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    Stand or Waffle - Which Will It Be?

     

    I  have several times over the past few years laid it out in black and  white where I stand on the issues and concerns facing our nation. I have  also not backed down on commenting on current events and political  stories.

    Sometimes  I find a consensus of agreement, while at other times the cards are  dealt against me. But I have remained true to myself.

    Are you willing to enumerate where you stand on national issues, political questions as I have done?

    If you have forgotten where I stand: http://fromthecornfield.com/blog1.php/principles-i-carry-over-into or http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1071649.

    From the Cornfield, will you stand and put it out there in black and white?

    Or will you waffle and wait to comment on this or that as it arises?

    Will you be caught sometimes changing with how the wind is blowing?

    Are you willing to be open to reason and consider other views realizing nothing in life is truly without shades and layers?

    I  have at times modified my views on some issues as new information is  received or new facts revealed. This I do admit willingly.

    The person with a mind like a steel trap soon transforms into Frankenstein's monster. I pray I never reach that stage in life.

    Yes, this is meant to be provocative and to elicit spirited debate.

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