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Who Failed Chicago?

In the Majority Wrote: Feb 13, 2013 8:13 AM
Remember, as many of Obama's ancestors come from Europe as come from Africa. Or do you go by the one-drop rule?
In response to:

Who Failed Chicago?

In the Majority Wrote: Feb 13, 2013 8:11 AM
If you live in Washington, D. C. and want a gun, all you have to do is to walk over the Francis Scott Key Bridge into Northern Virginia and buy one at one of the "gun shows" there. No background check or waiting period necessary. Then walk back into D. C. Chicago has a similiar problem with surrounding red states. The guns in New York City come mainly from "gun shows" in Virginia. The gun laws need to be federal, nationwide in scope, and not a patchwork of state laws.
FTA: "If you have a Bank of America account, it might be time to think about changing." Too late, I left BoA years ago.
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The GOP's Immigration Mess

In the Majority Wrote: Jan 25, 2013 1:48 PM
I would have agreed with Hewitt if he had made his suggestion in 1993. However, we now have people who have been living here for decades who have NO legal rights. Since the Bush Sr. - Clinton - Bush Jr. adminstrations declined to deport the immigrants, but were OK with their campaign contributors underpaying the immigrants for the work the immigrants performed, America has implicitly accepted the immigrants as valid and should figure out a pathway to FULL citizenship (which includes voting rights). The Republicans, in this and in other ways, are signalling that THEY believe that the only way Republicans can win future elections is by restricting the right to vote to people who are likely to vote Republican.
Consevatives "give more to charity" because they tithe to their churches. Remove the church contributions, and include the liberal "I don't have money so I'll give my time" and liberals give more to charity than conservatives.
#2: Rachel Maddow. Wow, Maddow must be effective if townhall Katie wants to stop people from listening to Maddow.
Indeed. Reality has a liberal bias.
Obama was talking about the Federal Highway System, the Public Schools, and the Internet, all of which helps small business, and all of which was created and paid for through the Government.
"Cuts": reduce the overpayments to the Medicare Advantage Plans. Until the silly season began, reducing overpayments was seen as fiscal prudence and not "cuts". Now, it's called "cuts" if done by Obama, and the exact same reduction of overpayments is seen as "fiscal prudence" if done by Ryan.
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