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Translated: Minnesota’s Keith Hakim Ellison (D – Islam) wants to tax Americans more to transplant more mostly Muslim “refugees” to towns and cities already broke and without jobs. Forever transforming them, burdening the education, law enforcement and health services systems, among many other things. via Ellison Introduces “Strengthening Refugee Resettlement Act”.

“America’s refugee program should reflect our values of generosity and inclusion for all Americans—new and old. The ‘Strengthening Refugee Resettlement Act’ achieves this by making sure refugee families have the resources they need to be self-sufficient as quickly as possible. Strengthening support not only helps the 34,000 refugees who have come to Minnesota since 2000, but improves America’s image abroad.”
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Yes, just what we need, more disgruntled nutjobs here in the states telling us we need to bend to their will. With all due respect, i'd rather fund Big Bird.
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2828,

Are you insinuating that I don't care for Muslims? <g>

I like 'em just fine as long as they live and stay in the Middle East

Mike
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but improves America’s image abroad.

I noticed that as they killed our ambassador and hold anti-American rallies all over the Middle Eaast. I wonder what they'd do if they hated us?

I'm with Mike. Let them stay over there and kill each other.
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Are you insinuating that I don't care for Muslims? <g>

I like 'em just fine as long as they live and stay in the Middle East
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I don't mind if they're here (and we have lots) as long as they aren't planning to blow us up, insist on special treatment, and condemn all loonies, including their own.

arrete
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I don't mind if they're here (and we have lots) as long as they aren't planning to blow us up, insist on special treatment, and condemn all loonies, including their own.

I always find it ironic that some people groups come here to escape their hell whole of a home country and then want to turn around and try and convert the USA into the hell whole they just escaped.

JLC
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Are you insinuating that I don't care for Muslims? <g>

I like 'em just fine as long as they live and stay in the Middle East


I see a certain justice in treating people according to the standards they set forth.

Islamists think it's okay and in accordance with their religion to murder a person for following a religion you don't approve of - even children too young to really have a religion, if their parents follow a non-approved religion. I don't approve of a religion that supports this notion, so by this standard it would be okay to murder Islamists and their children.

(But not *sane* Muslims.)
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I don't approve of a religion that supports this notion, so by this standard it would be okay to murder Islamists and their children.

Even if they're nice?
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I don't mind if they're here (and we have lots) as long as they aren't planning to blow us up, insist on special treatment, and condemn all loonies, including their own.

And before they demand that communications which demean and insult religions be banned, they should look at what the Koran has to say about various other religions. Do they REALLY want to have their own holy book banned?
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"2828, Are you insinuating that I don't care for Muslims? <g> I like 'em just fine as long as they live and stay in the Middle East." - Mike


I suspicion they feel the same way about us. If it were up to me I'd let them sort it out amongst themselves.

Artie
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"I don't mind if they're here (and we have lots) as long as they aren't planning to blow us up, insist on special treatment, and condemn all loonies, including their own." - arrete


And Iman preaching terrorism from a Mosque pulpit would be instantly sent back to wherever the hell they came from. Anyone involved in planning terrorism within the United States would be given an automatic 10 year sentence and at the end of 10 years automatically sent back to wherever the hell they came from.

Anyone caught actually participating in a terrorist strike within the United States would be taken out back of the courthouse and humanely euthanized with a bullet in the medulla oblongata.

"I'm a peace loving man and there's nothing more peaceful than a dead man." - Zachariah

Artie
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And Iman preaching terrorism from a Mosque pulpit would be instantly sent back to wherever the hell they came from. Anyone involved in planning terrorism within the United States would be given an automatic 10 year sentence and at the end of 10 years automatically sent back to wherever the hell they came from.

Anyone caught actually participating in a terrorist strike within the United States would be taken out back of the courthouse and humanely euthanized with a bullet in the medulla oblongata.

"I'm a peace loving man and there's nothing more peaceful than a dead man." - Zachariah

Artie


Art for president!

Mike
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I do think that the next time we're involved in a war in a Muslim country we ought to announce "We respect mosques, but ammunition storage facilities and firing points get blown up even if they happen to also be mosques - and if you stand in the mosque calling for death, expect death to answer you where you stand."
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"Art for president!" - Mike


That will never happen. Too many skeletons in my closet. The Mustard colored couch incident when I was fifteen years old alone would probably be enough to keep me out of the Oval office. The first time I ever had sex, 19 years old, was when I was seduced by a chubby 41 year old married woman. And yes I smoked pot some in college and yes I inhaled. How about my crazy mixed up Taoist/Spiritualist, NDE, death bed vision, holographic universe beliefs?

