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Late Night Funny #1

Monday, October 22, 2012

Couple of things: One, the women’s group was called MassGAP and they approached Governor Romney, not the other way around. And two, my guess is they did not refer to what they presented as a binder full of women, but perhaps as an organized collection of qualified resumes. But hey, Binder of Women, Book of Broads, Notebook of Nipples, whatever.

Jon Stewart

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ALICERIEGER 10/23/2012 10:13AM

    Thanks for th chuckle.

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CARRAND 10/22/2012 11:37PM

    I love Jon Stewart.

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6 Things We Need To Do To Repair America's Crumbling Democracy

Monday, October 22, 2012

After Obama wins the election, we're going to want to rest. But there are some really serious things we need to work on and one is repairing our crumbling democracy...Keep the energy up.

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SPARKLE1908 10/23/2012 8:40PM

    I love how you get people to respond to your blogs with such passion!!! I just hope those that want Obama out of office also want the GOP led Congress out as well...I mean, they are responsible for passing bills and laws that move the economy and the country forward and they have failed to do so...if you gonna blame one, you should blame them all and make them all suffer the consequences...

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COACHPENNY 10/23/2012 1:00AM

    The producer of the movie 2016 is very wealthy, conservative Mormon. It's based on the rantings of of an India born, far right, evangelical with an ax to grind. That's about as biased as it gets and ridiculous. It's propaganda disguised in a slick package.

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WOUBBIE 10/22/2012 11:32PM

    o.O How are these points in the article even remotely controversial?

1. What Are 21st-Century Voting Rights?
2. Can We Now Have Modern Elections?
3. Get Partisans Out Of A Public Process
4. Put The Public Back In A Public Process
5. Reverse Citizens United and Related Campaign Deregulation
6. Restore Public Financing and Public Debates On TV

I challenge any one of you previous posters of either side to logically defend the ridiculous sums of money being spent on the political advertising that makes ALL OF US - both parties - thoroughly SICK!!! No one likes it, and the only answer is campaign reform - bi-partisan.

A comment on the previous poster, though. JBEAUFORD, your hypocrisy is showing: if "This site should be about focusing on improving ourselves not stirring up controversy and stress and discord among people when we should be supporting each others journeys" then how come you belong to a rightist team? Thou dost protest too much. If you don't like Miss Sunshine's blogs, then don't read them. It's not like she's sending you email and forcing you to read it.

Thanks for the interesting link, Sunny!

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JBEAUFORD 10/22/2012 7:23PM

    I couldn't disagree with you more, not only for your views, but for even bringing politics into this place. This site should be about focusing on improving ourselves not stirring up controversy and stress and discord among people when we should be supporting each others journeys.

As for the politics I'm a total political junkie and I could spend all day telling you all the reasons I believe you are wrong but when its all said and done you won't believe anything I have to say and it would only serve to divide where SP is intended to unite. I hope you rethink posting further political messages, regardless of what candidates you support.

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MYREALANA 10/22/2012 6:38PM

    In the UK, the campaigns last only 4 weeks.

Can you imagine it? 4 weeks of campaigns, everyone votes, leader chosen, move on to business.

I would back a constitutional amendment to limit campaigns to no more than 4 weeks, and limit expenditures to a small, consistent percentage of the GDP of the constituency. Period.

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DIET_FRIEND 10/22/2012 3:46PM

    B'rock the vote! I voted today. I am done worrying about it. I don't think posting all this will educate anyone or cause them to change red to blue.

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4EVRYOUNG 10/22/2012 3:32PM

  Wow Sunshine, you sure can stir up a firestorm.

2016 was written and produced by someoe with an axe to grind.


And after 4 ys conservatives are still spouting off party "talking points" that have proven to be false.

Whoever wins is the candidate that's suppose to win. Just like last time. (and all the times beforehand)

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CARL-ASCHLUGE 10/22/2012 3:09PM

    Before all of those wishful-thinking changes are considered (in the unlikely event Obama wins another term), the very first change ought to be to ensure that the military get to vote. It is disgusting how blue states have suppressed the military vote, and shameful that the justice Department has not prosecuted these states with the same energy as it has on the voter id laws.

Go Romney!

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MYBULLDOGS 10/22/2012 2:32PM

    why would you want a celebrity president ? he would rather be on the view or play golf rather than fix our country.

he passed his health care bill with chicago politics. why my families medical has risen 1800 dollars since he passed his health care bill.

