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First they should vote to expel Harry Reid from the Senate for violating Senate rules, then they should restore the filibuster. We should put principals ahead of temporary political advantage.
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This Just In: Tesco is Sexist

bchelmowski Wrote: Nov 26, 2014 6:15 PM
Women in Islamic countries are being raped, hung and stoned to death, but these femi-nazis are worried about toys?
A better solution would be a constitutional amendment prohibiting any elected federal official from running for any federal office while they are currently serving. That would force them to spend some time out of Washington, and remove the huge advantage incumbents have in elections.
Ron Paul's praise for the cowards who fled to Canada to avoid serving their country is pretty insulting to all those who did serve. His attempt to justify terrorists attacks, saying the US and Canada deserve to be attacked is pretty insulting to the victims. He should crawl back under his rock.
That is like saying I'd support Stalin over Mao!
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Immigration Is American

bchelmowski Wrote: Sep 17, 2014 12:15 PM
Stossel is right in principal. The problem is that the border must be secured first, it is a national security threat in addition to the uncontrolled immigration. Obama's total disregard for the law means he cannot be trusted to build a border fence or secure the border. He wants to fundamentally change America with hordes of immigrants from socialist countries who will vote Democrat.
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Paul Krugman Is Wrong Today

bchelmowski Wrote: Sep 16, 2014 4:59 PM
That's not news. Krugman is wrong every day. His Nobel Prize, like Obama's, must have been in advancing the practice of incompetence.
Kentucky and Maryland were both slave states, but did not join the Confederacy. Even in the slave states very few people owned slaves and there were abolitionists living in the south as well.
What makes you think Thad Cochran won't vote to keep Harry Reid? He has proven he is a collaborator. The Dems just have to give him a big enough bribe.
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The Paranoids are Back

bchelmowski Wrote: Jun 28, 2014 8:07 AM
Greenberg is SO much smarter than all of us. Do you think he would listen to the opinion of a mere math teacher. Anyone who disagrees with his omnipotent wisdom must be paranoid.
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