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Jamaal510

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Hannity Has Pro Shooter Jessie Duff On The Range

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Because I'm a Moron

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If you ever want to get a Republican to support gun control, just show them this:



Remember, these people were the main reason why Reagan enacted gun control. It wasn't so much that he hated guns (in fact, he was a staunch believer in the 2nd Amendment). He was scared of the Black Power movement and the Black Panthers standing up for our rights against police brutality.

It's Official: The Majority Of Republicans Are Insane

More: http://www.salon.com/2013/01/17/poll_64_of_republicans_are_birthers/

A whopping 64 percent of Republicans think it’s “probably true” that President Obama is hiding important information about his background and early life, including his possible birthplace, according to a new nationwide survey of registered voters from Fairleigh Dickinson University’s PublicMind project examining Americans’ belief in political conspiracy theories.

Belief in conspiracy theories is not unique to Republicans — 56 percent of Democrats believe in one of the four popular myths researchers asked about — but it is more common. Among registered GOPers, 75 percent said at least one of the four theories was likely true. Moreover, researchers noted: “Generally, the more people know about current events, the less likely they are to believe in conspiracy theories — but not among Republicans, where more knowledge leads to greater belief in political conspiracies.”

Bush ll Speech Fails

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Hey Arnold "Drug" Reference?

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88 Fingers Edward

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DU this poll: "Do you support Pres. Obama's plan to curb gun violence?"

Link: http://www.yahoo.com

Look on the right-hand side for the poll.

The Reality Of The Next Decade: Split Gov't Control!

Link: http://www.theprogressiveprofessor.com/?tag=reapportionment

It is now clear that our political system is facing a long period, probably at least a decade, of split government control on the national level!

The Democratic Party has a long term edge with the electorate, as a result of the two Barack Obama Presidential victories, with the only difference being the loss in 2012 of Indiana and North Carolina.

But with the growing Hispanic and Latino population in Arizona, Texas, and Georgia, the likelihood of those states turning “blue’ from “red” over this decade, is becoming more likely, and with that manifestation, the Electoral College situation will become much more one sided than it is now, and yet still allow for some states to wander over to the other side without affecting a Democratic victory for the White House.

Additionally, with the surprise gain in seats by the Democrats in the US Senate, only losing one state, Nebraska, and gaining Maine, Massachusetts, and Indiana in return, and more Republican seats up for reelection in 2014, the likelihood of the Senate staying majority Democratic for the long term, continues to grow.

However, with the gerrymandering of seats by Republican legislatures and Governors in 2010, even though the Democrats won more votes for the US House of Representatives, the Republicans were able to hold on to the majority, although reduced by about eight seats. The Democrats will have trouble gaining 17 seats or more because of the gerrymandering, and even if they do gain a slight edge, could easily lose it two or four years after winning the majority.

So the likelihood of a Democratic President, Democratic Senate, and a Republican House becomes more a normal situation until at least the next reapportionment of seats after the 2020 Census, and the Presidential and Congressional Elections of that year, but with the advantage that 2020 is a Presidential year, while 2010 was not.

So this means the odds of a long range stalemate and gridlock in American politics are clear cut!


Ted Nugent

Link: http://countingdownto.com/countdown/176293#.UL-oqrQGU84.facebook

"On April 12th, 2012 the Motor City Meathead promised us: 'If Barack Obama becomes the president in November, again, I will be either be dead or in jail by this time next year.'
I assume he was trying to get out the vote for Obama. Anyway, here is a helpful reminder to him. Do the right thing Ted."

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