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My Voice, Super Tuesday, and Hillary

>> Tuesday, February 05, 2008

*In my very best Taunting voice* I got a phone call from Hillary! (Sung to the tune of "I got an Ice-cream and you don't) ;)


***Edit 3:01 PM - If you are listening to this on a computer that tends to run a bit slow, it will slow down the tape a bit, making my voice seem a bit deeper than what it really is!
I noticed it with my work computer and have just had a gentleman email me to say that:
" I thought your voice would be more sassy or something to better match your personality."

LOL Trust me....I can be as damn well SASSY as I want to be,
don't let *that* fool you!!

My guess is that it's probably the quality of the tape. Or maybe because I had done that first thing in the morning. If that's the case...Consider it my bedroom voice. ;)

But I Like Sassiness!


25 Reflections:

Billiam 9:13 AM, February 05, 2008  

People should remember how badly Hillary messed up her "health care plan" with her husband's administration before voting for her. Also, it sure is funny that she was on the bandwagon for going to war (until a year ago)and had all the same intelligence as the commander in chief and everybody else, but refuses to admit responsibility for her own decisions. I happen to be a conservative, but if I were to vote liberal, I'd go with Obama. At least he has a backbone and doesn't change his stance every time the polls change. Hillary is a douche!

Greeneyezz 9:28 AM, February 05, 2008  

Ouch Bill. It was meant tongue-in-cheek. That's all. ;)~~
It just gave me a reason to use that new little gadget about recording my voice.
Sheesh, I comment about you changing your avatar back on B. Catalog, and what do you do?? ...You change it back! lol



joderebe 3:33 PM, February 05, 2008  

Deep and sultry yes, and a hint of Sassiness :-) Your voice that is ...not Hillary's/

Greeneyezz 3:53 PM, February 05, 2008  

Awww JD, Ya sure know how to bring a smile to my lips. ;)
But then again, It's really no surprise that you'd have the right words, you are truely an incredible Poet, and work wonders with the written word, as well as beautiful artwork.



The Thrifty Blogger 7:07 PM, February 05, 2008  

I got 2 of them on my voice mail, yesterday and today. I'm guessing anyone who's registered democrat would get one? I voted for her, and I hope she wins! I wouldn't mind seeing Obama as the VP. Or better yet, Al Gore! lol

Billiam, as far as changing her stance when polls change, I sure wish Bush would have done that, he ignores what the country wants and does everything HIS way. Thank God he's almost outta here! :)

Billiam 8:35 PM, February 05, 2008  

Yessum! Nice voice, Greeneyezz :)To The Thrifty Blogger, I respect your opinion, but George Bush is not the subject today. I fought as an infantryman in Iraq so I favor a party who belives in Smaller goverment and a bigger, stronger military instead of a party who favors big goverment and socialist like values. The only real power the president has is to appoint Supreme Court Justices and his veto. The Congress has the majority of the power and our congress is run by a majority of Democrats. It's easy to point and blame somebody else, but just remember that after 9-11, everybody supported the war. They did not support it because of Al Qaeda or WMD's, but they all supported it because Saddam kicked out the U.N. weapons inspectors. My point was that Hillary tells the story like "she was duped" into voting for a war. Who wants a president who was "duped"? She had all the intelligence everybody else had and refuses to accept responsibility for making a bad choice.

Kim 8:57 PM, February 05, 2008  

But, I already KNEW what your voice sounded like! And, I know what you LOOK like, too! :-p

I couldn't vote. Our primaries aren't until May. Sigh.

william 9:04 PM, February 05, 2008  

OMG ZZ...when did you grow an adam's apple....please please....don't go into the 'Roid Rage! I don't think I could fend you off.

Wow...I knew that you had that deep sultry voice...but those Human Growth Hormones are doing a number on the way....keep this up and you'lll have to but the next lunch, I don't know if I could afford your new 'Roid appetite! hehe

Greeneyezz 7:14 AM, February 06, 2008  

Billiam - I agree with your stance that after 9/11, everyone supported the war (including Ms. Clinton), but unless I'm missing something, there seemed to have been a shift...The focus was (and should have been) on Al Qaeda, Bin Laden, and what happened to the Twin Towers. Though I agree Saddam should have been 'taken out', something doesn't sit well with me to know that we essentially 'hid behind' 9/11 to go after Saddam. I think they were 2 separate issues, (Bin Laden and Saddam)
I know you were in Iraq, I remember you and I chatting about that on here...(WoW)...about a year ago! :)
I also have a high degree of respect for you and your service men. You put yourself in danger to help keep our country free. I however, don't have any respect for our 'leader' and maybe (in my opinion of course) he *should* have shifted his stance, particularly when the people of the U.S. were starting to question why he had shifted his attention from Bin Laden to Saddam, when this country was in an uproar to what happened with 9/11.
On a lighter note...
How about that better view of your weapon? *Raises arched eyebrow and winks* (You still like me, I know you do!!) lol :)

Gwen - Yea, I figured it was going out to all Democrats. I had also peeked in Yada yesterday and read a few people's comments about getting taped messages from Hillary. (Yea, I'm not in there much at all anymore, but I still do peek in from time to time.)

