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Veritas Aequitas
11-08-2012, 01:52 AM
“After we win this election, it’s our turn. Payback time. Everyone not with us is against us and they better be ready because we don’t forget. The ones who helped us will be rewarded, the ones who opposed us will get what they deserve. There is going to be hell to pay. Congress won’t be a problem for us this time. No election to worry about after this is over and we have two judges ready to go.”

Rockntractor
11-08-2012, 02:20 AM
Yep we'll sit this one out, don't like Romney I'll vote for the retard turd party candidate instead, fuck this country I got me ideals to hold up.
Eat your ideals and I hope your children and grandchildren know exactly what you did with your vote this election while they are paying off the debt you left behind because of your selfish ideals .
There are people here that make me sick.

txradioguy
11-08-2012, 05:36 AM
There are people here that make me sick.

Yup and they think WE are the idiots. :rolleyes:

noonwitch
11-08-2012, 10:21 AM
Reward your friends, punish your enemies, isn't this typical political crap? I'm sure Lee Atwater and Karl Rove, among hundreds of other pundits in history, have made similar comments in the past.

Rockntractor
11-08-2012, 10:33 AM
Reward your friends, punish your enemies, isn't this typical political crap? I'm sure Lee Atwater and Karl Rove, among hundreds of other pundits in history, have made similar comments in the past.

Yes political crap this time on steroids, before this next 4 years are up, you will be right beside us in opposition to this government, you're a good person.

Odysseus
11-08-2012, 10:34 AM
Reward your friends, punish your enemies, isn't this typical political crap? I'm sure Lee Atwater and Karl Rove, among hundreds of other pundits in history, have made similar comments in the past.

Atwater and Rove didn't have the kind of power that Jarrett has.



After Obama's inauguration in January 2009, Jarrett successfully pushed to loosen restrictions (http://www.nytimes.com/2009/07/26/magazine/26jarrett-t.html?pagewanted=7&_r=1) barring government officials from meeting with lobbyists, a rule enshrined in Obama’s executive memo on the Recovery Act, for fear that other “legitimate” concerns – raised by “civil rights organizations whose directors happen to be registered lobbyists – will not be heard.”

Without Jarrett’s patronage, the self-identified communist revolutionary Van Jones (http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/individualProfile.asp?indid=2406) would not have gotten his appointment as the Obama administration's Green Jobs Czar in March 2009. A White House official told (http://www.politico.com/blogs/bensmith/0909/Vetting_Jones.html) Politico that Jones “did not go through the traditional vetting process”; instead, Jarrett interviewed (http://spectator.org/archives/2009/09/08/valerie-jarretts-show) Jones, a signal that she pushed for his appointment. Jarrett gushed (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ud_yNFnfrSI) to theNetroots (http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/groupProfile.asp?grpid=7372) Nation conference:

“We were so delighted to be able to recruit him [Van Jones] into the White House. We were watching him…for as long as he’s been active out in Oakland. And all the creative ideas he has. And so now, we have captured that, and we have all that energy in the White House.”In early 2009 Jarrett lobbied President Obama to create the office of Chief Diversity Officer within the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), a position filled soon thereafter by Mark Lloyd (http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/individualProfile.asp?indid=2411), an Alinsky (http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/individualProfile.asp?indid=2314)ite and a former senior fellow at the Center for American Progress (http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/groupProfile.asp?grpid=6709).

Jarrett also helped recruit Obama's Regulatory Czar, Cass Sunstein (http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/individualProfile.asp?indid=2422), who supports the Fairness Doctrine (http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/viewSubCategory.asp?id=557), has argued that Americans should “celebrate tax day,” (http://www.capitalresearch.org/blog/2009/04/30/stopping-sunstein/) and believes that animals should have legal standing to sue humans (http://www.weeklystandard.com/Content/Public/Articles/000/000/016/726xtosv.asp).

Moreover, Jarrett's office approved the September 2009 invitation of Jameel Jaffer to a White House Ramadan dinner. Jaffer runs the ACLU (http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/groupProfile.asp?grpid=6145)'s "national security project." According to The American Spectator (http://spectator.org/archives/2009/09/08/valerie-jarretts-show):

"Jaffer is a cause célèbre (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gDu3zM2cCeE) to the far left for his career of litigating against the United States in support of terrorists and radical Islamists, and has proudly touted (http://muslimmedianetwork.com/mmn/?p=3812&wscr=1024x640) his awards from groups like CAIR (http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/groupProfile.asp?grpid=6176).

