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Posted on Tue, Mar 11, 2014 23:05

I'm putting a date around 2017 to 2020 where genetic views of the disease process are common-place. Big Pharma will suffer,and there will be adaquate bed space for surgical needs. I glance forward, but it takes a truthful, re-think of body processes. Treating, even, residuals of Chemo to activate salivary gland's;with the main goal of elevating bone marrow production is happening in cities,Nationwide.  Old&New...There are strong current's with change.

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Posted on Mon, Mar 10, 2014 21:46

Quoting leonicvirgo:

NPR thinks we should concentrate our efforts on our youth.



Hah!  That should be a no brainer Leo, if we expect to be competitive in the global economy.  But there are many in this country that don't think our youth need the things necessary to thrive.  Even though my child is grown, I don't mind still paying school taxes because I don't want the next generation to be stupid.  They will be in charge of running things in my old age.



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Posted on Fri, Mar 07, 2014 22:23

NPR thinks we should concentrate our efforts on our youth.



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Posted on Mon, Mar 03, 2014 19:31

For Boston:

 

So far away
Doesn't anybody stay in one place anymore?
It would be so fine to see your face at my door
And it doesn't help to know that you're just time away

Long ago, I reached for you and there you stood
Holding you again could only do me good
Oh, how I wish I could
But you're so far away, yeah

One more song about movin' along the highway
I can't say much of anything that's new
But if I could only work this life out my way
I'd rather spend it bein' close to you

Really you're so far away
Doesn't anybody stay in one place anymore?
It would be so fine to see your face at my door
And it doesn't help to know, you're so far away

So far away
Yeah, you're so far away
Oh yeah yeah yeah

Travelin' around sure gets me down and lonely
Nothin' else to do but close my mind
And I sure hope the road don't come to own me
There's so many dreams that I've yet to find

But you're so far away
Doesn't anybody stay in one place anymore?
It would be so fine to see your face at my door
And it doesn't help to know you're so far away

You're so far away
Oh, you're so far away
You're so far away

Oh, I need to get in touch with you baby
You're so very, very, very far away
Oh, you're so, so far away

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King, Carole

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Posted on Mon, Mar 03, 2014 17:20

Quoting Diana3316:

Roc, one other comment re:  Bludgeoning Newt”

 

I never heard anyone bring up all of Newt’s extramarital affairs as ‘character flaws’ when he was the front runner in the Republican Presidential primary.  Certainly not on any of the fair and balanced Fox News programs!  He fell out of favor when it became evident that he was delusional and markedly irrational…for making the campaign promise to put a colony on the moon.

 

The only reason I responded to your reference that “Newt helped him out quite a bit”, was because you attempted to diminish Clinton’s successful presidency, by crediting Newt.  Being so concerned about character flaws, I thought it curious that you would hold Newt up as a positive force in our politics.

 

 

I'm bored with this.  Can we move on to another topic?

 



C'mon Diana, It's all fun and games.  We just view history from a different perspective but I can understand why you're bored.  It's your blog and you're doing most of the talking. You appear to have a liking for the inflammatory but an avoidance of the facts.  I just find your hysterically, emotional rhetoric quite laughable so it has no effect on me.  I'm just correcting your mistakes.  It's my nature, I used to teach math.  Your propensity for regurgitation rather than research causes you to be wrong most of the time   You're the one who brought up Monica and blamed her for the affair.  The President of the United States should have said "No".  Witch hunt my a$$, victim my *ss, he got what he deserved.    Had you switched out your rose colored glasses for everything liberal and put some reading glasses on you might have read that I thought he was a good President but unlike you,I still remember some rudiments from high school civics.  I understand the role the three branches of government play. You may have heard me refer to them as Larry, Moe and Curly.  I don't regard politicians with any reverence so I think it's funny that you glorify liberals and demonize conservatives.   I do, however, understand the role the Speaker plays even if it's convenient for you to ignore it..  Some landmark legislation was negotiated and passed.  I didn't bludgeon anyone... that was you.   Hillary has her own red herrings to deal with.  You brought up Monica and I'm certain the press and the pundits will have their heyday as well.  We're talking about politicians, so morality, intellect and all that other gobble-de-gook is immaterial.  As usual it will be the better of two or more evils.  Let's not pretend these greedy, power hungry lawyers have any other agenda than their own self aggrandizement.   I hope you realize that I don't care how you vote or the criteria you use to do so... but please check your facts, use the brain the good Lord gave you and leave all that liberal gibberish at the front door.... it's quite boring as you so aptly pointed out.


