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    Will not watch

    Will not watch

    Do not care what he has to say.  It’s the same old, same old straw men and class warfare.

    “Some say that government should do nothing while grandma dies and children starve as owners of corporate jets eat jumbo shrimp at 38,000 feet in the air, but I say we the people can do better, we the people are the people who we are and if we can save just one life by raising taxes on the wealthy just a little bit, we must not stop being we the people for all the people not just the wealthy, because this is America, where my story was possible, as imperfect a nation as it is.”

    Our focus has to be on stopping as much of his continued agenda as can be stopped, by holding the House in 2014, and increasing our gains at the state level.  If we took back the Senate, so much the better, but I’m not banking on it.

    Don’t worry about the King in the castle, just keep sweeping the sand out from under it.

    That is all.  See you in the morning unless there is BIG BREAKING NEWS.


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    NeoConScum | February 13, 2013 at 8:35 am

    In bed last night with a John Lescroate suspense novel and the beautiful Missus NeoCon. Hope the Gun Clinging Ted Nugent was sitting where Obam-Bam could see him. A 2nd Amendment supporting congressman got Ted good balcony seating. I NEVER EVERRRRRRRRR watch Boy King speeches live. Not the 1st Immaculation on 1-20-09 and nuthin’ since.

    A CATASTROPHE & a Lout. Are we not Blessed?

    During MSNBC’s post–State of the Union coverage, the Reverend Al Sharpton compared the current state of American voting processes to apartheid South Africa. Referencing the attendance of 102-year-old Desiline Victor, who was invited by the First Lady because of her story of waiting hours in line to vote, Sharpton said: “Here’s a woman that stood at 102 years old, and when he talked about [her], people applauded when she finally put on her lapel [saying] ‘I have voted.’ I mean, this shouldn’t happen in America; this sounds like pre-1994 South Africa.”

    In order to register, you must:
    – Apply for registration in person;
    – Be a South African citizen; and
    – Possess a valid bar-coded identity document or a valid temporary identity certificate.

    To prevent cheating, a voter’s thumb is examined under an ultra-violet scanner for traces of the indelible ink that is applied to everyone who has voted.

    Read more:

    No mail-in registration, only if you’re a citizen, you must have bar-coded photo ID, and no voting more than once.
    Damn, Rev. Al would call post-apartheid South Africa a bit .. “racist”

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