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Rock'n chair Rambler  
Over Taxed, TX  
March 18, 2012 9:55am
 
"I often wonder what party the JUDAS GOAT represents ?"

I believe you are referring to the Democrat donkey. It performs flawlessly as a judas goat, leading the sheep and cattle to slaughter.

I must be hung over, because you are starting to make sense..... at least on one point. There are too many laws already. Too many law makers and too many lawyers.

Unfortunately, lawyers are like women. Ya can't live with 'em, and ya can't shoot 'em.

You are right about another thing. The good die young. That accounts for your advanced age.

Of course, as usual, none of this has anything to do with the topic. To say that, because there are too many laws, you are against any new laws is, well.... ok, I won't insult you with ad hominem attacks. But, that argument is....eh... ah hell. There's no way around it. It's stupid. There's just no polite or tactful way to say it.

"IF IT'S NOT BROKE,DON'T FIX IT."

But, it is broke. You just said 70% of voter fraud is from absentee voting. So, that's not broke? Photo IDs might not fix the entire system, but at least it's a freakin good place to start!

Not only is the electoral process broke from top to bottom, it's full of crooks and corruption. And nobody trusts it. Why do you think so many people don't even bother to vote?

If it's so damn sacred, why do we allow it to be bought and sold and corrupted by almost everyone involved? You can't believe anyone about anything. It's perfectly acceptable to lie and slander and take bribes and violate the public trust and fiduciary responsibilities, drive the country into bankruptcy and deny any wrong doing and get re-elected.

That ain't broke??
     
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