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16 years ago @ Political Vindication - Spanish Television Air... · 0 replies · +1 points

How can anyone see those images and not believe that a life was taken? The doctor can't even look at the remains.

16 years ago @ Political Vindication - Worst Quotes From Dail... · 0 replies · +1 points

After reading that moronic comment how can you expect me to go to that site and read more? :)

16 years ago @ Political Grind - Cambridge Massachusett... · 0 replies · 0 points

Cambridge wasn't given the nickname of The People's Republic Of Cambridge for nothing, they earned it.

16 years ago @ Political Vindication - Movie "Redacted" gets ... · 0 replies · +3 points

I think the American people have shown that whether you are for or against the war they still don't want to see America portrayed that way.

16 years ago @ Political Vindication - Poll: Zogby Data Confi... · 0 replies · +1 points

The bloom is off the rose. The left has always had concerns about her electability and this could start to prove their fears correct. They may start to turn to a candidate they fell is more electable.

16 years ago @ Political Vindication - Thanksgiving Update: A... · 0 replies · +2 points

We must never forget those that are serving overseas that make it possible to enjoy this day with our families. I hope you guys had a great Thanksgiving.

16 years ago @ Political Grind - Congress Looks for a M... · 0 replies · +3 points

Hi everybody and thanks for the welcome. Aaron, my problem with the argument that the government should tax cigarettes to dissuade people from smoking is the fact that the government shouldn't be involved in this type of regulation. People shouldn't need or want their government protecting them from themselves. Besides, the government doesn't want to dissuade smokers, they want to raise the taxes as high as they can without losing sokers. If they lose smokers the money will dry up and as Chris, the money will have to come from somewhere.

16 years ago @ Political Vindication - Republican Upset Victo... · 0 replies · +1 points

I think we may be turning a corner, yet I am trying not to get my hopes up just yet. Here in New Hampshire two local Republicans won key mayoral races this week. Frank Guinta won re-election by a large margin in the Manchester mayoral race, a race he was supposed to be losing in according to the media. And Nashua elected a Republican mayor also. I know the mayoral races are just small, local elections, but after what happened in New Hampshire in 2006, with Democrats gaining control of all branches of state government for the first time in over 100 years, I am hoping this is just a step in the RIGHT direction.

16 years ago @ Political Grind - New PGN Members · 0 replies · +1 points

Thanks for accepting me to the Political Grind Network

16 years ago @ Political Vindication - Here Here We Go Again:... · 1 reply · +2 points

Would this pass John Kerry's global test?