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4 days ago.
by annutte2
MoocherRanchers
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I want to tell you one more thing I know about the ......

We are lucky that we live in the era of the Moocher Ranchers that can provide us the wisdom to live our lives. Unfortunately, throughout history our ancestors relied on kings, oracles, priests and philosophers who only provided false truths. As recently the 20th Century, people looked to scientists as the source of facts. Today we have the benefit of Moocher Rancher who only work two days a year - the day they buy their cattle and the day they sell their cattle - and they live primarily on government subsidy. So they have the time to ponder eternal truths, and give the proper guidance to the lowly masses on how to live our lives. And the Moocher Ranchers know there is only one higher power -- the county sheriff.

 
 

Member Comments

Dirtman

I can't vote a straight ticket because I know these guys personally. Some I personally like, but most I personally dislike. I'm not a "devil you know" kind of guy. The devils I know need to go. I'll take my chances with the unknown.

Posted 56 days ago.

LostStormtrooper

Politicians love sheeple. Oops! I meant to say people. Get out there and vote everybody! (Don't mention a word about researching). They know how extensive the civics classes in high school are too. So get out there and vote!!

Posted 57 days ago.

LostStormtrooper

Just vote the straight ticket Dirty! You don't even have to do any research. It takes less time at the poll too. One tap and then walk to Habeneros for some burritos.

Posted 57 days ago.

Dirtman

I was not going to vote for Mooney, but I've changed my mind. Thanks. I will tell my Republican wife to do the same and she can pass it on to all her friends and relatives. Thanks again.

Posted 57 days ago.

LostStormtrooper

Tom Johnson (No party affiliation) for president! I finally found someone who would actually serve instead of play partisan games for eight years.

Posted 57 days ago.

annette2

Oh my. Look who didn't read the article.

Posted 58 days ago.

LostStormtrooper

"Mooney removed from parade" What? Not used to being treated equal to those who follow parade procedures? Wonder how well he will follow the U.S. and W.V. Constitutions. Maryland scum!

Posted 58 days ago.

LostStormtrooper

Must be contagious. It shows up only from the idea of contracting Ebola. Maybe it really IS airborne in that regard.

Posted 58 days ago.

Dirtman

"Sixteen years ago, fresh out of college, a twenty-two year old intern in the White House — and more than averagely romantic — I fell in love with my boss, in a twenty-two year old sort of a way. It happens,” she said. “By my boss was the president of the United States. That probably happens less often.”

Notice how she shakes her head back and forth while speaking about our greatest President. Shame on you. At least it was consensual. Be grateful. He has a statue in Bosnia, what do you have?

Posted 58 days ago.

LostStormtrooper

Haha!

Posted 58 days ago.

annette2

"you're through soup Nazi. No more soup for you! Next!"

Posted 59 days ago.

Dirtman

"Expelled Nazis got millions in Social Security"

Then I am surrounded by Nazis.

Posted 59 days ago.

Dirtman

What ever happened to repatriation for infrastructure? ZZZZzzzz.

Posted 59 days ago.

Dirtman

I agree. Ted Cruz, TX, should be working on I-81 issues. Is it me? Please tell me if it is me. I don't like Ted Cruz, but what does he have to do with bad drivers on 81?

Posted 59 days ago.

Dirtman

"LAGOS - - A wave of violence hours after Nigeria's government announced a truce with Boko Haram raised doubt on Sunday about whether more than 200 schoolgirls kidnapped by the Islamist militants will really be released, deflating the new hopes of their parents."

"Adele and Beyonce double date"

Posted 60 days ago.

Dirtman

"U.S. public 'very worried' about Ebola"

Remember all the "diseases of the year" that showed up at W's doorstep? Another annual disease disaster that requires funding. It has to be frustrating for government agencies to have to minimize the crisis. You have to know how to sing the song.

Posted 60 days ago.

LostStormtrooper

Private sectors? Apparently the competition level is low in the Ebola treatment market. Looks like a world wide open field for any entrepreneurs who want to jump into that specialty. There could be a high turnover rate however.

Posted 61 days ago.

Dirtman

"NIH unit treating nurse is 1 of 4 such U.S. facilities. It can treat 2 patients."

I brought up this subject continually over 10 years ago, during the monthly coffee, donut, and bagel extravaganza, all paid for with federal grant money. Result? We are fat and retired and looking forward to our next nap.

Posted 61 days ago.

Dirtman

"WASHINGTON — Beneath the calming reassurance that President Obama has repeatedly offered during the Ebola crisis, there is a deepening frustration, even anger, with how the government has handled key elements of the response.

Those frustrations spilled over when Mr. Obama convened his top aides in the Cabinet room after canceling his schedule on Wednesday. Medical officials were providing information that later turned out to be wrong. Guidance to local health teams was not adequate. It was unclear which Ebola patients belonged in which threat categories."

Fox? Nope, NYT. So, the guidance from the Feds to the locals was wrong. Hey Kidd, have you ever had a conference call with the CDC?

Posted 61 days ago.

Dirtman

Like, we don't have Ebola cases, yet. ISIL is not varsity, yet. No evidence of a smidgeon of corruption, yet.

Posted 61 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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