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Four words and three words -- "gang of good lawyers" and "class action suit" for invasion of privacy and mental distress for fear of danger to persons and/or property.
Most liberals I know don't need any help in that regard.
Debbie is a dunderhead. Good for Andy Coops, for whatever reason, for not letting her off her own hook. She had no answer for the RNC platform being the same on the abortion issue for the last several years, instead of Romney all of a sudden dictating a change, which is what she claimed, and in saying that her own gross misquoting of the LA Times didn't matter, confirming once again that liberals don't let facts get in their way of trying to make a talking point.. At the end, she was left with the lame claim that the "intent" of her campaign email was valid (even if the "facts" claimed in it were not) and that "Romney is radical."
This "revelation" doesn't surprise me one bit. See my "Why Liberals L-o-v-e Jello" at: http://myconservativeperspective.wordpress.com
I am part Cherokee, too, according to my dad and granddad, and am also fiercely proud of that, but I don't look Native American, am not an official member of the Cherokee Nation, and have gone through school in achieving three degrees and through life in general by listing myself as white or Caucasian, not by filling anybody's affirmative action slot. Ms. Warren should do the same. And so far as Haaaah-vahd goes, the more my attention is directed to some of its graduates -- Warren, Obama, Kagan -- the more I doubt it still warrants its previously prestigious position. Maybe Yale IS better.
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Republicans Have Bad Brains?

RMEKRNL Wrote: May 06, 2012 4:37 PM
At least that's one way in which liberal are flexible -- if you catch them in one lie, they'll just rename it in hopes of still getting it past you the second time around.
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Republicans Have Bad Brains?

RMEKRNL Wrote: May 06, 2012 4:35 PM
Exactamundo!
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Republicans Have Bad Brains?

RMEKRNL Wrote: May 06, 2012 4:34 PM
Me too. Not a Mensa member but always scored high on IQ tests AND was valued in the workplace for having high tolerance to ambiguous situations, hypotheses, etc., yet still devising plans to overcome obstacles. Gee, that sounds like mental flexibility to me.
100,000? That's it? Heck, the TEA Party could muster that, without training and without having to be paid, with just a few timely emails. And leave the place where they gathered cleaner than when they got there. Plus, what's 100,000 minus the hundreds who will probably be arrested?
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