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Mexico is an utterly failed nation/state. Completely corrupt, and unable to control matters within its borders. We need to treat it that way, and station military units there to secure our own country, with authority to open fire whenever necessary.
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Stop This Voter Card Madness!

BrianR.3 Wrote: Oct 16, 2014 1:11 AM
I'll believe the sincerity of the leftards when they also take the position that ID cards aren't required to buy guns, either. Until that time, as far as I'm concerned, they're just a bunch of lying, hypocritical d0uchbags.
No, Marc, that won't work. The president's pardon power derives directly from the Constitution, and there's no recourse or appeal. A blanket pardon is just that: blanket.
It won't work. The open enrollment notices have already gone out and people have received them. My own plan has been cancelled. Read the details here: http://theviewfromtheisland.wordpress.com/ "Obamacare Strikes Again!"
Obozo will just issue a bunch of blanket amnesties on his last day in office, just like Bubba Clinton did.
"Galligan doesn't believe his sentence will be carried out." Of course not. Maybe Obozo can find another deserter somewhere to swap him for.
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The Obamacare Trifecta

BrianR.3 Wrote: Oct 13, 2014 1:23 AM
Yes, I have my own sad Obamacare story to tell: http://theviewfromtheisland.wordpress.com/ "Obamacare Strikes Again!" There is a silver lining to the cloud. Read it and see...
Looks like her mom made a mistake.
But then, if the "logic" of this columnist is correct, NO "marriage" between consenting adults can be banned. Mom must be able to "marry" her son or daughter, for example. Otherwise, if that kind of "marriage" can be banned, then the underlying legal rationalization for same-sex "marriages" is non-existent. I really doubt if any of the Founders in the 18th Century, or those who enacted the 14th Amendment in the 19th Century, ever had any intent of allowing any kind of "marriage" other than traditional heterosexual ones. They'd be appalled at the very idea.
What an insanely stupid column. Where are the rating buttons? The idiot who wrote it seems to be saying that, "Hey! It's just fine to pass extremely bad laws if there's some good unintended consequence!". Utterly moronic. Almost ANY law can be rationalized like that.
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