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I Confess
 

I Confess was a discussion we had in the early days of MysteyNet. I thought it would be fun to bring it back and see how it goes.

You can confess your truest feelings here or just everyday things.

We are here to listen, so confess away.



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Shelly Dee - 08:03pm Nov 6, 2008 PST(#295 of 3115)
Your value has nothing to do with your valuables.

I confess I see no one "freaking out".

I also confess I think everyone is entitled to their opinion and the right to freely express it without delay. There are legitimate concerns about an Obama presidency just as there were legitimate concerns about a McCain presidency, just as there were liegitimate complaints about the Bush presidency and the freedom to express those concerns and complaints is (at least for now) still protected under the First Amendment.

I confess WooHoo for the First Amendment!


rubyj - 08:08pm Nov 6, 2008 PST(#296 of 3115)
I confess...started using wrinkle cream and dyed my hair...now my face is darker and my hair is wrinkled...whassup with that?

I confess that I am glad the elections are over [well, most of them] and now we must look forward. I've lived long enough to hear many, many make promises and few have been able to deliver. I'm still proud of my country...just wish we were more united.
I confess...that it bums me out more that with so many of us telling those we elected do NOT go for the sell out, I mean bail out plan...they did anyway.
I confess it really, REALLY bums me out that those who write/edit our history books are chosing to re-write, leave out and sometimes flat out lie...telling the truth seems to have become the exception instead of the rule.


_Jersey_Girl_ - 08:17pm Nov 6, 2008 PST(#297 of 3115)
"Nothing matters in the whole wide world when you're in love with a Jersey Girl." - T. Waits

LOL!! I like it!


White Tornado - 10:56pm Nov 6, 2008 PST(#298 of 3115)
(8@D)======> The WINDS of change are inevitable...but then...so is the Power of Love......TORNADO WARNING: Some people are sheltered,,,,,, and then,,,,,, I unshelter them

I confess first of all: Mulder, I got out of the Navy back in 86....before the really dramatic political events started to happen.

I confess as I turn 50 in a half hour or so........7 hours and 35 minutes or so if you go by time of birth.........everyone keeps hashing over 8 years, 8 years, 8 years.........but how many oldies remember it was ON MY BIRTHDAY!!!!!!and the whole country celebrated for 35 days??????
(8@D)=======>

I confess.....thank you for the moral support (((( Spicy & Shelly )))) As an objective observer I have tried to be aware of the pos & negs on both sides. Shelly said it best....there are legitimate concerns regarding both as well as some great points and only time will tell.

I confess......lest anyone think I am not objective.........I wore my Bald Eagle shirt yesterday in respect of the process and its completion for another four years..........welllllllllll, three if you include the start of the next campaign trail.


Fran Hinkel - 05:24am Nov 7, 2008 PST(#299 of 3115)
You can check out anytime you like...but you can never leave!

(((((Bren))))), you know I love you, lady, but I have to agree with the posts by WT and Shelly and Spicy.

It also burns my behind to hear talk about not wanting Obama in because he is black. I'm just sick of hearing that from people. Obama's being black had nothing to do with my decision to proudly vote for John McCain. I think McCain is a man of outstanding character - now can that really be said of Obama? His associations with a bunch of radicals tells me otherwise. Did McCain have all the answers? No. Does Obama have all the answers? No. It also had nothing to do with who was a Republican and who was a Democrat. I vote for the man and have voted both parties in the past and voted for an Independent Governor (who won) in my home state. In this case, I stronly felt that Obama was not the right man. Will I get over it? Maybe eventually, but right now my heart is full of fear. Like others have said, we had to hear the Bush bashing for 8 years, so don't expect those who did not want to see Obama in office to just "get over it".

If Obama can turn this country around, solve everything he claims to be able to solve and leave me with enough money to still own my home and put food on my table, that will help me change my mind about him. Maybe then I can get over it.


Fran Hinkel - 05:35am Nov 7, 2008 PST(#300 of 3115)
You can check out anytime you like...but you can never leave!

Forgot to say, Bren, I may not agree with you, but I applaud you for saying what's on your mind instead of making ambiguous statements.

We are all free to talk about our opinions here and I think we all can do this and still be friends. The world would be a boring place if we didn't have an opportunity to talk about our differences.

Mulder, this is a little late, but Happy Kenyan holiday (you didn't say which one)!!


Fran Hinkel - 07:00am Nov 7, 2008 PST(#301 of 3115)
You can check out anytime you like...but you can never leave!

I have a little quote too.

"I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character." Rev. Martin Luther King

That's how I voted.


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