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Giving Thanks for America's Givers

The Liberal Mind vs Facts Wrote: Nov 21, 2012 10:17 AM
Gary, I felt the same as you as to these victims. I felt empathy for them until I started to see them on TV begging for the Government to come to their aid instead of their fellow Americans and complaining instead of doing. On the whole, their voting history has done much to destroy America and I hope Hurrican Sandy is the slap in the face they need to open their eyes. I am a Texan and you and your ideals are welcome to move here. I don't want these blue Americans moving here though and messing up a great state.
Gary 56 Wrote: Nov 21, 2012 10:27 AM
Thanks for your good conservative values. I live in a deep blue state but have never been blue, nor my parents. As I contemplate self-deportation I am looking for a situation that will work for me. Texas is high on my list. May God bless our Republic.


Chandler Osborn, 14, watched Fox News coverage of Hurricane Sandy last week and decided to take action.

"Last weekend, me and my younger brother, Cooper, 7, did a fundraiser in Colorado Springs to help the people" affected by the storm, he told me. The siblings set up a table at the Colorado Springs Sugar Plum Festival, gave away patriotic car magnets and pins for any donations, and collected signatures on a giant banner of support for the victims. "We raised $612 in one weekend."

The Osborns joined countless Americans across the country who stepped up, in small and large ways, to...