Republican Debate III- Little Monsters of the Kiddie Table

So last year on Curse of Oak Island they found a Spanish Penny from 1652, the dye test was a complete failure, AND (by the way) they found the corner of a subterranean room covered in a concrete type substance!

I am sure that this season they will discover the lost Ark of the Covenant (and you thought it was stashed in some dusty government warehouse somewhere. You can’t believe everything you see in the movies you know) and the Golden Menorah of King Solomon’s Temple, or the secret treasure of Captain Kidd or whatever. I can hardly wait!

Oh, that’s what I’m going to watch. You can point and hoot at the Republicans below.


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      • TMC on November 10, 2015 at 22:31

      BTW This is GOP debate #4

    • TMC on November 10, 2015 at 22:29

    From Amanda Marcotte at Salon

    “We are on the path to socialism right now,” Bobby Jindal warned, in a typical example. “We’ve got record dependents, a record number of Americans on food stamps, record low participation rate in the work force.”

    On the subject of why he doesn’t want to touch Social Security or Medicare when slashing social spending, Mike Huckabee said, “Those are not entitlements and that’s not welfare.”

    This argument carries with it two assumptions that are highly questionable: That there are huge numbers of Americans who would otherwise be working except for all that fat welfare money they get, and that cutting them loose would save enough money to not only reduce the federal debt but also finance huge tax cuts. Both are lies.

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