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Friday, June 3, 2016

Democrat Voters

Doing what they do best. Violence and Agitation

265 comments:

  1. What's that thing about reaping what you sow?

    Think about it hypocrites.

    Having said the above, HRC and Sanders should both loudly and unequivocally denounce violence when protesting.

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    1. They'll just blame it on Trump, and the media will follow along like lap dogs.

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    2. To found a Reasoned Nation of very great pomposity
      Use condescending rhetoric of didactic, vile verbosity.
      That cultivates reaction of the wildest animosity,
      Breeding Insolence and clamor that soon fills the room ...

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    3. Obama "cynically" came out today against political violence, but both Hillary and Bernie doubled down on the "blame Trump" meme.

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  2. You may very well be right. Ethics and Integrity are in short supply in both major political parties. Trump and the GOP merely leads the race to perpetually the most unethical with the least integrity.

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    1. He preached upon 'Breadth' till it argued him narrow ––
      The Broad are too broad to define
      And of 'Truth' until it proclaimed him a Liar ––
      The Truth never flaunted a Sign ––

      Simplicity fled from his counterfeit presence
      As Gold the Pyrites would shun ––
      What confusion would cover the innocent Jesus
      To meet so enabled a Man!


      ~ Emily Dickinson (1830-1886)

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    2. Mirror Mirror on the wall FreeThinke.

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    3. Blessed is the man that walketh not in the counsel of the ungodly, nor standeth in the way of sinners, nor sitteth in the seat of the scornful.

      But his delight is in the law of the LORD; and in this law doth he meditate day and night.

      And he shall be like a tree planted by the rivers of water, that bringeth forth his fruit in his season; his leaf also shall not wither; and whatsoever he doeth shall prosper.

      The ungodly are not so: but are like the chaff which the wind driveth away.

      Therefore the ungodly shall not stand in the judgment, nor sinners in the congregation of the righteous.

      For the LORD knoweth the way of the righteous: but the way of the ungodly shall perish.


      ~ Psalm 1 (KJV)

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    4. Well FreeThinke that certainly ain't you fer sure.

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    5. An certain symptom of brain cancer

      Shows when victims choose to answer
      
Every statement in plain sight

      Hoping to provoke a fight.

      Great comfort from those so afflicted

      Would arrive were they evicted!

      
Greater comfort still from these diseased
      
Would come, if only they'd become deceased.

      
Like the famous picnic ant, or whiny wee mosquito
      
Most picnickers would cease to rant once vermin is finito

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  3. The other day while surfing the channels I stumbled upon MSNBC and thought they were doing a story about the gorilla killed at the zoo. MSNBC had a panel of people and what I thought was a silverback gorilla who turned out to be a human named Joy Reed. Now I surely don't want to be called a racist but my confusing Ms.Reed with a silverback gorilla was an honest error.
    I should say Ms.Reed had her sizeable lips covered in a purple color that I thought must have consumed at least a half a tube of lipstick to cover that sizeable area.

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  4. While on the subject of Ms.Reeds lips I should bring up the sad fact that MSNBC frequent contributor, a fellow named Korn who obviously suffered some sort of horrific accident that resulted in the removal of his lips......wouldn't it be great if a doctor could take some of Joy reeds lips and give them to this Korn guy.

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    1. I have a little shadow
      
Who goes in and out with me

      But what could be the use of him
      
Is more than I can see ...



      Some day I may get lucky
      
And kick him down the stairs
      
And then I'll make him suck me
      Before he says his prayers.

      

And then I'll smash his face in

      And blacken both his eyes

      And crack and splinter each shin
      
Before the bastard dies.

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    2. An certain symptom of brain cancer

      Shows when victims choose to answer
      
Every statement in plain sight

      Hoping to provoke a fight.

      Great comfort from those so afflicted

      Would arrive were they evicted!

      
Greater comfort still from these diseased
      
Would come, if only they'd become deceased.

      
Like the famous picnic ant, or whiny wee mosquito
      
Most picnickers would cease to rant once vermin is finito

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    2. Verily the virago retreateth.

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  7. Unfortunately, I can't comment on the video, because my Flash Player has cut me off again without so much as a fond farewell. ):-c

    HOWEVER, my opinion of "Democratic Voters" was formed decades ago, and has only solidified with the passage of time.

    Democrats generally tend to fall into two distinct groups or classes:

    1. Rich or prosperous individuals who are either ridden with misplaced GUILT over their good fortune, OR have an overmastering desire to use their advantages to exert despotic Power and Control over the masses for whom they publicly profess great empathy and concern, while cynically regarding these Victim Classes with scorn and withering contempt.

    2. The Have-Nots driven by Envy, Anger, Malice, Spite, Resentment, and Lust for Vengeance, exploited and greatly exacerbated by Marxist-Collectivist ideology.

    The machinations of leftist activists have fueled a deep and abiding conviction that "The RIch" are responsible for the wretched conditions under which the Have-Nots –– both here and all over the world –– are "forced" to live resulting in feelings that clamorous dissent and violent protest are not only "justified," but NECESSARY.

    This hideously destructive dualistic mentality is, of course, the absolute antithesis of everything we Christians have been urged live by in the Ten Commandments, the words of the great biblical prophets, and the Life of Our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ as illustrated in the Four Gospels and many of the writing of St. Paul.

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  8. It must be a bitch FreeThinke when you realize time has passed you by, leaving you to whine about change and that there isn't a damn thing you can do to stop it.

    I hope you're not there FreeThinke.

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    1. Live to scorn, to jeer, and lie

      Carp the reeling midnight through

      For tomorrow you may die,

      But, Alas! you never do!


      

~ Dorothy Parker (adapted)

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    3. An certain symptom of brain cancer

      Shows when victims choose to answer
      
Every statement in plain sight

      Hoping to provoke a fight.

      Great comfort from those so afflicted

      Would arrive were they evicted!

      
Greater comfort still from these diseased
      
Would come, if only they'd become deceased.

      
Like the famous picnic ant, or whiny wee mosquito
      
Most picnickers would cease to rant once vermin is finito

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    4. Good to see you recognize your own affliction FreeThinke.

      I'll be around for a very long time to come ole buddy. I'm quite sure you'll be enjoying the opportunity to continue to practice your poetic gibberish regularly ole buddy.

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    1. The Irish want to establish a new Irish state called "Baja Erin" in South Boston? Who knew?

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    2. An ass is an ass is an ass, All Ass!

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    3. Hmm wonder if those Irish and Italians came here legally

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    4. In Boston the Irish could well be illegal.

      Illegal Irish flooded in during the recession.

