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IMHO, with Perdue and Kingston the winners for the runoff, we may as well give the election to Michelle Nunn. Neither one will beat her, and they both have baggage that was already exploited in the primary with all the dirty politics that were run in the media. The Dems are sure to continue with that line of dirt.
Such vitriol for Ba-ba Wa-wa! Well, at least we won't be seeing as much of the Wicked Witch on TV anymore. Maybe she'll take the hint from Andy Rooney and kick off next week.
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The White House's Cover-up of Benghazi

Harold206 Wrote: May 13, 2014 5:39 PM
It might have already been covered in prior posts, but I want to make sure everyone knows how the pro-Obama media is still spinning the "facts." http://dailycaller.com/2014/05/12/eleanor-clift-ambassador-christopher-stevens-was-not-murdered-in-benghazi/
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Settled Science Brakes Into Cold Sweat

Harold206 Wrote: May 12, 2014 3:49 PM
Back on topic... There is a long string below - started by good old ericynot - about the human factors in "climate change." What I fail to see in that entire string of posts is any questioning of how much control man has over climate and/or earth cycles. IMHO, we are arrogant newcomers to a world that has gone through many climate changes through time, and always manages to keep on going. We have very little effect on the overall health of this planet, but it does make for good science fiction.
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Settled Science Brakes Into Cold Sweat

Harold206 Wrote: May 12, 2014 3:41 PM
Unless it was intended as a play on words, John, and I fail to read that into the text, you have once again succeeded in using the wrong word in your title for the piece. I believe that what you were going for was "...B-R-E-A-K-S into cold sweat," instead of the homonym for that word, B-R-A-K-E-S. Can't TH afford a proof reader, or at least a spell-checker?
Regarding math, we could improve learning immeasurably by removing the "new math" from grade school curriculum and getting back to the basic "3-'rs." I believe that new math is a large part of Common Core, and it has produced several generations of people who cannot perform even the basic skills in math. Common core is nothing more than dumbing down the students to a common denominator and it won't ever replace discipline and study.
Amen to that. I lived in KC for 23 years, so I know a lot about both governor Nixon and Senator McCaskill. Both are rotten to the core, so Common Core is a nice fit for them.
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Purple Lavender White and Colored

Harold206 Wrote: May 09, 2014 8:34 AM
Another fine column, Mr. Adams. It really is ironic that we've come from white enforced segregation to Black preferred segregation in less than 100 years, while at the same time we celebrate our "cultural diversity." I don't know about you, but I define exclusion the same whether it is black exclusion or white exclusion. As Juliet proclaimed, "A rose by any other name would smell as sweet." The same applies to segregation, except it doesn't smell sweet at all.
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Purple Lavender White and Colored

Harold206 Wrote: May 09, 2014 8:26 AM
If you watch the propaganda spewed on television, you know that the goal is to have only unisex bathrooms. Almost every time we see a bathroom scene, it seems that both sexes are in there and nobody hesitates or knocks to see if the room is occupied. Just think, no more waiting in line for the next stall or urinal; just go use the other restroom.
Georgia Boy, the words' "in God we trust" (the "G" is capitalized, by the way) were never added to the Pledge of Allegiance by anybody. The only words added were "under God." The first part of you allegation is correct, however. It was written by a Baptist minister who was also a Christian socialist. It might be interesting to read the history of the Pledge of Allegiance. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pledge_of_Allegiance
I liked your statement, "Therefore, Nichol cannot be expected provide a heads up while his head is buried … so deeply in the sand." Well, his head is buried deeply somewhere, but I don't think it's sandy there, unless he sat on a beach lately. A Lot of liberals seem to have their heads buried there. A sparkler might "enlighten" them as a matter of fact.
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