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Predictions Points: 1064.3835
Predictions: 2234/2263 (98.72%)
Points Per: 1064.3835/2263 (0.47)
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R:7206Hikikomori Blitzkrieg! ( 290.26 points)
April 25, 2013 04:35pm
I can't believe this decrepit, degenerate ******* is now claiming that "its pretty obvious" the Syrian government has used chemical weapons in their civil war, when the U.S. intelligence community has only stated (just today) that they think "with varying degrees of certitude" (TRANSLATION: They aren't sure) that chemical weapons MAY have been used in Syria. And if so, they aren't even certain which side may actually have deployed them. The Federal intelligence officials themselves are actually to be credited for their caution in this matter.

John McCain is a horrible, evil, wicked, hateful old sack of filth who lives for one thing, and for one thing only: To manufacture pretexts, however false and even downright ludicrous, which can be utilized for the purpose of unleashing the U.S. Armed Forces on, well, anyone at all. I usually think that when people say someone is bloodthirsty, or that they just enjoy killin' people, that such is a juvenile analysis, but in McCain's case, I'm convinced its true. He just likes the idea of killing other human beings. He revels in it! It probably turns him on sexually (doubtless much to his mannequin-like wife's revolted chagrin).

I:8282BobbyG ( 0.00 points)
November 18, 2012 10:00am
Obama and Democrats already had their lynching, in 2010. Now that Republicans control the House, there is far less of a chance for a GOP wave.

LBT:8827Smart ( 1017.97 points)
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August 25, 2012 05:40pm
J.R.: I've always thought that in 10,000 years, Neil Armstrong may be the only person from our lifetime whose name will be recognizable to schoolchildren. Nobody's going to know which political leaders fought which war or which scientist invented which technology, but they'll know the name of the first person to walk on the moon.
You obviously haven't seen the Historical Documents then, because Zefram Cochrane is the most famous guy in human history 400 years from now. Not sure about 10,000 years, but he's got a good chance.

D:8509DylanSH99 ( 201.39 points)
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August 17, 2012 10:25pm
We should put Hillary Clinton up here as 2nd Place

AM:7114Conservative for America. ( 76.14 points)
June 29, 2012 06:14pm
When we hold this race my top choice is John Roberts.

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