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Last one for LRS, and too bad you can't have this one deleted :

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Somehow, and because of their foul and profane language, all Lollollol posts have been removed. But hey, they will not remove mine, which included your admittance that you were lollollol. Here :(AND READ LAST SENTENCE) I have more. And location WAS CA

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And you should stay out of American politics you freakishly obsessive American want to be socialist propaganda spreading tool!
Go tap a tree for some maple or ice fishing! That's all you useless Canadians are good for!
Aren't you glad I'm back to call you on all your crup?
Oh, and don't shite your snow pants, but yes I'm using another name!
Lol!
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1. See my post, the first one;
2. See yours, the second one. Liar's confession;
3. Your last sentence, hereby capitalized by yours truly : "OH, AND DON'T SHITE YOUR SNOW PANTS, BUT YES I'M USING ANOTHER NAME"

Case closed. Crawl back under your slimy rock. How you suck.
Jacques - as I stated at the time - I remain convinced that Romper is far too ignorant to come up with a second moniker, much less change his indicated location

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Jacques - as I stated at the time - I remain convinced that Romper is far too ignorant to come up with a second moniker, much less change his indicated location
Someone obviously did it for him. You're right, of course, as he wrote that one has to change locations if one travels. So far, we've had Louisiana, CA, Florida and Arizona. He changes monikers like he changes shirts.

What is fishy here is that ALL lollollol posts have disappeared, even the "clean" and non-profane ones, the latter being rareties. But the language used by Lollollol is like fingerprints, as it is all LRS. Profane, filthy, boorish but mostly Moe-like dumb. Well, I can't find lollollos's posts anywhere and there are spaces in the numbering of posts. Can you see them? They would be situated between pages 6656 and 6660. Would the disgusting airboat Cletus have a contact at Topix? Luckily, I guess he can't have mine deleted and I was therefore able to point out his lies and fabrications by reproducing our exchanges.
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<quoted text>Someone obviously did it for him. You're right, of course, as he wrote that one has to change locations if one travels. So far, we've had Louisiana, CA, Florida and Arizona. He changes monikers like he changes shirts.

What is fishy here is that ALL lollollol posts have disappeared, even the "clean" and non-profane ones, the latter being rareties. But the language used by Lollollol is like fingerprints, as it is all LRS. Profane, filthy, boorish but mostly Moe-like dumb. Well, I can't find lollollos's posts anywhere and there are spaces in the numbering of posts. Can you see them? They would be situated between pages 6656 and 6660. Would the disgusting airboat Cletus have a contact at Topix? Luckily, I guess he can't have mine deleted and I was therefore able to point out his lies and fabrications by reproducing our exchanges.
I believe that you will find that lollollol is / was the Klown from Kelsyville who Poppo affectionately refers to as "CMor" -(shortened from "Concerned Moron" - one of his many previous monikers). CMor was pasting nonsense and filth all over this thread long before Romper's Mom got indoor plumbing for the trailer - much less a computer for her little boy. I have no doubt that Romper "lernt" many of his "skilz" by observing the likes of CMor, Skidmark and Tacky - hence the obvious and unflattering similarities (it is frightening how much "all Birfoons look alike")

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Maj. Gen. Paul Vallely: Obama's Forged Birth Certificate & Multiple Social Security Numbers
http://www.youtube.com/watch...

Election Official Pleads Guilty In Obama Petition-Forging Scandal
http://www.youtube.com/watch...

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I moved from Indiana to Pasadena GB where Jackie Robinson is a household name. And lived there til I sold my house and moved to Mo Val. Pasadena has a Jackie Robinson Center right there on Fair Oaks that has about every community service available. Sort of like what ACORN did. Hope Fox news don’t get wind of it. LOL
You do know that Jackie Robinson's middle name is "Roosevelt" and he was named after the REPUBLICAN Pres. Teddy Roosevelt? And that he, himself, was a Republican!
Jackie Robinson, Republican
by Larry M. Elkin, CPA, CFP

