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Posted by danobivins
13 May 2015, 8:44 pm

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Posted by TonySplacci
21 May 2015, 10:06 am


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Whites sure are preoccupied with the devastating results of their Jim Crow mentality.

They created the fucking problems with their idea that blacks were lesser beings, animals to be owned and not heard.

Funny how whites STILL coddle the white jew for having been oppressed, murdered, and treated like animals, and ridicule and oppress the black american THEY trampled, oppressed, and murdered, and now blame for their results.

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Posted by Str8tEdge
20 Jul 2015, 1:50 am

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Reasonable » 20 Jul 2015 1:46 am wrote:
Str8tEdge » 20 Jul 2015 1:34 am wrote:

Redistributing wealth isn't compassion, it's STEALING.


The vomit nurse says keeping funding to help seniors and the disabled is " redistributing wealth"
Helping the needy is not on this " nurse's" radar.
You are not only a disgrace to your profession but to the human race as well.


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23 Jul 2015, 10:45 am


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JoeLib » 23 Jul 2015 10:25 am wrote:
RichClem » 23 Jul 2015 9:43 am wrote:
Who did the Wash Post hire to cover the 2016 election?

A vicious conservative-hater.

But there's no bias in the MSM, no, not one bit! :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

There's bias everywhere. Fox et al lies about liberals / Democrats, the liberal press lies about conservatives / Republicans.

Your only move now is to say Yeah but the libs lie MORE, as if saying that gives you the upper hand.

Fox is fairer to liberals than the MSM ever were, when conservative thought was almost entirely shut out of public conversation.

When the Fairness Doctrine censored conservative thought off both TV and radio.

Fox has many liberals on the air and always has one on its panel show.

Yes, Fox is far, far, far more balanced than any other network.

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Posted by nefarious101
24 Oct 2015, 10:09 am

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danobivins » 24 Oct 2015 10:05 am wrote:
Dem candidates are falling on their swords to benefit the party, and now with Hillary and benghaziliars shaving a few points off her lead, all the dems who didn't intend to vote becuz they felt Bernie didn't have chance are seeing a little light coming in from the broken windows that the republicans vandalized.
This may come down to Bernie or Carson, and some neophyte with no govt experience and dumb ideas about gays and Muslims is going to scare off even republicans.
Interesting if we have the first black president and right next the 1st Jew.

Why do you thinks we need commentary from an ex-con prison bitch like yourself? You should try to understand that you really don't need to enlighten us because we view you as less than admirable

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Posted by bingster
02 Jan 2016, 3:17 pm

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Absolutely. We should arm the victims so that they can shoot back. It's so unfair that the play-pin is a soft target. Give babies guns to play with so they can protect themselves against each other.

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Posted by Sgt Bilko
26 Mar 2016, 7:32 pm

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Technocrat » 26 Mar 2016 6:48 pm wrote:
Huey » 26 Mar 2016 3:35 pm wrote:
Technocrat » 26 Mar 2016 3:31 pm wrote:

At the time, he had no authority to intervene in state affairs concerning religion because the bill of rights didn't apply to the states. Today it does since the Incorporation Cases, so we can apply his principle universally instead of merely between federal/state lines. The wall of Separation prevents the federal government from setting up or restricting religious worship.

IF the bill of rights applied to the states at the time of the Danbury Baptist Association letter, then it would have been illegal for the state to require a tithe, since a tithe clearly violates the Establishment Clause.

That's my point.

Yea. I am not disagreeing. I am just saying that we have a different situation today that Jefferson didn't face: one in which the bill of rights applies to the states. To us, the wall of separation has the same meaning, but applied to a larger scale. For the same reason he couldn't interfere in state affairs, we now can.

The problem is that there is NO SEPARATION CLAUSE! It is a one direction only. Christians were expected to be all over the government and have since the beginning of the US!

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Posted by Technocrat
31 Mar 2016, 11:36 pm

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I honestly don't know why people get so worked up about dying fetuses. You can always have another. They're pretty replaceable until very late into pregnancy. It's not like your 10 year old kid is dying--something with whom you have a cognitive relationship with and that understands it exists. It's kinda on the level of losing a goldfish.

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Posted by Huey
04 Jun 2016, 3:18 pm

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ATX 420 » 03 Jun 2016 9:04 pm wrote:

I just dont understand it.. hasnt he already galvanized all the racists? Isnt it time to move on, as far as the hateful rhetoric?

No, he has not galvanized the racists. Idiots like you and misty who perpetuate the spin about what he says have galvanized the racists. Idiots like you and misty are responsible for the behavior of the protestors, feeding their ignorance with yours.

