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June 23, 2011

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gringoman

///It's a good day for liberty and a bad one for Islamist intimidation and tyranny. But one victory does not win the war. We must stay vigilant and fight back in every way possible....///

Good idea, Cara Mia. Oh, BTW, how about this way for a related issue? Can Americanos now debate and discuss topics such as....

ARGUMENTUM: We are being subjected to The Pink Fascists and The Gaying of America.

Princess, would you care to lend your credibility to the 'yes' side or the 'no' side?

RSVP at your convenience.

gringoman


From the blog above:

According to the 1989 book Destructive Generation: Second Thoughts About the '60s by Peter Collier and David Horowitz, Weatherman trainees underwent grueling rituals of self-abasement and abuse in which their dignity, individuality and even sexual identity was brutally extinguished. On pages 84-87, Collier and Horowitz write;


"[The Weather Underground] initiated a 'smash monogamy' campaign to destroy bourgeois sexual hang-ups: Once monogamy was smashed, couples who in some cases had been together for years were harangued until they admitted their 'political errors' and split apart. "The next logical step was group sex. One of the last taboos was homosexuality, and the Weather command forced itself toward experimentation in this direction, instructing male and female cadres to 'make it' with members of the same sex."

Hmmmm....

Posted by: M/M | June 22, 2011 at 11:16 PM

Good post, M/M. For me it's old hat, but it should be useful for the naive who still can't see right through the Leftniki instinctively and intuitively. Of course, I'm at an unfair advantage. I knew the 60's close up, before getting to Vietnam. (They have reason to mock an oldie but goodie.) They are so transparent, yet Americanos. amazingly, still can't see right through them. Proof? They voted for Barack Hussein Obama. They don't even get the insanely pompous and pretentious humor of that name, from the former Barry Soetoro.

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LongRifle

How could anyone say anything bad about muslims?

Just because they cut off people's heads and hands, murder their own grown children for "shaming them", slaughter Christians who won't convert, blow themselves and hundreds of innocents up in the name of their god, treat women like cattle, still practice slavery, own the illicit drug and sex trades, are hairy and don't understand deoderant? Come on...have some compassion.

DJ

Congrats to Geert Wilders! A true hero indeed! His win is a win for all of us.

The only people more corrosive to Western Civ than mooslims are white-liberals; unfortunately most whites whom refer to themselves as "conservatives" are white-liberals.

Ummahgummah

According to the 1989 book Destructive Generation: Second Thoughts About the '60s by Peter Collier and David Horowitz, Weatherman trainees underwent grueling rituals of self-abasement and abuse in which their dignity, individuality and even sexual identity was brutally extinguished. On pages 84-87, Collier and Horowitz write;

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If I didn't know better I would almost say that this sounds as if the Bama is a weatherman trainee.. you know.. that weird limp-wristed metrosexual thing he has about him.

Could that be the result of "weatherman training"?

Or was he possibly molested by Indonesian imams inside the Madrassa he spent years of his life studying the KKKoran in?

Too bad Oprah is NOprah now. I am sure she could have gotten it out of him, if she tried.

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xbjllb

"RSVP at your convenience." - Gringoman


We'll have grandkids before THAT happens.

gringoman

DON'T FEED TROLLS

LET TROLLS FEED EACH OTHER

OBAMNEYCARE COVERS FOOD POISONING

Ummahgummah

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ROFLMFAO, Gringoman!!!

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Ummahgummah

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It's a good day for liberty and a bad one for Islamist intimidation and tyranny. But one victory does not win the war. We must stay vigilant and fight back in every way possible, just as Geert Wilders did, for the enemy is patient and determined and clever.

JUNE 23, 2011 AT 01:11 PM | PERMALINK

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You mean as in getting a moslem appointed to the State Supreme Court in New Jersey?

"patient and determined and clever" as in building a Victory mosk at Ground Zero as a sign of insult AS ISLAM HAS A HISTORY OF DOING.

They build mosks on churches, Hindu Temples and Synagogues they destroy!

It's written in their war manual, aka the KKKoranmpf.

Why doesn't Monica ask Chris Christie what his opinions are on these FACTS?
That would serve the American public far better than all the heavy breathing at the mere mention of the Big guy's name.

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gringoman

I think Sarah Palin can.

Or Trump.

