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March 25, 2010 Benjamin Netanyahu was left to stew in a White House meeting room for over an hour after President Barack Obama abruptly walked out of tense talks to have supper with his family, it emerged on Thursday. September 24, 2012 The White House didn’t even try to come up with a valid excuse for the president’s snub of Netanyahu. It said that the president would arrive in New York for the UN on Monday, September 24 and depart on Tuesday, September 25, and Netanyahu wouldn’t arrive in New York until later in the week. But that explanation didn’t wash, because Netanyahu offered to go to Washington if New York wasn’t convenient. To a WH that has a history of snubbing Netanyahu, let he who is without sin cast the first stone.
This is the kind of candidate the GOP needs to be taking a hard look at. Someone who's quick on his feet and has experience running things. Same reason we need to be looking more closely at Scott Walker, Mike Huckabee, and Rick Perry.
And it will either be Bush's or his successors fault.
People need to email their congressman and request that NBPC and FAIR concerns are addressed before voting to pass this bill. This is very easy to do. I just did it with my congressman.
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Basic Economics

Bill2365 Wrote: Jan 14, 2015 12:11 AM
Thomas Sowell is the man.
This is the problem when you're responding to an allegation over something that happened 12 years ago. Sometimes it's hard to remember what actually happened. Scalise took the steps to make it right in case he had. But it doesn't surprise me that he didn't get all the facts right, most notably that he spoke to a different group that met at the same place as the white supremacists, but at a different time. It's an easy mistake to make.
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Who's Responsible?

Bill2365 Wrote: Dec 23, 2014 11:14 AM
True enough. But the kind of racism in view here, the kind that gets people killed, is much rarer than the likes of Obama, Holder, de Blasio, Sharpton, and others would have you believe.
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Who's Responsible?

Bill2365 Wrote: Dec 23, 2014 10:20 AM
Thomas Sowell made a comment in a past column that has stuck with me and bears repeating. He said, "Racism is not dead. But it is on life support, being kept alive by politicians, race hustlers, and activists who gain by keeping it alive." The tragedy of the two NYPD officers illustrates all three in action. You have the politicians (Obama, Holder, de Blasio), race hustlers (Sharpton and Jackson), and activists (people marching in demonstrations while chanting, "What do we want? Dead cops! When do we want them? Now!) inflame tensions until some lone wolf acts on those tensions. Then after tragedy results, they act all outraged. What a bunch of hypocrites!
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Why We Do What We Do

Bill2365 Wrote: Dec 21, 2014 8:45 PM
Good article. We shouldn't be discouraged if the tide of society turns against the morality of the God of the Bible. God is still sovereign in creation. C. H. Spurgeon said it best. "It would be easy to show that at our present rate of progress the kingdoms of this world never could become the kingdom of our Lord and of His Christ. Indeed, many in the Church are giving up the idea of it except on the occasion of the advent of Christ, which, as it chimes in with our own idleness, is likely to be a popular doctrine. I myself believe that King Jesus will reign, and the idols be utterly abolished; but I expect the same power which turned the world upside down once will still continue to do it. The Holy Ghost would never suffer the imputation to rest upon His holy name that He was not able to convert the world."
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There They Go Again

Bill2365 Wrote: Dec 19, 2014 11:35 AM
Would archeology or extra-biblical sources convince you that Jesus was the Son of God in addition to being a real historical figure?
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