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Posted by greatnpowerfuloz
05 Feb 2016, 4:02 am

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Str8tEdge » 05 Feb 2016 1:36 am wrote:
But all three of you scumbags will vote for her if she wins the primary. :die: :die: :die: :drool: :drool: :drool: :die: :die: :die:


It must really frighten you that we don't like the woman. Goes against your belief that all liberals (or whatever you are calling us these days) MUST hold an opinion 180 degrees from yours on every issue.

When given the evidence that they don't always, you pretend they do anyway.

The hallmark of a close minded, faith-based mentality.
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Posted by nuckin futz
05 Feb 2016, 7:38 pm

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Posted by TotallyRad
06 Feb 2016, 9:44 pm

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Posted by Cannonpointer
10 Feb 2016, 2:21 pm

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This was just too good to not share with the rest of the class. :rofl:

golfboy » 10 Feb 2016 1:12 pm wrote:
The 3/5ths rule was to make it so that when the slave owners forced their slaves to vote, that those votes were more easily overridden.
It wasn't about racism, it was about reducing the power of the slave owner.

It didn't protect the south from the north, it was exactly the opposite.

Mind you, this monkey was MOCKING Bingster for not understanding the 3/5ths compromise.

The 3/5ths compromise, if ANYONE doesn't know, gave the south - to offset its smaller population - free electoral votes and free population counts for apportioning districts for the U.S. House of Representatives. Goofball thinks the slaves went in and cast their ballots.
This guy - what a beaut. :drool: :drool: :drool: :drool: :drool:
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Posted by onlyaladd
10 Feb 2016, 4:21 pm

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From gooeys quote: (in addition to what cannon pointed out.



STEPHANOPOULOS: You're a Democrat? 

KASICH: No



Gooey: Kasich said he's a democrat.


Lol
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Posted by Huey
11 Feb 2016, 5:44 pm

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TotallyRad » 11 Feb 2016 4:36 pm wrote:

When I'm proven wrong, I gain something. When I'm proven right, I gain nothing.


Yeah, and you do admit when you are wrong. And I will admit I was wrong about you. You know what I am talking about. So, I apologize for that.
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Posted by DCLXVI
12 Feb 2016, 11:43 am

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Cannonpointer » 12 Feb 2016 2:41 am wrote:
I think that new guy atx is a jew - he's really on my case.

What is a socialpath?


It's what happens when folks try typing away on a phone. Dweeb
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12 Feb 2016, 9:48 pm

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https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics ... story.html

One ravel after another.



They are very interested In the 4 years she was SOS, and her connections and sleazy scandals.

The rapid decay has accelerated.
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12 Feb 2016, 11:00 pm

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Cannonpointer » 12 Feb 2016 9:42 pm wrote:

That was nice of you, MIsty You took the time to straighten that boy out.


I also took the time to fuck this one up.
I think he stuffs.
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Posted by crimsongulf
13 Feb 2016, 3:51 pm

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ATX 420 » 13 Feb 2016 2:19 pm wrote:

yeh, they will work you to death.. there are opportunities to work up. I used to work at a pizza joint, saw how hard the AMs worked. If they stick with the company and arent an idiot, they can get their own store. But... not everyone can get their own store, only so many people can be entrepreneurs, only so many people can be a boss.

Id say we would all be better off to rid of this culture we have. And it might take a little help from the government to realize we would live in a better world if folks had a little more $ in their pocket to buy stuff that isnt crap.


I did 21 yrs corp and made it to mecca but saw that I would never get past one floor below mahogany row. GT offered a buy out in 96, I took it, mortgaged everything I had and bought my first store.

If I didn't build it, I wonder why I was sweating bullets the night of 7/31/97 knowing I was over a mil in debt with no income yet. the first five years, I was not the highest paid person with the company, now 8/1/16 will be 19 years and the chain store buyout offers are starting to sound better by the day.
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Posted by JoeLib
13 Feb 2016, 6:50 pm

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Str8tEdge » 13 Feb 2016 5:46 pm wrote:

You don't respect them because they threaten to take you off the government teat you "think" you're entitled to.


