HomeLatest ThreadsGreatest ThreadsForums & GroupsMy SubscriptionsMy Posts
DU Home » Latest Threads » liberal N proud » Journal
Page: « Prev 1 ... 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 ... 95 Next »

liberal N proud

Profile Information

Gender: Do not display
Member since: Sun Aug 8, 2004, 01:54 PM
Number of posts: 52,495

Journal Archives

Don’t be an “Escalefter”

Escalefter n. person who stands on the left side of the escalator when (s)he should be standing on the right.

The same people who are driving on the left side of the 4 lane highway I suspect!

Posted by liberal N proud | Tue Nov 4, 2014, 06:28 PM (0 replies)

A man's right to change diapers is on the ballot in North Dakota?


North Dakota measure 6 would "create a presumption that each parent is a fit parent and entitled to be awarded equal parental rights and responsibilities by a court unless there is clear and convincing evidence to the contrary." In plain English: It's one of the first major legislative pushes by the emerging men's rights movement. The proposal, which failed in 2006, has the backing of groups like the National Coalition for Men and a A Voice for Men (which cut an ad in support). The measure had the support of 44 percent of voters in October, short of the 50 percent it needs to pass.

This and other weird initiatives on the ballot today around the nation here: http://www.motherjones.com/politics/2014/11/midterm-elections-bears-booze-cash-weed-congress

Can you catch a bear with a doughnut?

Posted by liberal N proud | Tue Nov 4, 2014, 03:53 PM (74 replies)

Oops! Nixon tweets voting pic that shows woman's exposed rear

KANSAS CITY, Mo. —A picture tweeted by Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon's office Tuesday inadvertently showed a woman's behind.

In the picture, Nixon is seated next to a woman whose pants didn't quite cover it all as she voted.

The governor's office quickly deleted the picture and replaced it with another image encouraging residents to get out and vote, but not before the tweet went viral.

The governor's office has not issued a statement on the deleted tweet.

The image was taken at the governor's polling location in Jefferson City, Mo

Read more: http://www.kmbc.com/news/oops-nixon-tweets-voting-pic-that-shows-womans-exposed-rear/29522640#ixzz3I80ql7ZO
Posted by liberal N proud | Tue Nov 4, 2014, 03:05 PM (12 replies)

Why I’m Not Voting in the Midterms

Voters share the reasons that they will not show up at the polls Tuesday for the midterm elections. Are you voting? Tweet using the hashtag #whyvotemidterms and tell us why.

Proof that Americans are getting dumber...


Posted by liberal N proud | Tue Nov 4, 2014, 07:31 AM (2 replies)

I am not answering my phone until Wednesday

Too many political phone calls. If I don't recognize the number, let it ring!

Posted by liberal N proud | Sat Nov 1, 2014, 08:39 PM (6 replies)

This is how the media spins cost of living - it's always political

Why Americans Can't Afford to Live in Liberal Cities

On April 2, 2014, a protester in Oakland, Ca., mounted a Yahoo bus, climbed to the front of the roof, and vomited onto the top the windshield.

If not the year's most persuasive act of dissent, it was certainly one of the most memorable demonstrations in the Bay Area, where residents have marched, blockaded, and retched in protest of San Francisco's economic inequality and unaffordable housing. The city's gaps—between rich and poor, between housing need and housing supply—have been duly catalogued. Even among American tech hubs, San Francisco stands alone with both the most expensive real estate and the fewest new construction permits per unit since 1990.

But San Francisco's problem is bigger than San Francisco. Across the country, rich dense cities are struggling with affordable housing, to the considerable anguish of their middle class families.

Among the 100 largest U.S. metros, 63 percent of homes are "within reach" for a middle-class family, according to Trulia. But among the 20 richest U.S. metros, just 47 percent of homes are affordable, including a national low of 14 percent in San Francisco. The firm defined "within reach" as a for-sale home with a total monthly payment (including mortgage and taxes) less than 31 percent of the metro's median household income.

If you line up the country's 100 richest metros from 1 to 100, household affordability falls as household income rises, even after you consider that middle class families in richer cities have more income.

Rich Households = Unaffordable Houses?

Super-Liberal Cities, Super-Unaffordable Houses


It's all because the people living in these cities are lubrul?

Posted by liberal N proud | Wed Oct 29, 2014, 04:29 PM (8 replies)

Boehner: Bush would have punched Putin

House Speaker John Boehner trashes President Obama's foreign policy on the campaign trail by talking up George W. Bush


Un fucking believable - we would be in WWIII if the republicans would have been in charge over the last few years.

Posted by liberal N proud | Tue Oct 28, 2014, 06:41 AM (23 replies)

Just saw the first Christmas themed commercial - Best Buy

Totally repulsed, I vow not to shop Best Buy this season!

Posted by liberal N proud | Sun Oct 26, 2014, 07:41 PM (18 replies)

Why I hate neighbors

When we bought our house, we were the only ones on the road for a mile either direction. Then one day, the developers came in purchased the wooded land around us and cut the trees down and put up houses.

Suddenly, we have neighbors on 3 sides. One built a berm on our property and planted evergreens on the property line, the next one decided they owned half of our back yard. The third neighbor hired someone to clean up their leaves, all they did was blow them on our property in big piles and took off. I came home today and had huge piles of leaves in my yard parallel with the property line.

Yeah, neighbors are great! NOT! It seems like I drew the biggest assholes in the area.

Posted by liberal N proud | Thu Oct 23, 2014, 06:20 PM (24 replies)

Another American success story: We Spent $7.6 Billion To Crush The Afghan Opium Trade—And ...

We Spent $7.6 Billion To Crush The Afghan Opium Trade—And It's Doing Better Than Ever

Opium poppy cultivation in Afghanistan is at record levels, according to a new report from the Office of the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction. That's despite more than a decade of American efforts to knock out the Afghan drug trade—at a cost of roughly $7.6 billion.

SIGAR's data, which comes from the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), shows that Afghan opium cultivation nearly tripled between 1994 and 2013. More than 780 tons of heroin or morphine could be produced with the current crop, whose total value is estimated at nearly $3 billion, up from $2 billion in 2012.


Part of bu$h and cheney's Nation Building I presume.

Posted by liberal N proud | Tue Oct 21, 2014, 12:26 PM (3 replies)
Go to Page: « Prev 1 ... 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 ... 95 Next »