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I had a conversation with my Insurance agent and it was about the fact I have a new job and will be required to travel to some extent and I wanted to know any limitations or exclusions on my Life Insurance policy based on WHERE I was having to go, places with shootings, kidnappings, and of course, he asked me if I was going to be in places like Afghanistan, to which I said No, then he asked about Mexico, which I also said No, and then he asked "where?" And I answered "San Diego". AND HE GOT IT! But fortunately, since Southern California hasn't been formally & legally handed back to the scummy Mexicans, no Premium increase.
You read about people like this, then you turn on the TV and watch the gutless, whining clown in the White House and his troupe of cowards and it makes you want to throw up.
"...because some hardworking cop refused to allow himself to be murdered to please the likes of Al Sharpton" Extremenly well put, Kurt!
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BOOM! Thom Tillis Defeats Kay Hagan

AdamTroy Wrote: Nov 05, 2014 9:21 AM
I just hope those 3% precincts aren't in Raleigh-Durham, where votes will be mysteriously found in car trunks of school union bosses. Also, if those dingbat Libertarians wouldn't get involved, the margin would be a WHOLE lot more solid. Further, every Ad I heard for Tillis the past month just tied Kagan to Obama. Nothing about what HE would do as far as an agenda. If he'd just put out 1 Ad like that for every 9 where he tied Kagan to Obama, it'd have been 10 points easy.
Liberalism is a communicable disease - all you have to do is to stop any critical or cause-and-effect thinking and you'll get it.
No, it's starting to look more like the final scene in "Rise of the Planet of the Apes", where the one Pilot gets infected, and then the disease rapidly criss-crosses over all the air traffic corridors.
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Answering Ted Olson

AdamTroy Wrote: Oct 14, 2014 3:12 PM
That horse left the barn more like FIFTY years ago, when that b@$T@rd Johnson conceived the "Great Society". And the blacks, especially young black males have been paying the price dearly, but still vote for the giveaway programs anyway.
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AdamTroy Wrote: Oct 08, 2014 1:03 PM
Kennedy asked NASA to put a man on the moon in less than a decade. An analysis by Space Review estimated the entire Apollo program cost was $109 Billion in today's money. That is $0.1 Trillion. NASA achieved its' mission, not just once but 6 times, putting 12 men on the surface, 3 of which I've had the pleasure to meet. It provided thousands and thousands of jobs, spun off hundreds of technological innovations, and a sense of American pride. By comparison, the War on Poverty has consumed over $22 Trillion or over TWO HUNDRED times what the Apollo program cost, has produced absolutely NOTHING of value, is an abject failure and a classic case of the law of unintended consequences.
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Is Thinking Obsolete?

AdamTroy Wrote: Aug 05, 2014 11:10 AM
Better yet, why is any news outlet run by eople with a 3-digit IQ ever letting that thimble-headed gherkin Geraldo on their show anyway?
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