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Does the South Belong in the Union?

dmc1964 Wrote: Jun 28, 2013 3:35 PM
Yes, and then they can't even get that right!
Dave tends to say the only acceptable debt is a mortgage, and a bad credit rating is worse than no credit rating. If the guy needs to sell his house later and move, he may have trouble buying a new house if he has a car repo on his credit report.
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An Abortionist's Unglamorous Victims

dmc1964 Wrote: Apr 16, 2013 1:03 PM
They (journalists) don't want to have to face the fact that abortions kill babies (not sub-human fetuses), and have it rubbed in their faces. Animals get more protection/publicity, than children in the womb.
Roth IRAs tax contributions at regular income tax rates up front, and grow tax free. The only Traditional IRA I have is a rollover for 401ks when I have to change jobs. A Roth also lets you get your contributions (but not earnings) after 5 years without penalty. Definitely a better deal.
sorry for double post, my network hangs up and makes me think it didn't post
I hope and pray it won't come to that, but I will not knowingly vote for an ineligible candidate. I have feeling that if an ineligible republican was a serious contender, the dems would suddenly jump on the bandwagon, that they initially started (Berg was a HRC supporter). As to your 2nd statement, I'm old enough to know that Christ is my saviour, and the little things I do to try and repair the damage inflicted by the progressives may keep us free for the next generation.
I hope and pray it won't come to that, but I will not knowingly vote for an ineligible candidate. I have feeling that if an ineligible republican was a serious contender, the dems would suddenly jump on the bandwagon, that they initially started (Berg was a HRC supporter). As to your 2nd statement, I'm old enough to know that Christ is my saviour, and the little things I do to try and repair the damage inflicted by the progressives may keep us free for the next generation.
Sen Rubio is not a "natural born citizen". His parents weren't citizens until after he was born (about 5 years). Yes he was born in Florida, makes him a 14th amendment citizen (eligible for senate, not president), but not a NBC and that's too bad because I like him. SCOTUS really needs to rule on the definition of NBC, but until they do I'm following what the founders used, and that was de Vattel's Law of Nations. NBC = child of citizen parents, born in country unless parents deployed on official national business (diplomatic corps or military).
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A Korean Nightmare

dmc1964 Wrote: Apr 08, 2013 9:56 AM
One minor point, the tanks would already be fueled and ready to go. SOP is to keep all vehicles ready to roll at a moments notice.
With the price of airline tickest, and the hassle of TSA, I think rail would be better for long distance travel, the propblem I have is the nearest rail station is 3 hrs away going east, and 4 hrs going west. Leaving my car in a long term lot in a city center, or renting a car to get there puts risk, or increase to the price, and I might as well fly, since the airport is 30 minutes away.
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