46 million people are on food stamps because of the economy. my relatives are in that number.

my son is now living with me and his bills because he can't find a job.

i hope to GOD that people are just as sick as i am paying 4.13 a gallon for gas. i saw cheap chuck steak for 5.59 a pound. milk is 3.63 a gallon.

we can't afford four more years of this man as president.

to think biden laughed at serious issues at the debate and he is next in line to be president scares me to death.

i am not republican or democrat. i am a women trying to help myself and my son's survive this mess.


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PATRICIAANN46 10/22/2012 2:31PM

  How sad!!!!! I can't believe that the two women before me are defending Romney!!! Do they NOT read or watch the news? This man has zero respect for women and will take us back to the dark ages!!! emoticon

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CANDIK48 10/22/2012 2:24PM

    I sure do hope he DOES NOT get back in the office! Lord help us all if he does. I've never been so disappointed in a President as I have been in him. The deficit has never been higher (he promised to cut it in half and has in fact more than doubled it!), he's getting ready to raid medicare of over half a trillion dollars to fund his Obamacare in addition to raising taxes on an already overburdened middle class by thousands of dollars a year. He's cut our nation's ability to be energy dependent by more than half, he ditches out on his security briefings (like the ones days surrounding Benghazi to go campaigning) and increased government spending and size. Poverty levels are higher now than they were during the great depression, food stamps and other entitlement figures are mind boggling and job growth? Please, there is no real growth. The numbers of people out of work are much higher than the actual figures he quotes if you take into consideration the population growth, the underemployed and unemployed, those who have just plain given up and the ones who were self employed and are not eligible to qualify for unemployment benefits, the statistics are double digits. He began his "reign" in office with an apology tour to the world, personally, I think he should be voted out and end it with an apology tour to America. He had his first 2 full years in office to pursue his campaign promises and instead, went on tour and claimed celebrity status. Did you see the David Letterman show? He takes a million dollars from a comedian who calls women the c word and says he stands for women's rights. Yeah, he did that. Good guy? NOT

You absolutely have a right to support your candidate of choice. But I don't see anything worth supporting in this one.

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    Why do you want someone back who has lied so much?
Have you watched the movie 2016?
Do you watch the news?

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Ellsberg: Let's Not Have Illusions About Which of the Two Major Candidates Would Be Better