Jackie Robinson “was a complicated, multifaceted man,” movie reviewer Dana Jennings wrote in last Sunday’s New York Times. One of the things Jennings found “complicated” was Robinson’s loyalty to the Republican Party and his support for Richard Nixon in the 1960 presidential race.
Actually, it isn’t complicated at all.
Black Americans had plenty of reasons to vote Republican in 1960. One of the biggest was that throughout the South, where few blacks were permitted to vote at all, the people blocking their path to the ballot were Democrats. White Southerners had been solidly Democratic since the end of Reconstruction. Southern blacks traditionally favored the party of Abraham Lincoln, but they could not act on their beliefs.
http://www.palisadeshudson.com/2013/04/jackie...
And that the Jackie Robinson Center was built in 1974, two years AFTER he died? Isn't it odd that Liberal blacks will gather around a famous black person and then claim that that black person was a Liberal Democrat.
Yes, And both Dr. Martin Luther King Sr. and Jr. were REPUBLICANs too!!!

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List of African-American Republicans
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The following is a list of African-American Republicans, past and present. This list is limited to black Americans who have worked in a direct, professional capacity in politics.

Claude Allen, former White House Domestic Policy Advisor
Renee Amoore, health care advocate & founder and president of The Amoore Group, Inc.; former candidate for Republican National Committee Co-Chairwoman
Caesar Antoine, 13th Lieutenant Governor of Louisiana

J. Kenneth Blackwell, former Secretary of State of Ohio, former gubernatorial candidate
Michelle Bernard, journalist, author, columnist
Lynette Boggs, former Las Vegas City Councilwoman, former Clark County, NV commissioner, former candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives
Peter Boulware, former NFL linebacker and Republican candidate for the Florida House of Representatives, District 9.
Jennette Bradley, former Treasurer of the State of Ohio
Randy Brock, former State Auditor of Vermont, current State Senator of Vermont
Stephen Broden, conservative commentator, Life Always board member (a pro-life organization) and evangelical pastor, 2010 Congressional candidate
Edward Brooke, former U.S. Senator from Massachusetts, first African American elected by popular vote to the U.S. Senate
Janice Rogers Brown, a federal judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals
Blanche Bruce, former U.S. Senator from Mississippi, first African American to serve a full term in the U.S. Senate
Keith Butler, Republican national committeeman from Michigan, former councilman for Detroit, minister and former U.S. Senatorial candidate

Herman Cain
Herman Cain, businessman, media personality, and former candidate for President of the United States in 2012.
Jennifer Carroll, Lieutenant Governor of Florida[1]
Ron Christie, former advisor to Vice-President Dick Cheney
Octavius Valentine Catto, civil rights activist and African American baseball pioneer
Henry P. Cheatham, former U.S. Representative from North Carolina
Eldridge Cleaver, author and civil rights leader
William Thaddeus Coleman, Jr., fourth United States Secretary of Transportation, first African American Supreme Court Clerk
Ward Connerly, political activist, businessman, and former University of California Regent
Norris Wright Cuney, Chairman of the Texas Republican Party (1886-1896)

Frederick Douglass
Randy Daniels, former Secretary of State of New York, 2006 Gubernatorial candidate
Artur Davis, former Democratic Alabama Congressman, speaker at 2012 Republican National Convention, potential Republican candidate
Oscar Stanton de Priest, former U.S. Representative from Illinois
Robert DeLarge, South Carolina congressman
Frederick Douglass, abolitionist, editor, orator, author, and statesman
Oscar Dunn, 11th Lieutenant Governor of Louisiana
Edward Duplex, Mayor of Wheatland, California (1888)

Larry Elder, talk radio host and commentator
Robert Brown Elliott, former U.S. Representative from South Carolina
Melvin H. Evans, former U.S. Representative from, and former Governor of, the U.S. Virgin Islands

