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  • Kiss Singer Gene Simmons Tells Depressed People To Kill Themselves

    08/01/2014 12:38:10 PM PDT · 59 of 92
    Tau Food to dfwgator
    The point is, that these people aren’t sick at all. They are just unhappy and blame their unhappiness on everybody else.

    Like I said, I'm not a doctor and I know next to nothing about clinical depression.

    Depressed, sad, sick, ugly, I don't know, I'll let you be the connoisseur.

  • Kiss Singer Gene Simmons Tells Depressed People To Kill Themselves

    08/01/2014 11:54:26 AM PDT · 50 of 92
    Tau Food to dfwgator
    Yeah, but the pharma companies make money hand over fist with them.

    I have no idea why people get depressed and I know nothing about the efficacy of drugs or medications. However, nobody should encourage sick people to kill themselves or to be self-destructive.

    Surely the average depressed person has spent less on medications than this guy has on his makeup and his plastic surgery. And, the result? Well, you be the judge, but it would be wrong for anyone to encourage Simmons to further mutilate himself like Michael Jackson did.

  • Ted Cruz Proves Why He’s Still the Most Hated Man in Congress

    08/01/2014 11:39:04 AM PDT · 74 of 77
    Tau Food to SeekAndFind
    Don't listen to them, Ted!

    Ted Cruz - 2016!

  • The West's Reckless Rush Towards War With Russia

    08/01/2014 11:37:52 AM PDT · 16 of 53
    Tau Food to Pining_4_TX
    Whatever one thinks of Putin and Russia, it is insanity to provoke them over the Ukraine.

    Putin does seem to be getting more desperate. His economic policies are still failing (even with high oil prices). He is losing important buffer countries as allies. He is surrounded by gangsters at home and he has associated himself with drunken derelict terrorists abroad.

    The problem is that we have to confront him. He's become a terrorist and innocent people are dying. He's become more immediately dangerous to innocent civilians than North Korea's Kim Jong-Un. We can't just give up commercial air flight to appease him.

    The world needs to defeat him. Maybe, until Putin is removed, the West should cease flying in Russian air space and should forbid Russian planes to use Western air space.

  • Why Mitt Romney is perfectly poised for a comeback in 2016

    08/01/2014 8:17:25 AM PDT · 139 of 147
    Tau Food to 2ndDivisionVet
    Romney would similarly have to get real. No more phoniness.

    That's a great line. The problem:

    "No more phoniness" = No more Romney

  • The Book of Abraham Papyri and Joseph Smith

    08/01/2014 8:12:29 AM PDT · 25 of 41
    Tau Food to Greetings_Puny_Humans

    Joseph Smith made up this whole religion because he did not want to honor the vow of marital fidelity that he made to his wife. He could find nowhere in then Christian America that would accept his philandering so he just made up a story and created his own religion. And, naturally, he found some other guys in the community who liked the idea for the same reason. If he were alive today, he would just convert to Islam so that he could have multiple wives.

  • Does 'No Impeachment' Fulfill Saul Alinsky's Rule #4?

    08/01/2014 8:06:50 AM PDT · 10 of 13
    Tau Food to SeekAndFind
    Or could it be that Obama’s pathetic attempt to garner sympathy at the expense of Republicans is a Saul Alinsky tactic?

    I don't think our Founding Fathers wanted impeachment decisions to be made based upon an analysis of Saul Alinsky. This is just crazy talk.

    Keep it simple. Obama is trashing the Constitution. Impeachment is the Constitutional remedy. It's really that simple. The House has a duty to protect the Constitution.

  • Amid opposition by Sen. Ted Cruz, House GOP border funding bill stalls

    07/31/2014 7:00:44 PM PDT · 29 of 37
    Tau Food to SoConPubbie
    Ted Cruz - 2016!
  • McDonald’s Ordered To Pay $27 Million For Teens’ Deaths

    07/31/2014 11:09:12 AM PDT · 55 of 56
    Tau Food to Citizen Zed

    This case misses the point. The true danger of McDonalds is not the character of its premises - it’s the content of the food. It’s sad to see so many corpulent, unhappy Americans flocking to McDonalds so that they can pay to be poisoned.

