'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

"Fox News Sunday" is heading to Louisville, Ky. Jack Conway, Kentucky's attorney general and the Democratic candidate for Senate , and Rand Paul, the Republican nominee and son of Representative Ron Paul, Republican of Texas, have agreed to a live debate on "Fox News Sunday" on Oct.3 at 9 a.m. (Eastern time).

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RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#114106 Aug 8, 2013
Aristocles son of Ariston wrote:
<quoted text>
An anonymous "bet" means nothing, be creative and construct a real wager. Perhaps you're too skeered?
YOU are an idiot ari. I bet he doesn't end with the lowest approval rating of ALL Presidents. 22% PERIOD.

Scared of what? YOU hahaha, play your games. If I knew your sorry ass personally I would put my money where my bet is. Guess you will just have to take as a play on words dumbass.

I figured you would be at the prayer vigil with A Loon:

Honey Boo Boo's dad hospitalized

I bet you backward hicks stayed glued to the trash TV reality shows. haha Back peddle on that one. IT guru wannabe.

BTW, looks like Calvin SCHOOLED you on your Wikipedia site you tried to post. What say you about that loser lemming? haha

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH
RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#114107 Aug 8, 2013
Republican Senators Silent on McConnell Support

Two Republican senators who had received financial support in their election campaigns from Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell were silent yesterday when given a chance to endorse McConnell for his 2014 re-election.

NBC News reported Sens. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, Ron Johnson, R-Wis., and Mike Lee, R-Utah, were silent when asked whether they would endorse McConnell over his tea party opponent, Matt Bevin.

McConnell’s PAC, Bluegrass Committee, had given financial support to two of those three senators.

The PAC gave Cruz $5,000 in August 2012 and gave another $5,000 in September 2012. McConnell’s PAC gave $10,000 to then candidate Johnson in June 2010. Johnson also received $42,600 from the National Republican Senatorial Committee in 2010. McConnell’s Bluegrass Committee did not give to Lee.

http://blogs.rollcall.com/moneyline/republica...

haha PRICELESS, even the GOP/Teabaggers are Ditching Mitch..

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH
RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#114108 Aug 8, 2013
E-mails raise new questions about GOP 2012 campaign favors

Rachel Maddow reports on newly uncovered documents raising questions about the role of money in an Iowa state senator switching support from Michele Bachmann to Ron Paul, involving a Republican operative who is currently the campaign manager for Mitch McConnell's re-election effort.

http://video.msnbc.msn.com/rachel -
maddow/52690919#52690919

Old scandal coming back to haunt Conman from the BachMANn campaign. PRICELESS

Still can't buy an election.

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH
RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#114109 Aug 8, 2013
Ky. Republicans should know food stamps feed their young and elderly constituents

It has been a month since the U.S. House, including all of Kentucky's Republicans, abandoned a 40-year practice by dropping food stamps from the farm bill.

Despite assurances from the Republicans who control the House that they would consider reauthorizing the nutrition program before it runs out in October, a conference committee with the Senate has yet to materialize.

While Congress dithers, the food security of millions of Americans and 800,000 Kentuckians is in jeopardy.

Even Rep. Hal Rogers, who represents the nation's second-poorest district, where one in three households depend on food stamps, voted for a farm bill without the nutrition assistance program.
Unbelievably, after the vote, Rogers said, "I didn't think it will have an adverse impact on my district."

Food stamps are especially crucial to the young and old. Of the 32 percent of households in Rogers' district that receive them, a quarter include at least one person older than 60; half include at least one child.

Of the 800,000 Kentuckians enrolled in the program, 60 percent live below the federal poverty line — an income of $22,000 for a family of four.
The average food stamp benefit is a whopping $134 a month.

Since 1973, farm subsidy and nutritional assistance programs have been coupled, often passing with huge bipartisan margins. But earlier this month, the farm bill failed on first pass under opposition from House Democrats, who found the proposed $20 billion cut to food stamps extreme and Republicans who wanted to gut the program further.

Predictably kowtowing to its ideological fringe instead of compromising, the House GOP took food stamps out of the bill entirely, issuing vague promises that the program would be looked at later.

