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gp org

Brooklyn, NY

#166221 Aug 2, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Yep, times are tough out there for our black folks who not only are trying to find work in the Great Recession but they also have to compete with the undocumented workers.
Yep, Obama has sold out black American citizens to illegal aliens!
Bad News for Blacks; Country’s Financial Picture Spells Their Doom
By Jerry McConnell, August 2, 2013
The average person in the United States might think that Obama would be frantic and worried to a frazzle over the current national fiscal status and its dire outlook for the futures of the blacks of America. But does Barack Hussein Obama look or act worried and downtrodden in his daily cavorts around the country or even the world?
If you said “No” you would be absolutely correct. Things are working out fiscally perfect and just the way he, or I should say, his mentors in the U. N. have planned them. The deeper in debt the blacks are the more indebted they will become to this phony tin-horn dictator who is bailing them out with taxpayer’s dollars and reaping the benefits of obsequiousness and poverty without the burden of personal debt or fear of having to pay taxes.
It’s the best of both worlds for Obama; he steals honest taxpaying citizens tax dollars from the U. S. Treasury with no fear of impunity or even repayment. Thus his quasi legal acts of theft are also of no danger to his standings in the free world and they reap the huge benefits of gaining millions of ballot box advantage votes from a downtrodden segment of the population that is happy doing nothing but place an “X” in the box adjacent to the names of Democrats, Obama in particular, on the ballot for public office.
http://canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/...
No tears for Reagan
June 8, 2004 / http://tinyurl.com/558r6l
Excuse me if I don’t shed any tears over the passing of former President Ronald Reagan. While the news of the 40th president’s death brought on a flood of sentimentality over the nation’s media this past weekend, I could not help but recall what the Reagan presidency really meant for Black Americans. Similar to what occurred upon the death of Richard Nixon, amnesia has set upon journalists as they recall Reagan’s era; choosing to indulge in idol worship rather than serious reflection on the former president’s policies.
http://www.blackamericatoday.com/article.cfm...

Ronald Reagan: The Great White Redeemer
http://tinyurl.com/6jljhm / June 10 2004
Only 12 years elapsed between the glorious military victory over the Confederate Slave States in 1865 and the definitive defeat of Reconstruction in 1877. In many important respects, the Reconstruction period was even briefer than that. By 1870, when the last of the southern states ratified the 15th Amendment to the Constitution, Tennessee had already rejected biracial democracy and installed an all-white “Redeemer” government.“Redemption” then swept through Georgia, North Carolina and Virginia.
http://www.blackcommentator.com/94/94_cover_r...

Reagan's heart of darkness
June 9, 2004 / http://tinyurl.com/28ytj
PRESIDENT Bush proclaimed: "Ronald Reagan believed that God takes the side of justice and that America has a special calling to oppose tyranny and defend freedom." In the first three days of news reports on the death of the former president, not a single major American newspaper, television station, or politician has dared to exhume this counterpoint to the Reagan's legacy: "Immoral, evil, and totally un-Christian."
http://www.boston.com/news/globe/editorial_op...
gp org

Brooklyn, NY

#166222 Aug 2, 2013
Reagan, White As Snow
http://tinyurl.com/6lujee
Last week, as we’ve heard, the Republican presidential candidates praised the name and heritage of Ronald Reagan 40 times during the televised Show and Tell at the Reagan Presidential Library. That none of them mentioned Reagan’s legacy of white supremacy and support for apartheid is a little like invoking Jefferson Davis and not mentioning treason or slavery. Actually, a lot like it.
Ronald Reagan was a white supremacist to his very core, and left enough traces over his lengthy political career so that it’s evident for anyone who cares to look—which apparently few do.
Domestically, he opposed every legislative remedy for African Americans, betraying a meanness of spirit and an open racism. As Sidney Blumenthal wrote in The Guardian in 2003:/ http://www.tompaine.com/articles/2007/05/08/r...

Trent Lott, Ronald Reagan and Republican Racism
Dec. 14, 2002 / http://tinyurl.com/d9w75
Southern Strategy: The race question has haunted Reagan and the GOP for decades
The same could be said, of course, about such Republican heroes as, Barry Goldwater, Richard Nixon or George Bush the elder, all of whom used coded racial messages to lure disaffected blue collar and Southern white voters away from the Democrats. Yet it's with Reagan, who set a standard for exploiting white anger and resentment rarely seen since George Wallace stood in the schoolhouse door, that the Republican's selective memory about its race-baiting habit really stands out.
http://www.time.com/time/nation/article/0,859...
gp org

Brooklyn, NY

#166224 Aug 2, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
To you toad stools from the Green Party, anyone not a socialist, is a radical right-winger!!!
Are you out of your mind?