  • Boehner: Obama will cement ‘legacy of lawlessness’

    07/31/2014 10:34:11 AM PDT · 15 of 34
    Tau Food to jimbo123
    The House has a Constitutional duty to protect the Constitution. Boehner looks every bit as bad as Obama.
  • Their Economy Will Collapse, Including Ours

    07/30/2014 9:28:22 PM PDT · 35 of 38
    Tau Food to Cold Heat
    Well...talking about investments, I am out..

    In cash..

    Well, that's known as investing in the dollar.

    Unfortunately, there's no way to avoid investing (other than just giving everything away). Wealth must be held in some form. You're just investing in the dollar. If the value of everything else collapses (relative to the dollar), the dollar will be a good bet.

  • Their Economy Will Collapse, Including Ours

    07/30/2014 9:23:52 PM PDT · 34 of 38
    Tau Food to MaxMax
    Land, with healthy dirt to grow food.

    From the article:

    "Mark my words here: Real estate around the world will collapse like dominoes."

    So, I guess we shouldn't buy land until after the real estate crash. In the meantime, North Korea seems to be the only safe haven. It will be protected by its isolation from the "central bankers."

  • Their Economy Will Collapse, Including Ours

    07/30/2014 9:15:22 PM PDT · 30 of 38
    Tau Food to SovereignSociety
    If someone were to embrace these projections, where would be invest? North Korea?
  • European Union slaps new, stronger sanctions on Russia

    07/30/2014 8:55:55 PM PDT · 53 of 73
    Tau Food to FreedomStar3028
    Putin is a strong leader, and does what he thinks is right for RUSSIA. If Putin had been born an American, and had the ambitions and connections he did to rise to power in Russia, America and the world would be much different today.

    Oil prices have been high. Why does the Russian economy stink?

    Why has the Russian stock market cratered by 40% over the last 3 years?

    Why has Russia lost the friendship of some of its buffer countries like the Ukraine?

    Why did Putin allow himself to get caught placing in the hands of a bunch of drunken derelicts rockets capable of downing a commercial airliner full of completely innocent civilians?

    Why has Putin embarrassed himself by disseminating such idiotic lies about the terrorist acts committed with his assistance, all while reading reports about how his derelict terrorist cronies are looting the bodies of his victims?

    Oh, yeah, he's some kind of genius. I can hardly wait to see what he'll do next. Whatever it is, he'll screw it up.

    But, he'll still have a few American fans, won't he?

  • Gold Could Go To Infinity" - Ron Paul

    07/30/2014 7:15:40 PM PDT · 35 of 52
    Tau Food to RipSawyer
    Yes, but long before a currency like the dollar will become utterly worthless, a different currency will take its place. Worthless currency is an oxymoron. We are not forced to choose between investing in gold or the dollar. There are other currencies and other classes of assets. In theory, the dollar and gold could both lose value relative to every other currency and asset class, making both of them bad bets.
  • Lobbyists quietly advise GOP on gay marriage shift

    07/30/2014 6:50:48 PM PDT · 126 of 151
    Tau Food to Laissez-faire capitalist
    Doesn't it sometimes make you suspect that politicians (and I mean virtually all of them) don't really believe in much of anything at all other than their own careers? I think that they'll say, they'll believe, and/or they'll say they believe anything that helps them succeed. I don't think that they really understand what it means to really believe in anything that is more important than themselves because they cannot believe that there is anything more important than themselves.

    That's just the way I view politicians.

