http://www.theblaze.com/stories/jesse-j … -a-laptop/
This guy is out of his mind but this is how democrats think! Just make it a right to have a home an education an ipod and a laptop!! Lol
The two party paradigm, "liberal vs conservative" is absolutely idiotic. It doesn't matter who passes what laws, as lawmakers are beholden to the business interests that got them elected in the first place. For this reason, the entity that controls the money supply controls the state, and there is no "democrat," or "republican," the only power that exists is the federal reserve, and off shore banking cartels.
But go ahead, blame J. Jackson for wanting to violate the constitution if you want to, and that makes you happy; just remember that that idiot "dubya" was the least constitutional P.O.T.U.S. in U.S. history.
an IPOD in every pot!.....lmao ; Honestly, it is closer to reality than we think.
thats what they are attemptig here in Nashville, elimination of all Text Books just e-books only and each child with a laptop and an IPOD. This was put in as part of a master plan during race to the top meetings.
Hey, Saudi Arabia is giving citizens big bucks not to revolt. Maybe he is onto something.
Really? I don't think it's working with a day of rage protest scheduled for Friday.
sounds like a great plan should work.............. lol
The question wasn't directed at you but you are in the same boat. Nice going. Venting frustrations about politics on an internet forum is pointless and a waste of time.
Yes it does affect me: we have to put up with all these threads for no reason at all.
You have to "put up with" all these threads? Lol! Here's a clue you don't have to read them!
You don't have to read them, you can skip on by and go to one you want to see.
Are you into self abuse?
Please visit http://hubpages.com/forum/ and look at all the threads about politics and religion that are constantly there. It's impossible to ignore them because there are always people like you posting in there and bumping these threads to the top. Yes, I choose not to click on them but I have to "put up" with them nonetheless.
Please, do something useful with your time instead of complaining about politics on the internet.
What im doing is infinitely more useful then what you're doing... I guess you'll just have to deal! Lol
It's good to know what you standard of 'useful' is.
keep writing Lady, it is civil discussion and it is good for all to get involved, either side.
Try this, if you have Firefox or Chrome: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefo … ages-from/
It's free and it really does work. I see Politics and Religion threads only when I want to see them now. Pretty nice.
"Yes, I choose not to click on them"
You have failed completely.
When you choose not to click on them it is impossible to post on the same thread.
If you promise not to run away I'll remove the duct tape restraints now.
Lol! Thanks Jim! It never ceases to amaze how upset people get with what I do!
I actually enjoy the entertainment. Your posts are like reading The Onion, except there's a possibility you and Jim actually believe this stuff. Keep up the good work!
You should be more concerned about the empty seats, it seems that no other politicians could be bothered to turn up. In the UK we have so many MPs turn up that some have to sit on the floor http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=njtAqwW3vLI
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