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Hometown: Oakland, CA
Member since: Thu Oct 6, 2011, 02:00 PM
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Anti-Limbaugh Rap Song

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This Is Why I Vote Republican

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Bill O'Reilly vs. Jacob Sullum On Drugs

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Only in America...

can the media consider a candidate for public office the "loser" of a debate, even though they make no major gaffes and their opponent gets caught telling 27 lies in 38 minutes.
Just sayin'.

Gary Johnson Spoiler: Latest Presidential Polls Show a 3rd Party Disaster in the Works for Romney

More: http://www.policymic.com/articles/16114/gary-johnson-spoiler-latest-presidential-polls-show-a-third-party-disaster-in-the-works-for-mitt-romney

I don’t believe anyone denies that Mitt Romney came across unexpectedly well during the first presidential debate. Also, no one can deny as a result, Mitt Romney has moved up in the polls. Gary Johnson is also moving up.

Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus thinks Libertarian nomineee Johnson is irrelevant; I wouldn’t expect him to say otherwise. While the party dummied-down for their pre-debate expectations, dismissing Johnson could be a dangerous proposition.

Why do Republicans think the poor should die?

More: http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;_ylt=AtEbLoKTyU3gW2UZOKtNUwIjzKIX;_ylv=3?qid=20120919185235AAmuDn8

I am posting this question in response to some of the heartless comments I have seen some of the "conservative" posters make in recent days.

Here is my background information...

I'm 32 years old. I am an adjunct college instructor. My father is a disabled American veteran who was injured while serving his country in Vietnam. I do not receive food stamps or any other government aid. My work offers no form of insurance and I only make $16,000 a year. I pay approximately 23% of my income in taxes.

When I was a child I received very little in the area of medical care. This was because in the area we live in (Douglas Georgia) CHAMPVA/CHAMPUS (the medical insurance given to disabled veterans and their families) was not accepted by any local doctors. My sister and I received no regular checkups and going to a doctor meant that it had to nearly be an emergency.

P.S. This wasn't me who posted the question; I just happened to find it on a Google search.

Shiz BYU Girls Say

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