Are these British Generals all liberals?

I THINK NOT!

=========

Ret. U.K. Army Head Slams U.S. Iraq Policy
Calls Invasion Planners "Intellectually Bankrupt," Says Washington Relies Too Heavily On Military / LONDON, Sept. 1, 2007 http://tinyurl.com/28wslj
(CBS/AP) The head of the British army during the Iraq invasion described former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld's approach as "intellectually bankrupt," according to comments published Saturday.

Gen. Sir Mike Jackson, who retired in August 2006 as chief of the general staff, said Rumsfeld was "one of those most responsible for the current situation in Iraq," in excerpts from an autobiography, "Soldier," that were published by The Daily Telegraph.

He writes that Rumsfeld refused to deploy enough troops following the collapse of Saddam Hussein's regime to maintain law and order, and rejected the State Department's plans for post-invasion administration of the country. Jackson is also critical of President Bush for handing control of post-invasion Iraq to the Pentagon. "All the planning carried out by the State Department went to waste," he writes.
For Rumsfeld and his supporters "it was an ideological article of faith that the coalition soldiers would be accepted as a liberating army," Jackson wrote.
http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2007/09/01/wor...

Brigadier Nigel R.F. Aylwin-Foster, British Army
U.S. Army Transformation needs to focus less on warfighting and more on developing a genuinely adaptive workforce. Dec. 2005 - Jan. 2006
http://usacac.army.mil/CAC2/MilitaryReview/Ar...

2nd Retired British General Slams US
September 2, 2007 http://tinyurl.com/2bjqwk
Then-deputy British General Tim Cross, right, seen with Retired U.S. Lt. General Jay Garner in 2003, slammed the U.S. on Iraq a day after criticism made by the general who led the British army during the invasion.

LONDON - A second retired British general slammed the United States over its Iraq policy, saying in a newspaper interview published Sunday that it had been "fatally flawed."

Maj. Gen. Tim Cross, the most senior British officer involved in the postwar planning, said he had raised serious concerns about the possibility of Iraq falling into chaos but said former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld dismissed the warnings.

"Right from the very beginning we were all very concerned about the lack of detail that had gone into the postwar plan and there is no doubt that Rumsfeld was at the heart of that process," Cross said in the Sunday Mirror newspaper.

The comments come a day after the release of critical comments made by the general who led the British army during the Iraq invasion.

Retired Gen. Sir Mike Jackson also singled out Rumsfeld for criticism, saying his approach to the invasion was "intellectually bankrupt," according to quotes excerpted from his autobiography and published by The Daily Telegraph Saturday.
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/20555490/

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#166225 Aug 2, 2013
Learn to Read wrote:
<quoted text>
Explains a lot. I suspect that someone dumped a large barrel of hallucinogens in the water supply up there
Did it hurt your feelings to compare Librarians to Progressives? You both make up only about 5% of the voters, don't you. And you are both likely to throw temper tantrums when you are offended too.

