Speaking of great RV'ers, the other day the above photo was sent by Bobbie and Jim, along with the following email:
Attached is the photo we took as Jim and I drove away from visiting with the Carters and Jones' in Tulsa. The "Molly Wave" is alive and well in Oklahoma.
Miss you and Bob so much!!!
After shoulder surgery last winter, I had to lift my left arm with the right arm and hold it up. Many in our group began to do this and christened it "The Molly Wave". It really did help, seeing everybody else doing this little exercise. I was grateful for the comrades!! Thank you so much, Bobbie, for sending this...it really made my day!!!
Here's another little email that brought a good chuckle:
On television today a Democratic operative pointed out that when Obama holds a rally 25-30,000 people show up, whereas when
McCain holds one he only draws 10-15,000.
The Republican spokesman replied........."That's because McCain's supporters are at work."
Well, the news is dominated everywhere, as well as most conversation, with The Seven Hundred Billion Dollar question, and it isn't pretty. Newt Gingrich's proposition seems best, give 'em some rules, take the gamble, make it a "work out", not a bailout. It seems everyone we have come in contact with is opposed to the bailout, despite the possible damage to Wall Street and the economy. Is the bailout just a band-aid that only delays the coming fall of the market, due to the artificial inflation of our economy? Back-to-basics is what needs to happen, for Wall Street and everyone else. No handout is my vote; I'll take my licks with everyone else. One of our fellow campers here at Camp Duncan suggested that we need the American version of the French Revolution. After reading about the hundreds of million dollar payouts to the CEO's, Execs, and board members of the failing corporations, there may be some wisdom in that!!
Hmmmm...... What do you think??