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The Italian Lover, a virile A middle aged Italian gentlemen named Guido was relaxing at his favorite bar in Rome when he managed to attract a spectacular young blonde woman. Things progressed to the point where he led her back to his apartment and, after some small talk, they retired to his bedroom where he rattled her senseless. After a pleasant interlude, he asked with a smile, "So, you finish?" She paused for a second, frowned, and replied. "No."
Surprised, Guido reached for her and the rattling resumed. This time she thrashed about wildly and there were screams of passion. The sex finally ended and, again, Guido smiled and asked, "You finish?"
Again, after a short pause, she returned his smile, cuddled closer to him and softly said, "No."
Stunned, but damned if he was going to leave this woman unsatisfied, Guido reached for the woman yet again. Using the last of his strength, he barely managed it, but they ended together screaming, bucking, clawing and ripping the bed sheets. Exhausted, Guido fell onto his back, gasping. Barely able to turn his head, he looked into her eyes, smiled proudly and asked again, "You finish?"
Barely able to speak, the beautiful blonde whispered in his ear....."No, Norwegian.
LMAO! Ok BC, you finally did it...I laughed out loud at that one! Lol! Maybe, what we have here is just a problem of communication!:)
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I agree. That's what you need to do, Vote for Paul! LOL!
All 50 of you Teapublicans...and that's about all that'll be left by election time, from the looks of the way things are going now.
Just staple those ridiculous-looking Tea Bags on your little hats and trot your little happy azzes right into that voting booth and vote for that Loser! As a Democrat, I would love to see it! LMAO!
Linda, the Republicans are heading for a bruising primary process before choosing a candidate for 2016. If history is a guide, they will eventually choose a more moderate candidate than Paul or Cruz BUT, not before that moderate has been badly wounded by that process.
In my opinion, the best thing that could happen to Republicans would be to nominate a Paul or a Cruz. They might FINALLY get the idea that a majority of the electorate isn't where these guys are, and probably never will be. It would be another Goldwater moment for them, and just might usher in a more reasonable political era in our country.
Democrats went through a similar identity crisis with the nomination of McGovern. I was a young man then, and not very interested in politics, but even I recognized the futility of that nomination.
We live in interesting times ! Have a great day my friend.

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He would have to fight the RINOs tooth & nail just like he did in the 70's. The likes of Boehner, Rove, McCain, et. al. would say he's too conservative.
Don't you just know that the Republican Party Leadership is kicking their own Azzes for Ever allowing the Tea Party to come into their Ranks. They'd NEVER admit it, but I'll betcha they're sweating bullets and having nightmares every night, thinking "What Have We Done"? The Koch Bros.'s money wasn't worth all the headaches and lost elections and I'll be they know that NOW, but it's alittle too late.

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<quoted text>Linda, the Republicans are heading for a bruising primary process before choosing a candidate for 2016. If history is a guide, they will eventually choose a more moderate candidate than Paul or Cruz BUT, not before that moderate has been badly wounded by that process.
In my opinion, the best thing that could happen to Republicans would be to nominate a Paul or a Cruz. They might FINALLY get the idea that a majority of the electorate isn't where these guys are, and probably never will be. It would be another Goldwater moment for them, and just might usher in a more reasonable political era in our country.
Democrats went through a similar identity crisis with the nomination of McGovern. I was a young man then, and not very interested in politics, but even I recognized the futility of that nomination.
We live in interesting times ! Have a great day my friend.
Good Morning, OT.:) I remember McGovern very well, but never in my Lifetime, have I ever seen anything even remotely close to what's going on now...NEVER!
Actually, I may have even voted for McGovern...I frankly don't remember.
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SexySassySenior wrote:
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Don't you just know that the Republican Party Leadership is kicking their own Azzes for Ever allowing the Tea Party to come into their Ranks. They'd NEVER admit it, but I'll betcha they're sweating bullets and having nightmares every night, thinking "What Have We Done"? The Koch Bros.'s money wasn't worth all the headaches and lost elections and I'll be they know that NOW, but it's alittle too late.
The Republican elitists absolutely hate the TeaParty - but not for the reason you believe. The TeaParty is attempting to reign the Pubs back towards Constitutional government and the Pub elites are fighting it tooth and nail - they like the status quo of big, bloated government...just not as big and bloated and the Dims. Both the Dims and Pubs love the power they have and don't want to let it revert to where the Founders intended: the people.