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Posted on Sun, Mar 02, 2014 10:22

Roc, one other comment re:  Bludgeoning Newt”

 

I never heard anyone bring up all of Newt’s extramarital affairs as ‘character flaws’ when he was the front runner in the Republican Presidential primary.  Certainly not on any of the fair and balanced Fox News programs!  He fell out of favor when it became evident that he was delusional and markedly irrational…for making the campaign promise to put a colony on the moon.

 

The only reason I responded to your reference that “Newt helped him out quite a bit”, was because you attempted to diminish Clinton’s successful presidency, by crediting Newt.  Being so concerned about character flaws, I thought it curious that you would hold Newt up as a positive force in our politics.

 

 

I'm bored with this.  Can we move on to another topic?

 



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Posted on Sun, Mar 02, 2014 09:45

*smile* @ Leo.



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Posted on Sun, Mar 02, 2014 09:42

Quoting 3345roc:

I never said Newt was  a paragon of virtue but, as usual you got your facts wrong.      He and Bill were cut from the same cloth but at least he didn't do his philandering with a scrubbed, chubby faced barely pubescent, 22 year old neophyte..      Newt and Bill, checks and balances, negotiation and compromise... things did get done..     #1. Quotes removed, meaning unchanged. #2. Really, Bubba was the victim.  How could he resist?  Really? #3. Your value system is on full display here and the moral and ethical character of someone running for public office is high on my list of considerations even if you think it's none of your business     Let me see .... Bludgeoning Bill .....    BAD. Bludgeoning Newt ..... GOOD   Yup... pretty transparent.    


Quoting Roc:  Where do you draw the line? How about Obama?  He's married, he's not a Rhode scholar but he does have a Nobel Peace Prize and you can't buy one of them either.  Would you Lewinsky him?  What about Hillary?  She's also married but doesn't have what the other two have... but she might be the first woman President.  Would you dive into her pantsuit and give her a big, wet Australian kiss?

 

#1.  I guess I can’t really expect someone who would write something as crass as the above statement, to understand the differential nuance between ‘making it’ and ‘score’.

 

#2.  Indeed Bill was the victim, but he wasn’t the only one.  The entire country was torn apart, distracted and humiliated by the totally malicious Republican witch hunt…..when we should have been focusing on what Bin Laden was doing.

 

#3.  Fine…..moral and ethical character are important factors to be considered…but they are not the only conditions to weigh.  Intellect, education, temperament, critical thinking and decision making skills, health and age are a few others.   Additionally, moral and ethical character can involve more criteria than just if a person has sex with an adult woman that is not his wife.  Never the less, it was a humiliating, costly and unnecessary chapter of our history.  In my opinion…“I did not have sex with that woman…” was a falsehood not intended to injure anyone and therefore of nominal moral import.  

 

I just find it striking that people would dredge up this old/ancient news in an effort to discredit Hillary via her husband.  It is so lame!  Americans don’t want to hear….and frankly don’t give a dam about what other consenting adults do in the privacy of their own space.  Even a lot of Republicans don’t care, as evidenced by the re-election of Viter and Sampson.

 

Let’s talk about issues and which candidates provide a vision that addresses an inclusive agenda to move the country forward.  Do Republicans have anything to offer in that regard???  This tired tabloid story about Bill and “just let the poor die”…..is not a winning message. 