  • Lobbyists quietly advise GOP on gay marriage shift

    07/30/2014 6:45:07 PM PDT · 121 of 151
    Tau Food to HiTech RedNeck
    If the body politic as a whole goes looie on marriage it will only serve as a lesson on what you get when you put a matter of this degree of spiritual importance in Caesar’s hands. They might CALL it marriage but it ain’t marriage, any more than the ocean is fresh water.

    Yes, you've said that perfectly.

    Our real powers are limited.

  • Gold Could Go To Infinity" - Ron Paul

    07/30/2014 6:37:09 PM PDT · 24 of 52
    Tau Food to RipSawyer
    If the dollar is totally ruined and no one will sell gold for any amount of dollars is that not “going to infinity?”

    If not, what would you call it? I’m just asking.

    If the owners of every ounce of gold will not trade any of it for anything, the price of gold will be infinite.

    But that ain't going to happen.

  • Jesse Ventura Response What He’s Going to Do With the $1.8 Million Settlement in Chris Kyle Lawsuit

    07/30/2014 6:29:12 PM PDT · 56 of 80
    Tau Food to Washi
    He sued for the money.

    That's a good bet.

  • Gold Could Go To Infinity" - Ron Paul

    07/30/2014 5:58:38 PM PDT · 5 of 52
    Tau Food to blam
    No, the price of gold cannot go to infinity. There will always be someone willing to sell for less.

    And, it may get cheaper before it gets more expensive. Or, the reverse.

  • Pediatricians Have the Right to Ask About Guns

    07/30/2014 5:55:22 PM PDT · 166 of 168
    Tau Food to Don W
    I’m due for some minor surgery in the fall, and the surgeon demanded I quit smoking, for a month beforehand.

    I told him that he’s the body-shop, I’m the car: I need a fender repair, and I’m not going to change the transmission because he can’t drive a standard.

    Cool. I support what both of you said and did. I just don't think that there's any need for the government to regulate your conversations. If a surgeon demands that a patient quit smoking, that's cool. Similarly, I think the patient should be able to demand that the surgeon abstain from alcohol or pot for a month before surgery. Doctor and patient should be able to speak freely. Maybe they can work out an agreement; maybe not.

  • Pediatricians Have the Right to Ask About Guns

    07/30/2014 4:56:57 PM PDT · 161 of 168
    Tau Food to vette6387
    So not only do you have to be wary of gun questions, but also mental health inquiries. I simply don’t answer any of it. It’s none of their business. And if the time comes when my current physician gets truculent about any of it, he’s lost a patient.

    I know exactly what you're talking about. Doctors ask more questions these days about alcohol use (how many drinks/day?), smoking (how much or when did you quit?), caffeine (how many cups of coffee/day?), dizzy spells, falling, forgetfulness, etc., etc., etc. And I know that many of these questions are not relevant to my circumstances.

    But I don't want the government to decide for my doctor what questions he can or cannot ask!

    For people who don't want to be asked certain questions, a better solutions is for them to simply decline to answer or, if they don't even want particular questions asked, they can (when making the appointment to see a new doctor) ask for a commitment that the doctor will not ask certain questions.

    We don't need more government regulations in the health care field. We need less, not more, government.

  • Pediatricians Have the Right to Ask About Guns

    07/30/2014 4:37:34 PM PDT · 158 of 168
    Tau Food to altsehastiin
    “The doctor does have a First Amendment right to ask about guns; however,

    However? First Amendment right to ask, however???

    I guess if someone might say something you don't like, there's nothing wrong with creating a new government regulation.

  • Pediatricians Have the Right to Ask About Guns

    07/30/2014 4:16:21 PM PDT · 152 of 168
    Tau Food to Monorprise
    Having a shovel in the house also bring a risk of serous injury, Knifes even more frequent risk.

    Yes, but do you really want the government to decide if a doctor can ask about shovels?

    I think we're better off letting doctors decide what they want to ask.

