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February 06, 2014

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henry

Drone enforced registration Marlene.

Beasts of England

Would they be unable to report jobs numbers if 'surprised' and 'unexpected' were taken out of the dictionary?

Threadkiller

"There aren't enough EPA police to enforce the ban."

Sounds like a good part-time job.

Threadkiller

CH, have you been talking to my writers?

LOL!!

miss Marple

They may not be able to enforce it with consumers, but they can stop manufacture. I would buy a wood stove this year if possible. They will be in short supply followed by black market.

Captain Hate

Susan Rice has another youtube to blame Middle East problems on, although the actor looks much better than Lurch: http://tammybruce.com/2014/02/israeli-youtube-mocking-john-kerry-denounced-by-state-dept-as-unacceptable.html

Jack is Back!

I am still mulling the exchange yesterday between Englebrecht and that specious vermin Gerry Connolly. I think Jim Jordan handled Connolly's absurdity pointing out the numerous federal agency visits including OSHA, ATF, IRS and FBI just a few months after her filings for tax-exempt status Not once but several time by agencies that never visited her business in the past 20 years.

Of course to Connolly it was all a coincidence and the hearing was McCarthyism in bloom. This is war folks - the government of the United States against its own people. Private citizens are the enemy.

henry

I denounce John Kerry as unacceptable.

Sandy Fridaze

I don't doubt any suggestions of nefarious behavior by this government or its agencies. That they want the 401Ks and IRAs now that OPM is running out (or even before, just because...) is no surprise. Nationalization of privately accumulated wealth, i.e. 401Ks & IRAs would likely result in the third Civil War; it won't be pretty when it comes, and it won't be North v South or Loyalists v Revolutionaries as in the first two, but citizens v tyrants, thus refreshing the cherry trees on the Mall, as it were, as the greatest density exists there.

But I digress.

I was in our local post office the other day. The totally friendly and excellent former Navy Postal Clerks, working on their second government job, using the skills gained in the Nav to help efficiently and cheerily manage the mail, are gone, replaced. Now we have dour, one speed-fits-all, clerks who give every impression of hating their jobs.

I looked around. Each ceiling fluorescent seems to be intentionally lacking half of the tubes, giving the ghoulish dark industrial and low-light pallor over all of those waiting for the dourer clerks. Looking to the walls, it is obvious that the office hasn't been painted in years, if not decades. Posters have been removed showing lighter areas, paint has been pulled off where tape has been pulled off the walls, smudges, dings, and unremitting grime...

Contrast this dystopian post office with the bright and happy UPS just down the street... To be honest, if I were working in the post office, I'd probably shoot--not my co-workers or patrons--but myself.

UNDERSERVED ? heh-heh

The only reason anyone goes into the post-office is because FedEx & UPS are not carrying regular mail--yet.

I have to believe that the idea, in part, of the MyRA is a way to attract greater business into the Post Office.

Lead balloon time.

Marlene

Ha,henry.We will be featured on an episode of North Woods Law,the show that Sue mentioned earlier.

Sandy Fridaze

Marlene | February 07, 2014 at 01:03 PM

well, perhaps they can just get extra storm troopers from the Department of Education or some of the other thousands of federal agents....

Can't have citizens burning wood in their fireplaces now, can we.

Sandy Fridaze

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henry

Sandy, the Post Office just put out an RFP for ammo. Maybe fireplace raids is what those good union folks will do once letters disappear.

MarkO

"Of course to Connolly it was all a coincidence and the hearing was McCarthyism in bloom."

Not so fast my friend. To me, the burden is now on those agencies to show why there was such a sudden surge of interest. Let the subpoenas fly.

Did you see BOR jump all over that idiot Jason Chaffetz for failing to get Leon Panetta on the record about what he told Obama? Finally, something useful from him.

Beasts of England

Does the Post Office have guns? If they don't, I'm not too worried about the ammo...

Jane-Rebel Alliance1

O'Reilly was a complete ass, as always. I agree Panetta needs to be subpoenaed but Chaffetz can't do it.

The real question is why Issa hasn't done it.

Captain Hate

I don't think Issa has subpoena power.

Captain Hate

[For the second time] I don't think Issa has subpoena power.

Captain Hate

[For the third time] I don't think Issa has subpoena power.

Captain Hate

Aaaaand they all show up at once.