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    5. At least the Micks have the sense to know they are shanty and remain low key. The Beaners scream out their illegality, daring us to send them back (soon). Plus roofing and barbacks are much more valuable than lettuce.

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    6. As always, like all typical leftist goons, Canardo raises an irrelevant point to DISTRACT and DERAIL legitimate discussion of the issue raised.

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    7. The point IS that ONLY Western HemisphereHispanics have expressed a desire for "RECONQUISTA."

      If you don't know what that means, LOOK IT UP.

      I know of no Italian-Americans, Polish-Americans, German-Americans, Russian-Americans, or Asian-Americans who harbor a desire to conquer and redefine our country to make it conform the image and standards of the places from which they emigrated.

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    8. So true FT . Big difference there. And you don't see those groups savagely attacking people and burning American flags. No wonder the left aligns themselves with them

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    9. Thanks, Lisa. Once in a while a ray or two of good sense directed at the TOPIC MUST shine through the fog/ };^)>

      I look upon myself as the moral equivalent of a pack of fresh, dry matches in a room full of loud, putrid farts.

      I hope you get my drift? ;-)

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  11. A asshole is an.asshole, is an asshole.
    Right Shaw!!!!!

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  13. About 15 years ago, and before Obama all people, black and white, were given the same opportunity to succeed in life. Well, that is no longer true. Being black now seem to hold an advantage when it comes to getting jobs and promotions, as well as other certain benefits in society.
    Things have made a 180 degree turn now and since Obama... No it's the white guy who is sitting in the back of the bus. Who is beaten up for no other reason other that the fact that he or she is White!
    How many white people have been denied a job, a promotion, or acceptance into college because that position was filled by a black person. Now, all things being equal, and the black person gets selected, would still be unfair. But now, we see MUCH MORE qualified white people passed over so that Affirmative Action can intervene and select blacks solely based on the color of their skin.

    How is a white person supposed to feel when they are the better more logical choice, have more education, more qualifications, more experience and so on, when they have been passed over and their job has been given to someone less qualified, but black.

    This build resentment.

    America is so desperate for blacks to succeed that all blacks now have to do is simply apply and they get the job…the promotion..that seat in college, regardless if someone else worked harder .

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    1. Partially true, but there IS another side to the story which needs to be taken into consideration if we are ever to get at the Whole Truth which always heals, even if it stings a bit.

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  14. Very soon, Trump will overtake all the polls. Any factors you look at will have Trump undeniably ahead..

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    1. What?

      Did you catch Drumpf calling for the judge in the Trump University case to recuse himself because the judge is Hispanic (born in Indiana)?

      She's just going to paint him as an unpredictable moron and it's going to succeed famously.

      Is that your real face, Hans?

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    2. I notice from your profile, Hans, that you, "Attends Graduate of University of NYU".

      Well which is it?

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    3. Mr. Ducky regrets he's unable to lunch today, madam
      Mr. Ducky regrets he's unable to lunch today
      He is sorry to be delayed
      But last evening down in Lover's Lane
      He strayed, madam
      Mr. Ducky regrets he's unable to lunch today

      When he woke up and found
      That his dream of love was gone, madam
      He ran to the man who had led him so far astray
      And from under his velvet gown
      He drew a gun and shot his lover down, madam
      Mr. Ducky regrets, he's unable to lunch today

      When the mob came and got him
      And dragged him from the jail, madam
      They strung him upon the old willow across the way
      And the moment before he died
      He lifted up his duck-billed head and cried, madam
      Mr. Ducky regrets he's unable to lunch today

      Mr. Ducky regrets he's unable to lunch today


      ~ Cole Porter (emended)

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    4. Bill Clinton Bagged $16.46 Million from a For-Profit College as State Dept. Funneled $55 Million Back...

      Chancellor Bill Clinton of Laureate Education

      “Laureate has stirred controversy throughout Latin America, where it derives two-thirds of its revenue.” During Bill Clinton’s tenure as Laureate’s chancellor, the school spent over $200 million a year on aggressive telemarketing, flashy Internet banner ads, and billboards designed to lure often unprepared students from impoverished countries to enroll in its for-profit classes. The goal: get as many students, regardless of skill level, signed up and paying tuition.

      “I meet people all the time who transfer here when they flunk out elsewhere,” agronomy student Arturo Bisono, 25, told the Post. “This has become the place you go when no one else will accept you.”

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    5. Why haven't any of Laureate's students sued Bill Clinton yet? Seems the T-publicans haven't organized a "class action" yet...

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  15. A LETTER FROM MY CONGRESSMAN

    Another week, another Fifth Amendment plea by an Obama Administration official.

    Bryan Pagliano, the State Department staffer who managed Hillary Clinton’s private email system, just announced he will invoke the Fifth and refuse to answer questions in the matter.

    He joins a long list of the men and women working in the Obama administration who, instead of telling the truth, refused to testify under oath. It’s hard to believe, but in just the last few years, these senior officials have taken the Fifth when investigated by Congress:

    • Disgraced Internal Revenue Service bureaucrat Lois Lerner, questioned about the agency’s targeting of conservative groups.

    • Patrick Cunningham, the chief of the criminal division of the U.S. attorney’s office in Arizona, questioned in the Fast and Furious scandal that sent more than 2,000 guns across the border to Mexican drug cartels.

    • Greg Rosemen, another senior IRS official, investigated for awarding a $500 million contract – the largest in the agency’s history – to a company owned by a close friend.

    • VA official John Sepulveda, investigated for spending more than $6 million on two conferences that included spa treatments and helicopter rides for attendees.

    • General Services Administration official Jeff Neely, questioned about a 2010 government conference in Las Vegas that cost taxpayers more than $800,000.

    It seems like a culture of deception has taken hold in the executive branch under President Obama.

    Government employees are paid by you, and should be accountable to taxpayers!

    Although these individuals have tried to stonewall the courts and Congress, I will continue fighting to hold officials accountable.

    Please let me know what you think.

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    1. Politics as usual. Nothing unusual.

      But trying to discuss it with you and your silly dipstick doggerel would be like trying to talk to H.A.L. about opening the pod bay doors.

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    2. As always FACTS unsympathetic to the LEFTIST NARRATIVE are arrogantly insulted, dismissed, derided and rejected. You are so typical of the breed, Canardo, I can always tell exactly what you would be bound to say long before you respond.

      In fact you are so predictable –– and consequently so BORING –– it's a wonder you haven't expired long ago from the sheer dreariness of your demented worldview.

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    3. I don't understand how your post is unsympathetic to the left narrative.

      First, to its critics the "left narrative" is a chameleon that takes the form of whatever you wish to criticize at the moment.

      Next, corruption is clearly not confined to the left. Conservatives and private corporatists are also prone to extreme corruption.

