Day by Day



27 August 2008

And if elected...


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5 comments:

Anonymous said...

I think you are both a bit off track. I would suggest that the rural areas are conservative, but there are definite enclaves of liberals, e.g. Rehoboth. I think C2 may be confusing conservative views with tolerance, and Capt J hasn't been hit on by a "festive male". I am guilty of the former and I was hit on when I was in Rehoboth last week. It is oddly flattering. By way of example, I think most would agree that the Amish are at least somewhat conservative, yet they exercise a tolerance for others from which many of us could take a lesson. A to which one of you is correct, who knows?

CPT Mac

Anonymous said...

Here is the "S" I left out...

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captjackharkness said...

Um. I am a "festive male"...perhaps I hit on you? I was in Rehoboth last week....

Anonymous said...

Maybe, although I'm not that good looking. I can only imagine he needed glasses or a sugar daddy. Were you by the sub towers in the state park on the north end? It was my first time in Rehoboth and I had a great time. I need to get out more...

Anonymous said...

BTW, if you lean to the right then the world appears to you as being left, and if you lean to the left, the world appears to you as being right. So I will settle the question of Del once and for all.

To a Kuwaiti, they appear liberal
To a Dane, they appear conservative.

Ha!

CPT Mac