Jim Rhoads f/k/a vnjagvet

It seems noteworthy that our Ambassador to the United Nations and the her henchwoman, the State Department's Spokesidiot found the need to comment on such an innocuous and obvious parody, with somewhat poorer production values than SNL I might add. No sense of humor, huh?

New State Department Policy:

Let's go after private Israeli citizens who are doing nothing more than exercising their freedom of speech in their own country. Brilliant.

What a bunch of buffoons we have in charge of foreign affairs. Of course, we have a bunch of buffoons in charge of everything now.

centralcal

Lachlan Markay ‏@lachlan 10m

PHOTO: OBAMA APPLAUDS COMMUNISM
https://twitter.com/JohnEkdahl/status/431856927791132672/photo/1

centralcal

How communistic.

But, Obama liked it!

narciso

Caroline Glick's site, has a much better parody, the Latma report, which is more curiously more bizarre and on point, then SNL has done since 1981

Captain Hate

Jim, thin skinned and vindictive is no way to conduct foreign policy, even if it replicates the MO of Jugears McFly.

Bori

BoE,

Yes there are armed postal workers, they are part of the United States Postal Inspection Service, somewhere in the vicinity of 1000 in their crime division.

Beasts of England

Thanks, Bori! Forgot about them...

Jack is Back!

BoE,

Forget to use your "Forever" stamp correctly and you'll find out all about that Postal ammo:)

narciso

Hey that version of Lurch is more lifelike,

So I happen to come across Time magazine, and it has one piece by Massimo Calabresi,
(for those without the rosetta, he was one of those reporters, who covered Powell, like Tiger beat, and coincidentally believed everything Valerie Plame's zaftig
worse half said. he focuses on the sad plight of an Amsterdam lad, Sabir Ali Khan,
why so sad, even though he gets $700 month in relief, while playing call of duty, well
he did spend some time in Pakistan's even
less welcoming accomodations, after being part of a Taliban cell, there is an extradition order for him, from NY, Ahab,
Bhaara's on the case, don't you know,
Calabresi ruefully notes Khan would have been sent to Gitmo, back in 2010, but since the inn is all full, the Dutch took him back, the same Dutch govt that treated Theo Van Gogh's death as inconvenience, who regard Gert Wilder's as something akin to a terrorist, and drove another dissident, out of their country, all shades of Silva, alas without Gabriel Allon,

Jack is Back!

We are off to Jacksonville for the Diocese track and field meet. Frederick is running the 800 and Mile. Check out my FB for photos as they run. Not back until late tonight.

Jane-Rebel Alliance1

Capn',

Why don't you think he has subpoena power? (I have no idea but I assume he does.)

Jack is Back!

I thought Lois Lerner showed up under subpoena issued by Issa?

narciso

the other piece was about Sochi, and how the 'ring of steel' which hasn't been very
sturdy according to recent reports, is akin to the original founding of the place as a fortress at the mouth of the Sochi river,
this being Time, they didn't bother to name
the place, Alexandria as it turns out,

Jane-Rebel Alliance1

I found this:


Darrell Issa's First Subpoena.

The first subpoena issued by Darrell Issa, the chairman of the Committee for Oversight and Government Reform, was sent Wednesday. It doesn’t come as a surprise that the top oversight watchdog’s first subpoena called for Bank of America to hand over all documents pertaining to Countrywide’s VIP loan program. As ranking member in the 111th Congress, Issa pushed for the investigation of the very same sweetheart loan program that gave special rates and lower fees to some government officials. So why is this first subpoena such a big deal?

I don't see a date.

Danube on iPad

It's certainly my understanding that he has subpoena power as committee chairman.

Ignatz

--Bangui (Central African Republic) (AFP) - A mob lynched a Muslim on Friday after he fell off a crowded lorry......--

Is that what they call the Ubangui Stomp?

Captain Hate

I erred in stating he doesn't have subpoena power. Levin has complained that Issa needs more power to compel testimony under oath that only Boehner can grant.

Old Lurker

Sure Issa has Subpoena power. He just doesn't use it as much as he should and that's one reason I think he is more smoke than fire.

centralcal

Colin Powell continues with the disgraceful remarks (via Mediaite):

“There are certain elements of the party who go out of their way to demonize people who don’t look like the way they’d like them to look like or came from some other place,” Powell said. “I think the party has to deal with this.”

