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The Top 20 Airports for TSA Theft

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The Top 20 Airports for TSA Theft

 

Obama in Ohio: Romney is not to be trusted

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Obama in Ohio: Romney is not to be trusted

And Obama the chameleon is to be trusted?

Let's see:

Close Guantanamo - Wrong

The anti-war candidate - Wrong

Anti-corporate bailout - Wrong

Constitutional scholar - Wrong

Pro-civil liberties - Wrong

Against gay marriage - Wrong

Marijuana decriminalization - Wrong


From the guy who has been the opposite of what he promised you for his vote, you are going to trust him when he says not to trust Mitt Romney? Politicians are nothing but creatures of convenience. Whatever suits them in the moment. Trust none of them. Keep on voting out of fear, it has really worked for us in the past 60 years, hasn't it?


 

Young Voters to Scarlett : I got involved last time now I can't find a job!

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Actress Scarlett Johansson scolded fellow young voters on Thursday

If you had any question where her political allegiance falls. (Not that being in the movies of a pedophile rapist would give that away).

 

Rutherford Institute Attorneys to File Civil Lawsuit Over Wrongful Arrest, Detention in Psych Ward o

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Rutherford Institute Attorneys to File Civil Lawsuit Over Wrongful Arrest, Detention in Psych Ward of Marine Brandon Raub Because of Facebook Posts

 

DNC: The government is the ONLY thing you belong to...

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The fat pink slobs who go roaring over the landscape in these over-sized over-priced over-advertised mechanical mastodons are people too lazy to walk, too ignorant to saddle a horse, too cheap and clumsy to paddle a canoe. Like cattle or sheep, they travel in herds, scared to death of going anywhere alone, and they leave their sign and spoor all over the back country: Coors beer cans, Styrofoam cups, plastic spoons, balls of Kleenex, wads of toilet paper, spent cartridge shells, crushed gopher snakes, smashed sagebrush, broken trees, dead chipmunks, wounded deer, eroded trails, bullet-riddled petroglyphs, spray-painted signatures, vandalized Indian ruins, fouled-up waterholes, polluted springs and smoldering campfires piled with incombustible tinfoil, filter tips, broken bottles. Etc.

Edward Abbey
Novelist / Environmentalist




BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN LEFT AND RIGHT