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Looks like electrocution has a place in keeping Liberals honest.

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On ‎8‎/‎8‎/‎2018 at 5:49 PM, William said:

Looks like electrocution has a place in keeping Liberals honest.

Lol,,too bad that after he was shocked there wasn't a pile of excrement  for him to step in. UP TO HIS NECK !  M

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On ‎8‎/‎8‎/‎2018 at 5:49 PM, William said:

Looks like electrocution has a place in keeping Liberals honest.

Ha,,ha,,,that was a good one . :-)   M

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On ‎8‎/‎8‎/‎2018 at 3:17 PM, William said:

 

Actually I was thinking in terms of offering all conservative voters an electrified sign that says " Hillary , 2020 " . The sign would not carry the typical 120 volt capacity  . But more like 220 volt industrial grade  . Ha,,ha,,the joker that passes by would pay their respects to the liberal Hillary by hugging the sign and then,,,,,,, ZAP !!!!! One less to meet at the polls.......   : -))   M

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7 hours ago, Matthew Duvall said:

Actually I was thinking in terms of offering all conservative voters an electrified sign that says " Hillary , 2020 " . The sign would not carry the typical 120 volt capacity  . But more like 220 volt industrial grade  . Ha,,ha,,the joker that passes by would pay their respects to the liberal Hillary by hugging the sign and then,,,,,,, ZAP !!!!! One less to meet at the polls.......   : -))   M

Now, now Matthew where did you get this mean streak?

 

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The "powers that be" frequently use media to promote their messages. I used to love computer games and one recent game (Far Cry 5) had me open mouthed in it's protrayal (and twisting) of conservative Christians, especially those who believe Jesus may well be coming soon.

 

 

May contain strong language, but worth for noting the current spiritual climate.

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