He said that even senior-level Republicans continue to make “statements about women” and “minorities” that make the party look “less tolerant than it should be.” Powell specifically cited voting laws which he said are designed to restrict minority access to the polls.

Given this, Mitchell asked if Powell was still a Republican. Powell said that he is. “I think a Republican Party needs me more than the Democratic Party needs me,” he concluded.

What "voting laws" exactly restrict minority access to the polls? A simple I.D.? Good grief.

Old Lurker

Interesting, Cap'n. There's that name again...Boehner.

Ignatz

The EPA ban, so far, is only for newly manufactured stoves and inserts and looks as though it will be phased in.
The first object of any constitutional convention should be repeal of the interstate commerce clause.

Ignatz

If only the GOP was intolerant enough to kick bloviating jerks like Powell out.
We need him like a lesbian bicycle needs a butch fish, or something like that.

Danube on iPad

Subpoena power:

http://www.gibsondunn.com/publications/Documents/PowertoInvestigate-AuthoritiesOfHouseAndSenateCommittees.pdf

narciso

Which reminds me, Madden, one of Mittens top men, who was talking out of his loafer, in the last campaign, is also Boehner's man,
right up there with Jeb's gal, Norma and Dr. Evil,

You can always count on Prince Bandar's tennis partner, by that I mean, never,
nor to point out how his country didn't abolish slavery till 1962,

narciso

Now mind he said it on Andrea Mitchell's show which is Rupert Pupkin with a side of crazy.

Man Tran on iPhone

MarkO,

Did you see BOR jump all over that idiot Jason Chaffetz for failing to get Leon Panetta on the record about what he told Obama? Finally, something useful from him.

We were screaming at O'Baxter for the hypocracy of not exerting his 'alpha' self on Jugears.

Re PoI, notice we didn't see the gymnast carry the Bible back out?

Captain Hate

Has anybody ever seen a statement from Powell that wasn't self serving?

Beasts of England

At least Powell tried to mend the racial divide. With that Romanian woman...

sbwaters

CH, I just commented on the WSJ editorial:

"immigration reform is strangled by Republicans dancing to talk radio"

Bullfeathers! An editorial should provide useful insight to help me decide what to do. What "reform" is required for immigration, or is the phrase a meaningless cliché?

Tease the issue into its constituent parts: borders, government that does not enforce the law, youngsters born into an untenable position because of their parents and executive branch malfeasance, unskilled labor needs, skilled labor needs . . . the list goes on. Then parse the arguments pro and con.

I couldn't care less about your "opinion." Instead, give me useful, specific insight, if you have any.

Captain Hate

Outstanding sbw; did you respond online or to the dead tree?

Bill Kristol tries to conduct a serious conversation involving F Chuck; much unintentional hilarity ensues: http://www.mediaite.com/tv/kristol-loses-it-over-chuck-todds-suggestion-palin-might-run-for-president-for-the-money/

The good news is no interns died.

Danube on iPad

"Has anybody ever seen a statement from Powell that wasn't self serving?"

No. And hell, I can't recall a statement that was helpful to the Republican Party or to any Republican candidate, despite the fact that he owes his JCS chairmanship and his cabinet office to two Republican presidents. What a reptile.

daddy

Good Morning! Just an observation.

On my morning Internet browse before starting catch-up I spotted something unusual at the BBC. The BBC used to allow comments to stories---not all of them, but many of them. In recent months (maybe for a year or more--I can't recall exactly) I have not seen a single story I can remember that allows readers to comment.

Not on Politics, not on Global Warming, not on Jimmy Saville, not on Wind Turbines, not on Climate Change, not on nothing. No comments allowed.

So thought it worth mentioning that today, the BBC's Environment Correspondent, Matt McGrath, allows readers to comment and give their opinion on the UK Govt's proposed new scheme to charge a tax on each and every plastic bag used in the Kingdom.

Should England institute a program to charge 5 P per bag to help the Environment? That you can comment on, and so far 1,051 folks have commented.

Any other topic readers can comment on? Nope. None. So shut up. Your opinion is irrelevant unless you want to talk about a Govt program to tax each and every plastic bags in the Kingdom. Did I already mention Shut up?

