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Too bad she can't get votes from out-of-state. That would be the only way she won't lose by double digits. What are those people getting for their money? She can not win.
And yet, you read it, and commented on it.
None of my daughters would ever do such a stupid thing to begin with, they have been raised better. What's with everyone calling a twenty eight year-old deserter and coward a "child?"
Why is anyone surprised about any of this?
No, it just goes to show the Administration's total contempt for the American people and the truth.
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What was D-Day?

The Texas Eagle Wrote: May 29, 2014 11:35 AM
All of the men and women who fought to win World War II are in their mid-80s, and sooner than we would like, they will not be with us. We (the world) owe everything that we have to them.
In response to:

What was D-Day?

The Texas Eagle Wrote: May 29, 2014 11:35 AM
All of the men and women who fought to win World War II are in their mid-80s, and sooner than we would like, they will not be with us. We (the world) owe everything that we have to them.
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Uncle Sam Needs DREAMers

The Texas Eagle Wrote: May 23, 2014 7:31 PM
The military is not having any problems filling their enlistment quotas, in fact most of my students have to wait to go to basic training.
Sure it is. There is a 100% certainty that the person executed will never commit another crime. Ever.
While I agree with you that "cookie cutter" plans don't cut it, I can see some value in this approach teaching contingency planning processes. Looking at emergencies from different perspectives, considering all sources of the situation, and considering a myriad of responses are just good planning tools. Thinking about the unthinkable is part of the planning process.
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