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Nitrox

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  1. the truth emerges in wisconsin fight

    I bet none of you bitches have read the actual bill.
  2. Ahem - Notice!!!!!!!!

    What about filling her giant ass?
  3. Gnarly Gnarlingtons

    Are assassins for the pope! Charlie'isms rule!
  4. Gnarly Gnarlingtons

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/02/25/charlie-sheen-rant-audio_n_828186.html
  5. Another Messaging Failure

    In other news, Qadaffi is a middle eastern leader that wasn't democratically elected.
  6. the truth emerges in wisconsin fight

    Have any of you crybabies read the actual proposed bill?
  7. the truth emerges in wisconsin fight

    You mean like the picture of Bush et al photoshopped into Hitler.
  8. the truth emerges in wisconsin fight

    You've never seemed to object to that before.
  9. the truth emerges in wisconsin fight

    What if the MN Guvv, put in a bullet train?
  10. the truth emerges in wisconsin fight

    You forgot poopy-face, little buddy.
  11. the truth emerges in wisconsin fight

    The single largest piece if legislation since Social Security and the unions gets exempted from the mandate. Its clear that Walker is not only solving their budget shortfall and also breaking it off in the Union's ass. I really don't see a downside. After what's been done and said over the last two years here's a does of "shove it down their throats" and "fuck off" all at once. It was all good when it was your program but now that its not your just a bunch of hand wringing whiny bitches. How do you like them apples?
  12. the truth emerges in wisconsin fight

    Crybabies.
  13. the truth emerges in wisconsin fight

    Or exempting unions from Obamacare?
  14. the truth emerges in wisconsin fight

    So what you're saying is that you're no longer in favor of "shove it down their throat" style of politics?
  15. the truth emerges in wisconsin fight

    J_b, I caught your segment on Lawrence O'Donell last night, you come off just as paranoid and kooky in person.
  16. the truth emerges in wisconsin fight

    I would like to premtively blame this entire situation on Sarah Palin.
  17. the truth emerges in wisconsin fight

    I flipped on the TV here in the hotel last night and toggled between Fox and MSNBC. You've hit every talking point with the same emphasis.
  18. the truth emerges in wisconsin fight

    I'm totally not voting for that Guvv again.
  19. Ahem - Notice!!!!!!!!

    What's your position on TTK's Highspeed Train?
  20. Class Warfare, Heartland USA,: Wisconsin

    If the blurb is true that's definitely bad policy with a significant potential for ripping off taxpayers by selling public assets to cronies on the cheap. The democrats should return so that they can cast votes against it. If its true then the biggest thinker in the Democrat camp works at the Gin and Taco.
  21. Class Warfare, Heartland USA,: Wisconsin

    Sure they did, after they refused and the legislation was written.
  22. Class Warfare, Heartland USA,: Wisconsin

    Your response to an 8% pay cut would be "cum on face"? When the economy tanked I lost about 25% of my income.
  23. DMV

    [video:youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IJ8E8R__KUM
  24. Viva the free market!

    Thank god for Ed at Gin and Tacos.
  25. Class Warfare, Heartland USA,: Wisconsin

    right, war is peace and paying teachers less will improve education. Did you fall on your head as a child? I didn't say paying teachers less would improve public education. Our education system is broken but it isn't because teachers make too much. However, I don't think paying them less would net a worse education system. And by "Less" I mean letting them contribute to their pension and paying for at least part of their health insurance, not the scorched earth, wage slashing, Kochtopus type shit you've been spouting. What's amusing is that all this angst is because the Wisconsin's Governor asked the state employee union to comprise and pay into their pension fund and contribute to insurance in order to avoid lay-offs. As I understand it they were asked to contribute 7 or 8 percent. Tragic, that would have sent those poor employees straight to the bread lines for sure.
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