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Surge to the Border -- Crisis or Reunion?

jwarrior Wrote: 15 hours ago (3:54 AM)
Amen, If you were a child and your parents committed a crime and ended up in prison, what would you want to do? Send the parents back home where they belong. That is infinitely more humane than sending them to prison for a few years then sending them back home.
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Rick Perry's Bold Border Move

jwarrior Wrote: 15 hours ago (3:48 AM)
Don't forget the endless string of golf. My God he plays more than Tiger.
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What If Democracy Is a Fraud?

jwarrior Wrote: 15 hours ago (3:46 AM)
Put your tinfoil hat back on and crawl back under the bridge like a good little socialista troll
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What If Democracy Is a Fraud?

jwarrior Wrote: 15 hours ago (3:45 AM)
Right, put down your communist manifesto, take your medication and put your tinfoil hat back on there cammy.
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What If Democracy Is a Fraud?

jwarrior Wrote: 15 hours ago (3:42 AM)
This is the lesson plan that should be taught in all our grade schools and high schools. Civics class has failed to teach the tyranny of the majority since the founding of our country. Neal Boortz explained it simply enough that children can understand it. Democracy is 3 wolves and 1 rabbit sitting down at the table and voting on what they will eat for lunch.
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A Newfound Respect For The Law

jwarrior Wrote: Jul 24, 2014 12:30 PM
Let us not forget where those 4 little words came from in the first place. Senate boss Harry the Gotcha Boss Reid need the cornhusker kickback deal to get any ACA bill through the Senate. Ben ( the not so baby faced) Nelson and a number of Democrats were never going to vote to install federally controlled healthcare. Therefore the (four little words) were inserted into the Bill to ensure that The INDIVIDUAL STATES would control healthcare in their states. Harry and Nancy could not change a single word in the bill prior to final passage because they knew they were losing votes by the hour and Senator Brown had just usurped the sacred seat of all things Kennedy in Mass.
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They're Off!

jwarrior Wrote: Jul 24, 2014 12:18 PM
The people of Georgia know that 3 more years of a Democratic controlled Senate promise NOTHING but BAD things for our country. Time to kick the Democrats out of the Senate and begin the process of moving our nation out of this socialist caused and extended recession. Time to get government spending under control. Vote Republican if you want positive change.
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20 Examples of What Liberalism REALLY Is

jwarrior Wrote: Jul 21, 2014 2:15 AM
Like any bowel movement Obama too shall pass into history.
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20 Examples of What Liberalism REALLY Is

jwarrior Wrote: Jul 21, 2014 2:12 AM
Here is a list for you to begin your research into politicians in the socialist republic of New Orleans. .New Orleans area politicians convicted of corruption or fraud since Hurricane Katrina * Ellenese Brooks-Simms: Orleans Parish School Board member; pled guilty on June 20, 2007, to conspiracy to commit bribery; sentenced to 18 months in prison. * Oliver Thomas: New Orleans City Council member; pled guilty on Aug. 13, 2007, to bribery; sentenced to 37 months in prison. * Joe Impastato: St. Tammany Parish Council member; pled guilty on April 2, 2008, to soliciting bribes and filing false tax returns; sentenced to 18 months in prison. * Derrick Shepherd: state senator; pled guilty on Oct. 10, 2008, to money laundering; sentenced to 37 months in prison. * William Jefferson: U.S. congressman; convicted on Aug. 5, 2009, of bribery, money laundering and racketeering; sentenced to 156 months in prison. * Bill Hubbard: St. John the Baptist Parish president; pled guilty on Sept. 25, 2009, to conspiracy to commit bribery; sentenced to 42 months in prison. * Wayne Cresap: St. Bernard Parish judge; pled guilty on Oct. 1, 2009, to conspiracy to commit wire fraud; sentenced to 60 months in prison. * Eddie Price: Mandeville mayor; pled guilty on Oct. 16, 2009, to mail fraud and tax evasion; sentenced to 40 months in prison. * Betty Jefferson: New Orleans assessor; pled guilty on Feb. 25, 2010, to conspiracy to commit mail fraud; sentenced to 15 months of home confinement. * Jonathan Bolar: Gretna City Council member, convicted on April 9, 2010, of 13 counts of extortion, wire fraud, hiding bank deposits and failure to file tax returns; sentenced to 204 months in prison. * Renee Gill Pratt: former New Orleans City Council member; convicted on July 25, 2011, of conspiracy to commit racketeering; sentenced to 50 months in prison. * Jiff Hingle: Plaquemines Parish sheriff; pled guilty on Nov. 30, 2011, to conspiracy to commit mail fraud and bribery; sentenced to 46 months in prison. * Jon Johnson: New Orleans City Council member, pled guilty on July 18, 2012, to conspiracy to commit theft; sentenced to six months in prison. * Aaron Broussard: former Jefferson Parish president, pled guilty on Sept. 25, 2012, to conspiracy to commit bribery and theft; sentenced to 46 months in prison. * Peter Galvan: St. Tammany Parish coroner; pled guilty on Oct. 23, 2013, to conspiracy to commit fraud; sentenced to 24 months in prison. * Girod Jackson: state representative; pled guilty o
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20 Examples of What Liberalism REALLY Is

jwarrior Wrote: Jul 21, 2014 2:11 AM
Amen, A politically aware person that does not constrain themselves to the mainstream media and their leftist screened coverage of politicians and events has all the study materials they need on the hypocrisy of leftist politicians and their tax fraud, dodge, divert, embezzlements. Mendicant wants a study how about he or she uses a little brain matter to research just a few areas of left wing politics. Example: New Orleans. Nagin, was the 17th elected official from the city and its suburbs to be sentenced on federal corruption or fraud charges since Hurricane Katrina. I'll post a list just to get Mendicant started.
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