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July 11, 2010

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gringoman

Congratulations, Cara Mia! Can we expect you to look your Republicans and Bushniks straight in the eye? Yes, the Democrats are neocom scoundrels, justice jivers, and devious socialist eyesores. But we already know that.

We really do

gringoman

Congratulations, Cara Mia! Can we expect you to look your Republicans and Bushniks straight in the eye? Yes, the Democrats are neocom scoundrels, justice jivers, and devious socialist eyesores. But we already know that.

We really do

Posted by: gringoman | July 11, 2010 at 02:06


Here's another suggestion for our Princess. By now it's common knowledge that corporate America and it's media has a great deal to answer for in the socialist triumph of Barack Soetoro Hussein Obama. Granted, the feckless Republicans are partly to blame for this massive defection of "shrewd" business and ditzy billionaires. But has there ever been a greater example of the "can-do" Alpha Dude as sidewalk idiot (or whatever)?

Ergo, could Monica become the first Republican to take the whip to Corporate Charley? Is her lashing technique up to it? Would her hair stay in place?

gringoman

This Virginian can't possibly be a Republican. He sounds like he might be---can you believe it?--- a man/////


FOX NEWS//////A Virginia lawmaker looking to enact an immigration law similar to Arizona's is challenging the Obama administration to come at his state with a lawsuit, too, saying he hopes the Justice Department has "so many targets" they can't focus.

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2010/07/11/virginia-lawmaker-challenges-feds-sue-state-immigration-enforcement/

gringoman

This Virginian can't possibly be a Republican. He sounds like he might be---can you believe it?--- a man/////


FOX NEWS//////A Virginia lawmaker looking to enact an immigration law similar to Arizona's is challenging the Obama administration to come at his state with a lawsuit, too, saying he hopes the Justice Department has "so many targets" they can't focus.

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2010/07/11/virginia-lawmaker-challenges-feds-sue-state-immigration-enforcement/

Posted by: gringoman | July 11, 2010 at 03:05 PM

The simple fact is this: For decades the Republicans have allowed Libworld and its double-standard liberal racists to define and determine who is and is not a "racist" (and by extension, what is and is not "racism.") Libworld then uses this stolen monopoly to shut up, if not blunderbuss and destroy, opposition, not to mention manipulating and extorting even the "hard-nosed" Corporate Charley.

This tells you all you need to know about Republican "intellect" and "character" and "dissent."

gringoman

VIDEO: Evidence that Obama stole Election 2008 from Hillary. At least 10 examples. New documentary by a lifelong Democrat.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ccbd4DbpS4c

mjfell

Former Republican Congressman Tom Tancredo: "I believe this with all my heart, that the greatest threat to the United States today, the greatest threat to our liberty, the greatest threat to the Constitution, the greatest threat to our way of life, everything we believe in, the greatest threat to the country put together by the Founding Fathers, is the guy who is in the White House today."

http://www.breitbart.tv/former-gop-congressman-obama-biggest-threat-to-nation/

DJ

The simple fact is this: For decades the Republicans have allowed Libworld and its double-standard liberal racists to define and determine who is and is not a "racist" (and by extension, what is and is not "racism.") Libworld then uses this stolen monopoly to shut up, if not blunderbuss and destroy, opposition, not to mention manipulating and extorting even the "hard-nosed" Corporate Charley.

This tells you all you need to know about Republican "intellect" and "character" and "dissent."

Posted by: gringoman | July 11, 2010 at 03:41 PM

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Gringoman,

I agree with your comment, however I have a slightly different take on the Republicans in regards to anti-racist dogma. Despite bickering about the degree of social spending, taxes, racial set asides, etc., I believe the Republicans are a carbon copy of the Democrats. Both parties fully endorse the concept of racial integration and the welfare state to support it. No Republican or Democrat dares deviate from this established doctrine. BOTH parties condemn any white resistance to this decades old “anti-racist” dogma. When it comes to massive non-white immigration -- whether it be legal or illegal -- Republicans copy the Democrats; they are twin sisters. While Libworld has for four decades championed massive non-white immigration to increase their voting base (amongst other reasons), now the Republicans are using the same tactics. Most politicians from both parties ceased being constitutional statesmen long ago. Their foremost concern, or priority, is to get elected -- they couldn’t care less about the long term consequences their INSANE fiscal policies and SUICIDAL immigration policies will result in.

