The Only ‘Real Man’

Commenting on Sarah On Their Minds,
Ethan Clarke says:
November 14, 2013 at 10:45 a.m.
In all likelyhood, Sarah Palin is the only “Real Man” running for anything.


Commenting on You Can’t Pray That Here,
TML says:
November 15, 2013 at 10:56 a.m.
I expect the SCOTUS will rule appropriately. The text is clear and simple, that a ‘separation of church and state’ in the Bill of Rights only involves a barrier for the Federal government in creating laws that ‘respect’, or favor, any single religion and thus serves as a barrier against an established theocracy. While at the same time, prayer in any sphere of government buildings or gatherings (even public schools) falls squarely under the freedom of religion clause, and cannot – even logically – be considered “endorsement of religion”. Even atheists understand that (whether they care or not is another matter, such as the fools who espouse Freedom ‘from’ Religion).


Commenting on GAO Finds TSA Profiling To Be Ineffective, Costly, Wasteful,
Warrior says:
November 15, 2013 at 7:11 a.m.
I could have taught this course for less than $1,000.00.Has a beard? – CheckName is Abdul? – CheckWears bedsheets? – Check

Bought a one-way ticket? – Check

Is not a US Citizen? – Check, Check and Check!

There, you are trained and BTW, your union dues are $95.00/month. Am I forgetting anything?

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