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DNC Tuesday: "The Democrats' Rubio" and the First Lady

Marilyn248 Wrote: Sep 05, 2012 8:36 AM
If "he" feels our pain, why is he perpetuating it?
8411c Wrote: Sep 05, 2012 8:39 AM
That's not only a good question, it's a GREAT question.

And a question the Mulatto Marxist needs to answer. If only there were a few good journalists around to ask.
sheepdogII Wrote: Sep 05, 2012 8:46 AM
There aren't any good journalists. Their all trying to unzip his pants.
8411c Wrote: Sep 05, 2012 8:50 AM
I think the Mulatto Marxist keeps his pants unzipped and the news readers stand in line to get their share of the "milk of his consolation."


Ewww--I just grossed myself out.

CHARLOTTE, NC - Day one of the Democratic National Convention was a tale of two events.  Throughout the early evening session -- prior to the major primetime hour -- the proceedings featured angry attacks on Mitt Romney and Republicans, an unshakeable fixation on trivial, minor issues (other than jobs and the economy), and a disquieting, heavy emphasis on abortion and divisive social issues.  Especially unpleasant were the patriotism-questioning shout-fest from former Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland ("If Mitt Romney were Santa, he'd fire the Reindeer and outsource the elves!") and the pro-abortion screed from the president of NARAL, a hardcore pro-abortion...