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Names, Chris.... Names. WHO are the RINOs?
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NCAA Juicing Basketball

David301 Wrote: Feb 24, 2014 1:42 PM
Good reply Scott853. Play the game by the rules of the game! From the NBA on down the game has become one of power and strength, rather than skill and finesse. Walking, double dribble, carrying are rife (and for gawd's sake, 'on the back' fouls are the most horrendously called on any level of the game; generally a foul is erroneously called on the player who has position in the rear of another player who jumps BACKWARD and thus guilty of the foul) - abetted by the NBA's 'let 'em play' attitude. My counter to that is, "If they're so damned good, why can't they play within the rules?"
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I Want a Sugar Mommy.

David301 Wrote: Jan 27, 2014 11:19 AM
There's a website for that:
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Unaccountable Hillary Clinton

David301 Wrote: Jan 24, 2014 12:01 PM
Two questions must be posed to both President Obama and Mrs. Clinton: 1. Exactly when (what time) were you notified that the consulate in Benghazi was under, or had been attacked? 2. What specific options were proposed for immediate and long term response?
The Garand uses a clip. M1 Carbine and M14/M1A use magazines.
What IS your definition of a Republican?
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Loving and Hating America

David301 Wrote: Oct 23, 2013 9:17 AM
They aren't (for the most part). Evaluate these: The United States is still the destination of choice (and my home of choice - for I DO have a choice!)
"Liberals believe in change, reform and progress." I believe in change, reform and progress. I believe I should define the change, reform and progress. "Liberals believe in making this world a better place to live." I believe in making this world a better place to live. "Who would be against that?" Who would be against that?
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Road to Damascus

David301 Wrote: Sep 11, 2013 11:35 AM
What US interests, please?
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Greece Alone And Broke -- Again

David301 Wrote: Jun 21, 2012 10:25 AM
Off the subject - but highly reminiscent: "Over the past (year), exasperated (Occupiers) have rioted and blame-gamed rather than embraced self-critique and genuine efforts to open up and air out their (dependent, personal,) economy. (Occupiers) scapegoated the (Government), (Employers), Americans, Wall Street, their own leaders, (parents), (neighbors) -- anything and anyone other than (Occupiers) themselves, who clearly lived in a manner that was not commensurate with their productivity."
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