Since: Nov 08

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#2673 Jan 28, 2013
Neider wrote:
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Would note that Chuck Hagel is a Vietnam Vet and would make a fine Secretary of Defense and that those that oppose him never served in the US military or worse, were draft dodgers. Am looking at you Rush Limbaugh.
You know Chuck Hagel is wealthy, right?

Since: Nov 08

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#2674 Jan 28, 2013
Help Me wrote:
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Draft dodgers? You forgot Ted Nugent and Dick Cheney. Non-military defense hawks? That would include most of the GOP.
Well, it you are saying MOST of the GOP, then I'm saying ALL of the Dems.
jeb stuart

Savannah, GA

#2675 Jan 28, 2013
Synergy wrote:
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OMG!
good to hear from ya,ole pal!i agree omg!
jeb stuart

Savannah, GA

#2676 Jan 28, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
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What a great American Teddy was.
If he ran for office today, the 47% of Americans who voted fr Romney would be convinced Teddy Roosevelt of a liberal, socialist commie Democrat.
Lord, 47 % of us have drifted so far to the right we make Mussolini seem like a lovable liberal.
good to hear from you again,trooper.yeah,teddy is one of my all-time favorites.and you are right(or teddy would be left).anyway i know what you mean!
jeb stuart

Savannah, GA

#2677 Jan 28, 2013
jeb stuart wrote:
<quoted text>good to hear from ya,ole pal!i agree omg!
party allegiance notwithstanding,i just noticed that we have a full moon.do you think this could have anything to do with some of these recent posts:)!
jeb stuart

Savannah, GA

#2678 Jan 29, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
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What a great American Teddy was.
If he ran for office today, the 47% of Americans who voted fr Romney would be convinced Teddy Roosevelt of a liberal, socialist commie Democrat.
Lord, 47 % of us have drifted so far to the right we make Mussolini seem like a lovable liberal.
y'know i was thinking along the same lines,and 'atilla the hun' would be a 'middle of the roader'.

Since: Jan 10

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#2680 Jan 29, 2013
fall in it wrote:
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...
With so many well informed conservative republicans you would think they could have beaten a black man born in some other country with only a fake education....
It's a pretty good indication that the takers now outnumber the makers. How long will it last?
LMFAO

Blairsville, GA

#2681 Jan 29, 2013
Bill in Dville wrote:
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It's a pretty good indication that the takers now outnumber the makers. How long will it last?
In Towns County, not much longer.
Polemics

Douglasville, GA

#2682 Jan 29, 2013
Synergy wrote:
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I take it, then, you are anti-abortion?.
I am not sure which orifice you pulled that idea from. If wingnuts think a 2 month embryo is a child why donít they buy a casket and hold a funeral for a miscarriage?
Polemics

Douglasville, GA

#2683 Jan 29, 2013
Ga Girl 56 wrote:
<quoted text>Progressive you mean, socialistic medicine, more entitlement programs, Obamacare, taking from the rich to support those that don't want to work, but live on our hard earned money. Let me tell you something. My husband is retired. Our health insurance costs almost $20,000 a year. I never reach my deductible my husband does because of serious health issues. Obamacare bull crap. I'll never have it. My husband and I paid out social security by mid year for years. We earned those benefits and we paid our taxes since we were in our late teens. I'll never be an Obamacare user. What's going to happen is Drs. are going to refuse to take any health care plans because of the administration costs, that will send the poor to the emergency rooms for care costing the government 5 times what it would otherwise. Those of us that keep our private coverage will pay out of pocket and file with our private insurances. Some of us don't want handouts. We have paid our way all our lives and will continue to do so till the day we die because we scrimped and saved and paid into our 401k plans for our entire lives. We don't need Obamacare. We can pay our own way, thank you very much.
Hope your mental coverage is paid up, you give us reason to believe it will be needed soon.
Don

