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child of wonder

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You want to fix our broken politics by having both parties work together and compromise for the good of the people?!

Begone tyrant!!!!!!!!!!
 

DrDoug

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I thought it was pretty good myself.
Yup, and that's why Mikey is here! I love a comment I saw on Nikki Haley delivering the Republican rebuttal to the President's SOTU:

"I'm not sure about this Max Headroom remake."

She looks like she OD'd on botox...lol!
 

Linux23

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Want to cure cancer? How about we fund the use of cannabis as a possible cure and by that I mean remove it as a schedule 1 drug.
 

Subyman

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I find it interesting how different people view the same words. I found most of his speech refreshing. It was nice to hear a message of progress and positivity in a media storm of fear and divisiveness.
 

DrDoug

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I find it interesting how different people view the same words. I found most of his speech refreshing. It was nice to hear a message of progress and positivity in a media storm of fear and divisiveness.
Some people have a need to see a negative everywhere they look because it confirms their world views, others just see things as they are.

As bad as Nikki Haley's Republican response to the President's SOTU was, I'm looking forward to many more of them in the near future. :biggrin:
 

Jhhnn

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Nov 11, 1999
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I find it interesting how different people view the same words. I found most of his speech refreshing. It was nice to hear a message of progress and positivity in a media storm of fear and divisiveness.
I can agree with that. I particularly liked what he said about voting.
 

John Connor

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LMAO! Tonight like that last of his speeches was more smoke blown up your ass by this intolerable clown.

Thank God the fucker is outta here. Now Clinton needs to go to prison and Sanders...well he should just start a free chicken business or something.
 

thraashman

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Apr 10, 2000
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Times I think michal1980 has to have run out of stupid, he posts a thread like this. And of course his chief competition for "dumbest poster in P&N", John Connor, had to give his ½ cent (he's not smart enough to have 2 cents to give).
 

OutHouse

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I find it interesting how different people view the same words. I found most of his speech refreshing. It was nice to hear a message of progress and positivity in a media storm of fear and divisiveness.
You would have loved Joseph Goebbels.
 

Moonbeam

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Nov 24, 1999
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As I said, I find it interesting how different people view the same words.
What I find interesting is where that realization leads you. First off for me is the question of whether it's all a subjective situation, nobody is any more right than anybody else, or if we see a range from rational to mentally ill. Next question for me, once you may have come to some conclusion, is what to do about all those insane people running around claiming they see reality. Just how dangerous might they be for example, and what measures if any should one justly consider to stop them. Now were in territory I call extremely interesting. What if we have a deadly plague on our hands. And just imagine if they saw you that way, what they would do about you.

We know that just because your paranoid doesn't mean they are not out to get you, so is it paranoia to fear the paranoid?
 

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