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@Neil - spoken like a true liberal elite: "Modern medicine is too complicated for common people to figure out. So the government will figure it out for you and tell you what level of health care you can get, and which doctors you can see, and when."
Facts are so inconvenient to their agenda. Just ask the Gore.
Ferguson Mob: "We are mad at white people, so we're going to pillage and burn down black owned businesses. Hey, don't blame us, we learned our logic and reasoning skills from liberal teachers in the the public skool system."
Vote counts from 2012: Obama/Biden = 65,918,507; Romney/Ryan: = 60,934,407. But I still think Obama is a terrible president and a disaster for our nation.
Liberals really cannot stand the military. If this backhanded gaffe was not intentional, then it was certainly an unconscious showing of his feelings towards military personnel.
Which goes to show . . . if you rely on government to fix things, you will be waiting a very long time.
"America is the most consequential nation on Earth, and in desperate need of God at the moment. If America falls, it will be a thousand years of darkness for the entire planet." Chilling thought.
So more words equals more better? Only to self absorbed libs who love to read about themselves. Two short examples of where shorter is infinitely better. The 10 Commandments which can fit on one page, versus the US Code, which are printed on many thousands of pages. Lincoln's Gettysburg Address versus any one of Obama's State of the Union wind bag of BS.
This article captures perfectly what is wrong with the Washington establishment - they are beholden to and corrupted by money. Every "conservative" who goes to DC vowing to cut spending and roll back taxes gets seduced by money. Then, like Cantor, they become indistinguishable from liberal democrats. At least Cantor's money could not save him in this election. He was ripe for defeat.
The entire staff and student body at Brandies should read Ali's book "Infidel" and then beg her to come back and tell them something useful, instead of the worthless twaddle coming out of the liberal arts wing of the school.
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