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Tea Party: Learn From Al Gore

The_Elite_Elite Wrote: Jul 10, 2014 1:14 AM
"Imagine if there were a vigorous Tea Party back 30 years ago ... And all the McCain's and Bush's and Graham's and Cochran's were long gone?" Indeed. The only way we're going to truly win is by playing the long game. It might be painful for a while at first, but we have to clear the party of leftists, even if it means letting the Democrats win sometimes. What good has the Republican Party been 90% of the time? When we had a Republican majority under Bush, was there any kind of step made back to liberty? Not that I can recall. As Malcolm X said to a group of blacks about remaining loyal to the Democrat Party after they failed to deliver on their promises, your political chumps for remaining loyal. Same thing for the Republican Party. Your a political chump if you continue to play this "any Republican is better than a Democrat" game that has gotten us nowhere.
I don't understand the appeal of watching any of these sports. Both Football and American Football are boring. I start to fall asleep after five minutes of either one. Completely disagree with Ann about the metric system. Such a better system to go with. 100 centimeters in a meter. 1000 meters in a kilometer. Far easier to memorize and remember than 12 inches in a foot, three feet in a yard, and 5,280 feet in a mile.
Um, ah, the fact of the matter is that you need to fund the NSA to find out, um, what is in it.
I suppose that's likely the case. (How many people think you'll actually glow in the dark by working in/around a nuclear reactor because of stupid movies?) Still, sad to think more people find cloning terrible than they do murdering an unborn human.
"Morally," not moral. Stupid lack of an edit button.
I have to ask, why do so many find cloning moral wrong? They want to clone Fido because he had really good genes? Unacceptable! Just go with the random mix of two dogs genes again and hope the new puppies don't come out with bad genes that cause problems in their lives.
I believe this is what Thomas Sowell would refer to as stage one thinking. Free one US solider now, at the cost of five jihadists now and who knows how many future US citizens later. Yeah, great trade Obama. *sigh*
What does Snowden have to do with this story?
Really, this is "progress?" How about, the museum does what it wants, and any little thin-skinned people, like the author of this story, can get offended and not support the museum?
I think this is something that needs to be kept in mind by those who believe that ALL military spending is sacred spending. All areas of government waste money, even the few legit things like military. Cuts can be made everywhere.
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