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The Heroism of Wendy Davis

red-dot-in-a-blue-state Wrote: Jan 23, 2014 12:15 PM
Well let's see - idiot. Since you don't know anything about me. I WISH I coulda been a gold-digger. Life woulda been a lot easier. Personally, I grew up in Texas but then joined the Army after high school and never looked back. I then became a 19 y/o married dad. My ex left me @ 25 with a boy to raise on my own. No child support, so we lived in roach-infested apartments while I worked 3 jobs and put myself through to an MBA, which I'm still paying for because I had to take out loans even with my GI Bill benefits. No sugar daddy, so no Ivy League for me, but my son will graduate from a high-end college this May with no student loans, so I guess I did okay raising him. I don't live in Texas anymore and I gives a damm about their politics, as most Texans nowadays come across as a bunch of money-grubbing hipster-wannabes in need of a good a$$-kicking. I think Wendy Davis would be perfect for them.
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The Heroism of Wendy Davis

red-dot-in-a-blue-state Wrote: Jan 23, 2014 12:03 PM
Wow - it's startling how you get attacked if you don't join in the feeding frenzy. "Maybe in your world lying is excusable..." Get off your high-horse you stupid jag-off. I'm not excusing anything.
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The Heroism of Wendy Davis

red-dot-in-a-blue-state Wrote: Jan 23, 2014 11:40 AM
I started to join-in on the anti-Wendy bandwagon, but then I saw how her ex has nice things to say about her and her daughters are supporting her candidacy. So I let it go.
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The Heroism of Wendy Davis

red-dot-in-a-blue-state Wrote: Jan 23, 2014 11:26 AM
Anybody here badmouthing Wendy Davis who supported Newt Gingrich needs to get a grip.
It's not unusual for women to get a divorce after finishing college, especially if it's paid-off. It's a sweet deal for them! I saw it all the time in the Army where wives used their soldier husbands' GI Bills to go to school. Is that still an option for dependents? As for me, I was a 19 y/o married dad. Divorced @ 25 with custody of my son, I worked 3 jobs and went to school full time to complete my degree (not the Ivy League - no sugar daddy). I ended it with an MBA. My son will graduate from a rather snobbity liberal northeastern college this May, but he's still a good guy. As for my ex - last I heard she's whoring around here & there. So sad, she had it all. I'm now married to a woman who's more on my level, which makes life great. I'd never run for any public office though. Too many chinks in my armor.
So, what did McDonnell do to upset the elites? Why did they decide to whack him? Seriously, these things don't just happen.
It's not a giant leap from what Cuomo said to what the Bolsheviks did 100 years ago. It can happen here. Rahm Emmanuel & Bill de Blasio will happily organize the firing squads.
It's not a giant leap from what Coumo said to what the Bolsheviks were doing 100 years ago. It can happen here, and de Blasio will happily organize the firing squad.
The song "Mexican Americans" is from "Cheech & Chong's Next Movie", not "Up in Smoke". Jus' sayin'...
She'll treat Texans just like she treated her sugar daddy - use them for her own personal ambition and then leave them in the dust.
I was a 19 y/o married dad. Divorced @ 25 with custody, I got no child support but still raised my son while working 3 jobs and putting myself through college (not the Ivy League - I didn't have a sugar daddy).
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