While House Republicans created more uncertainty for the poor, they fattened agriculture subsidies, the vast majority of which go to the largest operations. House Republicans even did away with a limit approved by the Senate on federal farm aid to people making more than $750,000 a year.

All five of Kentucky's Republicans — Reps. Ed Whitfield, Brett Guthrie, Thomas Massie, Andy Barr and Rogers— put lucrative subsidies for Big Agriculture above feeding their needy constituents. Kentucky's lone Democrat, John Yarmuth of Louisville, opposed the bill.

It's disappointing to see Kentucky Republicans even tacitly endorse the undercurrent of spite that regards poverty as deserved comeuppance. This attitude drove House action on the farm bill and led politicians like Rep. Stephen Fincher, R-Tenn., to cite the Bible to say, "The one who is unwilling to work shall not eat."

Of course, Fincher, the Tennessee congressman, has had no qualms about accepting $3.5 million in farm subsidies while preaching penny-pinching for others.

Kentuckians who depend on food stamps are not the high-flying, check-drawing caricatures that politicians invoke to justify drastic cuts in federal spending.

They have been left marooned, through no fault of their own, by a changing economy, or they are too young or too old to work.

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack has said that 92 percent of food stamp recipients are seniors, children, disabled or working adults.

Reauthorizing the program, without spiteful, draconian cuts, should be the House's top priority. Failure to do so would quite literally take food from the mouths of hungry children.

Read more here:
http://www.kentucky.com/2013/07/30/2739568/ky...

That ought to get them some votes eh? Take food out of the mouths of KY's children and Senior Citizens. I have never resented my tax dollars going to feed poor Kentuckians. Shame on them. Guess they will just allow KY to fall further down on the poverty states list and then ask for their vote. Doubt they will forget come election time.

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH
whitehair

Eminence, KY

#114112 Aug 8, 2013
RepubliCons write much, twists some to suit his agenda, but at least we know where he stands on politics.

Ky may have proceeded into the Obama Care up to the hilt. Did you notice how many they will put into Medicaid? That is free nursing home and medical care? Yes, for the indigent and now lawyers are arguing to show how "don`t go broke in a nursing home" for the ones that get around the requirements? Always some way to beat the system.

One of the things we have not heard is how many insurance companies will be in the group allowed
by the State? What does it cost for them to get into the group? Graft is everywhere!

Now don`t go preaching about the Conservative and the Republicans not wanting to help the poor and needy, nor the ones to get medical care.

One of the things also to know, what will it cost to get these millions into free medical care, free nursing homes, and how long will it be before all this will collapse onto itself thru false claims? Just putting forward some things you might want to consider.

Wonder why none in Congress want Obama Care??.
RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#114116 Aug 8, 2013
whitehair wrote:
RepubliCons write much, twists some to suit his agenda, but at least we know where he stands on politics.
Ky may have proceeded into the Obama Care up to the hilt. Did you notice how many they will put into Medicaid? That is free nursing home and medical care? Yes, for the indigent and now lawyers are arguing to show how "don`t go broke in a nursing home" for the ones that get around the requirements? Always some way to beat the system.
One of the things we have not heard is how many insurance companies will be in the group allowed
by the State? What does it cost for them to get into the group? Graft is everywhere!
Now don`t go preaching about the Conservative and the Republicans not wanting to help the poor and needy, nor the ones to get medical care.
One of the things also to know, what will it cost to get these millions into free medical care, free nursing homes, and how long will it be before all this will collapse onto itself thru false claims? Just putting forward some things you might want to consider.
Wonder why none in Congress want Obama Care??.
NONE? Prove it. Just like the double posting of 9/11 lies you told you cannot respond. YOU have no credibility, just talking out your ass old man. Why don't you step away from fauxbox and your teabagging sites and research for the TRUTH, just once.

Again OLD MAN, it is SHE, not he and I didn't twist anything...I posted articles that I believe like your batshit crazy loon does with the conservative nut and fright winged nut daily you take so seriously.

YOU ARE A LIAR....Clinton trained the terrorist pilots and bush wasn't a 9/11 failure. YOU were proven wrong. Get your head out of your ass or zombies chemtrails and seek some truth once in awhile.