The Tea Party could have tried to effect a change to the Democrat party back to actually abiding by the Constitution, however - it is too far gone.
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I was taking out the trash last night, looked up and spotted a dandy meteor shoot low across the Eastern sky, running North to South.

The Perseids Meteor Shower has technically begun, but peak will not occur until the wee hours of August 12. Still, you can catch some nice shooting stars over the next few weeks. Eyes to the sky!
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Welfare has been growing for decades and Obama has accelerated welfare spending. Today, over a third of Americans now receive some type of welfare aid, with an average of $9,000 per person totaling nearly $1 trillion in taxpayer dollars annually.

Taxpayers have financed almost $20 trillion in welfare spending since the 1960s — more than the cost of ALL of America’s military wars combined—but the poverty rate has hardly budged. America’s welfare system has failed the poor.

So much for LBJ's "Great Society"

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The Republican elitists absolutely hate the TeaParty - but not for the reason you believe. The TeaParty is attempting to reign the Pubs back towards Constitutional government and the Pub elites are fighting it tooth and nail - they like the status quo of big, bloated government...just not as big and bloated and the Dims. Both the Dims and Pubs love the power they have and don't want to let it revert to where the Founders intended: the people.
The Tea Party could have tried to effect a change to the Democrat party back to actually abiding by the Constitution, however - it is too far gone.
But, the MAJORITY of the American People DO NOT want what you TEApublicans want and they have made that very clear more than once! So, what you're basically saying is that you want everything YOUR way and to he*l with what the Biggest Majority of the American People want. It's all about YOU and what YOU want, not the American People as a whole, so don't even try to sell that crock of crap. It won't fly with ANYBODY!
And BTW, "Constitutionalists" are known Crazies, too! Two of them killed two Cops in Memphis, on a Traffic Stop, because they don't believe they should even have to have Drivers License or Car Tags! The 16-year-old brainwashed Son of the Driver opened fire and killed the Two Unsuspecting Cops in the middle of the Interstate, for absolutely NO legitimate reason, other than Constitutionalists are CRAZY!

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Here's one of the Milder examples of what Constitutionalists believe:

Constitutionalists come in two varieties.

There is the first variety that believes law should only stem from the exact words of the constitution. EXCEPT in the fourth, fifth and sixth Amendment where the words are apparently wrong and "accused" only means citizen.

And in Article One, Section 8 where congress being allowed to raise taxes doesn't actually exist and where the commerce clause and its right to regulate trade between the several states also doesn't exist. Oh and they also don't believe that part where the judiciary is an equal branch. Since accused should get a fair trial and the Supreme court shouldn't be allowed to do its job - unless its a law they disagree with then the Supreme court should do its job

The other kind of constitutionalist favors the "original intent" of the founders before the amendments. Where
- There is no income tax
- Blacks are slaves
- Women don't have the right to vote
- President gets inaugurated on March 3
- People have no rights vis-a-vis the government since the bill of rights was after the "original intent" of the founders.

http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index...
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SexySassySenior wrote:
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But, the MAJORITY of the American People DO NOT want what you TEApublicans want and they have made that very clear more than once! So, what you're basically saying is that you want everything YOUR way and to he*l with what the Biggest Majority of the American People want. It's all about YOU and what YOU want, not the American People as a whole, so don't even try to sell that crock of crap. It won't fly with ANYBODY!
And BTW, "Constitutionalists" are known Crazies, too! Two of them killed two Cops in Memphis, on a Traffic Stop, because they don't believe they should even have to have Drivers License or Car Tags! The 16-year-old brainwashed Son of the Driver opened fire and killed the Two Unsuspecting Cops in the middle of the Interstate, for absolutely NO legitimate reason, other than Constitutionalists are CRAZY!
You may be correct. For over 50 years the federal government has been slowly but surely taking God-given rights from the people and making them dependent on the government. Basically the government has made many zombies who grovel to the government teet for virtually everything.

Crazy? What is crazy is starting out with the best form of government ever devised by man - and then letting liberal/progressive theology destroy it.
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SexySassySenior wrote:
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Good Morning, OT.:) I remember McGovern very well, but never in my Lifetime, have I ever seen anything even remotely close to what's going on now...NEVER!
Actually, I may have even voted for McGovern...I frankly don't remember.
Well, in some ways I agree that we haven't seen this level of obstruction....then again, remember when Clinton won ? The Republicans began immediately with Travelgate, followed by Whitewatergate, and a half-dozen more "scandals" which resulted in endless investigations, a special prosecutor and eventual impeachment.
Remember the Newt Gingrich speakership ? The collapse of Hillarycare ? Through it all, Clinton's approval ratings kept IMPROVING !
I have asked myself why and I always come up with one answer....the economy. Obama has stopped the bleeding in the economy, but it is far from booming and that fact is holding down his approval ratings, compared to Clinton's. Without widespread approval numbers, Republicans feel empowered to block anything Obama proposes, and that further lowers his approval. In short, Obama is caught between a rock and a hard place.

