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Marital Status?

Good grief!! Even GOD is divorced!!! Ok now I give up lmao..  (Oct 26, 2008 | post #229)

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Marital Status?

Divorced.. been dating here and there but am finding a lot of jaded guys out there after their divorces. LOL maybe we should start a "Single and Looking" thread on here...  (Oct 23, 2008 | post #201)

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Meteorite, or something, spotted in sky

Thanks! I just spewed my pepsi across my desk! lmao!  (Oct 10, 2008 | post #81)

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"That One"

as opposed to McCains constant pacing and prancing around the stage like an elderly Vegas show girl right? No difference there, next topic.  (Oct 9, 2008 | post #45)

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Your thoughts on tonights debate?

As I said in the previous post, IF I had to buy my own insurance. Thank goodness I don't have to do that but anyone with an on-going illness that needs some major treatments done on a regular basis would be better off buying the insurance. Like I said though.. sadly there are way too many Americans that are without insurance and that is just wrong.  (Oct 9, 2008 | post #137)

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Your thoughts on tonights debate?

oops... must have hit submit twice, sorry! :)  (Oct 9, 2008 | post #131)

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Your thoughts on tonights debate?

Unfortunately... no, not everyone in the country has healthcare. That's the harsh reality of it all and that is why the healthcare topic is always a part of the presidential elections. If I were to lose my job, which thank goodness I have great health insurance provided for me and my kids through, it would cost me on my own over $600 a month to buy my health insurance on my own. I wouldn't be able to do that and not everyone qualifies for state or federal funded healthcare programs if they are unemployed. Now, take a look at the unemployment rates, homeless rates, and poverty levels in the United States and then tell me that "everyone in this country has healthcare". The fact is.. no, they don't.  (Oct 9, 2008 | post #130)

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Your thoughts on tonights debate?

Well I'm just as shocked as you are but.. I actually agree with you on this one. Who would have "thunk" it!  (Oct 8, 2008 | post #77)

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Why do libs deny the FACTS?? The ISSUES

Ok so since everyone is having sheer fits of anger over what are facts and what are not facts.. here is just one of many sites that will break it down for you. Yup.. fact checking on BOTH parties, and go figure BOTH parties make up shi!t and lie... hmmm how shocking! (gasp!) We are all adults and should know this already. Neither party is any better then the other one so stop the name calling and finger pointing for gawd sakes! Anyway.. happy reading: http://www.factche ck.org/elections-2 008/the_whoppers_o f_2008.html  (Oct 7, 2008 | post #54)

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Why do libs deny the FACTS?? The ISSUES

You're hilarious! Ok here's just ONE fact check done by CNN.com I will post more when I have time. I don't live online like some here. http://politicalti cker.blogs.cnn.com /2008/10/05/fact-c heck-is-obama-pall ing-around-with-te rrorists/ Happy reading! :) Fact Check: Is Obama 'palling around with terrorists'? Posted: 09:00 AM ET Gov. Palin commented about Sen. Obama and William Ayers at a rally in Carson, California Saturday. The Statement: Republican vice presidential candidate Gov. Sarah Palin said Saturday, October 4, that Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama is "someone who sees America, it seems, as being so imperfect that he's palling around with terrorists who would target their own country." Watch: Is Obama a terrorist's pal? Get the facts! The Facts: In making the charge at a fund-raising event in Englewood, Colorado, and a rally in Carson, California, Palin was referring at least in part to William Ayers, a 1960s radical. In both appearances, Palin cited a front-page article in Saturday's New York Times detailing the working relationship between Obama and Ayers. In the 1960s, Ayers was a founding member of the radical Weather Underground group that carried out a string of bombings of federal buildings, including the Pentagon and the U.S. Capitol, in protest against the Vietnam War. The now-defunct group was labeled a "domestic terrorist group" by the FBI, and Ayers and his wife, Bernadine Dohrn — also a Weather Underground member — spent 10 years as fugitives in the 1970s. Federal charges against them were dropped due to FBI misconduct in gathering evidence against them, and they resurfaced in 1980. Both Ayers and Dohrn ultimately became university professors in Chicago, with Ayers, 63, now an education professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Obama's Chicago home is in the same neighborhood where Ayers and Dohrn live. Beginning in 1995, Ayers and Obama worked with the non-profit Chicago Annenberg Challenge on a huge school improvement project. The Annenberg Challenge was for cities to compete for $50 million grants to improve public education. Ayers fought to bring the grant to Chicago, and Obama was recruited onto the board. Also from 1999 through 2001 both were board members on the Woods Fund, a charitable foundation that gave money to various causes, including the Trinity United Church that Obama attended and Northwestern University Law Schools' Children and Family Justice Center, where Dohrn worked. CNN's review of project records found nothing to suggest anything inappropriate in the volunteer projects in which the two men were involved. Obama campaign spokesman Ben LaBolt told CNN that after meeting Obama through the Annenberg project, Ayers hosted a campaign event for him that same year when then-Illinois state Sen. Alice Palmer, who planned to run for Congress, introduced the young community organizer as her chosen successor. LaBolt also said the two have not spoken by phone or exchanged e-mail messages since Obama came to the U.S. Senate in 2005 and last met more than a year ago when they encountered each other on the street in their Hyde Park neighborhood. The extent of Obama's relationship with Ayers came up during the Democratic presidential primaries earlier this year, and Obama explained it by saying, "This is a guy who lives in my neighborhood … the notion that somehow as a consequence of me knowing somebody who engaged in detestable acts 40 years ago — when I was 8 years old — somehow reflects on me and my values doesn't make much sense." The McCain campaign did not respond Saturday to a request for elaboration on Palin's use of the plural "terrorists. " Verdict: False. There is no indication that Ayers and Obama are now "palling around," or that they have had an ongoing relationship in the past three years. Also, there is nothing to suggest that Ayers is now involved in terrorist activity or that other Obama associates are.  (Oct 6, 2008 | post #39)

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Sarah Palin's interview with Katie Couric

Have you ever gone back and re-read some of your posts? You are snarky to anyone that doesn't agree with your almighty opinion. It's getting old hun..  (Oct 6, 2008 | post #251)

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Are today's Democrats really Socialists?

I'm a commie because I expect her to use better resources for her information OR because BOTH parties have some major issues? Either way, you are out of your mind.  (Oct 6, 2008 | post #83)

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Would you support eliminating political parties?

Well said LMS! Bravo! And by the way, great minds think alike! :)  (Oct 1, 2008 | post #6)

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Sarah Palin's interview with Katie Couric

Sure let me break it down for ya: Ms Angie wrote: <quoted text> Which occasions? Because if I remember correctly he was right about the biggest military strategical change in my time. Obama was the one that was wrong, and he still won't admit it. (the response you are questioning): ( ) = my inserted comments as clarification for you to understand what it meant. Item #1: Sure McCain was. (right about the biggest military strategical change in my time) [your quote] -although I believe it's being written sarcastically, I don't think he is actually in agreement with you. Item #2: As President (should McCain get elected), lets go in a take over Iran, North Korea, and a few other countries that "he" (McCain) disagrees with. Item #3: It's are (sp. = our/McCain) way, or hit the highway. We are the best, most superior country in the world. Who dares to deny that? Item #4: (insert political sarcasm here) Just look at how great our country is doing at home. - end clarification. Get it now? You're welcome :)  (Oct 1, 2008 | post #180)

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Would you support eliminating political parties?

Would you support the elimination of all political parties? Why or why not?  (Oct 1, 2008 | post #1)

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