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YES!!! Frank kicks @$$!
Friend with benefits?
Napoleon, gimme some of your flippin’ tots!
“I raised them on a diet of little nosy ducks.”
Must be a Beaver fan.
I live in Oregon. I’m a Duck fan. Can I take Truman’s place?
You can say that again, margueritem!
A ninth panel would show kitty leaving a calling card on the seat of Vickie’s throne.
Hmmmmm, who’s the real boss? First thing every morning, I feed and water our two furballs. Last thing before bedtime I give them fresh water and clean their litter boxes. They also get fresh water as soon as I get home from work, right after I brush each of them for ten minutes.
If one of their toys goes under the sofa, they give me “the look” until I get up and retrieve it for them. And so on.
So tell me again….who’s the boss? :)
Celine Dion scares the $#!* outta me.
If religious organizations want to get involved with politics, that’s free speech. I don’t have a problem with that, although I almost always disagree with their opinions and motives (such as Prop 8). This is America, they can say what they want.
However, they should not be tax-exempt. Why should any organization, religious or otherwise, that wants to influence politics be tax-exempt? Why should I subsidize an organization that wants to impose its views on me by force of law, when I disagree with those views? In the case of Proposition 8, that means everyone who pays taxes in the US contributed money for it to pass…even those who opposed it, like me.
It would be interesting to see if their members’ contributions would rise to make up the difference, or fall because said contributions would no longer be tax-deductible.