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562 weeks ago @ NewsReal Blog - “Let There Be Stuffâ... · 0 replies · +1 points

NKJ Jeremiah 6:15 Were they ashamed when they had committed abomination?
No! They were not at all ashamed; nor did they know how to blush.

Nope, I've got nothing. That pretty much says it all!

575 weeks ago @ Breitbart.tv - Ready for Prime Time: ... · 0 replies · +1 points

Did any of you make it to the 5 minute mark and the, 'I knew a guy one time at band camp who got into trouble' thing? What was that all about, could he seriously been referring to the charges against himself?

595 weeks ago @ Big Government - Liberal Hypocrisy On D... · 0 replies · +1 points

If they are willing to join a union they can look forward to a future learning how to properly blow insulation into the walls of foreclosed homes.

Thanks, I needed a good laugh.

605 weeks ago @ MNpublius.com -- Your ... - Coburn: Yes, we're the... · 0 replies · +1 points

You have zero credibility, you call me childish names, say the GOP has no bill, I show you a bill and you claim to have read it, but its not a bill. Does it exist or not? This seems to be the only type of debate you lefties can engage in, name calling and flat out denial of simple facts. Its a bill whether you like the bill or not you can't claim it doesn't exist and still expect to be taken seriously.

605 weeks ago @ MNpublius.com -- Your ... - Coburn: Yes, we're the... · 0 replies · +1 points

I suppose next you'll say I made a fake government web site and wrote that 219 page health care reform bill all in the last 29 minutes just to prove you were dead wrong about them not existing?

605 weeks ago @ MNpublius.com -- Your ... - Coburn: Yes, we're the... · 2 replies · +1 points

Here is 219 pages for your reading pleasure.
http://rules-republicans.house.gov/Media/PDF/Repu...

Can't you save the fits for the children in the playground.

606 weeks ago @ MNpublius.com -- Your ... - Coburn: Yes, we're the... · 0 replies · +1 points

Thanks CMan, I've seen it before and figured as much. I thought I would call him on it nonetheless. I was smarting off a bit to Dan, but you don't have to read many of his posts to understand he wouldn't take offense and would elaborate a bit more on the subject.

606 weeks ago @ MNpublius.com -- Your ... - Coburn: Yes, we're the... · 2 replies · +1 points

What's with the insulting tone right out of the box, I was speaking to Dan. He doesn't seem insulted and he answered me politely what's you're problem? I just looked up Fascism one more time so it would be fresh in my mind, and shoving an unconstitutional law down the throats of a nation when the majority don't like it, is much closer to Fascism than anything in those 3 short sentences I wrote.

606 weeks ago @ MNpublius.com -- Your ... - Coburn: Yes, we're the... · 15 replies · 0 points

I'm not sure what you're looking for Dan, socialist lite. They have ideas that make a whole lot more sense than anything in the 2000 page piles of steaming dung being debated on now. They have health care bills written, but there's not much point taking about what has no chance of being heard.

606 weeks ago @ MNpublius.com -- Your ... - Franken: We are not en... · 0 replies · +1 points

Point is Thune was speaking to cost, his whole point was to cost. If membership to something is $100 a year that's $1000 over 10 years, if you don't enroll the first four years you can say your membership cost you $600 over 10 years and you didn't technically lie, or if you began paying right away but didn't enroll for four years you could say it cost you $60 a year over 10 years and you still haven't technically lied.

Look I don't know how many benefits start right away it could be 80% of them, if it is they are inexpensive ones, because what I do know is 99% of the expenditures don't begin until 2014. Thune tried to politely make Franken aware that he didn't understand his point was to cost not to when benefits began.

Of course even after admitting he didn't have all the facts Franken was able to deduce that Thune had acted stupidly.