Vote Constitution Party!

DJ

http://www.constitutionparty.com/

rick

i did not really mean it when i wrote in an earlier post that the World Cup would be an ok place for me for Al-Queda to blow up. Recommended summer reading for you people---Andrew McCarthy's book THE GREAT JIHAD. Keep your powder dry, boys....rick

rick

Just read our Mullah-in-Chief's comments concerning the Ugandan bombing..."..deplorable and cowardly.." Well, Bobo, one thing they ain't is cowardly; just as the Japanese pilots flying their aircraft into U.S. Destoyers on picket duty off Okinawa were not cowardly. His comments add up to no more that Chatty-Cathy pap. Why do i have this vision that he took his two girls out of school and gave them candy when he heard a;bout this mess....cheers, rick

Dgscol

Suspected Spies Disappear After Swap

All the so-called "spies" involved in the swap are probably going back to Russia to live, except for those who lived in the US and want to return - if they live here illegally and incognito. One of the ladies was Peruvian and might live there. She might be at liberty to talk about her experiences. This proves that all the Democrats wanted to do was rapidly deport the Russian agents before they became too large an embarrassment to the Party and its fund-raising.

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748703580104575361001079323076.html?mod=WSJ_hpp_MIDDLTopStories

Dgscol

Let's see, Anna. How many Tuvian Aksa in one dollar? Can you change these at the bank and get back to us? Then we can go forward with the Tuvian contracts and real estate purchases. OF COURSE, THIS SORT OF ACTIVITY IS HIGHLY ILLEGAL, EVEN THOUGH HILLARY MIGHT BE FOR IT. Something to consider as election season comes around.

What the Democrats could do is try to establish a Tuvian Democratic Party, and collect donations for a Tuvian Party in Tuvia. That would be legal, rather than these "gray market" syndicate type activities.

PatrickKelley

Here's something you might want to look into, Monica.

260,000 files have allegedly been stolen from the State Department. Among their contents-

*Blistering assessments of foreign leaders

*Operational details involving covert activities

*Information regarding foreign policy decisions

*And even classified files of meetings with Israeli officials

Among many other embarrassing and damaging files of information.

The culprit, supposedly, is U.S. Army Intelligence Analyst Bradley Manning, who was arrested sometime in June of this year in connection with the leaking of an explosive video of attack-helicopter gun camera footage from Iraq. Whether that arrest is what led to the discovery of the leak of these documents is not exactly clear.

The alleged recipient of the documents are, like in the Iraq video case, Wikileaks.

If this is true, this is really, really big.

http://thepagantemple.blogspot.com/2010/07/john-lecarre-couldnt-have-made-this-up.html

M/M

PaganTemple WELCOME BACK! Thanks for the posts.

Dgscol

Government outside the government?

Everyone moaned, when foreign aid was being gobbled up by speech-givers affiliated with US politicians, who collected large fees. This program has expanded to include banks and loans, and contracts from the government and business sectors. Money is returned to the parties through political contributions.

IS THIS OKAY?

It is illegal, but obviously not being enforced. What is wrong? Well ...

1) it subverts a national strategy or policy
2) many contracts are made just to pass money through
proxies abroad, to find it way to the same
people/party who released public money/or bank
money abroad (exactly like S&L scandal).
3) Stops legitimate international business competition
from getting into the process, and the proper use
of public money.

So far, no one wants to blame the Democrats for this. Why? Are Republicans up to their gills in ill acquired public money through similar mechanisms?
The public knows this is going on, and yet everyone is ignoring this. Help! help!

PatrickKelley

M/M-

Thanks, and you're welcome. I've been meaning to drop by before now but just never got around to it for some reason, just so much going on I guess. But, it's good to be back.

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