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Well said.
I get the picture. It's OK for John Ransom to oversimplify and engage in colorful exaggeration to make a point, but it is not OK for Ron Paul to do that.
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Reticulator Wrote: Jul 12, 2014 1:35 AM
If it weren't for tea partiers, I could easily wish that no Republican is ever again elected to office.
Long before this, I always wanted to take an antiseptic shower after setting foot in a Burger King.
"Is there anyone writing regularly these days whose next column is as eagerly awaited as Mike Royko's used to be?" James Taranto. (And yes, I used to eagerly await Mike Royko's next columns.)
I like #12 and #15 best.
So governmental corruption is just fine as long as the practitioners are nice to look at?
So how are we going to reduce the size and scope of government?
Technical point: Gowdy did not destroy the IRS Commissioner. Koskinen still has his job, is still collecting his paycheck, is still stonewalling and obstructing justice, and still is able to contribute big bucks to the Democrats. I realize "destroy" is just a figure of speech, but some people are easily misled by such things.
Well, yes, but everybody tells me it means they will have to vote no on a continuing resolution. And Republicans seem to think that is impossible. Karl Rove (cursed be his name) encouraged that sort of thinking.
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