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The Democrats Want You to Die

crackerette Wrote: Jan 24, 2013 10:34 AM
The only "ringworm" I've ever heard of is actually not a worm at all; but a fungus... like athlethe's foot. So I would really be interested in observing how a "ringworm" passes gas... Might be quite educational actually. But to spend our hard earned tax-dollars on it. I don't think so.
Milt37 Wrote: Jan 24, 2013 12:21 PM

Well, we already spent $150K of "stimulus" money to study shrimp running on treadmills. In the video I saw of that groundbreaking study, I didn't see any bubbles coming out of the shrimp's butt, so maybe they don't pass gas either.

However, what if your wrong, and it turns out that the scientific consesus is that ringworms to pass gas? What if the perfect climate models we have show that the gas they emit will raise the Earth's temperature by .00000001 degree by the year 6035?

You're obviously just a selfish conservative if you don't want to invest in such a meaningful study, in order to prevent...

Oh, never mind ;-)
Joe1592 Wrote: Jan 24, 2013 12:46 PM
Good thought, we must spend billions to keep that from happening - NOT. The whole amorphous global warming scam is just slightly less silly. That's just like ObamaCare, in that it is about POWER, not affordable health care. Also GUN control, same deal. How about this as a money-raising idea for the libs: Take out a term life policy on selected members of the public. That alone should shorten their life span considerably. When they meet their demise, the Treasury gains accordingly.

That sounds like an elderly lady who lived on a semi-remote homestead in the Southwest. A young couple bought her land subject to the elderly lady's life estate, meaning that the lady could live on the property until her demise. But part of the deal was
Joe1592 Wrote: Jan 24, 2013 12:50 PM
(continued) that the young couple would bring groceries to the elderly lady every week. That was a deal not designed to promote longevity.
(is there a word limitation on these replies, the above wouldn't go any farther)

I'm beginning to detect a theme running throughout the Democrat Party's proposals.

Actually, the theme is about as subtle as a icepick in Sicily, so I'm quite surprised that I haven't noticed it before.

OK, I HAVE noticed it before, I just haven't noticed it EVERYWHERE two or more liberal proposals are gathered in Pelosi's name.

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