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I'm in favor of a BBA, but we need to be careful when its written. Many states have them, but manage to use creative accounting to circumvent it. It's still a good idea, but we'll have to be careful.
Charge and jail Holder for contempt of court.
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Umm: Where is Kim Jong Un?

Jacob55 Wrote: Oct 11, 2014 11:34 AM
In which case, the pigs accomplished far more than Obama has.
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Netanyahu: "Hamas is ISIS; ISIS is Hamas"

Jacob55 Wrote: Sep 29, 2014 3:27 PM
I agree. Netanyahu is one of the few political leaders these days who I can honestly say speaks frankly and freely. He is not afraid to be straightforward in what his country needs, and doesn't dance around the truth, he flat out says it.
Wait, MSNBC criticizing Democrats? ... I should really get to planning that Ski Vacation in the now-frozen over Hell.
Why are we making a big deal out of this? This honestly comes across as the equivalent of the 'he's touching me' accusation four year olds make. There's plenty to complain about with Obama, but a small mistake in a salute is hardly something to be concerned about.
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Two Anti-Choice Parties

Jacob55 Wrote: Sep 24, 2014 2:09 AM
Arguing that one should be able to have abortion is not the same as arguing one should be able to smoke a cigarette. The true equivalent of abortion would be smoking a cigarette, causing someone else to get lung cancer. The crux of conservatism that one should be able to do as they will, so long as it doesn't directly harm someone else, without the govt mucking it up. This is why Republicans do not support leaner drug laws: because they clearly and plainly increase crime from druggies. At the same time, the reason why we don't support tougher environmental restrictions is because not only do they hurt jobs and require others to pay for it, a direct harm, it also tends to have nebulous benefits that won't keep a single person from getting cancer or heart disease.
I'm honestly against banking secrecy too. It's not that I want increased taxation. It's just that being able to hide money like that seems to tax evasion. Lower the tax rate, and reduce bank secrecy too. There must be freedom, but a free country must have rule of law.
I think he will find Hell an even more "oppressive situation".
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Irresponsible Choices

Jacob55 Wrote: Sep 02, 2014 2:37 PM
I wouldn't mind a woman president. Give me a Hispanic, Jewish, Female Tea Party loyal Republican over a White, Protestant, Male, Establishment Republican any election. I only particularly care about the last part.
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