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#166226 Aug 2, 2013
gp org wrote:
<quoted text>
Are you out of your mind?
Are these British Generals all liberals?
I THINK NOT!
=========
Ret. U.K. Army Head Slams U.S. Iraq Policy
Calls Invasion Planners "Intellectually Bankrupt," Says Washington Relies Too Heavily On Military / LONDON, Sept. 1, 2007 http://tinyurl.com/28wslj
(CBS/AP) The head of the British army during the Iraq invasion described former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld's approach as "intellectually bankrupt," according to comments published Saturday.
Gen. Sir Mike Jackson, who retired in August 2006 as chief of the general staff, said Rumsfeld was "one of those most responsible for the current situation in Iraq," in excerpts from an autobiography, "Soldier," that were published by The Daily Telegraph.
He writes that Rumsfeld refused to deploy enough troops following the collapse of Saddam Hussein's regime to maintain law and order, and rejected the State Department's plans for post-invasion administration of the country. Jackson is also critical of President Bush for handing control of post-invasion Iraq to the Pentagon. "All the planning carried out by the State Department went to waste," he writes.
For Rumsfeld and his supporters "it was an ideological article of faith that the coalition soldiers would be accepted as a liberating army," Jackson wrote.
http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2007/09/01/wor...
Brigadier Nigel R.F. Aylwin-Foster, British Army
U.S. Army Transformation needs to focus less on warfighting and more on developing a genuinely adaptive workforce. Dec. 2005 - Jan. 2006
http://usacac.army.mil/CAC2/MilitaryReview/Ar...
2nd Retired British General Slams US
September 2, 2007 http://tinyurl.com/2bjqwk
Then-deputy British General Tim Cross, right, seen with Retired U.S. Lt. General Jay Garner in 2003, slammed the U.S. on Iraq a day after criticism made by the general who led the British army during the invasion.
LONDON - A second retired British general slammed the United States over its Iraq policy, saying in a newspaper interview published Sunday that it had been "fatally flawed."
Maj. Gen. Tim Cross, the most senior British officer involved in the postwar planning, said he had raised serious concerns about the possibility of Iraq falling into chaos but said former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld dismissed the warnings.
"Right from the very beginning we were all very concerned about the lack of detail that had gone into the postwar plan and there is no doubt that Rumsfeld was at the heart of that process," Cross said in the Sunday Mirror newspaper.
The comments come a day after the release of critical comments made by the general who led the British army during the Iraq invasion.
Retired Gen. Sir Mike Jackson also singled out Rumsfeld for criticism, saying his approach to the invasion was "intellectually bankrupt," according to quotes excerpted from his autobiography and published by The Daily Telegraph Saturday.
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/20555490/
Why YES!!! There are Liberals in the British military just like there are in the American military. It is called ...... Poli-Tics.
You do know the definition of poli-tics, don't you? Poli means many and tics are Blood Sucking Insects!
Learn to Read

Scottsburg, IN

#166228 Aug 2, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>Did it hurt your feelings to compare Librarians to Progressives? You both make up only about 5% of the voters, don't you. And you are both likely to throw temper tantrums when you are offended too.
Librarians make up 5 percent of the voters? You'd think our libraries would be better funded

“On Deck”

Since: Aug 08

French Polynesia

#166229 Aug 2, 2013
Jacques,
A government can write, pass and implement any laws it wants.
But when it does so in secret to justify spying on innocent citizens without probable cause and under the color of law, that government ceases to be a government of the people, for the people, and by the people.
The NSA spy scandal is a very serious blow to civil liberties and will dog President Obama for for time eternity.
loose

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#166231 Aug 2, 2013
loose cannon wrote:
Jacques,
A government can write, pass and implement any laws it wants.
But when it does so in secret to justify spying on innocent citizens without probable cause and under the color of law, that government ceases to be a government of the people, for the people, and by the people.
The NSA spy scandal is a very serious blow to civil liberties and will dog President Obama for for time eternity.
loose
I agree with all of the above. But aren't you a tad harsh to Obama? Did he implement the programme? No. Did he continue and expand it? Yes. And for that he deserves reproach. But again, don't focus on your country only. Do you think we don't do it here? We are at the moment building, as I said the other day, a HUGE installation on the outskirts of Ottawa whose sole purpose will be to intercept foreign communications only.(suuuuure) It is double in size to the building we presently now have doing that and which was inaugurated less than 10 years ago. Need for more surveillance? Exactly. You might want to check out France, UK, Germany, Australia, and so many others. And don't forget Russia and your biggest trading partner, China.

Yes, the US spies on its citizens. And it's wrong. But, they are in good, or is that bad, company.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#166232 Aug 2, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
I noticed that you did not rebut even one point in that article. Yep, attack the messenger ..... because you can not attack the message.
I'll rebut it when you give me your source that stated that Germany and Russia backed the invasion of Iraq. Remember, you've said many times that you ALWAYS supply a link. I'm sure you would not lie about that, so please do so.

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#166233 Aug 2, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>Did it hurt your feelings to compare Librarians to Progressives? You both make up only about 5% of the voters, don't you. And you are both likely to throw temper tantrums when you are offended too.
Learn to Read wrote:
<quoted text>
Librarians make up 5 percent of the voters? You'd think our libraries would be better funded
Got me another Libtardian. Got me another Libtardian. You totally ignore my point and go after my Red Herring?
It is obvious that I meant "Libertarians".

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#166234 Aug 2, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
I noticed that you did not rebut even one point in that article. Yep, attack the messenger ..... because you can not attack the message.
Rogue, guess I won't wait for that proof on Russia-Germany backing the invasion of Iraq. Yawn. Sigh.

Instead, I will comment on the canadafreepress.com trash. Re-read it, Rogue, because I believe you only read the "hate" headline, so pleased and excited, you cut and pasted it forthwith without reading the actual article.

