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Another Day, Another Pharaoh

jaybird8 Wrote: Jul 06, 2013 1:27 AM
And Mustafa Kemal (a.k.a Ataturk) may have taken Turkey in a Western direction, away from Sharia, but he was also heavily involved in the slaughter of hundreds of thousands if not millions of innocent Armenians, Pontic Greeks, and other non-muslims who had lived in Turkey for centuries, simply because he believed in "Turkey for the Turks" and decided to "ethnically cleanse" his country. He was a vicious monster with oceans of innocent blood on his hands.
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Another Day, Another Pharaoh

jaybird8 Wrote: Jul 06, 2013 1:20 AM
There is no annual flood of the Nile, Mr. Greenberg. The Aswan Dam put an end to that a long time ago.
She can't read, can't think. Typical lowlife member of the American underclass that the Dems love so much, especially when they vote. Exactly the kind of "friend" I would expect that thug "Trayvon" (where DO they get these idiotic names) to have.
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Just Follow The Numbers

jaybird8 Wrote: Jun 12, 2013 3:14 AM
Even the Russians told us that those two brothers were terrorists and to watch out. What good did it do? Nothing was done. If the governmewnt can't act on direct knowledge, what good will all their data mining do? Greenberg is a fool if he thinks giving the government unlimited surveillance power is going to increase his security. As Benjamin Franklin said, "Those who would give up their freedom for security deserve neither freedom nor security." Greenberg fits that description to a T
Americans have grown soft and apathetic, I'm sad to say. They are no longer the strong and resourceful people who faced the Great Depression and then conquered worldwide enemies on two fronts. Our culture is in the toilet; our morals and values are gone. We no longer have the factories, the steel mills, the self-reliance of our fathers and grandfathers. We won't drill our own oil. China manufactures our goods and loans us what money we still have. Our educational system does not educate, it indoctrinates, and socialism is its goal. Government is taking over every aspect of our lives. shredding the Constitution. Our military has become a social experiment, promoting homosexuality and feminism, degrading our fighting ability. No, America could not rise to the challenge of another world war. We are not the people we once were.
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Women Deserve Better

jaybird8 Wrote: Jun 08, 2013 3:46 AM
Callous destruction of the unborn because they might be handicapped, or for any other reason, will lead to euthanasia of the old because they, too, are physically or mentally handicapped, or just seen as useless and a drag on resources. We are halfway there with legal abortion, and now the death panels of that obscenity called obamacare. Down, down the slope we go, further and further, until we reprise Hitler's campaign to rid Germany of those who, as he put it, were "unworthy of life." The Germans first killed every child they could find who had any sort of handicap or deformity, and then moved on to adults, until 80,000 "defective" Germans were murdered,which then became the model for the Holocaust. America is becoming an evil place. If you believe in God, then you must also fear His retribution.
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Time to Stop Feeding the Tiger?

jaybird8 Wrote: Jun 04, 2013 1:18 AM
When our feminized military goes up against a real army such as China's it will not be a pretty sight.
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The Judgment of Future Generations

jaybird8 Wrote: May 31, 2013 2:04 AM
Christianity has nothing in it about golden tablets buried in a mound in Ohio, Joe Smith reading the tablets with magic crystals on his eyes, spiritual marriages, people becoming stars after death, after-death baptisms of ancestors, and whatever all the rest of that Mormon business is. None of it is in the Bible either. Somebody please explain how all of that is part of Christianity. I think Mormons are great people and staunch patriots, and I like them very much. I just think they have a bizarre religion, and it isn't Christian.
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The Judgment of Future Generations

jaybird8 Wrote: May 31, 2013 2:04 AM
Christianity has nothing in it about golden tablets buried in a mound in Ohio, Joe Smith reading the tablets with magic crystals on his eyes, spiritual marriages, people becoming stars after death, after-death baptisms of ancestors, and whatever all the rest of that Mormon business is. None of it is in the Bible either. Somebody please explain how all of that is part of Christianity. I think Mormons are great people and staunch patriots, and I like them very much. I just think they have a bizarre religion, and it isn't Christian.
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The Old Lady in Black

jaybird8 Wrote: May 24, 2013 4:03 AM
I think I'm becoming a geezer myself, but I still haven't figured out how to geeze.
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Listening to the Pimp with the Limp

jaybird8 Wrote: May 20, 2013 2:47 AM
Don't hold your breath, Mr. Mitchell. Prosperity has always weakened and dumbed down nations and empires, made the people "fat, dumb, and happy," and above all apathetic. People can name the latest winner of a TV show like American Idol, but they can't name one of their own congressmen. Bread and circuses are all they car about: cheap Chinese electronics and junk food. Look at all the fat, foolish Americans. Add the invading hordes of ignorant third-worlders, who think tyranny is normal. America is committing suicide. Maybe it is an inevitable pattern in the trajectory of all nations throughout history. I wish it were not so, but I fear that it is.
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