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Hilliard, OH

#41 May 7, 2013
WISE AMERICAN wrote:
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In my balanced opinion, the long term solution is to recognize middle eastern muslims and arabs as protected-class people, especially in Israel and the US.
Already done. Where have you been?

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#42 May 7, 2013
-Clayton Bigsby wrote:
<quoted text>It's not the 11th largest economy on Earth for nothing.
Pop Quiz, of the ten biggest states, which is the one with the lowest unemployment rate?

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Hilliard, OH

#43 May 7, 2013
-The-Artist- wrote:
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Pop Quiz, of the ten biggest states, which is the one with the lowest unemployment rate?
We have a winner! 6.4% and Lone Star beer.

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#44 May 7, 2013
-Clayton Bigsby wrote:
<quoted text>We have a winner! 6.4% and Lone Star beer.
Pop Quiz: Which of those 10 states has the highest unemployment?

Who controls both US Senate seats, most of the House delegation, all statewide executive offices, and supermajorities in the state legislature, along with most of the big city mayors and councils?

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#45 May 7, 2013
-The-Artist- wrote:
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Pop Quiz: Which of those 10 states has the highest unemployment?
Who controls both US Senate seats, most of the House delegation, all statewide executive offices, and supermajorities in the state legislature, along with most of the big city mayors and councils?
Michigan?

Oh, easy. The MSM.:-)

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#46 May 7, 2013
-Clayton Bigsby wrote:
<quoted text>Already done. Where have you been?
So true it's scary.

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#47 May 7, 2013
Seriouslady wrote:
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Michigan?
Oh, easy. The MSM.:-)
They don't have the highest unemployment rate.

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#48 May 7, 2013
Err, sorry but question 44 is out of date.

The highest of the 10 biggest states in unemployment is actually Illinois, I thought it was still California.

In IL, a RINO owns one US Senate seat, a full dope RINO owns one statewide office, a quarter-dope RINO owns the other.

Other statements describing the state are accurate.

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Columbus, OH

#49 May 8, 2013
-Clayton Bigsby wrote:
<quoted text>Jesus, you're a lunatic. Where did I say a word about your boy? I'm speaking broadly and I blame Nixon as one of the worst offenders.
You are a partisan leftist Demonrat poster child. You just proved it once and for all.
Weird, you never seemed to lash out about this issue as long as one of your Republican's were in office.

And Obama's not 'my boy' I didn't vote for him last time around. Unlike you, consistently voting for a party you claim you dislike.

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Columbus, OH

#50 May 8, 2013
-The-Artist- wrote:
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Your late night hero's sister just lost, to MARK SANFORD.
And your pseudo libertarians didn't run anyone.
I won't be surprised if you turn around and start calling him a Libertarian.(when the 2014 primary smokes him, I do think he'll switch parties)
I don't expect many Democrats will win anywhere in S. Carolina.

In 2014 I predict more Republican losses in both House and Senate races.

I have nothing against Sanford, I just thought he was dumb by not covering his affair better.

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#51 May 8, 2013
St of Circumstance wrote:
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I don't expect many Democrats will win anywhere in S. Carolina.
In 2014 I predict more Republican losses in both House and Senate races.
I have nothing against Sanford, I just thought he was dumb by not covering his affair better.
I've not heard a single observer of repute that thinks the Rs will lose seats in the Senate in 2014.

One would have to imagine that they gain nothing (1-3 gains are already assured) and lose in Kentucky and Georgia, along with Collins retiring in Maine.

A 10 seat R gain, is more likely than a 1 seat D gain.
Big Johnson

Columbus, OH

#52 May 8, 2013
-The-Artist- wrote:
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I've not heard a single observer of repute that thinks the Rs will lose seats in the Senate in 2014.
One would have to imagine that they gain nothing (1-3 gains are already assured) and lose in Kentucky and Georgia, along with Collins retiring in Maine.
A 10 seat R gain, is more likely than a 1 seat D gain.
Is that before or after the 'red' states secede?

Since: Apr 13

Columbus, OH

#53 May 8, 2013
WISE AMERICAN wrote:
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In my balanced opinion, the long term solution is to recognize middle eastern muslims and arabs as protected-class people, especially in Israel and the US.
I have to disagree with you on this one. Knowing that there are some who hide behind the cloak of being Muslim who have declared 'jihad' against so many, we need to view them the same.

