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The Vent: Dec. 30

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Posted: Friday, December 30, 2011 2:18 pm

“What the heck has happened to ‘Los Suns’? They have become ‘Los Losers’ week after week since they came back. Some of these guys are getting old enough to qualify for one of those Medicare paid-for electric scooters. Maybe an oxygen station benchside might help. Remember what Steve Nash said when the lockout ended: ‘This is a playoff team.’ Well it’s sure looking like a ‘Kiss-Off Team’ right now.”

“To the person who wrote, ‘the angry, racist conservatives who hide behind the anonymity of the vent’: Since your comment appeared anonymously in the vent, I assume you’ve become a conservative. Let me be the first to welcome you to sanity.”

“If the DOJ has all this evidence against Joe why don’t they file charges? Because there is no evidence. The letter to Joe gives no back-up. This is just BO using the DOJ to pander to the Hispanics for their vote. He did it in 2008 giving them a bunch of promises he never kept, nor intended to keep. The Hispanic vote is all BO wants; they are not a part of his real agenda. But the Hispanic leaders are too stupid to see this and will tag along like lemmings just like last time.”

“What part of ‘illegal’ don’t people understand? If you are illegal, you are illegal — no ifs and buts about it!”

“The mighty three horsemen of the once Right Wing will soon unite again. J.D. Hayworth and Russell Pearce have gone fishing, and Sheriff Joe, we’re getting the tackle box, bait and poles ready. Good fishing, boys.”

“I would assume we Anglos and law enforcement personnel can expect a public apology from the relatives and supporters of Jhessye Shockley for their disparaging and racially motivated innuendos during the initial stages of the investigation into her disappearance. It never ceases to amaze me how simple-minded humans become sheep in mob-like situations with incitement by activist charlatans. Shame on you.”

“Manhattan’s Times Square annual big ball drop New Year’s Eve — It’s about looking forward with a sense of hope. A new Associated Press poll shows most Americans are cautiously optimistic, but hopeful that 2012 will be a good year.” 

“Who really cares that this guy’s cat was euthanized? There are 20 more running wild in my neighborhood he can have. They are a commodity like dirt. Free to anyone that wants it.”

“Just read Beydler’s 2012 forecast commentary and two questions immediately came to mind: First of all, is this guy a blinders-wearing liberal? And secondly, is number 6 based on personal habits? The obvious answer is ‘why do you think they call it dope?’ but to which question does this apply to?”

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