Sunday, October 21, 2012

Advice to progressives in swing states, vote for reelection. October 20, 2012

An activist colleague recently said to me: “I hear you’re supporting Obama.”
I was startled, and took offense. “Supporting Obama?   Me?! I lose no opportunity publicly,” I told him angrily, to identify Obama as a tool of Wall Street, a man who’s decriminalized torture and is still complicit in it, a drone assassin, someone who’s launched an unconstitutional war, supports kidnapping and indefinite detention without trial, and has prosecuted more whistleblowers like myself than all previous presidents put together. “Would you call that  support?”
  It is urgently important to prevent a Republican administration under Romney/Ryan from taking office in January 2013.
The election is now just weeks away, and I want to urge those whose values are generally in line with mine -- progressives, especially activists -- to make this goal one of your priorities during this period.
My friend said, “But on  Democracy Now  you urged people in swing states to vote for him!  How could you say that?  I don’t live in a swing state, but I will not and could not vote for Obama under any circumstances.”
My answer was: a Romney/Ryan administration would be no better -- no different -- on any of the serious offenses I just mentioned or anything else, and it would be  much worse, even catastrophically worse,  on a number of other important issues: attacking Iran, Supreme Court appointments, the economy, women’s reproductive rights, health coverage, safety net, climate change, green energy, the environment.
I told him: “I don’t ‘support Obama.’ I oppose the current Republican Party.  This is not a contest between Barack Obama and a progressive candidate. The voters in a handful or a dozen close-fought swing states are going to determine whether Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan are going to wield great political power for four, maybe eight years,  or not .”
As Noam Chomsky said recently, “The Republican organization today is extremely dangerous, not just to this country, but to the world. It’s worth expending some effort to prevent their rise to power, without sowing illusions about the Democratic alternatives.”
Following that logic, he’s said to an interviewer what my friend heard me say to Amy Goodman: “If I were a person in a swing state, I’d vote against Romney/Ryan, which means voting for Obama because there is no other choice.”
The election is at this moment a toss-up.  That means this is one of the uncommon occasions when we progressives -- a small minority of the electorate -- could actually have a significant influence on the outcome of a national election, swinging it one way or the other.
The only way for progressives and Democrats to block Romney from office, at this date, is to  persuade enough people in swing states to vote for Obama : not stay home, or vote for someone else.  And that has to include, in those states, progressives and disillusioned liberals who are at this moment inclined not to vote at all or to vote for a third-party candidate (because like me they’ve been not just disappointed but disgusted and enraged by much of what Obama has done in the last four years and will probably keep doing).
They have to be persuaded to vote, and to vote in a battleground state for Obama not anyone else,  despite the terrible flaws of the less-bad candidate, the incumbent. That’s not easy.  As I see it, that’s precisely the “effort” Noam is referring to as worth expending  right now  to prevent the Republicans’ rise to power.  And it will take progressives -- some of you reading this, I hope -- to make that effort of persuasion effectively
t will take someone these disheartened progressives and liberals will listen to.  Someone manifestly without illusions about the Democrats, someone who sees what they see when they look at the president these days: but who can also see through candidates Romney or Ryan on the split-screen, and keep their real, disastrous policies in focus.
It’s true that the differences between the major parties are not nearly as large as they and their candidates claim, let alone what we would want.  It’s even fair to use Gore Vidal’s metaphor that they form two wings (“two right wings” as some have put it) of a single party, the Property or Plutocracy Party, or as Justin Raimondo says, the War Party.
Still, the political reality is that there  are two distinguishable wings,  and one is reliably even worse than the other,  currently much worse overall . To be in denial or to act in neglect of that reality serves only the possibly imminent, yet presently avoidable, victory of the worse.
The traditional third-party mantra, “There’s  no significant difference between the major parties” amounts to saying:  “The Republicans are no worse, overall.”  And that’s absurd.   It constitutes shameless apologetics for the Republicans, however unintended.  It’s crazily divorced from present reality.
And it’s not at all harmless to be propagating that absurd falsehood.  It has the effect of encouraging progressives even in battleground states to refrain from voting or to vote in a close election for someone other than Obama, and more importantly, to influence others to act likewise.   That’s an effect that serves no one but the Republicans, and ultimately the 1%.
It’s not merely understandable, it’s entirely appropriate to be enraged at Barack Obama.  As I am.  He has often acted outrageously, not merely timidly or “disappointingly.”  If impeachment were politically imaginable on constitutional grounds, he’s earned it (like George W. Bush, and many of his predecessors!)  It is entirely human to want to punish him, not to “reward” him with another term or a vote that might be taken to express trust, hope or approval.
But rage is not generally conducive to clear thinking.  And it often gets worked out against innocent victims, as would be the case here domestically, if refusals to vote for him resulted in Romney’s taking key battleground states that decide the outcome of this election.
To punish Obama in this particular way, on Election Day -- by depriving him of votes in swing states and hence of office in favor of Romney and Ryan -- would punish most of all the poor and marginal in society, and workers and middle class as well: not only in the U.S. but worldwide in terms of the economy (I believe the Republicans could still convert this recession to a Great Depression), the environment and climate change. It could well lead to war with Iran (which Obama has been creditably resisting, against pressure from within his own party).  And it would spell, via Supreme Court appointments, the end of Roe v. Wade and of the occasional five to four decisions in favor of the Constitution and Bill of Rights.
The reelection of Barack Obama, in itself, is not going to bring serious progressive change, end militarism and empire, or restore the Constitution and the rule of law.  That’s for us and the rest of the people to bring about after this election and in the rest of our lives -- through organizing, building movements and agitating.
In the eight to twelve close-fought states -- especially Florida, Ohio, and Virginia, but also Colorado, Iowa, Michigan, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Wisconsin -- for any progressive to encourage fellow progressives and others in those states to vote for a third-party candidate is, I would say, to be complicit in facilitating the election of Romney and Ryan, with all its consequences.
To think of that as urging people in swing states to “vote their conscience” is, I believe, dangerously misleading advice. I would say to a progressive that if your conscience tells you on Election Day to vote for someone other than Obama in a battleground state, you need a second opinion. Your conscience is giving you bad counsel.
I often quote a line by Thoreau that had great impact for me: “Cast your whole vote: not a strip of paper merely, but your whole influence.”  He was referring, in that essay, to civil disobedience, or as he titled it himself, “Resistance to Civil Authority.”
It still means that to me. But this is a year when for people who think like me -- and who, unlike me, live in battleground states -- casting a strip of paper is also important. Using your whole influence this month to get others to do that, to best effect, is even more important.

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COACHPENNY 10/22/2012 3:28PM

    Bill Ayers.....seriously? Bill Ayers is a retired UIC professor with a controversial past which he has left in the past......over 40 years past. The acts of government property destruction committed by him and the others in Weather Underground organization in protest of the Vietnam war, have been denounced and investigated, charges dropped due to illegal tactics by the FBI. I don't agree with what he did but, I don't think his actions over the last 30 years or so deem him a threat or a terrorist.

