"Holy macaroni, Batman!", "Just don't say gay, Robin."
Our form of democracy does not work in the Middle East. Free and fair elections have yielded the rise of oppressive governments to replace the despots who, too, were oppressive. The different Muslim factions hate each other more than they hate the U.S. The one thing they do agree on is their hatred of Jews and Christians. The military in Egypt and the Iraqi government have turned a blind eye to the overt violence against Christians...Sometimes it is better the devil you know than the ones you don't know.
Wow, it is good to know we can again opine on the TFP web site, not to mention, shop for fake gangsta clothes from these non-english speaking hucksters who get to hawk their crap for free on here.
Yeah,yeah, Marijuana is bad um-kay...
Pro union? Hell Yes!
Your new comments policy, in my humble opinion, sucks.
Opining while driving...Be afraid, be very afraid!
Americas #1 export in 2010? (Drum roll,please)...The answer is oil! That is a fact. How many of these Keystone XL pipeline jobs, weather it is 2000 or 20,000, will be filled by illegals?...Our own federal government awarded contracts to construction firms to build fences on our southwest border with Mexico... Some of these firms were using illegals to build these fences...Is that not absurd!...Politicians spouting about Americas need to be energy independent are nothing more than bloated gasbags...their gas emissions serve no useful purpose...The chambers of congress must smell like the worlds largest chamber pot.
It was refreshing to read and participate in this forum...I have a great fondness for the posters I have come to know through our exchange of opinions and ideas...The fondness I speak of extends to all posters, even those who I often disagree with...Allowing the free exchange of opinions, no matter how extreme, also allows for consensus and common ground to be established...Consensus fosters mutual respect and promotes a lot of introspection...Wow!, what a great way to enjoy one of our country's fundamental freedoms!...It may sound corny but, for me, it is like sitting down with my extended family for fellowship and spirited debate. In my real family, our debates tend to stray off subject, sometimes becoming heated, sometimes inane, but always edifying. My craggy uncle, dizzy aunt, slacker nephew, bible thumping cousin, bookish sister all have an important place at the table. What we share in common is our love and respect for each other. What we celebrate is our differences. Much love and respect to all my fellow posters! I will miss all of you!...Sincerely: ceeweed