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Obama's Keystone Pipeline Trap

njjay38 Wrote: Apr 23, 2014 6:56 AM
I thought Jonah was going to comment about a different trap. Here's how I see it going down: Obama delays pipeline, GOP candidates use this issue as one of the main talking points in debates, commercials and advertising, then a few weeks before the election Obama approves it.
Obama's right, we don't do pinpricks. We just elect them.
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Obama's Munich

njjay38 Wrote: Sep 11, 2013 7:05 AM
There is another analogy to Hitler that is relevant here. The 1936 United States Olympic team was prepared to boycott the games in Berlin (over the objection of USOC prez Avery Brundage, anti-semitic Nazi bootlicker) due to the news of their treatment of Jews beginning to make its way here. So Hitler added Gretel Bergmann, Jewish track and field athlete to the German team. That was enough for Brundage to be able to convince US officials to drop the boycott. The moment the team set sail for Europe, Bergmann was dropped from the German team.
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Syria and Obama: Part II

njjay38 Wrote: Sep 10, 2013 6:51 AM
Contrary to the media chirpers' songs, a "no" vote by Congress will actually RESTORE America's credibility, proving that America is finally waking up to the joke of a president we have, something that's been known outside the US borders for years.
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Obama Gets His Gun Off Again

njjay38 Wrote: Aug 29, 2013 7:24 AM
As President Reagan said when asked who he supports in the Iran-Iran war of the 1980s, "Whichever side is losing."
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The Israeli Spring

njjay38 Wrote: Aug 29, 2013 7:16 AM
As Menachem Begin said when asked who he supports in the Iran-Iran war of the 1980s, "I wish both sides much success."
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The Left Vs. the Redskins

njjay38 Wrote: Aug 13, 2013 7:36 AM
Far as I'm concerned, the Redskins nickname is only the top of the list of offensive names in the NFL. Let's not forget the Kansas City Chiefs and their oppressors the Dallas Cowboys, not to mention the Cleveland Browns (who cares if they're named after a coach). As an animal right advocate, it galls me that people actually root for Falcons, Seahawks, Eagles, Bears, Lions, Bengals, Ravens, Rams, Panthers, Cardinals, Dolphins, Jaguars and Broncos to beat each other up. The animal kingdom is better than that, only humans do these evil things. And do we have to glorify greedy capitalists with names like Buccaneers, Titans, Raiders? Encourage massive credit-card debt with a name like Chargers? Glorify the tea party with that unseemly Patriots name (they should be investigated by the IRS)? And why bring religion (ugh) into the league by using Saints? I mean come on, that's almost as bad as the insult inflicted on the disabled and vertically challenged by the use of Giants. And what kind of example of global warming awareness does the name Jets set? Maybe it's time to ban football altogether. By the way I'm working on that too.
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Vouchers: My Personal Case

njjay38 Wrote: Jul 25, 2013 6:58 AM
School choice is to public education what the iphone is to the princess phone. I want to lIve to see the day that a politician, preferably at a nominating convention, says the following: "LET SCHOOLS COMPETE FOR THE PRIVILEGE OF EDUCATING MY CHILD!"
Amazing how the conventional wisdom that Obama will be out after 2016 continues even among those who get the guy.
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Is Netanyahu Turning Left?

njjay38 Wrote: Jul 09, 2013 7:43 AM
Too bad Israeli prime ministers have to learn the hard way, same as US secretaries of state, that a Palestinian state isn't just a difficult goal to attain, it's a metaphysical impossibility. A Palestinian state alongside Israel would mean the end of the Arab dream, not the beginning. For that reason it will never ever happen.
School Choice would be to the US education system what antibiotics are to infections.
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