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Chuck Buford
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Do these things ever really tell you anything about the person they are supposed to be describing? Or is it more of the way we would like to see ourselves?
Do these things ever really tell you anything about the person they are supposed to be describing? Or is it more of the way we would like to see ourselves?

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Little bits chasing fireflies at the great grandparents...

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Saw this on the road #whovian
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Awesome whovian license plate!
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Reading up on the baby veronica saga... I'm heartbroken for baby Veronica, but I'm absolutely irate at the adoptive parents. The father never signed away his parental rights, and has been fighting for custody since she was two weeks old. They knew they were going to have to give her back, but they fought as long as possible, ensuring it was truly traumatic for baby Veronica. 

You can't just terminate a father's rights because the mother decides to give the baby up. 

You know, I get tired of people who can't defend their position and block you from posting when you challenge them. +Michael Gaines did that today. It's a rather sad tactic, but hey... if what you want to believe is so important that you refuse to even hear the truth spoken... more power to you.

President Obama's refusal to deport illegal immigrants who would be eligible for the (non-existent) DREAM Act is a horrible precedent. And both sides of the political spectrum should be up in arms about it.

Why would the next Republican President need to repeal regulations on banks and industry, when they can just announce that they won't enforce them?

Is this really what we want? The President deciding alone what laws should be enforced and which should not? It goes both ways people. Republicans can play that game to, and I can promise you that you won't like it when they do.

Obama is "clarifying" what he meant about "the economy is fine".

I find that ironic after his campaign did the same thing to McCain over the engine (middle class) of the economy is strong remark.

No matter what side of the political spectrum you fall on... political campaigns are almost always dirty. I just find this a bit ironic that Obama is fighting off a campaign attack taking his comments about the economy out of context since he did the exact same thing to McCain... I guess what goes around comes around... right? 

I guess if that were really true, all politicians would be homeless and penniless at some point after they left office.... well, maybe they'll get theirs in the next life...

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Some Mardi Gras pics from back in February
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