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Nice Losers

tuttletacoma Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 10:43 AM
because of the abject hy[pocrisy of hocumhantus warren and the terminally stupid comrade hussein we will continue to hear about the evil rich and the losers on the left who think they should be rewarded for living failed lives strange how these losers want to take full advantage of an infrastructure they do not support while demanding more handouts all funded by the real earners in our society since we can't rid ourselves of parasites and losers who continue to vote for the marxist party, their coming reality surviving with less when the coming inflation only allows them to eat off their food stamps 4-5 days out of 7 there needs to be a consequence of opting for a failed life and I have no sympathy for such failure
Keep the change Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 10:52 AM
maybe the old 3/5 canard that the left tosses around endlessly could return and give them a real reason to throw it around?
If you cannot produce enough to enrich or enhance society, your vote is worth 3/5's. We'd get no more production out of them, but many of the parasites might stay home
AskGermaine Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 10:45 AM
We hear the same old mantra every election the GOP loses. Inflation is coming!! Inflation is coming!!

Go try your stale scare tactics somewhere else.
Par4theDay Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 10:47 AM
letters from Heaven;

dearest mommy,

thank you, thank you, thank you,'

you SAVED me from slavery when you MURDERED me for selfish sexual orgasms.

i cant thank you enough for MURDERING me mommy and SAVING me from the plantation.

i would rather be MURDERED by my own "mommy" than live as a slave and dumbed down by your own masters.

thank you sooooooo much for SAVING me from an existence as a slave to others.

your loving son,

little che, FREE, FREE, FREE

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