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12 hours ago.
by rshill7
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Letters To Ed :-)

"We've been duped by the Republicans. Kentucky Sen. and minority leader Mitch McConnell in a news conference one day after the election, stated that the single and sole goal of the GOP over the next two years is: to make Barack Obama a single term president. What an arrogant and obnoxious goal and statement. There agenda before the election was to get votes by promising that there first goals were jobs, the economy and health care reform. It seems their goal is to grab power, not to do things for the people that are in need of jobs and or unemployment pay, health care for those that don't have it, and the people losing their homes. This is the same party that wanted the auto plants and their suppliers to go out of business. We are just coming back from what they did to this country, and now we have them back to do the same things to our country again. What a mess the next two years is going to bring to this country. Talk about partisanship." Carl D. Leow Rogers Cit

 
 

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rshill7

You can't even define the word. According to your definition, you "hate" me, right?

Look up the word "disagree" and make the comparison. A fool calling a brilliant and wise person like Ted Cruz a dunce. That's so rich is ought be taxed, huh?

Look up the word credibility while you're at it, ok fool...it'll give you something new to covet...which you'll no doubt also have to look up.

Posted 12 hours ago.

normanlake

Hate is a way of life for uninformed paranoids like Shrill. Yes, you HAVE expressed Hate, toward Muslims in particular.

Posted 18 hours ago.

normanlake

Rand Paul is a Dunce. Ted Cruz is a Dunce. The whole*****GOP Party is full of dunces. John McCain is a Dunce. Mitch McConnell is a Dunce. John Boehner is an Idiot.

Posted 18 hours ago.

amos57usa

If the republicans take the senate 14 does that not increase the likelyhood that Hillary wins 16.

Posted 23 hours ago.

rshill7

Will you be headlining the next shoe-throwing ceremony? Good for you.

Posted 2 days ago.

rshill7

Don't hate anyone...but if you repeat it often enough, and loudly enough, you are certainly welcome to believe it.

I mean, it's not as if you don't already believe a host of other things that just ain't so. One more won't make any difference.

I suppose it's like a hobby for you.

The "tolerance" you fail to exhibit is exempt though, huh?

Got it.

Posted 2 days ago.

I'm glad for Politibrew, where all the paranoids have a spot to get it out of their system. They hate all who are not like them, they even have a list of veterans they hate while at the same time proclaiming to love veterans. If RS sold tin foil hats, duct tape and plastic along with his T-shirts he would make a fortune.

Posted 2 days ago.

There is very conspicuous silence regarding Canadian/Cuban Cruz being booed off the stage at a Christian seminar where he was the keynote speaker. How thin-skinned is this guy? Even Bush stood there and took it when shoes were being hurled at him.

Posted 2 days ago.

rshill7

Then "make up" some "crap" yourself, and name it mini-me.

Posted 4 days ago.

rshill7

Thank you, Dumb Poster Boy.

You have never uttered a single uplifting syllable in this paper.

When you're done f-ing yourself, please rinse and repeat.

Posted 4 days ago.

normanlake

I see in the pathetic, non-participatory Politibrew FB page, fear mongering and HATE of Muslims is being spread by our local fool. ISIS is NOT representative of most Muslims, as the bigot site suggests, with the help of the political panderer Rand(what is that thing on his head?) Paul.

Posted 4 days ago.

normanlake

And now, the WAR DRUMS are beating louder and LOUDER.

Posted 5 days ago.

normanlake

The Sarah Palin hillbilly show is on now. Yes folks, the conservative hero, failed Vice Presidential candidate, and Quitter and her family has been brawling. We cannot make this crap up.

Posted 5 days ago.

rshill7

Pallor is an apt word for sure. My brother-in-law died of cancer 3 years ago. He was only 52 years old. May they both rest in peace.

Everyone came together that day.

When you have an extra ten minutes or so, watch this. Many people are not aware of this amazing evacuation of souls from the island of Manhattan.

Search term at YouTube: BOATLIFT - An Untold Tale of 9/11 Resilience

Amazing, heartwarming account.

Posted 5 days ago.

I was at work and my wife called to tell me a plane had flown into the WTC. I said they probably built the building to withstand small plane crashes and she said no, this was an airliner. As a former air traffic controller my first thought was, "What in the world is an airliner doing at that altitude?". I went to the breakroom and someone had set up a television, where we watched the rest unfold. Productivity was zero for several days around the office, which is a lot of things not being done when 200 people aren't doing them. Gradually the norm returned, but I will never forget the pallor over the office. My brother died of cancer 9/11/2009, it is a double day of reflection for me.

Posted 6 days ago.

rshill7

I said what's going on? What happened? They told me a plane had hit one of the twin towers and news reports were coming in that one had hit the Pentagon. What? Wow! No Way! See ya' later.

I hopped into my Bronco, turned on the radio, and the news was streaming in. Unbelieveable. Inconceivable. I cellphoned my wife. These were the first cellphones we ever had. She said, hello, and I said turn on the news. We both became Fox News junkies that day, and remain to this day.

The kids were released early from school if I remember correctly. Everyone was shaken up and glued to the news, 13 years ago today.

What was going to happen next? At this point, all bets were off. If this could happen, what else might happen? Priorities changed from coast to coast and on islands throughout U.S territories and all over the globe. People began considering their own mortality and churches were filled. Do you remember? How can you forget?

Posted 6 days ago.

rshill7

September 11, 2001, was a typical happy day for our little family. Just about three weeks prior we had moved from Southen Michigan to Northern Michigan and purchased a lake house, which was a dream for us. Quiet, private, wildlife all around. A pristine lake right there. We didn't even have a boat yet. That was a few boats ago. We had been re-painting the railing on the front deck and had just about finished. All settled in now and loving it. Town a 28 minute drive through and across more beautiful farms and landscapes.

I had risen early, just like my biological clock still has me doing. Had to go to the bank and deposit some checks some of our online customers had sent us. I think it was about 9:40 AM or so. The bank teller's faces looked much different than they did the last couple of times I'd been in there. They were talking back and forth between themselves. I don't think they wanted to be there at that particular time.

Posted 6 days ago.

rshill7

You could always try Hooked On Phonics Jaxometry, it could very well break you from that Hooked On Hyperbole habit you've got.

Ooops, I forgot to ask the government if I could write that. You should go ahead and ask them if you can read it though, just so we don't upset the Freedom/Subjugation continuum.

Posted 7 days ago.

amos57usa

If churches paid their share of property taxes the mess called Wayne road could have been paved with gold long ago.

Obamacare had a public option but Romneycare appears to be popular anyway.

Posted 7 days ago.

amos57usa

If churches paid their share of property taxes the mess called Wayne road could have been paved with gold long ago.

Obamacare had a public option but Romneycare appears to be popular anyway.

Posted 7 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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