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Countdown to Rep. Cummings crying RAAAAAACCCCCCIIIIISSSSMMMMM!!!! 3,2,1... And Go
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Yes, I Hate the Cable Company Too

Ward3 Wrote: Apr 09, 2014 3:30 PM
Or you can get pretty much everything you want with an Apple TV or Roku + a Digitial Antenna! I cut out cable/satellite over a year ago and pay a whopping $13/month for Netlfix and Amazon Prime. I built a small PC into a DVR (or you can just buy a Tivo) & attached a digital antenna to my HDTV. I record anything I want for free on the broadcast networks and just pay for the 3-4 cable shows I like to get the new episodes one day after they air and get them completely commerical free on Amazon, Vudu or iTunes. I have 40 mbps DSL Internet from CenturyLink which is plenty of bandwidth to support streaming and is $40/mo. In the 1st year, I saved about $500 vs what I paid DirecTV for the prior 12 months and this year it will be closer to $800-1,000 in savings since in the 1st year I had 1 time equipment purchases that won't be spent again. CUT THE CORD AMERICA!
Ban Knives, blame gunes anyway, blame the Koch Brothers and ignore the likely mental health issues this kid exhibited all along! - Democrat Talking Points Memo soon to be released.
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Millionaires Need Your Help!

Ward3 Wrote: Apr 02, 2014 7:09 PM
Here's my "Comprehensive Immigration Reform Bill": 1. Employers are required to verify a newly hired employees legal status using the Federal E-Verify system. If an employer is found to have illegal labor employed at their business and did not conduct an E-Verify check for said employee the fine is 5 Million Dollars, each instance. All Federal A one time check of all existing employees must be completed by all employers within 1 year of the passage of this law. 2. Only American citizens may apply for, enroll in, and collect any and all Federal Government provided benefits. 1,999 pages shorter than ObozoCare and 1,000,000% more effective at solving an actual problem. No need to even build a fence
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Gambling and Government

Ward3 Wrote: Apr 02, 2014 6:40 PM
I had a gambling problem in my mid-20's for a time and it was very ruinous to me personally. BUT I stopped, recovered and I have never once blamed the casino for my actions. And there is truth that other things can drive one to gambling as I had many tough things going on at that time. My business was failing and my dad was terminally ill and I sought refuge in gambling. A mistake I paid dearly for, learned from and recovered from though.
"Human beings have a universal right to determine their own future," Obama said Coming from Obozo, that is just freakin hilarious
Senate Majority Leader responds: "Liar, Liar pants on Fire!" - Harry Reid
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Alcohol vs. Marijuana (Part 1)

Ward3 Wrote: Jan 28, 2014 5:03 PM
It isn't about whether one is worse than the other. That is such a lame argument, nobody argues whether alcohol or cigarettes are good for you, we know they are not. Just as people know marijuana isn't good for them, nor trans fats or a million other things some small segment wants the Nanny State to regulate for everyone. But just because something isn't good for you doesn't mean the government should deprive you of your liberty for choosing to ingest it so long as you don't harm others (that's why we have DUI laws but don't have Prohibition).
I'm sure he won't mention that HIS POLICIES are the cause of the inequality & you can bet no liberal panty waste "journalists" will do so in writing about it afterwards. The good news is that only his dwindling band of incompetent, moronic sycophants will be watching anyways so it really doesn't matter what Obozo The Clown says
UGH! Just because it is legal doesn't mean people are saying it is good. Alcohol and tobacco are legal and nobody argues they are not good to use. But, if you think kids don't have access to pot because the law says it is illegal you are just fooling yourself. Pot is easier to get than alcohol for more teenagers today, except in Colorado where teen use of marijuana has fallen since 2009 and the relaxed Medical Marijuana laws made the black market disappear. Oh, and DUI Rates on our highways have fallen too. But don't let facts get in the way of your judgement and ability to make everyone else's decisions for them, obviously you know best how every person should live their lives.
Teen usage rates have fallen in Colorado since 2009 when Medical Marijuana laws were relaxed. Access is actually more restrictive when stores only sell the drug and require ID showing people are over 21. If you think kids where you live don't have access to pot you are just burying your head in the sand, it's easier to get pot than booze for a teenager. Wake up & try something different. No, this is not a perfect system because no such thing exists but if you actully care about reducing access for kids, what Colorado is doing is far better.
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