      Finally, by going on the fool's errand of trying to present this as a "left" problem you inhibit discussion of the legitimate problem.

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    4. Sounds like ducky might be open to the solution for a corrupt government. LESS government.

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    5. That merely shifts the corruption. It's no solution at all.

      What we want to do is keep the corruption at a bearable level (I know) and "less government" is not necessarily of ny vlue at all.

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    6. lol! And THAT's a bad thing? Shifting the corruption FROM an entity with a monopoly on the use of FORCE to entities without said monopoly?

      Sounds like a damn responsible idea, in MY book. It's called a "separation of powers."

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  16. _________ Withering Scorn _________

    Who could say what motivates the Mob?
    Immodestly I say it isn’t I.
    The preference seems to be for those who rob
    Hope from those who still would like to try
    Elevation over Desecration ––
    Repair and not despair at what we dread.
    It seems the Mob prefers alienation ––
    Not Healing –– only Enmity instead.
    Grumbling is easier than building
    Submitting to the impulse to surrender
    Captures for the League of Fakers gilding
    Offal –– yet another sad Pretender.
    Responding to the instinct to stampede
    Never made the Tides of Fear recede.

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  17. FTwhat the heck are you talking about?
    What part of the University of NYU. New York City.
    Business School, don't you get?

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    1. I am talking against Mob Psychology and the Agitators who induce it in otherwise peaceful, decent human beings.

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    2. P.S. I earned my Master's degree at New York University. What is you connection with the place? Hope you enjoyed the privilege of doing research at Bobst. ;-)

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  18. Mooch-Hell Ubunga 6/3/16 “I WAKE UP EACH DAY IN A HOUSE BUILT BY SLAVES”

    I thought the Cincinnati Zoo took care of him/her several days before that. Do tell.

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  19. AN IMPORTANT PHILOSOPHICAL POINT for OPEN DISCUSSION

    "The only power any government has is the power to crack down on criminals. Well, when there aren't enough criminals, one makes them. One declares so many things to be a crime that it becomes impossible for men to live without breaking laws."


    ~ Ayn Rand

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    1. "In a state where corruption abounds, laws must be very numerous." - Tacitus

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  20. In a democratic republic, or if you prefer representative democracy the government is us. For it is from the majority vote of the people that leaders determined. It if from the ddemocratically elected leaders that laws governing our "civil" society are legislated.

    Our constitution established the framework for our rule of law. It also provides protections against tyranny of majority rule. However, nowhere does it suggest tyranny by the minority is acceptable.

    Taking Rand's statement and limiting it to criminality her statement is rational and valid. In fact our government has criminalized some human behavior that seems nonsensical.

    Society requires order and structure or else it will lapse into anarchy and chaos ie: mob rule. Something Ayn Rand clearly did not support. Which is why she rejected libertarianism.

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    1. OK. Thanks. Not bad as far as it goes. Now. I wish others would join in and share differing shades or nuances of opinion.

      I took the quotation to mean that would-be tyrants constantly work to find –– or invent –– excuses to criminalize anything that threatens their grip on power as well as anything they don't happen to like.

      That IS what leftists do. It's the moral equivalent of constantly moving the goal posts in the middle of a game in order to give their side a guaranteed victory.

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    2. Political Correctness and so-called Inclusive Language by the way are possibly THE prime examples of Leftist Despotism's great success at damaging our constitutionally guaranteed liberties.

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    3. It is also what rightwing despots do as well FreeThinke. A despite is a despot is a despot is a despot.

      I'm my opinion until we shed the practice of intentionally pitting "left" against "right" and start focusing on addressing and resolving problems affecting us ALL not a damn thing will change. It will simply get worse.


      United We Stand, Divided We Fall.

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    4. A left wing despot who controls the central government is FAR more dangerous than any right wing despot committed to internally maintaining a free market system. There are NO checks and balances upon the former. The government IS the free markets "check".

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    5. Who are the Emersonian "Representative Men" of our representative Republic. If most of our "representatives" are lawyers, who represents the other 99% for whom legislation is NOT a hammer and every problem does not require a nai?

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    6. No matter what flag it waves, what badge it wears, what god it claims to worship, etc. the struggle is ALWAYS about LIBERTY v. OPPRESSION.

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  21. Bernie Sanders said “ Don’t tell me how much you love Muhammad Ali and yet you Trump supporters HATE Muslims "

    Bernie Sanders praises Muhammad Ali's “incredibly courageous” refusal to go into the Military during the Vietnam war.

    PLEASE Mr. Bernie Sanders STOP Your Bullcrap about Republicans Hating “ALL” Muslims Because we don’t! We are against Radical Moslems, and not ALL Muslims.

    And as for Muhammad Ali, Yes, he was “The Greatest” Boxer” And Yes, he turned out to be an American Icon, and YES I am saddened by his death. But don’t politicize his death by Blaming Republicans for “Hating Muslims”! And instead why not praise, and thank ALL of our Vets that DID go to Vietnam and fight for our country!
    You can still Americans be proud of him . But please do not use his death for your campaign advantage.
    Muhammad Ali's was a champion fighter inside the boxing ring and who refused to fight for America. I do think that in his later years he changes and “Grew Up’. And I do think that he loved this country, I have no doubts about that.. Save your heroic praise for our troops who did serve our country. Yes, going to war is a hard pill to swallow but truth be told, 1000's of men did what our country asked, no matter if they liked it or not. That’s what we do. Just because All of America admired his great boxing skills, I wouldn’t say that he had “incredible courage”. Many of Americans opposed to the war in Vietnam. But they went and did what our country asked of them.
    That to me was incredibly courageous. His views did not make him a hero.
    This is not about your socialist agenda, this is about a man that was a greater boxer and yes, he should be respected for it, as for his personal life. only God will be his judge. REST IN PEACE MUHAMMAD ALI

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    1. Anita is Sooooooooooo right.

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    2. Bernie, like all Democrats, love to fight against Republican strawmen. Since unlike a real argument, they can never move, they're easy to hit.

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    3. Perfect Anita .Well said Thank you

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    4. I don't "HATE" all Muslims, but I don't believe we can afford to TRUST any of them.

      ISLAM is not a RELIGION, it is an INVASION

      KEEP THEM OUT of MY COUNTRY.

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    5. Everyone out, folks.

      Freethinke (LMAO) thinks we are interlopers in his country.

      What a maroon.

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  22. Elected officials have to take an oath to uphold the Constitution.

    Socialists, Atheists, Liberals, Progressives, and all the other Morons who reject the Founders and believe that humans have no inherant rights beyond what the state decides on a whim, since they don't believe in the Constitution, and as it is meaningless to them why should they be allowed to run for office?

