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    This is so wrong on so many levels, yet it is funny. Sarcasm at it's finest.
    Last edited by ProBlue33; 11-20-2012 at 04:34 PM.
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    Great advice.
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    No wonder Pelosi looks like she does.

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    That was great!
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    Does the fucking victim have family? Why does the precinct still exist?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ProBlue33 View Post
    Sarcasm at it's finest.
    There's always an element of truth behind sarcasm.

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    More hilarity from the same source


    So politically incorrect, yet funny, even the old words they use that have completely different meanings today.


    But back to the first video was the first females opinion correct about rejecting the gold standard?
    Rand Paul's Advise For 2016.
    "WE CAN'T LET THE CLINTONS BACK IN THE WHITE HOUSE"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YtueGskYjxM
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wVwtBsmdAGk

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    Quote Originally Posted by ProBlue33 View Post
    But back to the first video was the first females opinion correct about rejecting the gold standard?
    Devaluing a currency has been used often as an attempt to boost exports, so she's right about that. Doesn't mean it's sound monetary policy.






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