Can you imagine how all this would play out in the media?

Artie
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"Art for president!" - Mike

That will never happen. Too many skeletons in my closet. The Mustard colored couch incident when I was fifteen years old alone would probably be enough to keep me out of the Oval office. The first time I ever had sex, 19 years old, was when I was seduced by a chubby 41 year old married woman. And yes I smoked pot some in college and yes I inhaled. How about my crazy mixed up Taoist/Spiritualist, NDE, death bed vision, holographic universe beliefs?

Can you imagine how all this would play out in the media?

Artie


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Who cares? What kind of free stuff will you give me?
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That will never happen. Too many skeletons in my closet. The Mustard colored couch incident when I was fifteen years old alone would probably be enough to keep me out of the Oval office. The first time I ever had sex, 19 years old, was when I was seduced by a chubby 41 year old married woman. And yes I smoked pot some in college and yes I inhaled. How about my crazy mixed up Taoist/Spiritualist, NDE, death bed vision, holographic universe beliefs?

Can you imagine how all this would play out in the media?

Artie




Dang it Art, those are resume enhancers. <g> Just say you're a liberal Democrat and be pro-abortion and you're good to go.

Mike
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"Dang it Art, those are resume enhancers. <g> Just say you're a liberal Democrat and be pro-abortion and you're good to go." - Mike


I'm not so much for legalized abortion as I see it as being a necessary evil. There are hundreds of thousands of aborted rug-rats. What the heck are we going to do with all those kids. I don't want them and I sure as heck don't want to pay to take care of them. Heck, no one wants the half-grown crumb snatchers that flood our foster care system now.

Oh yeah, they want cute little perfect babies but once they get teeth and talk back and wreck your car no one wants them. Just like half grown 6 month old dogs, no one wants them.

Art
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I'm with Mike. Let them stay over there and kill each other.


That's why I apposed the Iraq war. As much as I hated Saddam and his family, he did a fair amount of killing militant Islamic nutjobs and now in his absense, Iran is more powerful than ever.

Stupid Republicans and their nation building.

decath
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That will never happen. Too many skeletons in my closet. The Mustard colored couch incident when I was fifteen years old alone would probably be enough to keep me out of the Oval office. The first time I ever had sex, 19 years old, was when I was seduced by a chubby 41 year old married woman. And yes I smoked pot some in college and yes I inhaled. How about my crazy mixed up Taoist/Spiritualist, NDE, death bed vision, holographic universe beliefs?

Can you imagine how all this would play out in the media?

Artie


If you run as a democrat, it won't be a problem at all Art. Obama is a Chicago, America hating radical who had dangerous mentors the likes of Jeremiah Wright etc.... Despite being the worse President ever, and spending us into oblivion, he has a good chance of being reelected. The media adores him.

Contrast to Romney. A quireboy with a spotless past and the media has made him out to be the the "Great Satan".

decath
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Oh yeah, they want cute little perfect babies but once they get teeth and talk back and wreck your car no one wants them. Just like half grown 6 month old dogs, no one wants them.

Art



LOL. It's funny you mention kid wrecking cars. About 15 minutes ago I was talking to a co-worker who mentioned that his 17 year old daughter totaled his Jeep. She got a text message on her cell phone, bent over to check the text and lost control of the Jeep. She luckily was not hurt, but she totaled the Jeep. Cell phones should be kept off when driving if the driver does not have the will power to ignore an incoming call or text.

Mike
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LOL. It's funny you mention kid wrecking cars. About 15 minutes ago I was talking to a co-worker who mentioned that his 17 year old daughter totaled his Jeep. She got a text message on her cell phone, bent over to check the text and lost control of the Jeep. She luckily was not hurt, but she totaled the Jeep. Cell phones should be kept off when driving if the driver does not have the will power to ignore an incoming call or text.

Mike
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Heck, we mandate seat belts being in cars and mandate using them

Let's make all cars with a white noise type function that stops cell phones from inside the car while the engine is on and allows GPS to function.

Even hands free is just not a very good idea, screw it let's go for it. Passengers on the phone is a pain in the butt too. If we can make em stop working while folks are walking then let's do that too, and at the mall sitting on benches yelling at themselves, and on train, my God what morons.

cell phones in general really release my inner curmudgeon
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Let's make all cars with a white noise type function that stops cell phones from inside the car while the engine is on and allows GPS to function.

I'd go for that as long as there is a 911 option to let the person being chased to call for help while trying to run from trouble.
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A quireboy with a spotless past and the media has made him out to be the the "Great Satan".

A quireboy is what you get after you accidentally run Pinocchio through a paper-making plant.
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A quireboy with a spotless past and the media has made him out to be the the "Great Satan".

