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Not Nearly as Daunting as the 1960s Riots

Matriarch Wrote: 12 hours ago (4:29 PM)
What we've seen in Ferguson is nothing like the Watts riots in the 1960's, but it might very well become more like it if the officer is not hung out to dry. We haven't seen the burning of the buildings yet or the snipers firing at the police who were carrying unloaded guns and not allowed to return fire. We could see Watts burning from downtown Los Angeles. Alas, Watts, even with a name change to South Central, has still not come back.
I don't quite understand how diversity makes us strong (as Bill Clinton was known to say). If everyone has his own beliefs and is pulling in his own direction where is the strength?
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Random Thoughts

Matriarch Wrote: Aug 19, 2014 4:32 PM
I don't really think we have a choice. Children across the nation are going back to school and we will see the disease effects of the of the illegals put in our schools in a month or two.
Have they printed Vargas t-shirts yet. We could alternate them with our Che Guevera shirts.
Not to mention scabies, measles, chicken pox, whooping cough, head lice, oh, and, bed bugs. All of these soon to be found in your child's school.
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A New Evangelizing Foreign Policy

Matriarch Wrote: Jul 04, 2014 7:56 PM
When two men or two women can physically produce a child without outside help, then we can believe they are normal.
The team owner should have to sell the team. By maintaining the Redskins name he is insulting a minority just as Sterling did in a private conversation. The only difference is that Redskins is a blatant, in your face insult. Maybe the government should take over all the sports teams and then nobody would be offended.
If you don't tell me about your sex life, then I can't comment.
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Wrong Lessons from Cantor Defeat

Matriarch Wrote: Jun 13, 2014 3:16 PM
Until we catch them we allow people to rob banks, but that doesn't make it legal.
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Wrong Lessons from Cantor Defeat

Matriarch Wrote: Jun 13, 2014 3:14 PM
I would love to have someone explain just which parts of the immigration laws need to be changed. Do we need new pathways to citizenship? We already have a pathway to citizenship. The illegals pouring across the border don't want to be citizens, they only want to goodies we offer. Try driving through an hispanic neighborhood in East Los Angeles and note the Mexican flags flying on their property and on their cars. Experience the almost monthly marches in downtown Los Angeles with all the Mexican flags, signs, and the slogans being shouted in Spanish. Enjoy some of the marches where the men wear bandannas on their faces to hide their identities. Scary when they're forcing you off the sidewalks. Experience all this and then tell me they just want to be U.S. citizens and pay their taxes. Baloney.
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