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December 3, 2007 |
listened to your radio show a few times and like hearing the left's side of things when it is based on fact and is not anti-usa. of course i have turned you off when things went crazy left for the same reason air america was so successful. don't mimic failure and expect success.
i do not believe that you need to promote a blog with "That’s contained, muthaf...er." on your site. maybe one day you will edit things like this.
August 30, 2007 |
send me an email and let me know how things on the "outside" are going!
August 22, 2007 |
Hey, I can read your blog now. Cary cleaned out my harddrive and reinstalled everything. I CAN SEE!! I CAN SEE!!!
July 23, 2007 |
Your Web site's getting better every year.
April 23, 2007 |
Roxanne,I would respectively like to comment about what was wrote in 'THE I MAN`S RACIST PAST COMES BACK TO HAUNT HIM' In the articale you say "worked under the boot of white men" I ask is that not in its self Racist? I am a white man, I am not in disagreement of the things she is saying,but we should be carful of the words we use so they don`t come back and haunt us.
April 16, 2007 |
Are you planning on attending the encampment to protest the war starting March 12th in Washington DC? You should. I hope to see you there !!
March 7, 2007 |
Nice to see another progressive fighting the good fight in this state. Would like to swap links if you're interested.
My blog is: www.scpolitics.org.
I'm in York County and have been blogging for about 5 years.
February 18, 2007 |
I just finished reading Thom Hartmann's "Screwed", about how the Right is killing off the middle class in this country. It is an excellent book and I want to recommend it to everyone. At the end, he gives some wonderful suggestions on how progressives can become more involved in the picture and can take back some of the power the weak Dems have given away over the years. It's an important message, an urgent one.
Keep up the good work and keep your voice going loud and strong to flush the rat-bastards out of the dark.
December 15, 2006 |
I was "googling" a bit to see if "Tiny Town" in Easley, SC retrieved any information.
I saw your blog from Sept 2005 about "Tiny Town," and found myself laughing out loud! I am from Easley, but have since moved...very far away! I can totally understand your reaction but would like to leave you with my memory of the place.
As a child, my family and I would meet at the bonfire around the second week of December to see tiny town. Although the place was a bit creepy and it was always so cold when we would go, it was such a nice sense of community for me because we would talk to the different families and whoever the lady is that owned the house would offer hot cocoa (of course this was 20+ years ago). I plan to visit your blog more often because I think your description was "dead on" and heard the same comments from my husband when he visited a few years ago. Happy Holidays!
December 9, 2006 |
Holiday Cheer from Steph
Just wanted to write and thank you for being the voice in the wilderness for us Progressives in the area. So many liberals and progressives are afraid to even peek out from behind their security blankets, but you let us all know that it's okay to raise the roof every now and then; shake the good old boys up. We have to take this country, this state and this county back from the Right wing zealots and your voice and your words are the ammo we need. Keep it up and let me know however I can help. You're not out there alone.
December 6, 2006 |
Roxanne- I really, really appreciated your column on Ted Haggard. My gay son and many of his friends are just so darned rabid about people like Haggard that they forget their own natural compassion. You hit the nail on the head as far as I’m concerned. Even many of my fellow PFLAG parents get so angry at people like him that when these guys get caught and go down in flames, they forget that these people are human and gay and very much like our own kids-just got warped by society forcing them into other molds. Your expressed concern for Haggard’s family speaks well for your own compassion.
Why are you (and your husband) not part of our PFLAG chapter? You could certainly contribute a great deal (and I don’t mean your dues!).
Nonetheless, your column made a great hit in the West Hollywood gay community and I think they listened.
Please keep up the good work.
November 21, 2006 |
I am a new reader of your blog, and I appreciate that you are willing to stand up for Democrats in South Carolina. However, I take serious issue with a few of your observations.
First, Andy Brack does not live in Columbia, he lives in Charleston. As a former congressional candidate, Kerry supporter, and founder of the "Center for a Better South," Mr. Brack is a leader in this state for progressive policies. If you read some of his columns and check out the work that the Center for a Better South has done, then you'd see he is clearly trying to pave the way for more liberal policies in South Carolina. He's about as far from the good-ole-boy system as it gets.
I also think that you mistakenly assume that simply because someone is moderate (or as my mamma says, "polite") in their tone and rhetoric, then they are somehow less of a Democrat than you are. Calling a woman a durogatory word and saying that Joe Lieberman a traitor is neither helpful in promoting your cause nor useful in the political process. You may disagree with Lieberman's stance on Iraq (as do I), but he is a great statesman and a faithful Democrat. He deserves our respect.
In short, we should never water down our beliefs as Democrats. However, ad hominem attacks are never useful. And they certainly aren't classy.
November 15, 2006 |
You call her that? The very use of the word means that it is more appropriate of yourself than of her. Your look of shock that night when Joshua Gross used the Palm Beach retort showed that you were lost when logic is on the table; you were/are way out of your league.
November 14, 2006 |
Memo: Have you read your introduction to "Meet Roxanne Walker"...and yet you call another blogger "self absorbed." Spare us. This cat fight is all vanity driven.
Some of us just enjoy reading substantive opinions and differing points of view without the insults.
November 14, 2006 |
Jumpin' Jack Flash
I never tell people what to say but I do think your comment about Sunny was over the top. I think you should rephrase it and not use those type of derogatory words. You are better than that. Sunny is a friend and she made a mistake with your name. I only hope that people don't think that about me when I don't remember their name. Can't we all get along I want to live in peace and harmony.
November 13, 2006 |
I'm glad I was able to catch you on ETV last night, Roxanne. You did a great job of holding your own against the Philistines!
November 8, 2006 |
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