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Not happy at the White House? Not even as a vacation home?
Does this mean that Hagel anticipates more "workplace violence"? Was this belated recognition of a threat due to the guidance provided by the members of the Muslim Brotherhood that Obama has appointed to his White House Advisory Councils? Or, was in in spite of their guidance? Is it the reason for the current emphasis on making the US military a friendlier place for transgenders? Are Obama and Hagel going to dress in drag to set an example for the military?
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Dumb Politicians Won't Get Elected

Sydney17 Wrote: Dec 26, 2013 4:20 PM
Maybe they can't be dumb, but they certainly can't be honest.
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This is not crime, this is war

Sydney17 Wrote: Dec 26, 2013 3:52 PM
What would Obama do, if an attack on the USA like the 9/11 attack occurred? First, he would make a speech, condemning the video that was the cause of the attack. He would go on to condemn the perpetrators, and pledge to cooperate with the UN in an investigation to identify the perpetrators and to bring them to justice. He would remind everyone that Islam is the religion of love, and that terrorism is the work of a tiny minority. Then, he would travel around the world, apologizing for the arrogance of the USA. He would bow and kiss the ring of the King of Saudi Arabia, the country from which the attackers originated. He would appoint more members of the Muslim Brotherhood to his White House Advisory Councils. And, he would undoubtedly win another Nobel Peace Prize for his refusal to allow the attack to jeopardize world peace.
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Giving Thanks to Our Veterans

Sydney17 Wrote: Nov 11, 2013 2:53 PM
On this Veterans Day the nation expresses its appreciation for those who served, especially for those who gave life or limb. At the same time, the nation should express its outrage that politicians have sent our military into battles that they are not permitted to win, to pursue obscure or even undefined objectives. The last war that the USA unquestionably won was WWII. Some may say that we won the war in Iraq, but the success or failure of war is displayed in the outcome, and the ultimate outcome in Iraq has erased the value of whatever may have been won in battle. In WWII, the US carpet bombed German industrial cities, turning them into ashes and rubble. The US carpet bombed and nuked Japanese industrial cities, turning them into ashes and rubble. Those were horrendous actions, but war is horrendous. We did those things in order to achieve the unconditional surrender of enemies whose horrendous deeds had taken American lives and jeopardized the civilized world. We demanded unconditional surrender as the only acceptable result for those who unconditionally gave their lives and limbs. But, the result of WWII was a far cry from the results of the “limited” and “police” actions that have occurred since. Our military are committed to risk their lives and limbs by politicians who don’t have the faintest idea of what war is like, and for whom political ambitions are the driving force. On this Veterans Day, the sight and sound of a politician, raising his chin in a Mussolini-like posture, pontificating about the selfless sacrifice of our wounded and fallen, offends me. Let those who truly understand what those who served have endured, and why they have sacrificed, honor them. On this Veterans Day, let the politicians be quiet and stay out of sight, so as not to pollute the honor that is due, and that is being given to our Veterans.
Well, John, if you disagree with Obama, you're a racist, and if you advocate the Ten Commandments, you advocate Hate Literature, and if you want to follow the Constitution, you want to put blacks back in chains, and if you want to balance the budget, you hate the poor, but all that doesn't make you cute. Syd Chaden
The Coalition of African-American Pastors has demonstrated the courage and conviction and their faith by standing firm against the moral decay of political correctness. If he was alive today, Martin Luther King would stand with them. You don't hear much about Martin Luther King, these days, because he advocated compliance with the Ten Commandments and the moral and ethical teachings of his religion. In fact, he would be condemned today for his position by some who are prominent solely because of their past association with Martin Luther King.
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