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Thayer, MO

Who do you support for U.S. Senate in Missouri in 2010?

you're right, it's not.  (Jun 30, 2013 | post #84417)

Thayer, MO

Who do you support for U.S. Senate in Missouri in 2010?

That Goper was arguing for ending abortions after 20 weeks by making that absurd claim. The real fact, a doctor in the U.K. observed a 35 week fetus, which was female place her hand between her legs. How that repuglican, a OB/Gyn, can stand there an lie his ass off is beyond the pale. and he's on the health committee of the House.  (Jun 22, 2013 | post #84050)

Thayer, MO

Who do you support for U.S. Senate in Missouri in 2010?

Good Ol' Norton, the American Taliban. He can't read those red letters printed in his bible. Claims to be a christian, but ignores everything his jesus said.  (Jun 21, 2013 | post #83977)

Thayer, MO

Who do you support for U.S. Senate in Missouri in 2010?

so what do you all think about the total information awareness program that was supposed have be outlawed back in 2006? Read that some believe that they have 3000 guillotines in Atlanta along with a million body bags.  (Jun 21, 2013 | post #83975)

Thayer, MO

Thayer

yep, keep voting repuglican, things will get better.  (Jun 21, 2013 | post #10)

Mountain Grove, MO

Who do you support for U.S. Senate in Missouri in 2010?

corporate greed, stupidity and malfeasance incurred more f**king wrath on west, texas than a few kilos of black powder did in boston, massachusetts if it's corporate greed it's not terrorism.  (Apr 24, 2013 | post #81138)

Mountain Grove, MO

Who do you support for U.S. Senate in Missouri in 2010?

Good to see the Big Dog and others still fighting the good fight. New terms: Interlocking Directorates Plutocracy Oligarchy remember Mongo was but a pawn in the scheme of life.  (Apr 24, 2013 | post #81137)

Mountain Grove, MO

Post everytime mcdonalds messes up your order

How about posting every time Town & country double rings or won't give you the sale price?  (Apr 24, 2013 | post #10)

Mountain Grove, MO

Who do you support for U.S. Senate in Missouri in 2010?

You are correct Sir! If Freud is right, then perhaps men who are the most opposed to male homosexuality have particularly strong homosexual urges for other men. One study asked heterosexal men how comfortable and anxious they are around gay men. Based on these scores, they then divided these men into two groups: men that are homophobic, and men who are not. These men were then shown three, four-minute videos. One video depicted straight sex, one depicted lesbian sex and one depicted gay male sex. While this was happening, a device was attached to each participant's penis. This device has been found to be triggered by sexual arousal, but not other types of arousal When viewing lesbian sex and straight sex, both the homophobic and the non-homophobic men showed increased penis circumference. For gay male sex, however, only the homophobic men showed heightened penis arousal. Heterosexual men with the most anti-gay attitudes, when asked, reported not being sexually aroused by gay male sex videos. But, their penises reported otherwise. Homophobic men were the most sexually aroused by gay male sex acts. http://www.psychol ogytoday.com/blog/ the-big-questions/ 201106/homophobic- men-most-aroused-g ay-male-porn  (Dec 15, 2012 | post #72954)

Mountain Grove, MO

Who do you support for U.S. Senate in Missouri in 2010?

are Norton and SPC the same person? I get this vibe on both: http://static1.fir edoglake.com/29/fi les/2012/12/fat-bl ogger.jpg  (Dec 11, 2012 | post #72764)

Mountain Grove, MO

Who do you support for U.S. Senate in Missouri in 2010?

