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Texan

Falls Church, VA

#61 Nov 1, 2013
Yeah vote for Abott, he wants to make Constitutional ammendments to give himself more power. King Greg the first.

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Defiant1

Deer Park, TX

#62 Nov 1, 2013
Joani wrote:
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GOTP, Defiant 1,YallareFunny, Texan, etc., is arguing with herself (Elaine), I see. Distracting from Abortion Barbie's stance much?
Not sure what's going on here and really don't care. You liberal retards can kiss my hairy azz. Wendy Davis is just another libtard POS. I moved here to escape the Prog stench.
Which One

Pasadena, TX

#63 Nov 2, 2013
Republicans-Complains too much government control yet in the same breath dictates about their stance on birth control and abortions.

Wonder how many were around during the clothes hanger days? Regardless of social boundaries many women were hurt and some even left for dead.

Texan

Falls Church, VA

#64 Nov 4, 2013
Unfortunatly Defiant1 unless you can find a deserted island somewhere there is no escaping the stench that has become known as politics. Liberal extremist, conservative extremist, and neither gives a damn what the average person wants or needs. They both want to shove their extremist propaganda and bullshit down our throat. They think that none of us are smart enough to make up or own minds about anything. It's all about money, power, and the corruption it breeds. No; there is no escaping the stench.
Joani

La Porte, TX

#65 Nov 4, 2013
Texan wrote:
Yeah vote for Abott, he wants to make Constitutional ammendments to give himself more power. King Greg the first.
Since you are in Virginia (wink-wink), you will be voting for Cuccinelli, correct? Thanks.....
you hate reality

Houston, TX

#66 Nov 4, 2013
lets cut straight through all the BS and total disinformation on what was actually passed pertaining to abortions in TEXAS, there was a cut off date on when the fetus could be aborted, it was long enough the the baby was pretty well developed, #2 the state ruled that abortion clinics were going to have to meet certain criteria as far as cleaniless ,trained personell and enough life support equipment in case of complications, the butcher shops with the coathangers were not going to be allowed to operate in texas, abortions have NOT been outlawed in TEXAS, you only have to go to a certified clinic to have the abortion done. there will be many more certified clinics spring up in texas, if the is a shortage of clinics ,there will be many spring up to cash in on the apportion doller.think about what really is contained in a bill before you are roped in the the hype smoke and mirrors by either side of the issue, do not let yourself be played like s toy.
Texan

Falls Church, VA

#67 Nov 5, 2013
Personally I don't believe in abortion, smoking dope, and a number of other things. That doesn't mean that I or anyone else should shove what they believe or don't believe onto anyone else. In short your rights stop when they step on mine, and vice versa.
Wendy Whiner

La Porte, TX

#68 Nov 5, 2013
Texan wrote:
Personally I don't believe in abortion, smoking dope, and a number of other things. That doesn't mean that I or anyone else should shove what they believe or don't believe onto anyone else. In short your rights stop when they step on mine, and vice versa.
You have no say in what Texas does. We will not vote for Abortion Barbie.
Texan

Falls Church, VA

#69 Nov 5, 2013
Yes; as a legal resident of Texas I do have a say in what Texas does. You may not vote for Davis, I will not vote for Abbot.
you hate reality

Houston, TX

#70 Nov 5, 2013
better vote for someone, (lesser of the evils) if you do not vote , and the election does not turn out like you wanted, you have no right to cry and whine.
Texan

Falls Church, VA

#71 Nov 5, 2013
I have never failed to vote.
you hate reality

Houston, TX

#72 Nov 5, 2013
I also always vote. and will certainly vote in the mid term elections. I just can not imagine this country with democrats controlling both houses, and giving OBOMA a rubber stamp approval, for all of his agendas,
you hate reality

Houston, TX

#73 Nov 5, 2013
have you seen the new (WENDY) 12 piece fried chicken dinner?????. it contains two very small breasts, 2 big fat thighs, and 8 left wings. and is served in a pink tennis shoe, with a lot of BS sauce.
Wendy Whiner

La Porte, TX

#74 Nov 7, 2013
An article worth reading!

“Abortion Barbie” Wendy Davis Claims in Court That She Has Mental Health Issues.

