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Holder will do nothing unless there is monumental pressure, and there will be none because most Americans don't even know who he is, let alone know who Lois Lerner is. All we can hope for is that the GOP wins the Senate in November. Holder and Lerner then then be hauled before even more committees - along with the IRS commissioner - and told to start talking or "We'll see you here again tomorrow."
"lightening annexation" or "lightning annexation?"
What does that even mean, "based on census data?" Did the feds simply add up and average the salaries people wrote down on their census forms? How can that be trusted? (Heck, I lie on those forms just because they are an invasion of my privacy.) Or are the stats based on nothing more than a survey?
"Crossover appeal?" Hahahahahahahahaha! It is called "Wall Street appeal," and it applies to Jeb Bush and Hillary Clinton
Fine, Jeb, YOU pay for their groceries, not me.
If "corporate morality" can be used by Mozilla to justify firing Brendan Eich, why cannot Hobby Lobby use it to refuse to pay for abortion-inducing drugs?
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The Obama Timeline author Wrote: Apr 07, 2014 5:31 PM
Well, Chrome is Google, and Google is Eric Schmidt, and Schmidt is an Obama sycophant.
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The Obama Timeline author Wrote: Apr 07, 2014 5:30 PM
Based on your (correct) argument, Hobby Lobby should not be forced to provide abortifacients to its employees. Corporations are either allowed to make business decisions based on morality or they are not.
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The Obama Timeline author Wrote: Apr 07, 2014 5:28 PM
A question for the leftists: If Mozilla can justify its firing of Eich on the basis of its "corporate morality," why can Hobby Lobby not use its moral beliefs to justify its refusal to pay for abortion-inducing drugs for its employees? You cannot have it both ways. People in charge of running corporations can be guided by their morality or they cannot. You cannot pick and choose.
Socialist? He's a communist!
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