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"Who is gonna stand up for you when the IRS decides to come after you?" I thought you read the article and understood that conservative stand for smaller government That means NO IRS period so who is gonna come after you if IRS does not exist. .
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“White Privilege” Exposed

GyroTyro Wrote: Jun 01, 2014 8:03 PM
What you call ‘privilege’ is learning to get up in the morning prepared to work What you call ‘privilege’ is living in a 2 room paper tar shack with my 5 siblings and parents ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is living without A/C until I was 43 ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is working on a farm carrying water to field hands at age 7. ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is selling newspapers on the corner every evening after school ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is picking raspberries in the heat of Missouri summers ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is going to school ad learning everything possible. 'What you call ‘privilege’ is helping neighbors without expecting pay. ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is being a soda jerk at 15 ‘What you call ‘privilege’is being a beach refreshment attendant at 16 ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is being a florists cleanup at 17 ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is graduating from high school abet with "Cs" ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is joining the AF ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is tolerating affirmative action minorities promoted over abilities. ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is holding a full time job managing a theater while going to trade school after the AF ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is traveling and accepting apprenticeships in 7 states to learn the trade after trade school. Eventually becoming a foreman. ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is giving up the trade due to scab strike breakers ‘What you call ‘privilege’ going back to school and earning a BS in Biology while supporting a family. The only assistance received was $800 per year on the GI bill. No tuition aid or book aid. ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is finding I could not get work in my chosen field due to affirmative action appointments of minorities after 5 years in college ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is accepting menial work in a poultry plant and to work my way up again to supervisory positions. ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is doing without vacations during the first 30+ years of my working life. ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is saving money to invest instead of spending on vacations and new cars and big houses. and partying ‘What you call ‘privilege’ applying ones self and making new opportunities from adversary ‘What you call ‘privilege’ being willing to travel to grasp opportunities even if it meant separation from family for a period ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is dedication, reliability and dependability ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is ambition to succeeded on my own More on next post
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“White Privilege” Exposed

GyroTyro Wrote: Jun 01, 2014 8:02 PM
continued from previous post ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is not feeling sorry for the adverse actions I have had to endure due to government actions ‘‘What you call ‘privilege’ is just me being better than you.’ there is no instant success, like the man said success is 90% perspiration and 10% inspiration.. . More on next post
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White Privilege

GyroTyro Wrote: May 28, 2014 10:11 AM
What you call ‘privilege’ is learning to get up in the morning prepared to work What you call ‘privilege’ is living in a 2 room paper tar shack with my 5 siblings and parents ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is living without A/C until I was 43 ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is working on a farm carrying water to field hands at age 7. ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is selling newspapers on the corner every evening after school ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is picking raspberries in the heat of Missouri summers ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is going to school ad learning everything possible. 'What you call ‘privilege’ is helping neighbors without expecting pay. ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is being a soda jerk at 15 ‘What you call ‘privilege’is being a beach refreshment attendant at 16 ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is being a florists cleanup at 17 ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is graduating from high school abet with "Cs" ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is joining the AF ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is tolerating affirmative action minorities promoted over abilities. ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is holding a full time job managing a theater while going to trade school after the AF ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is traveling and accepting apprenticeships in 7 states to learn the trade after trade school. Eventually becoming a foreman. ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is giving up the trade due to scab strike breakers ‘What you call ‘privilege’ going back to school and earning a BS in Biology while supporting a family. The only assistance received was $800 per year on the GI bill. No tuition aid or book aid. ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is finding I could not get work in my chosen field due to affirmative action appointments of minorities after 5 years in college ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is accepting menial work in a poultry plant and to work my way up again to supervisory positions. ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is doing without vacations during the first 30+ years of my working life. ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is saving money to invest instead of spending on vacations and new cars and big houses. and partying ‘What you call ‘privilege’ applying ones self and making new opportunities from adversary ‘What you call ‘privilege’ being willing to travel to grasp opportunities even if it meant separation from family for a period. ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is dedication, reliability and dependability ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is ambition to succeeded on my own ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is not feeling
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Obama Gives AZ Land Back to Mexico

GyroTyro Wrote: May 28, 2014 7:35 AM
. I'll bet you'd have a waiting list of volunteers as long as the VA waiting lists to get a position on that squad. .
What you call ‘privilege’ is learning to get up in the morning prepared to work What you call ‘privilege’ is living in a 2 room paper tar shack with my 5 siblings and parents ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is living without A/C until I was 43 ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is working on a farm carrying water to field hands at age 7. ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is selling newspapers on the corner every evening after school ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is picking raspberries in the heat of Missouri summers ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is going to school ad learning everything possible. 'What you call ‘privilege’ is helping neighbors without expecting pay. ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is being a soda jerk at 15 ‘What you call ‘privilege’is being a beach refreshment attendant at 16 ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is being a florists cleanup at 17 ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is graduating from high school abet with "Cs" ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is joining the AF ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is tolerating affirmative action minorities promoted over abilities. ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is holding a full time job managing a theater while going to trade school after the AF ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is traveling and accepting apprenticeships in 7 states to learn the trade after trade school. Eventually becoming a foreman. ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is giving up the trade due to scab strike breakers ‘What you call ‘privilege’ going back to school and earning a BS in Biology while supporting a family. The only assistance received was $800 per year on the GI bill. No tuition aid or book aid. ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is finding I could not get work in my chosen field due to affirmative action appointments of minorities after 5 years in college ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is accepting menial work in a poultry plant and to work my way up again to supervisory positions. ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is doing without vacations during the first 30+ years of my working life. ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is saving money to invest instead of spending on vacations and new cars and big houses. and partying ‘What you call ‘privilege’ applying ones self and making new opportunities from adversary ‘What you call ‘privilege’ being willing to travel to grasp opportunities even if it meant separation from family for a period. ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is dedication, reliability and dependability ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is ambition to succeeded on my own ‘What you call ‘privilege’ is not feeling
, The cops would steal and sell the execution supplies. .
not with copper jacketed bullets
Careful of what you say . . . . you will be having corruptocrats violating billygoats anus's for the next few years looking for diamonds. Don't worry though they will make it legal to violate animals in their next sexual freedom surge.
. you've got that right . . . . Take a look at whom they declare a hero for kissing a man in public. .
. the corruptocrats had better be careful whom they call a coward. It might bring up memories of swiftboat kerry and his purple heats. and If he is not a coward he just might get p$$ed and literally take some scalps. .
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