and is constantly scrubbing his own self-incriminating posts, said I was guilty of "whining" and that I can't recognize "logical disconnect".
If cognitive disconnect could make heads explode, Tucson would be long gone.
Its fun listening to all the great places you old white men go and eat and have a wonderful time. Most of you can't take a #$%$ without an enema.
Depends on if you are pay attention to a real poll or the poll run by the shrillary campaign. Doofus.
He sure went out of his way to delete a BUNCH of posts that made him look like a COMPLETE dufus
Her attorney told us that since that time she has found God and has become a reborn Christian. That wipes out any earlier sins and wipes her slate clean
I cannot think of anything I could do to my digestive tract that would be more harmful than eating at ARBY's. Give that crap to policemen for free. All they can eat.
If you think that you deserve four marriages but gay people don't deserve one, maybe it's not God's will you should be worried about...perhaps it's his wrath.
The Bush Justice Department conducted a massive, five-year investigation into voter fraud that resulted in a mere 86 convictions nationwide.
An independent investigation into voter fraud in Missouri in 2000 determined that the rate of voter fraud in that state was 0.0003%.
A similar study in Ohio in 2004 turned up a percentage of 0.0004%, while another study in Wisconsin the same year measured the proportion of fraudulent votes at 0.0002%.
In virtually every case the “fraudulent” votes involved either in- and out-of-state double voting or votes cast by ineligible voters, chiefly ex-felons, problems that would not be addressed by photo ID. None were cases of actual fraud via voter impersonation.
Indiana's strict voter ID law cost taxpayers more than $10 million in the issuing of new IDs. Estimates by other states projected additional implementation costs of up to $25 million in North Carolina over three years, $17 million in Missouri over three years. FISCAL CONSERVATISM?
In 1980, the KOCH DEALERS' paul weyrich said "I don't want everybody to vote. As a matter of fact our leverage in the elections quite candidly goes up as the voting populace goes down."
Kim Davis needs to work in a church, not as a government official and abusing her government powers to impose her own religious beliefs on everyone else. Separation of church and state is part of the US Constitution.