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Posted 04/11/2014 01:56:12 EDT
I suppose I should keep better track of these things, but did the Birthers seamlessly shift over to becoming Benghazi nuts? It's got that same wild-eyed lack of substance to it.
Posted 04/11/2014 01:38:37 EDT
I'm guessing you're the troll. One in every (online) crowd.
Posted 04/11/2014 01:22:47 EDT
That's kind of my point. Can't tell much of anything from this letter. Maybe he's as pleasant as a peat moss sandwich, but maybe she's a basket case. She's asking a question about breaking up (or not) more »
Posted 04/11/2014 01:10:37 EDT
Saints are boring, pedantic and, by definition, dead.
Posted 04/11/2014 01:03:40 EDT
The vagueness in this letter is weird. Married 23 years and no mention of kids? And, reading between the lines, maybe the husband isn't quite the jerk LW made him out to be. She was quick to toss out more »
Posted 04/11/2014 12:16:33 EDT
It's a photo of her in the act of ducking a thrown shoe. Seems appropriate. That she's also 66 years-old is kind of an unavoidable fact.
Posted 04/10/2014 02:31:21 EDT
Kind of hypocritical to ban yoga pants in school when the girls' moms are wearing them in droves. Yes, it shows off some curvature. So do jeans. Everything about girls distracts teenage boys. You coul more »
Posted 11/20/2013 10:30:49 EST
Revere didn't look carefully at anything. Your city has always been after a quick buck, which is why it's been unable to make anything out of one of the best locations on the planet. A casino is just more »
Posted 10/16/2013 05:55:45 EDT
Someone, please, save us from the current field of governor candidates. I was hoping Curtatone would do it.
Posted 10/09/2013 11:45:44 EDT
The way we do engagements and weddings is stupid. If you've bought a house together, then you ought to be able to sit down and work out when you're getting married. Forget about the whole engagement r more »
Posted 10/04/2013 02:57:26 EDT
Paddock, at least you're honest about the Republicans trying to govern by extortion. It's still demented, but there's no point in the right pretending otherwise.
Posted 10/04/2013 02:55:01 EDT
Yeah, it's going real well for them. Their party is fracturing. 800,000 people are suddenly out of work. People aren't getting basic government services. And all this because the fringe of one polit more »
Posted 10/04/2013 02:42:32 EDT
Oh, and there is no debate over whether to fully fund Obamacare. It's already funded. That's why it's moving forward despite the shutdown. The question is whether Congress is willing to fund the rest more »
Posted 10/04/2013 02:37:46 EDT
I'm fine with what Obama has done. We've got national healthcare. The economy is better. We're ending wars rather than starting them. He's made big cuts in the deficit. I'd like him to do more, but more »
Posted 10/04/2013 02:33:42 EDT
Obamacare is funded. Or hadn't you noticed how it went into full effect this week despite the shutdown?
Posted 10/04/2013 02:31:26 EDT
The Republicans can tackle healthcare anytime they want via the legislative process and no one needs to shut down the federal government to do it. What they can't do is attempt to horse trade basic more »
Posted 10/04/2013 02:23:26 EDT
Um, I want Obama to be tough on radicals.
Posted 10/04/2013 02:22:27 EDT
You'd think the right wing would have noticed by now that Obamacare is funded and moving forward despite the shutdown. These are separate issues. If the Tea Party wants to do something about healthcar more »
Posted 09/05/2013 08:47:01 EDT
Umm, he didn't build out their system. The MBTA projects on the Big Dig got slashed. And I don't see tolls on I-93 that make the highway pay for itself.
Posted 09/05/2013 08:20:08 EDT
Well, thanks to Charlie Baker's "management" skills, it was a bribe that ballooned up to $16 billion (from an original cost projection of $2.8 billion). So, theoretically, Charlie should have bought h more »
Posted 09/05/2013 08:17:19 EDT
See, Baker is funny. He thinks he can act like colossal screw up he orchestrated on the Big Dig isn't relevant to whether he'd make a good governor. That's a complete knee-slapper because we're still more »
Posted 09/04/2013 03:46:55 EDT
It would be nice if the right wing was opposing U.S. military action because we have no defined ally in this conflict, or because the whole "red line" argument is stupid, or because it's entirely poss more »
Posted 09/04/2013 03:06:41 EDT
Funny thing about those Benghazi hearings. Every lead they follow seems to land on Congress not providing the funding for security at our international embassies. It's a bit like O.J. looking for th more »
Posted 09/04/2013 02:57:50 EDT
Actually, not authorizing a military attack on Syria would be the first credible thing this Congress has done.
Posted 08/08/2013 11:09:27 EDT
I've known so much as one adult male who fell for a woman that was stringing him along based on that whole cow-milk analogy. Not one.
Maybe it works with teenage boys.