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Oprah Hosts Obama's Mia Culpa 2020

A7 Wrote: Jan 28, 2013 9:57 AM
Second that -- it's irritating to see such an obvious doofus-error. Screams poorly educated. However, it was likely the Townhall editor's fault, as columns typically have their titles given (or changed) by editorial staff.
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The 'Pansi-fication' of the Male Left

A7 Wrote: Jan 28, 2013 9:52 AM
Thank you for speaking to, and for, the hundreds of thousands of us out here who agree wholeheartedly. It has been a discouraging several decades of baby boomer, leftist-progressive influence over our educational, political and other public arenas. It wasn't until I was in my late 20's that I realized what a load of garbage this progressive indoctrination was, and how incredibly destructive -- not only to the American way of life, but to Life in general, from murdering the unborn to making life for the living more onerous with each passing decade. Praying God will give His men the spine they are so sorely lacking, so they can be the men they are supposed to be, freeing up women from the impossible task of having to be the men!
Haha! Considering NJ and NYC voted overwhelmingly for OBummer, you would expect a new yorker to attack anyone who criticizes Jersey's fave blowhard. These fools are convinced that NYC and Jersey are the only places on the planet worth living in. What a bunch of dopes!
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Sound Policy is Sound Politics

A7 Wrote: Jan 11, 2013 4:08 PM
Oh for Pete's sake. Over and over the Repulipukes "strategically retreat" and just as consistently the dopey Republican apologists wring their hands and ask, "Why haven't they learned their lesson??" They are doing EXACTLY what they intend to do, and fooling the sincerely dopey party loyalists. The Republican establishment will only circle its wagons and fires its guns at conservatives -- with a consistency and enthusiasm that is disturbing. And the Useful Idiots in the ranks are perpetually perplexed...
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The Death of Depth

A7 Wrote: Jan 08, 2013 3:57 PM
She's passable when she's commentating on superficial subjects such as whether or not the youth of today can write or even think at all with any level of depth. On more substantive subjects she is the one who consistently demonstrates a lack of depth. I keep hoping a lack of interest in the commentary section will cause Townhall to drop her as a regular columnist.
The individuals who become irrational and verbally violent are not the ones who support one's right to keep and bear arms as delineated in the 2nd Amendment. Please stay in Paris, and leave the governance of the United States of America to the Americans.
But bigotry won. Race-baiting won. Discrimination won. Big time.
Lovely verses. Are we to assume you advocate bending over and taking it in the ... as the ultimate act of loving our enemies? Self-defense includes defense of our faith.
What is wrong with packing your OWN LUNCH?? Who is too poor to afford a loaf of bread and some peanut butter and jelly? Or some tuna fish? Or lunch meat & cheese? Food stamps will buy that! We've done that all our kids' lives, poor or not. I don't personally care what kind of garbage the school cafeteria is serving, because we don't bother to eat it. Are people really so dependent that they can't either make their kids' lunch (if they're still small) or teach their children to make their own lunch? Get a grip!
So, what will you do? Vote for Obama again? Or just drop out & not vote at all? You know, this two party system has been a disappointment for as long as I've been alive. Bottom line is: it's failed because we "ordinary citizens" have left it to the "professionals" to do the tedious work of governing us. What did we expect, really? This whole thing will not turn around by annointing some kind of Tea Party King to lead us to some Promised Land. Our country will turn around when we "ordinary citizens" decide to commit -- to inconvenience ourselves by getting involved in our own governance. Period.
Ryan's speech underscores the concern of numerous conservatives that this ticket is some kind of "light" version of progressive government. Same 'ol, same 'ol. This is supported by the enthusiastic attacks on every conservative and libertarian candidate running -- attacks by the GOP, specifically. (Of course the liberals will attack conservatives...duh.) In any event, this is the choice presented to the American voter. And given that choice, I will vote Romney/Ryan. It's a no-brainer. But bear in mind: These are not our versions of The One. WE NEED TO DO OUR OWN GOVERNING!
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