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Top Medicare billers are huge Democrat donors. Dr. Salomon Mengen, who raked in $21 million in Medicare reimbursements in 2012, gave 700k to Harry Reid's favorite super pac; which in turn funneled 600k into the campaign to re-elect liberal Senator Robert Menendez. And let's not forget Michael Bloomberg's 6-figure contribution that helped Colorado gun-controllers outspend their pro-2A opponents by better than five to one last year. One wonders if our liberal friends object to that kind of support for their favorite candidates/causes. If not, why?
The caterwauling over Dan Shores can be boiled down to one admonition: Don't feed the trolls.
I've had Zirkel for nearly a decade. Only one brief outage in all that time, the result of a lightning strike on one of their sites.
One wonders how former state senators John Morse and Angela Giron could possibly have become Colorado's first ever recalled state legislators. They and their gun-control cohorts like Michael Bloomberg outspent the recall effort by nearly six to one. How is it that the recallers weren't rendered "mute" under the weight of that disparity, Lynn?
Corruption and power = moths & flames. That lefties like Lynn are bellyaching about McCutcheon is nothing more than theater. There is no shortage of megarich kingmakers on both sides who are salivating at the prospect of throwing even more dollars into the cauldron. When it comes to impeding the mischief makers, the best first step would be to limit the power of elected officials and of government itself. Which would obviously not end corruption; the most cynical (& probably realistic) evaluation is that it would make corruption more challenging in the public arena and less so in the private sphere. So the question becomes which is worse - public or private corruption. The undeniable answer is the former, since government is so much more immense, powerful, centralized and arbitrary.
Many concealed carry instructors offer free training for teachers. Another option to consider.
The Coffee Party is an anemic 'me too' attempt to ride the groundswell of activism that became the Tea Party. Founded by liberal Obama volunteer Annabel Park, who wailed (with a straight face) that the media was too supportive of the Tea Party. I believe it was Goebbels who famously asserted the utility of lying - when proclaimed loud enough and long enough, the sheeple will accept it as truth.
Here's Ms. Park & company a few years ago, gathered together for a mutual back rub. I'm especially impressed with the dude who says he's there for "empathy, collective consciousness, and progress." I suspect he would have been equally at home with these clowns.
Unlike you, Dan, I don't moan and complain if a conversation gets acerbic. I'm a big lad and can handle any pitch you have, including the vaseline covered spitballs. You're the one playing hall monitor while engaging in precisely the same behavior you condemn in others. And you justify your hypocrisy with the most juvenile 'bbbut he started it' jive I've ever heard beyond the boundaries of a 3rd grade playground. So not only are you a simpering hypocrite of the first magnitude, you're a whiny and childish one too.
Now that's a personal attack, in case you were wondering,
An interesting feddish [sic], to be sure. Interesting too, that the "feddish [sic]" remark, wherein Mr. Shores insinuates that another poster here must be gay (because that's the kind of sophomoric ad hominem taunting the left regards as Enlightened) has been nuked by the Pilot as a policy violation, whilst Mr. Shores goes on to wail about the iniquity of posting a "personal attack."
Hypocrite much, Mr. Shores?
I might buy the more enlightened jive if he knew how to spell 'fetish.' Has anyone ever seen Dan Shores and Dan Quayle in the same place at the same time?
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