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She was never a preezy candidate. Her ambitions have already been realized, and if that embarrassment failed to cost her the job, then she'll be there for life. Libocrites welcome lawlessness so long as it's for a good cause.
Austin may support the ticket. The other 90% of Texas - nah. Would be fun to watch those 2 head cases crash and burn though.
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Meet the New Host of "Meet The Press"

Mahdrof Wrote: Aug 17, 2014 6:15 AM
Maximum 2 years before they concede F. Chuck Todd has even less gravitas than Gregory, as hard as that is to fathom. MTP will be cancelled forevermore. Must-miss TV.
Perry should be airing the drunken Dem's arrest and booking videos on every TV station in Texas. I'm the DA, you can't arrest me. Typical libocrite.
Trade you. You agree to strip the criminal Obama of all powers and put him in prison, and I'll give you Perry. Deal?
When will we wake up to the fact that the UN is the enemy?
Why would there be more dopeheads coming to work stoned than alcoholics coming to work drunk or hungover?
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Who Owns the Future?

Mahdrof Wrote: Aug 08, 2014 10:40 AM
Lost me at "smartest leader in the world". Assuming Obama IS actually above-average intelligence, how would you know the intelligence levels of every world leader? Nothing you type afterwards can hold any weight after that sycophancy.
The hypocrisy is what infuriates me. Richie Incognito, a better guard than half the starters in the NFL, still doesn't have a job after his suspension for "bullying" a 310-lb man. Ray Rice is welcomed back in Baltimore and will be on the field in September after cold-cocking a 130-lb woman.
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Has John McCain Lost His Mind?

Mahdrof Wrote: Aug 07, 2014 8:11 AM
He wasn't just a war hero. He was, for many years, a POW. Much of his mind was either sapped or altered during those years. Thus, he has always been a VERY dangerous politician.
Macadamia nuts maybe?
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