Account Deleted

OL,

What can Isssa and Boehner do which could not be turned to "mean GOP" in order to fix the Lackwitz Sisters in their place? The LCD for Lackwitz Sisters is the target, there is no thought involved - just peck and drool conditioned response. Reality is slowly conditioning the Lackwitz Sisters into accepting the fact the Progressive Democrats are habitual liars.

What purpose does giving the MFMocrats any ammunition to light up a two minute hate among the peck and droolers have? I'd much rather see a continuous, gentle, nudge regarding Democrat liars than confrontation, given the demonstrably limited nature of the intelligence of the target.

I have a feeling the lack of full throated DeMFM support for Bloody Barbie and the LawSlut is a recognition marker regarding the shift among the Lackwitz Sisters. We still have another month before the full scope of the BOzodontcare failure begins to be revealed. We might want to continue to extend our deepest sympathies to any Lackwitz Sister we encounter with "I understand. It's terrible to be lied to, bless your heart." for a bit longer.

Threadkiller

http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2014/02/jay-lenos-parting-shot-the-worst-thing-about-retiring-is-signing-up-for-obamacare-video/

Solidarnosc.

Britain has much stricter laws on defamation. The site mgr can be held responsible for racist or violent comments.

sbwaters

CH, online.

Threadkiller

I figured that one day it would come to me, but it hasn't.

Who are the 'Lackwitz Sisters?"

Captain Hate

Thanks sbw, I'll check it out.

Btw, the Kristol video I linked earlier is incredible with how he nailed how Scarblowhard and his trained parrot go ecstatic when Jon Huntsman comes on and says "I ARE SERIOUS CANDIDATE" and they start gushing that he can say it in Mandarin.

Captain Hate

TK, I've always assumed it's the LIV who sit and cluck during Louise Slaughter's laughably maudlin narration about how one of her slacker constituents is using her dead sister's false teeth instead of thinking "who was dumb enough to vote for this crone".

**Bill in AZ**

Who are the 'Lackwitz Sisters?"

The Drooling Peckers... wait... Pecking Droolers?

daddy

Another observation.

I keep getting an ad on the side of my JOM page which is some guy's hand holding something horribly creepy looking and the words "EAT THIS...KILL HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE. The creepy thing looks like some round translucent bug with creepy black legs all around it. There is no way in the world I would eat something so damn creepy, much less let it into the house.

Is it just me that is so creeped out by that damn ugly, ugly ad, or is anybody else repulsed by the repulsive, repulsive thing?

Gaaaack!

NK(withnewsoftware)

I've got a Snowbird Resort advert...

peter

that's been showing up on my screen for days, daddy. I assume it is some new "supplement."

daddy

OL-- I wasn't semi joking about that. What I said was there are two big pools of 'money' which the Feds haven't tapped yet, 401k/IRA accounts and credit card debt. With OPM running out rapidly, it's logical to anticipate that when the next financial 'crisis' hits, the Socialists will try to grab more OPM (Emmanuel's no crisis goes to waste), and those are the only big pools left. MyRA is clearly meant to be a platform to nationalize 401k/IRA accounts

NK,

Mark Levin's been on this a few times over the last 2 weeks and takes it very seriously. Elizabeth Warren is pushing for it---no big surprise.

Jane-Rebel Alliance1

WOW:

QUINNIPIAC: Paul Ryan 48%, Hillary 43%; Rand Paul 47%, Hillary Clinton 43%; Ted Cruz 43%, Hillary 44%; Christie 42%, Hillary 43%.

BTW I love how Rand Paul continues to remind everyone what a slimebag Bill Clinton really is. Just what Hillarity needs.

Jane-Rebel Alliance1

I am beyond upset at what Congress is getting away with particularly after yesterday and the Cummings' revelations. I'm also torn because I don't want to blow the next election, and anything we do will be completely attacked by the left as racist, sexist, non-vegetarian, or whatever the latest is.

And I'm quite proud of Boehner for announcing they cannot pass immigration because of the lawless president. Is it better to go on attack or stand still politically? I have no idea.

Danube on iPad

That Quinnipiac poll is for Colorado, Jane. But still...that's a state Obama carried twice, and pretty comfortably IIRC.

NK(withnewsoftware)

daddy-- great, now I'm learning how to think like a socialist. Oh well, didn't both von Clausewitz and Sun Tzu both say know your enemies.

