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Time to resurrect an old saying about the Seattle area. Originally, it was "Will the last employee out of Boeing please turn off the lights?" Now, it's going to be the whole damn town, not just Boeing. No business will be able to afford this liberal, pie in the sky, "Do as we say" scheme. When enough of them fail or just close up, no one will be left around to figure out why or how this all happened. I don't have the least bit of sympathy for any of the sheeple who voted for these clowns. elections have consequences.
Now, lets add in the costs of repairing the mechanical damage ethanol can do to older cars and you have a real story on your plate.
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The Grievance Industry's Spawn

Charles926 Wrote: Apr 20, 2014 8:55 PM
How do you insult something that doen't exist
Or, conversely, maybe Hope and Change pushed the envelope just far enough for even the "low info voter" to see there was no hope of finding anything inside the envelope and it is time for REAL change.
I thought the story said Joe-Joe the Clown was with him. Who needs a rubber chicken when you've got Joe-Joe?
Hopefully we can all say good bye to a one issue pony. Texans aren't dumb enough to buy the same horse twice, unlike many eastern libtards.
Thanks for this ray of sunshine on an otherwise rainy, windy, dreary afternoon!
Let's see if I have this straight. We're going to allow the IRS to determine what is free speech? I thought that was the job of the Supreme Court. Here's a radical idea. Let's just send 10% of everything we earn to Uncle Sam. All income, all sources, Wages, salaries, dividends, capital gains welfare checks, all sources. Then, we could abolish most of the IRS, save a lot of taxpayer expense and get everyone's attention to whats going on as we would all have skin in the game. Probably won't happen. Too simple.
It appears that Attorney Brienza had Barry 0 for his Constitutional law professor. Either that, or he slept through the class.
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