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Hillary’s Jugger-Not?

Mahdrof Wrote: Jun 20, 2014 11:12 AM
Cerebral trauma will eventually render this discussion moot.
When Oklahoma (translated as Land of Red Man) changes its name, I'll stop calling the DC football team REDSKINS, REDSKINS, REDSKINS, REDSKINS (I hope I just gave some libocrite the vapors)
Add in the leftist bozo lawyer Florio from PatheticFootballTalk and we have a perfect display of why so very, very few folks watch MSNBC . Even their parent NBC is but a shell of its former self. When will they run a segment about lefties in DC getting the vapors last year every time the announcer said "Redskins ball on the 38"? Were ambulances called in to transport offended fans from the stadium? We are such a frivolous nation.
Women learning self-defense will reduce their dependence on the State. This is not permissible.
Affirmative action strikes again.
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Horton Hears the Who

Mahdrof Wrote: Jun 02, 2014 7:18 AM
It has become really hard to find a 20-something worth hiring. Their knowledge and competency are about where a 6th grader was a hundred years ago in this country. Unless, of course, you need someone really,really good at playing video games and texting. We are a frivolous nation, and our kids are less serious than we were. God help us all.
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What was D-Day?

Mahdrof Wrote: May 29, 2014 8:03 AM
Had the Wehrmacht not been occupied by the USSR, there is zero chance D-Day would have succeeded. We wouldn't have even tried. We would have ended up negotiating peace and allowing Germany to control all Western Europe.
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What was D-Day?

Mahdrof Wrote: May 29, 2014 8:00 AM
FDR would today be called a far right one-percenter by the mainstream media.
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What was D-Day?

Mahdrof Wrote: May 29, 2014 7:59 AM
There is no doubt that had Hitler not invaded Russia, Stalin would have eventually invaded Western Europe. Numerous Kremlin docs indicate this.
Libocrisy rules.
"Tea Party" was just to satisfy the American need to label and categorize everything. As Silver points out, it ain't that easy to categorize and pigeon-hole the type of general dissatisfaction and outrage that demanded action in '09. There is little doubt that the GOP has indeed processed and subsumed this dynamic. Leaves the left tilting at windmills again, scaring their children with stories of Tea Party boogeymen that don't exist.
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