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  1. cmh6476

    Mila Kunis cake

    I'd lick megs bunghole
  2. cmh6476

    Dems taking out their own

    Investing tons of resources by their own party to defeat incumbents. That's a sound policy for taking control of the house or Senate? Come on.
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    Dems taking out their own

    I think this year is an outlier. This year is a vote for or against Trump, or the crap we are seeing from the vocal minority. I'm saying in a non-presidential year. Republicans still control the White House and the Senate, at least until the new Congress is sworn in. I think people are tired of the ultra conservative, and uber-liberal candidates that keep winning primaries. If the public saw more common-sense, middle ground folk emerge from either party I think you'd see a landslide for the party which could figure out how to get these candidates to win their primary elections.
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    Dems taking out their own

    Maybe this is news, maybe it isn't. St. Louis is on the other side of the state so I only know little about longtime Congressman Lacy Clay, but AOC came in and did a fundraiser against a tenured, Black MOC and they successfully defeated him in the primary earlier this month. They claimed Congressman Clay was "too conservative". https://www.npr.org/2020/08/05/898991278/progressive-activist-cori-bush-projected-to-oust-longtime-missouri-rep-lacy-clay Maybe it's just me, but perhaps the Democrats would have more success if they got back to some of their middle ground, conservative policies. My great-grandparents and grandparents grew up as what we knew as "Truman Democrats" here in Missouri, which seemed to lean social moderate and fiscally conservative. The Dems seem to be shooting themselves in the foot when they go up against their own. IMO they'd be better off investing their resources in fighting for Senate seats they can turn, and House seats they can retain rather than focusing energy on replacing their own with candidates who are only going to more difficult for GOP members to work with. Again, this is simply one casual observers opinion here and nothing more.
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    cmh is slipping...

    4 more years
  6. "She was an angel" 2-yr old killed in Sunday drive-by
  7. it was the chiefs who did it, and karma landed us matt cassel
  8. cmh6476

    3 gorges dam "deformed" by floods.

    I would like to hear from secret Asian man
  9. I was done in time for lunch. And part of me is glad it was this hearing today getting attention from the geeks, and not one from T&I
  10. cmh6476

    Congress is a focking disgrace

    I'm upset CSPAN chose to air this rather than my hearing.
  11. I actually grabbed the wrong sport coat for the suit pants
  12. I'm all set; written testimony submitted and event is on the committee's website: https://transportation.house.gov/committee-activity/hearings/experiences-of-vulnerable-populations-during-disaster 9 am Central Tuesday if anyone cares. They changed their mind and I'm not doing it in person, but will be a virtual testimony. I get 5 minutes to speak then they get to grill me. Wish me luck.
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