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Lee682 Wrote: Jul 31, 2013 12:39 PM
You're right of course, but that is no reason to avoid speaking the truth. His efforts are not in vain. Each and every one of us who reads his words are enlightened by them.
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Lee682 Wrote: Jul 31, 2013 12:35 PM
Contrary to the efforts of the left to manufacture this new racial group, Latino is not a race. It is a culture. If Latino is a race, then so is Amish.
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Lee682 Wrote: Jul 31, 2013 12:33 PM
Exactly. No one can solve a problem they are not a party to. So much of black culture seems to be about destroying oneself so that white people can then be blamed for it.
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Lee682 Wrote: Jul 31, 2013 12:26 PM
Why be part of the solution when there is so much power, money, and fame to be had by perpetuating the problem?
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Lee682 Wrote: Jul 31, 2013 12:25 PM
If a black man is alone in the forest, and he stubs his toe on a rock, is it still whitey's fault?
What exactly is a minority and how did you know that the people in line with you qualified as such?
Remember "Everybody Draw Mohammed Day?" Looks like it is time for a "Everybody Post Pictures of Your Kids Holding Their Rifles To Facebook Day."
Political power comes from the barrel of a gun. This is why those who hate freedom also hate and fear an armed nation. It is not possible to make slaves of people who will shoot you dead for trying. Attempting to enslave a politically empowered (aka armed) nation is nothing more than an elaborate means of committing suicide. The fundamental human right to keep and bear arms is the foundation of popular sovereignty in America. It is what makes this a nation whose citizens are their own masters, and more importantly masters of our government. The alternative is a country peopled not by citizens, but by subjects, beholden and subservient to the state. This is what would-be tyrants of every political stripe dream of.
Here ya go: http://www.cato.org/cato-university/study_course/
One thing the article omits is that he was actually a physician from a good family in Argentina. I'm a little embarrassed to say that I was 28 years old before I even found out who he was. I'd seen the T-shirts etc, but had never worn any of them. I had no idea of the history behind the man whose image adorned them. When I did find out, I was sickened that anyone would wear an image of him. Imagine if someone walked around wearing a photo of Josef Mengele on the front of their body. Those who wear his image are either ignorant of who and what he was and are just trying to look cool, or they knowingly embrace the evil that he represents. The first group needs to be educated. The second should be beat within an inch of their lives.
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