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Huntsville, AL

#24 May 7, 2013
Cmosh wrote:
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you are French?

It is a poor state as a whole but with some areas that excel in all measures.

Huntsville, AL

#25 May 7, 2013
LBer wrote:
Clarence Thomas can speak?

Although we are a diverse country, for all practical purposes socialism doesn't exist in America. One senator, a few theorists and Internet warriors - that is about it. It has become a catchall slur and has no meaning to thinking people. A far bigger and more real concern for the republic are the right wing fascist/anti government crowd of which you are a part. Quit trying to divert from your initial post describing your terrorist wet dream of an insurgency against our country and your sick assertion that our fine military would be on the wrong side of the civil war you were promoting.


#26 May 7, 2013
I dub Santa Fe, NM: Socialist in Chief! ;-)
The French applaud him - I know another socialist when I read one!

Long Beach, CA

#27 May 7, 2013
By Thomas Sowell, noted African American Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institute:


We all have a tendency to take for granted what we are used to, and to regard it as somehow natural or automatic -- and to be unduly impressed by what is unusual. Too many Americans take the United States for granted and are too easily impressed by what people in other countries say and do.

That is especially true of the intelligentsia, and dangerously true of those Supreme Court justices who cite foreign laws when making decisions about American law.

There is nothing automatic about the way of life achieved in this country. It is very unusual among the nations of the world today and rarer than four-leaf clovers in the long view of history.

It didn't just happen. People made it happen -- and they and those who came after them paid a price in blood and treasure to create and preserve this nation that we now take for granted. More important, this country's survival is not automatic. What we do will determine that. Too many Americans today are not only unconcerned about what it will take to preserve this country but are busy dismantling the things that make it America.

Our national motto, "E Pluribus Unum" -- from many, one -- has been turned upside down as educators, activists and politicians strive to fragment the American population into separate racial, social, linguistic and ideological blocs. Some are gung ho for generic "change" -- without the slightest concern that the change might be for the worse, even in a world where most nations that are different are also worse off. Most are worse economically and many are much worse off in terms of despotism, corruption, and bloodshed.

History is full of nations and even whole civilizations that have fallen from the heights to destitution and disintegration. The Roman Empire is a classic example, but the great ancient Chinese dynasties, the Ottoman Empire and many others have met the same fate. These were not just political "changes." They were historic catastrophes from which whole peoples did not recover for centuries. It has been estimated that it was a thousand years before Europeans again achieved as high a standard of living as they had in Roman times. The Dark Ages were called dark for a reason.

Today, whole classes of people get their jollies and puff themselves up by denigrating and denouncing American society. Such people are a major influence in our media, in our educational system and among all sorts of vocal activists. Nothing illustrates their power to distort reality like the way they seize upon slavery to denounce American society.

Slavery was cancerous but does anybody regard cancer in the United States as an evil peculiar to American society? It is a worldwide affliction and so was slavery. Both the enslavers and the enslaved have included people on every inhabited continent -- people of every race, color, and creed. More Europeans were enslaved and taken to North Africa by Barbary Coast pirates alone than there were African slaves taken to the United States and to the colonies from which it was formed.

Yet throughout our educational system, our media, and in politics, slavery is incessantly presented as if it were something peculiar to black and white Americans. What was peculiar about the United States was that it was the first country in which slavery was under attack from the moment the country was created.

What was peculiar about Western civilization was that it was the first civilization to destroy slavery, not only within its own countries but in other countries around the world as well.

Reality has been stood on its head so that a relative handful of people can feel puffed up or gain notoriety and power. Whatever they gain, the rest of us have everything to lose.

Huntsville, AL

#28 May 7, 2013
Laughing wrote:
trying to divert from your initial post describing your terrorist wet dream of an insurgency against our country and your sick assertion that our fine military would be on the wrong side of the civil war you were promoting.

Long Beach, CA

#29 May 8, 2013
Ah, the Topix Troll (aka Santa Fe NM) says nothing again.

They got your number, Topix Troll, on the the other threads as well.

I'm not surprised he says little, this guy is such a loser, he contributes nothing to any thread, various posters (even out of the country ones) totally refute what little he has to say.

Topix Trolls have no credibility. Even the admitted French socialists recognize you as one of their own (note three posts up).

Everyone is laughing at you, not with you.

Have a nice day ;-)

┼kersberga, Sweden

#30 May 8, 2013
Ha yes, did see Santa fe NM Topix Troll take beating from Gunshow1 and a Romanian person in other threads.

Very entertaining. Trolls are very funny.

Huntsville, AL

#31 May 8, 2013
Kinje wrote:
continue to insult the germans, french, dutch, Romanians and the location of whatever "anonymous proxy"you were going to use for your stupid phony posts. Speak for yourself.

The topic here is your subversive un-American insurgency speculation and your questioning of the loyalty of our armed forces.

Long Beach, CA

#32 May 8, 2013
Gotta say, we never lack for laughs with the "New Mexico Troll."

He's the gift that just keep's on giving. He's now my favorite poster!

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