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Larry Lenmen

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#861
Jan 1, 2013
 
The Sandy Hook shooter was a satan worshipping gay man full of gay rage, and he killed a bunch of kids as a result of his juvenile gay rage.

The usual suspects, Diversity retards, crawl out from under their rocks and scream about registered gun owners instead of screaming at the real perpetrators, the Diversity mafia.

LGBTQ Diversity people such as Adam Lanza need to be kept away from kids, because you never know what they might do.

Diversity people are disproportionate killers and molesters of people and children.

Celebrate Diversity...

http://www.mindexchange.com/diversity.htm

http://celebratingourdiversity.com/
Duke for Mayor

Uniontown, OH

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#863
Jan 1, 2013
 
Karl Monday wrote:
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Quite easy to do, when the industrial base of all your competitors has been destroyed, and yours is still intact.
Easier, for sure. Easy?

I dunno.

woof

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<quoted text> I've been in the "holler" down in Waverly, Ohio and parts of Marysville, Ohio where you'll NEVER see an urban person wondering around someone's property. Hell, I'll bet everything I have that the 'type' of people you want to defend your property against wouldn't be able to find there way to a rural back road area if you gave them directions and a map to go with it!
Some of your fears about roaming bands of armed urbanites are unfounded and slightly paranoid. You have nothing to worry about from urban blacks venturing in your country road community! George has a false fear also about urbanites venturing beyond 270 West outer belt. Before any car loads of urbanites exit Roberts Rd or Rome Hilliard, the cops would have a road block and check point set up to protect the good white folks living in that area.
The only people who would suffer from home invasions during a natural disaster in an urban area are the blue collar people who have something worth stealing and need the AR-15 to protect their home. The rest of you paranoid people have no foundation to stand on when using the excuse of 'protecting' your homes from roaming bands of urbanites.
Never once did I mention urbanites or blacks. Must be a subconscious projection on your part.
Reality Speaks

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Duke for Mayor wrote:
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I think America back then had quite a large manufacturing based economy driven by a growing/thriving middle class built upon wages and benefits negotiated through collective bargaining.
I think things have changed a bit since then.
But yes, we'll eventually bounce back, even from the Bush debacle.
woof
blame Bush....the Bush debacle.

you know....the tax cuts that caused the deficits and recession by that evil Bush that for years you morons have been screaming ..........

your God Obama made those tax cuts permanent except for 1% of the population.

so using your ignorant theory......it is the Obama debacle forever?

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TonyD2 wrote:
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Start with self as the highest priority, then work outward.
I suspect that the settling groups who were able to survive their first winter in this country had something more of a communal spirit than that.
Reality Speaks

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I suspect that the settling groups who were able to survive their first winter in this country had something more of a communal spirit than that.
you think so do ya?

try reading history...it will explain how any human in sight had a gun pointed at them out of fear.

in every single town.....everyone carried a gun....even women.

you have read Hillary's fictional book " it takes a village" way to many times.

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I suspect that the settling groups who were able to survive their first winter in this country had something more of a communal spirit than that.
All you think about is the receiving end. How much help can you be to your family and your community if you're not well yourself? What happens when there is nobody to come to your rescue because they're all in the same sinking boat? You'd rather all of us go down than some of us survive.
Spookishere F trolls

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Jan 1, 2013
 
TonyD2 wrote:
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All you think about is the receiving end. How much help can you be to your family and your community if you're not well yourself? What happens when there is nobody to come to your rescue because they're all in the same sinking boat? You'd rather all of us go down than some of us survive.
The saying " a rising tide lifts all boats" is incorrectly applied to the us economy taxes and redistribution.

When money is taken from me with some goods or service in return it is not.a rising tide lifting my boat it is more like the government poking a hole in my boat.
Spookishere F trolls

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Spookishere F trolls wrote:
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The saying " a rising tide lifts all boats" is incorrectly applied to the us economy taxes and redistribution.
When money is taken from me with some goods or service in return it is not.a rising tide lifting my boat it is more like the government poking a hole in my boat.
Without some goods not with some goods
Paul

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FKA Reader, thanks for the civility! I have lost people close to me by the gun.. It actually was an "off duty" highly trained policeman..who was drunk..The solutions are not easy to find....but I believe they are out there. Your response is the direction that will create meaningful dialogue.. not just attacks on people who may not be "enlightened". It seems that on this blog, people would rather attack versus inform others or give others meaningful insights. Actually, I worked in a highschool where we had only one entrance during the school day. The front door had to be unlocked once the visitor was identified. We had an office with a close circuit tv...manned by a staff member. It cut down tremendously on "outside" people.
Just an "idea".
Duke for Mayor

