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What a pathetic excuse for a posting. You obviously know nothing about law-abiding firearm owners who may also choose to shoulder the responsibility to protect themselves and the sheep around them -- not from the stereotypical character you offer, but from a criminal intent on violence against an unarmed citizenry. You wouldn't even dare to try an IDPA match, would you?
Looking forward to your updates. Have fun and take every advantage to the coaching you can get.
Hey putz, your messiah is in charge (sort of) of foreign policy now. He decides or, more accurately, vacillates on what action, or inaction or strongly-worded response to take. Get over your BDS.
Then let her be the first to show us all how wonderful living without modern conveniences is. And as for "civil disobedience", a few National Guardsmen might help break up that situation.
Calo -- Not sure if we read the same article, but HH is clearly unimpressed with the House leadership and the Senate is held hostage to Reid's majority and truly despicable tactics to thwart any legislation coming from the House. Pick your battles wisely, particularly when you are in the minority (as in the Senate).
And those bricks would be made of balsa wood or styrofoam. BO, your threats carry as much heft as cotton candy. Sit down before you make us even more embarrassed.
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Today in History

DocForesight Wrote: Feb 10, 2014 2:16 AM
When you replay some of their early songs on YouTube, you can't help but appreciate what they accomplished and how they influenced pop music thereafter. Compared to what passes as "music" today, these songs remain refreshing. Not complex like the great composers of previous centuries, but still uplifting and may even make a curmudgeon tap his/her foot to the beat.
I note that you offer no specific examples of his lack of facts in his column. And what is his "agenda"? That the US should utilize more of its natural resources to promote our economy? Yeah, that's such a horrid agenda. When will you Lefties ever learn to engage in a substantive debate?
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A Tale of Two Droughts

DocForesight Wrote: Feb 07, 2014 1:22 AM
If SoCal pols would recognize their obligation to use available technology, engineering and resources and not rely on the generosity of their northern citizens or other states (CO river water, AZ ,NV and OR power plants), then they could find themselves in much better control of their circumstances rather than being controlled BY them. A few new generation nuclear plants with desalination capacity could easily reduce the need to import electricity and water from outlying areas. And preserve the environment, to boot.
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A Tale of Two Droughts

DocForesight Wrote: Feb 07, 2014 1:14 AM
VDH isn't an "idiot" for living in CA any more than the other 30+ million. He is merely recounting and reminding others just what a mess the liberals have made of his state in such a short time. I don't think he is asking for your sympathy.
And when the next Republican president takes office in Jan 2017 (please!) and cleans house at DOJ by replacing all of these "qualified" attorneys, he/she will be called "racist" for doing so. Count on it.
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