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rosegrower

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  • [3] February 8, 2016 at 1:14pm

    No, they don’t. But try taking a pregnant kitty to the vet and having her aborted so that she can be spayed. Oh, the uproar!

  • [6] February 8, 2016 at 1:13pm

    Pro-choice is a misnomer – these are pro abortion women. And this one sounds like a complete fanatic. This particular commercial was deemed one of the best and most creative – too bad this uptight chickie couldn’t put her hatred of women and children aside for a few seconds and enjoy the humor.

  • [14] February 8, 2016 at 1:08pm

    And Jihad Ken gets his own playhouse – filled with blonde, scantily clad Western women who were trafficked in from the Ukraine.

  • [-1] February 8, 2016 at 1:06pm

    I don’t support Lewinsky either. She was an adult (at least chronologically) and everything she did with Bill was voluntary. However, I DO support Paula Jones, Juanita Broderick and Bill’s many other unwilling victims. These women were bullied, intimidated into sex acts and raped – first by Bill, then by Hillary trying to cover for her man. And later by the MSM who did everything to make the women look like headline grabbing sluts. Lewinsky got what she deserved – she willingly screwed around with a married guy who buried her when it was convenient, then she tried to get back into his good graces by playing cute with Ken Starr and the Justice Department. No sympathy at all for her.

  • [2] February 7, 2016 at 12:56pm

    Yes, some of us ARE asleep by 8 pm. Of course, we also go to WORK at 5 am, so eat it, bucko. If it weren’t for us, you’d be starving, homeless and digging ditches.

  • [3] February 6, 2016 at 3:35pm

    They don’t even understand what a job is! I’ve got a resume customer who wrote on her own document “Seeking a position that offers ME a livable salary, benefits and rewards contributions.” Reading through her “qualifications” was a hoot – nothing to tell me what she can offer an employer or a customer! She did state that her “biggest achievement” was being a member of a choral group that sang at Carnegie Hall. I’m sure that and a dollar will get her a cup of coffee at McDonalds some day.

  • February 6, 2016 at 3:31pm

    $250,000 is the low end – Goldman Sachs paid $650,000. I guess they got her without the screeching. Or perhaps they paid for fifteen minutes of silence.

  • February 6, 2016 at 3:28pm

    Apparently, Mr. Beck has never read Robert Ringer’s “Winning Through Intimidation.” This book first came out in the 1970s and thoroughly denounced California’s welfare state programs, which did nothing to alleviate poverty and attracted every moocher and layabout from other states. Cal has always been blue; Reagan was a bit of an anomaly as governor who appealed to people working in farming and manufacturing, both of which were strongholds in CA but were seriously disenfranchised and poorly represented legislatively.

  • [1] February 6, 2016 at 3:22pm

    What exactly is “just” about taking from those who produce the most and giving to those who refuse to contribute at all? I call that UNjust, and also exceptionally backward thinking. Liberalism really is a mental disorder, and your generation is the only one that has been trained for failure and enslavement.

  • [2] February 6, 2016 at 3:19pm

    You are off base on so many levels; perhaps you could use a little education. First, you do realize that Norway – your exemplar – has far fewer citizens and nearly zero diversity in terms of demographics than does the United States. Therefor, it is more culturally cohesive than is the US, so the citizens are more homogeneous in terms of both their ability and willingness to contribute and their demands. Second, the Scandanavian countries restrict immigration to only those people who can contribute. For example, Norway will deport any citizen who has been in the country for five years and is unemployable due to an inability to speak their language. Perhaps if we imposed the same policies on our illegal immigrant population, then we could afford to provide more social services to our native born citizens. Finally, look at the GDP of any of the Scandanavian countries, and then look at the GDP of the US. Can you cite any innovations in technology, medicine, research, etc. that have emerged from any of the socialist countries you admire? Why do companies invest in R & D? Why do individuals start businesses and employ people? Do you really believe that Uber began because its founders wanted to support government programs? They have done an excellent job redistributing wealth – to everyday citizens who drive for them, generate revenues and have made the brand famous. That’s what works to lift people out of poverty and provide a standard of living.

  • February 6, 2016 at 3:11pm

    Look beyond the obvious stupidity of supporting a socialist here. Maher actually is saying “no” to Hillary. I would think that if he valued his kneecaps (or other body parts) he would be championing Ms. Hill’s campaign rather than pushing Uncle Bernie.

