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Comment Re:Another terrible article courtesy of samzenpus (Score 2, Informative) 385

I'm sorry, I don't know who samzenpus is. All that I see is a legitimate article/headline that's getting bashed because of preconceived notions based on fear that somewhere some municipality might regulate how people dispose of their trash. I am libertarian/conservative, and I don't see the problem with local regulation of trash disposal.

Comment Re:Free market (Score 1) 257

Like a typical {political label goes here}, you only quoted the parts that backed up your ideology. The fact that Adam Smith understood the need for taxes and tarrifs fails to refute the parent's claim that he supported capitalism. Even "right wingers" understand the need for taxes, unless that are all out anarchists.

Comment Re:what a crock (Score 1) 265

the average time served for kidnapping is 52 months

I can only imagine that the average kidnapping involves a parent that lacks custody or something more mundane than what we are use to seeing on TV. The damage this guy did is likely more comparable to burning the whole building to the ground. Well... maybe that's taking it a bit far, but it serves my point.

Comment Re:Does that make Obama a "neocon"? (Score 1) 83

This isn't just about a single person or an isolated incident. The BLM has been rubbing locals the wrong way in Nevada for some time now. This includes events that lead to the local sheriff (Tony DeMeo) threatening to arrest BLM agents for illegal search and seizures against his constituents.

Comment Re:Does that make Obama a "neocon"? (Score 1) 83

4) "The people of the United States should be forbidden to have in their possession any firearms, or any other type of weapon. The possession of weapons can make it difficult to collect taxes and dues and supports rebellion."

Was it: A) FDR, B) Al Gore, C) Truman, or D) Harry Reid?

Toyotomi Hideyoshi was the closest one I could find for #4

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