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  23. Recognizing that change is the only constant and that it often requires appropriate adjustments is not being disloyal to the Constitution or diminishing the founders of our nation and its Constitution.

    The Constitution is the framework on which our nation is grounded. It was not intended to keep the country frozen in time, circa 1787.

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    1. IZZAT SO? HOWDJA KNOW?

      And who said it was?

      I think, however, that you –- and that squawking cadre of vile-temepered Commies you hang out with misunderstand the meanings of PRINCIPLE and SPIRIT.

      It is my firm believe that we do not have –– and should not try to invent -- reasons for violating the underlying moral and intellectual principles that formed the basis of our Constitution –– or the SPIRIT that inspired it .

      "It would be a dangerous delusion were a confidence in the men of our choice to silence our fears for the safety of our rights: that confidence is everywhere the parent of despotism – free government is founded on jealousy, and not in confidence which prescribes limited constitutions . . . In questions of power then, let no more be heard of confidence in man, but bind him from mischief by the chains of the Constitution."

      ~ Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826)

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    2. With all due respect sir I "hang out" with very few. I prefer to remain independent of influences that I consider corrupting. You can choose to agree or disagree but corrupting influences are plentiful in both the left and right camp.

      I have admired Jefferson and Madison for years. Perhaps Madison even more than Jefferson. I also have respect for Rand's individuality and her attempt to personify Aristotelian logic and reason in the modern era. She was successful in some ways and failed in others.

      Principles are bedrock to any successful political and governing philosophy. However, society and the changing requirements of its people are not made of bedrock. Therefore principles need to be flexible enough to whether change successfully. Our Constitution allows for that. Without changing the basic framework on which our Great Nation State was founded.

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    3. Madison (Memorial and Remonstrance) would advocate for am immediate revolution against this tyrannical government that places "charity" uber alles.

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    4. Madison believed that there was NO place for "charity" in government. THAT is what "religions" were for, and THAT is why there needed to be a wall between church and state.

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    5. So did Herbert Hoover and we know how wrong he was.

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    6. He handled the Great Flood of 1927 perfectly. The wrong turn came with the election of FDR in '32. The depression would have been six years shorter w/o him.

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    7. Economic cycles serve a very useful function. W/O them, we never get the creative destruction necessary for capitalism to function properly (remain honest).

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    8. FDR saved capitalism for international corporatism.

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  25. AYN RAND FURTHER EXPLICATES HER VIEWS

    "We are fast approaching the stage of the ultimate inversion: the stage where the government is free to do anything it pleases, while the citizens may act only by permission; which is the stage of the darkest periods of human history, the stage of rule by brute force.

    ~ Ayn Rand

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    1. Trump demonstrates the major characteristics of an authoritarian. I have read all of Rand and revisited her frequently. Rand was not a Reagan supporter ans she sure as hell would not support Trump.

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    2. Rand was an objectivist idiot, who hated Immanual Kant. As such, she was as unenlightened a thinker as ever existed.

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  26. I lovie it. The Moocher has entered the political race big time now. Get ready. Your going to deserve every thing you are going to get.

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    1. How does your comment stimulate the discussion FreeThinke is attempting to encourage AG.

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  27. MORE FROM AYN RAND

    Government 'help' to business is just as disastrous as government persecution... the only way a government can be of service to national prosperity is by keeping its hands off.


    ~ Ayn Rand

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    1. There is a difference between a free market and an unregulated market. Anyone care to discuss?

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    2. Show me a "free" market, and I'll show you an "unregulated" market. Both are unicorns.

      What's the difference between "beneficial" regulations and "harmful" ones? And since economies have no regulatory jurisidction outside of the "nation state", whose interests should market regulations serve?

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    3. Competition.

      As opposed to monopolies.

      Properly regulated markets are free markets when they create maximum competition. Which drives innovation and drives prices downward.

      The ideal environment for capitalism would be to eliminate variable costs (ie labor). AI will accomplish this eventually. A real game changer with yuuuuge implications or society.

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    4. lol! "Maximum" competition would arise from an wholly unregulated market. Government represents a monopoly upon the use of "force" in order to ensure that a "maximum" of competition (a bellum omni contra omnes) NEVER materializes itself.

      Eliminating "labor" removes humans entirely from the economic equation. At THAT point, capitalism (and humanity) no longer serves ANY useful function.

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    5. Mercantilism was the bane of Adam Smith's existence. The application of "Force" against trading partners was one of its' primary features.

      The game changer to a society comes when you can remove the application of "force" from a commercial transaction. When Hipparchus is relegated to the Herms at crossroads.

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    6. ps - You might enjoy reading Xenophon's "Oeconomicus" the first treatise on economics ever written. It's a good book for people who tend to know the price of everything, yet the value of nothing.

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  28. STILL MORE FROM Ms RAND. THIS GREAT STUFF

    Potentially, a government is the most dangerous threat to man's rights: it holds a legal monopoly on the use of physical force against legally disarmed victims.


    ~ Ayn Rand

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  29. True. However consider this. How, in a civil society should the democratically elected government respond to its employer {we the people}? By effecting legislation the majority desires while maintaining protection for the minority? Or, should it collapse into anarchy where mob rule takes the day?

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    1. How about by performing the functions that it's charter document describes... We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.... and NOTHING MORE.

      Now define "justice" (not "social justice") and get back to me.

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    2. ps - general Welfare is something entirely different that the VERY particular "social justices" our progressive friends seek to establish.

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    3. As all people, as in wee the people are social creatures explain how true justice differs from social justice.

      Get back to me when your prepared.

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    4. When I'm "prepared"? lol!

      Justice consists of giving every individual person his due. Social justice a the "class action" equivalent of attempting to give every person his due without determining what his "individual due" actually is.

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    5. It's a shotgun substituting for a rifle.

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    6. ps - Wisdom is the OPPOSITE of justice. It's denying an individual person his due when a "greater purpose" can be served thereby.

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    7. Does the descendant of a black slave deserves the same compensation as the descendant of a black slaveholder? If your answer is "no" than the proponent of social justice has been proven a cruel joke-maker.

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    8. So eductae us. What does this all means in terms of (sic) "wee the people," RN?

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    9. Who determines "his due".

      educate, new spelling for educate -FJ?

      Does the descendant of a black slave deserves the same compensation as the descendant of a black slaveholder?.

      Rhetorical question and thus the answer is yes.

      What the descendent of a black slave deserves is true equal opportunity and the total absent of prejudice and discrimination.

      We've come a long ways towards eliminating institutional racism but we still have aways to go.

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    10. Who determines "his due"...

      What the descendent of a black slave deserves...

