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  • Danke's Avatar
    Today, 08:37 PM
    Just make sure it's at an establishment far from the reservation and don't have a lot of cash in your wallet.
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  • Danke's Avatar
    Today, 08:32 PM
    Just what America needs, more drunk Injuns...
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  • Danke's Avatar
    Today, 08:29 PM
    Not necessarily. You have to have the accompanying velocity of money for that to happen. So far most of the money printing has been parked in banks.
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  • AuH20's Avatar
    Today, 07:33 PM
    Encouraging. Build the wall and make Nancy Pelosi sob uncontrollably. 858479028948414465
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  • Origanalist's Avatar
    Today, 06:59 PM
    written by neil clark saturday april 29, 2017 What would have happened had there been no Iraq War in 2003 and Saddam Hussein had stayed in power? Where would we be today? It’s the 28th of April 2017. Saddam Hussein, president of Iraq, now a member state of the newly reconstituted United Arab Republic (with Syria and Egypt), is celebrating his 80th birthday. There are big processions on a gloriously sunny and very hot day in Baghdad. Among visiting foreign heads of state was Zimbabwe’s 93-year-old President Robert Mugabe, who joked that if Saddam gave up smoking Cohibas and started drinking herbal teas he might even live to be as old as him. However, Western leaders boycotted the celebrations, with British Prime Minister Theresa May – who says (at least ten times a day) that she supports a “strong and stable government” in the UK, denouncing Saddam as a “despicable tyrant.” Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson went even further, calling Saddam “a dreadful mugwump thingymujig.” State television shows Saddam’s favorite movie, The Sound of Music, on a loop. In his address to the nation, the grey-haired Iraqi strongman, now appearing old and quite frail, looks back at his time in power and identifies the avoidance of war in 2003 as a major turning point. A planned US-led invasion of Iraq was averted by mass public protests, an unprecedented level of civil disobedience in Western countries, and threats of mutinies from soldiers, who refused to take part in an illegal enterprise.
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  • Origanalist's Avatar
    Today, 06:57 PM
    A true patriot.
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  • osan's Avatar
    Today, 06:56 PM
    What does any of this have to do with the original question of which is more important? Have we gone off on a tangent?
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  • Origanalist's Avatar
    Today, 06:49 PM
    written by veteran intelligence professionals for sanity saturday april 29, 2017 AN OPEN MEMORANDUM FOR THE AMERICAN PEOPLE From: Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity (VIPS) Subject: Mattis ‘No Doubt’ Stance on Alleged Syrian CW Smacks of Politicized Intelligence Donald Trump’s new Secretary of Defense, retired Marine General James “Mad Dog” Mattis, during a recent trip to Israel, commented on the issue of Syria’s retention and use of chemical weapons in violation of its obligations to dispose of the totality of its declared chemical weapons capability in accordance with the provisions of both the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC) and relevant U.N. Security Council resolutions.
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  • Origanalist's Avatar
    Today, 06:42 PM
    Oops.
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  • Suzanimal's Avatar
    Today, 06:14 PM
    I may have to swing by Steinmart because I really like her clothes. I think they relabeled them for political reasons. I noticed her lines were getting slammed in reviews on Macys by people who didn't even buy the clothes. I hate that. http://www.glamour.com/story/ivanka-trump-clothing-relabeled-adrienne-vittadini
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  • osan's Avatar
    Today, 06:07 PM
    That's not the relevant issue if protecting the innocent is more important than punishing the guilty.
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  • Suzanimal's Avatar
    Today, 05:02 PM
    I made mushrooms stuffed with homemade Italian sausage for Mr Animal and #1 son, broccoli casserole for #2 son, and a big diet Caesar salad for muhself and I have a big ole grapefruit for dessert. I'm on my bathing suit meal plan right now. I've been gaining and losing the same 5 lbs since Christmas and it's driving me crazy. My diet Caesar recipe romaine lettuce (I chop it big so I have to chew more and it slows me down when I'm eating. I'm a fast eater.) Ken's Creamy Caesar Lite (80 calories for 2 TBSP and it tastes good. One of the few diet things I actually like) That's it. Easy peasy. I'll also eat a grapefruit later and if I still feel hungry, I'll have some cucumber slices with hummus. I had that for lunch.
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  • Suzanimal's Avatar
    Today, 04:49 PM
    Does it help the taste? I'd really rather not have the honey in it.
