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Ready For Hillary?

majer Wrote: Jun 12, 2014 10:23 AM
We already elected one person to the presidency for a frivolous reason: he would be the first black president. Will we make the same mistake and vote again for a frivolous reason: she would be the first female president? If we do that, we are dumber than dumb.
Bill made $400,000 every year for eight years as president. And they had free living expenses. Plus they made money giving speeches. If she's so bad at managing her household budget and personal finances, why the heck would we give her the U.S. economy to run?
And what kind of people (liberals) and president (traitor) would want to flood the population with millions of uneducated, unskilled, non-English speaking foreigners who will contribute nothing to our country or society, but will be loafers and spongers forever? This is a disaster of gigantic proportions.
And...the average Wal-Mart employee makes $12.81 an hour. That's $5.56 above the national minimum wage of $7.25. Wal-Mart is pure evil.
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The Vaunted 'Competence' Of Barack Obama

majer Wrote: May 26, 2014 8:29 AM
Correct. The Saturday before Katrina made landfall, George Bush begged Kathleen Blanco, then governor of Louisiana, to allow the National Guard to be activated in the state. She refused. Many people don't know that there is a law called Posse Comitatus (passed in 1878) that requires that governors give permission for troops to be mobilized in their states. This law tied Bush's hands. Blanco also refused to allow FEMA and the Red Cross to set up staging areas where supplies (water, food, blankets, etc.) could be handed out to victims. Nagle refused to issue the evacuation order on Saturday, as George Bush had asked him to do. Consequently, when he finally did, it was too late.
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The Vaunted 'Competence' Of Barack Obama

majer Wrote: May 26, 2014 8:18 AM
r27cj, you are absolutely correct. Jimmy Carter set the housing crisis in motion when he signed the Community Investment Act. Bill Clinton moved it along when he reinforced the Community Investment Act during his presidency. Read Dr. Thomas Sowell's book, "The Housing Boom and Bust" for the facts. Bush tried five times to get legislation passed that would reinstate requirements and standards for home mortgage lending. Chris Dodd and Barney Frank blocked it every time. The crisis of 2008 and beyond lies squarely at the feet of the democrats.
Bravo! Right on.
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Liberal Racism

majer Wrote: May 04, 2014 9:43 AM
You are so right! The Civil Rights Act was written by Everett Dirksen, then a republican senator from Illinois. If you look at the vote in the Congressional Record, the yeas and nays, you will see that the Civil Rights Act of 1964 was overwhelmingly enacted by republicans, not democrats.
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Life Under the Obama Doctrine

majer Wrote: May 03, 2014 9:48 AM
"The once great democratic party that put country first" has been hijacked by far-left socialists and communists. Read the mission statements of the Progressive Congressional Caucus and the Black Congressional Caucus. They read like the Communist Manifesto, with their emphasis on "social justice" and "economic justice." These are communist terms.
No, we don't anymore and it will only get worse. I'm glad I'm 67 and won't have to live too long in the world that's being created right now. All young people and any babies being born now will have to live in that world. I feel sorry for them.
Don't be too sure that she'll be a laughingstock when she gets into the "real" world. Look at what happened to Brendan Eich at Mozilla and, most recently, to Don Sterling, owner of the Clippers. The so-called adults in the buisness world are becoming just as nutso as college kids. The truly tragic thing about all of this stuff is that we're losing our first amendment right to free speech and free expression (freedom to act, as in having a Mexican fiesta).
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