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Amazing how these self-appointed do-gooders go around screwing themselves as they screw the earth. It would be appropriate for all of these Greenpeace idiots to serve six year prison terms in Peru. Then there were the global-er-climate change people who got stuck in the ice that was supposed to be disappearing in Antartica. Gotta love them! Environmentalists do more harm to the environment than all the fossil fuels consumers combined. They should have listened to Forrest Gump when he said, "stupid is. . ."
Excuse me, Jeff, but I am still a free man. I will remain so and go down fighting, if I have to. Things may appear at times to be bleak, but it isn't quite "1984" yet. America isn't over the cliff, not today.
It's the vote on the "rule" that matters. Many Republicans will vote for the "rule" which brings the CR bill to the floor and against the bill itself. The bill can't be taken up until the "rule" is passed. After that, Democrats can be counted on to support the bill and Republicans can boast that they were opposed while secretly supporting it. Tell your representative to vote against the "rule".
The difference in rhetoric between Liberal Democrats and Conservative Republicans is stunning. Democrat: Bush lied, people died. Republican: “One of the sad legacies we’ve seen over the last six years is the fraying of friendships and alliances across the world,” he continued. “Today, the consequences of the Obama/Clinton foreign policy is that our friends no longer trust us and our enemies no longer fear us. That is profoundly dangerous for America and is profoundly dangerous for the world.” The latter is more thoughtful, more succinct. It's far more than a simplistic sound-bite. That's why you'll never hear it on a network news program.
Site administrator: why don't you delete all those "work from home" scam messages?
Site administrator: why don't you delete those work from home spams?
Not just a blowhard, but a lying blowhard. Once the spit hits the fan, it's too late to suck it back in.
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Is Law Optional?

oldenoughtoknowsomething Wrote: Dec 09, 2014 4:04 PM
I was called to Jury Duty recently. While our case was postponed and we were sent home, we were reminded that this is the one country where ordinary citizens are able to weigh evidence and decide on legal issues. While the composition of a Grand Jury may be a bit different, they too are ordinary citizens making impartial judgements based on evidence presented. We have not yet reached a point where jury members are selected because of some philosophical position. The selection process is random from among validated citizens. As a prospective jurist, I had no dogs in the fight. That's true also of Grand jurists. These academics need to shut up and stop acting like they're so superior to the rest of us "bumpkins."
What utter nonsense! These students are being groomed to be attorneys? Oh, lordy!
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