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You mean to type "on their way", right? That was one hell of a Freudian slip.
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Random Thoughts

ajb3 Wrote: Aug 19, 2014 1:39 AM
If politics were like sports, Barack Obama would have been sent down to A-ball in February 2009.
It's unfortunate that the shirt--at least from what I could tell from the picture on Fox News' web site--didn't have any reference to the Marines or the military. The shirt may have been a "military shirt" whose purpose was to show support for the military, but I'm not convinced people in the park would have known that (even with the stars and stripes on the gun). I wouldn't have realized that if I had seen it. I wouldn't have been offended by it, but I wouldn't have realized that it had anything to do with the military or that the person wearing it was a veteran.
I can understand both sides of the argument, but I have a question for death penalty opponents, especially those in California: The last person executed in California was Clarence Ray Allen, who was convicted of organizing the murders of three people WHILE HE WAS ALREADY SERVING A LIFE SENTENCE FOR AN EARLIER MURDER. If you don't believe in the death penalty, what punishment would you have given him?
"Lowenthal then railed against House Republicans, labeling them as arrogant and unwilling to heed to the will of the American public." Ummm... has Lowenthal figured out **why** the Republicans have a majority in the House? I thought it had something to do with the "will of the American public". Anyway, if Lowenthal thinks it's important to "heed to the will of the American public", I assume he's going to vote to repeal Obamacare? Sigh...
No matter how much they pretend to be journalists, in the end they keep revealing that they're party spokespeople.
"Her: Well, it looks fake to me" OK, be honest. How many of you would have gotten yourself thrown off the flight by making a response that starts with "Well, so do your ..."
Yes, I hope the judge asks Holder (or whatever DOJ attorney) why they consider it to be harder for an African-American to obtain ID than anybody else. I'm not sure how they could credibly answer a question like that.
Requiring an ID for Sudafed discriminates against sinus-challenged African-Americans and therefore probably violates not only the 14th Amendment but also the Americans With Disabilities Act. This law must be struck down.
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RIP Louis Zamperini

ajb3 Wrote: Jul 05, 2014 12:55 PM
Interesting fact from the L.A. Times obit: "[Zamperini] was fit enough to be picked as grand marshal of the 2015 Rose Parade.... A Tournament of Roses spokeswoman said Thursday that Zamperini will be honored at the 2015 parade. No grand marshal will be named to replace him."
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