 



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Posted on Fri, Feb 28, 2014 16:12

Her hair is Harlow gold
Her lips sweet surprise
Her hands are never cold
She's got Bette Davis eyes

She'll turn the music on you
You won't have to think twice
She's pure as New York snow
She's got Bette Davis eyes

And she'll tease you
She'll unease you
All the better just to please you
She's precocious and she knows just what it takes to make a pro blush
She's got Greta Garbo stand-off sighs
She's got Bette Davis eyes

She'll let you take her home (it whets her appetite)
She'll lay you on the throne
She's got Bette Davis eyes

She'll take a tumble on you
Roll you like you were dice until you come up blue
She's got Bette Davis eyes

She'll expose you when she snows you off your feet with the crumbs she throws you
She's ferocious and she knows just what it takes to make a pro blush
All the boys think she's a spy
She's got Bette Davis eyes

And she'll tease you
She'll unease you
All the better just to please you
She's precocious and she knows just what it takes to make a pro blush
All the boys think she's a spy
She's got Bette Davis eyes

She'll tease you
She'll unease you
Just to please you
She's got Bette Davis eyes

She'll expose you
When she snows you
She knows you
She's got Bette Davis eyes

http://youtu.be/eja-popojUo

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Posted on Thu, Feb 27, 2014 09:46

Quoting Diana3316:

Ahhh….yessss….Newt.  Now there’s a shining example of “character”.  I won’t bother to recite the entire litany of his “dishonorable” acts….but abandoning your wife in the midst of her cancer treatment via an email….might be right up there as one of the most ghastly of sins I’ve ever heard of.

 

#1.  Please remove the quotation marks from the word “score”.  I never used that word. 

 

#2.  My point re: Monica “making it” with the POTUS was in an effort to potentially view it from a 22yr old’s perspective.  I think she might have been a thrill seeker….experimenting with her sexuality and trying to build her self-esteem.  Why else would a woman keep a dirty dress as a souvenir? 

 

#3.  My value system and the choices I make regarding who I have sex with are not open for discussion at this time.  The agreements I make between my lovers are our business…..just like Bill and Hillary’s agreements are their business.  If she wants to forgive him for what he did….she’s the only one that has to live with that decision.  YOU are not part of their relationship.

 

If you want to keep bludgeoning him over a poor personal decision that happened 15 years ago….I guess you can.  But seriously….did anyone get killed?  The only reason people got hurt and American tax payer dollars were wasted, was because of the ruthless and relentless stalking/hunting done by the Republicans.

 

There are a lot of good and decent men/women that have made poor decisions in their younger years.  That doesn't make them bad people today!  Blame it on hormones….blame it on disturbed upbringing….who knows?  There’s tons of psychologists way smarter than me that try to figure these things out.  It’s not like I’ve never been betrayed or cheated on before, but I am a big believer in second chances, forgiveness and letting the past go. 

 

The bottom line is that what happened, happened inside of THEIR marriage……NOT yours or mine!!

 


I never said Newt was  a paragon of virtue but, as usual you got your facts wrong.      He and Bill were cut from the same cloth but at least he didn't do his philandering with a scrubbed, chubby faced barely pubescent, 22 year old neophyte..      Newt and Bill, checks and balances, negotiation and compromise... things did get done..     #1. Quotes removed, meaning unchanged. #2. Really, Bubba was the victim.  How could he resist?  Really? #3. Your value system is on full display here and the moral and ethical character of someone running for public office is high on my list of considerations even if you think it's none of your business     Let me see .... Bludgeoning Bill .....    BAD. Bludgeoning Newt ..... GOOD   Yup... pretty transparent.    



