Who do you support for U.S. Senate in...
TSF

Greenville, NC

#39940 May 11, 2013
The problem is that there is very little fracking natural gas in NC except around Raleigh. That's fine with me if they frack Raleigh. There is quite a bit of frozen methane beneath the coastal waters as well as oil. The noreasters , hurricaines and fast currents kind of make drilling dangerous, difficult and potentially devastating to the fishing industry. Morehead is the only deep water port to work out of.
waco1909 wrote:
<quoted text> Bout time y'all joined the party!
TSF

Greenville, NC

#39941 May 11, 2013
Call Patrick McHenry. He is into that weird republikan perversion stuff.Or there is Larry Craig. You could be happy then with your own kind.
waco1909 wrote:
<quoted text>I agree, but you still haven't answered my question whether or not you'll masturbate with me to a picture of Michael Jackson's dead body. Will you be my new Boy George doll?

“Vote”

Since: May 12

Houston

#39942 May 11, 2013
TSF, that nut doesn't have any if its own kind!
waco1909

Ashburn, VA

#39943 May 12, 2013
TSF wrote:
Call Patrick McHenry. He is into that weird republikan perversion stuff.Or there is Larry Craig. You could be happy then with your own kind.
<quoted text>
TSF, let's consummate our gay relationship with your pole in my hole. I wanna to be your blow up doll.

“Vote”

Since: May 12

Houston

#39945 May 12, 2013
Benghazi is taking off, and the IRS admits targeting conservative groups....this can't be good for the dems....

“Arch Nemisis of Democrats”

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#39946 May 12, 2013
waco1909 wrote:
Benghazi is taking off, and the IRS admits targeting conservative groups....this can't be good for the dems....
It isn't.

“Vote”

Since: May 12

Houston

#39947 May 12, 2013
After two terms, the dems seen to think that they have things all sewed up.Recent events are proving otherwise.Expect the dems to pay a heavy price in the 2014 midterms, if the republicans regain control of both houses, Obamacare may well be dead in the water, and the liberal renaissance could be aborted as well.
TSF

Greenville, NC

#39948 May 12, 2013
It would be interesting to find out who instructed IRS agents in Cincinnati to target anyone.
waco1909 wrote:
Benghazi is taking off, and the IRS admits targeting conservative groups....this can't be good for the dems....

“Vote”

Since: May 12

Houston

#39949 May 12, 2013
TSF wrote:
It would be interesting to find out who instructed IRS agents in Cincinnati to target anyone.
<quoted text>
No matter which party does it, using IRS as political weapon CAN'T BE ALLOWED!!!
TSF

Greenville, NC

#39950 May 12, 2013
The shenanigans are rampant on both sides


Washington Republicans Try To Fire Supreme Court Judges By Making Them Draw Straws

By Aviva Shen on Mar 7, 2013 at 6:00 pm

Angry over a recent Washington Supreme Court decision finding the state must put more funds into basic education, GOP state lawmakers are proposing the additional money come from downsizing the state Supreme Court to 5 justices from 9. Senate Bill 5867, sponsored by failed US Senate candidate state Sen. Michael Baumgartner (R-WA), would make the justices draw straws to decide who had to hang up their robes:

“On June 30, 2013, all existing judges of the state supreme court, shall meet in public to cast lots by drawing straws,” the bill says.“Effective July 1,2013, the positions of the four judges casting losing lots by drawing the shortest straws shall be terminated.”

The bill’s sponsor, state Sen. Michael Baumgartner, said the job cuts could save about $1.5 million in salary and administrative costs.

“Every dollar we save by eliminating these four positions would be automatically funneled to K-12 education to help meet the guidelines the Supreme Court laid out in the McCleary decision,” Baumgartner said in a news release.

In the education case, McCleary v. State of Washington, 7 justices decided the state was failing to uphold a constitutional obligation to fully fund basic education. The decision stated that education was the “paramount” obligation, and funding cannot be cut purely to mitigate the state’s budget shortfall. To this end, the court now requires annual reports of progress by the Legislature. Eliminating 4 seats, as Baumgartner proposed, would almost definitely take out at least some of the offending justices.

