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Sports Writer: The NRA is the New KKK

Blair31 Wrote: Dec 06, 2012 11:30 AM
My advice to rbartlett who thinks I made my previous post up, who called my previous post "creative but misleading history", is to look it up. The Ku Klux Klan was so powerful in the 1920s that it expanded beyond the South. I did a research paper on the Ku Klux Klan in high school. The facts I cited were from a two-hour special on the History Channel back in the 2000s. Those are the facts. A sex scandal, resulting the rape and murder of a Klan secretary, led to the downfall of the Klan in Indiana. As Glenn Beck says: "Don't take my word for it. Look it up."
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Sports Writer: The NRA is the New KKK

Blair31 Wrote: Dec 05, 2012 6:29 PM
No, rbartlett. It's neither creative, nor is it misleading. I did a research paper on the Ku Klux Klan in high school. Back in the 2000s, there was a program about the Ku Klux Klan on the History Channel. Back in the 1920s, the Ku Klux Klan expanded into the North. They were in Indiana and other northern states. The chief of staff of Indiana's Republican governor was a Klansman. Indiana's Republican governor was also a Klansman. The chief of staff was involved in a sex scandal that resulted in the rape and murder of a secretary. I can't think of the secretary's name. The chief of staff had files on ALL Klansmen in Indiana just in case he was brought down. He could, and did, bring others down with him. I suggest you look it up.
Margaret Thatcher, in her best Churchillian echo, said the following: "Socialism is a good idea until they start running out of other people's money."
How about cutting the budget, and the deficit, by $10 trillion dollars? How can we do that? Let's privatize Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid. In short, let's adopt the Chilean Model. What else? How about getting rid of the superannuated M16? There are plenty of alternatives, including the H&K 416, and the H&K XM8, as well as others.
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Five New ObamaCare Taxes Coming January 1

Blair31 Wrote: Nov 28, 2012 2:07 PM
Pravda said it best: "The Communists have won due to an illiterate population." DA, TOVARICH? DA!
Science and religion are at odds over this. Earth, Mars, and the rest of the solar system, are 4.5-billion-years-old. How can we tell? The rocks. Religion says that Earth was created in 4004 BC. If you've seen either the original 1959 film version of the play Inherit the Wind, which is a dramatization of the "Scopes Monkey Trial," of 1925, which saw the two greatest lawyers in American history, fight each other in the courtroom: Clarence Darrow, who was hired to defend John Scopes by the ACLU, (back when it meant something), and two-time presidential candidate William Jennings Bryan, who was brought in as a special prosecutor. What was John Scopes tried for? Teaching evolution in violation of a Tennessee state law that was repealed in 1967.
Nanny Obama strikes.
Red Dawn, both the 1984 original, and the 2012 remake, are dated. Communists don't need to invade this country. All they have to do is subvert it from the inside. In 1922, Mussolini "led" the Fascists' march on Rome. In 1933, Hitler, through the connivance of Franz von Papen, Hitler became Chancellor of Weimar Germany, and ultimately, Der Fuhrer. Another program that didn't get good reviews, or ratings, was the 1987 ABC miniseries Amerika.
So much for Obama wanting to "bring manufacturing jobs home." I remember back in the late '80s and early '90s, when Walmart, (then written as Wal*Mart), had an ad campaign called "Bring it home to the USA." NBC's Dateline NBC did a report on Walmart had imported clothes from India instead of having them made here.
Now that Obama's been reelected, watch him do the following: Richard Nixon hated the 25th Amendment and wanted to repeal it. Obama will probably succeed where Nixon failed. Why? So he can run for a third term in four years. Also, watch him introduce a law calling for the de jure nationalization of the Lapdog Media. If he can't get it legislatively, he'll get it administratively.
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