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Posted on Wed, Feb 26, 2014 19:56

Bill is a Leo. Fire signs have large drives where sex is concerned, as do the other two (Aries, Sag's).Hillary sees that Taurus influence. He wandered before. It was embarrassing, that time. This jerrymandering of "branding" a woman brings Scorpio's caged, yet cagey wounding forefront. The art of war offers civil retreats after the day of confrontation. You deal with a sophistocated Scorpio,ROC. Bohner is at the table. Let's go from here.

How will we pay for infrastructure costs?

If the Ohio was really assessed, Coal sludge barriers would be erected. 

Natural Gas prices are premium in price in this "Frac" abundant market; What level first stabilizes our market consumption, then allows export-beyond reserves?

At least 3 States endorce $10.10 standards; with the GAP gladly raising their employee's pay base to that level.

Is it a different facet in Trickle Down Economics?

How can we bleed gases from Keystone,Tar Sands to refine an industry of liquid sludge. What benefits are transportation costs for the easement to Mexico( beyond the rail incidents).

 

She warned of Scorpio's sting down under.



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Posted on Wed, Feb 26, 2014 15:48

Quoting 3345roc:

Dammit Diana, I do admire your honesty.  There might be quite a few women who'd admit to fantasizing about paying lip service to a bulging Bill in the Oval Office but not may would post that on a public forum.

 

Where do you draw the line? How about Obama?  He's married, he's not a Rhode scholar but he does have a Nobel Peace Prize and you can't buy one of them either.  Would you Lewinsky him?  What about Hillary?  She's also married but doesn't have what the other two have... but she might be the first woman President.  Would you dive into her pantsuit and give her a big, wet Australian kiss?

 

Just curious... do many of the women here on these blogs consider having an intimate encounter with a married politician or celebrity a big "score" as defined by Diana?  I don't run into many uber liberal women in the normal course of my life... should I seek them out?  Am I missing something?

 

Anyway... you're so right, I am flawed in ways I didn't even realize.  I do consider cheating (you might call it scoring) a character flaw.  It's not about the sex it's about not honoring a commitment you made.  I guess you could say it's dishonorable.

 

Here's one you might not be able to wrap your head around but I have no debt.... no mortgage, no car loan, no credit card debt.  I pay cash for everything.  I retired at 53 and luckily I have the cash to buy everything I want.  However, when I was a young'un, if I wanted something, I saved up for it and bought it when I had enough cash.  Crazy, right?

 

Oh, and by the way, all that liberal left wing, talking head gibberish you regugitate gives me brain cramps because it make's no sense at all, so I don't read it.  If it's any consolation, I also avoid the right wingnut's spin doctors excrement as well.  If you enjoy writing it because it gives you sense of righteousness please continue but understand I just go lalalalalalalalalala.

 

Was Clinton a good President.  I think so but I doubt he'll make the top ten.  Newt helped him out quite a bit, but I don't regret voting for him, second term.  I liked Dole but he was getting a bit long in the tooth.  I'm glad that Obama came along and now view my vote for Jimmy Carter as visionary.

 

 



Ahhh….yessss….Newt.  Now there’s a shining example of “character”.  I won’t bother to recite the entire litany of his “dishonorable” acts….but abandoning your wife in the midst of her cancer treatment via an email….might be right up there as one of the most ghastly of sins I’ve ever heard of.

 

#1.  Please remove the quotation marks from the word “score”.  I never used that word. 

 

#2.  My point re: Monica “making it” with the POTUS was in an effort to potentially view it from a 22yr old’s perspective.  I think she might have been a thrill seeker….experimenting with her sexuality and trying to build her self-esteem.  Why else would a woman keep a dirty dress as a souvenir? 

 

#3.  My value system and the choices I make regarding who I have sex with are not open for discussion at this time.  The agreements I make between my lovers are our business…..just like Bill and Hillary’s agreements are their business.  If she wants to forgive him for what he did….she’s the only one that has to live with that decision.  YOU are not part of their relationship.

