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Posted 5/5/15
That one tall guy with brown hair.
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That Kim Jong Un dude seems like a real nice guy.

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Posted 5/5/15

cleruninja wrote:

Man, that's one tough question. It's almost as hard as trying to name my favorite disease.


Are they different questions?
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None. I really don't pay attention to politicians, and at best could just name the people who represent me in Washington (but not Sacramento).

They're all so boring and being in the bay area, there's seldom a reason for me to vote; it'll be blue anyway.
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cleruninja wrote:

Man, that's one tough question. It's almost as hard as trying to name my favorite disease.


Well said good sir. Well said.

But if i had to choose, I'd choose Teddy Roosevelt. A true man and true American.





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Theodore Roosevelt and George Washington.
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I dunno about that guy...something tells me this will be him in his 2nd term.


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Posted 5/5/15
Who repealed prohibition?

That guy
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I do like Jefferson.. The Virginia and Kentucky resolutions he made saved the first amendment from the Federalist Party. He also banned slavery with the North West Ordinance. He was a slave owning hypocrite who hated slavery... however, as a Virginia politician, he needed his slaves to have any relevance in the world he lived in. There's no way he could have done the things he did without any slaves, as he'd have to work on his own... Without him, and sadly his slaves, he would not have been able to ban slavery via the Northwest Ordinance.
Posted 5/5/15

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"POWARRRRR! UN-LIM-I-TED POWARRRRR!"

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Posted 5/5/15
Rand Paul

He does whatever the hell he wants
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Posted 5/6/15

eeejoah wrote:

Rand Paul

He does whatever the hell he wants


Just a suggestion:

Forget Rand Paul and get on Ernie Chambers.

He says whatever he wants and does whatever makes sense.

State government independent. You can't have him, he's ours. Unicameral's single saving grace.
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Posted 5/6/15

silversongwriter wrote:

Who repealed prohibition?

That guy


So Franklin Roosevelt his Uncle Teddy was also highly progressive starting the national parks system and breaking up the things like Standard Oil.

Right now I like several Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Al Franken is good as well, there are more but thats the short list. Each in their own right works for the American people not big business. The progressive caucus is what you want to look at it you want to see and support folks that will work for you and not for business. Granted there is some level of balance here but right now things are so out of balance it will take some fixing to get it back where it was decades ago.
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Posted 5/6/15
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All politicians are the same, if you don't believe me look at politicians across history then look at them now.
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