"'We had other names on the list for invitations, but Jarrett's office wanted Jaffer in the room. We were told it was important,' says a White House source. 'It was made clear that his presence was something senior folks here wanted to happen.'

"Jaffer has filed lawsuits challenging the FBI's 'national security letter' authority [and] the constitutionality of warrantless wiretaps. [He] has been a leader in pushing for the shut down of Guantánamo Bay (http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/guideDesc.asp?catid=135&type=issue), and providing legal rights to terrorists held by the United States overseas in such countries as Iraq and Afghanistan. His efforts enabled the leaking of 'torture photos' out of Iraq and Afghanistan, and some sources inside the Central Intelligence Agency believe he was one of the lawyers who provided legal advice to the Department of Justice to pursue an investigation into enhanced interrogation techniques used by the CIA."In September 2011, Jarrett said (http://hotair.com/archives/2011/09/29/obama-senior-adviser-valerie-jarrett-government-is-supposed-to-lift-people-out-of-poverty/) the following about what she viewed as the proper role of government: “We have to give people a livelihood so they can provide for their families.... His [President Obama's] is a moral vision. It's a vision based very deeply in values and taking care of 'the least of these.' And making sure that we are creating a country that's a country for everybody, not just for the very, very wealthy. We are working hard to lift people out of poverty and give them a better life, a footing, and that’s what government is supposed to do.”

In his 2012 book, Leading From Behind, author Richard Miniter reveals (http://spectator.org/archives/2012/08/03/all-in-the-political-family) that Jarrett, prior to the May 2011 U.S. killing of Osama bin Laden, had repeatedly urged President Obama not to take out the al Qaeda leader, prompting Obama to cancel the mission on three separate occasions.

A September 2012 article about Jarrett described (http://www.nytimes.com/2012/09/02/us/politics/valerie-jarrett-is-the-other-power-in-the-west-wing.html?pagewanted=print) her as “the only staff member who regularly follows the president home from the West Wing to the residence, a practice that has earned her the nickname ‘the Night Stalker.’” The article further identified Jarrett as the person responsible for a number of controversial Obama administration policy decisions, including the healthcare-reform bill's call for an insurance mandate (http://townhall.com/columnists/michellemalkin/2012/02/01/first_they_came_for_the_catholics) for contraceptives, abortifacients, and sterilization procedures; President Obama's decision to sue the state of Arizona (http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/viewSubCategory.asp?id=1215) for its immigration-enforcement statute (SB-1020); and the president's decision to allow (http://dailycaller.com/2012/06/15/rep-steve-king-to-sue-obama-administration-over-new-immigration-policy/) illegal immigrants to apply for work permits.


She is much more dangerous than Rove or Atwater ever were, or wanted to be.

Starbuck
11-08-2012, 12:36 PM
Reward your friends, punish your enemies, isn't this typical political crap? I'm sure Lee Atwater and Karl Rove, among hundreds of other pundits in history, have made similar comments in the past.

Find them for us.

Generation Why?
11-08-2012, 02:15 PM
Yep we'll sit this one out, don't like Romney I'll vote for the retard turd party candidate instead, fuck this country I got me ideals to hold up.
Eat your ideals and I hope your children and grandchildren know exactly what you did with your vote this election while they are paying off the debt you left behind because of your selfish ideals .
There are people here that make me sick.

My ideals are those outlined in the Constitution and the ideals of the Founders. It's not being selfish or self-righteous. My children will know one day that I voted for a truly limited government that doesn't go around bullying the rest of the world into doing that which our masters in Washington want. Also, Valerie Jarret is a bitch.

Starbuck
11-08-2012, 02:50 PM
“After we win this election, it’s our turn. Payback time. Everyone not with us is against us and they better be ready because we don’t forget. The ones who helped us will be rewarded, the ones who opposed us will get what they deserve. There is going to be hell to pay. Congress won’t be a problem for us this time. No election to worry about after this is over and we have two judges ready to go.”

