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knowbodyknows

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  • [14] May 22, 2015 at 6:02pm

    I can’t believe people get a tax deduction for these little rodents. They should be paying triple tax to help offset the financial burden their offspring will cause America. Problem is that would probably be 0 X 3. I guess the welfare state isn’t much of an investment.

  • [1] May 22, 2015 at 5:43pm

    I would say tax him to death but that level of cruelty is reserved for productive citizens.

  • May 22, 2015 at 1:11pm

    Recently the GOP seems more like the party of Obama. Are GOP and RINO synonyms?

    In reply to the contribution A GOP That is American, A Party for All

  • [10] May 21, 2015 at 11:36pm

    My best friend’s sister drank alcohol, then destroyed a truck, trailer, and boat. It was a miracle she didn’t kill someone! Addiction is NOT freedom! Been there, done that! I know better!
    My best friend’s sister took prescription pain meds, then destroyed a truck, trailer, and boat. It was a miracle she didn’t kill someone! Addiction is NOT freedom! Been there, done that! I know better!
    My best friend’s sister texted while driving, then destroyed a truck, trailer, and boat. It was a miracle she didn’t kill someone! Addiction is NOT freedom! Been there, done that! I know better!
    My best friend’s sister talked on the phone while driving, then destroyed a truck, trailer, and boat. It was a miracle she didn’t kill someone! Addiction is NOT freedom! Been there, done that! I know better!
    My best friend’s sister put make up on while driving, then destroyed a truck, trailer, and boat. It was a miracle she didn’t kill someone! Addiction is NOT freedom! Been there, done that! I know better!
    My best friend’s sister was horsing around with her friends while driving, then destroyed a truck, trailer, and boat. It was a miracle she didn’t kill someone! Addiction is NOT freedom! Been there, done that! I know better!
    The problem is your best friends sister not whether or not what she was doing instead of driving was legal or not.

  • [3] May 21, 2015 at 8:58pm

    Professional squatters want the landlord to take matters into their own hands. It puts the landlord on the wrong side of the law and can end with the squatters owning the property. Rental property should be evaluated like buying a house where an HOA exists. The smart person will check the rules before submitting to the game. It’s why a lot of landlords in states like California will hire 3rd parties to deal with renters. If and when the laws in my state start down this path I’ll sell my rentals. Rentals in California must be very lucrative for landowners to continue to put up with the government.

  • [3] May 21, 2015 at 8:37pm

    “I have nothing to hide. That’s precisely why I ensured that the evidence of my innocence was destroyed so nobody could ever see it.”, said nobody ever.

    That’s the answer. Vote for Nobody.
    Nobody will keep campaign promises
    Nobody will listen to your concerns
    Nobody will help the poor and unemployed
    Nobody cares
    If nobody is elected everybody will be better off because
    Nobody tells the truth.

  • May 21, 2015 at 6:13pm

    Hello Donna,
    I was also a 70′s kid. I grew up in a rural community too. We used to make a bed in the back of the station wagon for long trips. Can you imagine doing that now? I spent summers with grandpa as a kid. He was born in 1913 and listening to him talk about his childhood was like hearing about a foreign country. He had one of the first drivers licenses issued. It was just paper and it had no expiration date and required no test to get. He said it was justified by saying the government needed a way to track the number of drivers so the highway could be designed to keep up. He said the license reminded him of how things can change.

  • [7] May 21, 2015 at 5:34pm

    “After a three-hour talk, Beck said the question of which drugs are legal should be left to each state.”
    That’s telling considering anyone who believes the constitution is more than just a suggestion would have already believed that.
    “The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.”