      White boy RN decides? Who knew? "We've come a long ways towards eliminating institutional racism but we still have aways (sic) to go."


      ps -Mine was not a "rhetorical" question. And if Barack Obama is truly in charge of our governmental institutions, then there's no farther a "socially just" society can go towards the elimination of the racism within. Whatever racism our institutions retain, has always, and will always, remain.

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    11. You use the word "true" a lot RN. It serves to cover much in the weakness of your thought.

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    12. ...much like the "total absence" qualifier. It's an absurd, never attainable proposition.

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    13. Every "employer" with "opportunities to offer" will always have prejudices and will discriminate. If they didn't, they wouldn't be human.

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    14. The problem with exchanges of this sort is the arrogant assumption on the part of the premier provocateur (instigator) that he she or it possesses superior knowledge to everyone else in the room.

      So the provocateur condescends, as if from a great height, to "challenge" anyone who pays attention to try to meet the provocateur's oh-so lofty standards.

      Maybe the provocateur realizes this is inherently demeaning, insulting, and inflammatory, and maybe he, she or it does not. I wouldn't presume to judge, but where I come from RESULTS are ALL that COUNT.

      The unmistakable tone of pseudo-earnestness is palpable. The object here is not even to hope consensus might be reached, but to prolong an exchange of captious disagreement as long as possible.

      "HARMONY," "COMITY" and "CONCORD" are not in the provocateur's vocabulary.

      In short it's just a silly game.

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  30. Do you want to know what’s wrong with this nation?

    I mean, do you REALLY want to know? Because what I am about to say is going to piss off some folks, you know the ones, those that can’t handle the truth.

    Look at Barack Hussein Onama and at Hillary Clinton and you need look NO further.

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  31. Handling the truth requires an inquisitive and active mind. Accepting that which makes one comfortable and not questioning the evidence or lack thereof is not handling the truth.

    Knowledge trumps faith every time.

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    1. Knowledge trumps faith every time.

      lol! You've obviously never ventured a trip to Larissa (Plato, "Meno")

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    2. Knowledge of cause, like "right opinion", often runs away like a portrait of Daedalus unless securely fastened inside the aviary of your mind.

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    3. "Where is the Life we have lost in living? Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge? Where is the knowledge we have lost in information?"

      T. S. Eliot

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    4. The problem with exchanges of this sort is the arrogant assumption on the part of the premier provocateur (instigator) that he she or it possesses superior knowledge to everyone else in the room.

      So the provocateur condescends, as if from a great height, to "challenge" anyone who bothers to pay attention to try to meet the provocateur's oh-so lofty standards.

      Maybe the provocateur realizes this is inherently demeaning, insulting, and inflammatory, and maybe he, she or it does not. I wouldn't presume to judge, but where I come from RESULTS are ALL that COUNT.

      The unmistakable tone of pseudo-earnestness is palpable. The object here is not even to hope consensus might be reached, but to prolong an exchange of captious disagreement as long as possible.

      "HARMONY," "COMITY," and "CONCORD" are not in the provocateur's vocabulary.

      In short it's just a silly game.

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    5. You are right, of course. I suppose it's long past time I stopped fooling around got back to doing what I do best. :)

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    6. Righto FreeThinke. And you are the silliest.

      Poof.......

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    7. I wasn't really addressing you, FJ. I'm sorry you didn't realize that.

      I very rarely name the targets of my derision and disapproval, because –– unlike some who shall remain nameless –– I don't want to personalize derogatory opinions.

      It never ceases to amaze me how most of our more obnoxious trollish compatriots automatically ASSUME my critical analyses of bad behavior, and my whimsical verse and song selections MUST be directed towards THEM.

      It must be either a guilty conscience OR the ever-present lust to find an excuse to keep fighting no matter what.

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    8. I realized perfectly who you were addressing, FT.

      You simply made me realize that reasoning with idiots is a complete waste of my time. Wehn dealing with Leftists, argumentum ad passiones is, and always will be, a MUCH more effective technique. Just ask John Stewart. :)

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    9. Plato believes that there are 10 types of motion ("Laws"). Leftists are never of the Tenth, "self-moving," variety. The closest that they are capable of achieving is to remain in one place, and rotate about an axis. An axis (Coeus) fist set in motion by an "external mover".

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  32. Contrarian antagonists
    ____ care rarely for what’s true.
    They’re far more eager to denounce,
    –––– so here is what they do.
    Their purpose is to denigrate,
    -––––– belittle and defame.
    Their wish is to humiliate
    –––– in hopes of fixing blame.
    The truth too easily is lost
    –––– in battles of this kind.
    Hectoring and badgering
    ––––– abuse the human mind.
    Instead of curiosity
    ––––– we often find expression
    Of little but indulgence
    ––––– of a passion for aggression.
    When avidness appears
    ––––– to open Vitriol’s loose spigot,
    The one who twists and turns the tap
    –––– is apt to be a bigot.


    ~ FreeThinke

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    1. FreeThinke dont be too hard on a silly liberals like Ducky, RN, and even that asshat Mother Hen Shaw after all, they most likely dropped out of school in the third grade to go looking for their father, they completely missed the section of math that covered sets and subsets. Therefore they are unable to distinguish between all of a religion, and some of a religion based on location and time of consideration.. to them, if you don’t want to bring in what are most likely Islam terrorists, you have to be against all. even those that are fake Muslims, like Muhammad Ali.
      I guess that Ali's death will have to remind asshole’s like Ducky Here, and his Droogies like RN, and Shaw that 1,570,000,000 Muslims around the world are NOT violent people, they just play one on TV..

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    2. "...[D]ont be too hard on a silly liberals like Ducky, RN ..."

      ME HARD on THEM?

      I'm not, but why shouldn't I be?

      Ater all look at the stinking, jumbled mess THEIR incessant insults, idiotic assertions, disingenuous inquiries and smarmy attempts to win confidence have done to this and other blogs.

      In case you hadn't noticed their modus operandi closely resembles that of the evil Medea Benjamin's CODE STINK.

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    3. LMAO FreeThinke! You keep things so goddamn much FUN. PLEASE KEEP IT UP! PLEASE!

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    4. MORE incessant insults, snide remarks. idiotic assertions, disingenuous inquiries and smarmy attempts to win confidence brought to you by Assholes Anonymous.

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    5. You're far from anonymous but you sure are an asshole FT

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  33. Any view rabidly anti-American
    Energizes the bilious chronic contrarian.
    If it’s foreign and dark,
    His heart sings like a lark,
    But laments when it’s anything Aryan.


    ~ FreeThinke

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    2. Off we go into the wild blue yonder,

      Climbing high into the sun;

      Here they come zooming to meet our thunder,
      
At 'em boys, Give 'er the gun! (Give 'er the gun now!)

