"Corker did not signal whether he would follow up with renunciation of his support of Trump or with some other demonstrative action if Trump failed to respond." LOL. Funniest thing I've read all day.
datGuy, well then, whom is fit for office? Although I am not a supporter of the Green Party, I do think it is imperative that we have real people in office instead of the phoneys we currently have "serving" us.
Will there be Union soldiers there to capture them and take them prisoner??????
Democrats are still complaining about John Kerry and Al Gore voting results. I guess it is OK for them.
At least my man, Gary Johnson has not said anything about not accepting the voters' wishes.
Also need to mention, this so-called feminist team should have supported Jill Stein, the Green candidate for president. Let me explain why. One, she is a physician. She earned this title herself. Hillary has ridden on the coat tails of a woman abusing husband, how many of you really believe she would have became a NY senator and SOS without her husband? If she had never met Bill, or had divorced him as soon as Bill's misogynist behavior became evident, she would never have been a major party presidential candidate, but just another soulless corporate attorney,
So many so-called righteous feminists, pass off Bill's transgressions as mere sex - while discounting how his transgressions have caused harms in the lives of countless women. Who knows, maybe Monica would have been married with children if Bill had not taken advantage of her.
We need to get over this habit of voting for the lesser evil. Our great country will survive if some of us vote for 3rd party candidates. Personally, I'm voting for Gary Johnson. He is a fitness enthusiast like me. Hillary hasn't done any cardio since she ran from sniper fire several years ago, and Trump probably hires an apprentice to jog for him.
Yes, Hill and Bill were at Trump's 3rd wedding (traded in Marla for a newer model). Bill was probably messing with the matrons of honor while Hill was asking for donations and stealing the furniture.
It's an inside joke between the voices in his head.
@BaB - What?
I'm shipping off to Boston. Need to find my wooden leg. You're gonna ha'a to do better than tha' gov.
@BaB - 1994? You're the one who keeps bringing it up.
It seems to me you are the one stuck in 1994. What was so bad about that year as far as you were concerned?
So you haven't gotten out of 1994 then. Dang. Thought you could do it.
I'm not going back to get you though.
I was there ONCE. Never again.
1994? The Chlorine thing again? I use and example from history to show that the Greens want to outlaw chlorine and have for a very long time (since the 70's if you must know), and you use an example from history to show, what, I dunno.
Today, we have the example of how the VA is bad at what it is supposed to do. I believe this is called "lived experience" by the SJW in academics.
Furthermore, you are using the VA as an example of something that works well. I may disagree with that, and I assure you that many people do. But, for arguments sake, for the moment, we will roll with that assumption. But, you also say that the VA and "The National Health", by which I assume you mean to refer to the UK National Health Administration, don't work the same way at all. Is that supposed to be a good thing? A bad thing? Does it mean nothing at all, serving only as a "gotcha"? What is your point? You don't say.
she's unfit for office
Actually, the VA and The National Health don't work the same way at all.
By the way, you ever find your way out of 1994? Here's a study from 2004, that says that VA care is better than private care in 3 out of 5 cases:
UK Style National Health Administration? That'll work out great! Just like the VA medical care system works!
These pseudoDemocrats need to quit screwing around with trying to figure out a way to give insurance companies and banks a piece of the healthcare pork, and create a simple UK style National Health administration to allow inexpensive health care for everyone. It's embarrassing. They aren't even Democrats anymore.
Just so we all remember where she comes from:
"..In many years of studying American social policy, I have never read an official document that seemed so suffused with coercion and political naivete... with its drastic prescriptions for controlling the conduct of state governments, employers, drug manufacturers, doctors, hospitals and you and me..."
Better get a nice supply of lube when she wins. Because the 'coercion' is nigh.
Gradually and eventually is Hillary kinda talking, not Harriet Tubman. We got to get Tubman on the $20 before Hilary becomes eligible.
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