This should make the libtards wet their bell bottoms . . .

Discussion in 'Politics' started by TGregg, May 18, 2010.

  1. TGregg



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  2. all that does is prove rednecks are alive and well in the south. a farmer running for public office. i wonder how big his welfare check is every year?
  3. Next they'll be floating that illegal immigrants are the reason for
    the disappearance of the middle class. Day traders preaching
    work ethic, what a joke.
  4. Lucrum


    Not unlike George Washington and James Madison.

    Oh the nerve of some people.
  5. Yannis


  6. Yannis


    Speaking Of Libtards

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    :) :) :)
  7. I see where fckbshites gets his motivation to rail, from characters not unlike the animations in those foot powder commercials.
  8. Since I live in Alabama he just might get my vote, however my first choice would be to eliminate the Fed Dept of agriculture altogether and all the other useless agencies too.
  9. Both of these presidents you mentioned were not farmers.

    Madison inherited a tobacco plantation but he was never a farmer, instead he studied law, became a lawyer and entered politics.

    Washington studied to be a surveyor. He later married into some property, but was actually appointed at the age of 20 to be a major in the Virginia militia. If he was ever a "planter", defined as some one who owned 20 or more slaves and worked the land, that wasn't really his occupation.
  10. #10     May 19, 2010