I have no qualm with Islam but I do with the radicals, the same as I take issue with Christian zealots.

Treating anyone like a protected class is bias and bias is not what this country is about. We should respect Middle Easterners in general but always keep our guard up. We should try to ally ourselves with the nations who seek peace and let them deal with their nutjobs, with the understanding, if they don't, we will.
Mrs Big Johnson

Canal Winchester, OH

#54 May 8, 2013
Big Johnson wrote:
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Is that before or after the 'red' states secede?
That's before your bulging purple hemorrhoid is lanced.

Since: Apr 13

Columbus, OH

#55 May 8, 2013
-The-Artist- wrote:
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I've not heard a single observer of repute that thinks the Rs will lose seats in the Senate in 2014.
One would have to imagine that they gain nothing (1-3 gains are already assured) and lose in Kentucky and Georgia, along with Collins retiring in Maine.
A 10 seat R gain, is more likely than a 1 seat D gain.
If I'm not mistaken, you didn't think Obama would be re-elected nor would the R's lose seats in both the House and Senate in 2012. You're like George that way.

I'm more of a realist and face the fact that the longer the Republican controlled House fails to work in conjunction with the President, the will face the wrath of the voters who are sick of the standstill.
Big Johnson

Columbus, OH

#56 May 8, 2013
Mrs Big Johnson wrote:
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That's before your bulging purple hemorrhoid is lanced.
That will be after your bulging purple pudendum is pierced by my long lance.

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#57 May 8, 2013
St of Circumstance wrote:
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If I'm not mistaken, you didn't think Obama would be re-elected nor would the R's lose seats in both the House and Senate in 2012. You're like George that way.
I'm more of a realist and face the fact that the longer the Republican controlled House fails to work in conjunction with the President, the will face the wrath of the voters who are sick of the standstill.
I didn't make any predictions in 2012.

The legislature rarely gets the blame, as people say they don't like Congress, but like their Representative.

You, and the rest of the left, want the GOP to be the President's water carrier, the system of checks and balances doesn't work that way.

We also know that enough of the D base doesn't turn out without the Occupier on the ballot. That means they will probably lose some of the house seats they won in 2012.

For instance, Allen West was defeated by (fraud) a D last year, because he was highly polarizing, and Obama used racial anger over the Trayvon Marin case to juice up FL minority turnout.

The district is R+3, odds are that the D is a one-termer if a non-polarizing R is nominated.

Now, I have made a prediction regarding this year, as I expect the RINO nominated in MA to do a bit better than expected, and if Benghazi blowup is significant, he will win.
Mrs Big Johnson

Canal Winchester, OH

#58 May 8, 2013
Big Johnson wrote:
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That will be after your bulging purple pudendum is pierced by my long lance.
Remember what happened to your inflatable date and your mail offer extension?

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#59 May 8, 2013
-The-Artist- wrote:
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I didn't make any predictions in 2012.
The legislature rarely gets the blame, as people say they don't like Congress, but like their Representative.
You, and the rest of the left, want the GOP to be the President's water carrier, the system of checks and balances doesn't work that way.
We also know that enough of the D base doesn't turn out without the Occupier on the ballot. That means they will probably lose some of the house seats they won in 2012.
For instance, Allen West was defeated by (fraud) a D last year, because he was highly polarizing, and Obama used racial anger over the Trayvon Marin case to juice up FL minority turnout.
The district is R+3, odds are that the D is a one-termer if a non-polarizing R is nominated.
Now, I have made a prediction regarding this year, as I expect the RINO nominated in MA to do a bit better than expected, and if Benghazi blowup is significant, he will win.
Wasn't it 2012 when you were predicting massive secession of states from the US?

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#60 May 8, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
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Wasn't it 2012 when you were predicting massive secession of states from the US?
I have predicted that I think secession will happen eventually, I never specified a date.

A significant amount of signatures was received on those white house petitions, which I feel will one day become a real movement for the liberation of our people and our lands.

I never said that it would happen in the year 2012, RS is often accused of claiming that Texas would divide into five states specifically in that year, but I don't think he said that. I consider it to be a leftist word twisting.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Double_Irish_arr...

On his comments about the Netherlands, he was referring to the Dutch sandwich.

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