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  1. believecommonsense commented on Clay Bennett over 3 years ago

    Bennett scores a home run. I love this! Hi everybody … carry on!

  2. believecommonsense commented on Bob Gorrell almost 4 years ago

    Really? got link? I saw an article in the LA Daily News saying lawmakers wanted to repeal the 22nd, but it was dated 2005!!

  3. believecommonsense commented on Michael Ramirez almost 4 years ago

    i saw the first domino and I’m aware of speculation … but no proof. when egyptian folks on the street talk to reporters, they talk about high unemployment, needing jobs and opposing corruption

  4. believecommonsense commented on Michael Ramirez almost 4 years ago

    Ramirez is opposing an uprising for democracy?

  5. believecommonsense commented on Clay Jones almost 4 years ago

    motive, thanks for the info. Sounds like the GOP wants us to go backward. They’re willing to denigrate women, and their rights, in order to push their pro-life views. The old, the ends justify the means. So a woman who’s raped with a knife held to her throat won’t count as being raped because she doesn’t physically attack her attacker? Sick.

  6. believecommonsense commented on Bob Gorrell almost 4 years ago

    irritatingly stupid toon … this reaches into absurdity and inanity just to dig Obama … dumb

  7. believecommonsense commented on Clay Jones almost 4 years ago

    back to “free” cell phones. From Safelink’s website:

    https://www.safelinkwireless.com/EnrollmentPublic/benefits.aspx

    “There is no “Obama phone” or other newly created federal program to provide free cell phones. As you may know, this is a myth that is now circulating on the Web via email and blog sites. It has been thoroughly debunked by independent groups. (See for example: FactCheck.org at http://www.factcheck.org/2009/10/the-obama-phone/, which notes: “Low-income households have been eligible for discounted telephone service for more than a decade. But the program is funded by telecom companies, not by taxes, and the president has nothing to do with it.”

    “SafeLink phones are not paid for by taxpayers or the federal government. TracFone Wireless pays for the phones and also the cost of promoting its SafeLink program to make sure that eligible consumers know about the program.”

  8. believecommonsense commented on Clay Jones almost 4 years ago

    ”And, would someone please explain to me how a person on medicade “qualifies” for a FREE cell phone w/ 250 minutes/ month (free also), while those nasty “rich” (i.e., we that WORK) have to pay for our cells?”

    would someone please explain to me WTF that comment is about?

  9. believecommonsense commented on Clay Bennett almost 4 years ago

    This great nation’s exceptionalism was guaranteed by our great founding father’s patriotic commitment to this great nation’s exceptional devotion to our founding father’s commitment to our constitution, which grants American exceptionalism for this great nation. – as explained by Sarah Palin

  10. believecommonsense commented on Tony Auth almost 4 years ago

    rockngolfer, what a sad tale about the polar bear and her cub.