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GOP Double-Crossing Traitors

Jim4136 Wrote: Feb 19, 2015 12:23 PM
My how time flies. Seems like it was just a few months ago when I and a million other people were calling you out for being a McConnell supporter. You were adamant that he was the conservative we needed leading the Senate. Now he's a double-crossing traitor? You, Ann Coulter, with your establishment Republican brown-nosing and your Tea Party candidate undermining, are part of the problem not part of the solution. Don't come to us now and moan about McConnell. We knew who he was back when you were propping him up.
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Measles, Vaccines and Autism

Jim4136 Wrote: Feb 10, 2015 12:14 PM
It's not often I disagree with you Mr. Sowell, but you have fallen for the drug company propaganda on this one. The study you cited in the UK never claimed that measles vaccine caused autism. The study claimed there was a correlation and very carefully stated that they didn't have enough information to describe the cause of that correlation. The doctor lost his license not because the study was false, but because authorities took issue with the manner he used to conduct the study - they claimed he did not sufficiently inform the minors who were the subjects of the study. There were co-authors on that study who gave in to the strong-arm tactics of the vaccine makers. The doctor who refused to give in to those tactics lost his license. Same study, different results. Odd, eh? The only difference being one of them stood on principle while the others scattered and ran.
Don't waste your time on Moore, Humberto. He isn't worth the energy required to type the word "excrement" into your word processor.
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Owning Ideas

Jim4136 Wrote: Jan 28, 2015 9:49 AM
You should have mentioned the most egregious example of ideas being copyrighted: what the King family has done with MLK's speeches and writings. That's why you didn't see much of MLK's actual words in the recent movie "Selma." They won't let anyone use those words because they copyrighted them all after he died. So even though we have a national holiday honoring the man, we don't get to see or read what he said without paying the King family a hefty fee. That "I have a dream" speech we see a couple seconds of every time his name is mentioned: almost nobody you know has actually seen it because you have to pay the King family $10 to buy the videotape and they won't let anyone show it on TV even on MLK Day.
You have some sort of logical disconnect because you admit that infants who were infected were too young to have been vaccinated. Then you go on to blame the lack of vaccinations for the outbreak. How about doing some actual research and find out where the outbreak started? I bet it started with some of Obama's illegal aliens who are pouring across the border unimpeded, and I bet at least some of those people infected had already been vaccinated. As we learned with the similar whooping cough outbreak, the vaccines are not nearly as effective as people think.
Great column. I invite everybody to visit my timeline of the Democrat Party's history: http://www.jpattitude.com/DemocratPartyTimeline.php. This is a political party with a truly heinous past.
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Rand Paul’s Cluelessness on Cuba

Jim4136 Wrote: Dec 27, 2014 9:28 AM
It's almost like you didn't even read the column. That or you don't comprehend property rights.
Nicely done, Star. A few years ago I wrote a similar column pointing out that, by definition, whatever government does, it cannot properly be called charity: http://www.jpattitude.com/100225.php. Liberals love to confuse the definition of and misuse words, and I think this particular misuse gets to the crux of the difference between conservatives and liberals.
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The Campus Crusade for Cash

Jim4136 Wrote: Nov 24, 2014 11:22 AM
Ouch. I hope those words make "Cru" (really?) take a good hard look at themselves.
You were firing on all cylinders when you wrote this column. Well done. I would like to think that Pollitt will feel shame at being called out like this, but I am not confident.
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