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Chris Christie and the Perils of Power

danq Wrote: Jan 12, 2014 2:44 PM
Particularly disturbing about Christie was his comments at the 2012 convention about how "government should not get between a woman and her doctor", followed by applause. I will never forget that horrible moment, ever.
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Chris Christie and the Perils of Power

danq Wrote: Jan 12, 2014 2:43 PM
Chris Christie is a fake Republican, just like Romney and post-2008 McCain. Anyone who votes for him in a primary is a fool, recall the original definition of mental illness, doing the same thing more than once and expecting a different result.
"Generation Opportunity" Good one. I ran into this Rolling Stone article today, "Five Economic Reforms For Millenials": http://www.rollingstone.com/politics/news/five-economic-reforms-millennials-should-be-fighting-for-20140103 If you don't want to read it: 1. Guaranteed work for everybody 2. Social Security For All (apparently this means: "Enter the jaw-droppingly simple idea of a universal basic income, in which the government would just add a sum sufficient for subsistence to everyone's bank account every month") 3. Take Back The Land (the rent is too damn high) 4. Make Everything Owned By Everybody (huh?) 5. A Public Bank In Every State (all banks run by state governments) No joke. Communism is coming back!
FUBARack - never heard that word, that's a good one! Have to use it.
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Santorum Ties Obamacare to Mandela Death

danq Wrote: Dec 07, 2013 9:43 PM
Sen. Santorum, we in PA were really unhappy when you dropped out a week before our primary, PA has a late primary and lots of delegates which would have finally made a difference that year, instead we all got screwed with Mittdate Romneycare. Rick Santorum could have and can be the next Ronald Reagan, with Ron Paul getting old, Rick needs to run again in 2016 regardless of atheist smear campaigns taking stuff out of context to make immature gay jokes.
Wikipedia gives 2007 aas the year, they tend be wrong on stuff like that, but it was the theme of the 2008 commemoratives.
The bald eagle was taken off the endangered species list in 2008, it was the theme for the Mint's annual commemorative coin sets.
"Reduce income inequality?" Finally Communism comes to America - the same exact wage for fast-food worker and stock broker.
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Contraception Exceptions

danq Wrote: Dec 04, 2013 6:57 PM
"a for-profit, secular corporation cannot engage in the exercise of religion." So newspapers cannot promote religious views? Atheists had religion banned from the public sector, and now they're going after the private sector! http://libertycolumns.com/2012/07/28/chick-fil-a-intolerance-and-the-liberal-war-on-personality/
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The Problem With Libertarians

danq Wrote: Nov 08, 2013 2:03 AM
You have it backwards. Libertarianism had nothing to do with the US Constitution. In fact, the Constitution is anti-libertarian (excise taxes, preventing states from signing treaties or coining money, conditions for suspension of habeas corpus, etc.). Libertarianism simply meant that government (or, under the anarchist variant, private security companies) should do nothing but protect individuals from force and fraud. The "Nolan chart" view of social-liberal/fiscal-conservative was developed later as a recruiting tool. In fact, there are culturally conservative libertarians, you can find them on sites like LewRockwell.com (origin of Ron Paul) and antiwar.com (liberals post here too).
The UN Arms Treaty is not aimed the RKBA. It's about EQUALIZING ALL COUNTRIES' MILITARY SPENDING!!! That means FORCING A WEAK AMERICAN MILITARY and ALLOWING EVERY COUNTRY TO HAVE WMDs.
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