      Down we dive, spouting our flame from under,

      Off with one heckuva roar!
      
We live in fame or go down in flame. 

      Hey! Nothing'll stop the U.S. Air Force!



      Minds of men fashioned a crate of thunder
      
Sent it high into the blue
      
Hands of men blasted the world asunder, 

      How they lived God only knew! 

      Souls of men dreaming of skies to conquer
      
Gave us wings ever to soar, 

      With scouts before and bombers galore, Hey!
      
Nothing'll stop the US Air Force!

      

Here's a toast to the host of those 

      Who love the vastness of the sky, 

      To a friend we send a message
      
Of his brother men who fly. 

      We drink to those who gave their all of old, 

      Then down we roar 
to score the rainbow's pot of gold. 

      A toast to the host of men we boast, the US Air Force. 



      Zoom!



      Off we go into the wild sky yonder,
      
Keep the wings level and true! 

      If you'd live to be a grey-haired wonder, 

      Keep your nose out of the blue! (Out of the blue, boy!)
      
Flying men guarding the nation's border, 

      We'll be there, followed by more, 

      In echelon we carry on! Hey!

      Nothing'll stop the US Air Force!


      

~ Capt. Robert Crawford

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  34. Yes there is no doubt about it, Muhammad Ali was one hell of a boxer, but he DID refuse to serve for the United States NOMATTER HOW MUCH THEY TRY TO SUGAR-COAT IT.. so for thAT reasons, I can not look upon him as a “Hero”.. A great Boxer? No question about that. A legendary boxer, Yes Indeed, but a “Hero”, I’m not so sure about that. And yes in his later years he could be looked at a being a very good American
    Maybe Muhammad Ali was a conscientious objector, maybe he was totally against the war in Vietnam, but so was nearly everyone that went to Vietnam, as were their families and loved ones. And lets face it Ali would have never seen any sort of of combat, or fighting, and no killing whatsoever he would have been a man who entertained the troops as many of the celebrities were. , he would have put on exhibitions in the Boxing Ring and he would have been praised for doing so. So refusing to go did not make him a “Hero” in my book, or in my eyes. And in my eyes he was legendary. But I DO recognize him as one of the best in his field and a gentleman, and my God Rest his soul. Rest in Peace Muhammad Ali.
    And please Bernie Sanders STOP politicizing his death.

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    1. Ali deserves the title "Great" because unlike the cowardly lefties who scurried off to Canada, Ali took his punishment for succumbing to a flawed ideology like a MAN.

      Something most of the chicken-hearts on the Left would NEVER do.

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    2. You've got to admit that Clay's assertion as to being a "conscientious objector" on the basis of his "Islamic faith" HAD to have come from his lawyer... who obviously had no idea that jihad (war fighting) was a central tenet of his faith.

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    4. KA-BOOM! KA-BOOM!
      Death could be a dream
      
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If you would tell me I'm the only one that you love
      
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      Every time I look at you
      
Something is on my mind
      
If you do what I want you to
      
Baby, we'd be fine

      Oh, Death could be a dream, KA-BOOM!
      

Oh I would send you up to paradise up above, KA-BOOM!
      
If you'd tell me, darlin', I'm the only one that you love
      
Death could be a dream, sweetheart

      Hello hello again, KA-BOOM!

      And hopin' we'll meet again, KA-BOOM!


      KA-BOOM!
      
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      Death could be a dream

      Death could be a dream, sweetheart

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      Oh, Death could be a dream, KA-BOOM!
      
Oh I would send you up to paradise above, KA-BOOM!

      If you'd tell me, darlin', I'm the only one that you love

      Death could be a dream, sweetheart

      Hello hello again, KA-BOOM!

      And hopin' we'll meet again, KA_BOOM!

      KA-BOOM!
      
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      Death could be a dream
      
Death could be a dream, KA-BOOM!



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  35. So was Ali a brave hero for stepping into the ring with guys like Sonny Liston, George Foreman, and the rest of them? Sure! Was he courageous while others risked their lives and many of them died in the process?

    Many may have call him a hero for that. But some do not, and I am one of the later.
    Other boxers like the great Joe Louis and Sugar Ray Robinson went when their country called them they didn’t ask any questions they just went just like thousands of other men did.
    But the “mighty” champion of the world said his faith wouldn’t allow him to take part in violence. Really? Well what would you call beating another man half to death in the Boxing Ring?

    Ali said “My conscience won’t let me go shoot my brother, or some darker people, or some poor hungry people in the mud for big powerful America” To me that sounds more like a racist comment than a religious one.

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    1. Red Herring said;

      "Ali deserves the title "Great" because unlike the cowardly lefties who scurried off to Canada, Ali took his punishment for succumbing to a flawed ideology like a MAN."


      I will give him some credit for that.

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    2. I have always and still hate draft dodgers, or whatever they want to call themselves to I have always and still hate draft dodgers, or whatever they want to call themselves to address the issue by speaking in a way that makes it appear pleasant and not offensive Be them Muslims, Blacks, Whites, or Greens. Be it Bill Clinton or anyone else.
      Having someone else to go to war and protect you and your family should just be called what it is.. Cowardness

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  36. AYN RAND HITS THE BULLSEYE YET AGAIN:

    Civilization is the progress toward a society of privacy. The savage's whole existence is public, ruled by the laws of his tribe. Civilization is the process of setting man free from men.


    ~ Ayn Rand

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    2. Careful FT. Without "mutual knowledge?, the people will never hear the little boy exclaim, "Look, the Emperor is naked!"

      I certainly recognize the value of private knowledge and indirect speech... but direct speech (along with mutual knowledge) ALSO has its' place.

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    3. Probably so, FJ, but when it comes to LEFTISTS, they will NEVER admit their emperor is naked. Instead, they will continue to shout themselves hoarse extolling the great beauty and fine quality of his brand new Royal Raiments.

      The LEFTISTS, you see, are in league with the SWINDLERS who hoodwinked the emperor in the first place.

      What good is knowing the truth, if a majority of those around you are determined NOT to acknowledge it –– no matter how dearly it may cost them?

      The Left got its claws on the lever of power by loudly proclaiming that Truth is a Lie, and Lies are the Truth.

      They have used that reversion of fact like a mantra, and have thus virtually hypnotized themselves –– and the great mass of gullible ignoramuses –– into believing their own bull shit.

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    4. Who exactly do you think leftists view as "Their Emperor" FreeThinke? Please do tell as I have NEVER heard any leftist refer to anyone as Emperor.

      Therefore I can only conclude you are imagining it.