Kim - Yes you do know what I look like and sound like. :) When you head back up to NY in the Summer, make sure you let me know, I'll round up people again.

William -...(Bill)....(Fosterdad)....You holding out on me???? You have a blogger account now?? Thinking on changing over from Myspace?? I almost didn't recognize your font until you mentioned about getting together for lunch. Oh, and the Adam's Apple thing???
Come close, I want to whisper this in your ear...



Bite me! :)
*Said in sultry & sexy voice*
You, above all people, know I don't have that deep of a voice! gonna show me your blogger?? (Why does that *sound* so naughty??? I could say that to anyone else, and not have that same feel to it!!) ;)


Billiam 9:52 AM, February 06, 2008  

Of course I still like you, ZZ! Why wouldn't I? Happy Lent to everybody. I get to look forward to 6 weeks of giving up somthing (maybe beer?)and baked fish every friday. Yay! Jesus was good!!!

FosterDad 10:16 AM, February 06, 2008  

ummm zzz....
...isn't it bad enough that you take my canolli everytime I see you! hehe

No blog for me...I set up a gmail account so I could set up the google reader on my phone...I thought that it would just use my screen name while posting a comment...I guessed wrong!

The Thrifty Blogger 11:13 AM, February 06, 2008  

I too, respect your opinion, but have to wonder how a bigger military would mean less government? I have always equated the military and the gov't to be one and the same? Can you explain the difference? Oh, and thank you for your service to our military. :)

I have a bit of an uneasy feeling over Barack Obama, something that I can't put my finger on. It's just when I hear him speak, or look at pictures of him, I get this uneasy feeling. Maybe I feel safer going with the known devil (Hillary) than the unknown. lol

Greeneyezz 2:16 PM, February 06, 2008  

Hey Everyone,

I had done a post on this a while ago, but think I'll just include the link here. It's called the 'Candidate Matching Game" and a great way to maybe help determine which candidat is best suited for you.

It was put together by USA Today and gives you a quiz of 11 questions ranging from Iraq to Taxes. As you answer each question, it aligns you with what Candidate best fits with your own beliefs and values.

As an FYI - That post has become my #1 post that my blog is reached through a search. I've had hundreds of hits from around the Country for this Match up.
Also be aware, it might take a bit to there are more than 450+ comments from people.

Why not try it and post your results here?

Good Luck!


Greeneyezz 2:19 PM, February 06, 2008  

I don't know why Blogger cut some of the address off, so I'm giving it as a TinyURL:

Billiam 9:12 AM, February 08, 2008  

Thank you, Miss Gwen. I guess the military is a part of the goverment, but I was referring to other goverment agencies and programs that most conservatives don't believe in. Welfare is an excellent example. I believe in the WIC program because kids can't help if they are poor and every child deserves nourishment, but I don't support welfare as a way to live. Poor people are poor because they made poor choices. It's not fair for the taxpayers to support people who only want to breed and choose to not work.

I actually voted in the primary here for Mike Huckabee, but there is little chance of him recieving the nomination over McCain. I think his "churchiness" scares people. He wanted to get rid of the IRS completely and switch to a use tax. There's no reason for another big goverment agency wasting money to collect money. It's also not fair for the richest 10% to pay 90% of the taxes. I am far from rich, but I believe a person paying 38% taxes just because they have more money, compared to somebody only paying 28% because they make under $30,000 is unfair. Everybody should be treated and taxed equally, based on what they use and what they buy. The Robin Hood mentality has to go if people are ever going to be made to be responsible for their actions and pull their own weight.

About Obama, I read both of his books and he seems to be a nice guy. The thing I don't like is that his name sounds Muslim!

If Hillary wins, I will support her as Commander In Chief just like I support every president but I truly hope it doesn't come to that. She is just like Romney was, owing too many favors and in the pockets of the lobbyists. I worry that McCain is the same way too. I really don't trust any Washington lifer, no matter which side of the aisle they come from.

Also, to Greeneyezz: I gave up chocolate and candy for Lent instead of Beer. The beer is my breads and cereals group!

Greeneyezz 12:16 PM, February 08, 2008  

Also, to Greeneyezz: I gave up chocolate and candy for Lent instead of Beer.

You are a far better person than I am. A far better person!! :)

and regarding: The beer is my breads and cereals group!"
I knew someone in College who would pour beer over his Wheaties and eat it. Talk about The Breakfast of Champions!! ;)

The Thrifty Blogger 9:58 PM, February 08, 2008  

Oh man! lol Billiam, I have to take issue with this statement: "It's also not fair for the richest 10% to pay 90% of the taxes."

Huh? Why not?! That is the most ridiculous argument people like Rush L give. (no offense to you) They make more money, it follows that they pay more tax.

