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#939272 Jul 7, 2013
Nostrilis Waxman wrote:
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Not me "o holy rolling liar" with the flapping gums and the hanging jowls. I'm a teabagger just like you. Want me to prove it to you? Just joshing with you Carol. I love irrational overweight know it alls! I'm one too, take it from me!!!
Well, that was rambling nonsense.

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Nostrilis Waxman

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#939273 Jul 7, 2013
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Same here.
Your irrational hatred of Fox and blaming all conservatives for the fact I happen to watch O'Reilly is just part of the liberal nonsense since not much you guys do makes a whole lot of sense.
Now get back in line and follow the herd like a good little liberal.
You're probably getting your marching orders as we speak from the liberal media from on high.
I picture you as the female version to my male version of Jabba the Hut sitting behind your computer screen consuming mass quantities of grape soda and pork rinds just like me!! We fat slobs have to stick together dontchaknow!!!!!!! Love you to bits Ca Ca!!
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#939274 Jul 7, 2013
Both Detroit and Chicago are hoping to save money and reduce pension obligations by moving retirees off city health care plans and onto the exchanges. Bloomberg:

[Detroit's Emergency Manager Kevyn] Orr wants to give current and former workers health-reimbursement accounts. The city would pay from $100 to $250 a month to help with medical costs or premiums under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, according to a proposal to city unions [...]

Chicago plans to phase out retiree health coverage by the beginning of 2017, according to a May 15 letter from Comptroller Amer Ahmad.

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-07-02/trou...

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Nostrilis Waxman

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#939275 Jul 7, 2013
Whatever wrote:
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Well, that was rambling nonsense.
Just my usual Gladys!! Pass the krispy kremes you hog!
Bwaaaaaahaaaaaaaaa!!!

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#939276 Jul 7, 2013
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Are you a Soros guy?
You didn't answer my question but I'll answer yours regardless. No, I do not frequent Soros funded media outlets.

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#939277 Jul 7, 2013
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Front you need New Material!!
You right wing morons don't want to talk about anything but Benghazi or some other phony made up conspirisy.

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#939278 Jul 7, 2013
In more than a dozen classified rulings, the nation’s surveillance court has created a secret body of law giving the National Security Agency the power to amass vast collections of data on Americans while pursuing not only terrorism suspects, but also people possibly involved in nuclear proliferation, espionage and cyberattacks, officials say.

The rulings, some nearly 100 pages long, reveal that the court has taken on a much more expansive role by regularly assessing broad constitutional questions and establishing important judicial precedents, with almost no public scrutiny, according to current and former officials familiar with the court’s classified decisions.

The 11-member Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, known as the FISA court, was once mostly focused on approving case-by-case wiretapping orders. But since major changes in legislation and greater judicial oversight of intelligence operations were instituted six years ago, it has quietly become almost a parallel Supreme Court, serving as the ultimate arbiter on surveillance issues and delivering opinions that will most likely shape intelligence practices for years to come, the officials said.

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/07/07/us/in-secre... ;

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John Galt

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#939279 Jul 7, 2013
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If you read the platform of the Gem State Tea Party its some pretty good stuff:
http://gstp.org/gstp_principles.html
However, the reality is the teabagger Idaho Legislature isn't really concerned with liberty and obviously haven't been Taxed Enough Already:
BOISE, Idaho – A federal judge has struck down Idaho's law banning abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy based on beliefs held by physicians and others that the fetus is able to feel pain at that point.
Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/03/06/fe...
Roe v. Wade did not grant an unlimited right to abortion.

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Gering, NE

#939280 Jul 7, 2013
Nostrilis Waxman wrote:
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Just my usual Gladys!! Pass the krispy kremes you hog!
Bwaaaaaahaaaaaaaaa!!!
You aren't very bright

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#939281 Jul 7, 2013
Nostrilis Waxman wrote:
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I picture you as the female version to my male version of Jabba the Hut sitting behind your computer screen consuming mass quantities of grape soda and pork rinds just like me!! We fat slobs have to stick together dontchaknow!!!!!!! Love you to bits Ca Ca!!
You are a nut case-who cares about your delusions.

