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yes!...but just out of curiosity, I would like to know how much the cranky criticizing liberal has given to charity....especially that which is not expected of him to give (i.e. your typical liberal politically correct social status charity)
I would definitely, most positively, vote for a man who loves his fellow man, love his country, loves God, and is true to his faith....Mitt Romney. I would never, vote for a man who sat in a “church” of hate for 20 yrs (and after months of criticism, his only defense was that he didn’t hear Rev. Write’s speeches), a man who hates his country, a man who has turned his back on most of our allies, a man who thinks himself a god.....Obama. No, I would never ever vote for Obama....he is not a nice person in any sense of the term
I still prefer the true story about how Obama as a lawyer in Chicago defended the actions of slum lord Brazier and got him off with a mere $50.00 fine. Brazier, if you don’t know, failed for nearly a month to supply heat and running water for the complex's 15 crumbling apartments. On Jan. 18, 1994, the day the heat went off, Chicago's official high temperature was 11 below zero, the day after it was 19 below. The residents were then ordered to leave their homes in the freezing winter temps without the due process in which they would have been given a legal eviction procedure. Later after all was said and done, those families had no where to go...they were just thrown out onto the streets with no money, no shelter....nothing.
you need a lesson in reading comprehension.....it wasn’t he homeless, it was the VA...and what a shame that our veterans (for all they have done, all they have sacrificed, all their families have sacrificed) the United States can’t see to their having a proper diet. We can supply cell phones and minutes for welfare recipients, but we can’t supply milk for our veterans.
No I prefer the true story about how Obama as a lawyer in Chicago defended the actions of slum lord Brazier and got him off with a mere $50.00 fine. Brazier, if you don’t know, failed for nearly a month to supply heat and running water for the complex's 15 crumbling apartments. On Jan. 18, 1994, the day the heat went off, Chicago's official high temperature was 11 below zero, the day after it was 19 below. The residents were then ordered to leave their homes in the freezing winter temps without the due process in which they would have been given a legal eviction procedure. Later after all was said and done, those families had no where to go...they were just thrown out onto the streets with no money, no shelter....nothing.
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