Posted by: Ummahgummah | June 21, 2011 at 04:13 PM

I stated there is no candidate who can deliver what Monica was pining for. Neither are Presidential Candidates at this time, nor are either likely to get the GOP nomination.
Time is running low for them to get into the race, let alone start a Third Party.

Posted by: LongRifle | June 21, 2011 at 10:34 PM

Oh, OK. I thought you were implying, previously, that Rick Perry de Texas could deliver. My misconstrue?

gringoman

If you voted for Obama in2008 to prove you weren't a racist, vote for someone else in 2012 to prove you're not an idiot.

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Posted by: Ummahgummah | June 19, 2011 at 10:10 PM

An' doan fugget: Yoos de ballot that prove you can read in da Inglis.

Ummahgummah

I stated there is no candidate who can deliver what Monica was pining for. Neither are Presidential Candidates at this time, nor are either likely to get the GOP nomination.
Time is running low for them to get into the race, let alone start a Third Party.

Posted by: LongRifle | June 21, 2011 at 10:34 PM

Oh, OK. I thought you were implying, previously, that Rick Perry de Texas could deliver. My misconstrue?

POSTED BY: GRINGOMAN | JUNE 23, 2011 AT 04:29 PM

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This is getting kinda cryptic. I think he mean that she is pining for the former Governor of Massachusetts. Meaning that since Romney is married already he can't deliver what she is pining for.

On the other hand, he *IS* a Mormon which all the implications, even if not the actual trimmings.

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thebuckstopshere

freedom of speech.......so tulips from the Netherlands now has a new meaning.......free to use your two lips.......

here at home, the dem controlled senate voted down, not funding the many czars of this adm., & the ...... is that internet czar that will patrolling for potentially harmful postings of the prez..........

http://weaselzippers.us/2011/06/23/senate-dems-block-gop-attempt-at-defunding-obamas-czars/

AIN'T AMERICA GREAT OR WHAT?!


WAR ON ERROR 2012

Ummahgummah

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I didn't like hearing Lou Dobbs celebrate today's Greek bailout because "it's good for the market".

What kind of rationale is that?

Do German, Dutch and Finnish taxpayers have to guarantee the risky loans made by the international banking "community"?

What's good for the American taxpayers should be good for them as well; BAILOUTS and $TIMULU$ are bad, no matter who is being extorted to pay for them.

We should be glad that there are some self-reliant successful prosperous countries left rather than cheer on the looters.

SHAME on you, Lou Dobbs.

You are a NEO-CON.

Posing as a Tea Party sympathizer

I know I won't be listening to Lou Dobbs again, no matter how smarmy or RINOy Hannity may get between the hours of 3 and 4 in the afternoon.

Hannity should get a better backup than what he had to day though.

On the other hand it was good to see the mask come off Lou Dobbs.

What is tax increases in America were suddenly deemed "good for the market"? Will Lou be standing in the front, cheering them on?

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Ummahgummah

"I worked at Republic Steel for 10 years, until its closing in 1983. The
best line I ever heard there was when this young black kid was being
reprimanded for the last time before being fired.

The black youth said to the shop foreman, you're firing me because I'm
black!

The boss said, "No, we hired you because you were black. Were firing you
because you are useless!

Same goes for the President of the United States.."
Posted by: TED at June 23, 2011 12:34 PM

mjfell

2012 GOP Presidential No No’s

Listed below are five GOP Presidential candidates and the reasons why they should be considered unfit to head the 2012 GOP ticket.

Gary Johnson—His foreign policy is duplicitous. He describes himself as strong on national defense, yet calls for retreat in the war against radical Islam. His views on social issues will contribute to a further decay in America’s moral fabric. The GOP and America need and deserves a Conservative Presidential candidate, not a Libertarian.

Ron Paul–His position to rush all troops home from foreign bases ASAP is as much a danger to America as is the “progressive” demand to force their green energy policy upon America without any tangible evidence of prudent preparation. He should remain Chairman of the congressional panel that oversees the Federal Reserve. His views on social issues will contribute to a further decay in America’s moral fabric. The GOP and America need and deserves a Conservative Presidential candidate, not a Libertarian.

Mitt Romney—In a word: romneycare, the model upon which the highly destructive obamacare was based. He believes in man caused global warming and some form of economically hostile cap and trade. The GOP and America need and deserves a Conservative Presidential candidate, not a moderate.