Chilling is the right word, and Jarrett has shown herself to be a pandering asshole in the past. She has even been called the most dangerous woman in America.

But I can't find where she actually said the above. Do you have any sort of link?

Rockntractor
11-08-2012, 02:53 PM
But I can't find where she actually said the above. Do you have any sort of link?

Good point, I'm slipping.

Rockntractor
11-08-2012, 03:00 PM
Chilling is the right word, and Jarrett has shown herself to be a pandering asshole in the past. She has even been called the most dangerous woman in America.

But I can't find where she actually said the above. Do you have any sort of link?

http://www.phillyburbs.com/blogs/jersey_tea/should-we-be-worried-about-a-second-term-for-obama/article_d52e92d3-5ee4-5fd1-b8e8-7fc3065696e6.html

Generation Why?
11-08-2012, 03:02 PM
You are a joke.

Forgive me for disagreeing with you and the views of our Party platform. You cannot say on one hand that you don't want to give handouts such as welfare and then turn around and ask me to support the Party because of a letter next to my name. Maybe when we elect a Republican in 2016 and notice that nothing changes by 2020 you will see. Until then, I won't hold my breath.

Rockntractor
11-08-2012, 03:05 PM
Forgive me for disagreeing with you and the views of our Party platform. You cannot say on one hand that you don't want to give handouts such as welfare and then turn around and ask me to support the Party because of a letter next to my name. Maybe when we elect a Republican in 2016 and notice that nothing changes by 2020 you will see. Until then, I won't hold my breath.

I forgive you for disagreeing but not for the support that you gave Obama, you have no remorse for that.

Generation Why?
11-08-2012, 03:09 PM
I forgive you for disagreeing but not for the support that you gave Obama, you have no remorse for that.

Now now, Rock. You and I both know I did not vote for the President.

Rockntractor
11-08-2012, 03:10 PM
Now now, Rock. You and I both know I did not vote for the President.

Who did you vote for?

Generation Why?
11-08-2012, 03:11 PM
Who did you vote for?

Gary Johnson. In North Carolina.

Rockntractor
11-08-2012, 03:14 PM
Gary Johnson. In North Carolina.

I thought you said you didn't vote for Obama? The advance of Marxism thanks you, the constitution not so much.

Starbuck
11-08-2012, 03:35 PM
http://www.phillyburbs.com/blogs/jersey_tea/should-we-be-worried-about-a-second-term-for-obama/article_d52e92d3-5ee4-5fd1-b8e8-7fc3065696e6.html

Yeah, I can find that sort of link, and I don't want to throw rocks at any particular news source, it's just that, so far, I can't find any reputable source of information. You know; when she said it, where she was , etc....

txradioguy
11-08-2012, 03:35 PM
My ideals are those outlined in the Constitution and the ideals of the Founders. It's not being selfish or self-righteous. My children will know one day that I voted for a truly limited government that doesn't go around bullying the rest of the world into doing that which our masters in Washington want. Also, Valerie Jarret is a bitch.


*cough* bullshit *cough*

txradioguy
11-08-2012, 03:36 PM
Gary Johnson. In North Carolina.

Idiot.

noonwitch
11-08-2012, 04:04 PM
Find them for us.


"Like a good general, I had treated everyone who wasn't with me as against me".

Lee Atwater, reflecting on his mistakes in life after learning he was dying of a brain tumor.

That's the best I can do on limited time. Rove and Atwater have been quoted a great deal.

noonwitch
11-08-2012, 04:20 PM
Yes political crap this time on steroids, before this next 4 years are up, you will be right beside us in opposition to this government, you're a good person.



Thank you for the compliment.


You should see some of the insanity that was posted at The Blaze. If I were Beck, I'd purge it. One poster referred to white women who voted for Obama as "traitors to their race".

There may be posters here who call me a traitor to my country, and although it's not true, I don't find that to be a scary comment. "Traitors to their race" makes me think of the "Run Like Hell" scene from the movie version of Pink Floyd The Wall. It's the way Klan members talk.

Starbuck
11-08-2012, 04:28 PM
"Like a good general, I had treated everyone who wasn't with me as against me".

Lee Atwater, reflecting on his mistakes in life after learning he was dying of a brain tumor.

That's the best I can do on limited time. Rove and Atwater have been quoted a great deal.

