man on a horse...unless he carried yellow flowers." Enjoy!
So. The Wall Street Journal is now calling those of us opposed to the so-called “Boehner plan” – you know, the one which will get fewer votes in the Senate than Cut, Cap, and Balance, and therefore has already been pronounced DOA in advance of its arrival, and which,...
The CNN GOP Debate (or “mass press conference” as Boortz more accurately termed it) is over.  There was a lot to criticize about the format, including John King's "utting" and the outright silliness of the “this or that” questions.  I was online while watching the debate, and reading aloud...
Herman Cain addressed the Georgia Republican Party State Convention on Saturday, May 14, 2011.   His speech was made of awesome.  He brought the crowd to its feet at least ten times  - this according to the AJC reporter who was there - I kind of lost track myself. I'm linking...
(From the Dispatches) It's been a little over a month since I mentally said, "Oh, ALRIGHT already!" to ColdWarrior and Ron Robinson and got actively involved in the local GOP by attending my first event  - our county convention.  Now seems like a good time to offer a few...
The year was 1996.  Clinton was in the White House.  The GOP nominated Dole/Kemp.  Di and Charles got divorced.  I got married.  Ella Fitzgerald passed away.  The Olympics were held in Atlanta.  And for once, I agreed with the Academy:  Braveheart was an awesome movie.  Fast-forward about fifteen years: ...
In plain language, Herman Cain explains the concept: "Most importantly, conservatives see America as exceptional because of our shared belief in the dignity and creativity of the individual. We know that it is innately human to work, to risk, and to dream." and this: ". . . progressivism rejects American Exceptionalism. Progressives...
In the first chapter of Stephen King's The Shining, Watson, the maintenance man at the Overlook Hotel, warns Jack Torrence (the character famously played by Jack Nicholson in the Kubrick movie) that he has to keep an eye on the pressure gauge of the antiquated boiler in the basement: ...