Walter Williams and Thomas Sowell are excellent writers - they simply rock!
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But if namexxx is talking about RR shutting up about Benghazi, well, that's a different kettle of fish, isn't it?
namexxx: "Do yourselves a favor and shut up."
Sorry, no will do.
You people keep blabbering on about Benghazi -- yet we're still fighting (and paying for) the wars YOU started a full decade ago.
Do yourselves a favor and shut up.
"I do not understand what you are trying to say. What point are you trying to communicate?"
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I considered that "make friends" option more tongue-in-cheek than realistic. Libs have no sense of the obvious nor a sense of humor.
Rational people in our day and age would have great difficulty "making friends" with white supremacists, if at all. Those supremacists are out there, and in the beginning, they look/sound normal.
From a formerly naive girl: nobody can be trusted implicitly. Nobody.
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I repeat, willgrr...
What can any of us really do to you?
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Don't worry, willgrr.
You think Republicans/conservatives are hopelessly ineffectual anyway.
Plus, what can any of us really do to you?
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Who sold the lots to Cobb in the first place? Was it the Mayor??? Did the little town have no ordinances regarding livability of homes before Cobb moved into the house? Did he arrive in town with guns drawn? OR is he just an irritating mouth like RR? ;-)
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willgrr: "Let us please officially declare them to be a terrorist organization, as they have already done more to damage this country than most Al-Qaeda offshoots."
So tolerant. So compassionate. So enlightened.
First Republicans are "mouth-breathers" (courtesy RR) then they morph into terrorists, worse than Al-Qaeda.
It's nice that you're all moving along in the blogosphere attempt to make "Republican" the new curse word. Getting paid for each post?
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And for petes sake keep your eyes on them crazy Norwegians or they might conquer the world again.
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BdGi---They are southern trash.
"I can guarantee you will be eating those words in the future."
No doubt, willgrr, you will be there, heartily dishing them up to me with a great big spoon.
Tolerance for some, not for all.
Now back to tea b*gger, which willgrr conveniently forgot to address. Being a bit of a naive North Dakotan, I had no idea initially what that term meant - had to look it up.
Did all the sophisticated lefties here knew what it meant before it became so popular in describing those of a different political bent than they?
If so, why would the tolerant among the lefties allow the term to be used? Do you approve of the term, willgrr? Should we not discard it now that more know how pejorative it is?
Or will you continue to ignore and stand quietly by while others continue to use it?
You promote a double standard, willgrr, in that I should stop those things that are offensive, but you won't stop those things that are offensive.
IF Democrats were so compassionate and liberally minded, wouldn't it up to them to forgive first, instead of continually dredging up offenses?
Those preaching tolerance should lead the way into tolerance, unless tolerance means something else than what it used to mean.
The Confederate flag doesn't offend or affect me. I'm a North Dakotan, somewhat removed from that flag's particular history. Perhaps the C flag means different things to different people. I'm getting a message that willgrr would want us to abhor not only the flag, but the person who held it, plus the people who allowed him to hold it. Fair enough.
Can't we all get along?
These yahoos won't make it through a ND winter in tiny Leith. They'll learn the true meaning of white(out) supremacy.
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Should I forgive the several lefties who continue to use the disparaging term "tea b*ggers" about fellow Americans?
We all know it's vile terminology. Wouldn't it be nice if somebody from the left "removed" from their ranks those who insist upon using it, like the RNC removed those dolts who disparaged the CNN camerawoman?
RNC was right to remove the offenders immediately.
As a result of RNC's swift action, PJinfinity will never, ever, ever forgive any and all Republicans.
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"Two people were removed from the Republican National Convention Tuesday after they threw nuts at an African-American CNN camera operator and said, “This is how we feed animals.”
"Multiple witnesses observed the exchange and RNC security and police immediately removed the two people from the Tampa Bay Times Forum.
"The convention released a statement saying, “Two attendees tonight exhibited deplorable behavior. Their conduct was inexcusable and unacceptable. This kind of behavior will not be tolerated."
"CNN also acknowledged the incident, saying, "CNN can confirm there was an incident directed at an employee inside the Tampa Bay Times Forum earlier this afternoon. CNN worked with convention officials to address this matter and will have no further comment.”
Veritas, your imagination runneth away with you...again.
It's not a "villian" analogy. It's a "which man is the president" question.
Is the president a man who "doesn't care whether you're a Democrat, a Republican, or none of the above... he knows that we all love our country?"
Or is he a man who preached "a message of a new kind of bipartisanship, but his domestic legacy will be defined by his partisan victories?"
Is he the great unifier? Or the great divider?
Simple question, in spite of your familiarity with Hanna/Barbera...
Will the real President Obama please stand up?
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cbsnews . com
"The president, no longer facing re-election, had written off negotiating with GOP leaders. He and his aides resolved that future budget negotiations would be founded on a hard line. If he was going to burnish his legacy, it was most likely to happen through confrontation, not conciliation. Following that vector, the president has prevailed in this round and defended his signature legislative achievement. Obama won office preaching a message of a new kind of bipartisanship, but his domestic legacy will be defined by his partisan victories: passage of the 2009 stimulus bill, the Affordable Care Act, and victory in the shutdown fight of 2013."
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"I love that for Barack, there is no such thing as 'us' and 'them' - he doesn't care whether you're a Democrat, a Republican, or none of the above... he knows that we all love our country... and he's always ready to listen to good ideas... he's always looking for the very best in everyone he meets."
"...what would the LIBS call Churchill today?"
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