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Let Us Now Praise Democratic Hypocrisy

Mike T2 Wrote: Aug 01, 2014 10:25 AM
And we know that lumpacious is a word because it's in the Oxnard English Dictionary. I hope that you got some Oxnard strawberries while you were there. GREAT pop culture reference Jeff!
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The Armpit of Academia

Mike T2 Wrote: Jul 21, 2014 12:28 PM
The University I attended had a pretty large art school and in the mid- to late-90s a good portion of the female art students didn't shave. This wasn't considered a protest as far as I even knew (which wasn't much being an engineer) but it was just what you did as a pot-smokin, hair dying, body piercing artie. By the time we graduated we didn't even notice.
Agreed with Reaganite. They know EXACTLY what they are doing. It is all being done on purpose...and for some reason, the American public doesn't seem to care.
If the RNC, as an organization, had any brains, these pictures would be in EVERY ad from now until November with a simple statement over them: "This is the result of Democrat policies."
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Obama’s Legacy is Death

Mike T2 Wrote: Jun 02, 2014 9:08 AM
I believe that the end of this article should be the foundation of the RNC's campaign this fall. Ask the question of every Dem..."are you doing this on purpose or are you THAT utterly incompetent?" This should put them in a very difficult spot...they either admit that they are treasonous louts, working hard to destroy our lives and country...or they are such incompetents they shouldn't be trusted with a pen let alone governance over us. It's so simple and easy...if this doesn't happen, it is time for a new party.
Question: if the IRS audits me, can I show up without any paperwork save one piece which is a prepared statement insisting that I have done nothing wrong and then when asked to show my returns continually invoke my 5th amendment rights? And after a period of time of this, can I then say "at this point what difference does it make?" Yeah, I thought not.
RJeremy, While I agree that Guy has a tendency to over-focus on polls, you cannot state predictions and then claim that they are "facts." That is simply not possible. Perhaps you should type www.dictionary.com into your browser and search "fact" for it's definition.
Scrap, I grew up in the Buffalo area, went to college in the Southern Tier, and my kids were born in the Finger Lakes region. I moved out of NY a few years ago now but my family are all still there. What I can say is that the old stereotypes are true. NYC and Long Island detemine everything in NY. A decent Republican candidate could win everything north of Westchester County but it just doesn't end up being enough to make up for the City and LI. Just my take...but unless they are carved out of NY, what you see now is what you're going to get.
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Fed Offices in DC Closed 25% of the Time

Mike T2 Wrote: Feb 19, 2014 3:18 PM
Heather, Is it really such a bad thing that they have worked so little? I would have to say that quite honestly the fewer days these people show up to work, the better off I am. But perhaps we should adjust their compensation packages to better reflect the hours worked...they can keep their hourly wage, just reduce their salaries to reflect actual hours worked. How's that?
Alive, I would agree that with some less violent offenders, this is probably a good suggestion. Though I would think some will simply cry "chain gang!" and say it's unacceptable. Unfortunately there are some who are so bad, the only thing that should happen is tht they should be given a hammer and a pile of large rocks. At that point they should be told "make that pile of large rocks into a pile of small rocks."
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