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        So, are you buying it?  Are you buying the idea that the celebrity,the media and political pundits are perpetuating; that the Democrats and Barack Obama has this Presidential election all tied up?  And if you are buying it…are you hearing a little voice inside your head saying…anything that looks too good to be true, probably isn’t True?  If so, you should listen to it.  Vote your conscience…the voice in your head that tells you the the right thing to do.

         Have you ever debated with yourself over a big purchase?  You know the drill…should I or shouldn’t I, buy it?  Then, you find yourself tempted beyond belief and give in, because the next, new, pretty, shinny thing catches your eye and looks good to you?  It is the latest, the greatest…everyone has it…everyone says you must have it…your life will be better if you only…join in and buy it.   Immediately, that little voice inside your head tells you…You should not have done that!  You know you are going to regret doing that.  There will be consequences…and then….THEN, THERE ARE CONSEQUENCES, and you have to live with them.

          That is called buyers remorse.  Don’t buy into this perfectly rosy picture that is being painted by the very slanted media and online chanting going on…Barack Obama is not God.  He cannot, by himself turn this world around on a dime.  No, he will have to have help.  Yes, there are plenty of people willing to help him do that…for a price.  Are you willing to put a man into office, that has so many questions swirling around him about the quality and allegiences of the people that he involves himself with, who will have that much influence over what laws govern your life, what level of quality of life you live, and a man that seems so very above it all?  He barely registers emotion when he is before the cameras.  What is his leadership like behind the scenes?  Maybe you should check this out: http://hillbuzz.wordpress.com/2008/10/30/confession-of-an-obama-blogger-by-sarah-p-as-posted-to-this-site/

         Don’t vote for Barack Obama and expose us all to a huge portion of buyer’s remorse.  Some of us can’t afford it and the impact will be felt around the world!

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       Well, it is sounding “official”…Big Foot Fooey has once again been perpetuated on the public.  There was a big announcement last week about a supposed finding of a big foot body that was going to be examined by scientists and experts.  Yet, when the news conference took place making that announcement…there were more questions then answers.

        Today, a company in Indiana called, Searching For Bigfoot, Inc. has declared that the finders had perpetuated an alledged hoax.    When BigFoot was unthawed…supposedly, it was a rubber costume.  The company is planning to handle this in a legal manner. 

        I think that most people were of the mindset that this whole thing was not real.  The problem is…those who really do research out in the field looking to document animal species that are unknown…have a harder time convincing people when they make legitimate findings of a new “undisclosed” species of animal.  However, some people are going to believe no matter what, in Big Foot.   Those who are trying to prove the “mythical” Big Foot does exist can’t be happy about bringing the whole topic up for what turned out to be another public mocking experience. 

        The thing is…you have to wonder about the men involved in this particular hoax.  I believe that i read that one of the men was a police officer or maybe a former police officer.  I can’t help but wonder, why would someone who is basically a civil servant want to call in to question his (or in any other case) her credibility?  I mean, their job is based on trust and reliability on a day to day basis…why would they want to make their name synonomous with a laughing stock or worse…a liar that had to know that this “hoax” was so easily proven untrue?  Was there money, somehow involved?  I guess some people will do anything for 15 minutes of fame.  I can’t understand any other reason for wanting to do something that “experts” could prove wrong.

       So I guess in this particular case, take two pieces of baloney and put it between two slices of bread and have yourself a  sandwich of, Big Foot Baloney…cause this “hoax” got busted!

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