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Yuck: Michelle for Senate 2016?

daunhin Wrote: Jun 08, 2014 8:43 AM
If I were a citizen of her state, I would vote for Michelle for the US Senate. I know she would be a far better Senator than the one she would replace. ... The Michelle, I am referring to is NOT the one squatting in the White House, but the outspoken and very politically aware Michelle that resides in Colorado. Yep, that's right, Michelle Malkin.
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Fix Incentives, Not Infrastructure

daunhin Wrote: Jun 08, 2014 8:21 AM
Government mantra: If it ain't broke, but will buy votes, fund it anyway.
I'm not surprised. Remember what happened when Walmart wanted to open stores in DC?
Not to mention the loss of employment for the bulk of the 1,400,000 employees because Walmart won't be able to pay everyone the higher wages. Then comes the loss of profits which, in turn, decreases the amount of donations to charities. Domino theory anyone???
Declare that they are all Mexican and pack them up and ship them to Mexico. Let their irresponsible parents then work it out with the Mexican government.
The big zero is right on target. Remember, his campaign motto in 2008 was to "Fundamentally change America". The fundamental base that the US was founded upon is found in the Declaration of Independence, Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness. To fundamentally change America, zero, must change all three. Zero's policies are attacking all three, especially Liberty. ,
Glad it's satire/sarcasm. And good satire at that. Problem is, there are far too many Obama sycophants out there that probably think just like that.
Certainly this is satire. Either that or you are one sick puppy.
Treason? Maybe, maybe not. Desertion? Definitely.
Obama,, who, coincidentally, never served in any military service, doesn't know what serving with honor and distinction is. (Obama is not even serving the office of the President with honor and distinction.) We will be lucky if Bergdahl receives an Article 15, let alone the Summery Court Marshall he deserves.
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White Privilege

daunhin Wrote: May 28, 2014 9:41 AM
Thanks, but no thanks for your "Proclamation of Amnesty and Pardon". I don't need it. I am not guilty of anything that my ancestors may or may not have done. If some guilt ridden person feels the need for it, I would suggest that they seek professional help before getting the Proclamation; they don't need it either. (Second thought - the professionals might make the guilt even more unbearable as most are guilt ridden themselves) Get a backbone, people. I'm white, proud of it and feel no guilt!
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