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There is no civility in that place. And to think that you or anyone else can bring some is a fantasy. I would think by now, that Conservatives would want "no sh!t" brawlers headed up to that cesspool. Apparently not this one….for now. Who knows, maybe he'll get up there, realize what a disaster the place is and then become the Cajun version of guys like Gowdy, Cruz and Lee. However, anyone that supports anything that in any way, shape or form has anything to do with obamacare should automatically be prohibited from affiliating themselves with: republican, conservative, social conservative, fiscal conservative.
"Not working for the middle class." Man you are one smart fella. Have to take after your grandaddy.....Fuc&ing Moron. Let's see who is moving here/has moved here, to pump up the middle class: Porsche - enormous facility with test track Catepillar - manufacturing facility Baxter Pharmecuticals - $1 billion plant Kia - basically a small city, within a city....just to name a few there's another big one moving to the Newton/Walton Cty area soon, but its hush-hush, supposedly bigger than the Baxter plant. And lets not forget about Home Depot, UPS, IBM, Post Properties, Ga Pacific, Southern Company. These people are so damned stupid its a wonder they can breathe.
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The Big Apple's Turn Left

Gene158 Wrote: Nov 06, 2013 10:19 PM
Can't wait to see what NYC is going to be like this time next year. Feel sorry for the hardworking folks that just want to be left alone. They're doomed.
Alien Conspiracy Theorist, 9/11 Truther So, you're saying he has a chance
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Iraq is on the Verge of Falling Apart

Gene158 Wrote: Nov 01, 2013 10:29 PM
There's an enormous difference between invading and bombing/launching missiles. He was, once again, take a back seat and if his plan failed, blame it on someone else. As history recently proved with Clinton, Democrats and their ilk(modern era Dems) don't have the ability to do anything but point fingers. Clintons escapades(Somalia, the Balkans, Iraq) are long forgotten by some and looked at as military victories by others. Unfortunately, the facts show that most, if not all of his military maneuvers came at a time when he was taking some serious domestic heat and he needed something to distract. Kind of like someone else.
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Iraq is on the Verge of Falling Apart

Gene158 Wrote: Oct 31, 2013 11:25 PM
I spent quite a few years in Iraq protecting US diplomats, politicians, USAID and members of the military. The US military is not a 'nation building' entity, although it is being used like that. The US military is a war machine, nothing more. The State Dept, however, is filled to the brim with leftists, progressives, socialists, even communists that would have never in a million years done anything to advance the goals of the Bush administration. Instead, if one were to go to the US Embassy in Iraq both then and now, they would find a small little slice of the Baghdad, where there are tiki huts, outdoor pools, barbecues, booze, drugs and not a whole lot of diplomacy. Just a bunch of government employees, living off of our dime, getting wasted by the pool Al-Maliki swore his allegiance to the Iranians early on. He made deals with the Chinese early on. He did this as he couldn't be bothered with the US and the people that allowed him to hold the seat that he now does. He lost the last election. I know, because I was tasked with protecting Dept of State election monitors outside of Mosul. However, he refused to leave office. The man that was to replace him, Allawi, is more secular and envisioned an Iraq that actually was a part of the 21st Century. If it weren't for Maliki, Iraq probably wouldn't be in the mess its in, as Alawi always has been and is a friend to the US. He wouldn't have kicked the US out. He wouldn't have turned his back on the very people that helped him assume his position. If Maliki is hurting so bad, tell him to go to his Iranian masters to the east and get their help.
These people are incapable of telling the truth.
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Is College Worth The Cost?

Gene158 Wrote: Oct 28, 2013 11:02 AM
Here in Georgia they have the Hope Scholarship. Its funded by the lottery thru a state law and provides tuition to kids that maintain a B average or better. Unintended consequence: high school teachers were passing kids, giving them a B avg and a good number couldn't do basic algebra or complete a sentence. So, they go to college, end up in remedial math and english, fail out after the first year and lose the scholarship. Now, with all the bad economic news, jobs and bennies being cut, has anyone ever heard of a college/university making cuts anywhere? I haven't. Instead, all you hear is tuition going up to support the welfare state that is being a college professor and the liberal ilk that supports them. And who foots the bill? Parents and the taxpayer, especially when the student loan bubble bursts.
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Who can you trust, Virginia?

Gene158 Wrote: Oct 27, 2013 7:40 PM
Sarvis may be the man, but he isn't going to win. His supporters will vote their conscience, as they should, but they will also give McAuliffe the easy win. Cuccinellii isn't perfect, but he's a helluva lot better than the democrat. Who isn't anything more than the typical corrupt, greedy, lying manipulator that was cut from the clinton cloth.
I was under the impression that the cost went from $9mill to $600+million
Has it ever been debated that they, they-being obama and his minions, never actually thought that it would get this far? That they threw it out there, thinking/knowing that SCOTUS would strike it down and that they never bothered to actually: 1. make sure the site worked and 2. never really bothered to see what the effects would be on policies/$$$
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