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Obama, Jeh, Pelosi, Reid, Holder and the rest of that thugocracy have nothing to fear from these MS-13 pukes. Members of the thugocracy live in well-protected gated communities, send their children to private schools, do not have to rub shoulders with disease-riddled immigrants in overcrowded doctors' offices, or have to suffer any of the indignities their misguided policies have inflicted upon the "ordinary" American. Why should they worry about any of the trash that comes over the border?
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Best News Ever: Obama is Worst Ever!

rogermcall Wrote: Jul 07, 2014 1:28 PM
It's not so much a case of "claiming" as being "branded." Just try to be a mixed race person who considers himself "white"-- and then run for cover, from both sides. I speak from experience.
The same idiots who voted for Obama-- twice. That is, the ones who can read.
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The Clinton Motto: Contempt and Elitism

rogermcall Wrote: Jul 06, 2014 12:01 PM
There is a trailer trash "mentality," which may be what M.A. Harris was alluding to.
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The Clinton Motto: Contempt and Elitism

rogermcall Wrote: Jul 06, 2014 11:59 AM
Make that "Bill Clinton is the trailer trash conman that James Carville HIMSELF IS" and I will agree with you 100%.
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Obama’s Scandal Playbook

rogermcall Wrote: Jul 04, 2014 3:16 PM
Flatulent Flattus! LOL
"Georgia Rep. John Lewis recently said that, 'If the Civil Rights Act was before the Congress today, it would not pass, it would probably never make it to the floor for a vote.' " : But there's a bright side to this hypothesis: If it were true, we would not have to suffer the likes of John Lewis in Congress.
This sums up the relevance and validity of NOW for any thinking person. Period.
"Discussion" with a Progressive? You're kidding, right?
"So tell me again why I'd want to support your beliefs & candidates? Oh, that's right - I wouldn't because anyone who responds with ridicule and derision obviously has nothing of substance to say." In two snarky sentences you have captured the very essence of what so many liberals mean by "thoughtful or serious discussion," especially since so many of them proffer "stereotypes and generalizations" so similar to those you decry in the article. I am still at a loss as to where in the article Derek Hunter attempts to persuade anyone to adopt his political beliefs or advocates for a specific candidate. Perhaps I am naive in my suspicion that anyone who reads his columns has already arrived at a particular mindset? Anyway, thanks for sharing.
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