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   Papasparky  Never doubt the Dem's ability to keep this circus alive. It's no wonder Obama has become a petulant pout, he's sinking out of sight in the quicksand of the prevarication pond!

ValJar needs to come up with some fresh "meadow muffins", the old ones have dried and lost their stench.

   December 15 at 08:39 EST .

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   Papasparky  Obama's mighty pen strikes again . . .
   December 12 at 02:19 EST .

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   MeiDei  Someone kept a list - some are picky, some not - you decide:
- will take time to read.
   December 1 at 23:49 EST .

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   Papasparky  The story behind the story -- the first de facto pResident takes charge of the Ferguson fiasco . . .
   November 30 at 09:04 EST .

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   MeiDei  He made his choice
   November 28 at 20:49 EST .

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   Papasparky  I made this (tongue in cheek ) for my cynical and grumpy old email buddies . . . old geezers need a good laugh too. My hope is somehow Bro Al sees this and does a slow burn!

If anyone out there thinks the sarcasm is too offensive, lemme know and I'll take it down.

   November 21 at 09:33 EST .

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   MeiDei  Comparison companions
   November 16 at 17:20 EST .

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   Iacta alea est  This is actually the 1st time I've come to this wall. And I've been @ the Connection since the day it launched. And whom do I find? The brilliant insightful and thoughtful Mei. These quotes are not surprising, "progressive-ism" has been the same forever. One way or anther it boils down to collectivism and the crushing of the individual and his liberty. It truly boggles my mind how adults in our country could've possibly come to swallow this collectivist cod swallop having grown up and been educated and having seen the achievements of American INDIVIDUALS for their entire lives. One aspect of American civil society that has been controlled by the left for my entire life is the public school system. And when the left got control of that, we (at least many of us ) and our kids were exposed to teachers who had more than classic education on their professional agenda. But America is gonna come roaring back. The Left doesn't control the information (media ) anymore. Like Reagan said (referring to the old USSR...."we win, they lose"
November 20 at 01:26 EST .

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   Papasparky  Hooray!! - maybe elections have consequences after all . . .
   November 14 at 00:39 EST .

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   Papasparky  What a difference two years can make . . .
   November 9 at 11:09 EST .

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   FL Homeschool Mom  Hey strangers! Wanted to ask everyone what they think of Amendment 2 in FL? I'm a staunch conservative, but I'm leaning yes on this one. I deal with chronic pain from stenosis, bulging discs and arthritis in my back. I don't use marijuana, not sure I would ever use it, but I have a feeling chronic pain sufferers will have no choice but to go this route. I'm so sick of the DEA telling my doctor what medications I can take and doing their best to restrict and deny our medications.

What do you think?
   October 28 at 00:00 EST .

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   Alice  I think it's high time that chronic pain sufferers take priority over drug abusers. Eons ago, maybe 1981-ish, Scientific American had an article about heroin (for pete's sake ) not causing addiction when used for actual pain. I am far from an activist on the subject since I do not have a dog in the fight (yet, and please God never ) but amen to your comment about the DEA.
November 5 at 00:55 EST .

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   Bettijo  I think the legality of pot should be left up to the states, just like alcohol. When I was in college, my college was located in a "dry" county. Fraternity brothers would drive across the state line to purchase booze for parties. That was probably illegal, but, nonetheless, it should be up to the states to decide. I think marijuana should be "legal" on the federal level. I have never even seen marijuana, so, like Alice, I don't have a dog in this fight. And, in my opinion, neither does the federal government.
November 10 at 17:27 EST .

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   Safetydude  If you pay taxes, Bettijo, you have a dog in this fight.
November 12 at 20:40 EST .

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   M2  I voted for medical use of marijuana here in Florida but the bill, as you know has failed. That is a shame because there are so many old, sick people in Florida many of whom are going through chemotherapy who could use any help they can get. What a shame that the elderly and the sick get screwed while the dopers get free stuff.
November 22 at 21:49 EST .

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