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Comment from: Paul W [Visitor]
Amazing, Michelle Wie's golf career is the first controversy I've seen in a while that doesn't divide along red/blue, conservative/liberal, right/left, republican/democrat lines. There is hope in America for an end to the partisan divide.

I'm starting the Wie/Woods 2028 Presidential write-in campaign. We hope to draft them in to the new Fairways party with a plan to end the 25 year Iraq war by converting Bhagdad to a golf resort.
2006-03-29 @ 10:30
Comment from: ToddCommish [Visitor]
Baghdad has too much sand to be playable. Imagine how many rakes you'd need for that course. Watch out for land mines in your cart!
2006-03-29 @ 12:35
Comment from: Jim COULTHARD [Visitor]
I think this answers the charge some have made that political correctness stops people from criticizing Michelle Wie.

I like the lefty site's numbering of comments. One post referred back to an earlier post by number.

2006-03-29 @ 14:15
Comment from: BV [Visitor]
Loved the lefty site! It was an awesome eye-opening experience! WOW, they are as rabid and scary as Rush himself! I think it's time the country started ignoring BOTH the far right AND the far left....maybe we can find a way that doesn't include HATE??? ;)
2006-03-31 @ 11:10
Comment from: Jim Nugent [Visitor]
Todd, sand dunes make the best golf courses. The land mines will just make things more exciting, and greatly boost TV ratings. All sorts of non-golfers will tune in now. Paul W has proposed a brilliant idea.
2006-04-01 @ 05:36

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