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The White House Fable Factory

David350 Wrote: Nov 07, 2013 1:01 PM
If you like your current health plan you can shove it. Period.
The battle against leftism will be an eternal battle. A winner will never be declared. The best we can do is to continue the good fight against it.
Like a tug-of-war or a chess stalemate, BOTH parties are responsible.
And this is why we Republicans lose elections.
Wait a minute, KYoung. I agree that certain laws are unjust and should be removed. But please tell me, when was slavery "the law of the land?" Certainly it was common practice, but common practice does not make it law. Please enlighten me.
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Starbucks and Guns

David350 Wrote: Sep 19, 2013 9:57 AM
Yes Mr. Schultz, let's be respectful. And you be respectful of the 2nd Amendment.
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Way to Stick to Your Guns Starbucks

David350 Wrote: Sep 19, 2013 9:55 AM
Yes, Mr. Schultz, let's be "respectful" when a criminal enters your coffeeshop and tries to shoot us while we are sipping your lattes.
Financially.
Yes, the real player is Iran. But we don't need the military to strike Iran powerfully. We need the pipeline to dry up the money that Iran gets to fund its proxy war. Listen to KT McFarland on FOX this morning - she's the only person who seems to understand this chess game.
Obama and Hillary Clinton are masters of Orwellian English. Typically, Mr. Obama has again obfuscated language in discussing the issue of Syria. In August he stated “a red line for us is we start seeing a whole bunch of chemical weapons moving around or being utilized...That would change my calculus.” What nonsense. Firstly, who is “us?” Second, what constitutes “a bunch?” Third, the red line has already been established by the international community, as he correctly stated today. If he wanted to be clear he would have stated in August “crossing the red line...” The key word is “crossing,” similar to crossing the street when there is a red light. ABC News translated Obama’s August statement into “Obama’s warning in August 2012 that use of a ‘whole bunch’ of chemical weapons would CROSS a ‘red line.” Mr. Obama speaks in ways that can be understand in so many ways. Today, in typical fashion, he was able to absolve himself of his prior statement, precisely because his prior statement meant nothing. Hillary Clinton uses language similarly, when she asked her infamous “what difference does it make” question. In her case, she offered that the murderers were either out for a walk or protesting a video. They were doing neither.
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