@TeeWee: If my only choices would have been a Republican or Charles Manson, well....President Manson it is!posted @ Sunday, April 20, 2014 - 07:45
I wouldn't vote for any of them even if they held one of their precious guns against my forehead and started the countdown. Go ahead, shoot.
I'd rather be that dead, than to be that dumb.
Victim? You're all victims of paranoia.
Yeah, but they were well within their rights to shoot at anything that moves.
It's in the freakin' 2nd Amendment! Right there after the, "cold dead fingers" part.
Yippee Kai Yay MF!
[quote][b]crazy8golfer[/b] - I would not want the worst President of the USA this country has ever seen to endorse me either !!!
I'm not sure about which president is the worst in our history, maybe Andrew Jackson, but in my 54 years, GWB holds the title. Sad to say, but I voted for him.
I will support his PAC.posted @ Thursday, April 17, 2014 - 07:18
I think every gun sold should be registered, and the gun owner should be required to purchase a Liability Insurance policy for each weapon he/she owns.
If you cannot secure your weapons against theft, you should be financially responsible for the damage caused by your ineptness.
We need to go back to the good ol' days when you were just one trip to the Doctors office away from being uninsured and on the road to bankruptcy.posted @ Thursday, April 17, 2014 - 06:50
Why does the state of Ga own a trademark for a vegetable?posted @ Tuesday, April 15, 2014 - 16:06
The squeaky wheel...posted @ Tuesday, April 15, 2014 - 15:58
Someone should be able to identify that shirt logo.posted @ Tuesday, April 15, 2014 - 05:55
"They say they are targeting older women, who are more likely to vote Republican than younger women, in part by highlighting cuts to Medicare Advantage plans that the Obama administration proposed and then reversed under pressure."
Let me get this straight:
Obama proposes reducing some Medicare benefits and the Republicans want to use that against him? Are these the same Republicans that want to end Medicare completely, and replace it with a VOUCHER program?
They really do think we're idiots, don't they?
Why anyone would vote for this slime is beyond me.
The gov't should freeze his assets, and put a lien against his property for the 1.1 million he owes us.posted @ Monday, April 14, 2014 - 07:46
So, they've decided to not dance anymore with the ones that brought them to the party? Someone's going to feel dissed.
Do they expect their opponents to play along?
@snarkydude: I'll see your two words, and raise you six:
That's how long he's been dead.
[quote][b]snarkydude[/b] - @Ben Had: Hillary ducks shoes like she ducks questions about her role in Benghazi and her role in perpetrating the lies about the video afterward.
History, my friend. H-I-S-T-O-R-Y.
Only those that couldn't be paid to vote her (Faux News followers) are still interested. You know how short American's memory spans are. You can add the IRS scandal to that list as well. It only matters to the Faux News folks.
[quote][b]nowheregirl[/b] - We can't house and feed and insure and educate all the legal people here must less the illegal that cometh. We are our own worst enemy. IMO.[/quote]
But we can afford to send Aid to over 130 countries, most of which hate us? We can afford to have some form of Military presence in at least that many?
If business didn't want them here, they wouldn't be here. They came in droves on GW Bush's watch. Imagine that.
The Republican solution is to round them all up and deport them, or they deport themselves. Doesn't that sound a bit foolish to you? Shouldn't these pandering fools care about something other than being re-elected for a change?
I'm ashamed to live in a red state, it makes all of us appear to be gullible and ignorant. Me move? Nah. Although Colorado is starting to look mighty appealing these days.
It will be interesting to see what happens to this shoe throwing lady(?).
She's probably just suffering from over exposure of Faux News. It does make people pretty stupid.
"appearing with his wife, Kelly, and their children in one commercial and vowing to "defend our Christian way of life" if elected."
AH...hahahahaha! What a JOKE!posted @ Friday, April 11, 2014 - 06:39
Que the Fat Lady.posted @ Friday, April 11, 2014 - 06:31
Well, I hate to see the end of the Colbert Report, it is so much more than just comedy. I watch it and the Daily Show everyday.
I wonder why they didn't offer the job to Limbaugh?
Glad to see Yes inducted.posted @ Thursday, April 10, 2014 - 17:27
[quote][b]Oistrakh[/b] - The thugs don`t want it legal, it`s their cash cow.[/quote]
Thugs? Oh yeah, Lawyers. Got it.posted @ Thursday, April 10, 2014 - 17:23
Wonder why the Cop wasn't successful stopping the kid?posted @ Thursday, April 10, 2014 - 08:33
@yeti: True.posted @ Wednesday, April 9, 2014 - 16:19
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