I was born in Chicago and have lived here all my life. I disagree that President Obama was/is unduly influenced by Bill Ayers or that he mocks and hates our country. I don't even think that Bill Ayers hates or mocks our country. Barack Obama wasn't even in his teens in the early 70's when Ayers was involved with the Weather Underground. They served together on a foundation board, were friendly neighbors and Ayers once held a fundraiser for Barack Obama.

From Wikipedia........
"Ayers worked with Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley in shaping the city's school reform program,[46] and was one of three co-authors of the Chicago Annenberg Challenge grant proposal that in 1995 won $49.2 million over five years for public school reform.[47] In 1997 Chicago awarded him its Citizen of the Year award for his work on the project.[48] Since 1999 he has served on the board of directors of the Woods Fund of Chicago, an anti-poverty, philanthropic foundation established as the Woods Charitable Fund in 1941.[49"

Ayers' former students wrote an op-ed piece defending him(also Wikipedia)..........

******"In an October 2010 Chicago Sun Times editorial Attacks on Ayers distort our history, former students of Ayers and UIC Alumni, Daniel Schneider and Adam Kuranishi, responded in opposition to the University of Illinois Board of Trustees' decision to deny Ayers Emeritus status. They write, "We juxtaposed the image of him painted by the media with the teacher we saw in class; and the two could not be more distinct. The Ayers in the media was frozen in time; he never left the 1960s, never aged out of his 20s, and never grew in perspective. As his students, we see through this representation... Ayers is still committed to movements for peace and justice. His worldview and tactics are evolved and elaborate, thoughtful and wise, making him unrecognizable to the media's caricature. Should we not expect someone to evolve after 40 years? One may disagree with his activism, but it is impossible to ignore his hard work and contributions to urban education, juvenile justice reform, the University of Illinois and Chicago."[72]********************R>

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CARL-ASCHLUGE 10/22/2012 3:02PM

    To all Progressives, don't listen to Ellsberg. Vote your conscience!

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MYREALANA 10/22/2012 12:57PM

    Well, I do live in a battlground state, and I've been out every weekend banging the drum. Get out and vote. Get out and vote. Get out and vote.

While we are targeting households where we've identified likely Obama voters, we haven't been campaigning hard for Obama. Our mission has been solely educaiton. We have lists of registered voters, whether they're setup for mail-in ballots or not, and where their polling place is, as well as hours of early voting, etc. We knock on the door, identify ourselfs as being with the Obama campaign office and educate them about their voting options. We ask if they'll need help getting to the polls, and if so, mark them down to be contacted for that later. We only get into actualy campaigning if people ask us questions. And yet, I got flipped off, doors slammed in my face, and people driving by flipping me off.

So fun...

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LOLAINSC 10/22/2012 10:00AM

    I ran into a friend and her Conservative son, who remembered me as a rabid Progressive and he started teasing me about my politics. His mother quickly informed him that this year I am voting for Romney. He was shocked and asked what straightened out my brain. I told him that under no circumstances could I vote for a total charlatan whose whole life story is a work of fiction written by Communist Bill Ayres. Besides, I love America, I am proud of America, and am proud to be an American, how can I vote for someone who hates and mocks all we are and all we stand for?

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COACHPENNY 10/22/2012 2:00AM

    It isn't exactly clear but, I am assuming the piece above was written by Daniel Ellsberg.

It's very political...but, that's not the point. Political or many times does a person have to "educate" others about "freedom" to blog as you will.

Getting back to Ellsberg's diatribe....I will vote to re-elect Preside Obama but, not for any of the reasons stated above. The fact that we, as citizens, do not know all of the inner workings and classified information that pieced together, form policy for our government, could be bad or good depending upon whose hands are steering the ship. So we must be diligent without spiraling into paranoia. A quote from Martin Luther King, Jr. says this rather concisely...."Nothing in all the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity."

As a moderate voter, I support President Obama because his beliefs parallel my own....because, I see the bipartisan efforts he has made despite heated, opposition. I admire his steady commitment to equal opportunities for all of us but, especially the least of us. He values family, faith and freedom. President Obama has retained those same qualities while dealing with the realities of failed compromise, economic challenges and a complicated world stage.

I may not agree with all aspects of policies the President has kept from previous administrations but, I trust that he has placed safeguards into play where our best interests will be better served by their continuation. I look at the whole of his efforts, not the parts and pieces. Mr. Ellsberg views are impacted by his years in government and the persecution he was subjected to for outing truth. He is right that we must not trust blindly in the benevolence of government leadership but, wrong to portray President Obama as the lessor of two evils.

