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  • US Politics Vol. 6: A Song of Fire and Fury - The Winds of Midterms

    So my hope is that because Murkowski and Collins hold the swing votes in the Senate that Trump will have to nominate a moderate pick more like Kennedy. Also, Flake can hold his feet to the fire over the tariffs if he really wants to. Personally, even though I identify as a conservative/moderate, I am pro-choice and believe that since Roe v. Wade has been the law of the land for so long that it shouldn't be rolled back. If he nominates a born again elk hunter with a tattoo of the confederate flag on his ass then it will only energize the Left more. 
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  • Trailers and Upcoming Movies Thread

    MrX said:
    Anyone else pumped for Creed II??

    Def looking forward to that! Michael B Jordan was great in the first one and has been killing it. Need to watch Fahrenheit 457 (think that’s the name of it) that he is in.
  • Trailers and Upcoming Movies Thread

    Looking forward to this a whole lot more now!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Best car for a family???? Help!

    Ended up going with the Impreza hatch. Has plenty of room, and if we need to take the dogs around we can use my wife's rav4. Got a top of the line model with all the trimmings and for $40 less a month than either the Honda or VW. Best thing is my car payments will be cut from $509 a month to just over $300 :-) Thanks for all the advice and support!
  • Best car for a family???? Help!

    Soooooo my wife is pregnant with our first child (just found out it's a girl!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!) and as much as I love my Chevy Colorado it isn't the most practical car for us, the baby and our two big dogs. Also, $509 a month in car payments for the truck doesn't help either. Since I tend to switch cars every couple of years we have started looking at leasing and have a few options. Wanted to see if folks here had any advice or suggestions based on what we are looking at! 

    - Subaru Impreza 5 door (kinda small for us and the dogs but can get it as low as $320 on the lease fully loaded)
    - Volkswagen Tiguan (bigger, plenty of room and we can get the mid-range model for around $360-370, also has a 3rd row that can fit small kids. Its the new model so lot bigger than the old Tiguan)
    - Subaru Outback (big enough, comfy and subaru's hold their value. Again around $360-370 but fewer options available for tech and extras)
    - Honda CR-V (I hated the way the older ones looked but the new 2018 models look good, has plenty of tech and probably be around the same as the Tiguan and Outback)
    - Mazda CX-5 (looks good, leather seats, all the tech I could want and same price wise as the others aside from the Impreza)

    Anyone with a thought or experience with these cars, and of course folks with kids, please sound off and help a redneck out!!!!!

    Love ya'll,