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June 30, 2007


Julie Pippert

(Oh dear. I'm shouting. I'm sorry. I just Can. Not. Stand. That. Man. or his original compatriot.)

I? Have NOT ONE THING TO SAY about Mitt except I freaking well told everyone so!

I said I lived in Belmont for a few years and NEVER SAW HIM THERE. I lived in Beverly even longer and NEVER SAW HIM THERE EITHER.

He was not a Massachusettsian. Is not.

I said he is using MA as a stepping stone.

I said he has no desire to do anything good for this state because he's already four years past MA.

I said he's not good for MA and I don't agree with well, pretty much anything about him.

I. Said. So.

I was not fooled. Not for one hot second.

Not that I would likely vote Republican but I would NEVER vote for Mitt.

Err sorry to go all ranty. I am not a fan of his. Clearly. To state the obvious.

And to be cruel to dogs? Well, that just adds more bile to the nausea. Good grief. Roof of car. Must go wash mind with clorox to get rid of visual. Must go rinse nasty taste out of mouth.




You can tell a lot about people by how they treat animals (and that includes cats, which many wack jobs consider to be exempt from deserving human kindness) and this story about Romney speaks VOLUMES.

I wasn't going to vote for him anyway but I hope this sways anyone who was because there is simply NO WAY to rationalize such a cruel act.



OMG! That is just too much! Not like I was leaning toward him in the first place.


Oh come on. Can't you just move to Canada anyway?


*jaw hanging open*

I don't know what to say...

Wisconsin Mommy

He doesn't really have a chance of winning, does he? (Please say no!)

Blog Antagonist

I saw that article the other day, and I was aghast. Why not just board the poor thing or pay a neighbor kid five bucks a day to feed, water and walk him?


I am ignorant of Romney and his policies, but this isn't exactly a ringing endorsement of him as a human being.

Dog Training

I can only think of one reason why the dog was on the roof instead of being in the car. Maybe the dog was inclined to pass wind. Now that would upset the human occupants seeing as they are obviously so full of .... themselves.
Regards, Marion


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Animal Chaplain Nancy Cronk

If there is anything good about the Michael Vick story, it is that there is an emerging increased awareness about animal cruelty and animal fighting. However…

I think it is a sad commentary that we, as a culture, are using the Vick story to compare “What’s worse?” “What’s worse”, we ask, “carelessly fathering illegitimate children, or dogfighting?”. “Dogfighting or gambling?” “Dogfighting or rape?” “Dogfighting or racism?” “Dogfighting or hateful nationalism?” “Dogfighting or (fill in the blank)….?” The comparisons to dogfighting have been endless.

Dogfighting is one more piece of evidence our country is in need of a spiritual transformation (please note I said spiritual and not necessarily religious). Animals are sentient beings - they feel pain, and they suffer, just like we do. They are not more important, or less important than human beings, but like human beings, they are important, too.

Every major faith teaches its followers to be responsible stewards of animals and the Earth. Please help us get the word out that caring for animals, just like caring for people, is an important part of just being a decent person and citizen. If we make this a priority, there will be no more dogfighting horror stories, and no more pointless comparisons of evils. Let us all rise, together, to be better people than we are today, shall we?

Chaplain Nancy Cronk

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Definitely out of his league. Better be silent.

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