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Old 06-28-2015, 03:09 PM   #61
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of course anyone givin ole Hillary a rough time
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Old 06-29-2015, 12:17 PM   #62
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Agreed. I wonder if Biden is going to run, that would add to her misery.
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Old 06-29-2015, 02:34 PM   #64
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Seems like christy is going to throw his hat in too......this guy is known for wasting tax payer money on personal matters.....trips /wfriends, family (aunts, uncles, cousins etc .....60 thou a year on pro games etc:......

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Seems like christy is going to throw his hat in too......this guy is known for wasting tax payer money on personal matters.....trips /wfriends, family (aunts, uncles, cousins etc .....60 thou a year on pro games etc:......
So when he grows up to the big leagues he want to Graft like its 1999?

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Old 06-30-2015, 07:27 PM   #66
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Seems like christy is going to throw his hat in too......

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Old 06-30-2015, 09:21 PM   #67
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Seems like christy is going to throw his hat in too......this guy is known for wasting tax payer money on personal matters.....trips /wfriends, family (aunts, uncles, cousins etc .....60 thou a year on pro games etc:......
All they have to do to blow Christy off is show the tape of him trying to hug everyone in the owners box. We all knew that guy in HS. I don't want him for President.

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Christie totally reminds me of Nixon

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i think Trump's mexico bashing is quite refreshing actually
someone who's not afraid to tell it like it really is...
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Think about it.... Right now... there are men and these are some
of the most skilled masons in the world....
are digging tunnels underneath our border on a professional scale.

the influx of crystal meth and black tar heroine FLOODING this
country is paramount to an act of WAR. Screw cyber terrorism in
comparison.
Every US major city has an established colony of
huge scale importers to handle the insane volume coming in.

and of course think about the Submarines that are totally avoiding detection
of the coast guard bringing in many tons each week so that the price
of a better and more sophisticated sub is paid for with a few trips.
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That's why we need to end the prohibition on weed.
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Old 07-01-2015, 08:23 AM   #70
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2 years ago I thought he represented a good chance for the Repubs. to retake the WH if he lost weight and keeped his temper in check. Now, no chance.
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Nothing a little diebold voting machine voter fraud can't fix.
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Nothing a little diebold voting machine voter fraud can't fix.
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Or a bunch of dead registered voters In certain districts to counteract. Gimme a break. No offense but that is the fodder of tinfoil helmet folks.
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It's also great for trolling good responses
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Some that lean to the left actually believed diebold was trying to rig the election.

Come hang out in Worcester for awhile you will see why knee jerk reactions happen. It gets more incendiary every year.
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Or a bunch of dead registered voters In certain districts to counteract. Gimme a break. No offense but that is the fodder of tinfoil helmet folks.
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Sure, perpetuate the lie for trolling purposes. What could go wrong?

Oh, and it is only Gerrymandering when the otherside does it, hahaha

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Murica!
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sugar sodas: A new study says that these beverages are responsible for approximately 184,000 adult deaths not just in the United States but all over the world.

prohibit soda before cannabis makes more sense
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Or a bunch of dead registered voters In certain districts to counteract. Gimme a break. No offense but that is the fodder of tinfoil helmet folks.
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I agree both are for the tin foil segment. But Republican's sure seem to spend a lot of time passing laws requiring ID.
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And redistributing votes by redistricting areas based on minority populations to alter voting results
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I agree both are for the tin foil segment. But Republican's sure seem to spend a lot of time passing laws requiring ID.
So the Replublicans want people to produce an ID that basically states that they meet the requirements of voting, like being a citizen, born or naturalized, the most sacred right given to citizens, the ability to elect someone to (supposedly) represent you in government. But that raysssist!

Yet, needing an ID to drive a car, gain employment, access certain utilities, and flying on a plane are normal, an easily accessible FREE ID that proves you are who you say you are is wrong?


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But what you are unwilling to admit is that BOTH parties Gerrymander.

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Me thinks the one with the mark of the beast will be a populist, republicans seem to be anything but these days.
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With the up roar over donald the one shot repubs may have to win the Latino vote may just be Rubio... I'm sure they will be out in force on election day......

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So the Replublicans want people to produce an ID that basically states that they meet the requirements of voting, like being a citizen, born or naturalized, the most sacred right given to citizens, the ability to elect someone to (supposedly) represent you in government. But that raysssist!
I missed the part here where anyone said it was racist. But who does it overwhelmingly prevent from voting?

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excellent Bernie article.......

His pose is not the traditional progressive managerial-empiricist posture but a moral one. He is very fond of the word “moral” — “moral imperative,” “moral disaster,” “moral crisis” — and those who see the world differently are not, in his estimate, guilty of misunderstanding, or ignorance, or bad judgment: They are guilty of “crimes.”

He is a national socialist in the mode of Hugo Chávez. He isn’t driven by racial hatred; he’s driven by political hatred. And that’s bad enough. “This is not about me,” Bernie is fond of saying. Instead, he insists, it’s about building a grassroots movement that will be in a permanent state of “political revolution” — his words — against the people he identifies as class enemies: Kochs, Waltons, Republicans, bankers, Wall Street, Them – the numerically inferior Them. His views are totalitarian inasmuch as there is no aspect of life that he believes to be beyond the reach of the state, and they are deeply illiberal inasmuch as he is willing to jettison a great deal of American liberalism — including freedom of speech — if doing so means that he can stifle his enemies’ ability to participate in the political process. He rejects John F. Kennedy’s insistence that “a rising tide lifts all boats” — and he is willing to sink as many boats as is necessary in his crusade against the reality that some people make more money than others.

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excellent Bernie article.......

His pose is not the traditional progressive managerial-empiricist posture but a moral one. He is very fond of the word “moral” — “moral imperative,” “moral disaster,” “moral crisis” — and those who see the world differently are not, in his estimate, guilty of misunderstanding, or ignorance, or bad judgment: They are guilty of “crimes.”

He is a national socialist in the mode of Hugo Chávez. He isn’t driven by racial hatred; he’s driven by political hatred. And that’s bad enough. “This is not about me,” Bernie is fond of saying. Instead, he insists, it’s about building a grassroots movement that will be in a permanent state of “political revolution” — his words — against the people he identifies as class enemies: Kochs, Waltons, Republicans, bankers, Wall Street, Them – the numerically inferior Them. His views are totalitarian inasmuch as there is no aspect of life that he believes to be beyond the reach of the state, and they are deeply illiberal inasmuch as he is willing to jettison a great deal of American liberalism — including freedom of speech — if doing so means that he can stifle his enemies’ ability to participate in the political process. He rejects John F. Kennedy’s insistence that “a rising tide lifts all boats” — and he is willing to sink as many boats as is necessary in his crusade against the reality that some people make more money than others.

http://www.nationalreview.com/node/421369/print
He's also a warped pervert who famously wrote (in the 1970s, I think?) that women fantasize about being gang-raped (now, of course, he says that was taken out of context).

Just imagine for a SECOND, if a GOP candidate said that.
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Consider your options wisely.

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He's also a warped pervert who famously wrote (in the 1970s, I think?) that women fantasize about being gang-raped (now, of course, he says that was taken out of context).

Just imagine for a SECOND, if a GOP candidate said that.
You "think" is an oxymoron because you're not thinking. Really?
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You "think" is an oxymoron because you're not thinking. Really?
Do you ever back up your insults with evidence? Ever? Just once?

Google it. He wrote it. Sorry if it makes him look like the deranged lunatic that he is, but he wrote it.

http://nypost.com/2015/05/29/bernie-...ze-about-rape/
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