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Humorous ways to convince disbelievers about global warming

1) Construct a very large ark (legal name change to Noah a plus)
2) Get Walmart to have an ark sale
3) teach animals to walk in pairs by species to a nearby dock
4) have polar bears walk into salons asking to have electrolysis to have their hair removed
5) have birds begin to construct boats instead of nests for their eggs
6) have amazon change amazon prime to include a flooding premium

Feel free to think outside the box and add your own suggestion

Clinton Foundation fact sheet


The South is holding America hostage


There is another thread about South homage to civil war and the "lost cause of the confederacy"...
which had a lot of interesting tangents including one on how the South viewed the loss of the civil war as punishment from God which increased the power of religion in the south...

following these links I found this article...which basically suggests that the southern elite (?) are one of the forces leading to the economic warfare in the US... It matches the pattern I recall where the rustbelts loss of jobs started with an exodus to the sunbelt..

thought it was an interesting perspective

Become a poll worker


its not who votes..its who counts the votes...

what does it mean when an OP gets a 'milestone' added? nt


What are your top priority for the next President?

My top is appointing Supreme Court and Federal Court Justices who will not make decisions like Scalia, Alito, and Thomas. In fact I want more Ginsbergs and Sotomeyers

FDR on Voting

Nobody will ever deprive the American people of the right to vote except the American people themselves and the only way they could do this is by not voting. Franklin D. Roosevelt

The Obamas are the finest family to inhabit the White House in my entire life

I will greatly miss them

FDR era view of the political spectrum

A former advisor of Franklin D. Roosevelt’s, Rexford Tugwell, skillfully uses the example of a
community’s need for a new train station to illustrate the difference between liberals and radicals:
“Liberals would like to rebuild the station while the trains are running; radicals prefer to blow up the
station and forego service until the new structure is built.” One might add that conservatives would
prefer to keep the old station, being satisfied with it, while reactionaries would abandon the station
entirely since they do not approve of trains in the first place.

Bernie's staffers Brand New Congress initiative

is going to recruit tea party conservatives...to make their goals feasible.

If I were going to try to have a liberal platform, the last place I would look is in the tea party
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