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In a just world, Jackson would be reduced to store front preaching from the same backwater in South Carolina he came from. If the heads of the businesses mentioned had any backbone, they could help send him there.
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Being Pro-English Is Also Pro-Immigrant

954 Wrote: Jun 06, 2014 7:16 AM
"Let's hope voters have more sense and compassion than their elected leaders." You mean the same people who re-elect people like Brown, Boxer and Pelosi time and again? LOL....I'll be laughing about that all day.
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Hillary Versus the Truth on Benghazi

954 Wrote: Jun 04, 2014 10:27 AM
Well said. Hillary sat in as a US Senator and basically did nothing for however many years before she resigned. No accomplishments, no major bills introduced or written. A third-string bench warmer in every sense of the word. Then she moved on to Secretary of State. Fly around the world making foolish gestures, make small talk and have teas with every tin horn dictator in the world. Nothing notable accomplished or gained. I guess that's a step up compared to a man whose main accomplishments in life were two egotistical autobiographies and the role of "community organizer".
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Hillary Versus the Truth on Benghazi

954 Wrote: Jun 04, 2014 10:17 AM
I could match your cynical card with mine and say that she'll fall down again during her campaign and hit her head hard enough so she doesn't get up--either on her feet or in the polls. However, I'm hoping that after eight years of the inept, incompetent, clown-car administration of the psuedo intellectual Barry Sotero, the people who stayed away from voting for Romney will get off their behinds and vote for other than Clinton.
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Barack Obama, Judge of Life or Death

954 Wrote: Jun 04, 2014 9:59 AM
Wake up Mr. Shapiro. American citizenship is malleable; given out capriciously and freely to almost anyone who can get on our soil and hang around long enough without getting kicked out. Just ask anyone who benefited from amnesty, birth-right citizenship, green card lotteries, illegal and scam marriages and any one of the innumerable ways the system can be played leading to permanent residence and citizenship. it may take a while, but once you're in the system you don't have to worry about being deported, can usually work, and eventually you get rewarded.
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HBO's Dreadful Reagan Lie

954 Wrote: May 30, 2014 9:21 AM
Isn't that the same Kramer who, on the one hand, demanded more and more resources be spent on AIDS, yet actively supported keeping gay bathhouses-- a main source for the spread of the virus-- open?
It must be a lesson in terminal frustration to exist as this clown Toure´, and a lot of black psuedo-intellectuals. From the lily white world of his private schools, to the insouciance of white liberals who let him play at black radicalism-- and let him make a living at it-- he's constantly searching for non-existent black achievement to compare to the world he lives in where nearly every social, political, cultural (except for music) and economic standard was created by whites of European descent. His frustration, combined with arrogance and a limited intellect, make for some incredibly stupid statements. He doesn't have to worry though; unless he wakes up white one day, he'll get a pass for everything he says or does.
Being unemployed and unable to find a position in my field, I was wondering if the owner would consider me for a caretaker. Being poor, yet surrounded by the trappings of wealth, would do much for my self esteem. Please pass this on to Hong Kong.
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Harry Reid's Dementia? No. Deception!

954 Wrote: May 19, 2014 8:29 AM
With a demeanor like Lurch and a voice like a woman, he's the poster boy for term limits.
"College years are formative years where young minds formulate opinions on the world around them—to only be exposed to certain views and encouraged to think one way, is detrimental to our students." Yes, college years are formative years, but one can only hope that for a majority of them, age will bring experience and wisdom; and once their future years are tempered with the cold steel of reality, they'll realize what a bunch of rubbish they were fed.
Americans are slobs and dress like it nearly everywhere. I've seen kids in church dressed in tank tops, basketball shorts and flip flops. Last weekend, I saw a kid at a symphony performance with his mother (I'll assume), dressed in a t-shirt, cargo shorts and tennis shoes. She was dressed slightly better, but apparently made no attempt to question him about his wardrobe choices. No standards, no class, no taste, no respect.
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