There is zilch to rebut, except yes, the messenger. Remember Marshall McLuhan's "the medium is the message?" This fits right in, as to make you understand it better, one could and would say "The messenger is the message". The message gives no numbers, no facts, no sources. It is just a hate editorial that gives no proof of what it advances. Do report one factual passage from this canadafreepress. com garbage, Rogue, I dare you.
Truth Detector

Louisville, KY

#166235 Aug 2, 2013
Poppo wrote:
<quoted text>
I doubt they would let him land his plane in Canada and his big rig is completely out of the question. LOL…… Besides, what would he do without his guns? Nah, he’ll probably lose himself in Alaska.
I will not be sucked into that one LTR. LOL
August 1, 2013
The reasons to doubt that Honolulu was the location of Obama’s birth are all tied to what is missing.
It begins with the absence of any eyewitness, even the women who gave birth at the supposed same time and place. No one remembers him or her even though new mothers in that era stayed in the hospital for many days after giving birth.

No photos of proud mother with newborn. Wouldn’t someone have taken one of an only child with her firstborn? Not even one photo of pregnancy,-the most dramatic event of Ann’s young life. No hospital claiming bragging rights as the place that a unique President, a Hawaiian supposedly, was born. No public hospital admissions log that the public is allowed to examine.
No “half hand written, and half typed” affidavit “vital record” in possession of the H.DoH that anyone has been allowed to examine even though a supposedly real birth certificate image is fully public, nullifying privacy concerns.

No Hawaiian official has ever referred to an original Hawaiian hospital birth certificate for Obama. No Hawaiian official has ever testified under oath as to anything about Obama’s birth record. No Hawaiian official has released a statement that wasn’t couched in carefully written, legally ambiguous language.
Truth Detector

Louisville, KY

#166236 Aug 2, 2013
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh, and before I forget, I'm done exchanging with you. So boring. So uninteresting. So bereft of intellectual content. I much prefer exchanging with LRS, Rogue, GB, Frank, Amnerican Lady et al. They're so much more intelligent and stimulating than boring old you. Bye bye, Learn to Read,(apt name, come to think of it), please say hello to momma for me.
Are you quitting the thread?
Nobody will miss you if you are!
Learn to Read

Scottsburg, IN

#166237 Aug 2, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>Did it hurt your feelings to compare Librarians to Progressives? You both make up only about 5% of the voters, don't you. And you are both likely to throw temper tantrums when you are offended too.

Got me another Libtardian. Got me another Libtardian. You totally ignore my point and go after my Red Herring?
It is obvious that I meant "Libertarians".
Sorry Rouge. As I stated I generally ignore your pastes so i missed any spam you had regarding Libertarians

I can assure you that I find you to be quite disturbed but I am not at all disturbed by your pastes

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#166238 Aug 2, 2013
gp org wrote:
<quoted text>
Are you out of your mind?
Are these British Generals all liberals?
I THINK NOT!
=========
Ret. U.K. Army Head Slams U.S. Iraq Policy
Calls Invasion Planners "Intellectually Bankrupt," Says Washington Relies Too Heavily On Military / LONDON, Sept. 1, 2007 http://tinyurl.com/28wslj
(CBS/AP) The head of the British army during the Iraq invasion described former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld's approach as "intellectually bankrupt," according to comments published Saturday.
Gen. Sir Mike Jackson, who retired in August 2006 as chief of the general staff, said Rumsfeld was "one of those most responsible for the current situation in Iraq," in excerpts from an autobiography, "Soldier," that were published by The Daily Telegraph.
He writes that Rumsfeld refused to deploy enough troops following the collapse of Saddam Hussein's regime to maintain law and order, and rejected the State Department's plans for post-invasion administration of the country. Jackson is also critical of President Bush for handing control of post-invasion Iraq to the Pentagon. "All the planning carried out by the State Department went to waste," he writes.
For Rumsfeld and his supporters "it was an ideological article of faith that the coalition soldiers would be accepted as a liberating army," Jackson wrote.
http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2007/09/01/wor...
Brigadier Nigel R.F. Aylwin-Foster, British Army
U.S. Army Transformation needs to focus less on warfighting and more on developing a genuinely adaptive workforce. Dec. 2005 - Jan. 2006
http://usacac.army.mil/CAC2/MilitaryReview/Ar...
2nd Retired British General Slams US
September 2, 2007 http://tinyurl.com/2bjqwk
Then-deputy British General Tim Cross, right, seen with Retired U.S. Lt. General Jay Garner in 2003, slammed the U.S. on Iraq a day after criticism made by the general who led the British army during the invasion.
LONDON - A second retired British general slammed the United States over its Iraq policy, saying in a newspaper interview published Sunday that it had been "fatally flawed."
Maj. Gen. Tim Cross, the most senior British officer involved in the postwar planning, said he had raised serious concerns about the possibility of Iraq falling into chaos but said former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld dismissed the warnings.
"Right from the very beginning we were all very concerned about the lack of detail that had gone into the postwar plan and there is no doubt that Rumsfeld was at the heart of that process," Cross said in the Sunday Mirror newspaper.
The comments come a day after the release of critical comments made by the general who led the British army during the Iraq invasion.
Retired Gen. Sir Mike Jackson also singled out Rumsfeld for criticism, saying his approach to the invasion was "intellectually bankrupt," according to quotes excerpted from his autobiography and published by The Daily Telegraph Saturday.
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/20555490/
Sorry, but facts are not accepted in birfoon/birhterland. They deal in hate phantasms and actually believe what they invent.

