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Glib 'Happy Talk'

2nd Fundamentalist Wrote: Feb 17, 2015 12:25 PM
I am reading a book called The War for Asia, by Edgar Snow, published 1942. In it, Snow points out that many other nations, such as France, Belgium, Philippines, etc., fell quickly before the Nazi or Japanese onslaught, but China soldiered on and fought the Japanese to a standstill. The backwards nation of China had to industrialize village by village, spread out, so no one industrial city could be bombed into oblivion. And it was the Communists, spreading the idea of a democratic republic (imagine that), that garnered support from the common people to fight the Japanese. Unfortunately, the Kuomintang (Chiang Kai-shek's party) did not spread the idea of democracy. All the more amazing when you realize that the Communists were fighting the Kuomintang and both were fighting the Japanese at the same time, though the two opposing Chinese armies did have truces between them at times.
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The Anchor America Deserves

2nd Fundamentalist Wrote: Feb 12, 2015 11:21 PM
Fantastic! Great job! Good biography! (Of course, I'm assuming this is all true!)
We will have no spine in foreign policy until we get a Republican (hopefully conservative) president. The millennials and all those other young liberals who voted for Obama will be paying for it in terms of more future global conflict; their vote (and Obama's actions) will have brought the world to a tipping point of perhaps another world war. A good many liberal voters will be the boots on the ground!
I don't care what excuse this guy has. Execute him, forthwith.
Well, science and technology majors do get a good education. These include physics, chemistry, botany, zoology, pre-med and pre-vet, pharmacy, and related disciplines, such as the engineering majors, mathematics, computer science, and all that related high technology stuff. It's when you get into the liberal arts majors and social sciences that you run the gamut of "liberalism." They don't call it a "conservative arts" major, you know. But, of course, the meaning of liberal arts have changed over the decades.
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Obama's Bloody Yemen Disaster

2nd Fundamentalist Wrote: Jan 23, 2015 5:12 PM
During Obama's first term, a friend told me that Obama is a muslim. I didn't believe him then, but I'm starting to believe him now! Of course, not all muslms are radical jihadists, but Obama seems to have the seeds of sympathy for the jihadists. How else to explain all of his actions. Now, when it comes time to pay the piper--next, during a Republican administration, I hope---all of the liberals will lay the blame at the Republican president's feet, just as they blamed 9/11 on George W. Bush's feet when he had only been in office some 8 months. Never mind that Bill Clinton had 8 years to take out Bin Laden; no, such facts escape the liberal brain. So, all of the groundwork laid under Obama’s administration will come back to haunt us in the future, perhaps something much worse than 9/11.
The tolerant can no longer tolerate the intolerant.
I don't think it's only the economy. NY, NJ, and CT are all anti-gun states. The 2nd Amendment establishes the right of an armed citizenry. Unfortunately, for the 3 states mentioned, in the main, the politicians--both Democrats and Republicans---do not believe in the fundamentals of the 2nd Amendment. Most Northeastern Democrats and Republicans believe in an "assault weapons" ban. True freedom allows for an armed citizenry. I laugh at CT's moniker as the "Constitution State."
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Random Thoughts

2nd Fundamentalist Wrote: Dec 30, 2014 1:35 PM
What specifically did Bush lie about?
Another great article. I hope Schlichter's predictions hold true for 2016. The only problem is that there are still many, many people who believe the liberals' lies. Look at CO, CT, and NY, who re-elected their gun-hating governors. I'm afraid more bad things will be coming to America before we can turn the tide more resolutely.
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