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Author:  Libertas [ Mon Mar 14, 2016 5:16 pm ]
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That's not good enough, as you know, unless you denounce Hillary with the required fervor.

It's not sufficient to prefer a candidate; you have to have hate for the alternative.

BTW, I also voted for him, although of course, as I've been saying, you have no way of verifying it. Maybe even if you knew who I was, as we have the secret ballot in this country. (*)

I also was at a Bernie rally on last Wednesday at MDCC, and in that case, I have pictures to prove it.

I wanna see pics too, not cuz I doubt you, at all, you know that

Author:  ProfessorX [ Mon Mar 14, 2016 5:36 pm ]
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Dunno if you can see the geotagging info with this uploaded file, but if you recognize the landmarks, that was taken on 104th Street, right outside Miami Dade Community College, last Wednesday night. Unlike Nicole, I had no ticket, so I couldn't get into the debate, but I looked for her at the rally, then hung out and took pictures.

Author:  TheFox [ Mon Mar 14, 2016 5:48 pm ]
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And some of us knew what we were getting back then, like how we know what we will be getting with Hillary, if Bernie loses.

I have never doubted what the great George said


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BK3nmXZp9Ig

still dont know how to use one of the buttons to embed this

You will always get a positive response from me with George Carlin links.
Video links must be changed from "https" to "http".
That's it.

Author:  Hemlock [ Mon Mar 14, 2016 8:31 pm ]
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Come on, man, not many folks can compete with Bill, one of the smoothest operators to ever grace the political scene in America.

Absolutely. he had the whole set of skills. Maybe still does, if they matured with him.
Hillary doesn’t seem to lavish the limelight as a natural, while he thrived in it.

I don’t think its terrible to be less than stellar in front of people, so long as one is not scared of the audience, like Rubio.
Bernie isn’t Mr Charisma either. He’s adequate & right about a fair number of things, though.

Hey, the stroll down Carlin lane landed on this one
Reptillians

Author:  glenfs [ Sat Mar 19, 2016 6:55 pm ]
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Those numbers are another great example of how the left can lie and tell the truth at the same time. Using arbitrary numbers if a person earning 100k a year gets a 5% increase they would be then earning 105k. If a person earning 30k a year receives a 10% increase in the same year they would be making 33k.

So even though the higher income person received a lessor percentage increase the gap would still widen.

Now while it is true the bottom folks currently receive smaller increases than the top folks. This illustration shows how socialists like Bernie Sanders will be able to continue to use the wage gap argument for decades to come.

Another thing those charts and liberal lie doesn't show is those people at the bottom move up and earn more as they leave those lower wage jobs for better positions. My middle daughter went from earning $10 an hour while in school to earning $20 an hour after she graduated. My oldest went from $12 to over $50. The jobs they had while in college still pay pretty close to $10 and $12 respectfully while their personal incomes has more than doubled.

Once again illustrating how the left can lie and tell the truth at the very same time.

Author:  gounion [ Sun Mar 20, 2016 8:16 pm ]
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I have already made my primary vote, which was for Hillary.

Having said that, whoever the Democratic Nominee is, I will support and work for as hard as I can.

I urge all my fellow RFL'ers to do the same.

Author:  Hemlock [ Sun Mar 27, 2016 3:03 pm ]
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Whatever happened to Joe the Plumber?
Wonder who he’s voting for today.

Author:  Motor City [ Sun Mar 27, 2016 3:14 pm ]
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Hemlock wrote:
Whatever happened to Joe the Plumber?
Wonder who he’s voting for today.


last I remember he joined a union

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