Miss Smith

Miss Smith


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13 years ago @ Big Government - The Internet, the Egyp... · 1 reply · +3 points

Because the internet allows people of like-minds and like-thinking to find each other, gather, and mobilize.

13 years ago @ Big Government - Murder Charges Against... · 0 replies · +8 points

A serial killer as bad or worse than Jeffrey Dahmer.

13 years ago @ Big Government - EXCLUSIVE: DC GOP Tout... · 0 replies · +1 points

The RNC is dead.

13 years ago @ Big Government - GOP Wasn't Elected to ... · 0 replies · +24 points

This is not just disappointing, it's unacceptable.

13 years ago @ Big Government - Washington Set to Cont... · 1 reply · +89 points

Imagine what this will mean for people who are on dialysis or other plugged-in medical equipment. If they deem that you are too old to spend electricity on, then they could deny electricity to your life support.

Makes the death panels even more scary, if that's possible.

13 years ago @ Big Government - Dems in Disarray: Haro... · 0 replies · +3 points

As if Harold Ford Jr, and the family he comes from, know anything about moderation or doing what's right.

13 years ago @ Big Government - Reason.tv: In Defense ... · 0 replies · +1 points

I mostly hate the way they clutter up small town Main Streets now. They really bring down the neighborhoods fast.

13 years ago @ Big Government - Have We Found the Anti... · 0 replies · +3 points

As a conservative Mississippian, and while I certainly don't hate Barbour, he would not be my choice for president. He's a little too RINO for me and too into political game playing and deal making. We need a real conservative to run.

13 years ago @ Big Government - Hey Tea Party, Here Is... · 0 replies · +2 points

Even though he's a game player, he needs to go simply because he's been there too long. We don't want career politicians, regardless of political party.

13 years ago @ Big Government - John Boehner’s Pro-G... · 0 replies · +2 points

Boehner is not hard-core conservative enough. He's too much of a politician. He's too willing to make a deal.