couldn't be better 
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LRU graduate, retired Pharmaceutical Operations Manager, taught Chemistry/Physics at Bigelow, current raise vegetables and sheep in eastern Faulkner County

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Updated on January 12, 2012 at 9:50 PM

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Re: “The Democrat-Gazette still fond of white supremacists, in spite of themselves

Cotton can go against windmills while the rest of the country tries to move forward but I expect we will be unrepresented if he gets elected as he hasn't done anything but carpetbag the state with millions of ads bought and paid for by his out-if-state masters to get elected. He has no ties here except his parents and sooner or later, the people of Arkansas will wake up but it will take being hurt more than we need by someone who will take away their SS, Medicare, and Medicaid that the people of this state depends on along with SNAP, WIC, and his dad's farm subsidies. He might do one thing-totally wipe out the small communities across the state for as you lose the ag money, you lose the banks and equipment dealers and probably the grocers. What a price to pay for such a shallow, amoral POS!

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Posted by couldn't be better on 10/31/2014 at 10:13 AM

Re: “Delta Caucus criticizes Tom Cotton for skipping meeting

The Delta Caucus acts thought that Tom Cotton thought about doing anything for Arkansas? Hell, look at his record for the past 2 years. Ate the food, took the money, did absolutely nothing to earn a promotion to dog catcher, much less a U S Senator. The man is a POS totally owned by Koch and friends (Now Huckabuck's buddies?).

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Posted by couldn't be better on 10/31/2014 at 8:39 AM

Re: “The demagogues must be crazy

Don't let the door hit you in the butt, Huckabuck.

I think the current group of idiot lawmakers are a sign that home schooling isn't doing the job it should be. And Cotton is too intelligent (not smart) to know that his ISIS statement isn't pure bullshit, that's far better than regular old BS!. The local yokels, however, are stupid enough to really think that Arkansas has anything to offer ISIS.

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Posted by couldn't be better on 10/30/2014 at 9:00 PM

Re: “Violent Republicans; male strippers; credit card debt. It's the 11th hour of Election 2014

While the Tea Party people are feeling so holier-than-thou, they need to remember that the overly religious Sharia Law-promoting religious bigots in the South and across the West. There certainly aren't enough members of the liturgical churches (RCC, Episcopal, Lutheran) in these states to make this area the on-line porn capitol of the world.

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Posted by couldn't be better on 10/30/2014 at 4:35 PM

Re: “Bill Clinton to make another Arkansas campaign swing

It seems like the District Superintendent didn't do his/her job, not the campaign, if that is what happened.

Who rained on your parade, maggie? Couldn't get a front row sweat?

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Posted by couldn't be better on 10/30/2014 at 4:26 PM

Re: “Democrat-Gazette Sunday circulation rises with 52,237 free papers

The ADG for free as a wrapper? That's about what their editorial page is worth.

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Posted by couldn't be better on 10/30/2014 at 4:19 PM

Re: “The Democratic push for black voter turnout unsettles white Republicans

I lived in Ferguson in 1966 for one year in a rental before buying a house in Florissant, the nest town to the north. At that time, Ferguson was mostly rental units for engineers employed my McDonald-Douglas at the airport about 2 exits up on I-70 to the west. It was mainly a a city of people in transit from one town to another as whole teams were hired and released at a time and then would go to Boeing or Lockheed, etc. When McDonald-Douglas was bought and the aircraft manufacturing of jets (they made the F4 Phantoms and F15 Eagles there), a lot of the town emptied and a lot of the line workers on a production line that produced 2 Phantom jets a day at the height of the war were suddenly unemployed at the same time the car companies in St Louis were also slowing or shutting down. That created a town, a bedroom suburb of St Louis, at a period of transition. While they doesn't excuse any actions by anyone, maybe it gives you some history of the area..

I was back in Ferguson attending a program at the airport hotel 2 years ago, had lunch one day at the Ferguson train station which was empty when I lived there and is now a small sandwich shop and later at an Italian restaurant in the downtown business district and the meal was very good. Neither were there earlier and they weren't many eating places at all (pre-Mickey D's everywhere).

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Posted by couldn't be better on 10/30/2014 at 12:01 PM

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