James L. Farmer, Jr., civil rights leader
Michel Faulkner, pastor, former defensive lineman for the New York Jets, a 2010 nominee for New York's 15th congressional district
Arthur Fletcher, official in the administrations of Presidents Nixon, Ford, Reagan, and George H.W. Bush; considered the "father of affirmative action"
Gary Franks, former U.S. Representative from Connecticut
Ryan Frazier, Aurora City Councilman, 2010 nominee for Colorado's 7th congressional district
Samuel B. Fuller, founder and president of the Fuller Products Company, publisher of the New York Age and Pittsburgh Courier, head of the South Side Chicago NAACP, president of the National Negro Business League, and a prominent black Republican
Virginia Fuller, 2010 and 2012 Congressional Candidate

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Joseph C. Phillips, actor, columnist, commentator
Pio Pico, last governor of Mexican California. Formed the Republican Party in California.
Samuel Pierce, former HUD Secretary
P. B. S. Pinchback, twenty-fourth governor of Louisiana; first African-American governor of a U.S. state

Joseph H. Rainey, former U.S. Representative from South Carolina, first African American to serve in the U.S. House of Representatives
James T. Rapier, former U.S. Representative from Alabama
Hiram Rhodes Revels, former U.S. Senator from Mississippi, first African American to serve in the U.S. Senate
Condoleezza Rice, 66th United States Secretary of State
Jack E. Robinson III, former party nominee for U.S. House, U.S. Senate, and Secretary of the Commonwealth in Massachusetts
Vernon Robinson, former candidate for U.S. House of Representatives from North Carolina
Joe Rogers, former Lieutenant Governor of Colorado, youngest Lieutenant Governor in Colorado history
Carson Ross Mayor of Blue Springs, MO, Fmr. Missouri State Rep
Jackie Robinson, baseball player (changed parties after Goldwater nomination).

Michael Steele, 64th Chairman of the Republican National Committee
Paul H. Scott, Michigan State Representative
Tim Scott. former Representative, South Carolina's 1st Congressional District, Senator (Appointed 2013)
Marvin Scott. Congressional Candidate
Winsome Sears. Former member of the Virginia House of Delegates, 2004 Congressional Candidate
Robert Smalls, South Carolina
Joshua I. Smith, appointed commissioner of Minority Business Development by President George H. W. Bush
Princella Smith, 2010 Congressional Candidate, She PAC member
DeForest "Buster" Soaries, former New Jersey Secretary of State
Thomas Sowell, economist, writer and commentator
Michael S. Steele, political commentator, former Lieutenant Governor of Maryland, former candidate for the U.S. Senate and elected chairman of the Republican National Committee
Shelby Steele, author
Thomas Stith, III, former member of the city council of Durham, North Carolina, 2004 Candidate for Lieutenant Governor, 2007 mayoral candidate for Durham, North Carolina
Lynn Swann, former NFL player, former Pennsylvania gubernatorial candidate

Clarence Thomas, Associate Supreme Court Justice
Sojourner Truth
Noel C. Taylor, mayor of Roanoke, Virginia from 1975 to 1992
Clarence Thomas, associate justice of the United States Supreme Court
Thurman Thomas, former Buffalo Bill, Republican activist, supported and campaigned for 2010 New York Republican Gubernatorial nominee Carl Paladino
Sojourner Truth, abolitionist speaker and suffrage advocate
Harriet Tubman, abolitionist speaker and suffrage advocate
Benjamin S. Turner, Alabama Congressman
David Tyree, former New York Giant, anti-same-sex marriage advocate

James L. Usry, former mayor of Atlantic City, New Jersey

William T. Vernon, Register of the Treasury under President Theodore Roosevelt

Dale Wainwright, Associate Justice of the Texas Supreme Court
Tara Wall, journalist, commentator, media strategist
Eric Wallace (entrepreneur), pastor, entrepreneur, serves on the African American Advisory Board for the Republican National Committee
Josiah Walls, former U.S. Representative from Florida, and one of the first African-Americans to serve in the U.S. House
Booker T. Washington, educator and activist
Maurice Washington, Nevada State Senator
J. C. Watts, former U.S. Representative from Oklahoma
Ida B. Wells, civil rights advocate, co-founder of the NAACP
Allen West, former U.S. Representative from Florida
J. Ernest Wilkins, Sr., Assistant Secretary of Labor under President Eisenhower
Armstrong Williams, radio and television commentator
Michael L. Williams, Texas Railroad Commissioner
Walter E. Williams, author, commentator, economist
Vern Williams, member of the National Mathematics Advisory Panel
Barb Davis White, 2010 Congressional Candidate

William F. Yardley, anti-segregation advocate, first African American candidate for governor of Tennessee (1876)
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Maj. Gen. Paul Vallely: Obama's Forged Birth Certificate & Multiple Social Security Numbers
http://www.youtube.com/watch...

