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Now Jay Leno has really made an already-bad situation even worse. Being fearful is one thing; lying about it kills any future credibility.
There are really only three reasons that anyone can continue defending these clowns: 1. they're in on the scam (perfectly understandable there), e believers (also understandable but not very comforting), or 3. they actually are stupid. This leaves only one question to those people: which group are you in?
There are really only three reasons that anyone can continue defending these clowns: 1. they're in on the scam (perfectly understandable there), e believers (also understandable but not very comforting), or 3. they actually are stupid. This leaves only one question to those people: which group are you in?
I think there is a pattern here: whatever Obama says the most seems to matter the least.
I have a few axioms I like to give to people (and then challenge them to prove my statements wrong): 1. whenever the government gives a name to something (i.e.-the "Affordable Care" act), the result will be in direct opposition to its named intent. 2. in grammar, an adjective is a word that says something (qualifies) a noun; now note how anytime the word "public" is used as an adjective, the noun it is attached to will invariably (and usually pretty quickly) degrade in quality 3. political math: X=3X, where "X" is the amount of money that is promised to be spent on any given government program and "3X" is the eventual actual cost. It's fun watching the Cocker Spaniel look of puzzlement that comes over their faces when trying to come up with a refutation to any of these. . .help yourself to them if you'd like
I can agree with him that many voters are stupid, and Obama's re-election sort of proves it. He has simply verified it by proclaiming that it is the "stupid voter" they are going for. So what this means, essentially, is that those who opposed Obama were not stupid voters--just outnumbered.
"The fact is". . .I don't trust a friggin' word coming out of this guy's mouth.
I seem to be seeing trend here--that people are now majoring in law not to uphold or revere the Constitution but rather to locate ways to circumvent and trash it. Pity.
Of course, there is nothing more eeeeevil than disagreeing with a statist (or whatever they're calling themselves these days), so who cares? Just consider the source.
What makes this example so interesting is the forgotten detail--that before Lee Atwater used the Willie Horton record, it was first floated in the Democrat primaries by one of Dukakis's opponents, namely Al Gore.
Okay, but hey--what's with knocking the Waffle House, especially at closing time? I always loved their scrambled eggs with cheddar!
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