JoeDanMedia posted on Main Page The Lobby Sorry I don't get over more often...I've been busier than a fat kid with chocolate cake, LOL>. Anyway... I hope you guys will check out the latest INTELLECTUAL FROGLEGS. Too many conservatives are playing 'political patty cake" rather than making serious efforts to save this country.
August 19 at 19:28 EST .
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JoeDanMedia posted on Main Page The Lobby Hey guys, last week I was nominated for BEST VIDEO BLOGGER at this week's CPAC because of my Intellectual Froglegs series. Hope you guys will join me. Sign up for Show Alerts, and help share if you approve.
March 10 at 17:44 EST .
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Escaped commieny I did Joe, it was a toss up between you and Ross, but you got my vote, Keep On,keep'in on, can't go wrong with the Politichicks, !!
JoeDanMedia posted on Main Page The Lobby With the DNC kicking off this week–what better time to have something besides a congregation of lying liberals to watch. In this exciting episode of 'non-stop ninja action'— we have a tribute to Clint Eastwood, Meet the Obama’s & who IS this Conservative Crusader?
MissBlue Claude Balls: isn't he the author of "Tomcat's Revenge?"
September 5 at 21:22 EST .
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JoeDanMedia posted on Main Page The Lobby My latest column: "Liberal Churches - Liars, Bigots and Hypocrites" I used to naively believe there was an ‘invisible line’ that most folks, regardless of ideology… would never cross when it comes to a universal respect of God and the Holy Bible— like not pretending to be a church—but I stand corrected. Now this invisible line does exist… but fewer and fewer see it, and even less than that respect it.
Montanabound I have found that church liberals cannot be reasoned with.
August 24 at 00:31 EST .
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JoeDanMedia posted on Main Page The Lobby Join me on a journey into the Liberal Brain. Don’t worry it’s a short trip. LOL----Plus: Obama loves China, Janet Reno & Lurch sing a Duet AND the Chinese Fish Woman. All in this one video. And it’s FREE! LOL
Nugoddess We were stationed in Korea in the 70's and they still sold dog in the market around (Korean ) Father's Day. I'm a dog lover and it absolutely turned my stomach but that's their culture; they see Americans as crazy for pampering and anthropomorphising what they consider ''food''.
We lived in an apartment complex in San Tong Up and our next door neighbors had a German Shepard - the family had to return early Stateside and we were asked to bring Fido to Kimpo to return home. We brought the dog to the airport and several Koreans offered to buy the dog from us.
Dog is reserved as an honored plate in Korea. (I know, I know but don't shoot the messenger! I'm jes sayin. )