Now, surely. You can't quote someone reflecting on life's mistakes and who has been dead 20 years in the same category as someone who has announced her intention to get even.

To be fair, though, I am doubting that Jarrett ever said what we are discussing. She did say this, however:
"Our whole philosophy is one of transparency." That's pretty funny!:biggrin-new:

Rockntractor
11-08-2012, 04:33 PM
Thank you for the compliment.


You should see some of the insanity that was posted at The Blaze. If I were Beck, I'd purge it. One poster referred to white women who voted for Obama as "traitors to their race".

There may be posters here who call me a traitor to my country, and although it's not true, I don't find that to be a scary comment. "Traitors to their race" makes me think of the "Run Like Hell" scene from the movie version of Pink Floyd The Wall. It's the way Klan members talk.

The don't police the comments well on either one of his sites, it is always open season from both sides of the isle.

Generation Why?
11-08-2012, 05:09 PM
I thought you said you didn't vote for Obama? The advance of Marxism thanks you, the constitution not so much.

1. A vote for Gary Johnson is a vote for Gary Johnson.
2. Romney won North Carolina so I didn't really do much damage to your candidate.
3. I hate Marxism.
4. This whole "A vote for anyone other than Romney is a vote for Obama" is truly petty and childish.

Rockntractor
11-08-2012, 05:15 PM
1. A vote for Gary Johnson is a vote for Gary Johnson.
2. Romney won North Carolina so I didn't really do much damage to your candidate.
3. I hate Marxism.
4. This whole "A vote for anyone other than Romney is a vote for Obama" is truly petty and childish.

You support communism, it is still a free country and that is your choice.

txradioguy
11-09-2012, 03:04 AM
1. A vote for Gary Johnson is a vote for Gary Johnson.

You threw away your vote and helped get Obama re-elected.


2. Romney won North Carolina so I didn't really do much damage to your candidate.

Every vote counts against the cut throats in the DNC. And you left people hung out to dry.


3. I hate Marxism.

Then why did you help get Obama re-elected? You just helped this country get four more years of what you claim to despise.


4. This whole "A vote for anyone other than Romney is a vote for Obama" is truly petty and childish.

Did your vote help Romney? No? Then there's your answer.

Cool story bro

AmPat
11-09-2012, 10:37 AM
“After we win this election, it’s our turn. Payback time. Everyone not with us is against us and they better be ready because we don’t forget. The ones who helped us will be rewarded, the ones who opposed us will get what they deserve. There is going to be hell to pay. Congress won’t be a problem for us this time. No election to worry about after this is over and we have two judges ready to go.”

I'll save some ammo for you. Just remember who made the first threat dipshit.

Odysseus
11-09-2012, 11:38 AM
1. A vote for Gary Johnson is a vote for Gary Johnson.
2. Romney won North Carolina so I didn't really do much damage to your candidate.
3. I hate Marxism.
4. This whole "A vote for anyone other than Romney is a vote for Obama" is truly petty and childish.

This time around, Johnson's totals do not appear to have been greater than the margins by which Obama beat Romney, although I haven't seen all of the numbers. So, you have managed to piss your vote away without making any impact. You didn't deny the White House to a RINO, nor did you impress Obama. You sent a clear message, and that message is, "I'm more concerned with sending a message than I am in facilitating the running of the government." You have taken apathy and petulance and made them into a virtue. Well done. :rolleyes:

noonwitch
11-09-2012, 02:53 PM
1. A vote for Gary Johnson is a vote for Gary Johnson.
2. Romney won North Carolina so I didn't really do much damage to your candidate.
3. I hate Marxism.
4. This whole "A vote for anyone other than Romney is a vote for Obama" is truly petty and childish.



Back in 1980, before I was old enough to vote (16), but old enough to care about elections, there was a third party candidate-John Anderson. He was a liberal republican who didn't like Reagan's uber conservatism.

My teachers all told us that anyone who voted for Anderson was voting for Reagan. Even then, I thought that was wrong. You vote for who you want to be President.


I understand the argument and the truth in it. But still, the American principle is that you vote for who you want to serve.