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CURVYELVIESAYS 10/22/2012 1:16AM

    I agree with you with. I say better the devil you know.....

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SUNSHINE65 10/22/2012 12:57AM

    To KKARENKM: that's all well and good, but voting for a third party candidate is essentially voting for Romney in the close situation we are in. Thus the poor will be devastated and the middle class will be downsized into the poor class. Notice the big difference between the rich and not rich in our country. This has been systematically orchestrated for 30 years and WE NEED TO TURN THAT AROUND or we are toast! Only if we have a democratic president and congress will we get that oppportunity.

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KKARENKM 10/22/2012 12:39AM

    you sound pretty narrow minded- you'll notice the race is close and not everyone feels the same, which is great since we live in a free nation. personally, i may choose a third party candidate.

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SUNSHINE65 10/22/2012 12:26AM

    To KKARENKM: I don't think caring about : punishing most of all the poor and marginal in society, and workers and middle class as well: not only in the U.S. but worldwide in terms of the economy (I believe the Republicans could still convert this recession to a Great Depression), the environment and climate change. It could well lead to war with Iran (which Obama has been creditably resisting, against pressure from within his own party). And it would spell, via Supreme Court appointments, the end of Roe v. Wade and of the occasional five to four decisions in favor of the Constitution and Bill of Rights. is political. I think it is moral!

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KICK-SS 10/21/2012 11:45PM

    I agree - with Kkarenkm, that is...

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DIET_FRIEND 10/21/2012 11:44PM

    I know you feel passionately about this topic. I am equally passoinate and want to see Obama re-elected. I live in a very red state and I'm definitely outnumbered by Romney's supporters. I have let my opinons be known, but I also realize I'm not changing anybody's minds, so I'm just going to do my voting and let it be. When you live in a red state, you know that the electoral college can nullify your efforts--I'm praying for a miracle that our state will go blue, but it's looking pretty grim. I just wish everyone voted--who knows what the results would be if everyone voted.

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KKARENKM 10/21/2012 11:25PM

    too political

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Sunday, October 21, 2012

A pretty little girl named Suzy was standing on the sidewalk in front of her home. Next to her was a basket containing a number of tiny creatures; in her hand was a sign announcing FREE KITTENS.

Suddenly a line of big black cars pulled up beside her. Out of the lead car stepped a tall, grinning man.

"Hi there little girl, I'm Mitt Romney.
What do you have in the basket?" he asked.

"Kittens," little Suzy said.

"How old are they?" asked Romney.

Suzy replied, "They're so young, their eyes aren't even open yet."

"And what kind of kittens are they?"

"Republicans," answered Suzy with a smile.

Romney was delighted. As soon as he returned to his car, he called his PR chief and told him about the little girl and the kittens.

Recognizing the perfect photo op, the two men agreed that Romney should return the next day; and in front of the assembled media, have the girl talk about her discerning kittens.

So the next day, Suzy was again standing on the sidewalk with her basket of "FREE KITTENS," when another motorcade pulled up, this time followed by vans from ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX, and CNN.

Cameras and audio equipment were quickly set up, then Romney got out of his limo and walked over to little Suzy.

"Hello, again," he said, "I'd love it if you would tell all my friends out there what kind of kittens you're giving away."

"Yes sir," Suzy said. "They're Democrats."

Taken by surprise, Romney stammered, "But...but...yesterday, you told me they were REPUBLICANS."

Little Suzy smiled and said, "I know.

But today, they have their eyes open."

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CARRAND 10/22/2012 6:05PM

    I love it!

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GAYEMC 10/22/2012 2:31PM

    Too funny! Thanx for sharing!

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FLORIDAGHOST 10/22/2012 10:41AM

    Perrrfect! Thanks! emoticon

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LOLAINSC 10/22/2012 9:30AM

    How sad--a whole litter of kittens who think that there is such a thing as a free lunch and it is okay to wrack up tons of debt and lay the crushing load on future generations of kittens--but that's cats for you, out of control impulsiveness and narcissism--but then their little brains are the size of a walnut. At least intelligent human beings know better!

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EVWINGS 10/21/2012 10:16PM

    So funny and too true!! Love the pictures. They fit purrfectly.

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123ELAINE456 10/21/2012 10:11PM

  Very Cute and Funny . All except for the little Girl comment of Democrats. Do not like that at all. Love her first comment of Republicans though. God Bless You and Have a Wonderful Week.

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LOSING30TOWIN 10/21/2012 10:02PM

    This is too funny!

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Awesome music box

Saturday, October 20, 2012

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NAYPOOIE 10/20/2012 11:48PM

    That was kind of freaky, but cool.

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