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I find it odd that we would remove a memorial to veterans because of a cross. In France, a declared secular country, there are numerous crosses for the dead of their wars, from 1870-WWII, nobody in that declared secular state sees the need to remove crosses. They recognize a memorial versus the state forcing a particular religion. @$$ clowns with too much time, too much money, too little brains.
I don't remember who said it and I'm paraphrasing but the quote, "Liberals want to make poverty comfortable, Conservatives want to make poverty temporary." A wage increase would help a few, hurt alot, and greatly help a select few namely the politicians who need a docile, easily riled uderclass who appreciates scraps and pay back big on election day.
In France where I lived for a few years in the McDonald's over there you have no interaction anymore with someone to take your order. You have kiosks to place the order and maybe 1 person near where the counter used to be to help the (mostly) older customers who don't understand the computer. If they keep it up here that'll happen in the US, computers generally don't strike, all you need is a few employees to make and bag the food. They'll protest themselves out of jobs.
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Manhunt Underway for Second Suspect

LeBelieuDad Wrote: Apr 19, 2013 11:37 AM
Al-Qaeda and jihad are on the run since the death of Bin Laden right?
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Manhunt Underway for Second Suspect

LeBelieuDad Wrote: Apr 19, 2013 11:35 AM
Yes its the NRAs fault two psychotic jihadists used BOMBS to attack a marathon, and used explosive devices in a clash with police. If only they had made explosives and murder illegal
why weren't they welcome?
“I understand people’s right to freedom of speech, but this is a private university, and as such, we have the right to protect our students from things that are uncomfortable.” Doesn't this statement mean almost everything should be banned since just about everybody is uncomfortable with something. A radical muslim may object to a jewish student group. An atheist club dislikes Bible Study. The Student Democrats are upset with =student Republicans. And what about the students who were denied forming a pro-life group at the university they pay for, perhaps they're uncomfortable with the SGA, will the student senate ban itself for the comfort of its students? Quel Cons...Forward!
French elections are fairly secure. To vote you are required to show your national id card and also your carte electorale. The carte electorale is sent at the beginning of the year when there is a vote and is a little paper booklet that gets a hole punched after you vote to show you voted, show up without those 2 things and you can't vote. Non citizens are not allowed to vote and the French, including my wife wonder why the US doesn't have a requirement to show id to vote.
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"Forward" to the Past?

LeBelieuDad Wrote: Dec 19, 2012 3:53 AM
America takes a Great Leap Forward
so is the liberal impulse to deny racism and see it everywhere a sympton of their own deep seated racism is that why they are the loudest about being buddy buddy with minorities to hide their own inner hate and bias are they overcompensating
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Don't Get Carried Away About Clinton

LeBelieuDad Wrote: Dec 08, 2012 1:14 PM
actally just on experience alone Bush was more qualified than Obama. Governor of one of the largest states versus state legislator/senator for less than one term. In the realm of executive experience Bush had considerably more if you were to look at their respective resumes before taking office
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