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What happens when there is nobody to come to your rescue because they're all in the same sinking boat?
You get eaten by Tony.

woof (lol)

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Jan 1, 2013
 
Duke for Mayor wrote:
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You get eaten by Tony.
woof (lol)
Just a couple of toes to season the green beans.:)

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Karl Monday wrote:
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Half of their population died, and the socialist experiment was shortly dumped.
The people that survived, were those that engaged in "free trade" with the Indians.
At least half. The ones who hit these shores working and with a plan survived and prospered. They had their shelters built by fall and fields cleared to plant in the spring. The sluggards stole when and what they could, earned the distrust of the natives and died. There was no extra for charity or welfare.
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Seriouslady wrote:
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At least half. The ones who hit these shores working and with a plan survived and prospered. They had their shelters built by fall and fields cleared to plant in the spring. The sluggards stole when and what they could, earned the distrust of the natives and died. There was no extra for charity or welfare.
I don't believe you have a clue what you are talking about. Next you will be calling the White Settlers that cleared the forest, planted crops, built log cabins Republicans. Those that died of starvation Democrats.

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#880
Jan 2, 2013
 
Karl Monday wrote:
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Half of their population died, and the socialist experiment was shortly dumped.
The people that survived, were those that engaged in "free trade" with the Indians.
Yep, Capitalism (tobacco) saved the colony.

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I don't believe you have a clue what you are talking about. Next you will be calling the White Settlers that cleared the forest, planted crops, built log cabins Republicans. Those that died of starvation Democrats.
Pale Rider, if I don't know a subject intimately, I don't opine on it; if I am unsure of a fact, I say so. I was born on and lived my life on the land the first settlers, seeking religious freedom from Britian, landed on and built their homes on. I find indian arrow heads on my land and remember the last slave houses being torn down by my father. There were no political parties. I know the history of the land, animals and people.

Now why don't you pick up a book and read. You'll find the KKK was first organized by democrats and that the Republicans were the party against slavery.

Neither party is perfect. No administration is. But some are better than others.

You are a bored kid on here to just oppose anything posted. You could spend your time in a more productive manner. Frankly, you're boring.

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Seriouslady wrote:
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Pale Rider, if I don't know a subject intimately, I don't opine on it; if I am unsure of a fact, I say so. I was born on and lived my life on the land the first settlers, seeking religious freedom from Britian, landed on and built their homes on. I find indian arrow heads on my land and remember the last slave houses being torn down by my father. There were no political parties. I know the history of the land, animals and people.
Now why don't you pick up a book and read. You'll find the KKK was first organized by democrats and that the Republicans were the party against slavery.
Neither party is perfect. No administration is. But some are better than others.
You are a bored kid on here to just oppose anything posted. You could spend your time in a more productive manner. Frankly, you're boring.
I for one would love to hear you expand more on your knowledge of early American settlements. Specifically the motivations of the settlers and the factors that you feel determined the successes and failures of some of the first colonies.

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Yep, Capitalism (tobacco) saved the colony.
Corn first Tony, tobacco came little later. But grit and strength kept them alive. With help from the native americans.

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Reality Speaks wrote:
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you think so do ya?
try reading history...it will explain how any human in sight had a gun pointed at them out of fear.
in every single town.....everyone carried a gun....even women.
you have read Hillary's fictional book " it takes a village" way to many times.
I don't know of any early settlements that were initiated by single families. They came as groups, either to establish a foothold for their sovereign, to establish trading companies, or as religious communities. Those who were not of a mind to work together with their neighbors within the community, or to work out relationships with the extra-community neighbors, were pretty much doomed.

Consider the following, regarding Jamestown:

"The Virginia Company of Plymouth founded a colony at Sagadahoc in Maine in 1607, which quickly failed due to hostility from the local tribes, conflicts among the settlers, and inadequate supplies. The same fate almost befell the London Company's effort at Jamestown near Chesapeake Bay in Virginia. Most of the colonists were gentry unaccustomed to manual labor who wanted to spend their time looking for gold and hunting. Only the leadership of John Smith, who forced everyone to work and who negotiated with the Indians, guaranteed Jamestown's initial survival."
http://www.cliffsnotes.com/study_guide/Englis...
Duke for Mayor

Akron, OH

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Jan 2, 2013
 
Seriouslady wrote:
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Corn first Tony, tobacco came little later. But grit and strength kept them alive. With help from the native americans.
And once they no longer needed the help, the land rush was on.

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