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  1. j gray commented on Stone Soup 9 days ago

    careful with categoraization like that.

    last i heard, there are about 50 or so separate genders out there.

    apparently, it is no longer centered around nature’s equipment

  2. j gray commented on Prickly City 9 days ago

    legal athiest?

    no… she is positive that there are laws, but sees no need for them to apply to her, while ensuring that they apply to others

    what is the term for that?

    narcissistic sociopath with mild delusions of grandeur.

    or, for those with short attention spans, the compact version is Progressive

  3. j gray commented on Prickly City 10 days ago

    helpful for whom? if mr. obama and mrs. clinton would quit stalling, intimidating witnesses, destroying evidence, etc., this could all be over by now

  4. j gray commented on Garfield 10 days ago

    what a way to handle the second scariest question from a lady….

  5. j gray commented on Candorville 10 days ago

    lets see, a couple just had their children taken by the State for letting the kids walk down the block and go to the playground by themselves.

    Sorry lemont. not only is the world a different place, but the progressives will take your child away if you let him out by himself.

  6. j gray commented on Candorville 12 days ago

    Three,

    so you agree that the best way for Mrs. Clinton to win is to make sure she is not in any way, shape, or form, forced into any sort of accountability/

    typical progressive. accountability is only for white men, and they are accountable for everything, even the things they did not do.

  7. j gray commented on Prickly City 13 days ago

    nope, cuz it is not dead, and speaks to larger issues.

    remember, hillary was found with IRS files of her political foes in her closet at the white house, she is trying to step into an office that used the entire irs office as a political weapon.

  8. j gray commented on Luann 16 days ago

    how could you trust the word of ANYONE who thinks NY is full of “good vibe”? it is most assuredly full of something, but not sure that it is “good vibes”

  9. j gray commented on Candorville 16 days ago

    was wondering about the second panel. when Georgia passed mandatory voter ID, minority voting increased, drastically.

    how does that equate to making it harder? i know it makes it harder for the progressive churches and other outfits to vote FOR people, but not harder for them to vote for themselves.

  10. j gray commented on Prickly City 24 days ago

    If the only horror stories you hear about the ACA are “outright lies and fear mongering from right wing tea bagger crazies”, then maybe you should try listening to someone besides ed schultz and jon stewart for information.

    the premiums for theACA health insurance I was forced to buy went up 110% this year. had to use it for vaccinations for my work, and, of the $785 in costs, it cover $1.48.

    and as for your foolish notion that somehow we are all supposed to be “equal”, you need to actually read the Constitution.

    It says we should all have equal OPPORTUNITY, not equal outcomes…. that is the sad part of the progressive push, they push for equal outcome.. and they are getting it.

    everyone loses