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Apartheid, like how the Obama administration treats Tea Party groups, Christian organizations and businesses, etc?
Considering how often Obama whines about "fairness," isn't it odd that his administration has treated people with the least amount of equality of any administration in recent memory? Tea Party groups, Christian organizations and businesses, non-union workers, etc, etc, have all suffered under the Obama administration. This administration has been as transparently biased in the partisanship of their treatment of Americans as they have been derelict in governing by the rule of law.
I guess those liberals want to continue the streak DeBiasio started when he shut down those charter schools which were successfully educating poor students. The poor of NY never had so much help!
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A Young College Grad Calls My Show

Weegie2 Wrote: May 27, 2014 7:31 AM
I realized, from my first class in Social Science at college, that everything outside of the hard sciences was of suspect intellectual merit. And I was a young, dumb liberally-minded kid at the time. What I wasn't was stupid, and could recognize BS when I heard it.
It seems to me that if he were actually being satirical, he would not have included the list of people to target. Instead of being Rousseauian and defending the right of others to speak, today's progressives are channeling tyrants in stamping out all those who disagree with their *fabulous* revolution.
Even if this number is real and all the claims of who enrolled are true, this still doesn't mean that PPACA is a "success." It just means it successfully met an arbitrary numbers goal for enrollment in a certain period. The claim of the program's success by Obama and his psychphants (intentional spelling) over an enrollment number is like claiming that you've won the war because you just drafted a large army. There is more to it than that, I think. But the coming days will be filled with gloating idiots who don't seem to understand that there is much, much more to a successful health care and insurance reform than having forced some small percentage of people into the new system by some arbitrary date.
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How Foreign is Our Policy?

Weegie2 Wrote: Apr 01, 2014 7:20 AM
To be fair, unless Obama comes out and directly states that these results were his intent all along, that really just leaves the option of believing him to be incompetent and clueless. We just do not possess the ability to look into another's heart or thoughts, which means that guessing to his motives is pure speculation, and of the same vintage as liberals calling conservatives greedy or racist based on their perception of our policies. It is an unworthy argument to make. So, we are left to judge Obama's presidency by his words and actions and the results. Which is why I find him to be incompetent, directionless and without any leadership skills - all traits NOT found in good presidents.
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Racist Elephants

Weegie2 Wrote: Mar 17, 2014 7:16 AM
Thanks, Neal. You've been missed. Excellent article and important point made. Enjoy your retirement and golf.
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The Lesson of Dunkirk

Weegie2 Wrote: Feb 21, 2014 7:19 AM
I consider what Cruz did and wants to do as a rear-guard action, to cover the general retreat from a battle that would be lost. When Cruz did that solo filibuster, it was not ultimately going to end ObamaCare or bring the Democrats off their "no negotiation" platform, but to demonstrate to the Democrats and to Republican voters that there is still a strength and a will to fight. This has the effect of heartening those who know retreat is necessary, while showing the opponent that the war isn't over. But I think the most harm that came out of Cruz's actions was done by the other Republicans who maligned him for standing up. They are the ones who sap their own parties' will to fight, who anger and divide their voters..
Don't think of it as 500K - 1M people losing their jobs, think of it as 500K - 1M people FREED from having to work! After all, unicorns and rainbows.
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Hung Up on 'Stand Your Ground'

Weegie2 Wrote: Feb 19, 2014 7:21 PM
At the NYT, the spirit of Jayson Blair lives on.
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