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  •  Slow news day? (0+ / 0-)

    Catch up, Daily Kos.

    "Americans are 'on our knees in front of China for credit,' DeMint told the mostly conservative attendees feasting on fried rice and fortune cookies at Tony Chang's restaurant in the Chinatown section of D.C."

    by littlenomad on Mon Feb 27, 2012 at 01:59:14 PM PST

    •  I know, right? (1+ / 1-)
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      Who do they think they are, paying attention to the policy positions of candidates running for president. Bunch of fools!

      It's very clear though, littlenomad, that YOU have much better things to do than troll the Daily Kos & read about such an unimportant statement from St.Torum. You're also much too busy to read all the comments too, much less to take time to actually log on and post a comment yourself. You keep on being snide, we're all w/ you.

      Go Ayatollah Santorum! Let's win Michigan!

      •  Excuse me? (0+ / 0-)

        The reason for my comment above was that I first read about this story more than 24 hours ago on other sites.  I felt it strange that Daily Kos was putting it up on the front page so much later.

        My history might disturb you, being that I can be extremely critical of some of the hyperbole and hypocrisy I see on display at Daily Kos, but it should be obvious that I am NOT a RW troll.  

        Then again, it would have been obvious if you had bothered to check my history before posting your knee-jerk attack garbage.  

        "Americans are 'on our knees in front of China for credit,' DeMint told the mostly conservative attendees feasting on fried rice and fortune cookies at Tony Chang's restaurant in the Chinatown section of D.C."

        by littlenomad on Mon Feb 27, 2012 at 06:58:57 PM PST

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