Ardsleypaul - phil rambles on simply to get the attention he needs so badly. He is a legend in his own mind-
Wow, sixth grade insults - I believe I'm dealing with a teenager!
I'll make you a deal......I'll take you off ignore in about 3 months to see if high school has helped you grow up a little - until then you can stay here and play with yourself if you want.
You are such a witty little devil-when you can't come back with something of substance, you try to link several posters to each other.
As I said before - keep trying little one!
Only 79% of Americans say they’re satisfied with their freedom to choose what to do with their lives, down from 87% in 2008.
In a separate set of polls by Pew Research, the percentage of Americans who believe the United States “stands above all other countries” dropped from 38% in 2011 to 28% in 2014. Young Americans are least impressed with their home country, with only 15% of 18-29-year-olds saying the United States is the world’s No. 1 nation. Among seniors, 40% feel that way — but still, that's down from 50% just three years ago.
[Liberals are expected to cower down and cry for help instead of defending themselves]
One of the spate of shootings that took place in Chicago, Ill. over the July 4th holiday weekend involved a veteran with a concealed carry permit who was forced to a shoot a man who began firing on him and a group of friends.
The incident occurred Friday night, the Chicago Tribune reports.
The veteran and three of his friends were leaving a party on the city’s south side. When the group reached their vehicle, a container with liquor was sitting on top of it. A woman from the group asked another group gathered next door who the liquor belonged to and removed it.
The move angered 22 year-old Denzel Mickiel, who approached the veteran and his friends shouting obscenities. The man then went into his residence and returned with a gun.
As Mickiel opened fire on the group, the veteran took cover near the vehicle’s front fender, according to assistant state attorney Mary Hain, the Chicago Tribune reports.
The veteran fired two shots, hitting Mickiel both times.
Two of Mickiel’s friends also began shooting at the group, which was able to flee the scene in their vehicle.
Mickiel was transported to the hospital and is in critical condition. A woman in the veteran’s group was hit twice – once in the arm and once in the back – but was stabilized and taken to the hospital.
Mickiel is charged with attempted murder and will be held on $950,000 bond.
Had Friday’s shooting occurred a little more than a year ago, the veteran would not have been legally permitted to conceal carry his firearm.
Illinois was the last U.S. state to allow citizens to carry concealed weapons with a permit, finally passing a law on July 9, 2013. The state began issuing conceal carry permits in February.
Seven people died and approximately 50 were injured in shootings that took place in Chicago over the weekend. The city has among the highest violent crime rates among major U.S. cities.
Larry is a legend in his own mind - what makes it so amazing is that several on here actually believe larry and his postings!
Milker - sure wish I could add more "green" thumbs for your post! Sadly, larry has his blinders on as usual.
Just wait - he will suddenly remember that he was an IRS agent amid all his other "accomplishments"
Bless his heart - phil really tries-
It is no wonder why nothing can get done in the Senate with these suckers in charge!
WASHINGTON (AP) — A fear of voting has gripped Democratic leaders in the Senate, slowing the chamber's modest productivity this election season to a near halt.
With control of the Senate at risk in November, leaders are going to remarkable lengths to protect endangered Democrats from casting tough votes and to deny Republicans legislative victories in the midst of the campaign. The phobia means even bipartisan legislation to boost energy efficiency, manufacturing, sportsmen's rights and more could be scuttled.
The Senate's masters of process are finding a variety of ways to shut down debate.
So Sen. Tom Harkin, D-Iowa, probably shouldn't have been surprised when his cherished bill to fund the Labor, Education and Health and Human Services departments got yanked from the Appropriations Committee's agenda this month. Word quickly spread that committee Democrats in Republican-leaning states feared a flurry of votes related to "Obamacare."
"It's not as if they haven't voted on them before," Harkin griped. "My way of thinking is, 'Hell, you've already voted on it. Your record's there.'" Harkin blamed Senate Democratic leaders.
Liberal thinking at its finest - force underperforming stores to remain open. Once you add the union issue, the cost to operate escalate even more. Once again it shows how out of touch liberals are!
Comedian Jon Stewart isn’t impressed with the Internal Revenue Service’s story that it simply lost Lois Lerner emails during a 2011 hard drive crash, saying that the government’s behavior “across all platforms borders on criminal idiocy.”
In response to the agency’s assertion that IRS employees had an email quota of 150 megabytes per mailbox he replied, “That’s 1 percent of what Gmail offers users for free,” he said Tuesday.
The comedian then added that Americans are essentially told by the IRS to act like “borderline hoarders,” while it can use random server crashes as a reason not to turn over emails needed for a congressional investigation
DETROIT (Reuters) - General Motors #$%$ Wednesday said that it has told its North American dealers to stop selling new and used Chevrolet Cruze sedans from model years 2013 and 2014 because of a potential problem with the airbags.
You are not missing much - the "meltdown man" is on ignore, but you really need to keep pep active strictly for the humor standpoint. Its like having the Joke of the Day delivered directly to your computer!