BTW old teabagger whitehair, I have always said where I stand with politics, with the MAJORITY...the DEMS.

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH

Since: Dec 11

.

#114117 Aug 8, 2013
RepubliCONS wrote:
<quoted text>
YOU are an idiot ari. I bet he doesn't end with the lowest approval rating of ALL Presidents. 22% PERIOD.
Scared of what? YOU hahaha, play your games. If I knew your sorry ass personally I would put my money where my bet is. Guess you will just have to take as a play on words dumbass.
I figured you would be at the prayer vigil with A Loon:
Honey Boo Boo's dad hospitalized
I bet you backward hicks stayed glued to the trash TV reality shows. haha Back peddle on that one. IT guru wannabe.
BTW, looks like Calvin SCHOOLED you on your Wikipedia site you tried to post. What say you about that loser lemming? haha
RIP GOP
DITCH MITCH
He outright LIED! it was first "tagged" as a "neologism" and then as a "protologism", however there is a secret about that one only one person can step up and answer...and he is one of your leftist friends! BTW the editor who had my contribution flagged knows nothing of technical pc jargon. That's like a Spanish teacher trying to correct Greek. Can't explain anything to you idiots though, just repeat your lies and fiction until you believe them.
whitehair

Eminence, KY

#114119 Aug 8, 2013
Fox News Is A Joke wrote:
<quoted text>Wonder why you want Government handouts you deadbeat.
Another of your not paying attention comments. No conservative wants gov`t handouts!! They try to be independent and yet to help the needy and indigent. Not to give handouts to the ones that can but do not work!!!
American Lady

Danville, KY

#114121 Aug 8, 2013
whitehair wrote:
RepubliCons write much, twists some to suit his agenda, but at least we know where he stands on politics.
Ky may have proceeded into the Obama Care up to the hilt. Did you notice how many they will put into Medicaid? That is free nursing home and medical care? Yes, for the indigent and now lawyers are arguing to show how "don`t go broke in a nursing home" for the ones that get around the requirements? Always some way to beat the system.
One of the things we have not heard is how many insurance companies will be in the group allowed
by the State? What does it cost for them to get into the group? Graft is everywhere!
Now don`t go preaching about the Conservative and the Republicans not wanting to help the poor and needy, nor the ones to get medical care.
One of the things also to know, what will it cost to get these millions into free medical care, free nursing homes, and how long will it be before all this will collapse onto itself thru false claims? Just putting forward some things you might want to consider.
Wonder why none in Congress want Obama Care??.
Good Morning Whitey:)

Did you see where California is having trouble with doctors from one state moving to CA and BILKING the 'medicaid' with fraudulent practices?... fake rehabs!

Criminality at it finest of OUR tax dollars!

Even IF it is California ...
It takes away from the coffers of ALL American taxpayers ...

http://www.californiahealthline.org/articles/...

.....

... AC360: "Rehab Racket"
"Rehab Racket,” a one-year investigation by CNN and The Center for Investigative Reporting finds widespread fraud in taxpayer-funded drug rehab.

http://ac360.blogs.cnn.com/2013/07/29/tonight...

Teens claim they were used as fake rehab clients
http://www.cnn.com/2013/07/30/health/rehab-ra...

WHAT do ya do with so MANY "criminally minded" people?
They run RAMPANT in our everyday lives!

There's NOT enuf JAILS to hold them ALL!

America 'going down' the DRAIN!

From NO LEADERSHIP!

Since: Dec 11

.

