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It's almost like he knew about Obama.


One of my all-time favorite quotations--I've cited it often.

My addendum:

"... and apparently, very little in the world is more plentiful."

"... But we have to pass the [Health "Care] bill so that you can, uh, find out what is in it (gulp, gasp) away from the fog of the controversy." - Nancy Pelosi, former Speaker of the House

(would have referenced the date, but Pelosi has pulled the transcript from her web site, it's been widely scrubbed, & I don't feel like looking for it right now)


I like the "see no/hear no/speak no" part of the illustration, & the third hand is hilarious. However, for some reason, the "speak no" seems a little bit incongruous.


March 9, 2010. It's all over the place. You must be using one of those "Not Google" search engines?


And don't forget, justification for ObamaCare isn't in that old, worthless Constitution thing. It's in that other old document about Independence.



You must be referring to the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights:

Article 29, Section 3

These rights and freedoms may in no case be exercised contrary to the purposes and principles of the [declaring body].


Didn't search at all. Several old bookmarks--all were dead--& somehow, a few discs of archived data are missing. Fortunately I have copies, but they're inaccessible at the moment.

Tom Wms.:

I wonder how MLK would have voted in these times. He was brilliant.


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