Newt Gingrich— He believes in man caused global warming and some form of economically hostile cap and trade. While a member of the House of Representatives he voted in favor of establishing the Department of Education and granting most favored nation trading status to Communist China. The GOP and America need and deserve a Conservative Presidential candidate, not a moderate.

John Huntsman—His politically correct “diplomatic passivity” will not allow him to take the fight to the current White House occupant. He’s been publicly endorsed by Democratic Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, a known “progressive” who worked vigorously for passage of the stimulus bill, the omnibus spending bill, obamacare and the Frank-Dodd financial regulatory bill. The GOP and America need and deserve a Conservative Presidential candidate, not a moderate.

America’s fiscal security, national security and moral fabric are under assault from the radical, “progressive” left. Under no circumstances should the American people be forced to once again choose between the lesser of two evils. The aforementioned candidates are all in some way(s) inappropriate to spearhead the Conservative movement’s drive to return America to its founding principles of limited Constitutional government, fiscal responsibility, national security and equal justice for all.

http://mjfellright.wordpress.com/2011/06/23/2012-gop-presidential-no-no%e2%80%99s/

LongRifle

Let me re-phrase: None of the CURRENT GOP CANDIDATES can save the country from financial oblivion, in my opinion.
I believe Trump could do it, but I doubt if Rove,
et al, would let him have the nomination.
If he wants to start a Third party, it seems like he should get to it.
Palin is truly dynamic, inspiring, and charismatic, but a question mark as far as being POTUS. Again, the Roves would never give her the nomination.
Just my two cents, which is probably worth less than that on the internet.

Chief Joe

I would like to invoke the idea of "citizen soldier", that people who have been here in the US for three generations, be granted any weaponry they deem necessary to protect the homeland. I would appreciate a 50mm., possibly with a helicopter.

Our current administration wants to know how long we are going to permit them to continue this global economic integration. Are they at an end?

Now, they are planning to create approx 100 economic zones in the US, run by foreign groups. One such group makes heavy machinery plans to locate in Boise, ID. consists of Chinese, possibly millions of them moving from China into this 50 square mile area. They are calling this reciprocity, to help America with industrial growth.

One way or another - we might resist.

 M/M

Good post, M/M. For me it's old hat, but it should be useful for the naive who still can't see right through the Leftniki instinctively and intuitively. Of course, I'm at an unfair advantage. I knew the 60's close up, before getting to Vietnam. (They have reason to mock an oldie but goodie.) They are so transparent, yet Americanos. amazingly, still can't see right through them. Proof? They voted for Barack Hussein Obama. They don't even get the insanely pompous and pretentious humor of that name, from the former Barry Soetoro.

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Posted by: gringoman | June 23, 2011 at 01:44 PM
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I didn't really know who they were. Monica posted the video on her website and I saw some many parellels with Obama.

I always romantized the 60s. I had no idea what half these movements were really about.

thebuckstopshere

Gman, xfiles I get it.............

NO DOUCHEBAGGING PERVS 2012

Chief Joe

Just sayin', without some fire-water, some room to run, and rifles, we were just fish.

gringoman

GAY MARRIAGE AND AIDS

While the debate over marriage equality continues to rage in Albany, one legislator from Clinton County, New York, fears that an HIV epidemic will break out in the Empire State if gay couples are allowed to marry.

Sam Trombley (R), while at Wednesday night’s meeting of the Clinton County legislature, voiced that he couldn’t understand why the health department focused on tobacco and smoking, but not homosexuality.

“I’m surprised the health department has not come out against this because we are going to have an HIV epidemic if this passes,” Trombley said.

http://www.lgbtqnation.com/2011/06/legislator-warns-of-hiv-epidemic-in-new-york-if-marriage-equality-becomes-law/

gringoNOTE: In fairness, it should be noted that the widespread Nazi homosexuality in the Third Reich, as documented in THE PINK SWASTIKA (linked previously here)does not indicate an AIDS epidemic in Nazi Germany, despite the homosexual Storm Troopers. Of course, the Nazis never quite advanced to the current stage of the Progressives in the USA: a demand for "marriage rights." And some believe that Obamneycare will deal with their diseases.

gringoman

This is getting kinda cryptic. I think he mean that she is pining for the former Governor of Massachusetts. Meaning that since Romney is married already he can't deliver what she is pining for.

