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Once-Peaceful Canada Turns Militaristic

Corlyss Wrote: Oct 28, 2014 2:06 AM
"bloated FOREIGN policy was to be feared." That silliness was the obsession of one small part of the Republican view point and it went out of style with Robert Taft. If you want massive humanitarian gestures, like Ebola relief, and tsunami relief, and Katrina relief, you MUST maintain large forces ready to respond in a matter of minutes, not weeks or months. That cost money. No large military, which really is the most effective arm of American foreign policy, no self-flattering rescue missions. You can't have the dessert without the main course. As it stands now, our military is too small and getting dangerously smaller.
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Once-Peaceful Canada Turns Militaristic

Corlyss Wrote: Oct 28, 2014 1:59 AM
Well, it's about da*m*n time! They made a spectacle of themselves chastising the US for provoking 9/11. They have always been a reliable ally, along with Australia and other Anglosphere nations. They can't all be New Zealand.
It won't last because Democrats will always give more money to the likes of blacks and latinos their votes than Republicans ever could.
"What good does it do for imbeciles to vote?" Silly! It doesn't do THEM any good, but it wasn't supposed to. Letting the property-less poor vote has never been about anything except keeping Democrats in power. Ditto for the plantationizing of blacks, latinos, the disabled, and seniors in the welfare system. It's politics, which for the Democrats is always war by other means.
"the why were Duncan's family in Dallas confined to their home under armed guards?" It was Texas. They haven't been rendered completely retar*ded by Political Correctness, like the east and west coasts have been.
Not long in Quinn's case. He's from Doofus' home turf. He'll fold by Tues if he hasn't already. That will leave Christie hangin' out there alone, ripe for a Holder-DoJ investigation for civil rights violations.
Doofus' minions got to Cuomo, probably nattering on in their preppy way about how Cuomo's chances for the presidency would be tarnished by this outrageous display of indifference to pooooooor li'l Ms.Hickox' unalienable right to infect her fellow citizens before she realizes she has the plague. What a total c*oc*k-up the WH ebola team has made of everything. I wish they would send Ms. Hickox to the WH immediately so Doofus can give her a right good hug ('Chelle permitting of course).
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Michael Brown and Race Hoaxes

Corlyss Wrote: Oct 24, 2014 2:38 AM
"Now racism is the province of a few kooks." Not any more. Not since 20 Jan 2009 when Doofus and his court jester Holder took office. Thanks to their tireless efforts, they have set back race relations in this nation by at least 40 years. They have manage to convice the 95% that it is 1957 and nothing has changed.
What puzzles me is why this fact about Doofus wasn't obvious from the moment he stepped on the scene in 2004. The Senate is not a training ground for future presidents; it's "the place where good ideas go to die" along with many careers. It's an association of gas bags. Doofus never had even the amount of executive experience one gets operating a lemonade stand or a scout troop. Hillary's no better. Her only claim to "experience" is she occasionally slept with a president. BFD Quite a few women have that experience. It doesn't mean any of them can run the government.
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The President Who Cried Wolf

Corlyss Wrote: Oct 17, 2014 9:17 PM
Yeah, but in the Obama version of the story, the wolf eats the townspeople (the voters).
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