Jeromy Johnson | May 3, 2011
Share Yesterday, I read a headline with Osama Bin Laden’s face on it and large, thick white letters exclaiming, “Rot in Hell!” Yesterday, while hoping onto Fox News Channel and catching an interview with Rudy Giuliani and Sean Hannity, Rudy mentioned that Osama is burning in hell and was met with nods and a slight [...]
Jeromy Johnson | January 29, 2009
Jeromy Johnson | January 21, 2009
Share Not sure where I read this, but I thought it was perfect. It went something like this: Everyone in America: Remember, Obama is neither the Messiah nor the Anti-Christ. He’s a man.
Jeromy Johnson | January 20, 2009
Share Why did Obama have such an impact on the younger generation? Our generation? Perhaps a big part of it is because his speech writer is 27 years old and writes his speeches at Starbucks. How cool is that? Brilliant. Absolutely brilliant. “Jon Favreau, 27, is, as Obama himself puts it, the president’s mind reader. [...]
Jeromy Johnson | December 10, 2008
ShareWASHINGTON—In an unexpected judicial turnaround, the Supreme Court this week reversed its 2000 ruling in the landmark case of Bush v. Gore, stripping George W. Bush of his earlier political victory, and declaring Albert Arnold Gore the 43rd president of the United States of America. The court, which called its original decision to halt manual [...]
Jeromy Johnson | November 5, 2008
Share Jesse explains his tears. I am proud to have lived to see this day.
Jeromy Johnson | November 4, 2008
Share My take on this year’s election results is that a Message of Hope won out over a Message of Fear. Regardless of whether or not the hopeful promises made by President Barack Obama are carried out, the overwhelming response to his message of hope is an indicator of what people are looking for and [...]
Jeromy Johnson | November 4, 2008
Share Who did you vote for for president? Bonus Never to Ask Question, if you’re in California, did you vote Yes or No on Prop 8? For the real brave-at-heart, regarding the above questions, why?
Jeromy Johnson | October 30, 2008
Share I heard today that assault weapon sales have ski-rocketed out of fear that when Obama is elected president the ban on such weapons will be reinstated. Assault rifles are flying off the shelves. Every assault rifle that leaves the store is accompanied by cases of ammunition (about 1,000 individual rounds per case). The stated [...]
Jeromy Johnson | October 19, 2008
Share So here is my first stab at the new WordPress poll feature. With the 2008 presidential election just weeks away (November 4 to be exact), I’m curious. Have you decided or are you undecided as to which candidate you are voting for? It is sad that the race is really between two people, Senator [...]
Jeromy Johnson | October 8, 2008
Share Was it just me or did the candidates not answer the questions they were asked? They would give a one-sentence nod then quickly move onto their pre-planned spiel. I would hear a question from the undecided audience, think, “Ooooo, that’s a good question!” and lean closer to the TV with my ears inclined to [...]
Jeromy Johnson | September 27, 2008
Share Was it just me, or did McCain never make eye contact with Obama during the debate? Even when they first shook hands in the beginning, McCain looked down and away. He did make a few passing glances, but my observation was that he was not intentional about making eye contact with Obama. I liked [...]