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When Did Milk Become Bad for You?

Kevin690 Wrote: Aug 13, 2012 9:03 AM
I agree. I'm more than happy to drink raw (a/k/a real) milk. I just have to get past the food gestapo to obtain any, but I've been drinking it all my 45 years. The key is to find a reliable farmer who will sell it to you, and inspect his facilities for cleanliness and the cows' access to fresh pasture.
The best thing that Lindsay Grahamnesty and Jeb Bush could do is recognize the truth when it is staring them in the face. There is no reason to "compromise" principles before the debate even starts! Graham would do the nation best by retiring, so that South Carolina can elect a Senator that's more worthy. At least they have Jim DeMint to represent their state; sadly, Graham's unprincipled positions cancel him out. And Bush may have positions that Floridians support, but they are so unworthy on the national stage. If he represents "principles" to the Republican party, then count me out. Those two represent what's wrong with the Republican party: They throw away the principles that define the party and mouth insane platitudes.
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Scott Walker Can Relax

Kevin690 Wrote: Apr 23, 2012 5:56 PM
I'm just waiting to see if Mickey Mouse shows up to vote in Wisconsin. After all, he signed multiple recall petitions against Gov. Walker. And I wonder who will show up as Adolf Hitler to the Halloween party this year? Maybe David Broken-Axle, who won't even need to wear a costume, since he has those wonderful circa-1935 Germanic dictator looks. Maybe he'll even try to cast his vote in the recall election, whether or not he's even registered to vote in Wisconsin. He can just say he's there from Chicago to visit a friend.
The fact that Barney Frank, a/k/a Slobberin' Barney, opposes THIS piece of legislation is the best evidence that it's a good law. Mr. Frank has been on the wrong side of (almost) every economic issue since he first stumbled into the House of Representatives over 2 decades ago. And he's on the wrong side of this one, also.
One thing that concerns me about this whole episode is the fact that this event happened OVER A MONTH EARLIER than any out-of-area news coverage. Why did this sit under the headlines for so long, only to be sprung upon the nation far after the event occurred? Was it because the national democrat party wanted to play out their War on Women first? Was it because the local police said, "Nothing there; move on" when the event occurred? When did Al Not-So-Sharpton first hear about the death? Too many questions for the bumbling Media Elite to answer.
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The ‘Dodd Rule’ on Nominations

Kevin690 Wrote: Apr 16, 2012 7:44 AM
Sounds more like the Dodo rule to me. Perfectly fitting for the now-retired criminal Senator.
I thought you were talking about the really most evil company in the world: Monsanto.
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Ben's Batting .000

Kevin690 Wrote: Apr 10, 2012 5:14 PM
When he retires (or is fired), I have the perfect title for his memoirs (if anyone really wants to read them). Ben Bernanke: A Record Unblemished With Success
The modus operandi of ALL leftists is to control supply. Every scheme they develop rests upon their ability to control, and thus limit based upon their "principles," who gets that limited supply that is allowed to flow to markets. This is why they always speak with such hatred for "free markets," and always so lovingly of "regulations" in the marketplace.
And if anyone falls for the lines of BS spoken by AlGore, then they are mentally beyond repair.
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