Rockntractor
11-09-2012, 03:03 PM
Forgive me for disagreeing with you and the views of our Party platform. You cannot say on one hand that you don't want to give handouts such as welfare and then turn around and ask me to support the Party because of a letter next to my name. Maybe when we elect a Republican in 2016 and notice that nothing changes by 2020 you will see. Until then, I won't hold my breath.

It doesn't matter it didn't matter anymore election day and it won't matter in 2016.
I still think what you did was wrong but it really doesn't matter, we are a decade to late.

txradioguy
11-10-2012, 04:56 AM
After this thing with General Petraeus...anyone still think what Jarrett said was nonsense?

SaintLouieWoman
11-12-2012, 03:14 PM
After this thing with General Petraeus...anyone still think what Jarrett said was nonsense?
No thinking person would. We need to take these people at their word. Yes, they will do anything to maintain power and to push their agenda. If a 4 star general needs to be silenced before the hearing into Behghazi, done.

Elspeth
11-12-2012, 05:28 PM
To be fair, though, I am doubting that Jarrett ever said what we are discussing. She did say this, however:
"Our whole philosophy is one of transparency." That's pretty funny!:biggrin-new:

You're assuming she was referring to her transparency to us and not the other way around.

Generation Why?
11-13-2012, 02:21 PM
You threw away your vote and helped get Obama re-elected.

Romney won North Carolina handily. I did not hurt him in any way, shape, or form.



Every vote counts against the cut throats in the DNC. And you left people hung out to dry.

Who did I leave out to dry? Those who want more war and debt?



Then why did you help get Obama re-elected? You just helped this country get four more years of what you claim to despise.

See point 1.



Did your vote help Romney? No? Then there's your answer.

Cool story bro

It's like talking to a piece of toast with you. Your ignorance forbids you from looking at anything without that Bush "With us or against us" mentality. I am not with or against anybody. I simply voted for the candidate I wanted to win. It wasn't a protest vote. It wasn't an attempt to feel self-righteous and take a shot at the man, if you will. It was a vote for the person I think best exemplifies what America is about and the person who could preside over this country best. And it definitely wasn't out of apathy. Anyone who voted for "Anyone but Obama" voted with apathy.

Odysseus
11-13-2012, 03:08 PM
Who did I leave out to dry? Those who want more war and debt?

Idiots invariably equate readiness for war with wanting war, but the opposite is true. The only way to guarantee more war is to demonstrate that you aren't prepared to fight. Weakness invites aggression, strength deters it. The cuts that Obama is going to impose on the military will demonstrate to our enemies that we lack the will to fight them, which will encourage them.

As for the debt, it rose slightly under Bush and a Republican congress, much faster under Bush and a Democratic congress, and metastasized under Obama and a Democratic congress. With a newly empowered Obama and a neutered Republican majority, we can pretty much guarantee more debt than we would have had under a Romney/Republican house and senate. You threw away your vote on someone who could not win, in order to send a message. We got your message. You don't have a clue.

NJCardFan
11-13-2012, 03:23 PM
Romney won North Carolina handily. I did not hurt him in any way, shape, or form.






True, but in other places like Florida, Virginia, and Ohio, voting for Johnson or not voting at all tipped the scales in Obama's favor. You can give yourself a pat on the back all you like but those who thought like you do could possibly have doomed this country to decades of economic uncertainty. Bully for you. Sleep well.

Generation Why?
11-13-2012, 03:25 PM
Idiots invariably equate readiness for war with wanting war, but the opposite is true. The only way to guarantee more war is to demonstrate that you aren't prepared to fight. Weakness invites aggression, strength deters it. The cuts that Obama is going to impose on the military will demonstrate to our enemies that we lack the will to fight them, which will encourage them.

As for the debt, it rose slightly under Bush and a Republican congress, much faster under Bush and a Democratic congress, and metastasized under Obama and a Democratic congress. With a newly empowered Obama and a neutered Republican majority, we can pretty much guarantee more debt than we would have had under a Romney/Republican house and senate. You threw away your vote on someone who could not win, in order to send a message. We got your message. You don't have a clue.

It wasn't to send a message. And I am all for a strong and powerful military ready to defend the country. But I don't want to bang the war drums for another 10 years fighting an ideology that will never be defeated. Maybe it is you who doesn't have a clue.

