Please tell me this guy is not related to the Great President of UT with the same name.
It's funny how people like Zoombah can't understand that there ONLY TWO REASONS people carry weapons with them: they are afraid, or it's their job.
Yesterday I saw a Metro Park Policeman. A PARK cop who patrols such dangerous venues as Centennial Park and Hamilton Creek Marina had TWO 45's or 9 mm's on his belt. He must be expecting one hell of a mean dog off leash this Summer! The whole 30 minutes I watched him at lunch, nothing but a frown graced his face. What a sad, miserable guy he must be.
Perhaps some t-shirts.... (front)"Some guys need a gun to make their cock bigger. (back) I'm not one of those guys." "Attn: Women! I don't need a gun." "My big cock doesn't need a Glock"
bms points out a significant problem. He only associates with people in the top 25%, so he had no idea that the majority of families in Tennessee have two working people who make barely more than minimum wage.
The latest numbers from the IRS (2010) indicated 83.7% have adjusted gross income of less than 75,000 in the state. So, Eric has a valid point, I just might believe saying the top 14% is more elite than the top 25%. :)
While I was looking at the IRS statistics, I note that the lowest 50% of Tennessean income people earn a measly 10% of the income in the state. Do any Republicans understand what that means? If you taxed Romney's 47% at a tax rate of 100%, you would collect less money that raising the tax rate of the top 53% from the Bush rates, to the Clinton rates. Another proposal of increasing the bottom 47% by the same amount as the upper 50% would increase collections by less than 1/3 of a percent.
The GOP could care less about those people and it is only a steady diet of hate that gets any of them to vote Republican. As the truth becomes known, they are simply laughable.
I bet the people from Nissan, GM, and other national companies are so proud to be in Tennessee with they drive by that obscene statue of NBF and all the loser flags on I-65.
They would be thrilled to visit Fort Pillow and hear how Tennessee's hero massacred POW's. Or maybe they should go to Dover to hear how NBF ran like a dog with his tail between his legs for the safety of Nashville, when confronted with Union soldiers in his first battle.
I guess the utter defeat and humiliation of the battle of Nashville and Franklin is just too much for the descendents of the confederate losers to bear without making up lies and rationalizing away their miserable war.
I find that picture really funny. I guess a gun replaces the need to have muscle tone and some skin tone. Maybe a gun is just man-lipstick.
"Why go to the gym when I can buy a Glock?" LOL
they spent an hour explaining to Beavers why is was unconstitutional, then didn't have the guts to end the silliness? Aw, more Republicans elected to do a job who don't have the guts to actually do the job.
Put a gun in their pocket, maybe that will turn them into real men. Not.
Everything that is wrong with this state is wrapped up in one person. Mae Beavers is a throwback to bygone years when every house had a privy out back... except in those days she would never have been allowed to vote, let alone be elected. She is the price we pay for women's rights.
Can you imagine Beth Harrell and her actually carrying on a conversation? Beth would be frantically searching for someone with a brain to join in.
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