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Old 04-21-2014, 08:23 PM   #136
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Obama ordered to divulge legal basis for killing Americans with drones | Ars Technica

Wonder what kind of excuse the Obama crew is going to conjure up?
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Old 04-28-2014, 08:45 AM   #137
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Is anybody surprised by this douche bag being arrested?
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Old 06-11-2014, 12:28 AM   #138
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House Majority Leader Cantor defeated in primary


Huge loss for the GOPers. The #2 guy in the house got squatted on in his own primary. Buh bye Cantor. Problem is, another nut job Tea Party guy elected. /facepalm
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Old 06-11-2014, 09:16 AM   #139
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Huge loss for the GOPers. The #2 guy in the house got squatted on in his own primary. Buh bye Cantor. Problem is, another nut job Tea Party guy elected. /facepalm
It was time for Cantor to go. I dont care who replaces him.

Unfortunately this country needs term limits more than anything right now, career politicians are the number one problem with this country.

Look who we are talking about for president, Hillary Clinton and a possible run for Jeb Bush. Now the career politicians are family dynasties...where does this end?

This country needs to wake the f U c k up now. Selfies, Kim Kardashian and the name Redskins seems more important than the direction of the country.
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Old 06-11-2014, 03:30 PM   #140
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Huge loss for the GOPers. The #2 guy in the house got squatted on in his own primary. Buh bye Cantor. Problem is, another nut job Tea Party guy elected. /facepalm
was he elected to house of rep? i thought he just won the repub primary to run as the repub candidate for that district? i could be wrong, try to stay away from politics as much as possible

the tea party guy is a prof at randolf-macon so im sure that s all VA repub voters needed to know before they rubber stamped him.

the democrats (i think) didnt even plan on running an opponent opposite bc it is such a red dist but now they quickly got a democrat running against this tea party guy.

and the democ candidate is also a randolf-macon professor.

(pretty sure im wrong on the name randolf-macon. close but wrong)
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Old 06-12-2014, 09:18 AM   #141
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was he elected to house of rep? i thought he just won the repub primary to run as the repub candidate for that district? i could be wrong, try to stay away from politics as much as possible

the tea party guy is a prof at randolf-macon so im sure that s all VA repub voters needed to know before they rubber stamped him.

the democrats (i think) didnt even plan on running an opponent opposite bc it is such a red dist but now they quickly got a democrat running against this tea party guy.

and the democ candidate is also a randolf-macon professor.

(pretty sure im wrong on the name randolf-macon. close but wrong)
Brat won the primary, but he will certainly win the general election against a democratic novice who just entered the race 2 weeks ago.

People keep saying Tea Party this, but this guy is not your normal tea party canidate in regards to psycho nuts
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Old 06-13-2014, 10:58 AM   #142
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David Brat: Hitler Could 'Happen Again' If We Don't Embrace Christian Capitalism


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Capitalism is here to stay, and we need a church model that corresponds to that reality. Read Nietzsche. Nietzsche’s diagnosis of the weak modern Christian democratic man was spot on. Jesus was a great man. Jesus said he was the Son of God. Jesus made things happen. Jesus had faith. Jesus actually made people better. Then came the Christians. What happened? What went wrong? We appear to be a bit passive. Hitler came along, and he did not meet with unified resistance. I have the sinking feeling that it could all happen again, quite easily. The church should rise up higher than Nietzsche could see and prove him wrong. We should love our neighbor so much that we actually believe in right and wrong, and do something about it. If we all did the right thing and had the guts to spread the word, we would not need the government to backstop every action we take.

A few lines later, he adds, "I think the main point is that we need to synthesize Christianity and capitalism."



This guy taught economics?
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Indiana Republican: 'No One Has the Guts' to Let the Poor 'Wither and Die'

Dear goodness. This is exactly how these morons think. Good "christian" values.


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“For almost three generations people, in some cases, have been given handouts,” Johnston said. “They have been ‘enabled’ so much that their paradigm in life is simply being given the stuff of life, however meager.”

“What you see is a setting for a life of misery is life to them never-the-less,” he continued. “No one has the guts to just let them wither and die. No one who wants votes is willing to call a spade a spade. As long as the Dems can get their votes the enabling will continue. The Republicans need their votes and dare not cut the fiscal tether. It is really a political Catch-22.”