  • Putin Doesn't Care About the Rules Anymore

    07/30/2014 4:07:23 PM PDT · 8 of 10
    Tau Food to Thistooshallpass9
    I believe that Putin is becoming increasingly desperate. He has wrecked the Russian economy and his incompetence has cost Russia its alliance with the Ukraine. He and his terrorist cronies have committed a huge mistake by shooting down a commercial airliner. He has even bungled his lies about the incident.

    He has miscalculated again and again. We shouldn't be surprised if he continues to commit acts of terrorism. He's behaving like a cornered rat.

  • Americans really wish they had elected Mitt Romney instead of Obama

    07/30/2014 3:59:20 PM PDT · 110 of 117
    Tau Food to NoLibZone
    WARNING: If the GOP runs Romney again, he'll lose again.

    That's just a fact of life that folks better accept. You can't wish your way around that reality.

  • Pediatricians Have the Right to Ask About Guns

    07/30/2014 3:53:54 PM PDT · 146 of 168
    Tau Food to mylife
    You make a good point. There really isn't any limit on what objects a doctor might ask about. But, I don't think government should pass a law forbidding a doctor from asking about electricity or bathtubs.

    If the government has the power to forbid a doctor from asking certain questions about habits, then that same government has the power to require that doctors ask certain questions about habits. I don't buy that.

  • Jeff Sessions: House Border Bill Is a ‘Surrender To a Lawless President’

    07/29/2014 5:35:46 PM PDT · 20 of 46
    Tau Food to Mariner

    Americans who want fewer Mexicans in their neighborhood can always move to Mexico. There aren’t too many Mexicans in Mexico anymore.

  • Appeals court upholds Obamacare tax as constitutional

    07/29/2014 1:34:45 PM PDT · 78 of 98
    Tau Food to Amendment10
    Well, it's easy for us to assume that most people disagree with us because they are ignorant and just don't understand the boundaries of appropriate federal power under the Constitution. The reality is that they have had access to the same information as you and me, but disagree with us. FDR didn't seek to amend the Constitution because he probably believed that the federal government already had the power to do what he wanted to do.

    You quote Justice Marshall in Gibbons:

    “Congress is not empowered to tax for those purposes which are within the exclusive province of the States.”

    Who can disagree with that?

    In Mcculloch v. Maryland, Chief Justice Marshall held that the federal government had the power to create a national bank. Where is that in the constitution?

    Marshall agreed that the federal government is "one of enumerated powers." Marshall then acknowledged that "[a]mong the enumerated powers, we do not find that of establishing a bank or creating a corporation." Shouldn't that be the end of the matter? Nope:

    "Among the enumerated powers, we do not find that of establishing a bank or creating a corporation. But there is no phrase in the instrument which, like the Articles of Confederation, excludes incidental or implied powers and which requires that everything granted shall be expressly and minutely described. Even the 10th Amendment, which was framed for the purpose of quieting the excessive jealousies which had been excited, omits the word "expressly," and declares only that the powers "not delegated to the United States, nor prohibited to the States, are reserved to the States or to the people," thus leaving the question whether the particular power which may become the subject of contest has been delegated to the one Government, or prohibited to the other, to depend on a fair construction of the whole instrument. The men who drew and adopted this amendment had experienced the embarrassments resulting from the insertion of this word in the Articles of Confederation, and probably omitted it to avoid those embarrassments. A Constitution, to contain an accurate detail of all the subdivisions of which its great powers will admit, and of all the means by which they may be carried into execution, would partake of the prolixity of a legal code, and could scarcely be embraced by the human mind. It would probably never be understood by the public. Its nature, therefore, requires that only its great outlines should be marked, its important objects designated, and the minor ingredients which compose those objects be deduced from the nature of the objects themselves. That this idea was entertained by the framers of the American Constitution is not only to be inferred from the nature of the instrument, but from the language. Why else were some of the limitations found in the 9th section of the 1st article introduced? It is also in some degree warranted by their having omitted to use any restrictive term which might prevent its receiving a fair and just interpretation. In considering this question, then, we must never forget that it is a Constitution we are expounding."

