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  1. nebdem says:

    Chuck Hagel is a political hack who only won because of the company he left ensured his victory when he was running in Nebraska, that company was Diebold. Why would anyone want to trust a person who runs a company that creates voting machines, when they decide to run for office using those machines? What he said about Iraq at the time was brave, kudos to him for saying that, but he is just as much as an “insider” as one can get, the narrative paints he as being flexible and open, but don’t buy the dog and pony show, because that what it all is.

    • sno valentine says:

      My cynical side says they are ALL insiders. There is so much corruption in DC!! They are allowed to do insider trading that would but Wall Streeters in jail. Both parties are part of the scams, and change the rules to meet their needs.

  2. nebdem says:

    Django Unchained

    Outstanding movie, amazing, powerful, deep, and bloody. What we expect from a Quentin Tarantino movie. For all those that complain because of the language used in the film, well they can go frakk themselves.

  3. m Cubed says:

    I am tired–good night everyone.

  4. sno valentine says:

    Politics suck, IMHO. It so very much divides us when it could unite us in so many positive ways. If you got normal people in a room and hashed it out, real solutions would emerge. But… there is so much money at stake, the whole system gets corrupted.

    • PocoToo says:

      I think the people you are talking about are the one’s drown out by the loud mouths.

    • nebdem says:

      I agree. The longer you stay away from politics the more healthy you’ll become in mind and spirit.

      • So, you’re content to let any jackass run the show?

        • nebdem says:

          To be cynical and brutally honest, the “show” has been handpicked at a national level, Yes, at the local level it is different, so being engaged more with local issues is more prudent than hoping for national change vie an election. You and your darn questions that take longer than one response to answer, I’m cutting you off from the second response I was going to give.

          • I agree with you on those points. But avoiding the unpleasantness gives them free rein to continue. Nothing will change by doing the same thing. The voters must be engaged.

            😛

            • nebdem says:

              The voter must be engaged, but even so- at the national level most voters ought to have realized by now that the office of the Presidency changes the President, not the other way around.

      • BoyInBOYCOTT says:

        I’m not impressed with Hagel either. He spit on ambassador Hormel, when spewing sh*t at queers was perfectly OK, and he risked NOTHING. Now it puts you on the WRONG side of History. He also is as bad as Akin on women’s choice and women in combat.

        • nebdem says:

          Good points! But, but he was critical of the Bush and the War, that is all he has, because everywhere else he is directly opposite of the wants of Democrats.

      • termgirl says:

        Yes, there are a lot of lousy politicians, but there are some good ones, as well.
        The truth is… they are all we have.
        They are the ones who pass the laws and implement them, and those laws affect all of us.
        I can only speak for myself.
        I am not happier or healthier when I am disengaged from politics. I am happier and healthier when I am active.

    • Haruko Haruhara says:

      Yeah, politics really brings out the worst in people.

  5. sno valentine says:

    I’m not too far away from this:

    A senior citizen said to his eighty-year old buddy:
    ‘So I hear you’re getting married?’
    ‘Yep!’
    ‘Do I know her?’
    ‘Nope!’
    ‘This woman, is she good looking?’
    ‘Not really.’
    ‘Is she a good cook?’
    ‘Naw, she can’t cook too well.’
    ‘Does she have lots of money?’
    ‘Nope! Poor as a church mouse.’
    ‘Well, then, is she good in bed?’
    ‘I don’t know.’
    ‘Why in the world do you want to marry her then?’
    ‘Because she can still drive!’

  6. PocoToo says:

    With all the cruse ship incidents, why would anyone go on one?

  7. BoyInBOYCOTT says:

    Just finished Project Runway, and wasn’t happy who they kicked off. They dumped this little odd fellow, and the woman who was also in the bottom, EVERYONE on their team denounced as the weakest link, and the odd fellow is the one who saved her dress.

  8. sno valentine says:

    Sorry, this one is pretty cute:

    A little old man shuffled slowly into an ice cream parlor and pulled himself slowly, painfully, up onto a stool… After catching his breath, he ordered a banana split.
    The waitress asked kindly, ‘Crushed nuts?’
    ‘No,’ he replied, ‘Arthritis.’

  9. ok i’m posting a page about snos because he is here—–just wait for my heads up if you let the KAT take it then you only have yourself to blame—page in 10 minutes .

  10. Hey, Boy! Those shows bother me – I know they’re rigged.

  11. ok other than the cat anyone ready?

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