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Obama and the Road Not Taken

Polly1 Wrote: Jul 31, 2014 12:40 PM
And aren't we all eager to see who takes America's place as the world's superpower!! Right now it looks like a contest between Russia and China, both of which are more competent and beneficent than America. Right?
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Obama and the Road Not Taken

Polly1 Wrote: Jul 31, 2014 12:35 PM
Yes but nothing works like lots and lots of Tweets. Most importantly, Tweets with sharply-worded hashtags. It's known as Hashtag Activism, and I think we can see how that's working out, especially for the kidnapped schoolgirls of Nigeria (they HAVE been freed... haven't they?).
Harry Truman said, "It is amazing what you can accomplish if you do not care who gets the credit." But Harry was wrong. By letting the racist LBJ take credit for the Civil Rights Act, he and his party have gotten credit for being the NOT-racist party. And the MSM isn't about to point out who has really been working to bring rights to blacks throughout the last hundred years or so. So the Ds continue to take the credit and they continue to relegate blacks to poverty. They're racist, but they're clever. Diabolical, even. But they couldn't do it without the help of the cheerleading MSM.
You didn't read the column, did you Bob. The "declining" murder rate was addressed right in the column. I suppose Rahm really DID attend that vigil, huh Bob? Obama probably took time off from fund-raising to go, too. Their concern is simply not being reported by the racist media, right? Because they obviously CARE about that murder rate, as can be seen by nearly every Obama press conference, where he urges Chicago blacks to cease fire and get to the bargaining table. 'Cause he really, really cares--and wants "tranquility" for everyone in the world, most especially those gangsters in Chicago.
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Killing Marine Life with Ethanol

Polly1 Wrote: Jul 19, 2014 11:22 PM
Yes, but that doesn't explain why environmentalists quietly accept the carnage.
Or to seriously please Native Americans, they could rename the team "The American Redskins."
Oh yeah? What are we in Indiana supposed to do??!
After Prohibition was enacted, alcohol did to our country what drugs are doing now. Yes, legal alcohol causes problems, but they're not nearly as severe as the problems caused by making alcohol illegal. I've heard from young people that drugs are now easier to get than alcohol is. Once drugs were legal, there could be some adult supervision. Most importantly, the incredible profits would be eliminated--causing serious unemployment in the drug trafficking business, as well as hampering the financial ability of gangs to recruit and grow.
It also doesn't hurt that there's a steady drumbeat that it's wrong to call people who break the law to come into America "illegals." The sooner we can legitimize all illegals, the sooner the Dems can get to building their voting base. I wish they'd start saying it's wrong to call those who violate our speed limits "violators," and worse, giving us tickets that we're expected to pay. With our OWN money. That's just wrong! (Think the next cop who stops me will buy that? Think I might speed even more if he did?)
Or maybe he might blame a few things on "a few bone-headed decisions" by low-level employees somewhere in Ohio.
That's obviously true, Roadkill. Despite the raging of the Democrats that America is an evil, unfair country, there is no where else for anyone wanting freedom and plenty to go. And before long, there will be no where, period, where anyone can find liberty like there once was in America.
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