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The Worst Ruling Since Dred Scott

Joey_D Wrote: Jul 05, 2012 10:58 AM
Yeah, too bad. Gloating over what would have been the proper ruling under the Constitution is indeed something worthy of rebuke. And your observation that conservatives would have been happy had the decision they desired been made is an astute one, to be sure. I'm so glad there are enlightened, erudite citizens such as "wbonnie" in our midst who can point out these sorts of things, all while using such eloquent language as "had went." We are not worthy of your genius.
I wouldn't call it pointless. The point of this law is to destroy the private insurance and private healthcare industries and force people onto the government dole. Plain and simple.
This is it, America. November is our last chance. We won't get another.
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Why Pixar is #1

Joey_D Wrote: Jul 02, 2012 10:34 AM
This sums it up better than just about anything else I've ever seen: http://images.hollywood.com/site/difference-pixar-dreamworks.jpg Genius.
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Why Pixar is #1

Joey_D Wrote: Jul 02, 2012 10:25 AM
Finding Nemo was mentioned.
How can someone who hosts $35,000-per-plate fundraising dinners on a regular basis seriously rebuke someone for hosting his own wealthy-donor event? It's like they're not even trying to be honest. Liberals tout this whole "get the money out of politics" shtick, but they dump tons of cash into politics all the time. I guess it's only "evil" when the GOP does it.
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Team Obama's Brother Sharpton Moment

Joey_D Wrote: Jun 27, 2012 9:02 AM
Correction: Brian Terry was killed in December 2010, not 2011.
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A Political Glossary

Joey_D Wrote: Jun 26, 2012 8:56 AM
Preach it, Dr. Sowell! Great article.
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The Coming DNC Disaster

Joey_D Wrote: Jun 22, 2012 9:38 AM
What a difference four years makes. Haha. I'll bet Obama now wishes he'd just stayed in the Senate, where he could have had an indefinite number of terms while only having to vote "Present," and he could have continued writing embellished autobiographies in his spare time.
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It's Nice to be Emperor

Joey_D Wrote: Jun 21, 2012 10:51 AM
Progressives never care about the long-term in any situation. They intentionally seek short-term "fixes" to problems that are always set to expire during election years. That way, they can have some degree of leverage against their political opponents. They are only interested in staying in office, not in the prosperity of America. They also don't consider the long-term when it comes to the unintended consequences of their policies. No doubt, there is almost always a Republican in the White House when the disastrous long-run effects of liberal policies kick in, and that Republican invariably gets the blame while the Democrat responsible for them gets a bridge named after him and a commendatory paragraph in a history book.
Indeed, they have. Even if it was a Bush Administration operation originally (which it was not), why would that justify continuing it? It's the same lame argument they used for the stimulus spending. "Bush started it" is no justification for bad policy. Whether it's a Republican, a Democrat, or a Whig, a bad idea is a bad idea.
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