#114124 Aug 8, 2013
RepubliCONS wrote:
Ky. Republicans should know food stamps feed their young and elderly constituents
It has been a month since the U.S. House, including all of Kentucky's Republicans, abandoned a 40-year practice by dropping food stamps from the farm bill.
Despite assurances from the Republicans who control the House that they would consider reauthorizing the nutrition program before it runs out in October, a conference committee with the Senate has yet to materialize.
While Congress dithers, the food security of millions of Americans and 800,000 Kentuckians is in jeopardy.
Even Rep. Hal Rogers, who represents the nation's second-poorest district, where one in three households depend on food stamps, voted for a farm bill without the nutrition assistance program.
Unbelievably, after the vote, Rogers said, "I didn't think it will have an adverse impact on my district."
Food stamps are especially crucial to the young and old. Of the 32 percent of households in Rogers' district that receive them, a quarter include at least one person older than 60; half include at least one child.
Of the 800,000 Kentuckians enrolled in the program, 60 percent live below the federal poverty line — an income of $22,000 for a family of four.
The average food stamp benefit is a whopping $134 a month.
Since 1973, farm subsidy and nutritional assistance programs have been coupled, often passing with huge bipartisan margins. But earlier this month, the farm bill failed on first pass under opposition from House Democrats, who found the proposed $20 billion cut to food stamps extreme and Republicans who wanted to gut the program further.
Predictably kowtowing to its ideological fringe instead of compromising, the House GOP took food stamps out of the bill entirely, issuing vague promises that the program would be looked at later.
While House Republicans created more uncertainty for the poor, they fattened agriculture subsidies, the vast majority of which go to the largest operations. House Republicans even did away with a limit approved by the Senate on federal farm aid to people making more than $750,000 a year.
All five of Kentucky's Republicans — Reps. Ed Whitfield, Brett Guthrie, Thomas Massie, Andy Barr and Rogers— put lucrative subsidies for Big Agriculture above feeding their needy constituents. Kentucky's lone Democrat, John Yarmuth of Louisville, opposed the bill.
It's disappointing to see Kentucky Republicans even tacitly endorse the undercurrent of spite that regards poverty as deserved comeuppance. This attitude drove House action on the farm bill and led politicians like Rep. Stephen Fincher, R-Tenn., to cite the Bible to say, "The one who is unwilling to work shall not eat."
Of course, Fincher, the Tennessee congressman, has had no qualms about accepting $3.5 million in farm subsidies while preaching penny-pinching for others.
Kentuckians who depend on food stamps are not the high-flying, check-drawing caricatures that politicians invoke to justify drastic cuts in federal spending.
They have been left marooned, through no fault of their own, by a changing economy, or they are too young or too old to work.
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack has said that 92 percent of food stamp recipients are seniors, children, disabled or working adults.
Reauthorizing the program, without spiteful, draconian cuts, should be the House's top priority. Failure to do so would quite literally take food from the mouths of hungry children.

DITCH MITCH
OCD much?
You like to flame don't you? Is that your reflection in the mirror; or the ghost of a life you never had?
Obama, and his cronies have pissed off so many voting blocks he will never see another rise in polls (unless it's in Chris Matthews pants!). If you think the voting majority would trust Hillary with that office you are legally insane.
You sound like Debbie Whats-hername-schlutz.
RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#114125 Aug 8, 2013
FACT: Women have unique health care needs and the Affordable Care Act helps ensure women get the care they need, when they need it. Thanks to the ACA, an estimated 8.7 million women will gain access to maternity care coverage among other benefits. Read and share this great post from the Office on Women's Health - U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

The Affordable Care Act: Speaking to Women’s Unique Health Needs

More than three years ago, the most important women’s health legislation in my lifetime was passed into law—the Affordable Care Act. This law lowers the costs of health care for women, increases access to quality health care, and pays attention to the distinct health needs of women and families. As women, we often make health care decisions for ourselves and for our families, so it is important that we know how the health care law benefits us.

Women have often been charged more than men for the exact same health coverage. We have paid higher premiums and out-of-pocket costs. We also tend to make less than men and have a harder time paying for health care costs. As a result, women have not always had access to the health care they needed or the freedom to make the best health care choices for themselves and their families
HHS estimates that 18.6 million uninsured women will be eligible for coverage through the Marketplace. For the very first time, Americans can go to one place to get accurate information on different plans and make apples-to-apples comparisons on benefits, quality and cost. The Marketplace will be one more tool in our toolbox to help us make the best decisions for ourselves and our families. As Deputy Assistant Secretary for Health (Women’s Health) and the Director of the Office on Women’s Health, I am thrilled by the progress we have made and look forward to all the changes that are to come. Thanks to the Affordable Care Act and the Health Insurance Marketplace, we will soon see fewer uninsured women and families, improved access to preventive services, and equal access to quality health care.

http://www.hhs.gov/healthcare/facts/blog/2013...