    I'll let you read the whole opinion for yourself. Marshall is really just regurgitating similar arguments that were made by Secretary of the Treasury Hamilton in opposition to the objections of Secretary of State Jefferson during the Washington administration. (BTW, Washington sided with Hamilton on the U.S. Bank.)

    The legitimacy of implied federal powers under our constitution concerns an argument that people began having during the Washington administration in the 1790's. You and I seem to agree with Jefferson that the use of implied powers will mean that there are no real limits on federal power. FDR (and just about everyone else now it seems) tends to agree with Hamilton, Washington and Marshall.

    So, you and I are a bit behind in this game. ;-)

  • Appeals court upholds Obamacare tax as constitutional

    07/29/2014 12:24:25 PM PDT · 75 of 98
    Tau Food to Amendment10
    So are you choosing to ignore what the Supreme Court has said about this issue because Constitution-ignoring judges and members of Congress are telling you what you want to hear?

    No, I'm well aware of the history of those decisions.

    The Butler case (the most recent of the cases you cited) was decided in 1936, one year before "the switch in time that saved nine." In early 1937, there was an abrupt change in the opinions of the Supreme Court on the question of federal power. One of the decisions in 1937 (post-"switch") found that the Social Security program was constitutional.

    You began this exchange by pointing out that there is nothing in the Constitution that authorizes a "federal public healthcare program." i just pointed out that that analysis would render unconstitutional the Medicare program and that, while you and I might believe that program is unconstitutional, no one who is close to any political or judicial lever of power in this country agrees with us. And, when I say no one, I mean no one.

  • Appeals court upholds Obamacare tax as constitutional

    07/29/2014 11:50:30 AM PDT · 72 of 98
    Tau Food to Amendment10
    Well, I'll ask again:

    Can you name one judge or one member of the House or the Senate who is willing to claim that Medicare is unconstitutional? I can't think of even one - not one.

    We have a huge and growing glut of seniors right now and they vote. Maybe when they're gone, our politicians and judges will take a fresh look at the constitutional limits of federal power. Until then, the federal government will continue to be up to its neck in our healthcare system unless the people themselves boycott that system to force change.

  • Appeals court upholds Obamacare tax as constitutional

    07/29/2014 10:30:53 AM PDT · 55 of 98
    Tau Food to Amendment10
    And regardless that Democrats and RINOs will argue that since the Constitution doesn't say that Congress cannot establish a national healthcare program, it means that they can do it, please consider that the Supreme Court has also addressed that kind of foolish thinking.

    I think the short answer to that is Medicare, which certainly qualifies as a "national healthcare program."

    Can you name one judge or one member of the House or the Senate who is willing to claim that Medicare is unconstitutional? I can't think of even one - not one.

    That's why I say that the only way the American people can get the federal government out of the healthcare system is to engage in a massive boycott of the entire healthcare system.

  • Double blow for Putin as Ukraine rebels suffer setbacks, West prepares to levy more sanctions

    07/29/2014 10:18:08 AM PDT · 7 of 29
    Tau Food to elhombrelibre

    Putin has poor judgment. His reaction to more failures might be to engage in more acts of terrorism.

  • Remember How Happy We Were 20&30 Years Ago.Did Anyone See This World Crisis Coming?

    07/29/2014 9:49:00 AM PDT · 44 of 44
    Tau Food to Fiji Hill
    Maybe so, but retrieving the freedom and prosperity we once had will be tough. In an address that I attended last week, Pat Buchanan noted that half of all Americans don't pay federal taxes and half are dependent on the government. So a candidate who promises to cut taxes will cut no ice with those who don't pay any, while one who promises to cut government spending will be opposed by those who are on the take.

