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Perth, Australia

#128 Nov 9, 2012
teodor herzog
who
see photo
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san=dream

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heeeeeeeeeee
gnjev=negev
ostro
aeiou
estrekovich
stroke
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ruke=hand
uroke=cara baraa jara
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Julie frm Perth good girl

Northcote, Australia

#129 Nov 9, 2012
I once went to uni for two weeks and put it on my CV as a Harvard graduate lol
truth

Perth, Australia

#130 Nov 9, 2012
cigani c ani gac gec gic goc guc
Julie frm Perth good girl

Northcote, Australia

#131 Nov 9, 2012
I got busted for copying other peoples work twice in three weeks lol

Since: Sep 12

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#132 Nov 9, 2012
I think Ron Paul should be the leader of the U.S or Australia because he is so honest and speaks the truth.

Julie frm Perth good girl

Northcote, Australia

#134 Nov 9, 2012
Tony Abbott said I'm hopeless at foreign affairs. Well of course I am !(lol)
Julie Bishlop

Northcote, Australia

#137 Nov 9, 2012
I was the lawyer who tried to strip Asbestos victims of compensation. I made a good living from that.
truth

Perth, Australia

#139 Nov 9, 2012
you aare nothig at all
hell
truth

Perth, Australia

#140 Nov 9, 2012
obamacare mackarovic
politics=religion
macak=indoeuropa
normal persn not a lawyer

Northcote, Australia

#141 Nov 9, 2012
Julie Bishlop wrote:
I was the lawyer who tried to strip Asbestos victims of compensation. I made a good living from that.
how proud are you

Since: Jan 11

Mount Holly, NJ

#142 Nov 9, 2012
Republican Eagle wrote:
I think Ron Paul should be the leader of the U.S or Australia because he is so honest and speaks the truth.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =cCRnkamitVkXX
Romney made a very big mistake not taking Libertarians under his wing. Ron Paul never criticized Romney, but never endorsed him. That option was open to Romney and he never took advantage of it. Now we're stuck with this Bolshevik president.

Since: Jan 11

Mount Holly, NJ

#143 Nov 9, 2012
Republican Eagle wrote:
I think Ron Paul should be the leader of the U.S or Australia because he is so honest and speaks the truth.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =cCRnkamitVkXX
BTW, that wasn't Ron Paul.:-)
truth

Perth, Australia

#144 Nov 9, 2012
macak u vreci=nemoj reci=don't tell

“shirley you cant be serious ”

Since: Oct 12

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#145 Nov 9, 2012
Teaman wrote:
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Romney made a very big mistake not taking Libertarians under his wing. Ron Paul never criticized Romney, but never endorsed him. That option was open to Romney and he never took advantage of it. Now we're stuck with this Bolshevik president.
bolshevik ". LOL -
mensa

Australia

#146 Nov 9, 2012
tinydropthestickgooddog wrote:
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bolshevik ". LOL -
Go study the stock market for next week.
Aussie truth

Melbourne, Australia

#147 Nov 9, 2012
Teaman wrote:
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Romney made a very big mistake not taking Libertarians under his wing. Ron Paul never criticized Romney, but never endorsed him. That option was open to Romney and he never took advantage of it. Now we're stuck with this Bolshevik president.
Romney would never take a libertarian like Ron Paul under his wing because Romney is a religious fundamentalist and an elitist who admitted that he cares nothing for the bottom 70 or so percent of Americans and many in his party care little for women's rights also.
truth

Perth, Australia

#148 Nov 9, 2012
you are stronger within when nobody care..yes you are right..no..i don't look like you in opinion socialist..or communist or this or that
did i look nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo ooooo

i am as i am..they are not..

now

i just looking few tiny not visivble spot without all..
why i need think like them..they are not corect

i told you
which universe is very easy find
-large
-medium
-small

to not be find as secret place is always better..
byyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy

Since: Jan 11

Mount Holly, NJ

#149 Nov 9, 2012
Aussie truth wrote:
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Romney would never take a libertarian like Ron Paul under his wing because Romney is a religious fundamentalist and an elitist who admitted that he cares nothing for the bottom 70 or so percent of Americans and many in his party care little for women's rights also.
When did he admit he cares nothing for the bottom 70%? That's the first I heard that one.

He loaded his government with women when he was governor of Massachusetts. His lieutenant governor, Kerry Healey, was a woman.

Ron Paul never had a problem with religion. He is certainly against any government thought police. You can believe what you want. That's liberty. He had a problem with imposing it on others against their will such as a national amendment making against gay marriage and so on. It's none of the government's business.
Aussie truth

Melbourne, Australia

#150 Nov 10, 2012
Teaman wrote:
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When did he admit he cares nothing for the bottom 70%? That's the first I heard that one.
He loaded his government with women when he was governor of Massachusetts. His lieutenant governor, Kerry Healey, was a woman.
Ron Paul never had a problem with religion. He is certainly against any government thought police. You can believe what you want. That's liberty. He had a problem with imposing it on others against their will such as a national amendment making against gay marriage and so on. It's none of the government's business.
"Mitt Romney told a group of donors in a surreptitiously taped private fundraiser that voters who back President Obama are "entitled" and "dependent on government."
Romney told the donors:
"There are 47 percent of the people who will vote for the president no matter what. All right, there are 47 percent who are with him, who are dependent upon government, who believe that they are victims, who believe the government has a responsibility to care for them, who believe that they are entitled to health care, to food, to housing, to you-name-it. That that's an entitlement. And the government should give it to them. And they will vote for this president no matter what.... These are people who pay no income tax. My job is is not to worry about those people. I'll never convince them they should take personal responsibility and care for their lives."
Romney seems to be referring to the estimated 47 percent of Americans who did not owe federal income taxes in 2011 because their incomes were so low that they qualified for a tax credit, or because they didn't work at all. Last year, 22 percent of people who didn't owe income taxes were elderly people on Social Security, and an additional 17 percent were students, disabled people or the unemployed. More than 60 percent of the group were low-income workers, many of whom qualified for the child tax credit or the earned income tax credit.(These workers did pay payroll taxes for Social Security and other programs.)

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