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  • Dear Alcohol, We had a deal where you would make me funnier, smarter and a better dancer...

    11/17/2012 7:53:01 PM PST · by Vendome · 55 replies
    Vanity for the heck of it.... | 11/17/2012 | Vendome
    I saw the video. We need to talk.....
  • No to Nukes: Nuclear power isn’t cost-effective, no matter how you do the math.

    06/27/2012 9:04:38 PM PDT · by neverdem · 100 replies
    Reason ^ | July 2012 | Veronique de Rugy
    When Barack Obama was just a baby, nuclear energy was touted as the technology that would finally provide pollution-free, limitless electricity for all. In its famous 1962 Port Huron Statement, the left-wing Students for a Democratic Society gushed about how “our monster cities…might now be humanized” thanks to nuclear power. Like so many predictions about the future, that one rather dramatically missed the mark. Surprising as it may seem, the United States still generates around 20 percent of its electricity from nuclear power plants. This despite the fact that no new facilities have been built since the notorious Three Mile...
  • Bush, Kerry and the "Values" Claim (Hardly worth the electric bill for a ZOT.)

    08/16/2004 8:16:34 AM PDT · by BUSHhaterface · 75 replies · 1,079+ views
    RanDeSign, S.P., Inc. | August 17, 2004 | Randall William Chettleburgh
    George W. Bush speaks for values. He speaks for family fidelity, personal responsibility, patriotism and spiritual devotion. John Kerry embodies values. He's faithful to his wife and loyal to his family. Would Kerry embrace Harry Truman's "The Buck Stops Here"? Yes, he accepts personal responsibility. Does Bush? Not entirely, remember Abu Graib and his resistence to set up a 9/11 Commission to find out the truth. His administration gave Congress a cost figure for Medicare prescription drugs which was 145 billion dollars lower than the real cost. He wanted the political credit for Medicare prescription drugs so badly that he...