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Registered Feb 16, 2011

dodgerfanjohn's most recent comments:

  • On Wed, 27 May 2015, 6:15pm PDT in 2006 called and wants its NAR propaganda back., dodgerfanjohn said:

    Is it really all that difficult to not buy a house you can't afford?

  • On Tue, 19 May 2015, 9:35am PDT in Scientists Can Now Give Rats Boners At The Flip Of A Switch, dodgerfanjohn said:

    The boner can instantly be rectified by showing a video of Rachel Maddow snacking on Hillary Clintons clam.

  • On Wed, 13 May 2015, 12:16pm PDT in Corrupt cops routinely steal people's assets, dodgerfanjohn said:

    #1 Drugs should be legal. The DEA should not exist.

    #2 I waffle on asset forfeiture. In the end, I think its too rife for abuse.

    #3 It would be nice if the rich did pay all their share of taxes. Unfortunately mostly Democrats keep fighting the closure of various tax loopholes. If there was just one actual honest Democrat who really meant it when they said they will close all tax loopholes(like DeBlasio's recent platform espouses) I would very strongly consider voting for them. But up to this point, its just something Dem's say, not something they actually do.

    #4 Dan you need to come up with better sources. The article you cite in no way explains where its information comes from, nor does it attempt to explain the many gaps in the story. I am guessing, just as much as the Albeqerque journal is guessing, that young Mr. Rivers is a thug involved in criminal activity or some sort. I agree that this is not a good reason to take someones money...a suspicion....but clearly the news source either left much out, or is using Mr Rivers as its sole source of information. In the past you have taken stances based on plaintiffs pleadings, and that also is something lacking information(usually). For a guy that supposedly prides himself on logical thinking based on a factual foundations, you take an awful lot of liberties when the subject matter needs to match your preconceived bias. Sounds a lot like Sean Hannity to me.

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