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  • Suzanimal's Avatar
    Today, 04:46 PM
    Me, too!!! :D
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  • AZJoe's Avatar
    Today, 04:40 PM
    I doubt it would be the cakewalk you envision. And it is not as simple as simply counting beans. Its more a comparison of apples to oranges. Despite its advanced weapons and money, remember Washington’s great war machine lost in Korea and Vietnam. After 16 years, it is losing in Afghanistan. It’s proxy war to overthrow Syria is now all but embers. Let’s compare some of the differences from Iraq. Iran is more than three and a half times the area of Iraq. And it is far more mountainous and varied terrain. It does not allow for easy fast ground invasion, and more lengthy, risky and difficult air raids. It is far more defensible terrain. Iran is also more than twice the population of Iraq, and the population is unified. Iran is not the fractured Sunni – Shia – Kurds factions that were in Iraq. Iran is an ancient nation. Iran is not a made up country of artificial borders dreamed up by Western nations squeezing together a mish mash hodge podge of separate nations and varying groups. Washington would not have Shia and Kurd factions rising up to fight the government forces during the invasion. Iran has a population that is overwhelmingly ethnically and religiously homogeneous. Nor would you likely have generals and military so quick to surrender like many of the Baathist of Iraq that had little true loyalty to Saddam. The population would be effectively unified in resisting the invaders. Also, Iran’s military is not the backwater brigades of the 1980s when Washington instigated and supported Saddam Hussein’s failed invasion of Iran. Since that time their defenses are substantially improved. Plus Iran and other nations have had the past two decades of opportunity to watch study and plan for Washington's military tactics, chain of command, logistics, assault, invasions, weapons, coordination, SOP, in action because Washington has actively been invading, attacking and warring with other nations continuously since that time. First Washington’s modus operendi of bombing of nations with no effective air defense against Washington’s air superiority would not exist. While Iran has a modest air force of over 450 operational jets and military aircraft, it would not scramble them to go toe to doe with US air force. Over the past twenty years, Iran has hardened, buried and concealed the most valuable military, government and civilian targets. Washington would not simply obliterate all targets in 24 hours. Remember Washington launched the most concentrated bombing raids for 78 days straight against Yugoslavia yet Serbian forces survived virtually unscathed. That is when Washington decided to really up the rain of terror by targeting civilian targets while offering a deal to Milosevic. Basically Washington resorted to openly using terrorism to get the deal it wanted.
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  • Suzanimal's Avatar
    Today, 04:25 PM
    I love the turquoise/coral colors - very hot right now. The simple turquoise/rope?leather? is nice, too. And I have the same place mats on my sun room table.:D:cool:
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  • Suzanimal's Avatar
    Today, 04:21 PM
    Back off and let these people get a picture!! :D
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  • Suzanimal's Avatar
    Today, 04:18 PM
    The taste takes some getting used to but it's wonderful with a little honey. I don't normally add honey to my tea but this one is so sour (the article is correct about the cranberry taste), it needs it. I don't think I've ever hallucinated on it, btw.:)
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  • Danke's Avatar
    Today, 04:17 PM
    This one got out of her cage.
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  • AuH20's Avatar
    Today, 01:07 PM
    If we could reverse the following 3 USC rulings and 1 legislative act, we wouldn't need a wall. But until Ron Paul and other emotionally vulnerable libertarians can provide a miraculous legal roadmap to do so, the only logical course of action is to build a physical barrier to prevent entry. The Hoppean strategy of physical access denial is the last civil answer that has not been fully usurped by the U.S. court system. 14th Amendment Birthright Citizenship Clause that originally only applied to recently freed slaves: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Birthright_citizenship_in_the_United_States Plyler v. Doe which guarantees publicly financed education to non- citizens: https://www.law.cornell.edu/supremecourt/text/457/202 Graham v. Richardson which prohibits states from denying benefits to noncitizens: http://immigrationtounitedstates.org/526-graham-v-richardson.html
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  • Suzanimal's Avatar
    Today, 12:26 PM
    You would "spill" coffee in his happy place? I'd just laugh and point. Boys hate that.
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  • DamianTV's Avatar
    Today, 12:00 PM
    https://jonrappoport.wordpress.com/2017/04/27/how-would-you-feel-if-your-doctor-were-bribed-to-give-you-a-drug/ Full article on link.
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