And what do the Koch brothers have to do with the Castro brothers?
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kinda off topic, aren't cha bub?
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worried american--prob true, but that is better than north dakota where we are in the 1850s. the legislature said no primary seat belt law because that should be freedom of choice. of course, the same republicans voted in the strictest abortion law they could. i guess that ISN'T freedom of choice. hypocrisy, anyone?
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JFK had that information.
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Brothers will be brothers....
Charles and David H. Koch each own 42% of Koch Industries, and Charles has stated that the company will publicly offer shares "literally over my dead body".
Reminds me of a really big Bay of Pigs but come on...
In 1995, Koch reported over 300 oil spills which dumped an estimated 3 million gallons of oil into lakes and streams across 6 states.
In March 1999, Koch Petroleum Group acknowledged that it had negligently dumped hundreds of thousands of gallons of aviation fuel into wetlands from its refinery in Rosemount, Minnesota, and that it had illegally dumped a million gallons of high-ammonia wastewater onto the ground and into the Mississippi River. Koch Petroleum paid a $6 million fine and $2 million in remediation costs, and was ordered to serve three years of probation...
Fidel was quoted as saying..... "Normalizing relations with America Over my dead body" "Only if the Koch brothers were out of the picture"
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A government controlled by one person, or a small group of people. In this form of government the power rests entirely on the person or group of people, and can be obtained by force or by inheritance. The dictator(s) may also take away much of its peoples' freedom.
Anyone notice the similarity to our own Government?
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yeah...Castro is still there (barely) But because he is a "dictator". If the United States were ruled by a dictator, I'm sure there would be a dictator still in power that could rival Castro. But because we are a democracy, we are allowed to vote for our leaders. Just thought you might want to know that there is a difference between a dictatorship and democracy...because you don't seem to understand the difference between the two.
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now muleskinner, we, ourselves, the voters of ND voted for smoke-free environments, to remove all ashtrays from every public and work site, including tractors, etc. We are doing a pretty good job of killing our OWN freedom. At least the House voted to allow us to keep our ashtrays and the Tobacco Coalition should pay for all the stickers for all the entrances and NO stickers need to be put on garage doors of businesses.
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Yes in Cuba you can take a step back in time to the 1950's!
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hahaha good stuff muleskinner!
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Castro has been the el presidente of Cuba for 54 years or so.
Castro has outlasted Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon, Ford, Carter, Reagan, Bush, Clinton, Bush, and my guess is that he will still be the leader of Cuba after Obama's term has expired.
Cuba is still there.
Besides, it would be nice to leave Guantanamo and visit with the locals once in a while. Cigars and rum, and I am sure that in Cuba there is no smoke free environments like there is here in socialist North Dakota.
Probably more freedom under Castro than under the goofballs who occupy time and space the North Dakota legislature.
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