|shoot some missiles at kadafi curtispepperz|
proposal: goddamn kadafi is killing people who want to get rid of him. I propose we take a missile submarine over there and shoot missiles at his house and kill his sons and all the generals. also we should fire a missile at any statue of him and if they have torture police (more)
Japan apologizes for pearl harbor before my tax dollars help them armydad
drill more oil in Africa doubleddwightproposal: Because gasoline is too expensive and the american economy needs gasoline to drive our trucks how do you think you get your pizza ingredients and your lionel trains mail ordered off of ebay you get it from gasoline well if buttcrack obuttmoms won't drill up perfectly good USA oil or give the leases for offshore drilling then we should give leases for (more)
BAN GEORGE SOROS FROM USA FOR TREASON nra4ever
Nuke pakistan wendy_usa1proposal: we all know osama bin ladin is up in pakistan and this goes alongside my navy seals in pakistan proposal please vote that up also we need to IMMEDIATELY launch a retalitory nuclear attack on pakistan with 4-6 nuclear bombs on their cities to be sure we eliminate osama bin laden also wait until the navy seals (more)
Navy Seal in pakistan wendy_usa1
is there a way we could have a peace treaty autism_vaccmom
EVERYDAY IS HALLOWEEN boohalloweentom
Gradual Reduction of US Troops Abroad sensiblemanfred
proposal: Due to mission creep, a lack of clear objectives, and budgetary problems, I propose that we accelerate troop reductions in Afghanistan and Iraq to remove all US forces before 2012. A strategic draw-down of US forces in other nations, including Germany, Japan, South Korea, and elsewhere could help control (more)
Maria Mitchell is shown holding a telescope to each eye, using them to ogle passing hunks on the street below. OOOGA! Her tongue rolls out like a firehose, her eyes comically bulging through the ends of the telescopes.
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