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"The Most Ridiculous Law of 2013"

Caleb2 Wrote: Jan 29, 2013 6:52 AM
I'm struggling to figure out why this doesn't run afoul of the First Sale Doctrine in Copywrite law. I need to reread this stuff.
Just to clarify, Michael1364, but you mean there is no constitutional way outside of being tried and sentenced, right?
The violent video games, movies, etc. are a symptom rather than a cause of people acting like animals. We've largely banished morality from the public square, and are reaping the rewards.
If Brown makes it 51-49 instead of 50-50, I'd take Brown. He's more conservative than the alternative, so why not? Unless and until we get a few more Republican senators (in future elections), we need as many R's in both the Senate and House as we can get. The single most important reason to have as many Republican senators as we can get is this: Supreme Court appointments.
The media is trying to stamp down enthusiasm and republican turnout. It is patently obvious.
Based on the repeated observation that the media has been in the tank for the dems for a very long time, I find the deliberate use of polls oversampling dems to be far more likely...and scary. It's just like what Eastwood said about Obama being the greatest hoax ever perpetrated against on American people. I've been listening to Hugh Hewitt for a good 10 years now, and he is not desperate. 2008 was desperate. There is a noticeable excitement and energy on the Republican side. There are other polls that keep popping up that question the media's narrative as well, such as the one that had Romney leading in NH, and the one that just came out today showing him only 2 points behind in PA. I haven't seen the sample data in those polls though.
Hah! That's great.
Not to mention the estate taxes that Obama would increase...
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Obama: I Have Not Raised Taxes

Caleb2 Wrote: Sep 25, 2012 12:02 AM
I don't know whether to laugh or cry. Heh.
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