I was tickled when one of our resident tea partiers reported that homeownership in America was fallen under Obama. That just might have happened because there is no support in congress to help renters to buy homes, since the tea party blamed those who bought homes in the housing bubble and couldn't afford them, with the economic collapse. Naturally, the tea party exonerated Wall Street, which was the real cause of the collapse.....
Now the tea partiers can have it both ways. They can block government help for Americans to buy their first home, while blaming Obama's policies for the drop in homeownership.
That takes some nerve, something tea partiers have no lack of !
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SexySassySenior wrote:
Here's one of the Milder examples of what Constitutionalists believe:
Constitutionalists come in two varieties.
There is the first variety that believes law should only stem from the exact words of the constitution. EXCEPT in the fourth, fifth and sixth Amendment where the words are apparently wrong and "accused" only means citizen.
And in Article One, Section 8 where congress being allowed to raise taxes doesn't actually exist and where the commerce clause and its right to regulate trade between the several states also doesn't exist. Oh and they also don't believe that part where the judiciary is an equal branch. Since accused should get a fair trial and the Supreme court shouldn't be allowed to do its job - unless its a law they disagree with then the Supreme court should do its job
The other kind of constitutionalist favors the "original intent" of the founders before the amendments. Where
- There is no income tax
- Blacks are slaves
- Women don't have the right to vote
- President gets inaugurated on March 3
- People have no rights vis-a-vis the government since the bill of rights was after the "original intent" of the founders.
http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index...
You are generalizing what someone else thinks of those who disagree with liberal and or socialist theology.
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Welfare has been growing for decades and Obama has accelerated welfare spending. Today, over a third of Americans now receive some type of welfare aid, with an average of $9,000 per person totaling nearly $1 trillion in taxpayer dollars annually.
Taxpayers have financed almost $20 trillion in welfare spending since the 1960s — more than the cost of ALL of America’s military wars combined—but the poverty rate has hardly budged. America’s welfare system has failed the poor.
So much for LBJ's "Great Society"
Romney was stating facts about the 47% that were drawing some sort of welfare or entitlements but it killed him in the election. The people getting a free ride do not want to rock the boat. It is not the country it was 10 years age and will never be again until we do the same as Detroit and go bankrupt. The country has the same type leadership Detroit has.
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<quoted text> Well, in some ways I agree that we haven't seen this level of obstruction....then again, remember when Clinton won ? The Republicans began immediately with Travelgate, followed by Whitewatergate, and a half-dozen more "scandals" which resulted in endless investigations, a special prosecutor and eventual impeachment.
Remember the Newt Gingrich speakership ? The collapse of Hillarycare ? Through it all, Clinton's approval ratings kept IMPROVING !
I have asked myself why and I always come up with one answer....the economy. Obama has stopped the bleeding in the economy, but it is far from booming and that fact is holding down his approval ratings, compared to Clinton's. Without widespread approval numbers, Republicans feel empowered to block anything Obama proposes, and that further lowers his approval. In short, Obama is caught between a rock and a hard place.
I was tickled when one of our resident tea partiers reported that homeownership in America was fallen under Obama. That just might have happened because there is no support in congress to help renters to buy homes, since the tea party blamed those who bought homes in the housing bubble and couldn't afford them, with the economic collapse. Naturally, the tea party exonerated Wall Street, which was the real cause of the collapse.....
Now the tea partiers can have it both ways. They can block government help for Americans to buy their first home, while blaming Obama's policies for the drop in homeownership.
That takes some nerve, something tea partiers have no lack of !
No. The cause of the housing market bust was the government mandating banks to lend money to those who could not repay the loans. Jimmy Carter and Community Reinvestment Act along with Clinton upping the ante on it.

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You may be correct. For over 50 years the federal government has been slowly but surely taking God-given rights from the people and making them dependent on the government. Basically the government has made many zombies who grovel to the government teet for virtually everything.
Crazy? What is crazy is starting out with the best form of government ever devised by man - and then letting liberal/progressive theology destroy it.
So, you want to go back almost 300 years and start out all over again, in making the Gov't. just the way YOU want it.

