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39 minutes ago.
by Ohwiseone
BobDahler
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What happened to the "Union Influence in Politics" topic?

Even though I initiated it as the debut topic in the Times forums, I'm happy to realize it has been deleted. It died an ugly death long ago, and should have been executed long before it was. I'm curious though... Why? I am unaware of the travesty that occurred that was sufficiently heinous to warrant it's deletion... As compared to the tripe on ALL the other threads that is evident on a daily basis.

 
 

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Ohwiseone

Nah, the only ones we hear screaming are the anti-union shop stewards and there are darn few of those traitors !

Posted 39 minutes ago.

Stillhere

Of course we will hear screaming from the socialist lefties,, they dont want to compete on the idea battlefield. Rather they wish to rig they system to deny those that disagee, a voice

Posted 1 hour ago.

Stillhere

I guess im pro choice when it comes to political donations. ;)

Posted 1 hour ago.

Ohwiseone

By the way I called the IAM and they said that there is no local lodge anywhere near here ! Hmmmmmmmmm ! Me thinks there be a lying troll about !

Posted 6 hours ago.

Ohwiseone

How typical from a anti-union shop steward ! What a load -o-crap ! What you seem to forget ia there are still people who can and will oppose idiocy !

Posted 6 hours ago.

Stillhere

So if the Union member is a die hard socialist, they can freely give to support Sanders etc. BUT if they are conservative and believe in the Constitution, they don't have to support a candidate. AHHHH now that is progress

Posted 21 hours ago.

Stillhere

Republican lawmakers are taking aim at organized labor by re-introducing legislation this week to strictly limit union power to force dues from workers who oppose the union's political agendas

Washington examiner.

Thats a great start!!!!!!

Posted 22 hours ago.

absolem

I agree with you and Moderation in both of your assessments of the fox. One day I heard what I thought was a cry from the woods only to discover a fox calling for something.

Posted 10 days ago.

Stillhere

Well, Absolem he is correct, they are much more cat like than dog like, VERY elusive and quick

Posted 11 days ago.

absolem

Well, we'll trained and smooth persp are few and far between except in the animal kingdom.

Posted 11 days ago.

moderation

If they are above average perps, absolem.

Posted 11 days ago.

absolem

moderation...very poetic description of an escaping fox. to "move like flowing water", what a relaxing and soothing image. so do you think many of the perps caught on camera fleeing crime scenes do so "moving like flowing water"?

Posted 11 days ago.

Stillhere

Even carrying a 9 lb bird

Posted 11 days ago.

moderation

Foxes move like flowing water.

Posted 11 days ago.

Stillhere

They vary in color quite a bit, one killed here a few years ago was as blonde and had a beautiful winter coat. Too bad the 243 did such a number on the exit wound

Posted 11 days ago.

Stillhere

There have been a few coyotes shot here in the last couple of years, Wiley little buggers unless really hungry it appears

Posted 11 days ago.

Stillhere

Hard to tell them apart from a distance moving fast with a chicken in the mouth

Posted 11 days ago.

Stillhere

We have plenty of both it seems

Posted 11 days ago.

NasCarNut

so now you're saying it was a coyote and not a fox??...I seen a fox a couple weeks ago, coyotes at least two to three times a week...

Posted 11 days ago.

Stillhere

Actually a young coyote

Posted 11 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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