    Well, of course you're absolutely right. The typical American wants to preserve his/her government benefits and wants to pay little or no taxes. So, politicians don't succeed by either cutting benefits or raising taxes. That's why we're where we're at.

    It's hard to see an immediate change to that aspect of our lives. Right now, we have a growing glut of seniors who like senior benefits and also like low taxes. They are huge in number and growing at the rate of about 10,000 per day. And, they vote.

    America will have a better chance to change this aspect of our lives when this huge glut of seniors is gone. Maybe younger people will be sick of government by that time. I probably won't be here to see that, but it's certainly possible.

    So, there is hope for a change in course over time. None of it is too predictable, though. Only time will tell.

  • Appeals court upholds Obamacare tax as constitutional

    07/29/2014 9:41:53 AM PDT · 11 of 98
    Tau Food to jazusamo
    I still think that the only way to beat Obamacare is by ending all government involvement in the healthcare industry - terminate Obamacare, Medicare, Medicaid - all of it.

    And, I think that the only way to end the government's involvement in the healthcare industry is to give that industry a real shock by completely boycotting the entire healthcare industry. The economic shock caused by millions boycotting the system would force folks to pay attention.

    If you don't like that idea, then learn to live with a healthcare industry that is dominated by government. Complaining is pointless. Action is required.

  • Remember How Happy We Were 20&30 Years Ago.Did Anyone See This World Crisis Coming?

    07/28/2014 8:58:37 PM PDT · 41 of 44
    Tau Food to dragnet2
    What do you mean? Government has caused irreparable damage to this country, which has and will continue to compromise and undermine even our electoral process.

    I can explain it to ya if you’d like.

    No, I don't think you can.

    I've lived too long to think that anything is irretrievable, irreparable or even very permanent.

  • HAMAS LEADER: We Have No Current Plans To 'Coexist' With Israel

    07/28/2014 8:49:54 PM PDT · 41 of 45
    Tau Food to Nervous Tick

    No, sir. Like I said, it would just be an offer.

  • HAMAS LEADER: We Have No Current Plans To 'Coexist' With Israel

    07/28/2014 7:29:49 PM PDT · 25 of 45
    Tau Food to Balding_Eagle; MinorityRepublican; blam
    They aren’t going to leave the land that was given to them by God.

    It would just be an offer. There may be some who will accept. I don't think those of us who don't live there should try to speak for all or any of them.

  • Remember How Happy We Were 20&30 Years Ago.Did Anyone See This World Crisis Coming?

    07/28/2014 7:26:28 PM PDT · 37 of 44
    Tau Food to Fiji Hill
    irretrievably left

    The next time that you write that our country has moved irretrievably somewhere, start your sentence all over again and say something different because you know the first try has to be incorrect. There isn't any room for irretrievably in the future of a great nation.

  • HAMAS LEADER: We Have No Current Plans To 'Coexist' With Israel

    07/28/2014 7:14:45 PM PDT · 5 of 45
    Tau Food to Nachum
    I'm sure glad I don't live anywhere near that mess. And, there isn't a thing that any of us here can do to fix it. I don't think it's going to get any better anytime soon, either. It's probably just a matter of time before they start nuking each other with tactical nuclear weapons and maybe that will close the chapter for good.

    I honestly think that we should consider offering to allow Jews in Israel to move here to the United States. We certainly have enough room for them. No one should have to live there if they'd like to come here.

  • Vladimir Putin is a thug and liar, says top British envoy

    07/28/2014 5:43:15 PM PDT · 27 of 27
    Tau Food to Tailgunner Joe
    There are those who see him as some kind of genius for "taking Crimea."

    The reality is that is has been his incompetence that has lost the Ukraine as a reliable buffer for Russia.

    His domestic policy has been a failure (witness the Russian economy, if you want to call it an economy). Even with high oil prices, the Putin economy is a failure. His foreign policy has also been a failure. What you're seeing is his desperate effort to regain some of what his incompetence has lost.

