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The Future Is So Screwed

USNbubblehead Wrote: Oct 16, 2014 1:38 PM
I bet about half of the "do nothings" on the list crash and burn before they're 30. Remember the old adage: The higher the monkey climbs the pole, the more people can see his a55.
Birds of a feather, MM.
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A Scene of Place

USNbubblehead Wrote: Oct 15, 2014 10:34 AM
Using that phrase to give greater purpose to their proposal is simply another example of using lofty words and phrases outside their context to sell an otherwise unsavory idea to people who have have become unable to understand their true, deeper meaning. Its literary malpractice in the name of public relations. Older generations would have scoffed at the notion (and did so in their own time). We used to have intellectual and cultural depth in this country, but these days...
Well OWS fizzled, so the media are trying a 'race-war' meme instead to finally get some action in the street. And this time they've got whole neighborhoods full of easily misled and willing participants.
Seems to me there's a good chance Panetta did it to distance Hilliary from 0. 2016 is not all that far away.
Clearly, there must have been a breach in protocol, because we're never, ever, ever wrong about anything. We're the smartest people in the world; the smartest people that have ever walked the planet. When people question us or disagree with us, it only demonstrates how stupid THEY are. The arrogance of these people is surpassed only by their ineptitude.
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Rocking the Vote to the Left

USNbubblehead Wrote: Oct 10, 2014 10:00 AM
"The youth vote is a huge force for social change." There's that term again. Might just as well call it what it is; Marxist socialism.
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Bill Maher vs. Chris Hayes

USNbubblehead Wrote: Oct 08, 2014 9:25 AM
Neither, not either. Sheesh! I wish I could edit my posts!
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Bill Maher vs. Chris Hayes

USNbubblehead Wrote: Oct 08, 2014 9:24 AM
"Chris Matthews declared, "I'm with Affleck because knocking someone's religion is the way to start or escalate a fight." Unless, of course, that religion happens to be Christianity or Judaism. Then its OK. I wonder if that has anything to do with the fact that followers of either of these two religions will freak out and kill you for criticizing them.
I think one of the most compelling arguments that Che was a psychopathic idiot is the fact that the Castros got rid of him when his usefulness began to wane. For Fidel, it was probably a no-brainer. Use the fool to do the dirty work of purging the population of anyone who would oppose or even question him, and then swoop to the rescue as the people's savior by getting rid of the smelly little monster. A win-win for Castro. I think to Castro, Che was merely a tool, and in more ways than one.
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Random Thoughts

USNbubblehead Wrote: Sep 30, 2014 9:40 AM
"Why in the world would any sane American go to North Korea and put themselves at the mercy of a crackpot dictator?" Because, like many kids these days, this kid probably didn't take any of it seriously. Why should he, when kids these days in many communities are taught that they do not have to respect any authority, and they grow up telling teachers and administrators to F-off whenever they feel like it. Imagine the idiot's surprise when the NKs got a hold of him. Shattered more than one illusion, I'll bet.
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