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The 1911 Pistol

Bat11 Wrote: Jul 17, 2014 6:05 AM
Accompanying photo...there's four rules...he's breaking three of them.
Yes, the Log Cabin Republicans have been around for a long time. When you think about it, gay couples generally have higher incomes, higher taxes and could give two toots about the abortion issue and the WAR ON WOMEN™
Just an opinion. Gay activist incrementalism will never end. Regardless of what rights are recognized, privileges are granted and criticisms are muted; what they really want is 100% unconditional acceptance...by everyone. I think they'll be in business for a good long time but the general public will become weary of it all.
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The Real Vote Fraud

Bat11 Wrote: May 11, 2014 10:29 AM
This is why mass voter registration drives and motor voter are valuable for the fraudsters. In the long run they create a huge bank of "non-voters" to be exploited. This is also how "dead people" vote and why certain groups fight to stop the purging of voter rolls.
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The Real Vote Fraud

Bat11 Wrote: May 11, 2014 10:25 AM
As some others have said, there is massive voter fraud in some states and virtually all of it is systematic abuse of the absentee voting process; where habitual non voters (public record) have ballots requested in their names by the fraudsters. It is enough to change results in close races and therefore receives maximum effort in some states and districts.
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Obama's Phony Ambivalence on Keystone

Bat11 Wrote: May 06, 2014 8:01 PM
Sorry David, you have completely mis-analyzed this. "it may have appeared to some that Obama had thrown overboard some of his red-state Democratic senators up for re-election" The President has drawn this issue out over the maximum number of election cycles. The latest gambit is to give the 6-8 red state Democrat senators some cover so they can exclaim "I oppose Obama on Keystone" ...vote for me...I hate Obama, too. Democrats will sacrifice any principle and any amount of money to save those few seats and their majority in Harry Reid's Senate. All of their money will be diverted to those 6-8 seats.
Sterling's racism a symptom of America's "legacy of race and slavery and segregation." Sterling's parents immigrated in the 1920's. He was raised in Boyle Heights, Los Angeles, one of LA's most racially and ethnically diverse neighborhoods, at the time. I can't really conjure up how Sterling's attitudes grew from a legacy of slavery and segregation.
or conversely, it's PC oversensitive whiner versus an entire university or at least the university fraternity system. So, who started the outrage over small things? And who is actually affected by the outrage in even the smallest way? I think certainly the Greeks are affected. And I think the Townhall readers see their cultural anchors dissolving. They will not go quietly. Culture is and will always be an important element to human survival and advancement.
Cinco de Mayo is not a national holiday in Mexico. It originated in Puebla to honor the first Battle of Puebla against the French, but was mostly celebrated by Mexican Americans starting in the 1860's. By the way, Taco Bell should be fined $2.5 million and banned for life for appropriating latino/latina culture for business purposes.
Approximately 16,000 Division 1 scholarship football players. Fewer than 100 of them will find a spot on an NFL team in a given year and fewer than half of those will make a career of pro football. In the mean time, the scholarship players get room, board, tuition and books for four years. As anyone up to their neck in student loans can tell you, that is worth $20,000-$60,000 per year, in kind, tax free. The revenue sports provide the money to pay for all the non-revenue sport scholarships, coaches and facilities; about 150,000 other student athletes including women's bowling, softball, track, swimming, volleyball and gymnastics. Don't want to play big time college football, then don't. Get a job. Go to community college. Try another sport that has professional teams for people without college experience. There are about 5,000 minor league baseball players. Their average salary is $5,000 per year.
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