The Democrats intent on taking back Texas were so desperate for a hero, they turned to pink clad Wendy Davis with, as Vogue described her,“Barbie-doll looks”. They might live to regret that.

Back in 1996, Wendy Davis lost an election for the Fort Worth, TX City Council. After the election, she sued the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, the local newspaper, for defamation. In short, Davis did not like being criticized by the media (something she won’t have to worry about this go round), so she sued for those criticisms claiming they defamed her.

The Texas Court of Appeals and then the Texas Supreme Court both threw out her case. But it is worth noting that Davis, in making her case, claimed that the nasty newspaper, by virtue of criticizing her, damaged her “mental health.”

More worrisome regarding her mental stability, Davis sued the newspaper months after losing her city council and claimed that she “ha[d] suffered and [was] continuing to suffer damages to her mental health.”

Think about that. The best candidate the Texas Democrats could find to run is a lady who admits in open court that a newspaper editorial caused her mental health to be damaged.
Texan

Falls Church, VA

#75 Nov 7, 2013
What's the matter? I'll bet she is more pleaseing to look at than you! Probably a lot smarter too.
Joani

La Porte, TX

#76 Nov 7, 2013
Wendy Whiner wrote:
An article worth reading!
“Abortion Barbie” Wendy Davis Claims in Court That She Has Mental Health Issues.
The Democrats intent on taking back Texas were so desperate for a hero, they turned to pink clad Wendy Davis with, as Vogue described her,“Barbie-doll looks”. They might live to regret that.
Back in 1996, Wendy Davis lost an election for the Fort Worth, TX City Council. After the election, she sued the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, the local newspaper, for defamation. In short, Davis did not like being criticized by the media (something she won’t have to worry about this go round), so she sued for those criticisms claiming they defamed her.
The Texas Court of Appeals and then the Texas Supreme Court both threw out her case. But it is worth noting that Davis, in making her case, claimed that the nasty newspaper, by virtue of criticizing her, damaged her “mental health.”
More worrisome regarding her mental stability, Davis sued the newspaper months after losing her city council and claimed that she “ha[d] suffered and [was] continuing to suffer damages to her mental health.”
Think about that. The best candidate the Texas Democrats could find to run is a lady who admits in open court that a newspaper editorial caused her mental health to be damaged.
Liberalism is a mental disorder. She is living proof.
Joani

La Porte, TX

#77 Nov 7, 2013
Texan wrote:
What's the matter? I'll bet she is more pleaseing to look at than you! Probably a lot smarter too.
It's spelled "pleasing." I wouldn't be talking about anyone's intelligence when you can't spell.
Joani

La Porte, TX

#78 Nov 7, 2013
Wendy Whiner wrote:
An article worth reading!
“Abortion Barbie” Wendy Davis Claims in Court That She Has Mental Health Issues.
The Democrats intent on taking back Texas were so desperate for a hero, they turned to pink clad Wendy Davis with, as Vogue described her,“Barbie-doll looks”. They might live to regret that.
Back in 1996, Wendy Davis lost an election for the Fort Worth, TX City Council. After the election, she sued the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, the local newspaper, for defamation. In short, Davis did not like being criticized by the media (something she won’t have to worry about this go round), so she sued for those criticisms claiming they defamed her.
The Texas Court of Appeals and then the Texas Supreme Court both threw out her case. But it is worth noting that Davis, in making her case, claimed that the nasty newspaper, by virtue of criticizing her, damaged her “mental health.”
More worrisome regarding her mental stability, Davis sued the newspaper months after losing her city council and claimed that she “ha[d] suffered and [was] continuing to suffer damages to her mental health.”
Think about that. The best candidate the Texas Democrats could find to run is a lady who admits in open court that a newspaper editorial caused her mental health to be damaged.
Liberalism is a mental disorder. She is living proof.
Joani

La Porte, TX

#79 Nov 7, 2013
Texan wrote:
What's the matter? I'll bet she is more pleaseing to look at than you! Probably a lot smarter too.
It's spelled "pleasing." I wouldn't talk about anyone's intelligence when you can't spell.

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#80 Nov 7, 2013
Joani wrote:
<quoted text>It's spelled "pleasing." I wouldn't be talking about anyone's intelligence when you can't spell.
You'll have to excuse him, Joani... he rode the short bus.

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