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Since her brother is the Mayor of New Orleans, maybe the T-P newspaper needs a favor from him. That could explain their editorial position.
All part of the plan. When the entire country is about to go crazy with pitchforks and torches THEN the Dems will reveal the answer: Single Payer System. "We tried to fix the BROKEN health care system but the insurance companies and the Republicans wouldn't let us do it. NOW we must demolish the insurance companies and the government will step in and fix it once and for all."
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Answering Ted Olson

Bill1260 Wrote: Oct 14, 2014 9:41 AM
I suppose he means the timed photography from the security camera in the parking lot. It was set for one second intervals (or maybe a tad longer) and the plane went by in the gap between photos. Never mind that the jetliner clipped power lines across the street on the way in and was witnessed by several passersby.
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Answering Ted Olson

Bill1260 Wrote: Oct 14, 2014 9:37 AM
Five years from now we'll be having the argument about multiple partners in a "marriage." If same sex marriage is fine, why not two wives and a husband? Or three wives? Where does it stop?
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Harry Reid: Public Enemy No. 1

Bill1260 Wrote: Oct 07, 2014 12:05 PM
18 months ago I was laid off from work and purchased basic, cheap health insurance for six months until my next job's coverage kicked in. Now I am back in the job search and have to get the basic coverage again. What cost $239 last spring is now $798 thanks to Reid, Landreau and Co. / "Affordable" Care Act.
Good grief, she's from N'awlins and went to LSU. Both of those qualify her to know how a keg works. I'm not a fan, but seriously, get a life. Call her what she is: a Washington insider. But the photo here is just laughable.
I think the R's have decided the gig the Washington Generals have is pretty good. (They are the "team" that plays the Harlem Globetrotters. All they have to do is show up and look halfway decent and provide a counterpart for the opposition. Think about it: The R's have all the perks of being in office as an "also ran." It is a no-lose proposition for them.
He threw a strike with a flak jacket under his FDNY windbreaker, too!
The Reader of the Free World looks like he's aged 10 years in the last month. And he really sounded like a wimpy doofus when he said we don't have a plan.
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The Problem With The Right Part 2

Bill1260 Wrote: Aug 17, 2014 10:23 AM
The line about Republicans making you laugh: I had no idea Bob Dole had a sense of humor until he appeared on SNL and did his Pepsi commercials. For years he came off as stiff and humorless. It didn't change that fact he was the wrong guy to run against Clinton, but, I hardly knew him when he ran. And wasn't impressed with him then.
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