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O'Reilly: Killing History

Gunner20 Wrote: Aug 01, 2013 9:37 AM
Republicans aren't trying to restrict anyone's voting rights, that's just Democrat Kool-Aid you've been drinking! The country needs some degree of validation on the casting of votes in general elections, otherwise they will run rampant with fraud. There is much more incentive to win Elections by fraud than to restrict voting in this country.
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Unsung Black People

Gunner20 Wrote: Jul 25, 2013 4:57 PM
As I recall, we used to talk about "Discrimination" in America, which was a much more interesting discussion, today everything is just "Racism"! There's no chance for real discussion on an issue when the cause is automatically Racism! I believe true Racism is a fairly rare occurrence today, whereas discrimination is more widely practiced. Racism is most prevalent among the uneducated, unexposed homogeneous environment of the inner city, where only certain Races of people can be found. This is not unlike some cultures, some past - some present, where lack of contact between raced causes suspicion and loathing. People living in more affluent neighborhoods, both white & black, are more likely to discriminate than to be Racist. What I mean is those people look for a patterns or combinations of characteristics to make judgments about one another, right or wrong. In other words, profiling and we all do it to some degree. So, if someone walking down the street bumps into a well-dressed & groomed individual there will likely be no negative inference taken. But if that same person bumps into someone who looks like a gang-banger with baggy cloths, a crooked cap and a dull-whited expression on their face there may be trepidation resulting from the incident. Note, at no point was it necessary to point to Race or Gender to make that point.
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Unsung Black People

Gunner20 Wrote: Jul 25, 2013 4:30 PM
Your school experience was a learning on the classic Liberal mindset, for that you should have received enough Extra-Credit to raise your final grade to "A"!
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Slavery in America, Saudi-Style

Gunner20 Wrote: Jul 19, 2013 9:56 AM
With all the hype going on in Congress about Immigration why is it that all we seem to consider are Hispanic immigrants? Personally I have little concern about our neighbors from the South coming into the US, most that I've seen are hard workers who are willing to do the jobs others don't want. I do have a problem however with allowing immigrants from other cultures into the US when they practice such un-American concepts as Honor killings and Slave-keeping! Anyone found guilty of even supporting these practices should immediately be deported, no questions asked. Yes America is a nation of Immigrants, but more importantly we are a nation of civilized immigrants; we have never been a nation of barbarians, and its not the time to start accepting such people into this country now!
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Is This Still America?

Gunner20 Wrote: Jul 16, 2013 10:13 AM
Racism has become a mult-million dollar industry in this country, supporting the likes of Jackson & Sharpton with its own political Lobby pandering to the Congressional Black Caucus in particular and the Democratic Party in general! That's why there is little if any interest in pursuing the multitude of Black on Black killings of young men and women that occur nightly in cities all over the country, there is no political gain to be had by the "Profiteers of Racism" in pursuing those killings. Only when they can create the conditions where racism appears to be ingrained in the American system and the mindset of the majority can they hope to achieve personal gains in their own power and wealth.
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The Ingenious Stupidity of Barack Obama

Gunner20 Wrote: Jul 10, 2013 3:46 PM
Haven't you heard, the government is going to subsidize health care costs for persons of lessor means. And because it's so hard to track things like income, they're going to allot subsidies based on the "Honor System", which means you tell them how much you make and they accept, no questions. Besides, Pimps, Prostitutes and Drug Dealers don't report earnings anyway so why bother. This is just another injection of "Obama Heroine" into the Nations Blood System to get as many people hooked on welfare as possible.
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The Ingenious Stupidity of Barack Obama

Gunner20 Wrote: Jul 10, 2013 3:31 PM
Don't kid yourself; to quote another blogger I read, "Biden is Obama's insurance policy against impeachment!" And consider Eric Holder, he'll follow Obama's direction without exception and take the heat for it to boot! Don't think for a minute Obama wasn't well versed in all the slimy activities of this Justice Department beforehand. Kerry fit's right into the mix, he'll accomplish nothing just like Clinton; the BS about restarting talks between the Palestinians and Israel is just an item on the bucket list, everybody knows its DOA.
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The Ingenious Stupidity of Barack Obama

Gunner20 Wrote: Jul 10, 2013 11:58 AM
If you think all these poor decisions and outright errors in judgment are due to stupidity than you are naïve! This Administration has taken a purposeful path to lead the Country in a direction other than intended by its Founders; they are selling our freedoms to the lowest bidders in exchange for meager future subsidy's on a grand scale. In short, its Obama's job to take the country so far down the road of Socialistic Welfare that it will be impossible for future administrations to ever return us to the free society we were intended to be. He promised change, but he never promised improvement!
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Meaningful Work

Gunner20 Wrote: May 29, 2012 10:02 AM
In short, "That's why its called WORK!"
For some reason Presidential politics in this country has taken on the atmosphere of a College sports event with each side committed to the life or death struggle of their team against the opposition. That is the worst way for Americans to choose a new President and Administration, but it is encouraged, especially by the Democratic Party since most registered voters sit in their section of the stands. Americans need to reconsider their "sporting-event" attitude toward presidential elections and pay more attention to the important issues, and less to the Rah-Rah for our side that appears to dominate many peoples thinking today.
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