A quireboy is what you get after you accidentally run Pinocchio through a paper-making plant.
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Spelling is not decath's strong suit. <g>

arrete
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Spelling is not decath's strong suit. <g>

arrete


In his defense, "quire" does sound lot more like choir than does "choir". <g>

Mike, who is old enough to have attended public school when students actually learned how to read, write, spell and do arithmetic. The teachers back then were actually dedicated to teaching and did not go on strike. I find that reading a lot helps my spelling.
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Let's make all cars with a white noise type function that stops cell phones from inside the car while the engine is on and allows GPS to function.

So when your family member is dire need of an emergency c-section, but the hospital can't get hold of me because I'm cruising the countryside in my new convertible on a gorgeous fall afternoon, you're willing to let them die because some jackwagons can't be responsible.

Sounds too Big Brotherish.

JLC
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"Let's make all cars with a white noise type function that stops cell phones from inside the car while the engine is on and allows GPS to function."


You meant in the driver seat only right?




t.
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Spelling is not decath's strong suit. <g>

arrete


I have so little.

decath
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Spelling is not decath's strong suit. <g>

arrete


What's sad is that sometimes I'll go ahead and proofread my posts. Then for good measure, cut/paste them into a spell checker and still get a few grammatical/spelling errors.

What a loser.

decath
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What a loser.

At least you didn't spell it "looser."

--fleg
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I have so little

Not true, I gave you a rec.
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So when your family member is dire need of an emergency c-section, but the hospital can't get hold of me because I'm cruising the countryside in my new convertible on a gorgeous fall afternoon, you're willing to let them die because some jackwagons can't be responsible.

Sounds too Big Brotherish.
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No got that covered

You can get a signal in, but not emit. That should about cover it. Then the GPS signal for the car could be out of the passenger area and all would be fine with that too. You could recieve texts etc

BTW -- tongue in cheek, I don't care if you are dumb enough to not wear a seat belt either and if you want to smoke as well that is fine too.

Though to be honest I think doing anything where both hands are not available should be clearly ticketable, whether it be eating a bagel, putting on makeup of talking on a cell phone, let alone what came to mind for 2828
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What's sad is that sometimes I'll go ahead and proofread my posts. Then for good measure, cut/paste them into a spell checker and still get a few grammatical/spelling errors.
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Man up buddy.

I looked it up, your spelling is actually an alternate spelling for choir in one of the dictionaries(sorry I won't look it up again, but it as their)

So man up, never admit a mistake, in particular an obvious one.
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I looked it up, your spelling is actually an alternate spelling for choir in one of the dictionaries(sorry I won't look it up again, but it as their

lowstudent


Uh oh. "is there" <g>

Mike
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Man up buddy.

I looked it up, your spelling is actually an alternate spelling for choir in one of the dictionaries(sorry I won't look it up again, but it as their)

So man up, never admit a mistake, in particular an obvious one.
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Hmmm, spelling advice from lowstudent. Though I think his are more fat-finger typing.

arrete - I love you guys. Teacher in 6th grade announced that I spelled the same word two different ways in the same essay. So? Thom Jefferson did, too.
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That will never happen. Too many skeletons in my closet. The Mustard colored couch incident when I was fifteen years old alone would probably be enough to keep me out of the Oval office. The first time I ever had sex, 19 years old, was when I was seduced by a chubby 41 year old married woman. And yes I smoked pot some in college and yes I inhaled. How about my crazy mixed up Taoist/Spiritualist, NDE, death bed vision, holographic universe beliefs?

Can you imagine how all this would play out in the media?

Artie



I couldn't be President either. I've done things that would frighten fish. <grin>

-andrew, heard that line again in the Steel Magnolias remake last night... remake wasn't very good, IMHO... they should've left it alone
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That will never happen. Too many skeletons in my closet. The Mustard colored couch incident when I was fifteen years old alone would probably be enough to keep me out of the Oval office. The first time I ever had sex, 19 years old, was when I was seduced by a chubby 41 year old married woman. And yes I smoked pot some in college and yes I inhaled. How about my crazy mixed up Taoist/Spiritualist, NDE, death bed vision, holographic universe beliefs?

Can you imagine how all this would play out in the media?

Artie

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Who cares? What kind of free stuff will you give me?



A squirrel in every pot, and roadkill in every freezer.
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Mike, who is old enough to have attended public school when students actually learned how to read, write, spell and do arithmetic. The teachers back then were actually dedicated to teaching and did not go on strike. I find that reading a lot helps my spelling.