    And, now, somehow this genius has gotten himself tangled up with a bunch of drunken derelicts who are using his weapons to commit terrorist acts against commercial airliners. And, he's so proud of his genius that he can't tell the truth about any of it. The problem is that he's even incompetent at lying.

    As Charlie Sheen used to stumble around and say, "Winning!"

    Sheeeeesh! Putin's an awful joke.

  • Any stories of Obama buyer's remorse?

    07/28/2014 2:02:28 PM PDT · 44 of 45
    Tau Food to Avid Coug

    Well, probably only seven of the eleven holes in one were par 4’s. And, the par 3’s, well, the par 3’s were more or less gimmes for him. ;-)

  • Unbelievable And Disturbing -- Obama Thanks Muslims For “Building The Very Fabric Of Our Nation”…

    07/28/2014 1:58:29 PM PDT · 14 of 126
    Tau Food to blueyon

    Yes, thanks a lot, Muzzies. What would we do without you?

  • SARAH ALERT! SARAH ALERT!

    07/28/2014 1:55:35 PM PDT · 48 of 114
    Tau Food to wny

    How can any GOP Congressman claim that Obama is trashing our Constitution without moving for his impeachment. Doesn’t the House have an obligation to impeach a president who is trashing our Constitution? Under those circumstances, doesn’t the failure to impeach amount to a trashing of our Constitution?

  • Any stories of Obama buyer's remorse?

    07/28/2014 10:04:32 AM PDT · 42 of 45
    Tau Food to Avid Coug
    In North Korea, the citizens are legally required to have a portrait of the current dictator hung on a prominent wall in their apartment.

    I preferred his father. He was amazing. The first time he played golf, he shot a 34 (38 under par) that included 11 holes in one.

    It's hard to imagine what he might have accomplished with a few lessons. He's gone now, but his record seems pretty safe.

  • What Obama has to gain by being impeached

    07/28/2014 9:37:27 AM PDT · 52 of 61
    Tau Food to RoosterRedux
    Well, certainly a House Republican shouldn't do his Constitutional duty and impeach the president if he thinks that doing his duty might please the president. I guess that's a clever way of excusing oneself for a lack of courage.

    Twisted thinking, if you ask me.

  • WSJ: Republicans Could Win up to 10 Senate Seats in November

    07/28/2014 9:33:11 AM PDT · 11 of 49
    Tau Food to cotton1706

    After the projected Romney landslide, I know that we just have to wait to see what really happens.

  • Buyer's Remorse: If voters had it to do over, Romney in a landslide

    07/28/2014 9:31:34 AM PDT · 73 of 84
    Tau Food to SeekAndFind

    Well, if people keep talking nonsense like this, maybe he’ll be nominated again. Is that what anyone really wants?

  • Miscalculation. Failure. Escalation - Why Putin Shot Down MH-17

    07/26/2014 2:50:38 PM PDT · 23 of 95
    Tau Food to Gluteus Maximus
    Putin is winning. He'll take all of Eastern and Southern Ukraine for the same reason a dog licks its testicles - because he can.

    Putin is a loser. His economic policies have been a disaster and now he is screwing up Russia's foreign policy. A competent president would have been able to maintain good relations with the Ukraine.

    The guy's a joke and how anyone can admire him is a mystery to me. I suspect some (middle-aged homosexuals) get the hots when he takes off his shirt for them. Maybe they want to lick Putin's testicles, I don't know. Any attraction to Putin seems very strange to me.

    They have been showing pre-crash videos of some of the wonderful people who were murdered because of Putin's incompetence. All I can say is that if you think he's some kind of genius, his peculiar genius killed a lot of wonderful, innocent people.

  • Brothers who forced five friends to have sex with each other before shooting them... (hate crime?)

    07/26/2014 2:23:17 PM PDT · 15 of 63
    Tau Food to TigerClaws

    First, cremate them and then give them lethal injections.