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Posted by bingster
13 Jun 2016, 1:06 am

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rayj » 12 Jun 2016 6:07 pm wrote:
So there it is. The FBI now has a more important issue to investigate than Hillary and her treasonous email activity.

She wins again...son-of-a-bitch.....

Yeah, not to mention that every SOS since the advent of email has done the same thing as Hillary... yeah, she "wins again" because.... wait for it...... not yet..... SHE'S INNOCENT YOU ASSHOLE....

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Posted by Vegas
27 Aug 2016, 1:18 pm

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It's natural they argue. You know what else is natural? Taking a shit. Does that mean I should drop my drawers and lay cable in front of people? You know what else is natural? Sex. So we should be able to see a couple making out in public next to us and watch them do it doggy style? Being natural is not a good reason to breastfeed in public. Do it in private.

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Posted by Termin8tor
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The latest BS from the babbling leftist psychotic who runs the board.

His meme? Both sides are equally to blame!


Cannonpointer » 07 Jan 2017 9:26 pm wrote:
The last time republicans had everything - house, senate, white house, 6 of 9 scotus appointees - EVERYTHING, - who was to blame when the economy crashed?

Why, democrats, of course.

I predict these loser conjobs will spend the next HOWEVER many years they are in ABSOLUTE CONTROL, blaming democrats.

Just notice that bush supposedly BEGGED the democrats to reform fannie and freddy, EVEN THOUGH THE REPUBLICANS CONTROLLED THE HOUSE AND SENATE, and the dems were out of power.

Rule 1: Republicans reject accountability.

As any objective commentator has said, some blame falls on non-Dems and non-liberals.

But most falls on liberal Democrats who used the power of the filibuster to prevent Bush's 13 attempts to reform Fannie Mae and liberal lending policies.

A Cato report 90% contradicts that babbling psychotic. The specific individuals they name are all liberal Democrats.

The philosophy is that of liberal Democrats.
The institutions were written into existence by liberal Democrats, which give almost all their contributions to liberal Democrats.

Liberal Democrats defended them from Bush's 13 attempts at reform.

The worst expansion of the policies took place under moderate liberal Democrat Bill Clinton by liberal Democrat HUD Sec'y Cuomo.

So who does a lying psychotic blame? A republican. :\

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Posted by Obummerstinks
24 Jan 2014, 7:30 pm

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Cannonpointer » 24 Jan 2014 3:38 pm wrote:

Yes. ANd you already know about it but are playing the fingers in the ears game about it.

I will run it to you, one more time, so that you can no longer pretend to be BOTH ignorant of the facts AND heterosexual:

It was admitted by the administration that christie either hired an entire inner-circle that smirks at him and pursues their own unlawful agendas right under his nose, or he was himself involved in illegal shenanigans.

Either way, toast.

You're welcome. Now, go play. :)

So..........alot of gibberish - but no smoking gun.

Thanks for the update.

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01 Feb 2014, 10:51 am

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larryc12 » 01 Feb 2014 9:35 am wrote:

Nice thing to say in memory of your mom.

SEE? I told you that you were a poopoo head. Watch me scratch the wall and register the points that my little ego desperately needs to score.

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Posted by golfboy
11 Feb 2014, 4:56 pm

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Not even six months into its existence ObamaCare has had its share of problems. Perhaps the most troubling is the one that the law itself is creating by wreaking havoc on an already shaky employment landscape.

More specifically, stunning job loss.
The Congressional Budget Office reported last week that the combination of taxes and subsidies in the law “creates a disincentive for people to work.” The report predicted the mix would lead to fewer hours worked, costing the equivalent of 2.3 million jobs.

In the report, the non-partisan CBO says workers will scale back their productivity after taking into consideration the subsidies available from the federal government to make insurance more affordable for low- and middle-income people. The more money people make, the lower their subsidies. Thus, why bust your bum in a job you don’t like when you can get more financial assistance for doing less?

But work isn’t supposed to be fun. That’s why they call it work. Democrats, on the other hand, see this situation as freeing.
“Opportunity created by affordable, quality health insurance allows families in America to make a decision about how they will work, or if they will work,” Jay Carney said.
There it is, America. The new dirty word in Democratic circles: work. The war against it has officially begun.

The new option to the oppressive, unfun reality of work is “don’t work,” because the government has got your back. Of course, when Democrats talk about this newfound freedom, they won’t tell you that it comes at a cost.
For whom? For people who choose to work and who will be forced to pay for people who opt out of the labor market altogether. You know, those artists and musicians who are emancipated from what Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid call “job lock.”

“We see it as an entrepreneurial bill,” Pelosi famously said in 2010, “a bill that says to someone, if you want to be creative and be a musician or whatever, you can leave your work, focus on your talent, your skill, your passion, your aspirations because you will have health care.”

