Sprightly

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Sprightly last won the day on March 7 2007

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  1. Why yes, yes it is! Adult Romper Room!
  2. Yes, I get that people refuse to call him their leader. But, he was elected the leader of this country until he isn't. It was disingenuous for that poster to go to such lengths to make such a dumb point. There is nothing about him that I respect as someone that I want to lead me, and he exhibits no traits that I expect from a leader. But he is the current leader.
  3. We agree that it's payback.
  4. I don't believe half of what I read or hear in the news. There is no reason in the world for me to believe what some anonymous talk forum poster says. But it does make me laugh so thanks for that!
  5. Poor candidates. I think that our country is sick of the choices and, in that way, we are being apathetic. As a country though, outside the realm of elections, we are not a country of apathy. We are doers. IMO
  6. No, I don't. I see an increase in protests from years past. I don't think these very large protests consist of apathetic people.
  7. Then you're not a U.S. citizen. You could have just said so. And one need not be a citizen of the U.S. to pay taxes.
  8. lol Unless you renounced your U.S. citizenship, you are a citizen of this country, he is your "leader" like or not. I don't like it, but I'm stuck with it until it changes. Your coyness is odd.
  9. If you are truly as smart as you claim, you should be able to give a reasonable answer to my question. This isn't one.
  10. So, if you're an American citizen, as I am, what makes him "my" leader and not your leader?
  11. I think there is enough hypocrisy to go around.
  12. I don't think that we have become a nation of apathy. But I do think that we have to learn to trust but verify since we can't depend on the media for it.