Speaking of enemies, Byron York shows us thateverything about ObummerCare is a lie, especially the enrollment numbers: http://washingtonexaminer.com/number-of-obamacare-sign-ups-is-greatly-inflated/article/2543629

NK(withnewsoftware)

DoT-- if HildaBeast is underwater in Col. Mark Udall needs to pack his bags.

NK(withnewsoftware)

MyRAs-- someone earlier commented that they make sense as USPS deposits to compete with banks. I think that's correct, and the 1st step goal of MyRAs.

Account Deleted

"Who are the 'Lackwitz Sisters?""

Bill,

White, 18-29, HS or some college earning less than $2K per month. Positive ID can be determined by the presence of eagle feathers but a firmly clutched iphone in combination with a slightly slack jaw is considered dispositive by many watchers. They are typically netted using emo bait in even numbered years, used once in early November and then discarded.

Miss Marple

Back from the food pantry work.

Today, the following sad incidents:
1. Woman diagnosed with breast cancer on the hone to the clinic while waiting in line.
2. Guy asking for coats for his 4 kids.
3. Young woman who showed up without a coat.
4. Homeless couple living with friends, she 9 months pregnant.
5. Construction worker who almost broke down while filling out the form, having never had to ask for help.

We had 20 families today, which is slow. On Tuesday they had SIXTY.

You can imagine my attitude on hearing the "great news" that unemployment was down to 6.7%.

They aren't fooling Wall Street with those numbers, but they are demoralizing the unemployed who think that there is something wrong with them because they can't get work. I really, really despise the administration and the media.

People, if you have a church food pantry near you, please consider donating, either food or cash. I am in Indiana, which is fairly affluent compared to some other states, and this is what we are seeing in a suburban area with few minorities.

NK(withnewsoftware)

RickB-- Lackwitz... what no $100,000 Debt for BA in Art History, minor in Womens' Studies?

Beasts of England

It's brutal out there, Miss Marple. I, too, am troubled by the reportage of the unemployment news. That this indicator is used in support of a claimed economic recovery is even more painful.

Account Deleted

NK,

The fully fledged BArista branch is of less interest due to over conditioning (thought to be a result of inbreeding).

Old Lurker

Rick was being polite and did not want to call them Witless.

But you get the point.

daddy

McGruff The Crime Dog Actor Sentenced To 16 Years For Pot, Grenade Launcher

McGruff the Crime Dog is a perfect example of Govt waste. I listen to radio constantly and the stupid McGruff radio ads are idiotic and a total waste of taxpayer money.

Captain Hate

BTW I love how Rand Paul continues to remind everyone what a slimebag Bill Clinton really is. Just what Hillarity needs.

I wonder how many lamps were thrown over Elizabeth Hurley.

Ignatz

--The creepy thing looks like some round translucent bug with creepy black legs all around it. There is no way in the world I would eat something so damn creepy, much less let it into the house.--

Looks like some kind of jelly fish to me, daddy. I clicked on the link and it said marineesentials.com so presumably it's some gelatinous, tentacled denizen of the briny deep, but I wasn't willing to listen to a 30 minute infomercial to get any further details.

daddy

from Verner on FB -

Janet,

Please say "Hey" to Verner for us. She is much missed.

Miss Marple

Beasts, This is really distressing to me. Although I see a certain number of grifter types, most of the people I am seeing are people who once had gainful employment: construction, retail, clerical. They cannot get jobs and they have pretty much exhausted their resources.

The young couple, I believe, lost their home. The address on his drivers license was in a subdivision, but that isn't where they are now. The girl without a coat had moved here from Ohio to be near relatives and was living in a trailer. The woman with the breast cancer diagnosis had gone to the free clinic run by the Episcopal Church at the country seat. Her son doesn't yet have a drivers' license and will be in charge of getting food and running errands.

It is heartbreaking. Most of these people want JOBS. And there aren't that many for them, even in Indiana. I cannot imagine what things are like in Appalachia, in the inner city, in some of the rural towns out in the Plains.

This just infuriates me!

NK(withnewsoftware)

Obama is absolutely toxic in Colo. (Quinnipiac Poll) The combo of people who left Blue Hell Calif and libertarian potheads just hate Obummer.