These people are so delusional, that many of them should be put into psychiatric wards.
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Replacing GOPers with these kinds of nutjobs? This country is going backwards to say the least.

Tea Party Candidate Says It's OK To Stone Gays To Death


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cott Esk, a Republican Tea Party candidate in Oklahoma, got into a debate on Facebook last summer in which he advocated killing homosexuals.

“I think we would be totally in the right to do it,” Esk wrote in comments uncovered by Oklahoma journalist Rob Morris. “That goes against some parts of libertarianism, I realize, and I’m largely libertarian, but ignoring as a nation things that are worthy of death is very remiss.”

When pressed, Esk added: "I never said I would author legislation to put homosexuals to death, but I didn’t have a problem with it."
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Welcome to the south. He needs to leave religion out of it.
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Old 06-25-2014, 09:53 PM   #146
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Indiana Republican: 'No One Has the Guts' to Let the Poor 'Wither and Die'

Dear goodness. This is exactly how these morons think. Good "christian" values.





These people are so delusional, that many of them should be put into psychiatric wards.
For almost three generations people, in some cases, have been given handouts,” Johnston said. “They have been ‘enabled’ so much that their paradigm in life is simply being given the stuff of life, however meager.”

“What you see is a setting for a life of misery is life to them never-the-less,” he continued. “No one has the guts to just let them wither and die. No one who wants votes is willing to call a spade a spade. As long as the Dems can get their votes the enabling will continue. The Republicans need their votes and dare not cut the fiscal tether. It is really a political Catch-22.”

The wither and die is a bit harsh.....but is there anything more F..d up than our welfare system? Is their any better example of Federal waste and incompetence? And he is correct, politicos on both sides of the fence are afraid to deal with it because of the possible backlash form voters...or worse
And THEN, someone might want them to change their name and logo...too
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Old 06-26-2014, 08:58 AM   #147
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Fox News Host Hammers Bachmann: 'You're Being Silly,' Democrats Should 'Laugh at You Now' (Video)


Megyn Kelly Dick Cheney interview: Fox News host slams former vice president on Iraq.

I find it funny that FOX has been pounding some of the conservative people they used to revere. I'm wondering why some of the reversal now?
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For almost three generations people, in some cases, have been given handouts,” Johnston said. “They have been ‘enabled’ so much that their paradigm in life is simply being given the stuff of life, however meager.”

“What you see is a setting for a life of misery is life to them never-the-less,” he continued. “No one has the guts to just let them wither and die. No one who wants votes is willing to call a spade a spade. As long as the Dems can get their votes the enabling will continue. The Republicans need their votes and dare not cut the fiscal tether. It is really a political Catch-22.”

The wither and die is a bit harsh.....but is there anything more F..d up than our welfare system? Is their any better example of Federal waste and incompetence? And he is correct, politicos on both sides of the fence are afraid to deal with it because of the possible backlash form voters...or worse
And THEN, someone might want them to change their name and logo...too
The U.S. Military is a pretty good example of waste and incompetence.
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The U.S. Military is a pretty good example of waste and incompetence.
Only when you get to the civilian side of it .
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For almost three generations people, in some cases, have been given handouts,” Johnston said. “They have been ‘enabled’ so much that their paradigm in life is simply being given the stuff of life, however meager.”

“What you see is a setting for a life of misery is life to them never-the-less,” he continued. “No one has the guts to just let them wither and die. No one who wants votes is willing to call a spade a spade. As long as the Dems can get their votes the enabling will continue. The Republicans need their votes and dare not cut the fiscal tether. It is really a political Catch-22.”

The wither and die is a bit harsh.....but is there anything more F..d up than our welfare system? Is their any better example of Federal waste and incompetence? And he is correct, politicos on both sides of the fence are afraid to deal with it because of the possible backlash form voters...or worse
And THEN, someone might want them to change their name and logo...too
As I get older I see peers, co workers, etc who openly talk about taken advantage of the system and I agree its time for change. We need to look closely at long term welfare reciepient and how we define disability payments. We created a culture of fraud and abuse. You should aim for a 5% threashold with fraud and waste within all govern programs...I think disability and welfare, we are dealing around the high teens to possibly 20% or 1 in 5. That's terrible.
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