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    5. LEFTISTS, they will NEVER admit their emperor is naked.

      Like the Trump-judge story. Trumps raants make perfect sense when you know about the "La Raza" connection. But the Press never makes the connection. It's all a bad-faith by Trump "mystery"... much like all that Chicago gun violence.

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    6. At least YOU gave a palatable response. Bias is everywhere and the vast majority, if not all, of the people are biased. Including conservatives and they, as well as liberals, lean towards their bias, reflexively for most.

      Thanks for your response -FJ.

      If Trump becomes the right's Emperor, which is highly unlikely, I wonder if the right will ever admit he is naked.

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  37. Here we go again. Mr morality, spreading his BS. Mr. FT the "Poet " of the Porn Queen thinks every thing that America has ever don was just fine and dandy.. Even slavery in America was fine according to Mr. Free Stinker.

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    1. ...as opposed to the "everything has and will always be sh*t" Proud Progressive, who wants to ensure that it remains so by supporting Bill's rape and harrassment hotline 1st responder for President!

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    2. Anybody got a spare non-disclosure agreement prepared in advance of the next bimbo erruption?

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    3. AHA! The net's very own TOKYO ROSE –– the Queen of Querulousness, Doyenne of Disapproval and Distortion, Mistress of Malevolent Malcontents, and Proud Promoter of Philosophical and Psychological POOP, has returned!

      THIS CALLS FOR A CELEBRATION

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      BOOM! chicky chicky boom
      
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      Chicky chicky BOOM! chicky ...

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    4. Is that the best you have Mr Free Stinkie ? If so I am very disappointed. I thought I'd see something better than another dumb poem. But I should have known better.

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    5. Listen, Bitchface, you would be "disappointed," if someone gave you a chest filled with a hundred pounds of 18kt gold. You'd be "outraged," and makes shirking demands to know why your treasure chest hadn't been filled with 24kt gold instead, because that's the kind of greedy, ungrateful, malcontent you are –– you and all your wretched kind.

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    6. Back to your psychological projections again eh FreeThinke.

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    7. No, RN, I think he's indirectly comparing his posts to 24k gold.

      Anyone who doesn't appreciate the profound depth of his noodling is an ungrateful malcontent.

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  38. Even Newt Gringrich said, if a Democrat running for president called into question Clarence Thomas' judgment solely because he is African-American the Republicans would scream RACIST! Trump's attack on the federal judge's impartiality solely because of his ethnic heritage is. This truly shows that Trump is a racist. Period

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    1. Does the judge donate money to a "La Raza" legal scholarship fund, or doesn't he? If he does, then Donald Trump's charges are CONFIRMED, the judge DOES have a bia, and should recuse himself.

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    2. My biggest criticism of Mr. TRUMP re this stupid, Leftist-Destructionist-generated non-issue is his consistent failure to EMPHASIZE and RE-EMPHASIZE the LA RAZA Connection.

      I mean the creepy, totally disingenuous GAMES these people play are more obvious than a SUPPURATING CARBUNCLE would be on the end of the late Jimmy Durante's beloved schnozzola.

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    3. Gee, why would the Donald believe his judge might bear a grudge against him? It's a puzzlement...

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  39. Hey Barry Obama, oh I'm sorry Barack. When we were at war with Japan, we didn't say we hate all Japanese people. And when we were at war with Germany, we didn't say every German in the world was our enemy. And the Cold War we engaged in with Russia certainly didn't mean we thought all Russian's were evil.
    So stop apologizing and WAKE THE FUCK UP, we are at war with Islam

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  40. Poor Miss Piss Pot is obviously in desperate need of a break from the hate-filled, mind-numbing routines of her everyday life, so I've taken the liberty of buying her a ONW-WAY-TICKET on The ATCHISON, TOPEKA, and the SANTA FE!

    Bon yoyage, girlie poo!


    What a lovely trip
    I'm feeling so fresh and alive
    And I'm so glad to arrive
    It's all so grand

    It's easy to see you don't need a palace
    Or a trip to Wonderland to feel like Alice
    Back in Ohio where I come from
    I've done a lot of dreamin' and I've travelled some

    But I never thought I'd see the day
    When I ever took a ride on the Santa Fe

    I would lean across my window sill
    And hear the whistle echoin' across the hill
    Then I'd watch the train lights fade away
    On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe
    What a thrill (what a great big wonderful thrill)

    With the wheels a-singin' "westward ho"
    Right from the day I heard them start
    'Cross the Kansas plains from New Mexico
    I guess I've got a little gypsy in my heart

    When I'm old and grey and settled down
    If I ever get a chance to sneak away from town
    Then I'll spend my busman's holiday
    On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe

    All aboard! (we came across the country lickety-split)
    (Rollin' ninety miles an hour)
    I can't believe I'm here at last
    Woo-oo-ooo!

    (When you go travellin', it's best for you
    To take the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe!)
    I can't believe that anything could go so fast
    Then you pull that throttle, whistle blows

    A-huffin' and a-puffin' and away she goes
    All aboard for Califor-ni-a
    On the Atchison (on the Atchison)
    On the Atchison, Topeka (on the Atchison, Topeka)

    On the Atchison, Topeka (on the Atchison, Topeka)
    On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe!

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  41. REVENONS AU NOS MOUTONS:

    Unfortunately, I can't comment on the video, because my Flash Player has cut me off again without so much as a fond farewell. ):-c

    HOWEVER, my opinion of "Democratic Voters" was formed decades ago, and has only solidified with the passage of time.

    Democrats generally tend to fall into two distinct groups or classes:

    1. Rich or prosperous individuals who are either ridden with misplaced GUILT over their good fortune, OR have an overmastering desire to use their advantages to exert despotic Power and Control over the masses for whom they publicly profess great empathy and concern, while cynically regarding these Victim Classes with scorn and withering contempt.

    2. The Have-Nots driven by Envy, Anger, Malice, Spite, Resentment, and Lust for Vengeance, exploited and greatly exacerbated by Marxist-Collectivist ideology.

    The machinations of leftist activists have fueled a deep and abiding conviction that "The RIch" are responsible for the wretched conditions under which the Have-Nots –– both here and all over the world –– are "forced" to live resulting in feelings that clamorous dissent and violent protest are not only "justified," but NECESSARY.

    This hideously destructive dualistic mentality is, of course, the absolute antithesis of everything we Christians have been urged live by in the Ten Commandments, the words of the great biblical prophets, and the Life of Our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ as illustrated in the Four Gospels and many of the writings of St. Paul.

