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Figures it would be an Establishment Republican to do this. Can we stop pretending there is a difference between the parties now?
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If the President Couldn't Tell a Lie

Danny252 Wrote: Jan 27, 2015 7:46 AM
I disagree with some of this article supposed truths almost as much as I disagree with the dishonest quotes from President Obama's speech. About gas prices, there is not much about which to argue. About income inequality, in today's world it's who you know more than what you know or how hard you work that makes the difference. Crony capitalism rules. Politicians of both parties write the rules to favor their big donors. The Federal Reserve makes interest-free loans to big banks. Corporate bosses choose boards of directors who in turn determine CEO compensation.
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PHOTOS: Sarah Palin Lights Up SHOT Show

Danny252 Wrote: Jan 24, 2015 8:56 AM
People who make snide comments about Sarah Palin cannot have bothered to find out anything about her tenure as Alaska governor, or why she resigned her office before the end of her term. She took on the corrupt Republican establishment and defeated them. She resigned when it became clear that she was not going to be able to do her job due to having to defend herself against spurious ethics charges being filed by her political enemies, both Democrat and Republican. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sarah_Palin
Oh, get a life. 151 calls for marijuana exposure? BFD. Prescription drugs are the real danger lies. An estimated 450,000 preventable medication-related adverse events occur in the U.S. every year. A study published in the Journal of Gerontology in 2006 showed that adverse drug reactions are very common in frail elderly persons after a hospital stay, and polypharmacy and warfarin use consistently increase the risk. The costs of adverse drug reactions to society are more than $136 billion annually -- greater than the total cost of cardiovascular or diabetic care. Adverse drug reactions cause injuries or death in 1 of 5 hospital patients. The reason there are so many adverse drug events in the U.S. is because so many drugs are used and prescribed – and many patients receive multiple prescriptions at varying strengths, some of which may counteract each other or cause more severe reactions when combined. In 2009 there were nearly 3.68 billion prescriptions filled in the U.S. That averages to almost 12 prescriptions for every person in the U.S. Other interesting drug statistics are: Specialists give more than 2 prescriptions per visit Just over 89 percent of Medicare patients take prescription medicine daily 46 percent take 5 or more prescriptions chronically Nearly 54 percent take meds prescribed by more than one doctor One thing that the drug companies don't tell you, and that your physician may not realize, is that premarketing drug safety profiles may be very narrow: most new drugs have 3,000 or less short-term patient exposures. Another fact the drug companies don't advertise is that some drugs have rare toxicity possibilities, meaning very bad side effects could occur in as few as 1 in 20,000 patients. To detect such rare toxicity, more than 60,000 patients must be exposed AFTER the drug is marketed. http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2011/02/04/death-by-medicine-an-update.aspx
From Wikipedia: Thomas was the only black person at his high school in Savannah, where he was an honor student.[11] He was raised Roman Catholic. He considered entering the priesthood at the age of 16, and became the first black student to attend St. John Vianney's Minor Seminary (Savannah) on the Isle of Hope.
Roe vs Wade was decided 40-odd years ago. Overturning precedent is not easy for judges, no matter what their religion.
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The Last Shall Be Dead?

Danny252 Wrote: Jan 20, 2015 9:01 PM
If God starts speaking to me, I think I'll seek professional help. And not from the pulpit.
I have a really radical idea. How about each Republican advocate for his or her heartfelt ideas, and may the best person win? Screw all the poll testing. Screw all the focus groups. Tell everybody what you believe.
You spelled it wrong. The headline should be "More Evidence against Big-Spending Kenyan Economics"
Congress should tell Obama to write his message, put it in an envelope and mail it. They don't need to give him another forum for hislies.
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