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Things I Don't Understand

JMWinPR Wrote: Sep 03, 2014 7:54 AM
You can no longer buy a 4 ft step ladder, the warning labels are 5 ft long. While the attorneys initiated the process, juries (our peers) are the real cause. The juries awarded huge payouts for "hot coffee", etc. Several years ago I read the attorney tax was about $2000 per person. The manufactures seem to think that putting a warning label on a dry cleaner bag is going prevent an accidental death. No one however is taking any responsibility for the "forgetting the baby in the backseat' caused by the inane use of car seats in the back necessitated by the inane requirement for air bags. American drivers are too stupid to realize the floor mat must occasionally be placed back in position. They still drink bottled beer while driving. The bottles can get stuck under the brake pedal, cans on the other hand will be crushed.
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Irresponsible Choices

JMWinPR Wrote: Sep 02, 2014 6:58 PM
Bringing solace to Huma Weiner
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Irresponsible Choices

JMWinPR Wrote: Sep 02, 2014 6:55 PM
You don't have to go that far, check out the ABC's Argentina, Brazil, and Chile. Don't forget Golda Meir, or Margaret Thatcher.
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Irresponsible Choices

JMWinPR Wrote: Sep 02, 2014 6:53 PM
Then you'd be up that proverbial creek. She has already demonstrated what she will do when the call comes in at 3 AM. "It doesn't matter" comes to mind. My question is why would anyone ever consider voting for someone who has demanded and received 900 FBI files for bedside reading. mysteriously turned 1000 dollars into 100,000 on cattle futures then claims to be broke, steal furniture from her rented home, complains about high medication prices driving down pharmaceutical stocks, which she had sold short on her IRA account. Martha Stewart went to jail for less. I would change political parties if they ever fronted someone like that.
Half of Congress is run by Democrats, the other half acts as if they were. Of the 16.5 billion that Bank of America customers are forced to fork over, 9.5 billion goes as pay offs to the Feds. And believe it or not there is a 100% organic cure for this malady. Tar, Feathers and Rails are all sustainable, organic, substances.
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The Foreign Policy of the Three Stooges

JMWinPR Wrote: Aug 30, 2014 10:45 AM
School's domestic violence, water issues, are local and at most state issues. The Federal Government has no authority to enter into any of those areas. You correctly point out that border issues and providing for the Common Defense are where we need them. Unfortunately those areas have fallen into the same management crisis as the other Constitutionally mandated service, the Post Office. Guess who is at fault. Not the Pols or the appointed pyschophants, but us. For failure to look at the credentials of those for whom we vote, and allow to vote. Giving someone a voter card who is unable to discern how long it will take to travel 80 miles at 80 MPH is sure sign of cultural suicide.
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The Foreign Policy of the Three Stooges

JMWinPR Wrote: Aug 30, 2014 10:31 AM
I thought Ludicris was a rap mogul.
The only purpose of this to give software and hardware designers a ready market. It will do nothing other than raise the price of vehicles and give maintenance techs another several thousand dollar box to replace.
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Blacks Must Confront Reality

JMWinPR Wrote: Aug 27, 2014 11:19 AM
The phrase du jour was "now the n16634s will vote democrat for the next 200 years". My inspiration stems from the likes of Drs Williams, Rice, Sowell, Carson, Clarence Thomas, Allan West and many others. Whenever I think of the abuse these Giants receive from members of their own race, it demonstrates to me the face of real strength, courage and perseverance. Better than any fictional Dirk Pitt, Jack Ryan, etc. (Not Spidey, he's real)
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Facts vs. Visions

JMWinPR Wrote: Aug 26, 2014 8:39 AM
I would posit that Sean Combs and Plaxico Whatever, should have armed guards. Neither should ever be allowed near firearms.
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Facts vs. Visions

JMWinPR Wrote: Aug 26, 2014 8:33 AM
"a bubble of Articles of Faith ably expressed by the moronic Holder" methinks babble is more appropriate.
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