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He went from defending California’s gay marriage ban…to planning his daughter’s same-sex wedding. 
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Funny how they can change direction when it affects them
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“Just in the last couple of days, notices were sent to Jews in one city, indicating that they had to identify themselves as Jews...” 

- John Kerry
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A conservative activist wrote that women will benefit from marrying rich men and making less than their husbands. Alex Wagner has something to say about that on +The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell.

Watch: 
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Snoreeeeeeee!!!!
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When did "patriot" become a loaded word? 

Krystal Ball explains what real patriotism means to her: http://onmsnbc.co/gXqWI2
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+Michael Durwin 
you took my words out of context 
and made an opposite statement and 
said that you AGREED with me.
that reminds me of Loki...


and all this in a discussion about patriotism.

Adolf Hitler had to tell massive lies about people of religion
to convince people to go his way in the Germany of his time.

i'm done talking to you, dude,
you seem way too quick to resort to deception in debate to spend any more time discussing with you.  


people of religion do not deserve to be targetted for military action by people who call their religions false.  

but it happened in Hitler's Germany and it has happened at other times as well.


we don't agree and we won't, but feel free to twist THESE around, too, and then claim to 'agree' with what i say.  

i will stop trying to make sense to you, now, because i don't need to use profanity here and now.

SOKRATES and PLATO seem to have had a dialogue in history that has precedent for this one.   
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Why New Hampshire is a “must win” state for Democrats this year:

Via +Up with Steve Kornacki 
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+Vincent Jackson who are you going to believe? Your own eyes or me. Low self esteem. Or parallel process...schadenfreude.
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It’s tough to run as a job creator when you’ve sent jobs overseas… 
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Throwback Thursday: on this day in history, in 1961, the famous failed Bay of Pigs invasion took place. #tbt 

Read more from +MSNBC Photography:  http://onmsnbc.co/mcyoLg

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Give them air cover both jets and news crews this time around.
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The more that states embrace Obamacare, the better it works. See how: http://on.msnbc.com/1qKLRTT
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+Rashid Labrada hehe you are great.
where do you come up with this stuff?
Seriously are you on something?
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“Governor, as you think about what you're going to do with that bill on your desk, please take a moment to consider that punishment is no substitute for protection.”

- +Melissa Harris-Perry | MSNBC in her “Open Letter” to Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam, who will decide on whether to sign into a law a bill that would allow drug-addicted pregnant women to be prosecuted as criminals. WATCH: 
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+Robert Edwards that is the power of democracy.

My vote would be detectable heartbeat. Typically 2-4 weeks.

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Thanks to redistricting in Ohio, it can take as long as two hours to get to a polling place.

+The Ed Show  takes a look:
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+Larry Lawson Sorry, my friend. I had nothing to do with America's form of government. The founders didn't want a democracy because they wisely didn't like the idea of mob rule.
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