Bah, humbug. You're only a few years older than me... and I remember the Cleveland teachers going on strike during my senior year of high school (1978). They were out so long that when they finally went back, the kids had to go to school during Christmas and Easter vacations, plus a number of Saturdays, to make up the days missed. And even then the school year ended late. (I got lucky and dodged all this, however, as I ended up in a suburban school district right at the start of my senior year due to a sudden change in family situation.)
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What's sad is that sometimes I'll go ahead and proofread my posts. Then for good measure, cut/paste them into a spell checker and still get a few grammatical/spelling errors.

What a loser.

decath



You're lucky your spell checker didn't change "quireboy" to "queerboy". <grin>
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What a loser.

At least you didn't spell it "looser."

--fleg



GEORGE: And then I hear this rabbi on television, I mean imagine.

ELAINE: I'm really sorry George, I, I, I wasn't jealous of you. It was just the whole marriage thing.

GEORGE: Ya know, I was just a little surprised.

JERRY: Why would anyone eat canned fruit? I mean can anybody answer that?

GEORGE: What about all the loser stuff?

ELAINE: I don't know where the rabbi got that. Ya know I never said that. I said "I've never seen you looser".
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You're lucky your spell checker didn't change "quireboy" to "queerboy". <grin>

I like how you don't take yourself so seriously. Have a rec.
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So man up, never admit a mistake, in particular an obvious one. - lowstudent

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"Never say you were wrong. It's a sign of weakness."

Jethro Gibbs, NCIS
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Hmmm, spelling advice from lowstudent. Though I think his are more fat-finger typing.

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Yeah, that and and a too lazy to proofread and you have the English teacher equivalent of a ham and Swiss sandwich to a Kosher Rabbi.

I hate to admit it, but a little lazy and an inattention to detail does make my posting style have some similarities to Obama's presidency. Fortunately I have smaller ears.
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I spelled the same word two different ways in the same essay. So? Thom Jefferson did, too.

Thom had an excuse -- no dictionaries.

--fleg
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No got that covered

You can get a signal in, but not emit.


BBBBUUUUUUUUZZZZZZZZZZZ!!!!!!!

Wrong answer, but thanks for playing.

So they can say, we need you hurry. But I can't ask any questions about the patient, many of which can be life and death. And I arrive to the OR totally unprepared instead of the staff getting things I'll need for this "oddball" case that had something seriously go wrong with aneshesia last time. So now its taking me 20-30 minutes to get this extra equipment and drugs together. And seconds count.

Tic, tic, tic, tic. Call the morgue for a special delivery.

JLC
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Thom had an excuse -- no dictionaries.
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Sure he did.

Dr. Johnson's "A Dictionary of the English Language" was published in 1755
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samuel_Johnson

arrete
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Sure he did.

Dr. Johnson's "A Dictionary of the English Language" was published in 1755


You can't prove that Jefferson had a copy. And even if he did, he would have stopped using it after the Boston Tea party for patriotic reasons.

--fleg
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You can't prove that Jefferson had a copy.
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Yes I can. It's number 13 in this search on Jefferson's personal library.
http://www.librarything.com/catalog/ThomasJefferson&deep...

Never challenge someone who did research for a living.

arrete
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You can't prove that Jefferson had a copy.
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Yes I can. It's number 13 in this search on Jefferson's personal library.


I suspect that his misspellings were a result of his use of the English-Dutch dictionary that's number 12 on the list.

--fleg
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You can't prove that Jefferson had a copy. And even if he did, he would have stopped using it after the Boston Tea party for patriotic reasons.

--fleg



Ha! What better way to rebel than to corrupt the King's English!
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I have both a friend and a son who are bicyclists. Both got hit by people talking on a cell phone in the past couple weeks. Luckily neither were injured. DS has decided not to bicycle to work anymore. Friend will keep bicycling, though he's had two incidents with vehicles in the past few years.

I also crashed my bicycle into a car that turned in front of me, though in that case a cell phone wasn't implicated (and I wasn't seriously injured).
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"I have both a friend and a son who are bicyclists. Both got hit by people talking on a cell phone in the past couple weeks. Luckily neither were injured. DS has decided not to bicycle to work anymore. Friend will keep bicycling, though he's had two incidents with vehicles in the past few years.

I also crashed my bicycle into a car that turned in front of me, though in that case a cell phone wasn't implicated (and I wasn't seriously injured)." - katinga


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My wife had a cousin that died in a bicycle accident a couple of years ago. He was about 49 years old, married with 5 kids. He was really into excersize and staying healthy and he bicycled for health. I think he was hit by a car. They lived just south of Memphis, TN in Mississippi.

Art
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