Jim Webb and Carter
The article states that the Carter administration drove Webb away from the Democratic Party. Trying to alter history is Orwellian.
Roger 15:02, 3 May 2007 (PDT)
No Roger, trying to re-write history is what is Orwellian. History can't be altered. What Webb claims is true is less important than what is true. That he wants to tell a story about himself as once having been a Democrat doesn't mean it is true. Many people, especially politicans, constantly edit their own histories to make themselves more acceptable to others. If you are interested in who and what Webb was/is you'll need more documentation than an MSNBC article.
You should note that lots of politicians have changed their political spots when the opportunity presented itself. Heck, Benito Mussolini was a "socialist" before he helped to invent fascism. But the thing to note about that conversion is that when Mussolini was a socialist he was a very nationalistic, very right-wing socialist.
BartFraden. May 4, 2007.
Whatever, the article continues to contain falsehoods you need to either change this, or unlock the article so that someone else can. Roger 14:38, 4 May 2007 (PDT)
Roger, "whatever" is a puerile response. Aside from your wish to whitewash Webbs' Republican affiliation, what falsehoods do you see?
BartFraden May 5, 2007.
Look if you continue to censor the fact that Webb has stated that Carter drove him away from the Democratic Party your superior will be notified.
This is a pedia not a place for you to conceal facts. Roger 18:22, 6 May 2007 (PDT)
Well Roger that IS an impressively empty threat. You failed to answer my question about specific falsehoods you think you see, and I am not surprised.
BartFraden. May 7, 2007.
Hi Roger, Ms. Coulter's offensive statements and actions provide plenty of material for us to write about. There is no need for attacks on her personal appearance - even though she has never hesitated to attack the appearance of others. --Corncam 06:52, 3 July 2007 (PDT)
Roger, The category you coined "Republicans a/o Conservatives a/or rightwingers who think Bush screwed up the Iraq War" is much too long and complicated to be a category (search the term 'category' in dKosopedia or Wikipedia). Perhaps "Republicans against the Iraq War" would be better, as all the persons you previously categorized are Republicans. And/or, you could write of the "turning tide" in Congress against the Iraq war in a new or previous article on Iraq. --Jbet777 22:46, 11 July 2007 (PDT)
Well I'm not sure how else to categoize Ford since everyone agree's that he felt Bush had screwed up the war but he also felt obligated to not object publicaly. Roger 12:22, 12 July 2007 (PDT)
Roger, please source your entries. The Colbert "trivia" entries are a case in point. Thanks. --Centerfielder 14:13, 30 July 2007 (PDT)