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#166239 Aug 2, 2013
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
I'll rebut it when you give me your source that stated that Germany and Russia backed the invasion of Iraq. Remember, you've said many times that you ALWAYS supply a link. I'm sure you would not lie about that, so please do so.
You lie again. I never say "always" about anything. Generalizes ALMOST never correct. There are ALMOST ALWAYS exception to the any rule.

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#166240 Aug 2, 2013
Oh, I have read military intelligents reports. For instance almost always before every Spring thaws the North Koreans go on military maneuvers and so does the South. Then in the Fall, right after the hard freeze, they both do it again. Do you know why?
Two reasons. One is after the Spring thaw and before the hard freeze, the farmers are hard at work tending their crops. The other thing is that vehicles are not as likely to get bogged down when everything is frozen.
And I have read Intel reports that the North was doing some military maneuver during thew warm months and almost always Intel will add that this is not NORMAL and they have no idea why they are doing that.
It has been over thirty years since I was last in S. Korea and I can assume that they are still doing those same things. But I will never be 100% sure!!!

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#166241 Aug 2, 2013
Truth Detector wrote:
<quoted text>
Are you quitting the thread?
Nobody will miss you if you are!
Where did I even hint that? Dream on.

Little scenario for you, a birhter-like one :

1961, Kenya, Obama's new mother : "OMG, why did I give birth here? Now Barack won't be eligible to be President of the United States, oh no, he'll never forgive me, what was I thinking travelling 12,000 miles, 4 connections, 6 different planes, 9 months' pregnant"

Friend : "Yes, you're right. He's the future president. Got everything going for him. Born in Kenya, non-American father, BLACK, omg, and not particularly rich or well-connected, Yes, for sure, got everything going for him. Oh, I got it. Let's right now phone the two Honolulu dailies (they did have phones in Kenya, then, right?) and tell them your boy was born in Honolulu. They'll publish them, and we can have the birth records recorded at the hospital. All you have to do, and it shouldn't be too difficult, is cut the umbilical cord, there, done, get up, get dressed, take the baby, get $5,000 +, buy a plane ticket, fly right now to Hawaii with your paperless baby, 6 stops where you have to go through police, thence enter the US through customs and immigration with your new paperless or almost so, that should be a cinch, sneak into the hospital, bribe someone who will give you a room and help you fake the birth. Now, how easy can that be?

And so it came that this usurper, this Kenyan, illegally became president of the United States of America.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#166243 Aug 2, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
You lie again. I never say "always" about anything. Generalizes ALMOST never correct. There are ALMOST ALWAYS exception to the any rule.
OMG, the things you will resort to to hide how wrong and fabricator you are.

Earlier on, it was "I don't have to prove they agree, YOU prove they didn't". If I had faces available, this one would show wide-open eyes and mouth, hair standing on end. But better yet, when confronted with "you wrote you ALWAYS supplied links", you incredibly respond "I never say "always" about anything. Generalizes ALMOST never correct. There are ALMOST ALWAYS exception to the any rule." If you had not written those two absurdities, no one would believe me.

When you're wrong, when you've been caught inventing stuff, just say so, it's the honourable thing to do. And then we just go about our affairs and forget it - until the next time, lol.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#166244 Aug 2, 2013
And Rogue, when you state that Germany and Russia agreed to the invasion of Iraq, you HAVE to give some kind of proof, of evidence. That kind of statement HAS to be backed up, as it is so important.

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