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October 14, 2011



Actually, beer was invented a lot earlier the first time a human pissed into a clay pot.


Dam*n. There goes my Schlitz endorsement money.


Actually, beer was invented a lot earlier the first time a human pissed into a clay pot.

Posted by: xbjllb | October 18, 2011 at 09:32 AM


And of course, that's the type X-Lax drinks. LOL!

Gotta go. Off to Florida for a week or so. Beer drinking (Fosters), golfing, and fine restaurants are on the agenda.


""Beer was invented in Ancient Egypt, Fagtard." - DJ

Oh. To add insult to injury I'll state I never claimed beer was invented by the Nazis.

Only that it EXPLAINED them. In BOTH Germany, and the US, and in one notable Aussie immigrant.


"And of course, that's the type X-Lax drinks. LOL!" - DJ

X-lax has been on the record for more than year here in several posts as being a teetotaler.

Who doesn't even drink that much tea, actually. Caffeine and humans don't mix any more than alcohol and humans do.


Uh, Herman Cain is Tea Party and he is winning in the polls. Last time I checked he was black. By the way, where was that sign? Notice how the LIEberal media condemns the Tea Party when they accuse ONE person of carrying an offensive sign BUT embrace the commies when they repeatedly spew anti-semitic remarks at these rallies.

Bet you didn't hear this one because the state-run media is not reporting it.


Posted by: M/M | October 18, 2011 at 07:23 AM

M/M there were many signs from tea baggers that refered to the racist remarks.

And, the "commies" Tyipical TEA BAG Talk.
Also, the "state-run media" Sounds like the Neo-Nazis and their "jew -Controlled " media.

Conservatives and Nazis think so much alike.

Which is why it's RIGHT WING!


But to answer your question: I love you bathhouse boys the same way Jesus loved the money changers in the Temple.


It's spelled C-A-T-H-O-L-I-C

Posted by: DJ | October 18, 2011 at 08:40 AM

DJ, the question was, Do you LOVE BLACKS?

Here's where DJ grabs his white hood!
Storms out the door.


It's spelled C-A-T-H-O-L-I-C

Posted by: DJ | October 18, 2011 at 08:40 AM

Had to make sure you can speel

Question, which word is spelled wrong? I gave you a hint!


But on the other hand, Jay, X-Lax. and Liberace spend most of their time sipping fluoride laced Shirley Temples at the Pink Swastika bathhouse.

Can you imagine?............ BLAH!!!!

Posted by: DJ | October 18, 2011 at 08:58 AM

Notice how DJ when he heard that flouride in tap water was a communist plot thet the RIGHT WING John Birch society felt was true. He grabbed on it like the copy cats that conservatives are! Also, his love for anything that has to do with bath houses?
Seems he came out of the closet in more ways than one!


Cain speaks the truth that no other Republican will speak: that the Democrats deliberately seek to harm and weaken America ---DJ

But, DJ has ALL conservatives won't admit to the fact that the Republican party has a worse record than the Democrats concerning the debt, unemployment, the economy and the stock market.!


More Americans lived in poverty.
Median Income was lower.
When it comes to GDP, employment, the stock market or just about any other measure of the health of American capitalism, the historical record is clear: the economy almost always does better under Democrats.

Sadly for Jeb Bush and his Republican allies, the GOP's pitiful record on the economy isn't limited to his brother. History shows that from GDP growth and job creation to managing the national debt and producing gains for investors, it is the Democratic Party which is the friend of Wall Street and Main Street alike.

As the New York Times detailed in January, across almost every indicator (article here, charts here), Democrats outperformed their Republican counterparts:

For the investor class so fond of perpetuating the myth of Republicans' superior economic stewardship, the collapse of the stock marketing during the Bush recession must be particularly galling. The Standard & Poor's 500 spiraled down at annual rate of 5.6% during Bush's time in the Oval Office, a disaster even worse than Richard Nixon's abysmal 4.0% yearly decline. (Only Herbert Hoover's cataclysmic 31% plunge makes Bush look good in comparison.)

As it turns out, as the New York Times also showed in October 2008, the Democratic Party "has been better for American pocketbooks and capitalism as a whole." To make its case, the New York Times asked readers to imagine having put their money where its mouth is. Contrary to Republican mythology, Americans fare better - much, much better - under Democratic administrations:





Gringo's resonse,"Don't worry. have many copy-n-pasted lies that are in the archives. will grab one and paste it here."

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