Folks, I ask you...is this the thinking of a Sane and Rational Mind? I'm telling you, THESE PEOPLE ARE CRAZY!

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Welfare has been growing for decades and Obama has accelerated welfare spending. Today, over a third of Americans now receive some type of welfare aid, with an average of $9,000 per person totaling nearly $1 trillion in taxpayer dollars annually.
Taxpayers have financed almost $20 trillion in welfare spending since the 1960s — more than the cost of ALL of America’s military wars combined—but the poverty rate has hardly budged. America’s welfare system has failed the poor.
So much for LBJ's "Great Society"
After your IDOL, Dubya, crashed the Economy, what did you expect Obama to do, let the American People starve when they lost their jobs?
Well, that's a stupid question...OF COURSE, YOU DID!
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So, you want to go back almost 300 years and start out all over again, in making the Gov't. just the way YOU want it.
Folks, I ask you...is this the thinking of a Sane and Rational Mind? I'm telling you, THESE PEOPLE ARE CRAZY!
First off, the Constitution is not 300 years old.

Secondly, the Constitution was designed so that changes could be made as needed.

Thirdly, it really is a mute point anyway - as the Constitution is not being followed.

Thank you for resorting to calling me crazy simply because I disagree with you.
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The U.S. Department of Justice has revealed in a court filing it agrees with the philosophy of the German government that bureaucrats can punish homeschooling parents.

The agency contended parental rights to keep children free from instruction that violates faith essentially are negligible when the government’s goal is an “open society.”

The arguments were made in a pleading before the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals that urges the judges to send a German homeschooling family, the Romeikes, back to Germany where members likely would face persecution.

“The goal in Germany is for an ‘open, pluralistic society,’” wrote the government’s pleading, signed by Senior Litigation Counsel Robert N. Markle in Washington.

German law, he argued, requires attendance at government schools, and punishment is levied against anyone failing to comply, even due to religious objections.

His argument to the appellate court cited a German court decision, which stated:“The general public has a justified interest in counteracting the development of religiously or philosophically motivated ‘parallel societies’ and in integrating minorities in this area. Integration does not only require that the majority of the population does not exclude religious or ideological minorities, but, in fact, that these minorities do not segregate themselves and that they do not close themselves off to a dialogue with dissenters and people of other beliefs. Dialogue with such minorities is an enrichment for an open pluralistic society. The learning and practicing of this in the sense of experienced tolerance is an important lesson right from the elementary school stage. The presence of a broad spectrum of convictions in a classroom can sustainably develop the ability of all pupils in being tolerant and exercising the dialogue that is a basic requirement of democratic decision-making process.”

http://www.wnd.com/2013/07/doj-governments-ca...

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<quoted text> Well, in some ways I agree that we haven't seen this level of obstruction....then again, remember when Clinton won ? The Republicans began immediately with Travelgate, followed by Whitewatergate, and a half-dozen more "scandals" which resulted in endless investigations, a special prosecutor and eventual impeachment.
Remember the Newt Gingrich speakership ? The collapse of Hillarycare ? Through it all, Clinton's approval ratings kept IMPROVING !
I have asked myself why and I always come up with one answer....the economy. Obama has stopped the bleeding in the economy, but it is far from booming and that fact is holding down his approval ratings, compared to Clinton's. Without widespread approval numbers, Republicans feel empowered to block anything Obama proposes, and that further lowers his approval. In short, Obama is caught between a rock and a hard place.
I was tickled when one of our resident tea partiers reported that homeownership in America was fallen under Obama. That just might have happened because there is no support in congress to help renters to buy homes, since the tea party blamed those who bought homes in the housing bubble and couldn't afford them, with the economic collapse. Naturally, the tea party exonerated Wall Street, which was the real cause of the collapse.....
Now the tea partiers can have it both ways. They can block government help for Americans to buy their first home, while blaming Obama's policies for the drop in homeownership.
That takes some nerve, something tea partiers have no lack of !
As usual, OT, you are absolutely right about every point! TEApublicans are like sharks circling in the waters and when a Black Man got elected to the Presidency, they went into their full attack feeding frenzy and they won't stop until they devour his bones, or we get rid of them! I believe the American People are well on their way to getting rid of them because we have had all we can stand of their Terrorist Tactics!
If I had my way, we'd ship them ALL to Afghanistan. That Country is better suited to them, in every way, than this One is!

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