Thursday, July 31, 2008

Truth in Politics - Is That an Oxymoron?

"When you have exhausted all possibilities, remember this — you haven't."– Thomas Edison

The site below claims to analyze candidates statements for accuracy and then reports their findings. We can't see that it leans either right or left, but please check it out and make your own determination.

This is a bridge in France, which we will never drive over because France isn't on our list of must-see destinations. However, it is definitely a bridge that we would never want to cross.
Seventh Installment of Founding America: A Timeline
1773 - In January, Hutchinson opens the Massachusetts legislature with a speech explaining why Americans should recognize the supremacy of Parliament. On September 11, Benjamin Franklin publishes Rules Whereby a Great Empire May Be Reduced to a Small One. Parliament adopts the Tea Act, giving the near-bankrupt East India Company a monopoly on the sale of tea in America. On December 16, a group of sixty radicals stage the Boston Tea Party in Boston Harbor; dressed as Mohawk Indians, they board three ships--the Dartmouth, the Eleanor, and the Beaver--and destroy 342 crates of East India Company British tea.

1 comment:

BertnBurb said...

Ummmmmmmm...........I think that my eyes would be as big as Kobe's and I would be screaming like Isaiah if I had to cross that bridge too. I think that I would be standing on the sidelines with you guys.