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Comment from: Judge Smails [Visitor] Email
I just have to point out that there is nothing conservative about Arlen Suspecter. With Republicans like him, who needs Democrats?

As far as Woods goes, he should stick to golf.
2007-03-23 @ 00:13
Comment from: Wunderkind [Visitor] Email
OK Stacey, I am going to do you a favor to attract more visitors....

'Michelle Wie will be a better President than Tiger Woods.'

(There, just sit back and watch people visiting and voice their disagreement for such an outrageous claim.)
2007-03-23 @ 13:56
Comment from: Stacy [Visitor] Email
We'll see, Wunderkind, for now I am curious!
2007-03-23 @ 14:25
Comment from: RonMon [Visitor] Email
Wunderkind doesn't have the pull of Chris Baldwin, so it won't work. However, all these updates about Woods are smoke and mirrors. He is still a tool in the hands of the true power brokers. However, he is not an electric tool (meaning he has some personal power) and not just a hand-driven one. If he decides to cross over into the egomaniacal, evil-maniacal world of politics, then little Eldrick will be lost forever. Let's hope that the birth of a child will not drive him to push the child, but instead will ... ah, forget it. We all can guess at what could, should, might happen.
2007-03-24 @ 06:28
Comment from: Wunderkind [Visitor] Email
OK Stacy, no one seems to bite. However, I think we did prove the point about how silly some people are when it comes to the subject of Wie. This time because we explicitly spelled out our intention, they probably finally recognized they do not want to be played.
2007-03-26 @ 06:52

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