Election Official Pleads Guilty In Obama Petition-Forging Scandal
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
More blather from another moron

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<quoted text>I dont think Rockefeller would touch todays GOP with a barge pole not that it would matter because they would dismiss him as a Socialist leaning RINO anyway.
Just in case you do knot no, the RINO's have been in charge of the RNC ever since Newt Gingrich was forced from power.
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Joseph C. Phillips, actor, columnist, commentator
Pio Pico, last governor of Mexican California. Formed the Republican Party in California.
Samuel Pierce, former HUD Secretary
P. B. S. Pinchback, twenty-fourth governor of Louisiana; first African-American governor of a U.S. state

Joseph H. Rainey, former U.S. Representative from South Carolina, first African American to serve in the U.S. House of Representatives
James T. Rapier, former U.S. Representative from Alabama
Hiram Rhodes Revels, former U.S. Senator from Mississippi, first African American to serve in the U.S. Senate
Condoleezza Rice, 66th United States Secretary of State
Jack E. Robinson III, former party nominee for U.S. House, U.S. Senate, and Secretary of the Commonwealth in Massachusetts
Vernon Robinson, former candidate for U.S. House of Representatives from North Carolina
Joe Rogers, former Lieutenant Governor of Colorado, youngest Lieutenant Governor in Colorado history
Carson Ross Mayor of Blue Springs, MO, Fmr. Missouri State Rep
Jackie Robinson, baseball player (changed parties after Goldwater nomination).

Michael Steele, 64th Chairman of the Republican National Committee
Paul H. Scott, Michigan State Representative
Tim Scott. former Representative, South Carolina's 1st Congressional District, Senator (Appointed 2013)
Marvin Scott. Congressional Candidate
Winsome Sears. Former member of the Virginia House of Delegates, 2004 Congressional Candidate
Robert Smalls, South Carolina
Joshua I. Smith, appointed commissioner of Minority Business Development by President George H. W. Bush
Princella Smith, 2010 Congressional Candidate, She PAC member

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Dale Wainwright, Associate Justice of the Texas Supreme Court
Tara Wall, journalist, commentator, media strategist
Eric Wallace (entrepreneur), pastor, entrepreneur, serves on the African American Advisory Board for the Republican National Committee
Josiah Walls, former U.S. Representative from Florida, and one of the first African-Americans to serve in the U.S. House
Booker T. Washington, educator and activist
Maurice Washington, Nevada State Senator
J. C. Watts, former U.S. Representative from Oklahoma
Ida B. Wells, civil rights advocate, co-founder of the NAACP
Allen West, former U.S. Representative from Florida
J. Ernest Wilkins, Sr., Assistant Secretary of Labor under President Eisenhower
Armstrong Williams, radio and television commentator
Michael L. Williams, Texas Railroad Commissioner
Walter E. Williams, author, commentator, economist
Vern Williams, member of the National Mathematics Advisory Panel
Barb Davis White, 2010 Congressional Candidate

William F. Yardley, anti-segregation advocate, first African American candidate for governor of Tennessee (1876)
Psssst. Your obsession is showing (again)

