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In the library. Ever hear of it?
You could try copying and pasting the text onto a Word document. That's what I did and was able to read the article (so that I didn't have to wait for a formatting fix here).
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The Crucifixion of Jason Richwine

McD2004 Wrote: May 11, 2013 4:33 PM
Not all immigrants, just the immigrants who come here illegally and who come here with their hands out, not willing to do what it takes to do their part to advance the American way, which is to use every opportunity provided here to advance their own position and take charge of their own life and become independent responsible adults who teach their children to become independent responsible adults. Good try, but stating facts is not "hate speech" just because you have no defense and it makes you upset to read the statistics.
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25 Reasons To Dislike Liberals

McD2004 Wrote: May 11, 2013 10:20 AM
I call B.S. Were the people you were "talking to" liberals? Of course they would say that. Number 18 isn't about conservatives, it's about what the liberals did. Historical fact. period. Provide one legitimate example of conservative racism. I dare you.
Successful Blacks aren't withholding anything. Too many Inner-city Blacks aren't listening to them. We've seen this time and time again in many many different scenarios. Take investing for example: a millionaire can talk until s/he's blue in the face about the importance of investing, that you have to pay yourself first (or second if you're a tithe-payer), that you have to take the latte money and instead of drinking it, you have to invest it. Bam! There's your formula. Find a mutual fund with monthly dividends, or some other 10-12% interest maker and put $100 into it monthly from the time you're 20 and you'll be a millionaire too. How many people do this? Hardly any. The info is there but hearing, they hear not.
Good job on the double post not changing anyone's mind about what is or isn't PC. Shall I quote Mike889 above again?
How about, instead of shaming people, who mostly don't know how to feel it any more anyway, we set a time limit and child limit for receiving welfare. How about, "No money after the third out-of-wedlock child by different fathers." How about, "Work for Welfare." How about, "Lasts for one year while you find a job." How about, "Lasts for one year while you put yourself through college and can be extended year by year as long as you prove progress towards a degree and ends one year after college while you look for a job." There are many better ways welfare could be administered, yet, for some reason (progressive nanny mentality), we chose the worst possible way.
Wow, that obvious statement with no qualifying follow-up commentary almost leaves me speechless - note, I said, "almost." Fathers can die at an early age, of course, but does that mean there's NOTHING else that can be done? Oh woe-is-me. Does the father's death abdicate the mother from helping to find positive male mentors for her son(s)? No. There are plenty of males at church to help give their sons a male perspective. What about cousins, uncles or grandfathers? Why absolve them? A father is optimal, but even when he's gone, it still doesn't negate the need for a male example of how to become a strong, positive and productive member of society.
Black pandering to Obama has become nauseating. White pandering to Blacks has become nauseating. When Black folks admit they're voting for a man because he's Black and White folks with White-Guilt vote for a man because he's black, is it any wonder we don't have a pResident of any moral character? Dr. King is rolling in his grave. Pandering Blacks and White-Guilt Whites completely missed the point of his speech. And I know it's been said before, but bears saying again, "Judge a [person] by the content of [their] character, not the color of their skin."
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A Morally-Confused Marine

McD2004 Wrote: Feb 05, 2013 10:03 AM
murder
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A Morally-Confused Marine

McD2004 Wrote: Feb 05, 2013 10:02 AM
We need to get over the idea that dying is the worst thing that can happen to a person, then we need to realize that God welcomes home those who are "innocent." I have to ask the question though, is every civilian innocent just because they're a civilian? Why do you call them "innocent" without knowing all the details of what they may or may not have done to contribute to the situation? Did they protest or fight against the crrap their government put them through, or did they go along to get along? Do we really need Mr. Prager to spell out collateral damage to us in this day and age? It's a byproduct of war and war isn't pretty, but there IS a time for war.
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