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She also pleaded with Gorbatshov to prevent the re-unification of East and West Germany, and on her watch, no doubt with her signing off on it, Rudolf Hess was cowardly murdered to keep WW II secrets intact. What was she afraid of? For the truth to come out?
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The Pentagon's Surrender to Feminism

fadam Wrote: Jun 25, 2013 10:29 AM
Correction: The Pentagon’s Surrender to Cultural Marxism...
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Requiem for a Grand Old Party

fadam Wrote: May 10, 2013 11:35 AM
Pat forgot to mention that it really is the warmongering neocons, the McCains and Lindseys who are giving the Republican Party the coup de grace. That's what also keeps me, a life-long CONSERVATIVE Republican, from even supporting our local Westmorelands and Saxbys, because 'politicians' like them are what drives us to the independents.
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The Pope and Godless Capitalism

fadam Wrote: May 03, 2013 3:40 PM
I agree, and it's what Pat failed to mention. Eastern Airlines was killed by the unions long before Lorenzo bought it! Frank Borman once met with the pilots hoping to talk some sense into them. He said, fellows, if you guys do not let me keep four cents on the dollar, you are not going to have a job before long. We did not and that's sure as hell what happened. Grrr...
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Their War, Not Ours

fadam Wrote: Apr 30, 2013 6:14 AM
"This disunity mirrored the recent disagreement that Chuck Hagel had with Obama’s Secretary of State, John Kerry, when both testified in front of Congress with nearly opposite versions of what was happening in Syria and how the U.S. should respond. Kerry was a cheerleader for intervention while Hagel — the military’s mouthpiece — advised caution." Clearly Kerry is Israel's Secretary of State, not ours.
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Their War, Not Ours

fadam Wrote: Apr 30, 2013 6:09 AM
"A very revealing New York Times article quoted U.S.-backed Syrian rebels admitting that the chemical weapons attack took place in a Syrian government controlled territory and that 16 Syrian government soldiers died as a result of the attack, along with 10 civilians plus a hundred more injured. But the rebels later made the absurd claim that the Syrian government accidentally bombed its own military with the chemical weapons."
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The Dark Side of Diversity

fadam Wrote: Apr 27, 2013 2:00 PM
First of all it is the Neo-Marxists and their "political correct" camp followers who are now the dominant force affecting our lives. They demoralized and dumbed down the West to a point where we have become unable to survive. ("The Death of the West") The Muslims are only moving into the vacuum we generate and they now make themselves at home at our expense. It's what we got for "winning" WW I and II.
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The Dark Side of Diversity

fadam Wrote: Apr 27, 2013 1:43 PM
"First, as it is our presence in their world that enrages so many, we should end our interventions, shut down the empire and let Muslim rulers deal with Muslim radicals." Amen
The Fishers grew up learning and reading about their 'History' as presented by the victors. They no doubt still believe that World War Two was the "Good War". Just as Iran is now pressured with threats and sanctions to dare make a wrong move so we will have an excuse to send them back to the stone age, so was Japan. FDT's wish was fulfilled at Pearl Harbor. It matters little to the 'good people' that FDR sacrificed the lives of 420,000 GIs in WW II and WC bankrupted the British World Empire to satisfy their vanities, which, when it was over had accomplished NOTHING. The Fishers might want to start by reading Pat Buchanan's book "Churchill, Hitler and the Unnecessary War".
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Ten Reasons to Avoid a 30 Year Mortgage

fadam Wrote: Apr 08, 2013 10:01 AM
It's amazing what all you can 'prove' and rationalize in print by ignoring some basic truths. The entire argument by Schlesinger is on assuming that you are going to deal with 2013 dollars over the entire 30 year period. Fact is that inflation will drive down the value of the dollar and you continue to make the same payments month after month. Come on Roger, there is no better deal than a 30 year mortgage at a fixed low 3.6525% interest rate!
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