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Good literary humour, Fryar. Middle-Diddle? Who cares? It went over the concrete head of Jacob. No accounting for a poor sense of humour and dull wits.
You have nothing to worry about. No one will ever mistake you as an expert. I've read too many of your comments. As for dumb lawyers on the Court of Appeals, what would you call a group of legal experts who were slapped down nine to zero? Right. A bunch of dumb lawyers. You keep trading feet.
"and save up to donate to this bought and paid for hack." Are you saying what you want to say? Is this ignorance or a mistake?
If you think Obama is a handicap, Romney would have been a disaster!
Government assistance increased under Richard Nixon who also relinquished more control to recipients via food stamps as opposed to excess commodity distribution. Nixon also tried to persuade EM Kennedy to go along with government sponsored purchase of health insurance for the uninsured. Incredibly Kennedy would not agree. Before his death EMK said he never understood fully why he took that position.
A bit of historical revision projected here in your interpretation. Historians and reality clearly lead to the conclusion the Civil War settled primarily 1) the certainty of the union, 2) definitiveness of the US Constitution, 3) and ultimately abolition of slavery.
Au contraire on peu profonde! La discussion est magnifique et les plus stimulant. You are far too pedestrian too grasp it. If you don't like the program change the channel. What more germane discussion could be held for our times and culture. No matter for which side you argue.
Le journal est tres sage pour le permettre. Merci.
Certainly they don't teach creationism in public schools do they? I can see where it might be taught in a private church school. I did read about one of your Georgia Congressmen recently in a dither about the age of the earth - he was saying it was around 9000 years old. I would like to see the DNA of the people that elected him. Maybe some hair samples also to put under the scope. I'll bet their kids graduate from church schools and the like.
The local school system wasn't mentioned in the article. Is that not a legislative issue at all in the South? With all the conversation on secondary education in the area I would have guessed it to be a critical topic. Oh well, sorry kids.
This conversation sounds like a television traffic report on a Jersey Interchange. Just no pile ups yet.
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