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The three qualifications for an Obama appointment: Quid Pro Quo.


The good news: One of Charlotte’s own will be in the Cabinet. The bad news: Another under qualified cabinet secretary.


Finally found that voter fraud the GOP frets about. It’s being done in committee votes in the state Senate – by the GOP.


Enough about the stadium already! Charlotte, if you want to be a big city, you have to spend like one!


Eastland Mall should be renamed “The Money Pit.”


Mr. Tillis. The poor don’t have money. They don’t need banks, they don’t rent cars, and they don’t fly at other people’s expense.


5-year-olds don’t kill little sisters, guns do.


The assault weapon failure ends the myth of an engaged citizenry.


Since flaunting your sexuality is the thing to do these days, I hereby volunteer to be grand marshal of the next Straight Pride Parade.


Bangladeshi garment factory + small government + no regulation = 500 dead but the owner is very wealthy.


If the U.S. were an automobile our “Check President” light would be flashing.


Didn’t know the seriousness of their actions, horrified by the outcome... Who are the latest Boston suspects, Larry, Moe and Curly? I’m not buying it.


If a Sarah Palin “pundits” in the forest and has no Fox News, will anybody listen?

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