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Whose Welfare?

Snooper6 Wrote: Jan 30, 2013 9:36 AM
Wow! Maybe it's time for YOU to check out. Take a long walk on a short pier. Sayonara! You'll be missed like a mosquito bites that heals, fast.
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Whose Welfare?

Snooper6 Wrote: Jan 30, 2013 9:15 AM
Thank God for Thomas Sowell. This is a man of intelligence, grace and moral goodness. Distinctly the opposite of Obama.
Re: the deer. Reminds me of the looney colonel in battle who demands that – in accordance with military rules, soldiers must change their shirts once a day. An aide laments to the looney colonel that after months of battle, the men have only their own last shirts. Waal, sez the LC, have ‘em change shirts with each other! The rules must be obeyed!
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Shouting Louder

Snooper6 Wrote: Jan 29, 2013 9:27 AM
When you read Sowell on Hillary, remind yourselves that when Hillary was running for the Senate, she – according to a Washington Post Story – attended a Homosexual fund raiser to take campaign donations. There were pederasts (boy molesters) from the NAMBLA [North American Man-Boy Love Association) present. The fund-raising gimmick was to auction off old chairs as “antiques” to raise campaign money for Hillary! [“Hillary!”” was her campaign battle cry. ] The lesbian MC teased the NAMBLA perverts present, saying “You’ll need smaller chairs for your boys!” She was referring to the boys that the NAMBLA perverts were raping and sodomizing. Tee-Hee! Can you dig it? The fact is that Hillary took campaign money from NAMBLA perverts
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Do Gun Control Laws Control Guns?

Snooper6 Wrote: Jan 22, 2013 10:46 PM
Dr. Sowell -- as usual -- is just about infallible. Alone, he is a national treasure. He brings sense and sensibility to every discussion in which he is involved..
BHO' was a Republican? He believed in traditional marraige? That would be WORLD NEWS? Check out his politics in Chicago. What planet are YOU from? This is a gag, right? The world flat? What ARE you smoking?
Any sane voter will do.
This is the old "We are all sinners" ploy. Then homosexuality, adultery, pedophilia are all "God's Work"? There is NOTHING valid or credible that Hoover did anything homosexual. You are trusting Jan Leno Letteman who impregnated a servent of his. You are just chanting the homosexual line. People forget that Hoover did a great deal to ferit out the Klan racists. Some of those cells had more FBI type than Klansmen. Hoover didn't trust King -- a sign of wisdom, -- but lying about Hoover is just what the uber-Left & foppish feys do.
Recent revelations detail Jackie Kennedy's listening on the phone as FBI director Hoover was briefing JFK on wiretaps of King acquiring prostitutes for the main men coming to a big MLK confab -- a walk or something. Maybe the "I Have A Dream" thingy. Reported in the very far Left Washington Post. Another artticle profiled the 8 major black Clergy of the Civil Rights era. One thing they had in common was that each one impregnated his wife before marraige, including MLK. No biggee you say? What about wearing that white collar? Not proven You are not to bring this up. It's obscene squared. So, shhhhh. Keep this under your hat. What about that book, "The King God Could Not Save"? By a black preacher, I think. All lies by hateful racists
I am staggered that Star fails to note that King's principle assistant -- Bayard Rustin -- was a flagrant homosexual, documented in books by black clergy. After a meeting in California, Rustin went out for a walk, met two young men, and fellated both. A book by a King acquaintance described Abernathy's (King's main advisor as as "man of the cloth) tale of that hotel room King and Abernathy shared in the city where King was murdered. A woman who wanted to continue her liaison with King visited them, and "the apostle of peace" knocked her over a bed! Boston U. was about to recind King's Ph.D. for plagiarism, but bowed to pressure and allowed it. All this is a matter of public record. How can Star not know this? That's the tip of the iceberg
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It's a Christie Thing

Snooper6 Wrote: Jan 17, 2013 11:05 AM
They're jis' pickin'on da Gov 'cause he is two piano-benches wide! To hug him one must have some chalk so,,,,as in the old song ny Two-Ton Baker/The Music Maker entitled "Huggin' and a chalkin'" you must work around him in segments, chalkin' 'till the circumference is complete!. Reminds me of an office mate who -- when she stepped into the elevater, it suddenly dropped 2 inches before its programmed decent. Somewhat nerve-racking you see.
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