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Old 04-29-2010, 08:24 PM
 
Location: Long Island
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We need to make it necessary for them to show it before they run. Arizona is trying to pass a law that would forbid people running for president in 2012 from being on the ballot in Arizona unless they show documentation that they are citizens.

This thread is about grades. So I'll start to that. What transcripts do you feel need to publish? Grad, Undergrad, High school, Middle school.....?

What if the candidate never went to college (it's not a requirement)?

And how is Arizona going to tell Hawaii that its version of Birth Cert is not good enough? That is going to start one hell of a pissing war about interstate documentation. Next Drivers licenses are not recognized by other states then marriage licenses etc....
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Old 04-30-2010, 11:09 PM
 
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What is it with the media continuously bashing on her Palin?
You are right, Palin deserves some respect, she may be a down right imbicile, but she really sets herself so that we all get a good laugh at her,
she is so stupid that makes dan quayle, and glen beck look smart...
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