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  1. Some Republicans can see reality, but try to hide it

    Once in a while some Republican is accidentally honest. A couple have admitted that Republican enacted changes to voting laws in various states have, as a goal, the suppression of Democrat voters. That kind of slipped out inadvertently, to be immediately retracted. Now, Ohio governor John Kasich has admitted that Obamacare has actually helped "real flesh and blood." Oh, the blasphemy. Even though he later backtracked, claimed to not support Obamacare and predicted it's repeal, it ...
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  2. Thar jes ain't no Republicans deescrminatin agin naygras, only dumbocrats is racist

    Well, I suppose there are many ways to "protect" the ballot. Here, apparently, is another way that Republicans insure that the vote is pure - pure white.

    http://america.aljazeera.com/blogs/s...gotocourt.html
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  3. New development and an opinion with some merit

    Well, the Turks are edging closer to the fight. They are now allowing Kurdish fighters to pass through their border to join other Kurds defending Kobane. That came after we started unilaterally dropping arms and ammo to those defending the town, over Turkish objections. Turkey insists on operating within the NATO framework, and that I understand. While I believe that the Turks could handle ISIS on their own, if necessary, surely ISIS realizes that Turkey is not alone. Bad ass as they see themselves ...
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  4. Good News! The CDC rates Austin Rabble as “mostly harmless”.

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    In a surprisingly proactive move, the CDC has been dedicating all its resources to determine if Ebola could be transmitted by internet blog sites. And I’m happy to say we’re at a lower risk than people who read the Daily KOS or the NY Times.
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  5. Palininskilust

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    These methods almost led to the military collapse of Tsaritsyn, and Lenin was eventually persuaded to recall Stalin to Moscow. But they did produce the grain. And after the civil war ended, Stalin’s military failures were forgotten. Tsaritsyn was even renamed Stalingrad. This pattern would repeat itself throughout Stalin’s life. Time after time, when faced with a huge crisis, ...

    Updated 10-18-2014 at 05:08 PM by Grillz

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