The President has failed us

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This week, I decided to list the reasons I would not vote for Barack Obama in the next election.

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Most of them take their own lives as part of the rampage.
They don't expect to survive or get away. They expect to die.
More killing isn't the answer.
You're right. There doesn't seem to be any kind of deterrent to prevent these tragedies. Even bans are not that great of an answer. Bans come and go with the changing of the guard but the killings continue.

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"I know it is none of my business"
You're right and you should tattoo that on your butt so you don't forget.
Talking about ink I hear it is addicting...

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It makes him feel like a real man.
Gender reassignment couldn't make him feel like a real man.

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Angels Flight wrote:
<quoted text>It's more of a medieval times style that went global.
Maybe when they didn't have bullets but rope and blade? The blade would have come before NOT would it have, vines?

The first that got tangled, he fell to the floor hello what happened to you he didn't speak anymore... AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

Then they came for ever more...
for a 1000 years anyways...

Lot's can be accomplished in that time... DO'nt you think>???

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Jaxxon wrote:
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I read the quote you were replying to.
I heard it through the grape vine that he was wrong about Jack getting a warning too.
:)
I never believe anything wingers write. Lying comes easy for them, it's part of their pitiful sub-culture.

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USMail XXXII wrote:
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"I know it is none of my business"
You're right and you should tattoo that on your butt so you don't forget.
Or on Quirky's butt where he can read it regularly!

I'm enjoying a bowl of Honey Bunches of Oats with Raspberries and peaches - YUM! You still having your nightly bowl?

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Tinka wrote:
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Talking about ink I hear it is addicting...
You never say Hey anymore...
Hey Tinks. I didn't realize that you were around. LOL!

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-Old Salty Dog- wrote:
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Your rainbow is a dead give away if you are trying to hide your identity. Dumb and dumber doesn't get any dumber than that. Does it, Jaxxon? lol
You tell us - are you 'Dumb' or 'Dumber'?

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Angels Flight wrote:
<quoted text>You're right. There doesn't seem to be any kind of deterrent to prevent these tragedies. Even bans are not that great of an answer. Bans come and go with the changing of the guard but the killings continue.
The guard has to re-think?

Who's it? He or she? In law, Bigger figures for some they are Presidents of a diff. sort...

But to a standing to what is in a day to what is on the books...

I think Europe and other Nations in Politics are pretty far in and how to communications to have had now a Black man seems for the States a biggy, and so with it we have come far...

I have never heard as much of some things you know, like what goes on well what was then to color...

Races and to me it seems names are now too intermingled enough to claim the little ones as new ones of a two?

Ask Slim or his new Ego that will take over and then he speaks for the old one...

Truth to fact...there lies no lie...so there can't be a wrong in that...

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Gender reassignment couldn't make him feel like a real man.
Dude, sweet avatar. I dig your double-X's.
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The Battle Of Athens
The GIs came home to find that a political machine had taken over their Tennessee county. What they did about it astounded the nation.
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n 1936 the system descended upon McMinn County in the person of one Paul Cantrell, the Democratic candidate for sheriff. Cantrell, who came from a family of money and influence in nearby Etowah, tied his campaign closely to the popularity of the Roosevelt administration and rode FDRs coattails to victory over his Republican opponent.

Fraud was suspectedto this day many Athens citizens firmly believe that ballot boxes were swappedbut there was no proof. Over the following months and years, however, those who questioned the election would see their suspicions vindicated. The laws of Tennessee provided an opportunity for the unscrupulous to prosper. The sheriff and his deputies received a fee for every person they booked, incarcerated, and released; the more human transactions, the more money they got. A voucher signed by the sheriff was all that was needed to collect the money from the courthouse. Deputies routinely boarded buses passing through and dragged sleepy-eyed passengers to the jail to pay their $16.50 fine for drunkenness, whether they were guilty or not. Arrests ran as high as 115 per weekend.
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--Old Man-- wrote:
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You are right, Rose. It is not the first time for me to make that mistake and it won't be the last time I make that mistake. You knew what I was saying and that is all that counts. It must real suck to be as rigid as you are with spelling and grammar as not to allow yourself any room for error. I suppose if I really cared, I could had corrected it. I just didn't notice it. Feel free to dumb me down though, Rose. My skin is pretty darn tough.
You're impermeable.., so is your ability to learn.
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GUNNING FOR REVOLUTION
Exclusive: Larry Klayman says executive-order on firearms would be 'the final straw'

Since the fraudulent re-election of Barack Hussein Obama as president the mullah in chief not eligible to be president as he is not a natural born citizen he has thrown his weight around as if he were our king.

