Tony Kornheiser: "The Freudian implications of this are too horrible to contemplate!"

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    Re: Tony Kornheiser:

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    eh... i guess you're right...

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    no more like The Right

    ie: the disappearing out-dated political movement

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    Why am I not surprised youd post drivel like this? 

     
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    Re: Tony Kornheiser:

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    you know society is in a sad state when grown adults know and care more about the tattoos on another man's body than they do about say... the "fiscal cliff" deal currently passed, or the NDAA bill currently passed. carry on "men".

     

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    We will! SA-LUTE!!

    Meanwhile, yeah, the deal is rotten. Lots of money to Hollywood directors--taxpayer money. But what do you want us to do about it? Stop laughing at Rexy? That'll fix it all I'm sure! I can laugh at Rexy and think the country is a mess all at the same time my friend. Just because we have a laugh at Rex's expense and don't bring up the fiscal cliff every moment doesn't mean we don't know what's going on, or don't care.

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    eh... i guess you're right...

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    no more like The Right

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    it hasn't disappeared at all it's actually become stronger.  today it's called the democratic party. the republicans have become the far right.

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    sad but true

     
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