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MrScorpio

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Maybe we need a new forum called: "Bad Cop, No Donut"



You could count on me as being a regular poster… Hell, I might even moderate that damn thing.

Those of you who enjoy my show are in for a treat

I just posted a new episode: http://i.mixcloud.com/CG17E1

Have fun!

Say, is anyone up for having a heated argument?

Jeez, what am I thinking?

You guys are ALWAYS up for having a heated argument.

Never mind.... Carry on.

The Star Wars Role that Samuel L. Jackson was REALLY meant to play...



Fuck all that Mace Windu shit, Jackson was meant to play DARTH VADER!

Republicans and the Masters they serve, create mostly chaos, disorder, destruction and despair...

In order to blame the very victims of their crimes of being the ones who are causing all of the problems.



See The See Ice






This is not a good thing.

The Adventures of Business Cat...

43 House Republicans Are Suing President Obama For Being The President of the United States


Yet Another Not An Onion Article of the Day: 43 House Republicans Are Suing President Obama For Being The President of the United States, Instead of Passing Actual Legislation That Could Help Millions Of People

Forty three House Republicans are sponsoring a bill that if passed would force the House to sue President Obama for behaving like a president.

According to The Hill, “Forty-three Republicans have cosponsored the resolution since Obama’s State of the Union address, where he threatened to enact policies if Congress didn’t act. The “Stop This Overreaching Presidency (STOP)” measure, introduced by Rep. Tom Rice (S.C.), now has 104 co-sponsors, including Senate GOP hopeful Reps. Jack Kingston (Ga.), James Lankford (Okla.), Steve Stockman (Texas), Paul Broun (Ga.), Steve Daines (Mont.) and Phil Gingrey (Ga.).”

The House Republicans are upset because Barack Obama had the nerve to act like a president. They are angry that he delayed the employer mandate, implemented the DREAM Act for the executive branch, let people keep their substandard health insurance policies, and ended work requirements for welfare recipients.

Courts have ruled for decades that presidents have the constitutional power to delay the implementation of a law. Like all presidents, Obama’s executive orders only cover the executive branch. President Obama didn’t implement the DREAM Act for all of the country, just for the executive branch.

http://www.politicususa.com/2014/02/17/43-house-republicans-sue-barack-obama-president.html

It says so, right here...

Science Learnin'

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