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Men and women "are" different! Put in any dangerous position requiring physical strength and stamina, their ability to perform (just like men) can result in their loss of life. Life Lesson 101 - There are winners and losers in every endeavor and most important, everyone does not get a trophy....
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Father of Obamacare Makes a "Speak-O"

Gyst53 Wrote: Jul 31, 2014 7:57 AM
“We love the truth when it enlightens us, but we hate it when it convicts us” St. Augustine Pandora's ObamaCare Healthcare box is about to be closed. Other alternatives our available which include all U.S. Citizens.
Guess who this is??? Narcissists are often pseudo-perfectionists and require being the center of attention. They create situations in which they will receive attention.[citation needed] His/her attempts at being perfect are cohesive with the narcissist's grandiose self-image. If a perceived state of perfection is not reached, it can lead to guilt, shame, anger or anxiety because he/she believes that he/she will lose the admiration and love from other people if he/she is not perfect.[25] Behind such perfectionism, self psychology would see earlier traumatic injuries to the grandiose self.[26] Narcissistic rage occurs on a continuum from instances of aloofness, and expression of mild irritation or annoyance, to serious outbursts, including violent attacks.[2] Narcissistic rage reactions are not limited to personality disorders and may be also seen in catatonic, paranoid delusion and depressive episodes.[2] It has also been suggested that narcissists have two layers of rage. The first layer of rage can be thought of as a constant anger (towards someone else), with the second layer being a self-aimed wrath.[3]
We are ruled by incompetent leaders or traitors.... probably both!
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Same-Sex Marriage vs. Motherhood

Gyst53 Wrote: Jul 30, 2014 7:24 AM
Who is Changing our country against the sovereign state's voters will? Nomination to the Fourth Circuit On January 26, 2011, President Barack Obama nominated Henry Floyd to serve on the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit.[4] Floyd was recommended by Republican Senator Lindsey Graham and Democratic Representatives Jim Clyburn and John Spratt.[5] The United States Senate confirmed Floyd to the Fourth Circuit on October 3, 2011 in a 96-0 vote.[6] He received his commission on October 5, 2011.
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Iraq and the Echoes of Vietnam

Gyst53 Wrote: Jun 26, 2014 9:48 AM
Jim, As a 1968-69 Quang Tri Marine Viet Nam Vet and a student of political history, you are right on with your observation. Unfortunately we have a President with no military experience, who doesn't even know how to pronounce Navy Corpsman (Corpseman?) let along sound military decisions. History will repeat itself in Iraq, Iran, Syria and Afghanistan with the added ethnic Islamic issues posed by the Sunni's, Shiaites and Kurds. The Obama Cloward-Piven strategy at home and no southern border protection will readily allow America's sworn enemies to create havoc on our soil!
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You Bet This is Swiftboating

Gyst53 Wrote: Jun 20, 2014 7:26 AM
Check out why these Army Promotions occurred and you may uncover some interesting "cover-up" connections.... Army Pfc. Bowe Bergdahl promoted while in captivity to Specialist to Sargent in 5 years... “We will give him all the support he needs to help him recover from this ordeal,” the secretary added, “and we are grateful that he will soon be reunited with his family.” Also today, Hagel said he informed Congress of the decision to transfer five detainees from Guantánamo Bay to Qatar. “The United States has coordinated closely with Qatar to ensure that security measures are in place and the national security of the United States will not be compromised,” Hagel said. “I appreciate the efforts of the Emir of Qatar to put these measures in place and I want to thank him for his instrumental role in facilitating the return of Sgt. Bergdahl,” the secretary acknowledged. (My Comment: To whom did the US just release the Gitmo terrorists? Qatar? Coincidence?) One of Hagel’s first acts upon taking office in February 2013 was to call the Bergdahl family about their son’s situation, Pentagon Press Secretary Navy Rear Adm. John Kirby said during a January press conference. In June 2011 the Army announced that it had promoted Bergdahl to the rank of sergeant. Major Gen. Robert P. Ashley is a career intelligence officer who has served in numerous intelligence functions during his career to include assignments at Fort Bragg, N.C., Washington, D.C., Fort Gordon, Ga., MacDill Air Force Base, Fla., Izmir, Turkey, as well deployments to Bosnia-Herzegovina, Iraq and Afghanistan. He has held command positions at the company, battalion and brigade levels and served in senior intelligence positions with the Army Joint Special Operations Command and the U.S. Central Command. He comes to Intelligence Center of Excellence from being the senior intelligence officer in Afghanistan. Why all the promotions for being a captive/deserter/traitor and those overseeing the episode... keeping silent and being rewarded?
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Remembering D-Day

Gyst53 Wrote: Jun 06, 2014 7:31 AM
My Dad served as a Medic in the 104th Evacuation Unit under Gen. Patton's Third Army. Here is and excellent eye witness account from Florence Fattig, a nurse in the Army Nurse Corps, goes into detail about how front line field hospitals worked, what kinds of injuries they saw, and the role she played in treating injured soldiers in Europe during World War II. - See more at: My Dad recounted many stories of helping our wounded soldiers..... May God continue to Bless America. These patriots are almost all gone now!
Excellent expose' on how Muslims are infiltrating our Democratic government and Military, using both against us with the blessing of the current Liberal/ Progressive regime. Is anyone paying attention to what Michelle Malkin is telling us?
If things are so good for the Democratic administration, why is everyone quitting of being forced to resign? I think I know.... Laws are for little people, i.e. not democratic elitists. Or as the Progressives always resort to saying when confronted with the facts; “ it is what it is”, or “it depends on what the meaning of the word IS… is”, or “ we have to pass it to see what’s in it” or “you never want to let a serious crisis go to waste” or “let me be perfectly clear”, or “what difference at this point does it make?” or “according to the officials, who spoke on the condition of anonymity…” or “We didn’t lie, it’s just that the words we used, in the order we used them, didn’t tell the truth, per se”, “here’s the bottom line” or “I have a pen and I have a phone (and executive privilege and clemency)” “I face this challenge with profound humility and knowledge of my own limitations” to the president who says if Congress won’t act on this issue, “I will.” and last but not least, “on the advice of my counsel I respectfully exercise my 5th Amendment right and decline to answer the question!” Please notice the word "transparent? is no longer mentioned in the vocabulary..... or 'A democracy requires accountability, and accountability requires transparency.' and "I think when you spread the wealth around, it's good for everybody."
“We love the truth when it enlightens us, but we hate it when it convicts us” St. Augustine
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