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Kinda On A Roll

Eyvind Kinrif’s Day is almost upon us. Another guy who got tortured for not converting so he’s celebrated.

Monday February 8th: The Governor of Maine is it at it again. 181 more words

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"A National Embarrassment": Maine Gov. LePage; Bring Back The Guillotine

Maine Gov. Paul LePage says the guillotine should be brought back so there can be public executions of drug traffickers.

In a radio interview Tuesday on… 237 more words

Chris Christie

Maine Gov. Paul LePage Calls For Public Executions Of Drug Dealers

Maine Gov. Paul LePage is under fire again after making racist statements and sweeping generalizations earlier this month about Black men, calling them drug dealers who travel to the state to impregnate White women. 295 more words

Entertainment

"The Guillotine Finds A Modern-Day U.S. Proponent": Maine's Idiotic Gov Paul 'Rage' LePage Wants To Roll Back The Clock

Capital punishment has evolved over time, but the progression tends to move in one direction. As we discussed last year, those who believe that the government should have the authority to kill its own citizens have adapted over time to changing norms and technologies. 284 more words

Republicans

"Bring back the guillotine," Maine Gov. Paul LePage

Maine should bring back the guillotine for serious offenders

1/26/16 -CNN – Maine Gov. Paul LePage says his state is too easy on drug crimes, suggesting it should bring back the guillotine for serious offenders.

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... I Agree -- You should Show IDs for Food Stamp use [#US House]...

.. it seems that the guts that Maine Governor Paul LePage has showed is spreading down to Washington , D.C. …

.. somehow , LePage was re – elected Governor of Maine . 225 more words

Personal Opinion

You Have Obviously Never Sold Drugs

10 January 2016

Governor Paul LePage

Office of the Maine Governor

#1 State House Station

Augusta, ME 04333

Dear Governor LePage:

I want to thank you for apologizing for your absurd and racially tinged comments. 772 more words

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