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If the dumb-asses actually looked up his record or actually followed the money, they would have known that.
We give the trolls facts and they turn around trying to imply we are the dumb-asses?
Because many of their constituents are dumb-asses.
And judging by the dumb-asses in the crowd, I bet some of them think she STILL is Governor.
Honestly, it enrages me that there are so many comments considering all Texans as a whole to be dumb-asses, it is simply not the case.
Meanwhile, the bankers will be enjoying their offshore accounts, buying off politicians, and purchasing air time on Fox news, just so they can keep the dumb-asses from figuring out who really stole the loot.
The Democrats are a bunch of dumb-asses, is what they are.
FLY FISHING WITH DARTH VADER MATT LABASH 2010
If smart people evolved from dumb-asses, why are there still dumb-asses?
When what was called for in the lead-up to the war in Iraq -- what would've been truly effective -- was a show of strength through unity and, yes, conformity among activists, what we instead got was what we've always gotten since the 60s: a bunch of dumb-asses in face paint and colorful t-shirts acting like buffoons.
Cornyn's colleague, Kay Bailey Hutchison, said to be running for governor of the Lone Star State in the next cycle, has chimed in as well, trying to limit the damage to the Republican Party that these dumb-asses with fat media contracts are doing and by the way, who cut off Dick Cheney's Zoloft supply?
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