Let's say, for example: If I make 20k a year and pay 30 percent tax, that is 6k. If you make 200k a year and also pay 30 percent tax, that equals 60k. You're paying thousands more in tax. Is it fair?? Yes, of course it is!

Otherwise, you are saying each american should pay, say 6k a year in taxes no matter how much they make? That's not right. That would mean the lower income earners pay an extremely higher percentage of tax. You would agree that is not right, I hope?

Some people are brighter, luckier, and more talented or more educated and make more. Some have disabilities that prevent them from making more.

If you based everyone's income on the same percentage, the rich are going to be paying something like 90 percent of the taxes for the country, because that's the income they are taxed on. It's just a fact.

Now when you take people below poverty, if they can't even feed themselves and their families, how can you take tax from them?

I just really dislike that misleading statement about how the rich have it so bad. And Limbaugh, the poison of the airwaves. lol :)

Billiam 2:39 PM, February 10, 2008  

To Greeneyezz: Just because I gave up sweets, I am still no better than you.

To Gwen: I don't listen to or watch Limbaugh, Oreilly or any of those people. I watch CNN, Fox News, read the newspaper and the Weekly Standard and come up with my own views. I don't need people to tell me how I should think. I just try to absorb what I can so I can make a better informed decision in my best interests. It is completely fair for everybody to pay the same percentage of taxes, despite their income. The U.S.A. is not a socialist or communist country. It shouldn't be the duty of the wealthy to care for the poor. That's what churches, neighbors and the Salvation Army are for. Everybody has the opportunity to be wealthy, but the poor just didn't try hard enough (Or won't try). You can't help people that won't help themselves. In fact, If I had my way, I'd like to save billions of dollars in welfare every year by buying a few hundred thousand dollars worth of ammo. 50 cents or less per person should do it!

The Thrifty Blogger 7:01 PM, February 11, 2008  

I'd just like to point out-Don't forget a lot of those on welfare are children. The majority of them are children. Do they have bullets with their names on them too? Or is the ammo just reserved for their mommies and daddies?

The Thrifty Blogger 7:03 PM, February 11, 2008  

"Everybody has the opportunity to be wealthy, but the poor just didn't try hard enough (Or won't try)."

You're kidding, right?

Greeneyezz 7:08 PM, February 11, 2008  

Can I just say...

I am completely LOVING the fact that people can have a different POV and *still* be respectful of eachother when when debating.

Bill, you are not aware, but Gwen, you've been in the National Politics Forum before...I know you have. I won't even step foot in there anymore as people reduce themselves to serious name bashing, idiotic drivel, rather than intelligently conveying their positions and opinions. It just ends up being pointless bashing whenever someone disagrees with someone's political stance.

I'm loving reading you both, as I believe each of you do have legit points on things.

Way to go guys!! ;)


Billiam 10:59 PM, February 11, 2008  

This post will never die! ;) Of course it wouldn't be proper to exterminate helpless children. We could give them to people who can care for them. Why should people who can't support themselves be allowed to breed and then get paid for it? These people have no job skills and are a drain on the economy. I'd love to see welfare moms forced to have their ovaries removed to continue to recieve benefits.

Why would I be kidding about saying that everybody has the opportunity to become wealthy? It's not my fault that some people choose not to pay attention in school and do nothing with their lives. I wouldn't lose a wink of sleep over a starving ghetto rat! I'm not heartless, I help people who are willing to help themselves.

Greeneyezz 11:15 PM, February 11, 2008  

I'd love to see welfare moms forced to have their ovaries removed to continue to recieve benefits.
Ahh, but you forgot to mention castrating the men who had equal responsibility in that. (To the best of my knowledge, there was only one Imaculate Conception.)
Bill, it takes two, and do I really have to explain the Birds & the Bees to you??? *raises arched eyebrow*


Billiam 11:32 AM, February 12, 2008  

Of course not, silly goose! I made one of my own, but I waited until I was 35 and financially stable enough to care for her properly. She's only 2 months old and she already has life insurance and 4 years at a state university paid for. That's how responsible people breed. I will admit, I was unwed when she was concieved and I was racing the baby to be married before she came. Wouldn't want a bastard kid because I wasn't man enough to take responsibility for my actions and marry the mother. As far as castration, that sounds like a sexcellent idea!

Billiam 1:07 AM, February 18, 2008  

What happened to Gwen? I answered her questions. I believe I still have an unanswered question. I have another question as well. Why do democrats want to take away the second amendment? Shouldn't I have the right to bear arms? Did you know Hillary and Obama support the assault weapons ban? How could I bear arms against a military with automatic weapons, tanks, artillery, etc. (if needed) if the democrats don't even want to allow me to have a regular semi-automatic rifle? If they had their way, my current weapons would be illegal. They need to read the declaration of independence, the constitution and the amendments to the constitution before they take away our rights. Good night, ZZ. I'm going to go clean one of my weapons and hit the rack. Maybe I'll have a good night and drift peacefully into slumber to dream of the impending holy war with Muslim extremists.

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