NJCardFan
11-13-2012, 03:27 PM
It wasn't to send a message. And I am all for a strong and powerful military ready to defend the country. But I don't want to bang the war drums for another 10 years fighting an ideology that will never be defeated. Maybe it is you who doesn't have a clue.

Um, Ody is a Lt. Colonel in the U.S. Army. Exactly what are your qualifications to comment on such things?

Rockntractor
11-13-2012, 03:28 PM
True, but in other places like Florida, Virginia, and Ohio, voting for Johnson or not voting at all tipped the scales in Obama's favor. You can give yourself a pat on the back all you like but those who thought like you do could possibly have doomed this country to decades of economic uncertainty. Bully for you. Sleep well.

Also GenwhyamI didn't know the outcome of the election at the time, his intent was to try to throw North Carolina to Obama so he could voice his childish whine.

Generation Why?
11-13-2012, 03:29 PM
True, but in other places like Florida, Virginia, and Ohio, voting for Johnson or not voting at all tipped the scales in Obama's favor. You can give yourself a pat on the back all you like but those who thought like you do could possibly have doomed this country to decades of economic uncertainty. Bully for you. Sleep well.

Well I'm not registered to vote in those states. Maybe one day I will give myself a pat on the back but not for voting my conscience. That sounds like common sense to me.

Rockntractor
11-13-2012, 03:38 PM
Well I'm not registered to vote in those states. Maybe one day I will give myself a pat on the back but not for voting my conscience. That sounds like common sense to me.

Kid you haven't got a clue, just join up with the libs, it's in style now anyway.

txradioguy
11-13-2012, 03:46 PM
Um, Ody is a Lt. Colonel in the U.S. Army. Exactly what are your qualifications to comment on such things?

IRRC he's a D.A.P (dumb ass private) who thinks he's seen it all from his barracks room at Ft. Lewis.

In his world he's seen more than a LTC (Ody) and a Sr. NCO (me) and therefore he's wayyyy smarter about the military and why and where we're doing what we're doing.

Generation Why?
11-13-2012, 04:57 PM
Also GenwhyamI didn't know the outcome of the election at the time, his intent was to try to throw North Carolina to Obama so he could voice his childish whine.

Damn you figured me out...

Generation Why?
11-13-2012, 05:02 PM
IRRC he's a D.A.P (dumb ass private) who thinks he's seen it all from his barracks room at Ft. Lewis.

In his world he's seen more than a LTC (Ody) and a Sr. NCO (me) and therefore he's wayyyy smarter about the military and why and where we're doing what we're doing.

Last I checked I wasn't a Private. And no I haven't deployed as many times as you or Ody but that doesn't mean you necessarily know better about anything in particular. I do, however, think I am right on some things and you are wrong on some things. Also, I haven't been at Lewis too long. My barracks room is pretty nice, though. Thank you for your concern in my well being.

Rockntractor
11-13-2012, 05:05 PM
Damn you figured me out...

By the time you figure yourself out it will be way to late, my politics made no sense at your age either.
I was a mix of liberal with conservatism just like you, it is like mixing oil and water, it doesn't work well.
You don't have the luxury of time to finish growing up, so why don't you just do it now.

Generation Why?
11-13-2012, 05:10 PM
By the time you figure yourself out it will be way to late, my politics made no sense at your age either.
I was a mix of liberal with conservatism just like you, it is like mixing oil and water, it doesn't work well.
You don't have the luxury of time to finish growing up, so why don't you just do it now.

What I have is a case of Classic Liberalism combined with Responsible Spending. And I would think I am pretty mature for my age.

Generation Why?
11-13-2012, 05:14 PM
Kid you haven't got a clue, just join up with the libs, it's in style now anyway.

But I don't like wealth redistribution. At the same time I don't like unnecessary spending and constantly being at war. Surely you can see my dilemma.

Rockntractor
11-13-2012, 05:48 PM
I would think I am pretty mature for my age.

Yeah you are mostly by yourself with that conclusion. Like I said, you don't have much time. , most of us had years to develop our philosophies but you do not, it isn't fair but it is what it is.

BadCat
11-13-2012, 07:19 PM
Gary Johnson. In North Carolina.

So am I.
We probably should never meet.

Generation Why?
11-13-2012, 07:45 PM
So am I.
We probably should never meet.

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