If you think she’s going after the artist vote, think again. What people need to realize is that President Obama, Nancy Pelosi and most liberals in office who gave us ObamaCare don’t care about the success of the economy.
They don’t care about the unemployment rate or even higher underemployment rate.
They don’t care about growth. And they don’t care about this CBO report. People will go into the exchanges where health plans are de facto government plans, and years from now they will be actual government plans.

Plainly put, their primary goal is to make people dependent on the government. So, by liberal standards, this reduction in work is a blessing, not a curse.

Tell that to women. According to the Wall Street JournalImage, "More than one in six men ages 25 to 54, prime working years, don't have jobs—a total of 10.4 million. Some are looking for jobs; many aren't."
And the problem is not just a lack of jobs. "Many of the available jobs don't pay enough to get men to take them, particularly if securing a job requires moving, long commutes or surrendering government benefits."

The direct casualties of able-bodied men dropping out of the workforce are women. If men aren’t working, they won’t be inclined to date or marry.
Men link their happiness to professional success and stability. With more men out of work, they will be less likely to marry, want to start families and be providers. And women will be left footing the bill or without stable mates, which will have a direct effect on women’s happiness. The societal effects of this will be hugely transformative for the sexes.

This Washington war on work is actually a war on women—and the men they love.
But if you listen to a Democrat, we work too hard anyway.

"If you look at international comparisons country by country, Americans work way more that the average of industrialized countries around the world," said Rep. Keith Ellison, (D-Minn.).

He said the report showing fewer work hours gives us the chance "to look at our work/life balance," which he described as "a great opportunity” to stay home and cook dinner. Great news for Stouffer’s. Bad news for the rest of us.
Perhaps the biggest question remains: if work is so bad, then why not enforce the employer mandate?
Just this week the administration delayed the mandate yet again fearing that employers will let go of staff, not hire or move employees to part time status because of the law. If ObamaCare liberates them from the strangling ball and chain of gainful employment, why continue to delay a mandate that will keep more people in these jobs?
Isn’t delaying the mandate a tacit admission that ObamaCare is a war on work and workers? And isn’t, according to Democrats’ logic of last week, less work a good thing?
Seems like even they don’t believe their own hype.

America is the greatest nation in the world because it works, literally and figuratively. We shouldn’t strive to be like other countries by launching a full frontal assault on work. In fact, we should be empowered to do everything we can to create more jobs and more workers, not go to war with them.
Who knew, when Joe Biden boasted that ObamaCare was a “big bleeping deal,” he was right?

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Posted by onlyaladd
17 Feb 2014, 2:32 pm

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AmazonTania » 17 Feb 2014 1:27 pm wrote:

You found a group that is racist. I don't see how you can tie it to the tea party, or any other group of people, without properly identifying the person.

Also, why not take the time to identify me first, before falsely alining me to any group of people.

Let's pretend to be factual for a moment, please.

Alright. If you'd like to not associate with the racistelement in the tp then I'll accept that

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Posted by Str8tEdge
20 Feb 2014, 8:42 pm

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Lostphoenix » 20 Feb 2014 7:32 pm wrote:

DENVER (AP) — Colorado's legal marijuana market is far exceeding tax expectations, according to a budget proposal released Wednesday by Gov. John Hickenlooper that gives the first official estimate of how much the state expects to make from pot taxes...

The governor predicted sales and excise taxes next fiscal year would produce some $98 million, well above a $70 million annual estimate given to voters when they approved the pot taxes last year. The governor also includes taxes from medical pot, which are subject only to the statewide 2.9 percent sales tax....

Not to mention sales of cheetos and video games are off the charts! :rofl:

Nothing warms my heart more than the thought of millions of dopey progressives who can't handle their life FAILURES lessening my tax burden. :LOL:

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Posted by Str8tEdge
20 Feb 2014, 8:15 pm

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KarlChilders » 20 Feb 2014 7:13 pm wrote:
Bump in light of RECENT fuck it I quit jobs

Mama didnt RAISE ME to be a QUITTER

Im here until they PERMA BAN ME

And even at Perma Ban Ill STILL BE HERE as SOK

ROFL! I was going to add you'd still be here after a perma ban. :rofl:

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16 Feb 2014, 4:33 pm

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greatnpowerfuloz » 16 Feb 2014 3:08 pm wrote:

Where's your link to a reliable source for all these stats? 'someone' in South Africa you say. Is he white? Is he a racist like you? Is he a rapist or a convicted criminal?

Trolls post some funny shit, I'll give them that.

You must be kidding, sweetie. This is common knowledge about SA.

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28 Feb 2014, 12:19 am

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