On the other hand, he *IS* a Mormon which all the implications, even if not the actual trimmings.

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Posted by: Ummahgummah | June 23, 2011 at 04:43 PM

I was under the impression that Mitt Obamneycare is a progressive Mormon. This would mean he takes a vow of monogamy. I don't think there's much chance for admirers, including Monica....But then again, if Mitt eventually becomes a god on another planet, all bets are off.

gringoman

I worked at Republic Steel for 10 years, until its closing in 1983. The
best line I ever heard there was when this young black kid was being
reprimanded for the last time before being fired.

The black youth said to the shop foreman, you're firing me because I'm
black!

The boss said, "No, we hired you because you were black. Were firing you
because you are useless!

Same goes for the President of the United States.."
Posted by: TED at June 23, 2011 12:34 PM

Posted by: Ummahgummah | June 23, 2011 at 06:36 PM

Wow.

Question: Of the following, who would use that anti-pc zinger on air, and who would not?

Limbaugh
Hannity
Mark Levin
O'Reilly
Crowley
Coulter
Imus
JOhn Batchelor
Glenn Beck
Crummy
Lou Dobbs
Jon Epstein Stuart
Steve Malzburg
(additional?)

xbjllb

"OBAMNEYCARE COVERS FOOD POISONING" - Gringoman


I wasn't talking about you, nor to you, nor for you.

 M/M

News from the front. This morning the word is that they expect to pass the gay marriage bill and crawl out of town, but they are getting pounded.

Here is the latest on Senator Ball:
http://blog.timesunion.com/capitol/archives/72345/ball-im-a-no/

CHECK OUT THIS VIDEO. The opposition is in the Capital and in the Senators faces. They are surprised to see Tea Party and non religious people siding with the churches.
http://blog.timesunion.com/capitol/archives/72349/video-vote-yes-vs-vote-no/

Dgscol

I really appreciate what Jim Demint is doing, but I am disappointed that they will not tax companies who hire no one, that have outsourced to other countries - outside N. America. Although total federal revenue has increased slightly, without taxes there is no discouragement for outsourcing, and no limits imposed on imports.

There is a difference between people who live freely, and espouse western values and those that do not. We cannot afford to drop our support from our own people.
To make minor adjustments and to enforce them, for the sake of reducing unemployment for US citizens ought to be a national mandate.

 M/M

Update from Gov Ball. He is voting NO. State Senate is in session and Ball thinks it will pass tonight.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KAwiwjvOFVs&feature=youtu.be

DJ

Affirmative-action/quota programs in hiring practices in steel mills in one thing. But to lower standards in order to make sure the percentage of black Medical Doctors reflects that of the general population is another. Obamacare in effect mandates such quotas.

Re G-man's question: I seriously doubt any of those bloviators he listed would repeat that "anti-PC zinger" on the air. They all play by the PC rules when it comes to racial issues.

gringoman

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I didn't really know who they were. Monica posted the video on her website and I saw some many parellels with Obama.

I always romantized the 60s. I had no idea what half these movements were really about.

Posted by: M/M | June 23, 2011 at 08:35 PM

Let me not get crazy in bashing the 60's. I don't. There was plenty to romanticize too, while cringing at the excess and the nasty nihilists, like clones out of Dostoyevsy and Pol Pot wannabes. Beatles? It wasn't just Strawberry Fields Forever, first heard by a windmill on the tiny island of Formentera in the Balearics, after leaving St. John's Wood in London near where they had their Observatory. "She's Got a Ticket to Ride." We all had a ticket to ride. And we used it. Often not so wisely, but use it we did, by land, by sea and over the clouds too. Yes, it was a time, once upon. Nothing ever came close---until Vietnam.

gringoman

HOT AIR////// A Republican campaign veteran tells us that Texas Governor Rick Perry has decided to run for President, though the official word from Team Perry is still a definite maybe.

Our normally reliable Republican source reports that Mr. Perry has surveyed the field and decided to get in the race later this summer, perhaps around the time of the national prayer meeting that Mr. Perry is hosting on August 6 at a Houston football stadium. Our source also reports that Mr. Perry is aiming to compete in the Iowa Straw Poll, even though it occurs just a week later, on August 13. The thinking is that apparent front-runner Mitt Romney “does not reflect the Republican Party” and is therefore vulnerable to a credible challenge from the right, especially after Mr. Romney’s recent squishy remarks on global warming.

