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Harry Reid's Gaffes Just Keep on Coming

MrPaul Wrote: 15 hours ago (1:33 PM)
Harry is just lucky no one has asked him to spell potato.
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Harry Reid's Gaffes Just Keep on Coming

MrPaul Wrote: 20 hours ago (9:00 AM)
Harry Reid is a perfect example of the need for Term Limits. Here is a powerful politician who is out of the reach of more than 99% of U.S. voters. Term Limits would not put him on everyone's ballot, but it would limit his time in office.
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Hands Up! Don’t Abort!

MrPaul Wrote: Aug 25, 2014 8:56 AM
Actually, if white cops shooting black kids was an every day event, it might not make the news. HOLD ON - I AM NOT SUGGESTING THAT COPS SHOULD SHOOT BLACK KIDS. My point is that what is called NEWS is an event that is an exception to the norm. The first thing that should go through anyone's head when they listen to the news is that whatever they hear is probably something that does not happen very often.
I don't think what I said was that difficult to understand. Try reading it again.
Kurt, you seem to be arguing both sides of the issues. You say “Today, there are no consequences for those whose law-breaking aids the establishment.” Yet you also decry the District Attorney who indicted Rick Perry for doing his job. I am not suggesting there are any merits to the Rick Perry indictment, but perhaps indicting anyone in government who breaks a law they are responsible to obey and uphold is exactly what is needed. I know there are cases where this happens, but there are other cases where no law even exists to punish them
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America: The Ostrich Years

MrPaul Wrote: Aug 24, 2014 7:36 AM
Congress should offer Obama a buyout. Companies do this to get rid of old dead wood. It could be done in politics as well. If it works Obama leaves willingly, no impeachment, no trial in the Senate, no shrill screams from the left. He just goes away. OK, so then we get Biden. That always seemed to ridiculous to even consider, but I am not so sure any more. Biden doesn't look any better than he always has. It's just that Obama looks worse. And if we do end up with a President Joe, he could be offered a buyout as well.
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Democracy and Ferguson

MrPaul Wrote: Aug 23, 2014 3:41 PM
Five bucks says that Steve Chapman is just a pseudonym used by a group from the Chicago machine to post left wing talking points. They probably get their jollies every time a TH reader posts an indignant response to their idiocy. Better that we not dwell in their trap.
The definition of Obama leading from behind is he has his head up his _____ (expletive omitted). He is worse than incompetent, he is dangerous. Our enemies know they have little to fear from the U.S. while this goof ball is in the White House so they are taking advantage of every moment he is there. They are stealing military equipment we left behind, they are gaining ground in the middle east, and they are crossing our boarder. And all Obama seems concerned with is fund raising and his golf game. But that makes sense. Anything else is above his pay grade.
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What About 'Black-on-Black Crime'?

MrPaul Wrote: Aug 21, 2014 8:07 AM
According to Chapman "Whites are spared any responsibility in the cause or the cure." Read you own column Stevie. Do you remember saying "In 1995, the FBI reports, 9,074 blacks were arrested for homicide. In 2012, the number was 4,203 -- a decline of 54 percent." Do you suppose whites played any part in that? Or does all of the credit go to Al Sharpton?
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