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You apparently confuse painful ways of killing someone to interrogation. I doubt anyone would confuse water boarding with disembowling, beheadings, dissecting and burning alive. The 8th amendment does not preclude the use of what we call harse interrogation methods since they are not unnecessary cruelty, as you quote, and were certainly not inflicted simply for the sake of pain. Nice try, though.
I'm sure they will rule in the Repubs favor and fine the Demos $1000, about 6 months after the election...
This coming from a clown who apparently thinks the second amendment to get constitution does not "really mean what it actually says". This coming from a clown who almost certainly supports the "right" of a left-liberal Houston mayor to brown shirt the local pastors. Get a grip, Political fool. All you apparently have to do to abolish unions these days is to allow people to stop contributing to them against their will. But you, big government and thug advocate, wouldn't like to see the people free, would you ?
It's hard to get past the idea that Islam should be eliminated. There doesn't seem to be any redeeming value to that vile, criminal cult.
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Horton Hears the Who

Bob_K Wrote: Jun 02, 2014 5:24 PM
Horton is an uneducated child, like pretty much the rest of the left liberals. We could really use some more intelligent people in the country. Horton can probably pick up a cool job mowing lawns. Just not mine.
Good suggestions, but I don't think this kid would have even heard them. He really should have been institutionalized and treated which, of course, is totally not PC. At the end of the day, the victims paid for that attitude.
Virginians are apparently low information voters. All of them. They deserve the crappy government they are about to receive. I wouldn't care, but they are all helping to undermine the concept that states used to have rights. Really sad....
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Welcome to the Kludgeocracy

Bob_K Wrote: Nov 29, 2013 9:44 AM
Not sure why you used the word "if".
Why don't they use it to pay down the national debt ?
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Now Playing: Budget Brawl 2013

Bob_K Wrote: Sep 15, 2013 10:52 AM
No. Let's try something really novel. Instead of cranking down the road to the horrible patient-killing UK model, which is what you suggest, how about we get the government totally out of the health care market ? Let insurers and Doctors take care of healthcare. Let them compete with each other, across state lines, across products, and actually act like they are part of a Capitalist system. Once this model proves itself, we could move on to education, agriculture, manufacturing, energy production, and other stuff that would work much better with the government out of their bedrooms.
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