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McConnell's Gambit Solves Nothing

johnnytentpeg Wrote: Feb 24, 2015 9:04 PM
I'm not any good at 'photoshop.' But if I was, a donkey positioned at the top right corner of the photo at the beginning of this article, with the animal's phallus pointing down towards the 7 o'clock position, would be entirely appropriate.
Heyyyyyyy. C'mon John. Make a 'gutsy' call. You're being too nice. How about "25 Quotes That Prove Liberals HATE America?" For cryin' out loud. If the DOJ wasn't the DOCJ (dept. of communist justice), these clowns would be liable under the 'Hate Crimes Act.'
Many of our latest wars have been about 'winning the hearts and minds.' So when the muslim king of Jordan declares war on ISIS like a 'cowboy' in the movie "Unforgiven", shouldn't Cowboy Bush declare 'mission accomplished?' Guess those 'cowboys' ain't so dumb afterall.
'Repubs losing the PR DHS funding battle'? I'm kinda 'cornfused.' Ya mean Senate Repubs are in a 'battle?' Like, one where you fight and stuff?
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Healing the Racial Divide

johnnytentpeg Wrote: Jan 22, 2015 1:47 PM
"...an issue that has plagued our nation from its beginning." While I applaud Bishop Jackson's effort in the issue, I disagree with the implied assumption that this is a problem unique to our nation. Racism is a global disease. Having traveled the globe as both a soldier and civilian contractor, I can tell you absolutely, get ready for it, that Americans are the LEAST RACIST people on the planet. By definition, 'one out of many.' To those who disagree, I would suggest they follow Mark Twain's advice, and see the world. "Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness, and many of our people need it sorely on these accounts." Mark Twain
Quite a few comments here on 'overgrazing' by elk, deer, and cattle. Ever notice how when these folks wistfully talk about the millions of buffalo that once roamed the plains, some herds reported to be as big as large counties, they never mention 'overgrazing?'
About 5 years after this, I cornered Bush's Interior secretary, Gail Norton while calling in on CSPAN as she was being interviewed. I asked her since congress is supposed live under the same laws that they pass on us, why if the wolves were good and safe enough to be introduced out west, why shouldn't they be also placed in the parks, woods, and playgrounds in the suburbs around DC? She was stumped, and remained mute with a pained grin on her face- at a loss for any reasonable answer. Guess some of the barnyard animals (as well as forest carnviores) are more equal than others. So it goes for us peasants out here in 'Elvisland.'
Lived among the Arabs for 5 years to the point of being invited to their weddings, funerals, prayers, and homes. You need to educate yourself on their culture to the extent your side preaches 'multiculturalism' and 'diversity' to the Right. This part of the world's culture lives by the credo of 'the strongest tribe.' Not saying it's right or wrong; it's just the way it is. Not saying we need to be over there engaged in endless warfare, but I believe Brother Mike's point is that when we are the 'strongest tribe' to the point of total capitulation as in Gulf I, then there is significantly less bloodshed for all.
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Corker's Folly

johnnytentpeg Wrote: Jan 11, 2015 8:50 AM
Uncle Larry, you missed the high hanging fast ball. Sen. 'Corker?' How about "Porker's Folly?"
Kinda scary when Townhall's managing editor is gently nudging the RINO establishment's man toward us. Dynasties?!!! We don need no stinkin' Bush (or Clinton) dynasties!!!!!!
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