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Ted Cruz: Free Speech Matters

Randy 433 Wrote: Dec 20, 2013 10:21 AM
Phil Robertson was suspended because of his expression of his religious beliefs. A drunk lawyer could mop the floor with A&E over that. Truth is, he doesn't care what A&E does because he's now free from the work of filming...smack in the middle of duck season with him sitting in one of the largest migratory flyways in the world. If you know duck hunters, he's thrilled about this free time.
Actually there is one thing that's not racist: beating the hell out a person while screaming racial insults at them. That's not race-motivated. The fashionably correct have taken us to a place that we are unlikely to leave without bloodshed. This is why ammunition has been hard to find.
How do you suppose the massive federal government will be reduced? There are millions of federal jobs that are unsustainable.
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The Epic Meltdown of the Gun-Grabbers

Randy 433 Wrote: Sep 13, 2013 9:33 AM
She's right. She supressed the will of the voters when she violated the 2nd Amendment of the US Constitution...and it cost her her job.
True. You might want to watch the youtube video with Bill Whittle and Evan Sayet "The Kindergarden of Eden" It is a serious piece that legitimately explains why smart, educated prog-libs are wrong 100% of the time...without exaggeration. Ask one of your prog-lib buddies "On a scale of 1-10 with 1 being absolute evil and 10 absolute good, where would you rank GW Bush and Fidel Castro?" It is not possible, unless they are attempting to mislead you, for a prog-lib to give an answer based on planet Earth history and experience.
Beach sand is also a hazardous material if you are trucking it.
Funny you mention that. I recall a news report back in the late 1980s where a community organizer for the then young enviro-terrorist movement stated on national television that "Human beings are the AIDS virus of planet Earth." The implication was clear; in his opinion we need to remove humans from the planet.
Hey John. I'm a regular reader and I spend a lot of my day educating people about the pain liberals inflict on our country every day. Thanks for keeping up the good fight. On the Scariest, Deepest Secrets ...USPS article. I know the press has a lot of fun picking on that organization, but I worked as a vendor installing optical character recognition (OCR) equipment at the USPS years back. I can tell you with certainty that they DO have the technology knowledge and wherewithal to scan the face of all mailpieces and convert the 'image" to a zip code - right down to the sequence the carrier delivers the mail. They immediately use that information to print a barcode (called Intelligent Mail Barcode) on the mailpiece to allow for additional scanning later at other offices if needed. I was blown away by the sophistication of the technology. They work hard to do what they do amid a lot of competition and expensive regulatory pressure. They deserve a break, so you might want give then a shout out.
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