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Max Allen: Chief Divisiveness Officer

Mokki Wrote: 6 hours ago (6:30 PM)
So true.
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Max Allen: Chief Divisiveness Officer

Mokki Wrote: 6 hours ago (6:27 PM)
Because it doesn't. You, sir, are the problem! And so am I.
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Kansas Senate Race is a National Election

Mokki Wrote: 9 hours ago (2:44 PM)
Absolutely.
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Kansas Senate Race is a National Election

Mokki Wrote: 9 hours ago (2:42 PM)
Well said, Darby. I didn't want Romney, or earlier, McCain, but I sure didn't sit home ... I voted for each of them. None of my conservative friends or family sat home, either. They each voted, and they voted for the Republican candidate, even though he wasn't their first choice.
Yes, clearly their motto.
The MSM is indoctrinated, and they're largely unaware that they've been indoctrinated. Not stupid, but most of them drank the Kool-Aid a long time ago, and have actually joined the propagandists.
And actually, I would really like to see U.S. borders secured, and I wouldn't mind putting troops on the borders to do that, if that's what it takes.
Sorry about the double post!
I guess I should amend my comment. James is right, I don't trust Obama. He doesn't deserve our trust. He has repeatedly lied about lots of things that really mattered — just about everything that he has told the American people — and thereby he has made it quite clear he has contempt for U.S. troops and the rest of us ordinary Americans. The most recent example of his contempt for us is his appointment of a political hack as Ebola czar. The objective of that particular pick is appointment is obviously to manage not the actual Ebola crisis, but the spin on it in the news. Now, about U.S. troops ... I don't object to them being sent anywhere for either military or humanitarian reasons, although military engagement naturally puts them at risk — but I want to be sure that they're as safe as they can be, especially when they're being sent to "fight" deadly diseases which appear to be highly contagious and for which there is no cure. And Obama hasn't specified, as far as I am aware, what they're going to be doing in West Africa. Some things are appropriate for them to do, some things aren't.
I guess I should amend my comment. James is right, I don't trust Obama. He doesn't deserve our trust. He has repeatedly lied about lots of things that really mattered — just about everything that he has told the American people — and thereby he has made it quite clear he has contempt for U.S. troops and the rest of us ordinary Americans. The most recent example of his contempt for us is his appointment of a political hack as Ebola czar. The objective of that particular pick is appointment is obviously to manage not the actual Ebola crisis, but the spin on it in the news. Now, about U.S. troops ... I don't object to them being sent anywhere for either military or humanitarian reasons, although military engagement naturally puts them at risk — but I want to be sure that they're as safe as they can be, especially when they're being sent to "fight" deadly diseases which appear to be highly contagious and for which there is no cure. And Obama hasn't specified, as far as I am aware, what they're going to be doing in West Africa. Some things are appropriate for them to do, some things aren't.
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