 

If you want to keep bludgeoning him over a poor personal decision that happened 15 years ago….I guess you can.  But seriously….did anyone get killed?  The only reason people got hurt and American tax payer dollars were wasted, was because of the ruthless and relentless stalking/hunting done by the Republicans.

 

There are a lot of good and decent men/women that have made poor decisions in their younger years.  That doesn't make them bad people today!  Blame it on hormones….blame it on disturbed upbringing….who knows?  There’s tons of psychologists way smarter than me that try to figure these things out.  It’s not like I’ve never been betrayed or cheated on before, but I am a big believer in second chances, forgiveness and letting the past go. 

 

The bottom line is that what happened, happened inside of THEIR marriage……NOT yours or mine!!

 



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Quoting Diana3316:

Hah……really?  Character flaw?  We’ve never seen that in our government officials before….and I’m sure you don’t have any of those, now do you Roc?  While I was very disappointed that Clinton was so stupid, I’ve seen men do a lot of stupid things because of a woman.

 

The bottom line is that I didn’t hire him to be my moral leader.  I hired him to run my country and even with a mega magnifying glass on him that cost the American taxpayer more than 60 million dollars, I am pretty satisfied with the job he did.

 

But besides being a successful president, the man reeks sex appeal.  At 6’1”, blue eyed and with great lips….he’s a Rhodes Scholar, which btw you can’t buy one of them!  He’s got a great mind, good looking and good bodied, witty, charming and exemplifies compassion/empathy for those less fortunate.  There’s not a doubt in my mind that he’s a generous and talented lover, which btw Jennifer Flowers concurred with during a Playboy interview.

 

No doubt Bill had contact with some Arkansas trailer trash, but that may have been hard to avoid in Arkansas.  I would bet a nickel there were other women as well….but unlike that common bred Paula Jones who got paid for her statements against Bill, followed by immediately buying a nose job and posing for Hustler Magazine…..they have kept their mouths shut.  I’m just guessing, but assuming they didn’t talk because they didn’t support the nasty GOP conspiracy to destroy the Clintons.

 

Never the less, it’s just another example that while someone may have sex with multiple partners; they continue to love only one.  Bill truly loves Hillary.  They have worked out their problems, just as many married people sometimes do…..so I’m not sure why critical and judgmental conservatives continue to keep that thin-lipped snarl on their faces.  Time to get over it and stay out of other people’s bedrooms.

 


Dammit Diana, I do admire your honesty.  There might be quite a few women who'd admit to fantasizing about paying lip service to a bulging Bill in the Oval Office but not may would post that on a public forum.

 

Where do you draw the line? How about Obama?  He's married, he's not a Rhode scholar but he does have a Nobel Peace Prize and you can't buy one of them either.  Would you Lewinsky him?  What about Hillary?  She's also married but doesn't have what the other two have... but she might be the first woman President.  Would you dive into her pantsuit and give her a big, wet Australian kiss?

 

Just curious... do many of the women here on these blogs consider having an intimate encounter with a married politician or celebrity a big score, or "making it", as defined by Diana?  I don't run into many uber liberal women in the normal course of my life... should I seek them out?  Am I missing something?

 

Anyway... you're so right, I am flawed in ways I didn't even realize.  I do consider cheating (you call it "making it") a character flaw.  It's not about the sex it's about not honoring a commitment you made.  I guess you could say it's dishonorable.

 

Here's one you might not be able to wrap your head around but I have no debt.... no mortgage, no car loan, no credit card debt.  I pay cash for everything.  I retired at 53 and luckily I have the cash to buy everything I want.  However, when I was a young'un, if I wanted something, I saved up for it and bought it when I had enough cash.  Crazy, right?

 

Oh, and by the way, all that liberal left wing, talking head gibberish you regurgitate gives me brain cramps because it make's no sense at all, so I don't read it.  If it's any consolation, I also avoid the right wingnut's spin doctors excrement as well.  If you enjoy writing it because it gives you sense of righteousness please continue but understand I just go lalalalalalalalalala.

