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Preserve Gun Rights, Save Black Lives

Jessica155 Wrote: Feb 25, 2013 8:17 AM
In the conservative South, black people thrive and prosper. Most of the black kids who attend college are from the South. In the decaying northern cities, blacks are trapped in dependency, squalor and drug addiction. The illiteracy rate among blacks in Detroit is 47%. The illiteracy rate among blacks in Savannah, Georgia is 9%. What's wrong with this picture? Why in God's name can't people see the truth when it's right in front of their eyes?
Luscious Lars Wrote: Feb 25, 2013 8:36 AM
Great points Jessica155. I think people see the truth, but it's extremely hard for them to accept it when they've been indoctrinated throughout their lives to believe something completely different. The big lie has been "seared" into their memories, as John F. Kerry, who served in Vietnam, told us about his time in Cambodia. He stated that Nixon had sent him there. However, Nixon wasn't President when John F. Kerry, who served in Vietnam, claimed that Nixon had sent him and our troops into Cambodia. Kerry came to believe his own lies.
Doug5049 Wrote: Feb 25, 2013 8:45 AM
Yes; I remember.
He claimed that the "Christmas in Cambodia" experience was seared -- SEARED!! -- into his memory.
Luscious Lars Wrote: Feb 25, 2013 9:04 AM
Smoking too much pot will tend to "sear" your brain, along with some memories which are not necessarily based in reality. I think they've shown that pot smoking can damage short term memories at least. And if you have short term memories of events which aren't based in reality due to malfunctioning short term memory registers, it's not hard to see that those false events can be translated forward into long term memory registers. At that point, one would start to actually believe that what they remember way back when, even if false, really happened to them.
Dan107 Wrote: Feb 25, 2013 9:10 AM
Parking his yacht in Rhode Island to avoid paying Massachusetts state tax wasn't seared into his memory.
Luscious Lars Wrote: Feb 25, 2013 9:43 AM
He just didn't want his home state of Massachusetts to "sear" his pocket book.

This past Friday my organization, CURE, sponsored a press conference at the National Press Club in Washington, to bring attention to the importance of rigorously defending the right of all Americans, guaranteed under the 2nd Amendment of our Constitution, to own a gun.

Our event provided a forum for black leaders from the world of politics and public policy in Washington, from the business community, from academia, and from the clergy to express their deep concern about efforts currently underway to limit our God-given and constitutional individual right of self-defense.

Why would an organization like CURE, whose mission focuses on...