I don't respect them because they put money and power before people and then have the stones to say they follow God.
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Posted by Fuelman
14 Feb 2016, 6:42 am

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CP is a little modest so thought I'd post his Freeway Rest Stop Patrol Outfit,,,,,

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14 Feb 2016, 6:55 pm

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JoeLib » 14 Feb 2016 5:45 pm wrote:
Don't pretend. The road example was just that, an example.


Well get all of your examples on the table then so I can shove all of the up your bitch ass and be done with this silliness. :rofl:
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Posted by DCLXVI
15 Feb 2016, 11:57 am

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golfboy » 15 Feb 2016 10:46 am wrote:
My wife's company reconfigured their staff at the end of the year, anticipating this rule change. They eliminated half of their management, moving those employees to hourly wage earners, and mandated no one work more than 40 hours a week.

Congratulations to Lisa and her leftwing idiocy. All these people owe you a great round of thanks, for the pay cut they received this new year.


Life would be better for everyone if we didn't work ourselves to death, anyway

This country is so drugged up, stressed out and depressed.. Something is very wrong with this consumer culture that leaves so many folks with little to no economic security

Sure, some companies can't afford to pay folks more, but sometimes I wonder how many make those changes just to protect their bottom line

These businesses are use to paying people unfair wages, I've seen time and time again where people work their ass off to run their own stores like Pizza Hut or OReillys, and these people take $900 every two weeks

Some businesses are in a bind, but I do think if we just had a different mentality in the USA, we wouldn't be stuck in this vicious cycle. If those huge corporations paid better wage, it would help circulate that money around the economy and get into the hands of small businesses who actually are having a tough time
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15 Feb 2016, 10:19 pm

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bingster » 14 Feb 2016 8:12 pm wrote:
So, what about Cruz and Rubio's claim that there's some hair-brained "tradition" or "precedent" of not nominating a judge in an election year. Seems like bullshit to me.

Supposedly there is something called 'The Thurmond Rule' which says that the president should not nominate a judge after June of an election year, so that would not apply here anyway.

Back in 2008 when W was in his final year in office, Mitch McConnell said that the cut-off didn't need to be June, and that the Senate should confirm judicial appointees through at least the summer, and Senator Jeff Sessions of Alabama said, "Let me say this about the Thurmond Rule. It is a myth. It does not exist."

Now that it’s 2016, and the tables are turned, McConnell has said he’d be shocked, if President Obama nominated a Supreme Court justice as late as February of his final year in office.

Can you say hypocrisy?

GOP Cynicism on the Supreme Court Reaches a New Low
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Posted by Misty
15 Feb 2016, 10:41 pm

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I guess the people who voted for THIS president for a second 4 year term don't get to have a voice.
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Posted by onlyaladd
16 Feb 2016, 3:09 pm

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Here is a list of their accomplishments by decade. Most of which looks like winning cases for the little guy who got screwed over.

Hardly "peddling hate"
Speaking of hate, I hate you idiots for first lying, then trying to smear what seem to be good people.

https://www.splcenter.org/our-history
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Posted by JoeLib
16 Feb 2016, 3:05 pm

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The R leadership has already hurt themselves by saying they're going to reject whoever the President nominates, before he's even floated a name, much less picked one.

If I were him, I'd pick a hard-right conservative just to see their faces fall and everyone laugh at them. But what would be better, of course -- and best for America -- would be to nominate somebody who's as moderate / middle-of-the-road as you can get. Then when the R's refuse a vote, or vote him or her down, it will be the same as Toto pulling the curtain.

McConnell and every other R who's signed on to rejecting a nomination before it's even made deserve censure or worse.
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16 Feb 2016, 11:41 pm

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rayj » 15 Feb 2016 4:56 pm wrote:
Scalia found dead, with pillow over face.

I say it was autoerotic asphyxiation. That's why his family did not want an autopsy. Too embarrassing.
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