WOMEN won't forget in 2014/2016. Count on it.

Great poster quotes...

It's a mans world unless women vote.

Ted Cruz and others in the Tea Party want to shut the US government down if they can't defund Obamacare (40 appeal attempts so far wasting tax payer dollars).

Spending IS the problem. That is why we've spent $60,000,000.00 on 40 unsuccessful attempts to repeal Obamacare.- GOP

If you think that Obamacare is Nazi Socialism, but thought Mitt Romney, the guy who invented it, should've been President. YOU might be a repub/teabagger.

GOP - Greed Over People
The party that said we couldn't afford to help Sandy Victims has so far wasted $60mil on futile votes to repeal Obamacare

John McCain (R)
The New Republic
July 30, 2013
In Paul Ryan's Bible Jesus doesn't heal the elderly, he gives them a voucher and wishes them good luck with the insurance company.

Paul Ryan & 16 Other Hypocritical Republicans Caught Begging For Obamacare Funds
You won’t believe what The Nation magazine obtained through a Freedom of Information Act Inquiry: a list of 17 Republicans who secretly pursued Obamacare’s medicaid expansion dollars while hypocritically slamming the law in public, as well as all of their letters begging for the funds from the big, bad federal government.

HYPOCRITES at their best eh? Shoot the messenger, crazy loon, double barrels? right? hahaha It still won't change the facts. Deny all you want too. You are all fauxbox lemming tools. Go "re-invent" yourselves. hahahaha

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH
whitehair

Eminence, KY

#114126 Aug 8, 2013
Again you flaunt the idea you have made up. It is not so that the Repubs are interested in closing the gov`t down. They simply want to defund Obama Care. If Obama will not agree, it is Obama that will close down the Gov`t and even then the Repubs indicate they will fund the necessary functions.

Been listening to you people too much. And your Party line is lying to us all!!!
RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#114127 Aug 8, 2013
Aristocles son of Ariston wrote:
<quoted text>
OCD much?
You like to flame don't you? Is that your reflection in the mirror; or the ghost of a life you never had?
Obama, and his cronies have pissed off so many voting blocks he will never see another rise in polls (unless it's in Chris Matthews pants!). If you think the voting majority would trust Hillary with that office you are legally insane.
You sound like Debbie Whats-hername-schlutz.
HAHA, No unlike you I have afflictions, perfectly healthy, and meds free. All that good living and great union federal health insurance. Unlike what you repukes prove everyday. A Lunatic could be a mental health poster alone.

I like to give you idiots flames....hahaha, nuts, spam, clueless etc...coz you are. You are dreaming and keep that thought of Obama like rush/beck do...they will go back up as soon as the scandals are continued to be proven wrong, your teabaggers vs GOP proves what radical idiots you people are while cancelling out each other, love it when you eat your own. 3 MORE YEARS to prove you idiots wrong, and he will. That's what scares you little mice and the fact that HILLARY is such a threat to you. I am loving it.

There you go again with your sexual innuendoes again. You really are a pervert aren't you wrestler shaver. hahaha YOU and fake wtf Glasgow Speakup just can't help yourselves can you. hahahaha YOUR parties will shun you for such behavior, better watch your mouth. lol

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH

“Heaven doesn't want me.”

Since: Jul 13

Hell's afraid I'll take over.

#114128 Aug 8, 2013
G'morning RC. Just another day in paradise, I see...lol.

Funny how when some posts get deleted it's something to cackle about, but when others get deleted it's a violation of the First Amendment.

