Jul 26, 2012

Some stories you might have missed this week, like Romney's VEEP.

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British not impressed with Mitt Romney who went to London and got off on the wrong foot... after he took it out of his mouth.


More on Romney, being compared to Sarah Palin



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 Romney's handlers phony up a video by clever, inaccurate editing

Mitt Romney NAACP Speech Edited To Appear He Was Applauded, Not Booed (VIDEO, PHOTOS - see for yourself!)




Bernie Sanders Exposes the 26 Billionaires who are Buying the 2012 Election   And the winners are...





  Republican on banning high capacity magazines.

Ron Johnson
WASHINGTON -- Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) drew a fairly strict line in the sand on Sunday with respect to the coming debate over gun control, suggesting that there is a constitutional right to buy high-capacity clips and magazines.

"Does something that would limit magazines that could carry 100 rounds, would that infringe on the constitutional right?" host Chris Wallace asked Johnson on "Fox News Sunday."

"I believe so," Johnson replied. "People will talk about unusually lethal weapons, that could be potentially a discussion you could have. But the fact of the matter is there are 30-round magazines that are just common all over the place. You simply can't keep these weapons out of the hands of sick, demented individuals who want to do harm. And when you try and do it, you restrict our freedom."

High-capacity magazines were banned under the Federal Assault Weapons Ban, which President Bill Clinton signed into law in 1994 and which expired 10 years later. Since then, gun control advocates have focused their attention on them in their efforts to curb gun-related violence.

It's common knowledge that most Congressmen won't touch gun control-- even if reasonable on the deadliest mass assault weapons, fearing the power of the NRA to get them thrown out of office.

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Radioman KansaSitty Wonder if the right intends to take the country by force if lying and stealing doesn't work?

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GOP Dirty Trick:  Pennsylvania Voter ID Law Trial Set To Begin As State Concedes It Has No Proof Of In-Person Voter Fraud.    More...

Maybe these state voter photo ID laws should be declared unconstitutional this summer because they're obviously a scam to keep probable democrat voters from voting. 

But maybe Republicans too!  Trial starts today (Thursday) 

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"Our economy isn't built from the top-down, it's built from a strong and growing middle class, and that's who we should be fighting for."

Middle-Class Tax Cuts Preserved For A Year In Bill Passed By Senate

But it'll never see the light of day coming out of the Republican House...and it may not pass Constitutional muster since the tax bill didn't originate in the House.  More from Huffington post. 


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Racial Tensions and Questionable Killings by Police in Anaheim: 9 Things You Should Know

It’s best-known as "happiest place on Earth.” But just four miles away from Disneyland, a cloud of tear gas and public outrage has swept over Anaheim.   More on this as you might wonder why dumb, young parents would bring their children to a police confrontation!

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Don't joke about hijacking at airports, don't joke about shootings in theaters!

 At least 3 men accused of making threats during or after watching the new Batman movie have been arrested in separate incidents, underscoring moviegoers' anxieties and heightened security in the wake of a deadly mass shooting at a Colorado theater showing the film.

Details on the nutcases who got themselves arrested by their big mouths. 


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The Syrian regime threatened to use chemical and biological weapons in the case of an external attack yesterday, in what appeared to be a chilling warning to Western and Arab nations pushing for intervention in the country's bloody civil war. 


The comments by a foreign ministry spokesman, Jihad Makdissi, were the first public admission by the Syrian government that it possesses such weapons of mass destruction. Mr Makdissi stressed that such weaponry would not be used against the Syrian people.
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 On the question of 'ANARCHISTS' taking over the Occupy movement which essentially destroyed it, alienating the real 99% of us....most of the country.


RadiomanKC: Well, confused and rebellious young people apparently think it's trendy to define themselves in political terms. Turns the focus away from their OWN suffering by giving it a political label as if their confusion was actually a political CHOICE. I think they need to STFU, learn some stuff they don't know, and suffer until they FIX IT.....NOT distract the REST of us from what we have to do... which is to rid the country of corporate Republicans trying to buy our democracy right out from under us!

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13 people died when a Ford pickup with 23 illegals loaded inside the truck's cab and bed veered off of the right side of the highway and crashed into two large trees.

Radioman's commentNot sad. Utter stupidity. In a planet of 6 Billion people, that kind of dumb stuff is going to happen with some frequency.   Let's not get too arrogant when we think we're smarter than that. For we will do stupid things as nations on a much larger scale.  We call it "war" and we're very patriotic about our surrogates who are conducting it.

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