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Great interview. Why are the commenters here giving the interviewer a hard time? He asked the tough questions and that gave the interviewee a chance to make his case. He was given the time, without interruption, to do so. He hit the ball out of the park. I think the interviewer should get credit for setting that up. Too often on my favorite network for news (Fox News), they interrupt and don't give the interviewee the time to fully brief their side of the argument.
In Georgia!?! This illustrates the importance of hiring intelligent people for these government jobs. Also, of being able to quickly fire morons like the one here who wouldn't let the man vote.
On Rubio, I agree that he betrayed us. So, he'll now never be President. He'll never be a leader. That, however, is enough punishment. Having administered that, we can now pat him on the head and keep him on the team. He is an important vote, reliably conservative on many issues.
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Termites At Work on American History

BFDOFR Wrote: Dec 12, 2014 11:43 AM
XLNT point
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Termites At Work on American History

BFDOFR Wrote: Dec 12, 2014 11:42 AM
Scarier than ISIS.
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WaPo Writer: "Santorum is Running Again"

BFDOFR Wrote: Dec 11, 2014 12:07 PM
Stay home, Rick. You are right on many issues, but bottom line: You Ain't Got IT.
Of course, Gruber was right. If the American people were smart about economics they would understand that the minimum wage reduces employment (which diminishes life prospects for those on the margin), that Social Security is and always was a Ponzi scheme and the Medicare is unsustainable.
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Requiem For The Truth

BFDOFR Wrote: Dec 11, 2014 9:14 AM
One look at her picture proofs that she wasn't raped.
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House Chooses New Cold War With Russia

BFDOFR Wrote: Dec 09, 2014 11:31 AM
You're right, Birman. At least, however, Mr. Corbett has acquired the theoretical idea that there is such a thing as right and wrong. His next step should be to learn to apply that concept in the real world. One thing that would help him evolve would be to stop reading things written by anyone named Paul who did not also write in the Bible.
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House Chooses New Cold War With Russia

BFDOFR Wrote: Dec 09, 2014 11:28 AM
Given his personal accomplishments, I can not believe that Mr. Paul is a simpleton, despite the evidence to that effect provided in this drivel. Perhaps he suffers some form of intellectual malfunction that prevents him from making sound judgement?
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