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Big Bird says



to Romney
Posted by liberal N proud | Thu Oct 4, 2012, 07:01 AM (0 replies)

Romney will kill Big Bird





Posted by liberal N proud | Thu Oct 4, 2012, 07:01 AM (0 replies)

ROMNEY WINS ROMNEY WINS - HE GOT THE LAST WORD!

In his eyes, that is all that matters.
Posted by liberal N proud | Wed Oct 3, 2012, 10:31 PM (0 replies)

Now Laher is inturupting the President.

Total lack of respect.
Posted by liberal N proud | Wed Oct 3, 2012, 10:21 PM (1 replies)

Romney is talking fast and interupting and sound like a maniac

That can't be good with regard to the score keepers.
Posted by liberal N proud | Wed Oct 3, 2012, 09:59 PM (17 replies)

A name change in wildlife agncy leads hunters to conlcude that hunting will be banned

A change in the name for the California California's Department of Fish and Game lead hunters to the conclusion that it is a push to eliminate hunting... across the country.

California's Department of Fish and Game gets a name change -- and controversy

Call them words of war between hunters and wildlife activists: Starting Jan. 1, California's Department of Fish and Game will become Department of Fish and Wildlife.

The change, hunters say, reflects a move away from traditional hunting and fishing values and is part of a bigger push by the Humane Society of the United States to eliminate hunting across the nation.

Environmentalists and animal activists say it reflects a move to manage all wildlife in the state, not just "game" for hunters.

California's change will leave just 12 states using "game" in the name of the agency overseeing wildlife, according to the Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies. (Those are: Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Idaho, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Virginia and Wyoming.)



http://usnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2012/10/03/14200590-californias-department-of-fish-and-game-gets-a-name-change-and-controversy?lite
Posted by liberal N proud | Wed Oct 3, 2012, 07:32 PM (3 replies)

10 things that used to be free

1. Airline services
From baggage and leg room fees to charges for in-flight movies, meals and even bottles of water, airlines have "unbundled" many of their complimentary services and

2. Food delivery
Many restaurants now charge a delivery fee, usually anywhere from $1.50 to as much as $6. Then you're expected to tip the delivery person on top of that.

3. Banking
Today, charges abound -- from monthly charges to overdraft and ATM fees. Some banks have even charged for talking to a teller.

4. Television
Years ago, TVs with "rabbit ears" might have looked silly, but the programming was free. Today, local TV is still free, but more than 100 million American households pay for it through cable and satellite providers. And we are still watching commercials.

5. News
Sure, there's still plenty of news out there for free, but 20% of U.S. newspapers require readers to pay to access online content,

6. Trash pickup
Trash removal is certainly something we wouldn't want to pay for, and often it's included in your property taxes.


7. Gas station services
There was a time when gas station attendants would pump your gas and clean your windshield for free.

8. School activities and facilities
As if college tuition wasn't high enough -- the average in-state tuition at public colleges is $8,244 a year, according to the College Board -- schools are increasingly charging extra fees for fitness facilities, parking garages or even campus health services.

9. Directory assistance
Back in the day, you weren't charged for calling directory assistance. Today, calling or texting your carrier's 411 service could cost you a couple bucks.

10. Paying a bill by phone
Today, you often have to pay a fee just to pay your bill -- over the phone, that is. For example, DirecTV charges $5, and Verizon charges $3.50 for over-the-phone payments.

http://money.msn.com/shopping-deals/article.aspx?post=f506917e-9c6a-4153-bfb7-83dfb377da39

Posted by liberal N proud | Wed Oct 3, 2012, 07:26 AM (57 replies)

Why is the Catholic church not paying taxes?

Catholic bishop: Voting for Obama jeopardizes the ‘eternal salvation of your own soul’

A Catholic bishop from Springfield, Illinois is warning that the stakes for the 2012 election are even higher than most people think because voting for President Barack Obama could damn “you own soul” to hell.

In a column and video posted by the official newspaper of the Diocese of Springfield in Illinois and obtained by Right Wing Watch on Wednesday, Bishop Thomas John Paprocki called out the Democratic Party for temporarily removing God from their platform, supporting abortion and recognizing that “gay rights are human rights.”

“There are many positive and beneficial planks in the Democratic Party Platform, but I am pointing out those that explicitly endorse intrinsic evils,” the bishop explained. “My job is not to tell you for whom you should vote. But I do have a duty to speak out on moral issues. I would be abdicating this duty if I remained silent out of fear of sounding ‘political’ and didn’t say anything about the morality of these issues. People of faith object to these platform positions that promote serious sins.”


http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2012/09/27/catholic-bishop-voting-for-obama-jeopardizes-the-eternal-salvation-of-your-own-soul/

This is clearly a violation of separation of church and state and an example of the church attempting to influence elections.
Posted by liberal N proud | Mon Oct 1, 2012, 03:27 PM (1 replies)

Scarborough's sweet Jesus moment was the Moment of Zen last night

Stewart played the Romney Ryan chant segment with Scarborough following it for the Moment of Zen last night.
Posted by liberal N proud | Thu Sep 27, 2012, 06:43 AM (2 replies)

King says he's delaying lawsuit against Obama

SIOUX CITY | U.S. Rep. Steve King, R-Kiron, on Monday said he’s delaying until after the November election filing a lawsuit that challenges the Obama administration’s new immigration rules. He previously said the case would be submitted before Labor Day.

"We are close to the election. It would be viewed as a political initiative anyway," he said.

The new rules, approved this summer, give illegal immigrants who came to the U.S. as children a chance to stay in the country and work.

The change was announced June 15. On the same day, King said he would sue President Barack Obama to stop the new policy. King later said the legal action would be submitted at the end of August.

King during a meeting with the Journal editorial board on Monday said he is still working through the list of plaintiffs that could be part of a lawsuit, as well as picking the judicial district for the filing. He hopes to file the case by late 2012 rather than early 2013.


http://siouxcityjournal.com/news/local/king-says-he-s-delaying-lawsuit-against-obama/article_6ce86f0e-68d9-5bb9-88dd-efdb5836e17b.html

I am surprised he isn't pushing this ahead and making it political since that is what it is anyway.

Posted by liberal N proud | Wed Sep 26, 2012, 06:54 AM (5 replies)
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