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List of African-American Republicans
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The following is a list of African-American Republicans, past and present.This list is limited to black Americans who have worked in a direct, professional capacity in politics.
Claude Allen, former White House Domestic Policy Advisor
Renee Amoore, health care advocate & founder and president of The Amoore Group, Inc.; former candidate for Republican National Committee Co-Chairwoman
Caesar Antoine, 13th Lieutenant Governor of Louisiana
J. Kenneth Blackwell, former Secretary of State of Ohio, former gubernatorial candidate
Michelle Bernard, journalist, author, columnist
Lynette Boggs, former Las Vegas City Councilwoman, former Clark County, NV commissioner, former candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives
Stephen Broden, conservative commentator, Life Always board member (a pro-life organization) and evangelical pastor, 2010 Congressional candidate
Edward Brooke, former U.S. Senator from Massachusetts, first African American elected by popular vote to the U.S. Senate
Janice Rogers Brown, a federal judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals
Blanche Bruce, former U.S. Senator from Mississippi, first African American to serve a full term in the U.S. Senate
Keith Butler, Republican national committeeman from Michigan, former councilman for Detroit, minister and former U.S. Senatorial candidate
Herman Cain
Herman Cain, businessman, media personality, and former candidate for President of the United States in 2012.
Jennifer Carroll, Lieutenant Governor of Florida[1]
Ron Christie, former advisor to Vice-President Dick Cheney
Octavius Valentine Catto, civil rights activist and African American baseball pioneer
Henry P. Cheatham, former U.S. Representative from North Carolina
Eldridge Cleaver, author and civil rights leader
William Thaddeus Coleman, Jr., fourth United States Secretary of Transportation, first African American Supreme Court Clerk
Ward Connerly, political activist, businessman, and former University of California Regent
Norris Wright Cuney, Chairman of the Texas Republican Party (1886-1896)
Frederick Douglass
Randy Daniels, former Secretary of State of New York, 2006 Gubernatorial candidate
Artur Davis, former Democratic Alabama Congressman, speaker at 2012 Republican National Convention, potential Republican candidate
Oscar Stanton de Priest, former U.S. Representative from Illinois
Robert DeLarge, South Carolina congressman
Frederick Douglass, abolitionist, editor, orator, author, and statesman
Oscar Dunn, 11th Lieutenant Governor of Louisiana
Edward Duplex, Mayor of Wheatland, California (1888)
Larry Elder, talk radio host and commentator
Robert Brown Elliott, former U.S. Representative from South Carolina
Melvin H. Evans, former U.S. Representative from, and former Governor of, the U.S. Virgin Islands
James L. Farmer, Jr., civil rights leader
Michel Faulkner, pastor, former defensive lineman for the New York Jets, a 2010 nominee for New York's 15th congressional district
Arthur Fletcher, official in the administrations of Presidents Nixon, Ford, Reagan, and George H.W. Bush; considered the "father of affirmative action"
Gary Franks, former U.S. Representative from Connecticut
Ryan Frazier, Aurora City Councilman, 2010 nominee for Colorado's 7th congressional district
Samuel B. Fuller, founder and president of the Fuller Products Company, publisher of the New York Age and Pittsburgh Courier, head of the South Side Chicago NAACP, president of the National Negro Business League, and a prominent black Republican
Virginia Fuller, 2010 and 2012 Congressional Candidate
Why this list? You wanna bet a dem list would be 10 times the lenght of yours? And how does your list translate into 90% of blacks voting for Obama? P§: Had to remove a few lines of your post, sorry, otherwise I'm over the 400-character limit. Should make no difference, we "get" your message and it's totally without merit.

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This week: Five things that keep Obama awake at night
Obama’s second-term strategy:
*The perpetual campaign.
*Perils of Obamacare implementation.
*Democrats tap into unpredictable cultural issues
*House and Senate maps tilt the playing field toward Republicans.
*In 2014, can Democrats win without Obama on the ballot?
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Are you crazy? Do you realise not one of those questions makes any sense, plus, they are all irrelevant?
http://www.youtube.com/watch... do only the fifth point was a question, don't you?
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www.facebook.com/BostonMaratho nTragedySupport is the page to like. It's for a good cause. That's all
Yes, I did get an email from my pseudo-conservative younger brother. He and his wife had dinner in that area the night before but yesterday they both had to work.
Yep, I guess buy Massachusetts's standards he is a conservative! He owns a pizzeria in Bridgewater and caters to the college students.
He did work for Berkshire Hathaway for about twenty years until they downsized a few years ago and when he could not find work, he bought the pizzeria.

