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O'Reilly: Killing History

Mike4480 Wrote: Aug 04, 2013 3:27 PM
O'Reilly is right. Coulter obviously doesn't get the power of symbolism which was everything in those days. Why didn't the Kennedys stand up for James Meredith? Why didn't the pope speak out more to save Jews during WWII? Answer: It would not have done any good. Where was Bobby Kennedy three days before his assassination on June 5, 1968? Answer: Praying at Cristo Rey Mission Church in Oxnard, California in solidarity with largely Hispanic migrant farm workers and undocumented workers. What better symbol could there have been? "No greater love hath a man than to lay down his life for his friends."
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On the Road to Death Panels

Mike4480 Wrote: Oct 15, 2012 10:51 AM
I question your capitalistic premise, Star. Work can be defined as productive activity which meets the needs of people and families. Regardless of how many people have jobs, farmers produce the same amount of food production, water resources remain about the same, there is no lack of resources to provide shelter or decent clothing. Where is the problem? Government making foolish decisions, like converting corn into ethanol reducing our overall food supply, and bad trade deals putting America in debt to other nations. Defaulting on the debt will not change our domestic capacity for meeting our most basic human needs.
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