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The 10 Worst Bombings in US History

strawfoot60 Wrote: Apr 16, 2013 11:01 AM
I was just thinking the same thing. Perhaps Ayers and Dohrn would like to offer some commentary about how they would have targeted and murdered innocent people at the Boston Marathon, and the design of bomb they typically used when they committed heinous acts of butchery.
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The New Rules for Radicals

strawfoot60 Wrote: Jan 31, 2013 2:21 PM
I suggest as Rule #1: Lead from the front, lead by example, and lead with the same conviction as a 22 year old non-comm that's charged with keeping other people's kids alive in a lethal environment. That'll be a good way to understand where the average American is coming from. That's how WE live our lives out here in flyover country. I suggest as Rule #2: Stop answering questions, start offering truth and solutions. Every minute a republican spends answering questions with moronic opinionated gibberish, he's reacting to other people's agenda instead of working his own and his constituents'. I suggest as Rule #3: Fight to win. We don't want want change we can believe in; we want representation we can believe in.
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G.W. was MIA

strawfoot60 Wrote: Nov 15, 2012 8:52 AM
Mr. Reagan; With all due respect, I believe you are way, way, way, out of line on this. Mr. Bush gave eight years of his life to serving this nation in one of its most brutal eras. I certainly do not idolize the man, but he was asked to serve and he did. You have no more right to pull this mess any more than if we had gone over to Walter Reed and told all of our wounded heroes that they've had their rest and now it's time for them to get out of bed and win Afghanistan for us. Your argument is wrong headed. In a nation of 300 million, it's the job of the Conservative to build future leaders from within our ranks. You don't seem to understand that the reason America rejected Romney was because he was too much like GWB! Wake up!
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