Speaking of deleted posts, did ThArious ever answer your question about which of our posts were supposedly deleted? Did they include quoted text by wtfari, by any chance?
RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#114130 Aug 8, 2013
whitehair wrote:
Again you flaunt the idea you have made up. It is not so that the Repubs are interested in closing the gov`t down. They simply want to defund Obama Care. If Obama will not agree, it is Obama that will close down the Gov`t and even then the Repubs indicate they will fund the necessary functions.
Been listening to you people too much. And your Party line is lying to us all!!!
Aww, no comments on the lies you spewed about 9/11? Sore subject for you losers eh? Like the Nixon era wire taps eh? As well as all the repuke/teabagging articles of REAL NEWS with them saying they will while fighting with the GOP about not shutting down gov't. You obviously don't acknowledge the 60 million dollars of tax payer money used to repeal a law upheld by the Supreme Court (MOST handpicked by your bush). Keep spinning the truth old man, I will still post my rebuttals, while you pull shit out of your ass as the gospel truth. And you wonder why you clowns lose elections. Get use to it. The MAJORITY is watching. YOU people define deception in party politics. Keep dreaming.

ONLY the GOP (a few, NOT all) and all the teabaggers want to shut gov't down for the repeal of The Affordable Care Act. Keep trying, it ain't gonna happen. Deal with it teabagger.

By the way dumbass, I didn't write all those articles YOU are so determined to dispute. Where's your's?

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH
well

London, KY

#114131 Aug 8, 2013
MOT wrote:
So?
yes
RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#114132 Aug 8, 2013
Crow__ wrote:
G'morning RC. Just another day in paradise, I see...lol.
Funny how when some posts get deleted it's something to cackle about, but when others get deleted it's a violation of the First Amendment.
Speaking of deleted posts, did ThArious ever answer your question about which of our posts were supposedly deleted? Did they include quoted text by wtfari, by any chance?
Good morning Crow. Sorry I missed out on all the fun you all had last night.

NO they never answer question we already have the answer to. Just like the old man whitehair (teabagger) AND his 9/11 lies. They just post their own warped opinions they form from their fright right winged faux box pundits and very little else. Then wig out when I continue to post factual articles from all sources. Must suck to be in the dark all the time. They need OBAMACARE. hahaha

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH

“Heaven doesn't want me.”

Since: Jul 13

Hell's afraid I'll take over.

#114133 Aug 8, 2013
RepubliCONS wrote:
<quoted text>
Good morning Crow. Sorry I missed out on all the fun you all had last night.
NO they never answer question we already have the answer to. Just like the old man whitehair (teabagger) AND his 9/11 lies. They just post their own warped opinions they form from their fright right winged faux box pundits and very little else. Then wig out when I continue to post factual articles from all sources. Must suck to be in the dark all the time. They need OBAMACARE. hahaha
RIP GOP
DITCH MITCH
Heh! No kidding. Wonder if they'll refuse to be treated after it takes full effect? I mean, the way they've dogged it they should defer coverage just on general principle, right?

You going to the Williams meeting today?
RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#114135 Aug 8, 2013
Crow__ wrote:
<quoted text>
Heh! No kidding. Wonder if they'll refuse to be treated after it takes full effect? I mean, the way they've dogged it they should defer coverage just on general principle, right?
You going to the Williams meeting today?
Yeah, about like they refused those stimulus checks. haha They will be first in line. Still getting big laughs over at all the GOP/Teabaggers first in line for their gov't funding. PRICELESS

What a bunch of hypocrites. Speaking of where did they all slither off to. hahahaha

I hope to make it down there around 4 if I don't end up watching my nephew when he gets off the bus. His second day of school in the second grade. Wow, these young kids are smart. He talks like a little man. lol

BTW, did you see where Calvin gave us an invite. lol
DITCH MITCH
American Lady

Danville, KY

#114136 Aug 8, 2013
RepubliCONS wrote:
<quoted text>
LMAO@crazyloon who needs to go back to bed and sleep it off. It is not your shift.
Threatening me? Come try and bust me in the mouth. Next you will be posting a Bible verse. YOU are such a hypocrite. All the truth I posted you got you "thumping" the keys before you have slept it off.
What a rant .....jealous of you circus clown loons. hahahaha That is funny. Bitter...a little that there is so many fauxbox winged nut losers like you clowns willing to step over homeless and take food out of children's mouths as well as other inhuman deeds all to save BIG CORPS/GOP's Bush tax cuts for the rich. You people are idiots. Elections prove it. YOUR two parties are the MINORITY. That won't change anytime soon. Keep ranting so others will see why.
RIP GOP
DITCH MITCH
Rave on ... chalk :)

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