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Magnificent rant. Truly magnificent.
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Too Many to Kill—Even for Us

DCSkeptic Wrote: Nov 14, 2014 9:21 AM
It must be real dark, where your head is at.... 1) Russia is not our friend, their goal is to limit US influence in the world and expand their own, and Putin is willing to push proxie nations into armed conflict with nations we support. No, it's not the USSR. It's Russia, led by a former USSR KGB agent. You see no relation there? 2) What "bipartisan nonsense that comes out of Washington" are you talking about? I see no bipartisan rhetoric or action coming out of Washington.
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Too Many to Kill—Even for Us

DCSkeptic Wrote: Nov 14, 2014 9:15 AM
That may be true, globally, but killing off millions of your own population will certainly make a 'blip' on the regional map. Communists aren't killing to satisfy Environmentalist agenda, they're killing to remove political opposition. "The death of one man is a tragedy, the death of millions is a statistic." - Joseph Stalin
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How to Get Away With Sleazy Sex Scenes

DCSkeptic Wrote: Nov 14, 2014 8:56 AM
------------------------------------------ Openly gay executive producer Peter Nowalk told the E! network, "I knew I wanted to push the envelope, especially with the gay sex." It's designed "to right the wrong of all of the straight sex that you see on TV." ------------------------------------------ This isn't about money, and it isn't about ratings. It's about the social engineering and in this producer's case, normalizing homosexuality. This is political agenda.
It's remarkably naive to believe that the primary process is free of undue influence from other politicians, the media, and big money. Remarkable.
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Thank These Republicans for Obamacare

DCSkeptic Wrote: Nov 11, 2014 6:47 PM
Ann Coulter is rightly described as the 'Long Knife of the Republican Party', but the emphasis is on "Republican". While I love her knife-play (it never fails to entertain or be incisive), she's a PARTY apparatchik and I always view her writing in that context. Had her Republicans not gone on a deliberate attack against Conservatives this summer, I might still consider myself to be a Republican. But after they called Conservatives and TEA Party folks, 'racist', down in Louisiana, I'm done with McConnell and Boehner and the rest of that Establishment ilk.
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The Founders’ Key

DCSkeptic Wrote: Oct 17, 2014 10:38 AM
The Liberal bias in Green's videos is so pervasive that it's distracting from the relevant content, rendering the watching of them, a chore, unless you're a Liberal.
While having been one of the pairs of 'boots on the ground' is no guarantee of sound decision-making ability on policy, it's certainly a perspective advantage
The recent failures of TEA Party-backed candidates reflects a lack of money, not a lack of populist support.
"In essence, the global war on drugs is a UN scheme to shrug drug war costs off rich countries’ shoulders and onto poor Latin American countries, with horrifyingly violent results." Proof? Something? Anything? Perhaps a UN document detailing this horrible evil plot? "Much of the recent child migrant crisis is a direct result of children fleeing cartel violence and conscription into criminal gangs." Proof? Do South American children suddenly, en-masse, in a coordinated fashion, rise up and flee their nations, with the connivance of their governments for free transportation and temporary regional passports, in conjunction with US Democrat encouragement, and run to the US border? That would make this the most amazingly capable and naive group of children since Europe's fabled Children's Crusade of 1212, and equally mendacious. "When drug prices are high, cartels will step up and produce. By keeping demand for cannabis and cocaine high, but supply low, the US in essence forced the Latin America economy to revolve around drugs." So it's the US' fault that they're drug pushers. This is like blaming the rape victim for wearing sexy clothing. Shame on you, Cathy Reisenwitz.
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