May 2012

Privacy during web searches

If you would like to keep your web searches private try using Startpage

I found it easy to set as my default search engine in Chrome, Internet Explorer, and Firefox browsers.

Woman/Man Relations

Questions concerning woman/man relations might include (but are not limited to) these (please note that these are proposed questions for discussion, they are neither statements, rules nor opinions

Incest Revisited..

In discussing incest it would be well to start on common ground. These web sites provide information that might help in that regard:


Mr. Romney must be either deluded or dishonest about the economy. The so-called "liberal policies of the past", as he well knows, worked well (WPA, social security, etc.). It is the "conservative" policies of the past (lawless/deregulated business practices, top-end tax breaks, etc.) that have patently failed. The liberal pragmatism this President proposes, and that Republicans blindly obstruct, is incremental, balanced/fair and forward-looking.

Congress is pathetic

So the vote in the House was 163 in favor and 262 opposed for the Rohrabacher and Hinchey amendment that would have prevented the DOJ from expending any funds for the purpose of interfering with state medical marijuana operations.

A similar bill in 2006 lost 163 to 259.
In 2005, it was 162 to 264.
In 2003, it was 152 to 273. dwr

third party

Now we are talking about Romney's High school doings

Now the Dems want to talk about Romney's problems in 1965. Why dont we bring up about Obama's Drug problems he spoke about in his book. Or is that off limits? And where is his Former Pastor Rev.,Wright on Obama's love of same sex marriage. I read a high amount of blacks dont like same sex marriage.

Douche bag Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) filibustering the extension of low interest rates on student loans.

Senator Ron Johnson phone number is 202-224-5323

Thanks CREDO

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GOP Is Going To Pull A Reagan On Healthcare… I'll Explain

As more and more Republicans come out against the Senate GOP's so-called healthcare bill, is it even going to pass?

As the Senate Republicans move to delay a vote on their murderous healthcare bill, the White House says it's optimistic that changes will be made.

But will those be real changes?