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Well, yeah, he deserves to be impeached, and then executed for treason. But so long as the criminal Democrats control the Senate, or really so long as they hold at least 34 seats in the Senate, there's zero chance of removing him from office, so it's a waste of time even talking about it.
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The Date Rape of America

Stephen288 Wrote: Jul 12, 2013 1:30 PM
Fine article, but it's HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act), not HIPPA.
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Airplane!

Stephen288 Wrote: Jul 08, 2013 2:01 PM
That's just one more factoid the press screwed up. He is an experienced 747 captain, who just recently checked out in the 777, and, after what in this country would be several months studying the airplane and its systems and flying a simulator that is so sophisticated you have to kick yourself to remind yourself it's not the real thing. It would appear that he made a horrible and incomprehensible error, getting much to slow on final approach, but he's no "student driver."
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Republicans Clueless About Minorities

Stephen288 Wrote: Mar 12, 2013 10:44 AM
The RNC did a pretty good job of featuring nonwhite, nonmale speakers at last year's convention (Luis Fortuño, Susana Martinez, Mia Love, Condi Rice, Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, Niki Haley, Artur Davis, others), and there are certainly minority faces on Fox (Arthell Neville and Harris Faulkner are two strikingly attractive black women Fox anchors, for starters). Sadly, as Yvonne points out, what the Demagogocrats do that Republicans don't is promise unlimited free stuff forever to a population half of which is too dumb or uninformed to realize that "free" really isn't.
Nice thought, but with the possible exception of Morgan Freeman, there's no one on that list that I, or probably most people reading this article, would ever pay to see anyway. A conservative boycott won't make enough difference in their income for them even to notice, let alone change their asinine behavior.
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Is Obama Down For the Count?

Stephen288 Wrote: Mar 11, 2013 2:43 PM
This comment is so incoherent, it's impossible even to figure out what you're talking about, let alone respond.
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Is Obama Down For the Count?

Stephen288 Wrote: Mar 11, 2013 2:42 PM
Even if you were right about Bush -- and you're dead wrong -- he's been gone for over five years, and that has nothing to do with a discussion of why Obama is the worst catastrophe in history. Don't you have anything relevant to say?
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Is Obama Down For the Count?

Stephen288 Wrote: Mar 11, 2013 1:25 PM
The best we can hope for is to hang on to the House in 2014 and keep grimly opposing him, and hope against unreasonable hope that there's something left of this once-great nation to begin to rebuild in January, 2017. And if that same idiotic electorate that voted for him in November gives the keys back to Nancy Pelosi next year, then the USA is gone, forever, whatever we few remaining decent patriots might want. When all is said and done, Obama, by ending what the USA always was, may destroy more lives, and do more lasting damage to the world than all the villains of the 20th century combined.
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Is Obama Down For the Count?

Stephen288 Wrote: Mar 11, 2013 1:25 PM
"Obama has always benefited from the respect and deference of his supplicants in the media and popular culture to maintain the illusion of competence. But it’s all an illusion. He’s President Oakland – there is no there there. . .He’s failed on the economy, he’s failed on the deficit, and he’s failed in foreign policy. . ." Of course that's true. Any thinking American can see that it's true -- all 48% of us. But the other 51%, the idiot lemmings who voted for him AGAIN in November, are still drinking the Kool-Aid. Even if a few mainstream pundits -- Brokaw, Woodward -- can't stand it any more, the great mass of them are still worshipping and groveling at Obama's feet. Obama's not through damaging our economy, our military, or our culture.
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The Atheist Response to Sandy Hook

Stephen288 Wrote: Jan 15, 2013 1:05 PM
That is quite simply nonsense, and offensive nonsense. Many atheists are deeply moral, compassionate people, whose morality comes from an internalized set of values. Many Christians with the same internalized values attribute them to their faith. ReligiousJews, Hindus and Buddhists may be every bit as moral, caring, and compassionate as any Christian. And, of course, there are any number of self-professed Christians who are hideous, murderous people. Christianity is indeed one great source of compassion and morality, but hardly the exclusive source.
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