Evolution has left us able to perceive only that which is made of atoms. However, are their entities in the universe not made of atoms that are, therefore, unperceivable to the human?
OK, I get it. Technology has to advance. but to charge $30 for an adapter plug that you know is less than $3 to mass produce is just plain price-gouging. I’ll wait for the knock-offs to surface.
The issues in this campaign should include the proper role of government, how to strengthen the middle class, giving everybody a fair shake, and getting the economy going again. It would be helpful if the media concentrated their attention accordingly.
I don’t think Mitt Romney understands what it takes to sacrifice everything you have to put your three daughters through college like my dad does. I don’t think Mitt Romney understands that my father is not lazy and he is not a victim.
Scott Brown’s latest television ad states that he is nobody’s senator except the people’s is laughable.
Scott Brown, who has voted too often, on too many important economic and social issues in support of the new, extreme right Republican Party, cannot be truly loyal to the beliefs of the majority of the people of Massachusetts.
The Globe’s readers would be much better served if there were straight news articles on page one that describe Brown’s and Warren’s positions on such key issues as taxes, financial regulation, Medicare, birth control, and reducing the debt.
If they tell the truth they will loose! Republicans want to take the country back…to the 12th Century. Kings, Queens Nobility ruling over serfs and slaves.
Romney could have stood up for the RomneyCare approach (including ObamaCare), but he lacked the guts to take on Rush Limbaugh or Sarah Palin. Instead, Romney caved to conservatives, and joined the relentless assault on ObamaCare.
The idea that looking to the past for all inspration is something Republicans should seeks to avoid.