Half-full in AR 
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%4 year old pediatrician living in Little Rock who still clings to the belief that we were all born to help one another.

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  • Where's the human touch?

    Bruised and battered by his first political race, a congressional candidate laments the loss of personal connection.
    • Nov 4, 2010
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Re: “Where's the human touch?

Young Patrick Kennedy's portait of a political campaign is perhaps the single most important article featured in The Arkansas Times in all of 2010. It was written with great conviction and courage by a young political candidate far wiser than his age might lead one to believe. The refreshing aroma of honesty and dignity, briefly yet boldly, replaced the repugnant stench of the political arena of Arkansas politics. Bravo! You will be viciously attacked for your views, but your voice will be among those that "fall on the right side of history." The truth always triumphs.

Posted by Half-full in AR on 03/23/2011 at 1:15 PM

Re: “Secure Arkansas petitions short of signatures

It seems that hiring JPMS Cox to count the votes at a cost of $18,700 was a bit.....STUPID! Is anyone in that firm smarter than a 5th grader? For a fraction of that grossly inflated price, I am sure an intelligent, hard working, honest immigrant would have done a far superior job. Off by 10,000 names? An accounting firm? A loving God had a hand in this....thank God! His sense of humor never fails to amaze me....while raw hatred and greed somehow leaves me sad and speechless.

Posted by Half-full in AR on 07/29/2010 at 10:25 PM

 

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