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Operation Hubris

Fooling Wrote: Feb 15, 2013 10:20 PM
Want hubris? How about the stinking GOP cowards who call themselves "Senator." It is just a shame that McCain has brainwashed the world into thinking he has some kind of virtue because he was or was not an alleged war hero in 'Nam. So what! He is a savage, vile old man now. I would take Ted Cruz in a foxhole over these RINOs any day! Heck, I would take OBAMA over a RINO in a foxhole because though a sleaze, at least I know I trust his word, just like he promised us national healthcare, etc., etc. At least the man walks his talk. The GOP is DONE FOR.
Fooling Wrote: Feb 15, 2013 10:22 PM
And hey Lindsey Graham. You remind me WAY too much of John Edwards. I am just saying. Heck, it would not bother me if the Democrats turned their spotlight on you, hardcore.

Just saying, you sanctimonious hypocrite. None of you people should be trusted with our kids' futures. Heck, I would take John Kerry over you fools! Again, at least he walks his talk~!

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