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I'm already boycotting, to protest the special whopper ubn San Francisco!
If there is a decrease, one winders how bas ut was, as the Chicago papers seem to report shootings and murders on a daily basis. However they do not report whether the guns being used are legally registered. What re the odds that if they were there would be headlines, in thepathetic media?
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Is Ferguson Our Future?

mhorvath Wrote: Aug 19, 2014 4:54 PM
Where were the protesters when a cop in Jersey City was executed?
It is a sign of rot in the Democratic party, with leaders like Reid, in the senate, Pelosi in the House and Obama in the White House, but than in may be an even greater sign of societal eot, because they are in office. When the money spigot runs dry, there will be a country full of the like in Ferguson. Note that it is not when the money spigot is turned off, but when it runs dry, which maybe sooner than imagined, unless we have real change.
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Mend, Don’t End, the VA

mhorvath Wrote: Aug 13, 2014 6:36 PM
Like all government programs, it eventually becomes a means of buying votes. ]There are many veterans whom should be receiving treatments fr service related injuries, but there are many receiving care who have care that us unwarranted. Why are te most severely injuredd begging fr private funds, whue others who spent limited tie in the service and worked primarily outsde of the military, getting privileges, like eyeglasses and routine physicals> Why are there still no criminal charges for thse in the VA, that have behaved fraudulently in their behavior, and still received bonuses> The treatment of veterans who have served and been injures in their service to this country should receive the best care available, in the private sector, and those who served and earned Medical coverage outside the military, and have no military related disabillities should not be covered.
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Are We Going Broke?

mhorvath Wrote: Aug 10, 2014 1:59 PM
" For example, over the course of a year millions of people earn Social Security and Medicare benefits as well as other government entitlement benefits that will have to be paid in future years." This s becoming tiresome, all workers in this country re obligated to pay for social security and Medicare, it is paid for, the workers, since the government spends it instead of investing t, the amount received for the contributions are significantly lower than it would have been if it was invested in a low risk portfolio, Likewise with Medicare, it has been paid for and we are now losing benefits, because the idiots in Washington are taking funds from Medicare, to fund there pet projects, such as Medicaid Obamacare.
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The Brazil of North America

mhorvath Wrote: Jul 18, 2014 4:37 PM
Was not the British model, divide and conquer? Now that the Empire has disolved,the homeland is lost.
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Federal Judge to Supreme Court: 'STFU'

mhorvath Wrote: Jul 07, 2014 4:36 PM
Let us not forget that this is a BUSH nominee, no more RIN)OS purge them from leddership, or start a new party as was done when the GOP was estab;ished. It is time to stop compromising with the enemy.
What about Obama supplying ISIS?
If the Republican nominee behave like Romney and McCain, no matter whom the DEMS nominate are likely to win. The last two nominees were the issues for fear of offending the minorities, who overwhelmingly still voted for the DEMS.unwilling to confront. Personally the RNC offer to contribute for the chance to have lunch with Romney must have raised millions? Certainly not from me to be with another RINO picked by the Dems to be the opposition.
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