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<quoted text>I only use one....LRS. That's it.
Sarcasm Romper. I really thought you'd recognize it

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And this coming from a Democrat?!? What would you expect a Democrat to say. You assume that everyone in the military is a Republican but that ain't so.
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Colonel Wilkerson and General Powell are both Republicans.
So was Richard Nixon and Teddy Roosevelt but they were all loony-tooney-left progressives. Just like Bill Clinton is a Democrat but he is a Blue Dog centrist.
Ron and Rand Paul are Republicans but they are also Libertarians (not to be confused with Conservatives).
Politics is multi-denominational.

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Aww, the lil raggy is crying because The Theory of Evolution is flawed. LMAO! You have issues, Twinkerbelle. lil raggy
Huh? My post had nothing to do with evolution. It had to do with nutballs who get caught in delicto flagrante but then try to deny it.
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It is the nature of the arrogant ignorant fool's disconnection from reality. When called out their precious disconnection is threatened.
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And do you have any idea why they are so cheap there as compared to here? We Americans pay for the R&D for these medications and the other countries sue our companies because their laws limit the cost of meds to cost of production and a small profit.
As usual, we Americans, trying to be good people, get taken to the cleaners.
Rouge is a total ignoramus in the pharma IP field. Pfizer's sildenafil citrate patent expired in the Philippines. They got an extension in the US. Hence, generic is available there and not here. On the other hand, there are other drugs that are still under patent ("composition of matter" patents) there but not here and the pricing situation for those drugs is reversed.
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I bought out the store to make a fast buck.$1.92 per tab there,$35.00 retail here at Walmart.
Those pills paid for my air fare, 17,000 mile round trip. My friends now call me "the pharmacist".

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Check your post #171681. LMAO! What a dumb lil raggy, you are. Lie much? HaHaHaHa You're boring me, boy.
Yes, I did write "What a pile of dung, what a pile of grade "Z" manure". Was that referring to you or your writings? Now, you think it refers to you, obviously. Okay, if that's what you want. Remember, YOU said it, not necessarily me.

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Libtards will never get it. You can not play Robin the Hood by taking money from the rich and give to the poor. All it will do is make everyone equally poor!
France Has a Plan to Restore Its Industrial Glory. It Won't Work
By Carol Matlack September 13, 2013
French Michelin employees, mostly from the Joue-les-Tours plant, try to pull out the gate of the company headquarters on June 26, after Michelin announced 700 job cuts
President François Hollande recalled France’s proud history of industrial innovation, from high-speed trains to nuclear power, as he announced a plan this week to create jobs by investing billions in new technologies.“We can all think of examples from the past,” he said at a Sept. 12 conference at the Élysée Palace.
The industrial policies that fueled Gallic competitiveness in years past, though, won’t help the problem France has now. Since the 1990s, European neighbors such as Germany—and more recently, Spain and other crisis-hit countries—have enacted reforms that make them far more business-friendly than France. French labor costs are now the highest of any major euro zone economy, and taxes have risen €70 billion ($93.1 billion) over the past three years, a period when the country’s economy barely grew at all. More new taxes are on the way. France “has some catching up to do,” says Jean-Dominique Senard, chief of executive of tiremaker Michelin (ML:FP).
Companies such as Michelin are doing more than complaining. In June, the tiremaker announced it was closing a 52-year-old factory in the Loire Valley where it makes tires for Paris Métro trains. The Métro production line is being moved to Spain, where the government of Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy last year overhauled labor laws to lower employers’ costs and give them greater flexibility. Hollande’s government this year enacted more-modest labor reforms, but that hasn’t stemmed job losses that have pushed unemployment to 11 percent, a 14-year high. Automaker Peugeot (UG:FP) has been hiring in Spain while shuttering factories at home in France.
http://www.businessweek.com/articles/2013-09-...
Unemployment in France : 11%
Unemployment in Spain : 25%

What labour laws again has Spain introduced? Sigh.
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Huh? My post had nothing to do with evolution. It had to do with nutballs who get caught in delicto flagrante but then try to deny it.
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But that is why you're whining, isn't it?

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All you have to do is look at Western Europe to see what the Left has done to their economies.
Western Europe? Do you mean Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Luxembourg, Denmark, The Netherlands? Real bad. Did you know that all those countries, and more, are doing fairly well in spite of a very stubborn worldwide recession? Did you know these countries, in no worst shape and oftentimes better shape than the U.S. have the shortest working hours, minimum; 6 weeks' paid vacation, one-year full maternity/paternity leave, children'a allowances, fully-funded and no-premium health care, free, totally free education including university, and they do have some pretty good ones.

Other countries like Spain, Portugal, Greece, Italy, are in heap big trouble, but no bigger than yours, did you know that? Check out each of those countries' debts as per GDP. You may just be surprised. And don't forget, they enjoy the same conditions as the countries I've mentioned.

Do you homework before blurting out uninformed statements.