First, virtually unopposed by a functionally dead Republican opposition, Obama rammed down the peoples throats considerable income tax increases to modest and top income earners and small businesses, increased the capital gains and estate taxes and eliminated so called loopholes in the tax code all to socialize the American economy by having these individuals and businesses pay their fair share as punishment for their success in a heretofore capitalist system. Now, like drunken sailors, Obama and his socialist flunkies on Capitol Hill, notably House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, promise that more tax hikes are on the way to further their march toward dismantling our free-market freedoms and the body politic of the nation.

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Or on Quirky's butt where he can read it regularly!
I'm enjoying a bowl of Honey Bunches of Oats with Raspberries and peaches - YUM! You still having your nightly bowl?
I have generally lately a dry cup of some kinda cereal...
Not tonight so far...It's ja already morning...

Almost 2 oh happy new day!!!
Saturdays B day...

Oh is/are Saturday(s)?

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Dude, sweet avatar. I dig your double-X's.
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GeeShayla wrote:
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Oh boo hoo, when are you going to stop
your BS you are plainfieldmom, you aren't
fooling anyone. Stop replying to your socks
you make yourself look even more foolish than
you already are!
Let me explain foolish. Someone who continues to indicate something which is NOT true. When you can prove I am "plainfieldmom", feel free to speak up. Otherwise, zip it!
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Glenn Hendriksen - 5 hours ago
..........suffice it to say......the NAIVE/IGNORANT people (?) who went to the polls to NOT ONLY.........once VOTE.....but RE-vote.....for this FRAUDULENT individual deserve ALL that THEY deserve and MORE!@#$@!....let THEM swim in their OWN vomit......for all i should care..........OH WELL!!!.......by the way......on 6 Nov 2012 i voted.........for..........NON E OF THE ABOVE by the way....so EAT your heart out!!!

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A "man" no less ...
Typing like myself and whatthehey :D

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Maybe when they didn't have bullets but rope and blade? The blade would have come before NOT would it have, vines?
The first that got tangled, he fell to the floor hello what happened to you he didn't speak anymore... AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
Then they came for ever more...
for a 1000 years anyways...
Lot's can be accomplished in that time... DO'nt you think>???
Good point. Most things were learned by accident back then.

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American Lady wrote:
The Battle Of Athens
The GIs came home to find that a political machine had taken over their Tennessee county. What they did about it astounded the nation.
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n 1936 the system descended upon McMinn County in the person of one Paul Cantrell, the Democratic candidate for sheriff. Cantrell, who came from a family of money and influence in nearby Etowah, tied his campaign closely to the popularity of the Roosevelt administration and rode FDRs coattails to victory over his Republican opponent.
Fraud was suspectedto this day many Athens citizens firmly believe that ballot boxes were swappedbut there was no proof. Over the following months and years, however, those who questioned the election would see their suspicions vindicated. The laws of Tennessee provided an opportunity for the unscrupulous to prosper. The sheriff and his deputies received a fee for every person they booked, incarcerated, and released; the more human transactions, the more money they got. A voucher signed by the sheriff was all that was needed to collect the money from the courthouse. Deputies routinely boarded buses passing through and dragged sleepy-eyed passengers to the jail to pay their $16.50 fine for drunkenness, whether they were guilty or not. Arrests ran as high as 115 per weekend.
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http://www.americanheritage.com/content/battl...
We could then just call the Pres a GOD, but then it would be the feared Religion that everyone had so threaded OHHHHHH too...oh wey.... Thread some water...

Who did that?

What did they eatm, did the damsels of the town bring em' pies and stews???

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Angels Flight wrote:
<quoted text>It's more of a medieval times style that went global.
Hi AF

The Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament's Bill of Fare includes:
Tomato Bisque Soup
Garlic Bread
Oven-Roasted Chicken
Herb-Roasted Potato
Spare Rib
"Pastry of the Castle"
Non-Alcoholic beverages
(vegetarian options available, not memorable enough for me to list here)
No utensils, eat with your grubby hands as you shout obscenities at your Knight's opponent

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