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Choosing which laws to enforce

March 20, 2014

Apparently neither Attorney General Eric Holder nor his boss, President Barack Obama, are familiar with the concept of sending mixed messages....

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locomotive

Mar-26-14 3:29 PM

Yep, bring out the mantras when the going gets tough.

"Yes we can"

"We are the ones we've been waiting for"

"Hope and Change"

"Forward" or as Jack spells it "Forword"

And to think, this newest one billgrr is hawking was brought to you courtesy of a mistake.

Oh, I see - that leads to the typical Democrat mantra result.

"It's somebody else's fault"

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locomotive

Mar-26-14 7:10 AM

billgrr Mar-25-14 10:57 PM

landslide2014

"Democrats are responsible for every decent thing."

I suppose billgrr is posting this everywhere because he himself doesn't know what to say.

Great original thinking there...

Are you fond of LS boots or something?

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locomotive

Mar-25-14 6:58 PM

"...the not so bright & easily misinformed block that make up the Republican Party..."

What's that up in the sky? It's Justaman, alienating many fellow citizens in one single post!

What's faster than a speeding bullet? Democrats up for election running away from Obamacare?

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JustaMan

Mar-25-14 9:57 AM

JackAaah Mar-25-14 9:02 AM

"JustaWhoaMan...you and I both know that "the poor' are one of our Democrat Party's most base voting blocks"

Well Hal, both you & I know that 500 million has to be spent by the likes of Americans for Prosperity in order to keep the not so bright & easily misinformed block that make up the Republican Party. Why else would they continue to vote against their best interests and remain the largest percentage of poverty statistic in America?

Brainwashed bumkinmania was their goal.....I understand most are coming out of the fog! Including here in ND.

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JustaMan

Mar-25-14 8:40 AM

JackAaah Mar-25-14 8:29 AM

I've always been amazed at how the GOP can direct the welfare issue at those darn Democrats without EVER mentioning the problems within their own districts/states.

Most of us grown ups come to realize traditional magic is the slight at hand stuff the politicians have crafted into the slight of mouth and don't fall for it.....Most of us!

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JustaMan

Mar-25-14 8:11 AM

JackAaah Mar-25-14 7:39 AM

"it's becoming a generally accepted practice, very mainstream, now also for 'being paid not to work'.....it works very well for my Democrat Party in garnishing votes."

Obviously you're not running for office like Paul Ryan who recently had to revise his 2012 comment about inner city folks being too lazy to work to include those rural bumkins from those southern states laying around all day collecting those yankee dollars with glee!

Seems to me this Halacious behaviour of welfare is rampant amongst those Republican voting areas.....

Say it ain't so!

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PoeticJustice16

Mar-24-14 6:02 PM

Also filed under the heading - Mixed Messages:

____________________________

"North Dakota is among the states that ban same-sex marriage by state law and state constitutional amendment. Since it would not recognize the man's same-sex marriage, he could also marry a woman in North Dakota without breaking state laws, Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem said in an opinion dated December 12."

w w w . businessinsider . com

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FreedomRings

Mar-24-14 12:02 PM

Obama's presidency is like a skunk in many ways...it stinks.

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locomotive

Mar-23-14 6:33 PM

"Went out and moved the Red Scarf on the mail box pole & "It"came in better....."

I like humor, even when it's scarce. :-)

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locomotive

Mar-23-14 6:18 PM

Predictable, Justaman, but feeble. Got anything else in your bag-o-tricks?

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locomotive

Mar-23-14 6:14 PM

"He is a friend, a fishing partner, a poker pal and an upstanding American. We have a mutual respect and he is well aware of my politics."

And he's selling you beers...

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JustaMan

Mar-23-14 6:14 PM

locomotive Mar-23-14 6:09 PM

Landslide2014 is busy...............

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JustaMan

Mar-23-14 6:12 PM

JackAaah Mar-23-14 2:07 PM

"I must have hit the "post comment" button numerous times like JustaWhoaMan did....boy is the subscribed MDN slow..."

Weird.....Hal!

Went out and moved the Red Scarf on the mail box pole & "It"came in better.....

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locomotive

Mar-23-14 6:09 PM

"If Clinton runs, it also could bring out the largest number of WOMEN ever to vote, something that DEFINITELY turns the tide in favor of Democrats all the way down to House and Senate races."

It is almost insulting to think that if Hillary Clinton runs, votes for her by WOMEN are guaranteed.

Not all WOMEN think she's so grand, standing by her man and all...

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locomotive

Mar-23-14 6:06 PM

billgrr: "Let's put an end to all First Lady travels as soon as the Black one catches up to the White one. OK?"

Smacks of racism.

(wait for the BL slam, as usual)

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locomotive

Mar-23-14 6:01 PM

billgrr: "Oh my, another fair and balanced editorial."

Yeah, didn't see this comment coming AT ALL...

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locomotive

Mar-23-14 6:00 PM

The ONLY reason Rethuglicans have control of the House is because of district gerrymandering. The voters aren't picking the politicians, the politicians are picking the voters.

The only way Rethuglicans can win is by rigging the system:

- Stop Democratic leaning people from voting.

- Rig the districts so Rethugs can't lose.

- Make sure Democratic votes don't count.

- Rig the voting machines so Rethugs always win.

Rethugs can't win on their 19th Century agenda, so they have to cheat. - - - - - - -

This is beauty boilerplate, HAetc. Just can't be topped.

It seems nothing certain liberals say can embarrass them.

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JustaMan

Mar-22-14 5:35 PM

Wow, I apologize! Problems are not on my end.....

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JustaMan

Mar-22-14 5:33 PM

JackAaah Mar-22-14 5:07 PM

"and JustaWhoaMan says that people like Rugby are part of the problem of why we get that high ratio of 'welfare'.."

Twice misquoted Hal Neff, Bismarck,ND.

I'm available.....To talk.....You know, sort out truths! Call me!

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JustaMan

Mar-22-14 5:33 PM

JackAaah Mar-22-14 5:07 PM

"and JustaWhoaMan says that people like Rugby are part of the problem of why we get that high ratio of 'welfare'.."

Twice misquoted Hal Neff, Bismarck,ND.

I'm available.....To talk.....You know, sort out truths! Call me!

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JustaMan

Mar-22-14 5:32 PM

JackAaah Mar-22-14 5:07 PM

"and JustaWhoaMan says that people like Rugby are part of the problem of why we get that high ratio of 'welfare'.."

Twice misquoted Hal Neff, Bismarck,ND.

I'm available.....To talk.....You know, sort out truths! Call me!

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JustaMan

Mar-22-14 5:32 PM

JackAaah Mar-22-14 5:07 PM

"and JustaWhoaMan says that people like Rugby are part of the problem of why we get that high ratio of 'welfare'.."

Twice misquoted Hal Neff, Bismarck,ND.

I'm available.....To talk.....You know, sort out truths! Call me!

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JustaMan

Mar-22-14 5:32 PM

JackAaah Mar-22-14 5:07 PM

"and JustaWhoaMan says that people like Rugby are part of the problem of why we get that high ratio of 'welfare'.."

Twice misquoted Hal Neff, Bismarck,ND.

I'm available.....To talk.....You know, sort out truths! Call me!

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EarlyBird

Mar-22-14 9:22 AM

Haha.. guess what??? ND has the lowest population and is a top producer of food and energy. Where does that fit into your welfare state claims??

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JustaMan

Mar-21-14 11:43 PM

Just got done watching "12 Years A Slave"

Any similarities to "Last 12 Years Being A Republican"?

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