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Even after the Nov 4 elections, I am still very pessimistic about this country. Remember, only the people paying attention (1/3) to what's going on cared enough to vote this time. At the next presidential election, all the idiots (the other 2/3) will be out in force because they will be scared into thinking without voting Democrat, they could lose their birth control, or right to vote, yadda, yadda, yadda. I really fear for the future of this country.
Like how the mean Republicans want to institute voter ID laws to keep African Americans and poor people from voting. It's almost unbelievable to me how little the MSM cares about Gruber.
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Wow! Just Wow!

pkarandi Wrote: Nov 06, 2014 3:07 PM
Sorry to totally go off topic, but is your screen name supposed to read "Hun Raider" in reference to a school in NJ?
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An Open Letter to the Political Right

pkarandi Wrote: Aug 03, 2014 9:29 PM
How about taxes? I am a fan of the FairTax, but would happily settle for a flat tax. Oh, and I wholeheartedly agree that the right should stay out of social issues like gay marriage. I couldn't give a rat's a$$ who someone marries.
OK - that was f!@$&%g HILARIOUS.
OK - I am a fan of Townhall and Pavlich, but jeez... can we go more than 3-4 headlines before another one pops up that is merely in place to sell this book? Flame me if you must, but that's how I see it.
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15 Ways Liberals Are Like Bratty Kids

pkarandi Wrote: Jul 08, 2014 9:20 PM
Excellent, excellent write-up Dr_Zinj. I feel compelled to forward this to some of my friends. Will give you credit of course.
Excellent point!
You exactly articulated what I was thinking. Thank you. It's amazing how liberals have changed the narrative FROM "if you want xyz, you pay for it yourself" TO "if you don't pay my bill for xyz, you are denying me access to it" With idiots like this influencing all the low-infos out there, I can't help but fear for the future of my country.
Nice strawman dummy. Did anyone state any opposition to the feminists of previous generations? No. The problem is with today's radical feminists, who not only fight for women's rights, but relentlessly pursue the liberal agenda. We can certainly praise those feminists of previous generations who helped to overcome a significant inequality between the sexes. That gap has seriously narrowed. Not that you would hear this from today's liberal feminists.
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