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Hometown: San Francisco, Ca.
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Member since: Tue Sep 14, 2010, 03:05 PM
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About Me

Second generation native San Franciscan; and third generation Democrat.

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Your Favorite Seinfeld Episode? (POLL)

The Opera
(Elaine unknowingly is dating Crazy Joe Davola, who has just left a threatening message on Jerry's recorder)

If your favorite episode isn't listed, click on "Pass", and list yours.

What's your favorite scene from The Sopranos?

Mine has to be when Christopher and Paulie take the Russian guy out in the woods to kill him and then get lost.

At one point, Paulie falls over a snow bank and yells "C**T"

What's your favorite line from What About Bob?

I'm sailing!..I'm sailing!

What makes Republicans laugh out loud?

This is one example of what some Republicans think is hilarious.

The slack-jowled, knuckle-dragging Neanderthal who posted the above 'story"
(Male, 51-55) has joined over 1500 "experience groups" at Experience Project in addition to
"I Believe Barack Obama Is Dangerous For This Country" (OP)

The list of other "experience" groups this freak has joined include:
"I Am Not Stupid"
"I Am A Conservative and Proud Of It"
"I Am A Fool"
"I Am A Graduate Of The Old Skool" (sic)
"I Am A Mean Girl Gang member" (?)
"I Am A Rebel, But Not A Stupid One"
"I Am An Awesome Weirdo"
"I Am Crazy"
"I Am Curious About My Sexual Appetite"
"I Am Disgusted By People Who Enjoy ****** " (Your guess is as good as mine)
"I Am Incomplete"
"I Am Mentally Damaged Due To My Past"
"I Am Tired Of being A Conservative And No One Speaks Out"
"I Am Unemployable" (I wonder why?)
"I Am Watching President Obama"
"I Believe In The Right To Bare (sic) Arms"
"I Believe Liberals Are Ruining America"
"I Believe Obama Is A Charming Phony"
I Believe Women Need Real Men"
I Believe What Doesn't Kill You Eventually Will"

I won't go on...He's either joined or created 1500 more experience groups, many are sexually explicit.

What's John Boehner's favorite brand of liquor?

Johnny Walker Orange?

DEA oversteps it's bounds.

A DEA officer stops at a ranch in Texas and talks with an old rancher.

"I need to inspect your ranch for illegally grown drugs."

The rancher says: "OK, but don't go into that field over there." as he points to a nearby field.

The DEA officer verbally explodes saying
"Mister, I have the authority of the federal government with me"

Reaching into his rear pants pocket he removes his badge and proudly displays it to the rancher.
"See this badge?.This badge means I'm allowed to go wherever I wish...On any land...No questions asked or answers given...Have I made myself clear?"

The rancher nods politely, apologizes, and goes about his chores.

A short time later, the old rancher hears loud screams and sees the DEA officer running for his life chased by the rancher's very large bull.
With every step, the bull is gaining ground on the officer, and it seems likely that he will get gored before he reaches safety.
The officer is clearly terrified.

The rancher throws down his tools, runs to the fence and yells:
"Your badge! Show him your badge!"

Ferguson Nightmare Widens: Giuliani, the NFL & Cops Doubling Down on Their "Right To Kill"

December 1, 2014

The single worst moment in Darren Wilson's testimony about the day he shot Michael Brown came when he called the unarmed teenager "It," saying at one point, "It looks like a demon."

He also compared him to "Hulk Hogan" and described him as "bulking up" as if to magically
"run through" his bullets.

But somehow the word "it" cut through the delusional, self-aggrandizing dramatics and showed the problem at the heart of their encounter.

To Wilson, Mike brown wasn't human..."It" was a demon.

Read more:

Why did Ted Nugent cross the road?

Because he saw a 12-year-old girl on the other side?


Mitch McConnell's Political Life Examined in "The Cynic"

Fresh Air
November 20, 2014

When Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) first entered politics in the 1960s, he started out as a moderate.- pro abortion rights, pro-union, in support of the civil rights movement.
With time, McConnell shifted to the right as the Republican Party shifted.

"I was just really startled by this when I started looking into it," Alec MacGillis tells 'Fresh Air's Terry Gross.
"I knew that he had started out as somewhat more moderate - but I didn't realize just how moderate he really was."

MacGillis's new book, "The Cynic: The Political Education of Mitch McConnell" traces how McConnell became one of the most powerful politicians in the country - and it examines McConnell's evolution as a politician.

In the 1960s, McConnell was "firmly pro-abortion rights," says MacGillis.
"In his first elected office in Louisville, Ky, as county executive in Louisville, he repeatedly snuffed out anti-abortion bills that were coming through his office - didn't even let them come up for a vote or hearing," he says.

Read more, hear interview:

"Drug Warrior Mitch McConnell Tied To Millions In Cocaine"

How Jonathan Gruber--and Republicans Using Him--Get Obamacare History All Wrong

Daily Kos
November 13, 2014

"Republicans have more ammunition for their Obamacare repeal quest in the form of stupid and disparaging remarks made in 2013 by Jonathan Gruber, the guy who was instrumental in creating Romneycare in Massachusetts, and was a technical consultant to the White House on the Affordable Care Act...That's a key thing to keep in mind - Gruber is an economist and he had a bunch of models from developing Romneycare that he used to game out various funding scenarios on the federal law.

He was a consultant who was doing number crunching, and while influential, was not in on the messaging or the actual bill writing.

It is also worth keeping in mind that these renewed attacks are coming from the Republicans who gave us "death panels" and "government takeover" and "illegals" getting health insurance and the $716 billion in Medicare cuts - not to mention Sen. Mitch McConnell and his argument that Kentucky could keep Kynect after Obamacare is repealed "root and branch".

These are mot people who are bastions of truth on the healthcare law."

Read more:

"Jonathan Gruber's Comments About Obamacare Are Offensive, But They Are Also Untrue"

"David Axelrod Slams Jonathan Gruber Over Obamacare Comments"
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