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Why do Americans Hate America?

USNbubblehead Wrote: 6 hours ago (11:02 AM)
"If we could question those Americans who have gone to fight with jihadists, it would be interesting to see what they were taught in school..." I think for many of them, it was what they were taught at home and at their mosques that has influenced them more than anything they weren't taught at school. I'm sure that public schools teaching moral equivalence while simultaneously excluding traditional mores and history has its role, but I'm doubtful its as much.
"But that explanation doesn't necessarily address why, having voluntarily jettisoned his freedom and safety, he now wants to go home." Well, actually, it makes lots of sense. Like many younger Americans, he may see authority as something not to be taken seriously. Challenging it here in our institutions has become a real game with these kids; they take nothing seriously. Its all a big joke. Flip them the bird. What a shock it must be to go to a place like that and find out that its no joke at all. Of course he wants to go home now. Too late, kid. These NK's are not going to play around with you.
"The House Oversight Committee report suggests there may be a conflict of interest in having the ARB rely so heavily on the State Department that it's investigating for staff and resources. " Umm...gee, ya think?
"Wait! This just in: I've discovered that I, too, am racist. Yes, it's a belated discovery, but a discovery nonetheless. To purge my neighborhood of the stain, I involuntarily place my house up for sale -- starting at three times its appraised fair market value. Bring your checkbook." Wow. Nicely deduced, Mr. Elder, very nice. Sad part is, others will gladly pick up on his 'racist' remarks as they help move the race baiting narrative forward. The fact that he'd profit handsomely from the sale and most likely be sheltered from capitol gains taxes makes it a win-win for both he and the race hustlers. Its too bad that this guy thinks the money he makes will be worth the damage that will be done to our nation as a result.
I wouldn't get too cozy with the guy. Mass. voters tend to like the SOUND of guys like Seth Moulton initially, but they're usually gone after one term. You have to be a far left liberal to have any longevity in Mass. You practically have to have your feet hanging off the left edge. And then the guy will move up here to NH and run for office like our most recent carpetbagger, Scott Brown. : (
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Journalists in Screech Advocacy Mode

USNbubblehead Wrote: Sep 10, 2014 11:13 AM
Nope. They don't care because there's no profit in it.
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Journalists in Screech Advocacy Mode

USNbubblehead Wrote: Sep 10, 2014 11:12 AM
Dan Rather will listen only "if you tell me you are prepared to send your son, your daughter, your grandson, your granddaughter to that war of which you are beating the drums." Says the guy who never served. Well Dan 'ole buddy 'ole pal, my son is serving right now, how's that grab ya? I served as well. I've got a suggestion for you, why don't you just dry up and take all the gray pony-tailed hippies from the sixties with you.
"The New Jersey Turnpike? The long-believed claim of "racism" on that highway has been investigated -- and debunked. Twice. " The libs don't care. They'll just keep repeating it and repeating it until it sticks The truth is not important to these people, only perception is.
This dingbat, Harf, is about the most idiotic state department spokesperson I've ever seen. Wow. Just wow.
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No Military Dog Left Behind

USNbubblehead Wrote: Sep 03, 2014 11:43 AM
"We leave it with our allies-of-the-moment." Of course, that's before it winds up in the hands of our enemies-of-eventuality.
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