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    Quote Originally Posted by rob19 View Post
    Most likely Morphine. If it's still in your system I was gonna suggest having a couple drinks. Opiates & alcohol are a fun combination, with weed it's all the better. I'd warn you not to overdue it for liver failure reasons, but seeing as you had that done hours ago you'll most likely be just fine.

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    I seldom smoke these days, but back when I did a little more often I couldnt smoke after drinking. Id get the spins sometimes Id puke. Not cool.




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    I'd say Reagan did a pretty good job considering the mess left behind by Carter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tylerdolphin View Post
    I seldom smoke these days, but back when I did a little more often I couldnt smoke after drinking. Id get the spins sometimes Id puke. Not cool.
    I knew people that could handle a couple puffs by itself, but once they started drinking if they took a puff they'd get sweaty, go silent, & eventually vomit. Everyone's got different machinery I guess. I'd say you could probably get past that if you smoked more regularly but some people just don't mesh well with cannabis for whatever reason. Went to a new-years eve party last year where a dude vomited on his girlfriend for the same reason.
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    Maybe you should just vote for Raegan and hope for the best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CedarPhin View Post

    This basically sums the GOP up. All you have to do to confirm this is just look at the electoral map. The dems bascially start with 230-240 electoral votes, whereas the GOP starts with about 190. If they can't get their act together and at least salvage a good portion of the latino vote, it might be then end of the party as we know it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JackFinfan View Post
    This basically sums the GOP up. All you have to do to confirm this is just look at the electoral map. The dems bascially start with 230-240 electoral votes, whereas the GOP starts with about 190. If they can't get their act together and at least salvage a good portion of the latino vote, it might be then end of the party as we know it.
    If I were a Republican, I'd be pretty concerned with the future of my party. The population is getting more liberal with every year that passes. As the baby boomer generation dies, which in my opinion is the base of the Republican party, the party will get weaker and weaker. On top of that, young people are overwhelmingly liberal, and while most of them don't vote, the ones that do skew the votes that way. Even if they don't vote, they join a voice that is becoming much more strongly pro-choice and pro-marriage equality. Awsi had an outstanding post a few weeks ago talking about how we could be seeing a Renaissance of liberalism over the next few decades, which also means a string of Democrat Presidents similar to the Republican dominated Presidencies of the past 40 years or so. Will be an interesting time to be a U.S. citizen...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Locke View Post
    If I were a Republican, I'd be pretty concerned with the future of my party. The population is getting more liberal with every year that passes. As the baby boomer generation dies, which in my opinion is the base of the Republican party, the party will get weaker and weaker. On top of that, young people are overwhelmingly liberal, and while most of them don't vote, the ones that do skew the votes that way. Even if they don't vote, they join a voice that is becoming much more strongly pro-choice and pro-marriage equality. Awsi had an outstanding post a few weeks ago talking about how we could be seeing a Renaissance of liberalism over the next few decades, which also means a string of Democrat Presidents similar to the Republican dominated Presidencies of the past 40 years or so. Will be an interesting time to be a U.S. citizen...
    Totally agree. In my opinion, the GOP could do themselves a huge favor by backing off many of the social stances they currently hold. Especially when it comes to gay marriage. I think most people under 30 could care less about "traditional marriage". Sure it would piss off some Christians, but they'll keep voting Republican. I can see that Renaissance happening. Just look at the trends. Agnostics and Atheists are increasing (certainly doesn't help the GOP). The ratio of minorities to whites is also increasing. That's why I said the GOP really needs to go after the Latino vote. If they lose a majority of the SW states, then they'll have a really hard time winning a general election. If the Latino vote ends up pushing Florida to more of a Wisconsin/Pennsylvania like state in terms of leaning left, then the Republicans are really screwed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JackFinfan View Post
    Totally agree. In my opinion, the GOP could do themselves a huge favor by backing off many of the social stances they currently hold. Especially when it comes to gay marriage. I think most people under 30 could care less about "traditional marriage". Sure it would piss off some Christians, but they'll keep voting Republican. I can see that Renaissance happening. Just look at the trends. Agnostics and Atheists are increasing (certainly doesn't help the GOP). The ratio of minorities to whites is also increasing. That's why I said the GOP really needs to go after the Latino vote. If they lose a majority of the SW states, then they'll have a really hard time winning a general election. If the Latino vote ends up pushing Florida to more of a Wisconsin/Pennsylvania like state in terms of leaning left, then the Republicans are really screwed.
    I think its important to point out what the Republican party has done to women the last few years. Now, women bashing isnt something new, but the positions they have taken just to oppose Democrats has been mind boggling. Trying to redefine "rape", limiting birth control, and forcing women to go through invasive acts for legal medical procedures is ****ing retarded. It does nothing but inflame females and only the most diehard conservative women will stick with that. For the life of me, i cant figure out why many of these politicians publically back such short sighted measures.

    As you and Locke pointed out, there is a movement of "out with the old, in with the new". Politicians should be catering to these new generations. Abortions are a bit of a "safe" subject because there are religious implications and because its not something thats going to change anytime soon. Trying to decide what is the correct form of Rape does nothing but alienate a voter block. As well, if conservatives think women dont notice the fact that Viagra is covered under health insurance but birth control pills "shouldnt be", they are mistaken.

    The past few months ive been getting a bit frustrated with the notion that "social issues" arent important. Now, im not going to go all Rick Santorum about it and if given a choice between fixing the economy or allowing gays to get married ill pick the former over the latter everyday of the week, but i recognize that these issues are important to the people that have to deal with it. Many of these issues arent issues at all for younger generations, they are considered the norm. And that will quickly become a problem for many politicians from the right to adapt to.
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