You dont know anyone in your offline life. You dont have one.<quoted text>
Let ME just tell you something ... PUNK ...
Conservatives ... you know Repub's ...
At least the ones I know in my offline life ...
Will never SUBMIT to anyone ...
It will ONLY be ...
the COWARDLY libTARDS ...
That go there ... submissively ...
you can BET your LIFE on that!
"Fox News Sunday" is heading to Louisville, Ky. Jack Conway, Kentucky's attorney general and the Democratic candidate for Senate , and Rand Paul, the Republican nominee and son of Representative Ron Paul, Republican of Texas, have agreed to a live debate on "Fox News Sunday" on Oct.3 at 9 a.m. (Eastern time).
Join the discussion below, or Read more at thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com.
#76112 Jan 20, 2013
#76113 Jan 20, 2013
"you" are so LOW on the scale ...
"you" don't EVEN 'register'...
#76115 Jan 20, 2013
I bet your scales fear you. That would about it
Since: Dec 11
#76116 Jan 20, 2013
Democratic slogan "Lean Forward" is progressive speak for "Bend Over"! which is why Obama and the DNC is so Gay Rights!
#76117 Jan 20, 2013
TWA,, go back to school you scumbag loser!!!
#76118 Jan 20, 2013
Tobacco ... ya know Cigarettes
FUNDED The American Revolution WAR
1776: AMERICAN REVOLUTION Along "Tobacco Coast" (the Chesapeake), the Revolutionary War was variously known as "The Tobacco War." Growers had found themselves perpetually in debt to British merchants; by 1776, growers owed the mercantile houses millions of pounds. British tobacco taxes are a further grievance. Tobacco helps finance the Revolution by serving as collateral for the loan Benjamin Franklin won from France--the security was 5 million pounds of Virginia tobacco. George Washington once appealed to his countrymen for aid to the army: "If you can't send money, send tobacco." During the war, it was tobacco exports that the fledgling government used to build up credits abroad. And, when the war was over, Americans turned to tobacco taxes to help repay the revolutionary war debt.
Separation of Church/State
in the US Constitution
Executive privilege is a right to withhold information from the legislative and judicial branches by the President or by one of the executive departments.
There is question of whether the right exists at all, a question that has lingered since the very first President, George Washington, asserted executive privilege in his very first term.
Most times, executive privilege is asserted for purported national security reasons.
BUSH "was" a War Time president ...
War Time president's duties
#76119 Jan 20, 2013
You matter to noone. If it wasnt for the internet, you would be even lonelier than you appear.
#76120 Jan 20, 2013
Not BAD for 5'9"
Check it out ...
#76121 Jan 20, 2013
I've "invited you" to come visit ...
Check THAT out, too ...
#76122 Jan 20, 2013
ALL in the "eyes" of the Beholder ...
Since: Dec 11
#76123 Jan 20, 2013
is this another noone typo?
it's like this NO ONE, two words, see?
#76124 Jan 20, 2013
BET ya didn't "know" as much
as "you" THOUGHT ya did ...
THAT means "you" ARE 'dumber'
than you APPEAR ...
#76125 Jan 20, 2013
Why don't you join your other 2 Stooge brothers ...
DonkeyMan and wtf...you guys have something in common...S~T~U~P~I~D~I~T~Y ...make your own thread...
#76126 Jan 20, 2013
And it's HEAR, not HERE. See, I can be a nitpicking twatface, too!
#76127 Jan 20, 2013
Now put your other leg on
#76128 Jan 20, 2013
You have it correct.
The wealthy few own most of Congress who are prostitutes who have to divide and conquer our ignorant masses.
Government Bailouts: A U.S. Tradition Dating to Hamilton
SEPTEMBER 20, 2008 / http://tinyurl.com/ygk788s
The bubble pops. Lenders freeze. Depositors lose faith. Panic spreads. And the government steps in because nobody else will.
Today it is Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson and Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke putting together the rescue package for a financial system rocked by falling home prices and a wave of defaults on subprime mortgages.
But a short walk through U.S. history demonstrates the point made by Alex J. Pollock of the American Enterprise Institute: "If you would like an empirical law of government behavior, it is that in a panic or threatened financial collapse, governments intervene -- every government, every party, every country, every time."
The Constitution 101:
In the Federalist Papers it said: We were not going to have a monarchy, and we were not going to have a democracy.$$$$$$$
And to this day we have neither. For two hundred years we have had an oligarchical system in which men of property can do well (Dumbya Bush), and others are on their own.$$$$$$$
American politics is essentially a family affair, as are most oligarchies. When the father of the Constitution, James Madison, was asked how on earth any business could get done in Congress when the country contained 100 million people whose representatives would number half a thousand, Madison took the line that oligarchy's iron law always obtains: A few people invariably run the show; and keep it, if they can, in the family.$$$$$$$
Our founding fathers had such a fear and loathing of democracy that they invented the Electoral College so that the popular voice of the people could be throttled, much as the Supreme Court throttled the Floridians on December 12, 2000.$$$$$$$
We were to be neither a democracy, subject to majoritarian tyranny, nor a dictatorship, subject to Caesarean folly.$$$$$$$
As American media is controlled by that corporate America which provides us with political candidates a well-informed electorate is not possible.$$$$$$$
#76129 Jan 20, 2013
Would you promise to stay away from it with your broken english and conspiracy theories?
#76130 Jan 20, 2013
What "you" see
WHAT you get ...
#76131 Jan 20, 2013
...right at your dumbazz ...
#76132 Jan 20, 2013
Ever heard the phrase ...
You ain't the fattening kind
I can't BUY fat ...
Told ya ...
Long & LEAN ...
Wanna SEE ???
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