The bill was introduced just a week after the court dealt conservatives another blow; a 6-3 decision invalidated a requirement that two-thirds of the Legislature must agree to any tax increase.
waco1909 wrote:
<quoted text> No matter which party does it, using IRS as political weapon CAN'T BE ALLOWED!!!

“Vote”

Since: May 12

Houston

#39951 May 12, 2013
What else is new.
TSF

Greenville, NC

#39952 May 12, 2013
The day that either party gains the upper hand will be a sad day for the USA. Right now nationally , we have the extreme right wing nut tea party neocons pretty much balanced by the extreme left wing nut la de da liberals. North Carolina is an example of giving either party total control and sending the entire government down an Alice in Wonderland rabbit hole.
waco1909 wrote:
After two terms, the dems seen to think that they have things all sewed up.Recent events are proving otherwise.Expect the dems to pay a heavy price in the 2014 midterms, if the republicans regain control of both houses, Obamacare may well be dead in the water, and the liberal renaissance could be aborted as well.

“Vote”

Since: May 12

Houston

#39953 May 12, 2013
My friend in DHS says we have no idea what is coming.He refurbishes used military equipment for DHS, he says this will become a national militia for DHS.They are buying everything in sight.
Von Haufstettler

Germany

#39954 May 12, 2013
Buffoons
TSF

Greenville, NC

#39955 May 12, 2013





The Department of Homeland Security is under investigation for purchasing large stockpiles of ammunition, days before legislation was introduced that would restrict the amount a government agency can legally buy.

The Government Accountability Office is now conducting the investigation into the alleged DHS purchases, which is “just getting underway,” GAO spokesman Chuck Young told US News & World Report.

DHS officials have repeatedly denied stockpiling ammunition, but AP reports claim that the agency plans to buy more than 1.6 billion rounds of ammunition over the next four or five years, and has already bought 360,000 rounds of hollow point bullets and 1.5 billion rounds in 2012.

DHS claims that it is buying ammo in bulk to save money, but experts have pointed out that hollow point bullets cost nearly twice as much as full metal jacket rounds. They also explode on impact for maximum damage, which has caused some Americans to wonder what purpose they would serve the DHS domestically. Purchasing 1.6 billion rounds of ammo would also give DH
waco1909 wrote:
My friend in DHS says we have no idea what is coming.He refurbishes used military equipment for DHS, he says this will become a national militia for DHS.They are buying everything in sight.

“Vote”

Since: May 12

Houston

#39956 May 12, 2013
TSF wrote:
The Department of Homeland Security is under investigation for purchasing large stockpiles of ammunition, days before legislation was introduced that would restrict the amount a government agency can legally buy.
The Government Accountability Office is now conducting the investigation into the alleged DHS purchases, which is “just getting underway,” GAO spokesman Chuck Young told US News & World Report.
DHS officials have repeatedly demdemurelyurely stockpiling ammunition, but AP reports claim that the agency plans to buy more than 1.6 billion rounds of ammunition over the next four or five years, and has already bought 360,000 rounds of hollow point bullets and 1.5 billion rounds in 2012.
DHS claims that it is buying ammo in bulk to save money, but experts have pointed out that hollow point bullets cost nearly twice as much as full metal jacket rounds. They also explode on impact for maximum damage, which has caused some Americans to wonder what purpose they would serve the DHS domestically. Purchasing 1.6 billion rounds of ammo would also give DH
<quoted text>
Wonder who they're planning on using those hollow points on....
Caldwell

Salt Lake City, UT

#39957 May 12, 2013
who do you think there is so much corruption within our system that who knows who's next.

“Vote”

Since: May 12

Houston

#39958 May 12, 2013
Caldwell wrote:
who do you think there is so much corruption within our system that who knows who's next.
THAT'S an awful lot of bullets.Hollow points do a lot of damage.Plus, senior military officers being forced to retire if they say they will not fire on Americans if ordered to do so.
Dianne

China Grove, NC

#39959 May 13, 2013
Have ALWAYS voted for Burr, but I am done with him. He has done this to himself. NO more votes from me.
A clear path to the call

Lombard, IL

#39961 May 13, 2013
No stupid Raymond Burr.

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