Syrians Hate ISIS. What planet are you living on? ISIS is a bunch of mercenaries from abroad turned on Syria by Saudi Arabia and international corporate money interest. The Russians have pictures of ISIS stealing SYRIAN oil and transporting it to TURKEY.
It's not complicated. You turn them on each other and then steal their resources as they are no threat to you. -Standard Oil
Wake up JACKASS. Stop getting your news from the national enquirer. Or better yet start reading the national enquirer that way we can quickly and efficiently label off your jackass opinion when you start talking about "bat boy" You put the boy in bat boy didn't you?
John Byram loves his cup of hate in the morning.
What an EMBARRASSMENT to the United States of America. You are a joke, and people like you are what is attempting to destroy this country and make it another dictatorship.
Viva la revolution!
TELL THAT TO THE PEOPLE OF PARIS, PARTICULARLY THE ONES THAT SURVIVED, OR BETTER YET THE FAMLIES OF THE ONES THAT DIDN'T.WAKE UP SMELL THE DEATH THAT WILL COME TO US UNLESS WE FAIL TO TAKE ISIS'S PROMISES TO HEART, AND SNUFF THEM OUT, THE SUB HUMANS THAT THEY ARE.
You would know.
The ignorance is bliss.
Really Steve, after the charlie hebdo shooting and now the other attacks in Paris, you should rethink some of your opinions. Fellow cartoonists were killed because they used their skills.
Lindsey does not want WW3 but he has been outspoken in his belief that we need to destroy ISIS.
Vox is a shit website written by nimrods who were excused from every other respectable media organization on the internet. They're shills for neoliberal bullshit and Comcast....
Especially Comcast: http://fair.org/home/comcast-owned-vox-exp…
Vox had a interesting article claiming it's the Democrats who insist on these off year elections in order to purposely suppress the vote. Fewer voters means organized labor groups like teachers unions will have a larger impact on the outcome. If we voted for mayor on the same cycle as we vote for president, there would be much higher turnout but a more unpredictable outcome.
I'd be in it.
I'd be in it.
"Man, oh man, I would love to see a Stupid Parade. Hmm .... what would be in it?"
A big float of Bernie Sanders supporters
Man, oh man, I would love to see a Stupid Parade. Hmm .... what would be in it?
Look, Christmas accounts for anywhere from 15% - 28% of yearly retails sales, depending on which sector you look at.
If we don't want our fragile, late-capitalist, consumer-driven economy to collapse, we either need to make sure Christmas comes earlier and earlier each year or we have to figure out a way to commercialize Thanksgiving. One stupid parade won't cut it.
There has been some discussion of transit, but the candidates are going to talk about what the public talks to them about. If you aren't out there pounding on other issues, you'll hear about what other people talk about. The Car/traffic obsession is relentless outside the Peninsula. Evidently people who live there do little more than drive. Most of these areas have no room for more Asphalt and have to be looking at transit for improvements. However many of them will drive until the day their keys are taken away and they're transported to the nursing home because they can't drive any more. www.busec.org
Proven track records? What have you done in the past to improve the issues on traffic, flooding, etc.? If you piggyback on the success of Mayor Riley then you also have to bear the burden of the failures, your failures.
They are aquatic creatures trying to fit in with the natives that blame all their ills on people from OH that have, in their minds, ruined the Charleston they grew up in.
... Makes no sense to me!
can someone please explain this to me???? ohio caused the flood? four trunked elephants hate them? locals bring ham and liquor to other in times of need? seriously this is a piece of shit....and not artistic shit. more like, what the fuck? this is stupid, shit.
Now I guess I'll just leave this here, too
well we know it wasn't Herb. :)
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