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  1. lbalch commented on Gary Varvel 12 months ago

    You sir are a shame to all “true Americans.” Your own selfhatered is too obvious.

  2. lbalch commented on Ted Rall 12 months ago

    I’m pretty sure Dick Chaney would be his choice.

  3. lbalch commented on John Deering 12 months ago

    That’s what I want, a Dr. who chose his profession for the monetary rewards.

  4. lbalch commented on Signe Wilkinson 12 months ago

    Considering that all those public pensions were invested in wall street, who do you suppose has all the money that was supposed to fund them.

  5. lbalch commented on Glenn McCoy 12 months ago

    Well he is obviously smarter then you ditto heads, that has to count as a postive.

  6. lbalch commented on Gary Varvel 12 months ago

    which you have obviously not done as you’ve been to busy watching Fox.
    What failed was a “democratic theological” rule and not paying attention to the weather before they left England.

  7. lbalch commented on Steve Benson 12 months ago

    That was said to discourage political parties from forming. Even as they were forming the founders knew they were a bad idea.

  8. lbalch commented on Gary Varvel 12 months ago

    Try reading history instead of listening to someone else’s interpretation of it. It is ( and recognized then) fairly certain that England would have been beaten and occupied by Germany had not they gained more time to prepare by the Munich agreement.
    You don’t like the deal with Iran fine, find a reason other than mistaking a necessary ‘bad deal’ with what is going on today.

  9. lbalch commented on Glenn McCoy about 1 year ago

    I do like socialism, the economic kind. Like that personal liberty thing too, just wish the conservatives would stop trying to take that away.

  10. lbalch commented on Glenn McCoy about 1 year ago

    If you consider the last election stolen, by allegedly cooked unemployment figures, do you consider the elections of 2000 and 2004 to be the brinks robbery and the bank of London robberies of politics.