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Good grief, there are a lot of tight @$$e$ here today! I don’t think any weight should be given to this statement. It was nothing more than a flippant way for the Senator to say we shouldn’t tolerate people who commit armed robbery – or bomb sporting events. LIGHTEN UP!!!!!
What, Congress – investigate? A gang of swindlers who have the full endorsement of the environazis? Don’t make me laugh. And, speaking of things that inspire a good chuckle, how about the model name of the Fisker fiasco. Guess what you’ve heard is true – Karma really IS a b!tc#.
Who is this impostor, and where is he holding Hugh Hewitt hostage? Of course, Americans want real tax code reform, i.e., simplification, and removal of special interest carve-outs. Equally obvious is that reform plans are going nowhere, because of Democraps controlling the Senate. So why not get them on record as opposing reform, and then beat them over the heads with it in the ’14 elections? To take the position that Republicans should just quit doing the right thing, because it’s never gonna pass the Senate, is, uh, well – dumb.
Speaking of non-issues, there’s your tired old argument. If vouchers are available to religious (I assume that’s what you meant to type) schools without bias toward any in particular, then how can government be favoring one faith over another? The current system, in fact, represents the establishment of religion, since the official religion that is taught in America’s public schools is secular humanism. And I am deeply offended by my tax dollars being spent on a dogma that I oppose.
It’s hard to take seriously a condemnation of private education from someone who calls herself Notre Dame Mom. But then, NDmom is not here to be taken seriously. She just drops in to give us a good laugh. Well done, my dear!
I came of age when the Reaganites temporarily wrested control of the GOP from the “moderates”. Thirty years ago, being a Republican meant having a goal of reining in out-of-control government. Not so now. Maybe that does make me the RINO.
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Postmodern Prudes

Right Makes Might Wrote: Apr 18, 2013 9:13 AM
Do you have a genuine rebuttal to Hanson, or did you just drop by for some empty name-calling?
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Postmodern Prudes

Right Makes Might Wrote: Apr 18, 2013 8:25 AM
Once again – the left is the only home of narrow-minded intolerance. While they are out to criminalize pleasures of which they do not approve, they are at the same time attempting to criminalize criticism of their own degenerate pursuits.
When was the last time Barone had a new pair of glasses? The two major parties can be identified as center-left (Republican) and far-far-far left (Democrap). There is no major party representing limited government. The Republican Party never wanted us, and has now effectively excised us from the party structure. The partisan struggles we see now are only a battle for who gets to control the way the gigantic pot of stolen money is spent.
Just filled out Dan’s fictional Form 1. It took about 20 seconds; I did most of the math in my head. And even though I would be paying about $1000 MORE than under the current byzantine system, it might be worth it, just to eliminate the aggravation of the way we do things now. I didn’t even factor in the amount of ink I wasted printing off all those forms, to satisfy the requirements of this baroque (or was it broke) method of tax assessment.
Maybe Marty McFly and Doc Brown ought to be invited to the next conference, to report what they’ve seen.
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