Jan 30th 2011 4:23PM"In any case, it would have been rather amusing had she been allowed to make the speech. I have a sneaky suspicion she would've been, at the very least, snickered at... at the most, laughed off stage. Judging from the PSA and having heard her speak (or try to) on TV and such, her biggest challenge is parlaying a thought into a coherent sentence. I'm thinking a GED and college might help fix that, poor girl. "
There you go, you couldn't have asked for a better way to show what a liberal is all about. Thank you, see you teach others about making mistakes too. You may have just shown some other young adult why they would never want to be a liberal. Good job.
Jan 30th 2011 4:21PMOr like the liberal democrat robert byrd, yeah nothing like a double standard in the liberal's word. And what's so hypocritical about someone talking to others about the mistakes they've made in order to help prevent others from making the same mistakes? Oh, maybe in a liberal's mind it can be. Nothing ever makes sense there anyway.
Jan 30th 2011 4:13PMTypical liberal mindset, you need to think before you speak. Liberals never learn from their mistakes. Think about what you just said, get a job, support your child, pay your bills. Getting paid to do something is called a job, think about it. Taking it one step further, if liberals practiced what you preach, then our deficit wouldn't be so high supporting all the liberals that don't get jobs and support their kids and pay their bills. They live off of someone else's hard earned money. So I agree with your concept, but not failing to practice what you preach. Also, who are you to tell someone how they should earn a living. Just earn your own, and worry about yourself and you'll be a lot better off, all of us will be.
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