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by a huge margin, not but
Good work doctor, but incredibly stupid politics. How many conservatives have to get shot down before you realize your election depends on winning the votes of the unmarried females who went for Yomama the abortion enabler, but a huge margin. Read my lips "abortion should rare, safe and legal". Practice in front of a mirror until these words from the master politician Slick Willy are automatic anytime anyone anywhere mentions the word. Under analysis, the phrase is meaningless, and is susceptible to virtually any interpretation the listener wants to hear. Trumpet areas in which we all agree, less waste and fraud, more efficient government, repeal of ACA. Note the Dems realize gun control is a similar no no in national elections. Remember those silly pictures of Dukakis, Kerry, and Yomama trying to look like hunters and gun owners? And the unabashed lies they tell for general consumption? Never lie, but the whole truth is not for every one.
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Why Bundy Ranch Is Just the Beginning

Pistol Wrote: 9 hours ago (5:42 PM)
Steve, I well remember photos of the goons who occupied Cornell back in the demonstrations in the 60's. these people were trespassers, infringing the rights of others. As practitioners of civil disbediance, they were in a much shakier legal position than Bundy, but their agenda prevailed. Not because their actions were legally justifiable, but because their cause was just. I hope the Bundy case has a similar result.,
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For Academic Elites Evidence is Irrelevant

Pistol Wrote: 10 hours ago (4:44 PM)
Ho HUm, another case of whose ox got gored. Judges have been creating law to support PC left wing fantasies at every hand. Ajudge comes up with a ruling this jerk doesn't like, and he quickly says its none of the judge's business.. What's sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander, skippy, and I am delighted to see more and more conservative issues going to the courts. The go ahead from SCOTUS to ban AA discrimination is a great case in point. Expense being is, voters should insist their states lead the way.
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A Way Out for College Kids

Pistol Wrote: 10 hours ago (4:30 PM)
Thank you older voter. 6 out of 7 is enough to keep me happy, but I do like to be corrected when I screw up.
You're the local poster boy on doing that, Steve. There are some folks here with other standards, though.
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A Way Out for College Kids

Pistol Wrote: 16 hours ago (10:27 AM)
What do you suppose is the employment rate for graduates of schools like MIT, Stanford, Brigham Young, Tx A& M, Hillside, VPI, VMI and others of conservative background?
The ACA disaster is still in the future. Only the simplest, most superficial aspect is in use. This is the user interface. When a S/W UI is bad, invariably the calculation parts are worse. And worst of all, the concepts upon which the calculations are based are faulty. The further ACA goes, the greater the dysfunction will be. Yomama and cohorts finally hired some S/W people who knew what they were doing and got the word. Now they are in damage control mode, postponing implementations they know won't work, while throwing good money after bad, trying to fix the unfixable.
At least they voted for the back half of the horse.
Thank you, neo, for my first guffaw of the day. In addition, you now hold the distinction of being the first left winger to do so. Good job, Sir, Madam, or other as the case may be.
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