DJ

14 Reasons Why Rick Perry Would Be A Really, Really Bad President


http://endoftheamericandream.com/archives/14-reasons-why-rick-perry-would-be-a-really-really-bad-president

gringoman

Okay, I’m jumping back into the thread to make a couple of points. The first being, I’m a Sarah supporter (hey, it sounds better than all the other names being tossed out there for us), and I would more than anything like to see her run, because she holds positions that are not only closest to mine, but are also the best for America. If she does not run, and Perry does, I would think about throwing my support behind him, IF……

…his conservative beliefs are as wide and deep as Reagan’s were, considering both men are/were former Democrats. I want someone whose conservatism is down to the bone, into every sinew and fiber of the person. That’s why I support Palin; and that would be why I would support Perry if she doesn’t run and if he proved he was of the same caliber.

I don’t want to hold my nose and vote again–I’ve done that too many times in my lifetime. I’d like to vote and BREATHE EASY that I finally made the best choice for America.

theotherone on June 23, 2011 at 6:29 PM

gringoman

14 Reasons Why Rick Perry Would Be A Really, Really Bad President


http://endoftheamericandream.com/archives/14-reasons-why-rick-perry-would-be-a-really-really-bad-president

Posted by: DJ | June 23, 2011 at 10:18 PM

But Perry has at least one big thing going for him: The House of Boosh doesn't like him. He even beat their Kay Bailey Hutchinson for Texas Governor.

I won't add the humongous fact that 35% of all new jobs in the USA have been created in one particular State, that just happens to be Perry's Texas, making it something of an anti-California icon. I don't know how much credit he can take for this fact, or how this fact could even be a fact with all the "non-conservative" taxing and spending his opponents say he does.

jay


" never said that, Troll. I said I was a member of the Tribe. You are ignorant of Indian Tribal customs and rules, like most White-eyes.

Posted by: LongRifle | June 23, 2011 at 11:38 AM

Then, i appologize for the mistake. I was thinking that you said you are part Chippewa.
But, the fact remains that when you mentioned minorities that you feel caused wrong to this country. Blacks, hispanics. you did leave out the Indians.


Longrifle, the douchebagger was fishing for a response. We NON-LIEberal white people call these "well-intentioned" suckups part of the Wannabee Tribe.

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Posted by: Ummahgummah | June 23, 2011 at 12:59 PM

have noticed that conservatives belong to the 'My party lies? no way!" tribe.

I'd be kinda curious to know what a "white-eye" is.

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Posted by: Ummahgummah | June 23, 2011 at 01:15 PM

Those on the memo!

White Eyes, named Koquethagechton (c. 1730–November 1778), was a leader of the Lenape (Delaware) people in the Ohio Country during the era of the American Revolution.

marúawebukwu!


for EVERY household just to pay for BUREAUCRACY........ yeap, tax the rich.

Posted by: thebuckstopshere | June 23, 2011 at 02:58 PM

You must have listened to Donald Trump!

DO NOT FEED THE TROLL DOLLS!


jay

From the 60s early 70s:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1uqNLnEzDLA


Conservatives?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pau8Zf7srlU

Ummahgummah

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DO NOT FEED THE TROLL

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Ummahgummah

I was under the impression that Mitt Obamneycare is a progressive Mormon. This would mean he takes a vow of monogamy. I don't think there's much chance for admirers, including Monica....But then again, if Mitt eventually becomes a god on another planet, all bets are off.

POSTED BY: GRINGOMAN | JUNE 23, 2011 AT 09:26 PM

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Same planet that Sun Ra is on?

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 M/M

I don’t want to hold my nose and vote again–I’ve done that too many times in my lifetime. I’d like to vote and BREATHE EASY that I finally made the best choice for America.

theotherone on June 23, 2011 at 6:29 PM


Posted by: gringoman | June 23, 2011 at 10:26 PM
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NOT HOLDING MY NOSE. McCain managed to get me to vote for him but NO WAY would I vote for some of the RINOs out there.

Ummahgummah

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You know.. Space is the Place.

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Ummahgummah

Question: Of the following, who would use that anti-pc zinger on air, and who would not?

Limbaugh
Hannity
Mark Levin
O'Reilly
Crowley
Coulter
Imus
JOhn Batchelor
Glenn Beck
Crummy
Lou Dobbs
Jon Epstein Stuart
Steve Malzburg
(additional?)

