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Very well said, right.
Most Americans don't know what they might really think, if they had the real information the MSM ought to be giving them, instead of the leftist/progressive/Democratic propaganda they've been serving up to the masses for decades. Conservatives need to keep working hard to get their message out to ordinary voters, despite the leftist and progressive liars and propagandists in the news media. I don't think most Americans really are in the middle, or would be if they were accurately informed.
I agree with you 100 percent, Carole, and support Scott Walker, too.
I agree. No to Jeb Bush and his deleterious whims, schemes and agendas.
Very well said, both comments.
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Very well said. And yes, amazingly close to hom.
Santa Claus, no "e". Sorry about that.
In actuality, Santa Clause (St. Nicholas) already had religious footing ... but that wasn't widely known. I would bet this ban was not on the basis of the jolly old elf being a Roman Catholic saint, but on the basis of him being well beloved by generations of American children. My bet is that it's an anti-American/Western culture thing.
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Mokki Wrote: Dec 16, 2014 6:28 PM
The information that is missing here is this: Did he pass out, on the job, the book to his those he supervises? Or did some of them simply learn that he had written it and ask him for it, and he gave it to them? The column doesn't answer those questions. I would agree that, in this anti-Christian environment, a Christian supervisor should be very careful that he doesn't disseminate anything to people he supervises that could be used against him. This would include religious-themed Christmas cards. But did this fire chief do that?
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Mokki Wrote: Dec 16, 2014 6:23 PM
Very well said.
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