 

Was Clinton a good President.  I think so but I doubt he'll make the top ten.  Newt helped him out quite a bit, but I don't regret voting for him, second term.  I liked Dole but he was getting a bit long in the tooth.  I'm glad that Obama came along and now view my vote for Jimmy Carter as visionary



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Posted on Wed, Feb 26, 2014 01:52

Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes (D) released a new web ad Monday in her race for U.S. Senate that compares the job of her opponent, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), to lighting a house on fire and then claiming credit for putting it out.

"He calls himself a 'proud guardian of gridlock,'" says a male narrator, over an image of a burning house. "He's blocked the Senate over 400 times. Then voted to shut down the government, hurting Kentucky's economy."

The ad continues, "Mitch McConnell can't light the house on fire and then claim credit for putting it out -- especially while it's still burning."

The video rejects McConnell's contention that he deserves credit for ending the government shutdown earlier this month in a bipartisan deal. "I’ve demonstrated, once again, that when the Congress is in gridlock and the country is at risk, I’m the guy who steps forward and tries to get us out of the ditch,"



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Posted on Tue, Feb 25, 2014 11:30

Quoting 3345roc:

Not really on so many different levels my dear, but I see where you're coming from.  

 

I'm guessing  if you had a chance to make it with POTUS you would do the same thing.  We could put your picture up between Monica and Paula Jones... a blonde a brunette, Monica had black hair.. oh, wait,, was Gennifer Flowers a redhead?

 

That would be a superfecta Hall of Shame.

 

He was married and he was a serial cheater... huge character flaw.  

 

While there's no such thing as a bad bl*wj*b some are better than other.  Experience counts, and if you're really good at it you deserve a medal.  I think women become sexy in their mid thirties and post menopausal women are out of this world.  I did date a 22 year old.. she was a quick study... and I was divorced.  No harm, no foul.


Hah……really?  Character flaw?  We’ve never seen that in our government officials before….and I’m sure you don’t have any of those, now do you Roc?  While I was very disappointed that Clinton was so stupid, I’ve seen men do a lot of stupid things because of a woman.

 

The bottom line is that I didn’t hire him to be my moral leader.  I hired him to run my country and even with a mega magnifying glass on him that cost the American taxpayer more than 60 million dollars, I am pretty satisfied with the job he did.

 

But besides being a successful president, the man reeks sex appeal.  At 6’1”, blue eyed and with great lips….he’s a Rhodes Scholar, which btw you can’t buy one of them!  He’s got a great mind, good looking and good bodied, witty, charming and exemplifies compassion/empathy for those less fortunate.  There’s not a doubt in my mind that he’s a generous and talented lover, which btw Jennifer Flowers concurred with during a Playboy interview.

 

No doubt Bill had contact with some Arkansas trailer trash, but that may have been hard to avoid in Arkansas.  I would bet a nickel there were other women as well….but unlike that common bred Paula Jones who got paid for her statements against Bill, followed by immediately buying a nose job and posing for Hustler Magazine…..they have kept their mouths shut.  I’m just guessing, but assuming they didn’t talk because they didn’t support the nasty GOP conspiracy to destroy the Clintons.

 

Never the less, it’s just another example that while someone may have sex with multiple partners; they continue to love only one.  Bill truly loves Hillary.  They have worked out their problems, just as many married people sometimes do…..so I’m not sure why critical and judgmental conservatives continue to keep that thin-lipped snarl on their faces.  Time to get over it and stay out of other people’s bedrooms.

 



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Posted on Mon, Feb 24, 2014 15:54

Quoting Diana3316:

You wouldn't be envious would you Roc????  You sound like you might secretly be suffering from a little envy.   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Not really on so many different levels my dear, but I see where you're coming from.  

 

I'm guessing  if you had a chance to make it with POTUS you would do the same thing.  We could put your picture up between Monica and Paula Jones... a blonde a brunette, Monica had black hair.. oh, wait,, was Gennifer Flowers a redhead?