Governing Repuglican Style: http://firedoglake .com/2012/12/09/of -cancer-and-crony- capitalism/ Republican Gov. Rick Perry and his cronies in and out of public office have diverted funds intended for cutting-edge cancer research into the campaign pockets of Perry and Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst. You read that right. Proceeds from millions in taxpayer-backed bonds awarded by the Cancer Prevention Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT) have fallen victim to corruption and cronyism. Cronies get the state money; the cronies give some of the money back to Perry and others. The agency might better be named the Crony Capitalist Research Institute as searches for cancer prevention, treatment and cure are sacrificed to the feeble political ambitions of a few petty politicians and greedy plutocrats. It is hard to imagine a greater moral failing. Unless, of course, you remember that Perry and his cronies are the very same people fighting against the expansion of Medicaid and the creation of health care exchanges under the Affordable Care Act. People are going to get sick and die because of the actions of Perry and others. That is not hyperbole or political spin. In a series of explosive articles, the Dallas Morning News has revealed that many of the grants went to Perry and Dewhurst’s allies and donors. The agency’s scientists that review grant proposals have resigned in protest. Those actions have already made the scandal news in international science journals like the well-respected Nature. Amid calls for state and federal criminal investigations (I filed one of the state complaints under the auspices of Progress Texas PAC), agency officials are scrambling. Now it has been revealed that key emails among those officials have disappeared. That is a sign that evidence is being destroyed and that a coverup is underway. The players involved include such stalwart Perry-ites as James Leininger and Jimmy Mansour. They have also been central players in the right wing’s nationwide effort to privatize public education. Even though he once held stock in a company that received CPRIT funding, Mansour remains chairman of the agency’s Oversight Committee. Other Oversight Committee members include Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott and State Comptroller Susan Combs. Perry, Dewhurst and the Texas House Speaker appoint the others. For his part, Speaker Joe Straus appears concerned and has ordered up a committee investigation of the scandal. But because of the deep involvement of the state’s top Republican officeholders and the power they wield over the Legislature, it is doubtful that anyone in state government will accomplish much.  (Dec 10, 2012 | post #72538)

Mountain Grove, MO

Who do you support for U.S. Senate in Missouri in 2010?

There you have it folks, you just can't argue with that. Not that's there not one iota of fact, it's just pointless to argue with an idiot.  (Dec 9, 2012 | post #72425)

Mountain Grove, MO

Who do you support for U.S. Senate in Missouri in 2010?

Too bad he didn't read the last paragraph at that link. "Oh yeah, and everything in that bullsh*t you just read is completely and totally false. There has been no such conclusive study, and all of the “Finds” are based on public paranoia. Chances are good that if you are a conservative, you were empowered by this new find. If you, even for a second, thought this find might be true, you are probably an idiot."  (Dec 9, 2012 | post #72423)

Mountain Grove, MO

Who do you support for U.S. Senate in Missouri in 2010?

Study shows that the Americans who watch Fox News have an average IQ of 80, whereas the national average is 100. Researchers were not "shocked " by findings. Birmingham, Alabama (PRWEB) December 04, 2012 The results of a 4 year study show that Americans who obtain their news from Fox News channel have an average IQ of 80, which represents a 20 point deficit when compared to the U.S. national average of 100. IQ, or intelligence quotient, is the international standard of assessing intelligence. Researchers at The Intelligence Institute, a conservative non-profit group, tested 5,000 people using a series of tests that measure everything from cognitive aptitude to common sense and found that people who identified themselves as Fox News viewers and 'conservative' had, on average, significantly lower intelligent quotients. Fox Viewers represented 2,650 members of the test group. One test involved showing subjects a series of images and measuring their vitals, namely pulse rate and blood pressure. The self-identified conservatives' vitals increased over 35% when shown complex or shocking images. The image that caused the most stress was a poorly edited picture of President Obama standing next to a "ghostly " image of a child holding a tarantula. Test subjects who received their news from other outlets or reported they do not watch the news scored an average IQ of 104, compared to 80 for Fox News viewers. Lead researcher, P. Nichols, explains, "Less intelligent animals rely on instinct when confronted by something which they do not understand. This is an ancient survival reaction all animals, including humans, exhibit. It's a very simple phenomenon, really; think about a dog being afraid of a vacuum cleaner. He doesn't know what a vacuum is or if it may harm him, so he becomes agitated and barks at it. Less intelligent humans do the same thing. Concepts that are too complex for them to understand, may frighten or anger them." He continues, "Fox News' content is presented at an elementary school level and plays directly into the fears of the less educated and less intelligent." More at link. http://news.yahoo. com/intelligence-i nstitute-study-sho ws-fox-news-viewer s-iq-034622242.htm l  (Dec 8, 2012 | post #72410)

Mountain Grove, MO

Who do you support for U.S. Senate in Missouri in 2010?

Bullsh*t. CostCo and many other do. Plus they make a better profit margin because of better customer service. Remember when Best Buy was a player, some hedge fund bought them out, fired all of their knowledgeable workers and hired minimum wage people ? That bankrupted them.  (Dec 8, 2012 | post #72409)