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Sunday, March 1, 2015

Happy Anniversary To All Liberals

On this day in History ,Bill Ayers ,just a guy from Obama's neighborhood bombs the capitol building March 1, 1964
A bomb explodes in the Capitol building in Washington, D.C., causing an estimated $300,000 in damage but hurting no one. A group calling itself the "Weather Underground" claimed credit for the bombing, which was done in protest of the ongoing U.S.-supported Laos invasion.
The so-called Weathermen were a radical faction of the Students for a Democratic Society (SDS); the Weathermen advocated violent means to transform American society. The philosophical foundations of the Weathermen were Marxist in nature; they believed that militant struggle was the key to striking out against the state to build a revolutionary consciousness among the young, particularly the white working class. Their primary tools to achieving these ends were arson and bombing. Among the other targets of Weathermen bombings were the Long Island Court House, the New York Police Department headquarters, the Pentagon, and the State Department. No one was killed in these bombings, because the bombers always called in an advanced warning. However, three members of the Weather Underground died on March 6, 1970, when the house in which they were constructing the bombs exploded.

Thursday, February 26, 2015

If You Like Your Internet ,You Can Keep Your Internet

So why do we even need a congress when we have a president who bypasses them to rule by fiat?
Another bill purposely meant to be confusing so our sneaky government can have more control .
I don 't know about you all,but I can't afford another utility bill. I already pay for internet access.
So now what, the fed will have control over not controlling something?
Yeah that makes sense.

Thursday, February 19, 2015

L.A. TIMES ‘SERIOUS DISEASES’ COME FROM MEXICO, CENTRAL AMERICA

During last summer’s border crisis, left-wing and mainstream media outlets mocked Americans who were concerned that illegal immigrants may be carrying disease like Tuberculosis.
But in a story downplaying the measles threat from Mexico and Central America, the Los Angeles Times concedes that, “beyond measles, however, there are some serious diseases that are brought to the United States from Mexico and Central America.”
Tuberculosis is chief among those diseases, according to the Times, which noted that “in 2013, 65% of the tuberculosis cases in the U.S. occurred among foreign-born people”:
A majority of those people came from five countries: Mexico (1,233 cases), the Philippines (776 cases), India (495 cases), Vietnam (454 cases) and China (377 cases).
Hepatitis A is another disease that has migrated northward. TheTimes noted that, according to the Office of Refugee Resettlement, “six cases of tuberculosis and 145 cases of chicken pox were reported” among illegal immigrant juveniles who would later be released into the United States.
In an interview last year  during the border crisis, Dr. Jane Orient, an internal medicine specialist and the Executive Director of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS), warned that diseases like Norovirus and chicken pox can potentially endanger Americans. And she specifically singled out Tuberculosis as a leading threat.
“Tuberculosis (TB) is the single most dangerous disease because it is highly contagious and can be easily picked up at the mall, at a school, or on the bus,” Orient said. “Cases coming from south of the U.S. border can be very resistant to medications. They don’t respond to traditional antibiotics, and the few drugs they may respond to are often toxic, with lots of side effects.”
Orient said that while legal immigrants have been screened, the illegal immigrant juveniles “have no medical screenings and no vaccine records. They’re likely coming here with a number of infectious diseases that will spread like wildfire.”