That is an ontological impossibility.
You're a lying loser.You should have thought about that 5 years ago when you started this game
Leave her out of it, you **** loser.Plus, I did not disparage your daughter,
You're a brave little **** at a keyboard,, disabled veteran. .But I love how it hypes you up, Meltdown Mary.
Expects everyone else to to do his work.
Do you consider yourself a better alternative, Sheilagh?
Answer the question, coward.Huey » Yesterday, 1:27 pm » wrote: ↑What does my weeknight sleeping arrangements have to do with it? You went down that road with any prompting a while back when your ignorance about a gun in pieces was displayed.
Remember? The difference is your comments don't to put me in meltdown mode. Remember, I even started a poll about it. The results made an *** of you.
You have no idea what the OP is about..
Huey » Yesterday, 1:21 pm » wrote: ↑
Throughout our history, the education of our children has been a community responsibility. But now federal categorical grant programs pressure local school districts into substituting Washington-dictated priorities for their own. Local school administrators and school boards are being turned into bookkeepers for the federal government. Red tape and restrictive regulations stifle imagination and creativity. We are deeply concerned about the decline in the performance of our schools and the decline in public confidence in them.
It also means you were anti bussing.
It also means you believed that the local communities controlled education thru the secondary level.
Responsibility for education, particularly on the elementary and secondary levels, belongs to local communities and parents. Intrusion by the federal government must be avoided. Bureaucratic control of schools by Washington has the potential for destruction of our educational system by taking more and more decisions away from parents and local school authorities. Financial dependence on the federal government inevitably leads to greater centralization of authority. We believe, therefore, that a study should be authorized concerning funding of elementary and secondary education, coupled with a study regarding return to the states of equivalent revenue to compensate for any loss in present levels of federal funding.
https://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/documen ... tform-1976
That is from the 1976 Republican Party Platform that you voted for.
What does my daughter have to do with anything?
There's only ONE set of those numbers, braindead little ****.
Post the numbers and the argument makes itself.make his own argument.
Because the only part of the quote which is relevant to defining The Issue is that which defines The Issue...
No, it puts the blame where it lies.
Tiny,Huey » Yesterday, 10:31 am » wrote: ↑It is about the challenge YOU LOST. Always has been. Let me now when you admit you lost that challenge and we can then discuss your other issues.
Don't ever accuse another poster of running from his words. This will be brought up. And don't ever try to challenge another poster. You are not man enough to honor your end when you lose.
The issue was.....
But you post 1.3 times for every time anyone addresses you.
call your daughter.
You're a born loser.You want to discuss issues like a real man
because no women wants to
I don't.Huey » Yesterday, 12:36 pm » wrote: ↑you must be prepared to present your case in a narrative form and answer any question about it.
Are you willing to do so?
Or you can pound sand. I have already told you twice I am not their audience, never heard of them until you started using them, and I reject their crap. Identify what evades you in that statement.