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January 29, 2010

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rickswrite

er, ahem, Miss Davis, may i take this moment to introduce myself..i'm rickswrite (obama mix of curtsey and bow to king abdullah)

Ummahgummah

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WHAT DO YOU GET …

IF YOU CROSS THE NORTH KOREAN BORDER ILLEGALLY? YOU GET 12 YEARS HARD LABOR.

IF YOU CROSS THE IRANIAN BORDER ILLEGALLY YOU ARE DETAINED INDEFINITELY.

IF YOU CROSS THE AFGHAN BORDER, YOU GET SHOT.

IF YOU CROSS THE TURKEY BORDER ILLEGALLY, YOU SPEND THE REST OF YOUR LIFE IN PRISON!

BUT, IF YOU CROSS THE U.S. BORDER ILLEGALLY YOU GET:

A DRIVERS LICENSE A SOCIAL SECURITY CARD WELFARE FOOD STAMPS AND, FREE HEALTH CARE!

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miss davis

Hi M/M, thanks for the welcome back... and yes it is the real me, albeit (slightly) less militant feminist this time around, LOL! ;) Glad to hear you are checking out Harlem! The poetry/literature was amazing from that period, one of my favorite books is by Zora Neale Hurston (Their Eyes Were Watching God).

Thanks for the intro Rick... who else is still here, Fred, Avari, Truther? Thought I saw Gringoman's post?

Crazy work schedule these days so I will be posting at night for the most part...tons of questions for you all!

DJ

Maggot Chris Matthews just can't constrain his propensity to blather, but what else can we expect? After all, he IS a leading booster of leftard causes.

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Chris Matthews Compares Conservative Republicans to Murderous Khmer Rouge Regime


http://newsbusters.org/blogs/ken-shepherd/2010/02/01/chris-matthews-compares-conservative-republicans-murderous-khmer-rouge

Dgscol

I have no real objection to homosexuals being in combat, actually, and perhaps they should have their own barracks. I am thinking something like "The Dirty Dozen", that they be given special missions, and if they return, we could leave them out of the military.

soggy

Why do we separate the sexes in the military anyway? Do women have some sort of bigoted phobia against showering with men? Think about it. We expect straight men to shower with homosexual men and if they have a problem with it libtards call them bigoted homophobes. Such compassionate souls they are.

Ummahgummah

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Angela, please don't mention those names in polite company! Last thing we need is for ovari and FreaK to make any more appearances here.

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Ummahgummah

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PS. Interesting that only libwomen should be considered "feminists".

When it comes to islam they are just as politically correct as their libmale counterparts.

That includes gays and lesbians and in-between.

Like Achmadinnernazi said on campus at Columbia U: "we don't have a homosexual problem in iran like you have here".

And those women who are unfortunate enough raped are hanged right alongside those homosexuals, because unless they have four male witnesses, they are considered "adulteresses" under islamic law unless they have four eyewitnesses to testify to the fact that they were raped.

Good to see that our feminists support islam so full-throatedly.

And so convincing that our dear "leader" never heard any of the "kill the infidels and seize their bounty and their lands for alla has given them to you" stuff while he attended the madrassas of Indonesia.

Even greater that all the lib-voters simply ignored the implications of all of this!

JUST GREAT!

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Ummahgummah

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Soggybritches, if the military have to shower with gays then they should sue to also shower with women LOL

The gays would hate that just as much as the men would hate to shower with the gays.

Hahaha... I wonder if the ACLU would take the case..

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Dgscol

Yes, some of those boys in special ops, are buffed and smokin'g.

Ummahgummah

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Do tell, Truther.. what are they smoking?

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M/M

An example of buffed and smokin' hot:
http://video.foxnews.com/v/3909894

M/M

You're welcome Angela. I was thinking about you around Christmas when you shared the Motown Christmas songs your father played for your family with us. How are your father and your son?

Gringoman must be on vacation because I can't see him missing out on this discussion. MJ posts occasionally, but not as much as he used to.

I read "Their Eyes Were Watching God" in school but don't remember it, butI read "Caine River" by Lalita Tademy last year and highly recommend it.

John Gibson was just talking about black history month and mentioned this article.
http://www.americanthinker.com/2010/02/black_history_month_should_be.html
The author, Lloyd Marcus, is active in the tea party movement.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RkWQ4uolB8Q
I mention the article because he mentions Madame C.J.Walker, who I also learned about in the museum. She rocked:

"I am a woman who came from the cotton fields of the South. From there I was promoted to the washtub. From there I was promoted to the cook kitchen. And from there I promoted myself into the business of manufacturing hair goods and preparations....I have built my own factory on my own ground."