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But that is why you're whining, isn't it?
UR in serious denial.
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Huh? My post had nothing to do with evolution. It had to do with nutballs who get caught in delicto flagrante but then try to deny it.
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UR in serious denial.
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Right, doc!

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Right, doc!
Birfoons thought that laughter after the election was whining.

"Do you hear us coming?"

Hee hee hee.

Like I said, serious denial.
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UR in serious denial.
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Birfoons thought that laughter after the election was whining.
"Do you hear us coming?"
Hee hee hee.
Like I said, serious denial.
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The election? Really? Really? LMAO! You're such a brainwashed lil pryck. LMAO! Give Alice my regards! HaHaHa fruitcake

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McCain Hints at Retirement Posted on September 13, 2013
Never put off till tomorrow what you can do today. Check it out: Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) hinted that he might be serving his last term in office, admitting that he does not want to become “one of these old guys that should’ve shoved off.” McCain, a 27-year veteran of the Senate and former presidential candidate, made the admission while speaking about his relationship with President Obama.“The president and I, he’s in his last term, I’m probably in mine, the relationship we have had over the past three years is quite good,” McCain told The Wrap in an interview.“Quite good.” The 77-year-old’s current term is up in 2016. When asked if this would really be his last term, McCain backtracked a bit. Continue Reading on thehill.com ...
Read more at http://conservativebyte.com/2013/09/mccain-hi...

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Western Europe? Do you mean Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Luxembourg, Denmark, The Netherlands? Real bad. Did you know that all those countries, and more, are doing fairly well in spite of a very stubborn worldwide recession? Did you know these countries, in no worst shape and oftentimes better shape than the U.S. have the shortest working hours, minimum; 6 weeks' paid vacation, one-year full maternity/paternity leave, children'a allowances, fully-funded and no-premium health care, free, totally free education including university, and they do have some pretty good ones.
Other countries like Spain, Portugal, Greece, Italy, are in heap big trouble, but no bigger than yours, did you know that? Check out each of those countries' debts as per GDP. You may just be surprised. And don't forget, they enjoy the same conditions as the countries I've mentioned.
Do you homework before blurting out uninformed statements.
You missed France, Italy, Spain and Greece!

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Western Europe? Do you mean Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Luxembourg, Denmark, The Netherlands? Real bad. Did you know that all those countries, and more, are doing fairly well in spite of a very stubborn worldwide recession? Did you know these countries, in no worst shape and oftentimes better shape than the U.S. have the shortest working hours, minimum; 6 weeks' paid vacation, one-year full maternity/paternity leave, children'a allowances, fully-funded and no-premium health care, free, totally free education including university, and they do have some pretty good ones.
Other countries like Spain, Portugal, Greece, Italy, are in heap big trouble, but no bigger than yours, did you know that? Check out each of those countries' debts as per GDP. You may just be surprised. And don't forget, they enjoy the same conditions as the countries I've mentioned.
Do you homework before blurting out uninformed statements.
Yep, and when did our credit rating drop? Two years ago. And who had been the president for the two and a half years before they dropped out credit rating? OBAMA!!!!

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The election? Really? Really? LMAO! You're such a brainwashed lil pryck. LMAO! Give Alice my regards! HaHaHa fruitcake
I know. wojar was brainwashed into believing Obama won the election. Imagine that. That'd get a good laugh from president Romney.

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You missed France, Italy, Spain and Greece!
You're not a very astute reader, now are you? I got Spain, Italy, Greece. Yes, I missed France. Put it in.

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Yep, and when did our credit rating drop? Two years ago. And who had been the president for the two and a half years before they dropped out credit rating? OBAMA!!!!
Oh boy, and who was the president when the roof caved in? Who brought on this monstrous recession? Who oversaw the financial banditry from banks, Wall street and mortgage brokers? Who entered two unfunded wars totalling over $2 trillion?

And how did the credit rating enter this discussion?

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And do you have any idea why they are so cheap there as compared to here? We Americans pay for the R&D for these medications and the other countries sue our companies because their laws limit the cost of meds to cost of production and a small profit.
As usual, we Americans, trying to be good people, get taken to the cleaners.
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Rouge is a total ignoramus in the pharma IP field. Pfizer's sildenafil citrate patent expired in the Philippines. They got an extension in the US. Hence, generic is available there and not here. On the other hand, there are other drugs that are still under patent ("composition of matter" patents) there but not here and the pricing situation for those drugs is reversed.
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And how long does a patent in the Philippines stand as compared to the U.S.? I am not sure if it was you or Poppo who claimed to be a patent attorney.

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Oh boy, and who was the president when the roof caved in? Who brought on this monstrous recession? Who oversaw the financial banditry from banks, Wall street and mortgage brokers? Who entered two unfunded wars totalling over $2 trillion?
And how did the credit rating enter this discussion?
U.S.laws did. And who passed those laws? Democrats in 1977 and in 1993 signed by Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton.
President did not change the laws, Congress does.
New, even if Bush was responsible, what has Obama done to fix the economy? NOT A DAMN THING!!!

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