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Colin Powell Uses Code Words to Describe Republican Party

woofpacker75 Wrote: Jan 14, 2013 10:13 AM
I think we all used to respect and admire Gen. Powell. At least I sure did. But now he's simply lost his marbles. What happened? Did he wake up one day noticing that Obummer is black, and decide that he (Powell) would have to support a black guy for president no matter how lying, unprepared, incompetent, un-American, Marxist and LAZY he was? And then spend all his public capital justifying that position? Sad. Really sad.
Tea Party in Wisconsin formerlyTea Party Wrote: Jan 14, 2013 10:45 AM
Yep it is sad. I never really thought much of him what with his convincing Daddy Bush to stop in Iraq.
The result was more of our own military dead, or seriously wounded; more deaths of Saddams Army and more torture deaths of Iraqi's at the hands of his demonic sons; and one thing I will never forget is the scene of those children Saddam imprisoned to keep their parents under his control..kids taken as young as 18 months through H S age. We should have gone it, gotten rid of Saddam and his regime and gotten OUT. This nation building was/is malarkey and costs more American lives, you cannot impose freedom or a Constitutional Republic on a people who have no understanding nor
desire for such, who are ruled by their religion, and are...

Yesterday former Secretary of State Colin Powell told illegal magazine toter and Meet the Press host David Gregory that the Republican Party is having an "identity crisis" and said there is a "dark vein of intolerance" inside the GOP. He accused leaders in the Party of using "code words" to put down minorities as if his own "dark vein" reference wasn't code for something. He predictably slammed Sarah Palin and portrayed birthers as an influentail sector of the Republican Party (they're not).

On the birther thing, I'd like to remind...