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From progressives to your next meal

January 12, 2014

To the editor: Some random thoughts: • Progressives live for the future, conservatives live for the past....

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Jan-12-14 6:50 PM

"Why is that conservatives don't understand that coal doesn't grow on trees and crude oil takes millions of years to ferment?"


Coal actually does grow from trees, and those low-flow toilets do "ferment".

"If it weren't for the EPA, humans would glow in the dark."

I'm sure you can support that claim, Steve.

I'd comment more, if I could understand any of the letter.

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Jan-13-14 9:56 AM

I am glad I am not the only one that didn't get much out of that letter. It changed directions more than John Kerry. Next time Steve try to keep your mind on one thought or maybe stay away from the meds before you write.

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Jan-13-14 9:57 AM

I believe it is time that the liberal greenie weenies break away and form their own country. They can all live green lifestyles, eat like cattle, get their nutrients from the sun, suffer from disease, and starve to death.

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Jan-13-14 9:59 AM

I agree Moteman. I believe that the author of this letter definitely likes his narcotics. It is almost as bad as the guy that suggested that jet liners are spraying us with chemicals.

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Jan-13-14 1:36 PM

Have to say, a lot of my thoughts lean toward the progressive. Enjoyed your letter. Had me going in many directions. Kinda reminded me of the Daily Randomness on Chive. Regards!

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Jan-13-14 2:41 PM

Methinks ol' Stevie got his hands on some of that legally sold marijuana in Colorado

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Jan-13-14 7:35 PM

The future of the progressive spying on Americans may about to change. We hope.

REPORT: NSA Data Has 'No Discernible Impact' on Terrorism...


A public policy group says a review of U.S. terrorist arrests shows the government’s collection of bulk phone records does little to prevent terrorism, adding fuel to a debate over whether the spy program should be ended.

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