Ah, not all Liberals are Libtards! In fact most Liberals are not Libtards. You are a Libtard because you can not comprehend what you read.<quoted text>
Saw that clip of Tim's restaurant on NBC last night. Touching indeed, and what parents Tim has!
Now Rogue, do you realise, every time you use the word "Libtards" (Rogue tm reg'd) like you just did up there, that you do not so much as demean and insult liberals, but rather, you demean and insult people like Tim, as we must assume that being retarded is a bad and shameful thing.
Bravo, Rogue. Should you ever visit Tim's restaurant, will you ever tag a liberal as a "libtard" in front of Tim, his parents and his appreciative customers?
Oh, it has been a few days ago where "I" posted the story about Tim's restaurant on this forum. Not to make fun of him but to show you what an up spirited person can be. Libtards are pessimistic people who blame all the problems on evil Republicans even people like Richard Nixon who was a Progressive and who advanced the progressive agenda.
By the way, I met Truett Cathy twice. He is 91 y/o these days so he would have been about 70 back then and he is a typical Southern gentleman who cares about his customers.
And twenty years ago he use to drive a white Lincoln Continental Mark VII. And Colon Powell was driving a faded light blue, ten year old Buick station wagon!
Oh, very seldom does military housing have garages. At Fort Sill, OK my parents lived on Upton Circle and all the houses where built in the 1880's and they had a carriage house that was to small for their car. And the military houses on Staff Row at Fort McPherson, GA where also built in the 1890's
The house the Powell's lived in had a wheel chair ramp as that was the house FDR use to use!!!
Quarters 10 is the centerpiece of Staff Row. Completed in 1892, the three-story home has 12-foot (3.7 m)-high ceilings on the first floor, 11-foot (3.4 m)-high ceilings on the second, and semicircular front windows in the turret. In 1925, Gen. Douglas MacArthur was assigned to Fort McPherson as post commander. Since his wife refused to live in the quarters, they rented an apartment downtown near the Fox Theatre. The MacArthurs left after having spent 89 days at Fort McPherson, when he was reassigned to Baltimore. A sleeping porch was added to the back of the quarters in 1935 for President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s visits while he was en route to Warm Springs, Georgia.