  • [4] February 6, 2016 at 3:08pm

    If taking out loans to fund a campaign is being “owned” by Goldman Sachs, then I suppose that the majority of Americans are “owned” by someone. Grown ups who have assets are owned by a mortgage broker or small business lender; children with student loans are owned – lock stock and barrel – by the federal government (Sallie Mae). And students heavily in debt to Uncle Sugar have had their brains repossessed by the left.

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  • [2] February 5, 2016 at 5:14pm

    What’s funny is that before the primaries, both Sanders and Clinton did touch on the economy. Then a few of us pointed out on other blogs that they were campaigning against the Obama economy, and the R candidates should point that out at every turn. I guess D strategists actually read conservative commentary and told Hilz and Uncle Bernie to “shut the F up” about anything related to the economy. Anyway, what good would it be to talk about economic growth when the audience only cares about getting their “free stuff.” They have no clue who pays for it and what it takes to generate those revenues.

  • [2] February 5, 2016 at 5:12pm

    Hey, all you fine people living in the northeast who voted for Obama and use fuel oil for heat. Aren’t you glad he’s lookin’ out for ya’? Sure, oil prices are low now, but when the oil companies pull back on production because they aren’t making much of a margin, then watch those prices zoom back up. The increase will be much faster and go much further thanks to this new tax, of course. But, you voted for it – now you can pay for it, in spades.

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  • [4] February 5, 2016 at 5:08pm

    What I find remarkable is that every other species raises its young to be independent. I watched a feral cat teach her two kittens “life skills” – how to climb a tree and get down, how to hunt, how to fend off bigger cats. I’ve watched mother birds smack their nearly-adult kids with their wings in order get them to find their own food. But humans allow their 25 year olds to shack up in the basement with their pregnant girlfriend, play X-Box all day and party all night. So, who says that humans are the smartest animals on earth? No real evidence, at least among liberal parents and their offspring.

  • [7] February 5, 2016 at 5:01pm

    They’ve learned well, actually. The lessons consist of 1) why white people should be ashamed to be white, 2) why business owners are all evil, 3) why having a college degree in Animated Basketweaving for Poets is better than becoming a plumber, electrician or farming, and 4) why believing in anything other than government is believing in fairy tales, repressive and dumb. And if you are upset with those lessons, the university will provide you with a safe space and teddy bear. All this, for a mere $125 per class hour in tuition. College has become institutionalized babysitting for the 18 – 25 year old set.

  • [3] February 4, 2016 at 1:52pm

    He may be the Kardashian candidate, but then who else on the R ticket can capture the attention of the low-fo voters out there? Do you believe that a Ted Cruz or Marco Rubio will gain the support of what used to be mainstream democrats? For as much as Becksters hate him, Trump is connecting with people who get their news from TMZ and Entertainment Tonight, and who would otherwise mindlessly vote for Hillary or Bernie. If nothing else, he’s making those two WORK for their votes.

  • [1] February 4, 2016 at 1:48pm

    And it didn’t hurt that former Clinton admin personnel now work at Goldman Sachs. Gee, they must know Hillary’s worth as a speaker and no, they NEVER expected anything other than top-quality oration in return for their money (I should explain to all progs that this is pure sarcasm, of course.)

  • [2] February 4, 2016 at 12:39pm

    I wonder how many of the women who support Hillary because of her support for the right to abort have ever had an abortion, and whether they would still be so rah-rah about it if they had. Or how many of them have ever used a Planned Parenthood facility? I bet if any of them had to use PP’s services – even those purported to be for “women’s health” – they wouldn’t be so supportive. PP personnel tend to be the least qualified – new docs, or those with such poor bedside manner or technical skill they are unqualified to work in a real hospital or medical care facility. Mediocre treatment is the best any woman who goes there can hope for; they see you as cattle, and herd you through the appointment as quickly as they can, with just about as much care or compassion as a cowhand at the rodeo does.

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  • [10] February 4, 2016 at 12:29pm

    D’Souza was convicted of campaign finance violations primarily because, unlike democrats who routinely do the same stuff, he failed to use any of the methods of skirting the law that dems do. Such as, having a PAC fund buy all of the editions of your “best selling book” in order to provide the author with royalty payments (Obama), or creating fake donors who all live in an abandoned building in Newark who donate just at the limit each, rather than doing one donation in your own name (Obama – Clinton), or having foreigners make illegal contributions through fake charities (Bill & Hillary Clinton). D’Souza was honest and it was an honest mistake. He got caught and faced the consequences. Not so much with the others named herein.

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