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Ladies, do NOT get drunk and pass out in Oklahoma.

If you do, any random jackass who comes along and feels like inserting his junk into your mouth is not guilty of oral sodomy or rape. That is some fucked up shit right there.

And now I eagerly await the arrival of one of our resident conservative scholars to explain how this sorry state of affairs, in arguably the reddest state in the union, is actually the fault of those evil bastard lefties.

Does anyone else complete their jury service, only to ...

come back later and be told that they are still serving on a jury and must complete their service prior to posting again?
I finish my jury service, click the complete jury service button, and hit the return to latest threads (or whatever the Hell it says, I don't remember).
But about half of the time I have to click the cancel my jury service button for a post which I've already adjudicated, and the results have been posted.
Is it just me?

Don't sugar coat it Mr. Boehner. Tell us what you REALLY think of Ted Cruz.

“Lucifer in the flesh. I have Democrat friends and Republican friends. I get along with almost everyone, but I have never worked with a more miserable son of a bitch in my life.”

— Former House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH), quoted by the Stanford Daily, on Sen. Ted Cruz.

Do you have young sons? If so, who would you prefer to simultaneously ...

occupy a men's room with them?

This guy?

Or Larry Craig?

Or Denny Hastert?

(Hint: In North Carolina, the dude in the picture is the only one forbidden to use the same crapper as junior.)
So, what'll it be?

Your choice … one show … any performer or group … in their prime ...

Who you gonna see?

Judge sentences vet with PTSD to jail. Accompanies him to the lock-up.

I don't care if this judge is a Republican, a Democrat, an Independent, or something else. What he most assuredly must be, is a caring and decent human being.

Earth Day and the first appearance of "In God we Trust" ...

on American currency are the same day.
Probably just a coincidence, right?

This kid was obviously raised right. Cute alert!

(Sorry about the ad, I don't know how to lose it, but the vid is worth the wait.)

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When he's not worrying about which bathroom you use, Ted Cruz ...

concerns himself with making sure no illicit masturbation is taking place.
"Small government" conservatism in action.

As solicitor general, Cruz’s office had argued in case that using sex toys
was akin to ‘hiring a prostitute’ and masturbation was not covered by the
right to privacy

Megan Carpentier in New York
Wednesday 13 April 2016 21.16 BST

On the campaign trail, Ted Cruz portrays himself as a “constitutional conservative” who is committed to preserving Americans’ (largely unthreatened) right to religious freedom and access to the guns of their choosing. He is, he tells his audiences, interested in limiting the reach of the federal government into their lives, and often explicitly promises to limit the power of the federal government in various ways.

But in 2007, when he was solicitor general of the state of Texas, Cruz took a slightly more expansive view of the appropriate role of the federal government, when he participated in a federal court case in an effort to maintain Texas’s ban on the sale of sex toys.

In that case, highlighted by Mother Jones, two sex toy companies sued to render moot the state’s ban on the sale of so-called “marital aids” – as they are often called in conservative circles. The state’s counterarguments, penned in part by the office run by Cruz, were that the use of sex toys was akin to “hiring a willing prostitute or engaging in consensual bigamy”, and there is a state interest in “discouraging prurient interests in autonomous sex and the pursuit of sexual gratification unrelated to procreation”.

The state – and Cruz – further argued that the sale of sex toys in the state of Texas was not an interference with the right to privacy for one’s sexual activity as established by the US supreme court in Lawrence v Texas, which threw out state bans on consensual same-sex acts of physical intimacy. The US supreme court found that there was no compelling state interest in interfering in the sexual lives of consenting adults, citing the privacy protections of the 14th amendment of the US constitution.
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