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You do know that Jackie Robinson's middle name is "Roosevelt" and he was named after the REPUBLICAN Pres. Teddy Roosevelt? And that he, himself, was a Republican!
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And that the Jackie Robinson Center was built in 1974, two years AFTER he died? Isn't it odd that Liberal blacks will gather around a famous black person and then claim that that black person was a Liberal Democrat.
Yes, And both Dr. Martin Luther King Sr. and Jr. were REPUBLICANs too!!!
Do you REALLY believe that Jackie Robinson, that wonderful courageous intelligent talented man and baseball great would associate with today's Republicans? You think he'd pal around with the likes of birthers, Tea partyers, Limbaugh, Trump, Romney, Ryan, Palin omg, the Bush clan, Cheney, Rumsfeld, Perry, Grove, Falwell, Pat Roberstson and so many others? Are you serious? And his multi-diplomaed wife would be today's Republican? Dream on.

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I believe that you will find that lollollol is / was the Klown from Kelsyville who Poppo affectionately refers to as "CMor" -(shortened from "Concerned Moron" - one of his many previous monikers). CMor was pasting nonsense and filth all over this thread long before Romper's Mom got indoor plumbing for the trailer - much less a computer for her little boy. I have no doubt that Romper "lernt" many of his "skilz" by observing the likes of CMor, Skidmark and Tacky - hence the obvious and unflattering similarities (it is frightening how much "all Birfoons look alike")
...because they are practically the same person?

Very perspicacious post.

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Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
This week: Five things that keep Obama awake at night
Obama’s second-term strategy:
*The perpetual campaign.
*Perils of Obamacare implementation.
*Democrats tap into unpredictable cultural issues
*House and Senate maps tilt the playing field toward Republicans.
*In 2014, can Democrats win without Obama on the ballot?
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http://www.youtube.com/watch... do only the fifth point was a question, don't you?
Although that last sentence of yours makes no sense, neither is mine correct in saying they were questions. Okay, 4 points and one question that make no sense what is so ever. Better?
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You do know that Jackie Robinson's middle name is "Roosevelt" and he was named after the REPUBLICAN Pres. Teddy Roosevelt? And that he, himself, was a Republican!
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And that the Jackie Robinson Center was built in 1974, two years AFTER he died? Isn't it odd that Liberal blacks will gather around a famous black person and then claim that that black person was a Liberal Democrat.
Yes, And both Dr. Martin Luther King Sr. and Jr. were REPUBLICANs too!!!
Well, Teddy Roosevelt, the great trust-buster, the great environmentalist, the president who passed the Pure Food and Drug Act and the Meat Inspection Act, was hardly a CONSERVATIVE Republican.

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www.facebook.com/BostonMaratho nTragedySupport is the page to like. It's for a good cause. That's all
Be Careful where you donate your money. This may not be a real charity.

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You do know that Jackie Robinson's middle name is "Roosevelt" and he was named after the REPUBLICAN Pres. Teddy Roosevelt? And that he, himself, was a Republican!
<quoted text>
And that the Jackie Robinson Center was built in 1974, two years AFTER he died? Isn't it odd that Liberal blacks will gather around a famous black person and then claim that that black person was a Liberal Democrat.
Yes, And both Dr. Martin Luther King Sr. and Jr. were REPUBLICANs too!!!
Ellen1 wrote:
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Well, Teddy Roosevelt, the great trust-buster, the great environmentalist, the president who passed the Pure Food and Drug Act and the Meat Inspection Act, was hardly a CONSERVATIVE Republican.
Yes, he was a great hunter and a taxidermist too. When he returned from a bear hunt without a bear, someone sent him a toy stuffed bear. And that is how we have the Teddy Bear today!!!
I wonder how many polar bears he shot?
Oh, I do know he was no conservative. But when he ran as a Bull Moose, he took the election away from Taft so a really Progressive, Woodrow Wilson, won the election. Yep, Wilson won with just 41.8% of the popular vote!!!

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