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  42. Where was the outrage when the four men were killed in Benghazi? One responsible is running for president, one is president. These men gave their lives, we gave them nothing. Everyone should watch 13 HOURS TO GET A WAKE UP .
    Obama and Hillary, both lied and still covering up their crimes in not sending help to save these men. Both are not presidential material, and should be made to pay for their many crimes. Hillary has been evil since 1993. Look up her crimes,they are public information. She is for bringing in 65,000 more Illegals, and open borders. She will end America as we knew it.

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    1. I dunno, FJ.

      I often wonder, "Does anyone hear ANYONE?"

      It seems very unlikely, because "everyone" spends ALL his time TALKING. I see little or no evidence that "anyone" really LISTENS, do you?

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    2. Listening, understanding, and responding are three completely different things...

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    3. I see Farmer is still on maudlin youtube clips patrol.

      Care to explain to the class how Benghazi, Benghazi, Benghazi has jack all to do with our freedom.

      Can the insipid videos and have that mouth breather Trey Gowdy call more hearings. Pitch till you win.

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  43. You'll like this one FreeThinke,

    If the religionist wing of conservatism is futile, the secular one is, perhaps, worse. The religionists preach the morality of altruism, knowing that the liberals and the extreme left are its much more consistent practitioners, but hoping—since consistency is a requirement of reason, not of faith—that a miracle will wipe out that fact. The secular conservatives solve the contradiction by discarding morality altogether, by surrendering it to the enemy and declaring that social-political-economic problems are amoral.

    Ayn Rand

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    1. I have never been one of Rand's admirer's. I remember her very well from the time she first burst upon the seen, and thought her a dour, arrogant, heartless, conceited, stone-faced old bitch even back then. My basic opinion has never changed, though I enjoyed The Fountainhead and agree with much of what she said in Atlas Shrugged, despite the granitic, grimly tendentious nature of her prose.

      Nevertheless, since I am always willing to give the devil his due I discovered a number of bright pertinent thoughts she expressed with which I could heartily concur. Probably a good example of the Stopped Clock Phenomenon. ]:-}>

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  44. You will absolutely LOVE< these FreeThinke.

    Faith




    “Faith” designates blind acceptance of a certain ideational content, acceptance induced by feeling in the absence of evidence or proof.

    Do not say that you’re afraid to trust your mind because you know so little. Are you safer in surrendering to mystics and discarding the little that you know? Live and act within the limit of your knowledge and keep expanding it to the limit of your life. Redeem your mind from the hockshops of authority. Accept the fact that you are not omniscient, but playing a zombie will not give you omniscience—that your mind is fallible, but becoming mindless will not make you infallible—that an error made on your own is safer than ten truths accepted on faith, because the first leaves you the means to correct it, but the second destroys your capacity to distinguish truth from error.

    The alleged short-cut to knowledge, which is faith, is only a short-circuit destroying the mind.

    Faith and force . . . are corollaries: every period of history dominated by mysticism, was a period of statism, of dictatorship, of tyranny.


    Ayn Rand

    What say you FreeThinke?

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    1. To quote Sada Thompson's immortal last line from the award-winning play Twigs:

      "You know what I say? I say, 'HORSE SHIT !'"

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    2. I appreciate you honesty here FreeThinke. I as you well know find this a very palatable and reasoned part of her Objectivist philosophy.

      I was highly moved when I read her Anthem in 9th grade and became a fan of her individualism and belief in the "free market".

      There is not much, if anything I have not read of Ayn Rand's work. My views on her strident Objectivism has changed some. While I continue to find great value in some of her views I also recognize many need modification if they were ever to succeed in the 21st century and beyond, given modern realities.

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  45. "ONCE MORE UNTO THE BREACH, DEAR FRIENDS ..."


    Contrarian antagonists
    ____ care rarely for what’s true.
    They’re far more eager to denounce,
    –––– so here is what they do.
    Their purpose is to denigrate,
    -––––– belittle and defame.
    Their wish is to humiliate
    –––– in hopes of fixing blame.
    The truth too easily is lost
    –––– in battles of this kind.
    Hectoring and badgering
    ––––– abuse the human mind.
    Instead of curiosity
    ––––– we often find expression
    Of little but indulgence
    ––––– of a passion for aggression.
    When avidness appears
    ––––– to open Vitriol’s loose spigot,
    The one who twists and turns the tap
    –––– is apt to be a bigot.


    ~ FreeThinke

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    1. Isn't it long past time that America offered government subsidized hair care? The follically challenged DEMAND your support!

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    2. Personally, If I my wife wouldn't get pissed off I'd start shaving my head. It would be much more comfortable during gym workouts and save even more time after the morning shower.


      Anyway, nature is going to complete the job soon anyway. :-)

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    3. In your OPINION FreeThinke.

      Or is it simply that knowledge is infinite and the more science learns the greater the possibilities become and the more we earn how little we actually know?

      Take NOTHING as gospel and question EVERYTHING.

      I believe it was Thomas Jefferson who said question even the existence of God.

      Have awonderful evening FreeThinke.

      PS: You're a bright guy. But like all of s a bit of tweaking from time to time is needed. :-)

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  46. I just tongue washed Shaw's bunghole!

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  47. Pathological liar and Narcissist in Chief is lying through his teeth tonight on the Leprechaun hour over at Fox Sleaze.

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  48. HILLARY CLINTON WON!!!!!
    P.S.Yes, I know Cassius Clay died. Thant's NOT important to me.

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    1. To quote Sada Thompson's immortal last line from the award-winning play Twigs:

      "You know what I say? I say, 'HORSE SHIT !'"

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  49. She wins if she defeats the Bloviating Blowhard Megalomaniac Drumpf in general. If she doesn't her clinching the DP delegates to secure the nomination means squat.

    Muhammad Ali was actually more important when considering the historical long view and he sure as hell had more integrity that either HRC or the Orange Orangutan.

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  50. Very funny you name calling JERK. I guess that Free Thinke was right and had you pegged right all along.

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  51. TRUMP IS A RACIST.! There is NO doubt about it.
    Trump has doubled down on his accusations against an American judge of Mexican heritage, insisting that Judge Curiel could not give Trump a fair hearing nor could an American judge of Muslim heritage nor a female judge.

    (No one has asked Trump if an American judge of German or Scottish heritage could be impartial.)

    Trump doesn't sound like a presidential candidate, he sounds like a menacing capo di capo from a mafia organization.

    Lindsey Graham, who said Trump was the least qualified candidate to ever seek the GOP nomination (and who later endorsed this unqualified candidate), has now reversed himself again and was Right!

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  52. Trump is a disgusting racist, even the leaders of his own party thinks so, not just the opposition. Who are the people who defend this freak of a candidate? The people here on this blog are full of crap up to their ears.
    Especially that Fat Moron Free Stinkie.

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