The Rev. Lucius Walker, American who led aid caravans to ...

Sep 8, 2010 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Fox News

The Rev. Lucius Walker, who led an annual pilgrimage of U.S. aid volunteers to Cuba in defiance of Washington's nearly half-century-old trade embargo, has died of a heart attack in New York.

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The Compassionate One

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Sep 13, 2010
 

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Orlando Leone Jr wrote:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =EfH46DTAkxo&feature=playe r_embedded
see this
Such Red-Neck B.S. brings no one together nor does it solve a single problem. Nuff said!

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#22
Sep 13, 2010
 
The Compassionate One wrote:
<quoted text>Such Red-Neck B.S. brings no one together nor does it solve a single problem. Nuff said!
No need for insults, George. That is if you want to join us!
I rather like the song, but that is me, you don't have to like it.
You like BO, fine! I don't like BO, fine!

http://www.topix.com/forum/world/cuba/T02HTOR...

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The Compassionate One

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Sep 13, 2010
 
LigerOmniPotentMaxx wrote:
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No need for insults, George. That is if you want to join us!
I rather like the song, but that is me, you don't have to like it.
You like BO, fine! I don't like BO, fine!
http://www.topix.com/forum/world/cuba/T02HTOR...
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Are any on this site suprised that you, the one and only, the great, the fearless one, loves the message of the song??? Nooooo!!! You say you are taking the peace road and civil debate - yet you post a piece of red-neck, tea-party b.s. music for all to hear. Hahahahahahahahahahehehehehehe hohoohohohohohohoho!

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Sep 14, 2010
 
The Compassionate One wrote:
<quoted text>Are any on this site suprised that you, the one and only, the great, the fearless one, loves the message of the song??? Nooooo!!! You say you are taking the peace road and civil debate - yet you post a piece of red-neck, tea-party b.s. music for all to hear. Hahahahahahahahahahehehehehehe hohoohohohohohohoho!
I have not insulted any one. I simply in a very civil way posted a political song. Many of us are opposed to BO, with good reason.
If you like him, that is fine! We can debate, without being disrespectful towards one another why we oppose or support him!
The laugh is immature and a provocation for further conflict.
I will simply ignore it.
The Compassionate One

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Sep 14, 2010
 
LigerOmniPotentMaxx wrote:
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I have not insulted any one. I simply in a very civil way posted a political song. Many of us are opposed to BO, with good reason.
If you like him, that is fine! We can debate, without being disrespectful towards one another why we oppose or support him!
The laugh is immature and a provocation for further conflict.
I will simply ignore it.
Haaa heheheheheheheheheh hohohohohohoho! Sorry! I just can't stop laughing at your mental farts!
Orlando Leone Jr

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Sep 14, 2010
 
The Compassionate One wrote:
<quoted text>Haaa heheheheheheheheheh hohohohohohoho! Sorry! I just can't stop laughing at your mental farts!
Whatever!
open mind

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Sep 15, 2010
 
The Compassionate One wrote:
May his soul rest in peace as he sought to champion the poor of our world. I was in Havana attending the Fraternity of Baptists' annual meeting back in 1993 at the Ebenezer Baptist Church and the Centro Memorial Martin Luther King when the 3rd Friendshipment bus filled with medical supplies, computers, etc. arrived there. I am proud to have known him and have a hand written note from him. The world is a poorer place for his passing!
Indeed! What an honor for you to have met him. He touched many lives and made life better for so many Cubans. I am amazed that a person who contributed in such significant ways to help everyday people in Cuba have a better life doesn't touch some chord in LIEger. Then again, I'm not really surprised. Humanity and decency are not words that come to mind whenever LIEger is thought of.
Orlando Leone Jr

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Sep 15, 2010
 
open mind wrote:
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Indeed! What an honor for you to have met him. He touched many lives and made life better for so many Cubans. I am amazed that a person who contributed in such significant ways to help everyday people in Cuba have a better life doesn't touch some chord in LIEger. Then again, I'm not really surprised. Humanity and decency are not words that come to mind whenever LIEger is thought of.
OM, I made a truce to be civil & respectful. It's up to you, if you prefer, I'll return to the senseless immature name calling.

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