 

That would be a superfecta Hall of Shame.

 

He was married and he was a serial cheater... huge character flaw.  

 

While there's no such thing as a bad bl*wj*b some are better than other.  Experience counts, and if you're really good at it you deserve a medal.  I think women become sexy in their mid thirties and post menopausal women are out of this world.  I did date a 22 year old.. she was a quick study... and I was divorced.  No harm, no foul.



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Posted on Sun, Feb 23, 2014 20:05

Quoting 3345roc:

"She was a 22 year old woman that had a chance to make it with the POTUS."

 

 ... now that's funny Diana, as if the old horndog had impeccable taste in women.  I doubt there's a 22 year old he  wouldn't have dropped his draws for in the Oval Office or anywhere else for that matter.

 

 



You wouldn't be envious would you Roc????  You sound like you might secretly be suffering from a little envy.   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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Posted on Sat, Feb 22, 2014 10:13

"She was a 22 year old woman that had a chance to make it with the POTUS."

 

 ... now that's funny Diana, as if the old horndog had impeccable taste in women.  I doubt there's a 22 year old he  wouldn't have dropped his draws for in the Oval Office or anywhere else for that matter.

 

 



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Posted on Tue, Feb 18, 2014 14:22

Quoting Diana3316:

Leo,

Hillary is a Scorpio?  I didn't know.  If she runs/wins and has a Congress like the one now....we will see nothing accomplished...just like now. 

 

I dare say, these next mid-term elections are more important than the 2016 presidential election.  What people need to do is examine what their congressional candidates really stand for.  Does the candidate just want to kick the proverbial can down the road regarding climate change?  Can we really continue to afford the repair costs for Sandy, Katrina, the car wrecks in Atlanta....or how about the drowning of Miami? Do we want to keep relitigating the ACA or do we want to fix what needs fixing?  The majority of Americans do not want to go back to the way it was when insurance companies ran rough shod over people.  The choice seems clear to me....but people who are progressive and forward thinking need to get out....and VOTE!

 

And really...how lame is it to be bringing up Monica?  She was a 22 year old woman that had a chance to make it with the POTUS.  What Bill did may not have been in good form....but she was hardly an innocent adolescent.  That was her second affair with a married man.  She reportedly had an affair with a married teacher too before Bill.  So who cares....besides snoopy Republicans that want to know and control what goes on in other people's bedrooms?  Their not really interested in freedom.  That's just a talking point.  


Scorpio... Lady in Black

http://youtu.be/4bH9A3H_t_Q

 



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Posted on Mon, Feb 17, 2014 23:09

Leo,

Hillary is a Scorpio?  I didn't know.  If she runs/wins and has a Congress like the one now....we will see nothing accomplished...just like now. 

 

I dare say, these next mid-term elections are more important than the 2016 presidential election.  What people need to do is examine what their congressional candidates really stand for.  Does the candidate just want to kick the proverbial can down the road regarding climate change?  Can we really continue to afford the repair costs for Sandy, Katrina, the car wrecks in Atlanta....or how about the drowning of Miami? Do we want to keep relitigating the ACA or do we want to fix what needs fixing?  The majority of Americans do not want to go back to the way it was when insurance companies ran rough shod over people.  The choice seems clear to me....but people who are progressive and forward thinking need to get out....and VOTE!

 

And really...how lame is it to be bringing up Monica?  She was a 22 year old woman that had a chance to make it with the POTUS.  What Bill did may not have been in good form....but she was hardly an innocent adolescent.  Was Bill a predator????  Not any more than she was!  That was her second affair with a married man.  What Bill did was between him and his wife.  So who cares....besides snoopy Republicans that want to know and control what goes on in other people's bedrooms?  Their not really interested in freedom.  That's just a talking point.  If that's all the GOP has to offer the country, it's not good enough!!



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