Madam Walker,
National Negro Business League Convention,
July 1912
http://www.madamcjwalker.com/

Speaking of the tea party, I think you should join us and I think we should go international. I think it is a disgrace that we've been sending billions of dollars to Haiti and now see what our money is not buying. (Buildings that don't crumble like cardboard during an earthquake.)

I've been interested in how our foreign aid is being spent because it is obvious that it doesn't get to the people who really need it.

I'd be interested in hearing your thoughts about this issue, or anything else we are discussing.

Ummahgummah

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Savage was ON POINT tonight!

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miss davis

My family's doing well these days M/M, thanks for asking! Hoping to get them all off the Obama train! That's funny, around the holidays I thought of all the Christmas music you posted as well.

You'll have to tell me your perspective on the Tea Party. Honestly, I think the Democrat/Republican wars are getting old and are a distraction more than anything else, I'm sick of it all and can barely stomach watching the news these days; if it wasn't for the Haiti earthquake I probably wouldn't (more on that in a separate post). I'll be the first to admit I don't quite understand what the Tea Party is all about, it seems to be a melting pot of several different groups/causes. What's this about Sarah Palin taking some heat from the same people who were her biggest fans? (Including you last we spoke?) Here's the thing - there are many liberal politicians & pundits who I now believe are severely misguided, but that doesn't necessarily mean I'm watching Hannity and Beck every night either (sometimes they just take things too far for me, plus FOX is still just as biased as MSNBC & CNN). So when I heard that they were supporting the Tea Party movement, it turned me off and I never really paid much attention after that. I'm willing to open my ears though.

I'm not a history or economics expert, but I've learned just enough in the last few months to blow everything out of the water that I thought was true. I'm definitely down w/ the need for true transparency & a real audit for the Fed, if not dissolve it all together & nationalize the banks. I'm disgusted by Obama's genius move to throw $30B of "recovered" TARP money at the banks as if the end result will somehow be different than what we witnessed with the first time. Sadly, I fear that at the end of the day, the “powers that be” have every intention of allowing (or blatantly causing) the dollar to collapse.

Ummahgummah

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Well, Angela, you *sound* like a recovering liberal. Soon you will sound like a tea Partier.

Like you said your family are still on the Obama train but the wheels are clearly coming off.

And that is due to the fact that more and more people realize that it isn't due to those "evil racists" who "hate the ONE due to his race", but that he is in fact every bit as destructive as we had hoped he wouldn't be.

In the long run, where would you rather live than in the USA?

So why would you want a guy who is intent on tearing it down be President, regardless of the paint job?

The rich whitelibs who support him are making money hand over fist, regardless of their tax bracket. The Fredlibs are the ones you gotta be worried about as pertains to their ability to think logically.

Middle Class at best but as long as they work in Government or for some foundation or other I suppose they believe themselves immune to bad government.

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M/M

Angela,

I'm sick of the Democrat/Republican thing but I lean more Republican. We've been protesting since the fall of 2008 because we've are concerned about what our politicians our doing to our dollar.

There are some people at Fox that support the tea party movement, but I think it is really more of a reflection of what we are feeling. My local radio show host, not affiliated with Sean and Beck, organized a tea party that I attended in 2009. There were 2500 people from every party who just wanted to show the government that we are sick of them "throwing out our messages" and not listening to us when our taxes pay their salaries. I was grateful for the talk show hosts for organizing the event so that my local politicians could see just how unhappy we are with them.

Janeane Garafolo and Keith Olbergeek can call us racists for excercising our first amendment rights and they can insult us with vulgar sexual slurs, but we don't have to listen to them when there are so many other things we could be doing in their time slot. Our politicians can also repeat the vulgar sexual slurs when describing us, especially during the month when people are complaining about paying their property taxes. We definitely won't forget what they said in November.

I like Gov. Palin more than ever. We've been discussing that we don't think she should supporting John McCain, but it isn't that big a deal to me. I can relate to Gov. Palin more than I do to Katie Couric and the feminazis. I liked the way she supported the pro-lifers when the feminazis tried to force CBS to not run their ad during the Superbowl. The left's attacks on Gov. Palin are so ridiculous that I now laugh at them, but occasionally they still get to me and I feel I have to speak up.

I'm unable to avoid the John Edwards scandal and "the real John" seems to be the person we saw him as during the campaign. I started out supporting the Republicans because I liked Rudy who turned around NYC's fiscal mess while mayor and has first hand experience dealing with terrorism. Truthfully, I thought Rudy exaggerated the terrorist threat until the panty bomber. After that story broke, I said "duh" I get it.

Ummahgummah

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M/M, what about 9/11 did you NOT get? Never mind the panty bomber..

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