Old Lurker

Jane, the thing about those poll numbers is how solid the Clinton base is at that same 43% that used to be Obama's solid core.

Damn shame that 40% just don't care so long as somebody promises them someone else' stuff.

I would think Clinton would say her 43% is in the bag and how hard can it be to get that over the top?

It is not going to be that easy for her, but it's not going to be a fun few years watching it play out.

daddy

Tennessee - I think Nashville.

Verner lives in Melvis Memphis, unless she's moved.

Jane-Rebel Alliance1

Thanks DOt, even so it is good news. Wonder what the NH numbers are.

Oh and the winner (Scott Walker) isn't even in the race.

NK(withnewsoftware)

OL-- I see HildaBeast at 43% in Colo as a wonderful thing. That includes all LIVs who would zombie like vote for her anyway. I see HildaBeast going up marginally from there, and when the small group employees are kicked off plans effective 2015, I think she takes another big hit, and when the Mullahs detonate the Shia Bomb and say thanks Obummer, she takes another hit. I know, I'm an optomist.

Miss Marple

http://washingtonexaminer.com/man-apprehended-trying-to-jump-white-house-fence/article/2543673

Ignatz

I look forward to seeing the venal, pathological Hillary humiliated in 2016.

Old Lurker

Yes you are an optimist, NK.

We did the black guy last time, so now it's time for a woman... Lackwitz sisters + dumb women + metrosexual males + gays + blacks + Jews + unions + ....

Facts? Who cares?

Miss Marple

Ignatz,

I want them all humiliated, from Obama and Kerry down to Dick Durbin and Diane Feinstein. I want MSNBC humiliated, too.

Don't get me started.

Old Lurker

Why is why Warren bearing free credit cards and pay day loans is such a threat to the PIAPS.

Beasts of England

Jobs provide not only wages, but dignity, Miss Marple. The anecdote you related about the man breaking down while signing up for aid is beyond sad. To see the extraordinary sums of welfare squandered on those who won't even try, versus the gentleman in question, is but another aspect of my distaste for leftists.

rich@gmu

daddy-

it is a sort of pro-hormone testosterone supplement.

and reading your comments the other day-why not run for that senate seat?

Old Lurker

Me too, MM, but it is hard to have much confidence in our fellow citizens and the other voters, dead, alive or legal.

Beasts of England

@OL: You're right - it will be a cold day in Hell before the dems nominate a white, male, straight, Christian again. Plenty of tribal boxes left to check, and rhetorical deflections to enjoy.

peter

daddy posted:
McGruff the Crime Dog is a perfect example of Govt waste. I listen to radio constantly and the stupid McGruff radio ads are idiotic and a total waste of taxpayer money.

The really odd juxtaposition is when they put those PSA spots on during the Mark Levin show here on WABC in New York, and you hear a commercial for Dora and Diego shilling for Michelle Obama's 'Lefts Move' crap.

Ignatz

Miss Marple is a wonderful contact point for the real stories and misery behind what the left likes to paint as meaningless numbers, such as the labor participation rate, or tries to put lipstick on the pig of Barry and his Funemploymentcare and all those 58 year olds just dying to retire because they can't afford to keep working thanks to the insane agenda and disincentives of the retards running the Dem party.

We have well and truly entered the world of Newspeak with this batch of IngSoc imbeciles trying to turn reality and logic on its head.

daddy

"There aren't enough EPA police to enforce the ban."

They don't have to have enough EPA police. All they have to do, in the words of the EPA guy caught on tape are to find one example and "crucify them."

They'd go into a little town in the Mediterranean and they'd find the first 5 guys they saw and they'd crucify them. That town would be really easy to manage for the next few years. So we make examples out of people who are not complying with the Law. Find people who are not complying with the Law and hit them as hard as you can and make examples out of them as a deterrent factor. And companies are smart to see that. They don't want to play that, and they decide at that point to clean up. But that won't happen unless you have somebody out there making examples of people...so that's our general philosophy.

Beasts of England

daddy@4:51 - Gibson Guitars comes to mind.

NK(withnewsoftware)

OL-- all true, that is the way the LiVs roll. One thing though, that's what got Dinkins elected in 1989, and his incompetence ruined the 'progressive' brand in NYC for 20 years, and the 'black guy' brand for 20+ years. I am an optimist that the rest of the USA does the same thing in 2016.

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