Atlanta, GA

#2684 Jan 29, 2013
Ga Girl 56 wrote:
<quoted text>I don't know if anyone has pointed this out to you lately but this is AMERICA!!!!! I don't concern myself with what governments choose to do in other countries especially Taiwan.
So you don't mind having the most expensive health care system in the world? When the chunk of the GDP that healthcare costs eats jumps from 18% to 25% you will be singing a different tune. Israel, Switzerland, Taiwan, Japan, Germany .... the list goes on an on of countries whose healthcare expenditures are only in the single digits yet here we are at 18%.
Don

Atlanta, GA

#2685 Jan 29, 2013
Synergy wrote:
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You know Chuck Hagel is wealthy, right?
Compared to who?
Don

Atlanta, GA

#2687 Jan 29, 2013
Abortions have always been available in this country to the well-off and connected. The question is whether the poor will continue to have the same access. In some states they do not.

DIY abortions are on the rise in the USA. Before the de-criminalization of abortion, death by complications from abortion was the #3 cause of women deaths. Now it isn't even in the top 100.

Anyone read "Freakanomics?" These authors were the darlings of the Bush administration for a short time until it was revealed that they proved that the rapid decrease in crime in large American cities was due to the de-criminalization of abortion. In other words, a whole generation of unwanted children who would have turned into criminals were never born.
you are also

Winter Haven, FL

#2688 Jan 29, 2013
Synergy wrote:
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Well, it you are saying MOST of the GOP, then I'm saying ALL of the Dems.
a clueless moron, probably a brother or maybe even the same person as this other clueless moron. And both of you can be thanked for the downfall of the current repug party. The party will survive, but without nuts like you two.
Don

Atlanta, GA

#2689 Jan 29, 2013
jeb stuart wrote:
<quoted text>good to hear from you again,trooper.yeah,teddy is one of my all-time favorites.and you are right(or teddy would be left).anyway i know what you mean!
Yes, T Roosevelt was a true Progressive who shaped the country we live in today. He took on the elites and won and so leveled the playing field for generations. The current GOP is regressive.

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#2690 Jan 29, 2013
Polemics wrote:
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I am not sure which orifice you pulled that idea from. If wingnuts think a 2 month embryo is a child why donít they buy a casket and hold a funeral for a miscarriage?
Well, you referred to soldiers as baby killers, so logically you don't like baby killers. Ohhhh, you pick and choose WHICH baby killers you don't like.(Typical agenda jockying.)
BTW, The ONLY orifice I know of is YOU.(... orifice of the nether regions, that is.)

And before you start your ridiculous under rock dwelling insanity, I am not pro abortion, but I AM pro choice.

Since: Nov 08

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#2691 Jan 29, 2013
Don wrote:
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Compared to who?
Well, I read his wikipedia biography. Perhaps YOU should. His wealth doesn't bother me one bit. He earned it. Good for him.

Since: Nov 08

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#2692 Jan 29, 2013
Don wrote:
Abortions have always been available in this country to the well-off and connected. The question is whether the poor will continue to have the same access. In some states they do not.
DIY abortions are on the rise in the USA. Before the de-criminalization of abortion, death by complications from abortion was the #3 cause of women deaths. Now it isn't even in the top 100.
Anyone read "Freakanomics?" These authors were the darlings of the Bush administration for a short time until it was revealed that they proved that the rapid decrease in crime in large American cities was due to the de-criminalization of abortion. In other words, a whole generation of unwanted children who would have turned into criminals were never born.
How do you KNOW those children would have turned into criminals? You must have magical powers. I'm impressed.

Since: Jan 10

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#2693 Jan 29, 2013
Polemics wrote:
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Hope your mental coverage is paid up, you give us reason to believe it will be needed soon.
Kind of an ironic comment, coming from you.

Pot. Kettle. Black.

Since: Nov 08

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#2694 Jan 29, 2013
you are also wrote:
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a clueless moron, probably a brother or maybe even the same person as this other clueless moron. And both of you can be thanked for the downfall of the current repug party. The party will survive, but without nuts like you two.
Wonder why you liberals can't express yourselves without name calling? That's one thing a person can count on. When someone doesn't agree with a leftie, the name calling starts. Why don't you register with Topix and then you MIGHT have at least a little cred. Relax. You are going to get everything you voted for. I can't wait!!!

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