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Poor Harry. He can't make a coherent case for any Democratic position so he resorts to character assassination instead. The problem he faces is that everyone knows he's a pathological liar, and frankly, not very bright. Does anyone really care what he says?
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We Are The Problem

MrPaul Wrote: Apr 03, 2014 1:51 PM
You are spot on Derek, but in order for a boycott to work it has to be a movement, not just a one time suggestion. Follow through on this please. Set up a web site. List those on the hit list. Track each boycott's success in terms of program ratings. With even a modest amount of success conservatives will join by the thousands, maybe the millions. This is our real power. We need to use it.
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How Foreign Is Our Policy?: Part II

MrPaul Wrote: Apr 02, 2014 8:07 AM
I demand your immediate apology. I spit coffee all over my keyboard when I read your crack about bench pressing a Ford 150.
Does George Washington have any living relatives? If so, maybe we could dust one of them off and put him or her on the ticket.
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Minimum Wage: All Jacked Up

MrPaul Wrote: Apr 01, 2014 4:56 PM
Sorry Mich ... You missed my point! My logic for raising the minimum wage is to shut the discussion down so it does not cost any Republican an election victory. Do what is necessary to that end, no more. Every seat can be critical. You may remember that had the Republican from Minnesota beat that goof ball Al Franken the Dems would not have had enough votes to pass Obamacare.
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Minimum Wage: All Jacked Up

MrPaul Wrote: Apr 01, 2014 1:52 PM
It’s funny you mention McDonalds in your column. I have used them as an example to make a counter argument about the minimum wage. I am a conservative, but I think many other conservatives have looked at the subject too narrowly. Raising the minimum wage is not really as bad as conservatives argue, and opposing it just might cost an election here and there. McDonalds began in 1955 at a single location when the minimum wage was $0.75 per hour. Today the minimum wage is $7.25 per hour and there are thousands of McDonalds. I am not suggesting that increases in the minimum wage were a factor in McDonalds’ success, but one cannot argue that they killed jobs at McDonalds either. Often overlooked is the fact that companies that pay minimum wage usually compete against other companies that also pay minimum wage, so from a competitive perspective, it’s a wash. Certainly McDonalds had to raise prices as wages went up, but so did their competitors. Personally, I would rather pay a nickel or a dime more for a hamburger than have Democrats sitting in Congress and the White House.
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How Foreign is Our Policy?

MrPaul Wrote: Apr 01, 2014 10:14 AM
One day Obama and all of the other present day NeoComs (Neo Communists) will be gone. But parasites like those who voted them into office will still be there, probably in greater numbers, and will simply replace them with more of the same. Something has to change. Otherwise Detroit’s fate will be the fate of the entire nation. Voting should be restricted to productive members of society. In order to vote it should be a requirement that a person be signatory to a Federal tax return and actually have paid Federal income tax for three of the past five years. The only exception should be those who have retired based on age whose only income is SS and who are therefore not required to file a return.
At least Harry doesn't try to act like something he is not. But someone should tell him that once is all it takes to prove you're an idiot. Then again perhaps an idiot wouldn't understand that no matter how many times he's been told.
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Intellectual Dishonesty

MrPaul Wrote: Mar 28, 2014 5:45 AM
Can't we find a compromise to settle this controversy? Let's say that taxpayers pony up the money to pay for women's birth control, but any woman who accepts it must provide sex to the men who helped pay for it.
Didn't O'blame-everyone-else recently say that the age of austerity is over? Somehow we don't all seem to be on the same page.
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Screw You, Mickey Kaus

MrPaul Wrote: Mar 27, 2014 8:22 AM
Any name in the phone book would have been a better choice than O-blame-a
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