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Saul Alinsky alert: Don't debate on the issues; just smear you opponent with an irrelevant ad hominem attack.
Can someone grab a dictionary? Good. Look up the word "patriotism". I think you will find that it means "love of country". If Obama does not love his country, then his patriotism is, by definition, questionable. Let me go a step further: I don't question Obama's partriotism. He has none to question.
None of us can look into Obama's heart, but we can look at his actions: "By his fruits ye shall know him." (Mat.17:16) Anyone who sat through Rev Wright's sermons for 20 years is no Christian as far as I can tell.
The most important question: are you a liberal Democrat? (I know: It's redundant.) A "yes" answer should get you kicked out of the polling place.
America has voted Sniper best picture, and Chris Kyle an American hero. The Academy has just voted itself petty, irrelevant, and politically obnoxious. BTW, I do NOT get RichardsKY's criticism. What exactly is the problem noting that Taya Kyle was drop-dead gorgeous in her green dress? Every leftist female attendee was trying very hard to look as good (and mostly failing). Are conservative women supposed to look like drudges? For my money, both of the Kyles were better looking than the stars who played them in the movie.
Charlie Hebdo was not only Islamic, but followed the precise pattern of the life and deeds of Muhammad, "the perfect man": When the apostle [Muhammad] heard what she [Jewish poet, mother of five] had said he said, "Who will rid me of Marwan's daughter?" Umayr b. Adiy al-Khatmi who was with him heard him, and that very night he went to her house and killed her. In the morning he came to the apostle and told him what he had done and he [Muhammad] said, "You have helped God and His apostle, O Umayr!" When he asked if he would have to bear any evil consequences the apostle said, "Two goats won't butt their heads about her", so Umayr went back to his people. --The Life of Muhammad. A translation of Ishaq's "Sirat Rasul Allah", pgs. 675–676, A. Guillaume, Oxford University Press, 1955
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The View From The High Horse

BigLazlo Wrote: Feb 08, 2015 5:22 AM
It was completely inappropriate to invite Muslims. Muslims do not pray as we understand it. Muslims salat are not a conversation with God, but a recitation of verses from the Korean. Man is not entitled to speak to Allah, but only to praise him.
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Obama Versus America

BigLazlo Wrote: Feb 04, 2015 12:12 PM
Legal immigrants still compete wages down (even if they weren't willing to work for less than half that he American worker used to make just to get into this country) because they increase the supply of workers in an already saturated market. In my company they recently replaced a middle-aged white male engineer (who I expect was making 100K or more) with two engineers from India who make 30K each. They can't quite do the work that the previous engineer did and require much more support from fellow engineers, but the company saves 40K. The two from India are sharing a small apartment, don't go out, and eat most of their meals at the subsidized company cafeteria and can afford to be paid so little. Meanwhile, the previous engineer can't find work doing anything, even at lesser pay (employers don't think he'll stick around or he's "overqualified). He is going to lose his house soon, and maybe his marriage.
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Obama Versus America

BigLazlo Wrote: Feb 04, 2015 9:47 AM
I only wish that I could be as discriminated against as Obama. As far as I can tell, this guy has gotten a free ride his entire life. At most, the only discrimination he has seen might be affirmative action, which come to think about it, is how this ignorant, untalented and unqualified freeloader became president.
The "trend" is that ever more temperature measurement stations are being sited in urban heat islands, some of them near the hot-air exhausts of air conditioning units. For that matter, 1998 may only have been the "warmest" year as a consequence of the fact that Russia shut down many temperature measuring stations in Siberia because they couldn't afford them any longer. An wait -- didn't one of these agencies issue a very quiet correction recently that 1936 (of Dust Bowl fame) was actually the 20th century's warmest year?
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