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Why don't they just offer it as a class and call it Hedonism 101?
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Let the National Conversation Begin

Gary 919 Wrote: Aug 13, 2013 11:30 PM
Too little too late is my gut feeling on Mark Levin's proposal. The deck has already been stacked to the point that any attempt to follow his proposal will immediately be branded "racist" just as any attempt to require voter ID has been, and the main stream media will join with all the race baiters in declaring that what Levin's proposal really is about is returning to our racist past. Obama is the worst thing that has ever come down the pike of presidential history because of his socialist agenda which is comprised of failing this nation and doing away with the very form of Constitutional that Levin is trying to protect. That is in fact a patriotic based endeavor, but it will be branded racist because it is aimed at stopping what Obama is all about, not because Levin loves his country, but because Obama is black.
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11 Liberal Rules for Racism in America

Gary 919 Wrote: Aug 13, 2013 11:15 PM
It's a sad thing to say, but unfortunately Obama has brought it out in people: black people. The majority of blacks who voted for Obama did so for one reason: because he is black. That is by definition a "racist" position, which any white person who voted for a white candidate simply because he was white would rightly be excoriated for. The sad part is that those same folks will all come out on Reverend King's birthday simply because he was black, paying no attention to his legacy which he paid for with his life proclaiming that it is the "content of character" and not the "color of skin" that determines human worth and value.
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11 Liberal Rules for Racism in America

Gary 919 Wrote: Aug 13, 2013 11:04 PM
I'd argue with you John but you are absolutely right on every point. Liberal fingerpointing when it comes to racism is akin to the pot calling the kettle black. I can honestly say that I personally know of no white person that could hold a candle to Sharpton, Jackson, Obama, or Holder when it comes to being a racist.
Whoever the person or persons are responsible for labeling this crime as "work place violence" should rightly be charged with accessory to murder!
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Would They Be Proud?

Gary 919 Wrote: Aug 11, 2013 8:52 PM
Of course they would not be proud. Many if not most of the blacks who gather to honor Reverand Dr. Martin Luther King every year on his birthday might as well be urinating on his grave. The Reverend wrote in his book "Stride Toward Freedom" that the problem is not between black vs. white or white vs. black but the problem is "good vs. evil." Many of the race baiters who marched with the Reverend Dr. King went on to hi-jack the civil rights movement and head it in the direction we are now experiencing; especially under the leadership of two of the biggest racist in America: Barack Obama and Eric Holder.
The irony is that the Clinton's are pixxed at Weiner for his "sicko"-edness. The only thing that has Weiner in hot water is the fact that he is hetrosexual. If he would have sexted his ding-dong pictures to some guys no one on the left would dare call him a sicko. Heck, he might have even gotten a call from Obama congratulating him on coming out.
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Black Self-Sabotage

Gary 919 Wrote: Jul 31, 2013 8:30 AM
You would have made a great carpenter Dr. Williams, as you always seem to hit the nail smack dab on the head!
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The Tragedy of Isolation

Gary 919 Wrote: Jul 30, 2013 7:23 AM
I knew where you were going with this when I read the title of your article Dr. Sowell. Ghettos are an isolated world just as much as a small island or a mountainous reign. So called black leaders in America who resent and resist any and all outside influences in identifying and affecting needed change within the inner city (isolated) black communities are damming those depending upon their leadership to a "poisionous" envirnoment. Their argument is primarily "you don't live here so what makes you think you know best about what our problems are and how to solve them?" There's an adage which says when it comes to a cheating wife, the husband is usually the last to know. I believe the adage speaks well regarding problems within the inner-city African American communities. I learned years ago that you may often be surprised when it comes to "who" may have the answer to a particular problem confronting you. It often comes from a source you least likely assume.
Those were some good questions. Good luck on getting any answers on any of them from any of them.
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