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Job Creators Sue Federal Government

Dennis468 Wrote: Mar 23, 2014 12:58 PM
What I'd like to see is a rule change where the enviro-commies are required to prove beyond a reasonable doubt whether a given project will do any harm. If they can't prove it, they can't sue stop it.
To me it's obvious where the plane is. The passengers are now cavorting with Jack Shepard, Hurley, and The Hot Korean Chick.
To me it's obvious where that plane is. Without giving too much away, let's just say that the passengers on that plane are now cavorting with Jack Shepard, Hurley, and the Hot Korean Chick.
Off topic cut-and-paste liberal moron.
I'm paraphrasing here, but I believe it was either Josef Stalin or Adolph Hitler who said, in effect, "Give me your child for the first six years and he will be mine forever."
"Republicans had no viable alternatives..."? During the initial fight over passing the bill, there were numerous GOP alternatives put forward. They were either ignored or dismissed out of hand by the socialists.
One of the biggest reasons the guy got elected is because the MSM wanted him to get elected and wouldn't tell people the truth - the whole truth.
If a few hundred thousand people are furloughed because they're non essential, why are they on the payroll to begin with?
I find it interesting that a few hundred thousand people have been furloughed because they're deemed non essential. If they're not essential, why are they on the payroll to begin with? And Obama keeps saying that reduced government spending will result in the end of life as we know it. Well, how about keeping the non essential people laid off permanently? There's a good start to reduced spending right there.
Your mother in law is making money cleaning outhouse basements on a part time basis. Since she's as inbred and illiterate as you are, she mistook the paycheck for $84.22. Then she got drunk and wrecked the rusted Chrysler.
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