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Conservatives' Culture Bubble

Thl.com Wrote: Aug 19, 2014 12:14 AM
I agree with Mother of 4 and Carlos7. Watching such shows in order to be prepared at the office water cooler is allowing the culture to set the agenda. Why not bring up a more enlightened subject be it a movie or book instead?
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Is ISIS 'An Existential Threat'?

Thl.com Wrote: Aug 12, 2014 2:03 PM
You are right Dr._Zinj but Pat Buchanan and the peace at any price crowd, the ones who delight in labeling the Churchillian, voices crying out warnings of evil “war party” people will always find away to wait until it is too late.
Smitty1951 you wrote: "Poor wittle Jesse got his feeling hurt. To bad he couldn't have settled his spat with Chris Kyle like men in the olden days, each with a pistol and 20 paces. " Or alternatively a battle of wits matching IQ’s at 2 paces, well no, Jesse would stand a better chance in your suggested contest with Kyle the best marksmen of his generation.
“By the way, what is it with Obama and the word 'irresponsible'? In Wednesday's press conference, Obama said that by targeting civilians, Hamas was behaving 'extraordinarily irresponsibly.' This is only slightly less condemnatory than 'inadvisable' or 'unproductive' -- and far more conciliatory than the language he uses about Republicans daily.” It struck me as well. Sort of a Mr. Hitler was awfully rude to the Jewish people. He sickens me.
Vice President Biden-his-time plagiarized Neil Kinnock the Brits Labour Party chieftain and it never harmed him. It's probably a résumé enhancer among them clowns.
cowboy tom wrote: "It is doubtful that the redskin princess could have won anywhere else, but then we are talking about the state that kept bawney fwank, swimmer kennedy and lurch Kerry in DC for decades" As a good spin meister might put it, the good folks of Massachusetts did what they did in order to keep Lurch, the Champion of Chappaquiddick and the proprietor of the meet and greet home for young men out of their State by shipping them to DC.
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A Silly Excuse for a President

Thl.com Wrote: Aug 04, 2014 9:59 PM
Golda Meir, Indira Gandhi and Lady Thatcher were certainly competent enough as heads of state.
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Stop the Fear Mongering

Thl.com Wrote: Jul 25, 2014 10:58 PM
Bottom line to all this is the Democrats need replacement voters for the numbers they have butchered in their headlong race to exterminate via abortion on demand their largest voting bloc, blacks. Texas and Florida will become the next California if they are successful and that electoral lock spells doom to the Republican party of which Linda is a member. I understand the reason Democrats think that way but why she would is beyond me.
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Stop the Fear Mongering

Thl.com Wrote: Jul 25, 2014 1:15 PM
Red Shark, Dittos, hee hee hee, right on right right on!
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Apology to an Anti-Chicken Bigot

Thl.com Wrote: Jul 18, 2014 9:49 PM
No surprise J_, "Ask a science-fiction fan who the three greatest writers of the 20th century were and you’ll start an argument that will last all day, but the consensus remains that they were Isaac Asimov, Sir Arthur C. Clarke, and Robert A. Heinlein. Clarke kept politics out of his novels. Asimov was a devoutly liberal Democrat; liberal New York Times columnist Paul Krugman has repeatedly stated that his teenage enjoyment of Asimov’s Foundation series, which depicts a precisely planned and controlled future, inspired him to become an economist and a man of the Left. Robert A. Heinlein, however, was a conservative." Heinlein’s Conservatism http://www.nationalreview.com/articles/250773/heinlein-s-conservatism-martin-morse-wooster
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