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Glee Celebrates the 'T'

Paul408 Wrote: Apr 27, 2012 9:38 AM
Great. The scumbag spammer has shown back up. I guess it's time to get ready to flag comments on each thread.
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Those Cheapened Pulitzer 'Prizes'

Paul408 Wrote: Apr 25, 2012 11:14 AM
Hey, moron. Did you not hear? A little town in Rhode Island has one lone athiest filing suit against the town to have their fire department take down the Fireman's Prayer from their website and their station house, and remove the cross in front of their station that's been there 91 years. Someone forgot that there's not just the establishment clause in the First Amendment, but also a practice clause. And it's always about Christianity. In America, "Christian" is not an official relgion. So, how can it be an establishment? Catholic, sure. Baptist, Methodist, Lutheran or Episcapalian, sure. But, Christian? No. And the left is savaging anything that smacks of Christianity in the public square. It's a gutteral instinctive response.
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Those Cheapened Pulitzer 'Prizes'

Paul408 Wrote: Apr 25, 2012 11:10 AM
What a load. Conservatives do follow journalistic principles, and they get railroaded for it. In this day and age, what passes for "journalism" in this country is an absolute joke and proves that Journalism in this country is dead. Take the Trayvon Martin case for example. They did everything they could to prove an agenda. Ignore the death threats, ignore the calls to a racial war, ignore the presumptions of guilt, they took a story, blew it up, faked evidence and lied. All to push an agenda. The story in the Martin case really has become how badly the press has mangled the story to serve their own purposes and the purposes of the cabal in the White House.
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Those Cheapened Pulitzer 'Prizes'

Paul408 Wrote: Apr 25, 2012 11:06 AM
No. The HuffPo's puff piece was not worthy. There have been a LOT of hard-hitting journalistic pieces done over the last year, and some are Conservative, some are not, but the reality is, the Huffington Post was awarded the prize to give them a bone. Not because of excellence.
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Why I'm Adopting Sandra Fluke

Paul408 Wrote: Apr 25, 2012 9:36 AM
Why do these scumbags think that this is the appropriate place to shill their stuff? Jeez. And they post on nearly every thread. It's just stupid.
The sad thing is, she's a Senator. That means, no gerrymandering. That means that they're really that insane in California. Oh, and to make it better, she was opposed by a decent candidate last time around, and the candidate was abandoned by the GOP and left on her own to try to defeat a sitting Senator. Obviously, she lost.
And Julianne is just as wrong as any other liberal who spreads that lie. I hate Obama for his policies. For the content of his character and not the color of his skin. I DON'T CARE WHAT COLOR HIS SKIN IS! I care what damage he does to the country.
A few days ago, in Toledo, a 78 year old white man was grabbed by 6 black youths. They cornered him, and he said he didn't have any beef with them, and remeber Trayvon, and that innocent people didn't need to die. They attacked him, beat him, 5 of them lifted him up and dropped him while the 6th monster kicked him in the chest screaming "Kill the white man" and "This is for Trayvon". The paper made it out to be that the youth may have just mistook his comments as inciteful to the monsters. 2 of the 6 have been arrested, and fortunately, the man survived. It's in the Toledo paper, but no mention on MSNBC, ABC, CBS, NBC CNN or any of the other clown networks. It was only heard of because Drudge happened to have a brief mention of it.
Take the time to educate yourself before you open your mouth and sound like a liberal liar.
Well, take a look at the college cataloges. There is no "American History" in any of the 11 catalogs. There is one college that is close, an Introduction to United States History I & II. Other than that, American history is lumped in with the review of American legal history, American history of sex, African American History, and dozens of other subjects. Only one college has a review that is speficically of the history of America. Every other college lumps in western history (including Canada and Latin America) into what is acceptable for the American History requirement. Oh, and by the way, there is one catalog that has a topic of American History and not one single class that is specifically the history of America.
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