Some Morning Show’s big reveal about a family’s “big problem” in getting a new dog was that they had a swimming pool and I just walked away disgusted thinking about all the families that can’t even afford a television set to watch this show.
If everything is bigger in Texas, wouldn’t Texas have to have a bigger Texas inside Texas and wouldn’t that Texas that’s in Texas then have to have a bigger Texas that’s in Texas’s Texas and if that’s so then wouldn’t that Texas that’s bigger than the Texas’s Texas have to have an even bigger Texas’s Texas’s Texas?
What I’m trying to say is, how can we be certain that right now we are not somehow in Texas?
girugamesh” romney wisperd
"u called mitt romney" girugamesh replie
"i need you to.. .take care of somenef or me" romeny…
An excerpt from actual GOP campaign strategy
"If the Democrats were right about preventing me from losing my house because I’ve gone bankrupt from the cost of medical bills, what else were they right about?"
- millions of Americans who are now guaranteed health care insurance and who are benefiting from subsidies so the cost isn’t that bad realistically. Although there is a worrying donut hole of those “too rich” for discount and “too poor” to not experience some discomfort. But many Republican states didn’t try to do anything to improve this system or help make better market places so let’s just forget about paying a little more to not lose everything until science has a pill that cures everything, OK?
George Washington’s birthday. Martha hands George a package. He opens it and sees a new set of Hickory dentures. He pulls her aside and lifts her petticoat. He emerges minutes later, his forehead flush and speaks over her girlish laughter with his usual Southern charm, “Martha you never fail to give me wood for my birthday.”
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In America, the power of money can be used to override the power of empathy. We can truly act like a nation of five year olds, when we can only see how direct benefit will help ourselves and we refuse to see how the good of the whole will actually have for more long term benefits for all, improving many aspects of our lives.