  • [3] May 21, 2015 at 5:04pm

    What you’re suggesting would be a problem with disability not pot. I broke my heal in a motorcycle accident and while the injury has been devastating I receive nothing from the government. With my 26K a year job and a house which I still had a mortgage on I was told I had too much to receive assistance. I came through it but I had to quite working and find a different way to make a living because walking or standing is painful now and every doctor tells me it will only get worse with time. I know people who get disability because “they have a hard time dealing with authority” so we can’t possibly expect them to have a job with a boss. I don’t know what idiotic criteria SS uses to determine eligibility but I assure that’s where the problem is.
    Social programs are a problem all on their own. I guarantee we’re already paying for people who smoke dope 3 to 4 times a day and probably never paid taxes in their life.
    Instead of trying to outlaw anything that would allow abuse of a social program why not eliminate the program? I can readily admit that after my experience I loath taxes. I already get 24/7 pain in my foot getting it in the wallet too adds insult to injury.

  • [10] May 21, 2015 at 4:08pm

    It’s the rationalization that’s always used as the final argument. It’s fitting that those who use that argument to support the unconstitutional war on drugs don’t seem to realize that all the federal welfare programs they refer to are also unconstitutional. That or they’re just hypocrites who don’t care.

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  • [1] May 21, 2015 at 3:16pm

    I’ve read that it’s estimated that the average person commits 3 felonies a day without knowing it because of all the laws on the books. It stands to reason then that people like the founders who valued freedom more than we do, would commit 10 or 20 felonies daily under the same rules. Drug prohibition is an obvious one as some of the founders grew hemp.
    The world today is far different than it was 200 years ago. An argument with your spouse 200 years ago could be domestic abuse today. A disagreement with your neighbor can easily become assault now.
    I’m not arguing the good or bad of the change, just that getting a felony rap today is so much easier that I doubt many from the past, including the founders, would find todays America less oppressive than yesterdays Redcoats. In fact they would probably have the opposite view.

  • [8] May 21, 2015 at 1:22pm

    This is what republicans are working hard for. Even the democrats know Obama will make a horrible deal for the USA.

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  • [-2] May 21, 2015 at 12:19pm

    To understand our legal system just look at a statue of lady justice. She is blind folded so she can not see the truth and carries the scale to weigh the gold possessed by the two sides. The heavy side wins.

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  • [1] May 21, 2015 at 12:15pm

    Held to todays laws they all would be convicted felons here.

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  • [1] May 20, 2015 at 9:05pm

    I just wonder how many of the weapons were purchased from the BTAF. That’s probably why the cops knew about the meeting ahead of time, because they set it up.

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  • [5] May 20, 2015 at 3:54pm

    It’s more like think like us or we’ll chop your head off. Muslims and liberals threaten your earthly body not your afterlife.

  • [4] May 20, 2015 at 3:51pm

    Point taken on America but this is in Canada. Newfoundland to be exact. It’s northeast of Quebec.

  • May 20, 2015 at 12:02pm

    Traphagan’s threefold solution is comprehensive gun-control laws that “prohibit many forms of gun ownership”; cutting back or “eliminating access to and the ability to purchase guns”; and unleashing the government to confiscate or purchase “illegal guns already in circulation among the public.”

    So his solution is to become North Korea. If the last sentence doesn’t scare you more than your neighbor owning a gun then your an idiot. There are plenty of examples in history of a government unleashing itself. None of them end well.
    There is no example of a successful socialist utopia in all of our planets history. There are countless examples of failure though. Australia has already had a shooting since banning guns so it didn’t work. Murder still happens in prison without guns so banning them doesn’t work there either. Violence is perpetuated by people not inanimate objects and so it is a people problem not an “object” problem. Our violence is most likely a result of millions of unassimilated immigrants. It makes the country more tribal and split up than any other nation on earth. How many immigrants have Australia, Japan and South Korea taken in the past decade? How about illegal immigrants?
    Even in an unleashed government it is the people in government that perpetuate the violence not the inanimate objects the government owns.

  • [3] May 20, 2015 at 11:19am

    Sounds like the government wants support for more war and more expansion of the patriot act.

  • May 20, 2015 at 10:50am

    Not removal. You’ll read about guns and knives in a book then get a badge if you pass a written test in the end. Then will come the scout mandate because children will no longer want to participate and the scouts might be too big to fail.

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