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You called someone else a "mindless partisan". Rich.
Only pathologically-obsessed hacks would be focused on what Obama did or didn't say right now.
"The state cannot define marriage in any way that would trample constitutional rights, right?" Holmes asked Jim Campbell, the attorney representing the defendant in the case, the Tulsa County clerk. This judge's question is a classic example of circularity. The only constitutional right that could be "trampled" is a right to "marriage". "Marriage" is the union of one man and one woman.
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A Halo for Selfishness

jco2012 Wrote: Apr 08, 2014 10:23 PM
Anyone who equates spending money with political expression has lost their soul.
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Democrats: The REAL Party of the Rich

jco2012 Wrote: Apr 01, 2014 12:47 AM
"Less government interference"- yeah, how'd that work for the buyers of GM cars, some of whom are dead? All the policies you name favor the rich. Yeah, the Repubs get some low income folks to vote against their own interests and vote GOP. I'm supposed to become Repub because of that?
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Democrats: The REAL Party of the Rich

jco2012 Wrote: Apr 01, 2014 12:03 AM
Gee, and I thought I was pretty clear. No matter how many rich people Townhall says are in the Dem Party, it isn't going to make me turn Repub.
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Democrats: The REAL Party of the Rich

jco2012 Wrote: Apr 01, 2014 12:02 AM
Good question, I guess I'm waiting for the right third party to show itself.
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Democrats: The REAL Party of the Rich

jco2012 Wrote: Mar 31, 2014 11:39 PM
Really, the Koch Brothers are Democrats? Who knew? No matter who is in what party, the question is who each party represents. The Republican Party represents Big Money. Period. It is no longer pro-life, it is no longer pro-traditional family, it is about nothing but money. That's why I will never be a Republican.
Absolutely none of the US's business.
The Post Turtle has been out of office since January 2009.
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