POSTED BY: GRINGOMAN | JUNE 23, 2011 AT 09:34 PM

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Savage

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gringoman

News from the front. This morning the word is that they expect to pass the gay marriage bill and crawl out of town, but they are getting pounded.

Here is the latest on Senator Ball:
http://blog.timesunion.com/capitol/archives/72345/ball-im-a-no/

CHECK OUT THIS VIDEO. The opposition is in the Capital and in the Senators faces. They are surprised to see Tea Party and non religious people siding with the churches.
http://blog.timesunion.com/capitol/archives/72349/video-vote-yes-vs-vote-no/

Posted by: M/M | June 23, 2011 at 09:42 PM

Let them know that we who are not of the Church nevertheless stand solidly with the Church against billionaire-funded Pink Fascism, which manipulates the state and its legalism to get what the people won't grant. The Church understands that US society is under attack with a smoke screen of "civil rights" and victimology co-opted from blacks without black permission. We understand that too.

gringoman

Democrats applauding Perry’s Texas DREAM act:

The quality of Texas’ future will be determined by our state’s ability to educate the next generation of students. Fortunately, Texas has enacted important legislation that recognizes the contributions of all students. It’s now time for Congress to follow suit.

Perry’s typical evasive slippery slope forked tongued response?

We can have a conversation, but until it can be implemented effectively we need to address border security and both of those responsibilities lie with the federal government.”

Hey dude….you slimy idiot…

Pssstt…: “If you take away the magnet that is welfare for students it would go a long way towards discouraging the inflow of illegals…er I mean undocumented workers from spending their life savings to circumvent even the toughest border security protocol…!!”

Question:
Does everybody comprehend that these moron politicians’ favorite straw man excuse “if only we would secure the border” is an excuse for NOT setting up the “bait” of student welfare, health care welfare, etc. etc…

Rick Perry is cut out of the same cloth of “RINO-I-don’t-recognize-my-own-shadow” politician as is the next one.

DO.

NOT.

BE.

BETRAYED.

Mcguyver on June 23, 2011 at 3:21 PM

DJ

Not only was Rick Perry campaign chairman for Al Gore in Texas, he was a male cheerleader in his college days.

A MALE CHEERLEADER! LOL

Could it be the Purple Hand pullith his strings?

 M/M

Let them know that we who are not of the Church nevertheless stand solidly with the Church against billionaire-funded Pink Fascism, which manipulates the state and its legalism to get what the people won't grant. The Church understands that US society is under attack with a smoke screen of "civil rights" and victimology co-opted from blacks without black permission. We understand that too.

Posted by: gringoman | June 23, 2011 at 10:54 PM
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Thanks Gringoman. How sweet. I'll tell them.

thebuckstopshere

many pundits are saying repeatedly, it's the economy stupid & that unemployment stat is going to weigh very heavy in 2012............I'll state it again, the Texas employment, economy & the percentage of those from every other state in the Union that are migrating there would be pretty hard to beat.......& in my opinion none of the McRinos can even come close those stats........& because I PERSONALLY think it should be about JOBS, I think I could back Perry...........

NO PERVS 2012

LongRifle

I always romantized the 60s. I had no idea what half these movements were really about.

Posted by: M/M | June 23, 2011 at 08:35 PM

They say if you can remember the 60's, you weren't there...


I PERSONALLY think it should be about JOBS, I think I could back Perry...........

NO PERVS 2012

Posted by: thebuckstopshere | June 24, 2011 at 01:01

Me too.

 M/M

They say if you can remember the 60's, you weren't there...
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I wasn't there.


xbjllb

I can remember the 60's clearly, and I was there.

Not everyone does drugs or drinks their brain to death.

DJ

........& because I PERSONALLY think it should be about JOBS, I think I could back Perry...........

NO PERVS 2012

Posted by: thebuckstopshere | June 24, 2011 at 01:01 AM

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Buck,

Texas' economy is relatively healthy in spite of Perry, not because of him.

http://endoftheamericandream.com/archives/14-reasons-why-rick-perry-would-be-a-really-really-bad-president

Re jobs: Job creation will remain stagnant in America until the American workers accept wages low enough so as to compete with foreign workers. The globalisation of the economy is a reality and it ain't goin' nowhere.

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