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First Step for Ferguson

cedar rebellion Wrote: Aug 24, 2014 6:49 AM
Since you don't know, why not restrict yourself to the facts? Saying the Ferguson PD was bad ignores the nearly immediate full court MSM, Democrat rush. The fact is you've no facts to support you assertions. We may know after the trial, provided Wilson's defense is sufficiently funded. After all, it's what Sourthern Democrats do -- lynch those they don't like; been doing it since 1865.
But it does cause male impotence, sea levels to rise, tornados, hurricanes, increases in ticks, Ebola, etc...
It's great seeing the Left in the wild. Love the family quote. Explains Ferguson, for example. And to think her parents didn't abort her?
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The Problem With The Right Part 2

cedar rebellion Wrote: Aug 17, 2014 7:44 AM
What he's talking about is the Steve Forbes campaigning method. It went along these lines: A reporter would ask his views on ; Forbes would respond with "Glad you asked that question. That is another reason we need a flat tax and here's why ....". Drove the Lefties in the media to the point of drooling. The point is never, ever, even think about answering any of the media's "questions". They're all scripted and set ups. Do the Forbes shuffle.
Ah yes, another person who skipped over the first two sentences of the Declaration of Independence. Check the signatures sometime. See who wrote it. Blathering. It's a good thing. America. Be proud of blatherers.
Meryl Streep quotes: She reports being rather star-struck when meeting president Obama, saying: "I think it is thrilling to have someone who is thoughtful and can articulate with a certain amount of passion and dispassion, the necessary choices that we have in the world." And: "I follow no doctrine. I don't belong to a church or a temple or a synagogue or an ashram (HIndu religion." A clever way to say aethist. And her movies? Hardly as touted. Even this one simply means the State should be somewhat less brutal even though the State makes, on average, better choices. Streep is better at playing the neutral than her other buddies but far left radical she is. And giving your money to see the films she "stars" is just like giving the left the money they use to defeat you. So, make a "good" choice this summer.
For conspiracy theorists putting forth the storyline of Obama never leaving office, this would be the start of Obama declaring martial law. It'd make a good fiction story and, if four letter words are not used, would be vastly more entertaining than the Hollywood filfth industry.
Goebbels. The Left learned the lesson a century ago and have been "religiously" pursuing propaganda "spins" ever sense. The Dem "focus" groups focus on which words, phrases "work", not whether they're "accurate", "good", etc. Lots of conservatives seem to not want to play the game. The GOP "elite" may know how to play it but think about those exciting folks named Boehner, McConnell, McCain, Dole, etc. For these reasons, the Left's only obstacle is their natural progression from winning, to rulling to chaos since, when they actually have to produce, their theories simply never work beyond a 1 person commune.
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Mend, Don’t End, the VA

cedar rebellion Wrote: Aug 13, 2014 7:14 AM
I vote to end it. Put them on Medicare. Sadly, the incremental cost for Medicare might be more expensive than keeping the existing VA. It IS Washingtion, after all.
And that's exactly how the GOP in Washington thinks the nations problems will be resolved. Should they win the White House, the Senate and the House in 2016 they'll do nothing. That is, at best, they'll do nothing; at worst they'll "compromise in a bipartisan way". ¿Hablas español?
Europe and the Western Democracies learned their lesson in the aftermath of WWII. One must first establish a much better legal reason to kill the Jew. They all stood aside while Himmler and his organization slaughtered them but now, with the West's legal system, they can get back on the sidelines and watch while another group takes a wack at them.
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