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No Surprize

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#939282 Jul 7, 2013
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<quoted text>Liar.
It's the culture...

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#939283 Jul 7, 2013
Red State Sucker wrote:
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You right wing morons don't want to talk about anything but Benghazi or some other phony made up conspirisy.
Things in the news?

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John Galt

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#939284 Jul 7, 2013
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More whimsey from the NC teabaggers who couldn't care less about liberty and obviously haven't been Taxed Enough Already:
5 Worst Ideas From North Carolina’s Tea Party Legislature
Accidentally Banning Domestic Partnerships Between Heterosexual Couples
North Carolina voters took to the polls last year and voted overwhelmingly in favor of a Constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriage. What voters didn’t realize was that defining the only legal partnership as marriage between one man and one woman could in turn nullify domestic partnerships between heterosexual couples. Which is exactly what happened.
The text of Amendment One reads that “marriage between one man and one woman is the only domestic legal union that shall be valid or recognized in this state.” Prior to this vote, same-sex marriage was already illegal in the state. The amendment just added an extra layer, making civil unions and domestic partnerships illegal as well — for everyone.
What do you mean by "domestic partnerships between heterosexual couples"?

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John Galt

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#939285 Jul 7, 2013
Death of Tenzing wrote:
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You didn't answer my question but I'll answer yours regardless. No, I do not frequent Soros funded media outlets.
Glad to hear that you check all facts independently rather than using one of the so-called "fact-check" sites.

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#939286 Jul 7, 2013
Whatever wrote:
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Tenzing lives in the Soros Echo chamber that thinks everybody who isn't pro-Obama must be a member of the Tea Party.
I am liking it. He is alienating more than shaming people here which is the stupidity of the Progressive sites.
I'd like to see proof of anything you say in this post, its not the least bit unreasonable to assume that right-wingers on here think they're teabaggers.

In any case, that I think right-wingers pose a threat to individual liberty and small government hardly puts me on the left. You're another confused right-winger who can only think in binary terms: Tenzing isn't a moronic right-winger so he must be an Obama liberal.

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#939287 Jul 7, 2013
Whatever wrote:
Both Detroit and Chicago are hoping to save money and reduce pension obligations by moving retirees off city health care plans and onto the exchanges. Bloomberg:
[Detroit's Emergency Manager Kevyn] Orr wants to give current and former workers health-reimbursement accounts. The city would pay from $100 to $250 a month to help with medical costs or premiums under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, according to a proposal to city unions [...]
Chicago plans to phase out retiree health coverage by the beginning of 2017, according to a May 15 letter from Comptroller Amer Ahmad.
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-07-02/trou...
Bright enough to know who's sock you are eh, CA CA? Gothcha!!!
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#939288 Jul 7, 2013
Death of Tenzing wrote:
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Do you not oppose individual income taxation too?
A consumption tax would be preferable.

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#939289 Jul 7, 2013
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Roe v. Wade did not grant an unlimited right to abortion.
That isn't the point and you know it. The so called less government teabaggers have shown repeatedly that one of their first orders of business is to expand the scope and authority of the government in passing or proposing abortion restrictions or bans. Forcing a woman to get an ultrasound before having an abortion is either putting that cost on the taxpayer or taxing the woman seeking the abortion depending on how its funded. Either way it isn't remotely in keeping with the tenet of Taxed Enough Already.

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#939290 Jul 7, 2013
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Roe v. Wade did not grant an unlimited right to abortion.
Very true.

Also, it cannot be interpreted as meaning health standards should be abandoned.

Should any Texas woman think that are empowered because they can currently get a D&E for an unplanned pregnancy at a place with lower standards than where they go to get a endoscopy for an acid reflux diagnosis?

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#939291 Jul 7, 2013
Whatever wrote:
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You are a nut case-who cares about your delusions.
That makes two of us!! Do you have any lard to spread on these donuts? If so hand it over and stop hoarding it all. They're a little dry today. And shift yourself, your chair is sagging a bit on the left side. That leg looks like it's buckling some!!

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