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Dec 16, 2013 12:56:16   #
Podesta has been a g*******t scumbag/UN lackey for so long. Thinking that this guy has had such a large effect on American policy makes me a little nauseous.
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Dec 16, 2013 12:44:17   #
Or they can just use Google T***slate.
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Nov 3, 2013 09:40:36   #
claytonln wrote:
The whole time I was growing up, our greatest threat was c*******m. Then it quit being talked about. But, it never went away. I am not saying the Muslims aren't a threat, but they aren't THE threat.

Have you looked at Deerborne, MI lately? The threat is, and always will be intolerance for liberty.
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Nov 3, 2013 09:35:34   #
jonhatfield wrote:
What is interesting is all these odd little conspiracy packs spouting political insanities on the internet. How very odd.

Yeah. It's crazy. The way corruption is rampant, and we dehumanize the people that point it out. The way that the governments pay for people to make light of it on our boards, The way that conspiracy has become synonymous with insane (unless our government prosecutes it. ) It's all very crazt. The way we trust the untrustworthy. Feel that war is strength. And use taxpayer dollars from moral people, to dehumanize the rest.
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Nov 3, 2013 09:14:22   #
banjojack wrote:
There was a faction that advocated for a stronger central government, and one that advocated against it. You could make a case that the "States Rights" advocates were the original "Statists." Was it Hamilton or Hancock who favored a stronger central government? I'm having one of my blank moments here.

Hamilton advocated for a stronger centralized bank. It could also be argued that the first federalists were anti federal.
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Nov 3, 2013 08:11:56   #
Confused wrote:
Nothing like a judgmental Con to explain Christianity . He left out the concept judge not , lest ye be judged also . The problem isn't with God , it is fitting that concept into a pea sized brain .

Contextualized, John 8 is about capital punishment (Levitican) for sexual immorality. Something, Republicans aren't famous for tolerating. Don't ask me why.
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Nov 3, 2013 01:11:07   #
lone_ghost wrote:
I do as well. The liberal establishment will be a tough customer to overcome.

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Nov 3, 2013 01:00:23   #
rumitoid wrote:
You, yes you: what will you do this morning to restore our we the people government? Don't look left or right or across the street; look within: how important is liberty?
The trouble for most in getting behind the seriousnes of our plight is that the vast majority has not felt the effects of constriction and feel that they are innured by wh**ever defense from such intrusions. No longer--and we need to make that point utterly clear!

How can you have pudding if you haven't any food>
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Nov 2, 2013 21:56:35   #
claytonln wrote:
not bad people, just misguided. :lol:

How do you fight that?
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Nov 2, 2013 21:49:20   #
Doug Rodrigues wrote:
In Mulsim countries, Barack Obama is considered to be a Muslim. Obama is a pathological liar. Don't listen to what he says, watch what he does. What he does isn't only subversive, it's treasonous.

That mother deserves Damocles sword.
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Nov 2, 2013 21:30:00   #
While I can't agree with everything you say, the problem with independence minded people tends to be not being able to accept interference. We all want to fix things without h*****g out in tearooms. The elephant in the room is, "while we don't like each other, we respect each other. So if a a "Leave me the F alone" party forms, I suppose, most of us would be on board.
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Nov 2, 2013 21:05:56   #
It will be soon. Look at Dearborn.
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Nov 2, 2013 21:04:57   #
There's no way I can disagree with parts of this more. While I consider christianity, in practice, superior to every other religion. There are a few verses asserting that it should not be forced on nonbelievers. We have come into a society of , "If you're not for me, you're against me," has become a credo of government interventionism instead of spiritual wealth. I don't agree with liberalism,because at its core, it is full of thieves, not because bad people support it.
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Nov 2, 2013 20:55:35   #
Or it means kool-aid has just been given a bad name( exit jim jones)
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Nov 2, 2013 20:50:39   #
Old_Gringo wrote:

always with an asterisk *Ferrararo ( h**ed her).
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