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    Quote Originally Posted by loneassassin View Post
    I fucking love how people defending this says it takes money away from the military when 84 MILLION of the DoD budget last year went to giving soldiers and other DoD employees Viagra.
    Also that's not even fucking pocket change for the military.

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    Isn't that 5.5 million or whatever only like half the cost of a single tank? That's what I've seen quoted. What a shitstain.
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    For the sake of comparison, a single F-35 costs $135 million.

    Plus those weekend excursions probably cost into the millions each.

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    Even the liberal Orrin Hatch.

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    Good for ol' fourth-in-line unless it's lip-service bullshit a la McCain.

    Speaking of, what's Paul Ryan's stance on electrocuting gays and stoning transgender people? Pro, I assume?

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    From Reuters

    "Majority of Senate votes against Republican proposal to repeal Obamacare" - Get updates at Reuters.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by CCC View Post
    Good for ol' fourth-in-line unless it's lip-service bullshit a la McCain.

    Speaking of, what's Paul Ryan's stance on electrocuting gays and stoning transgender people? Pro, I assume?
    As a member of the totally non-theological and sensible wing of the Republican party, the Libertarians, Paul Ryan does not support those things... if they spatter any blood onto the Free Market that is. Take it out back please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyan D. Funk View Post
    Even the liberal Orrin Hatch.
    Noted Communist Richard Shelby also said anybody should be allowed to serve.
    Complicating things since 2009.

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    Sooo....I am pretty darn curious whar Caitlyn Jenner has to say about Trump smacking on transgender rights. But I am going to presume she is going to play it dumb like she always does....being the dummy that she is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ubiq View Post
    For the sake of comparison, a single F-35 costs $135 million.

    Plus those weekend excursions probably cost into the millions each.

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    Quote Originally Posted by valiantt View Post
    Sooo....I am pretty darn curious whar Caitlyn Jenner has to say about Trump smacking on transgender rights. But I am going to presume she is going to play it dumb like she always does....being the dummy that she is.
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    I wonder just how many Republicans realize their healthcare plans will likely be the needle that pops the Reganomics Neo-Liberal dream bubble they've floated on for decades.
    Better to let the Dems keep their shit and yell at it, then rudely wake middle America up to how supply side economics will directly personally eat them.

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