User Profile: Gator6355

Gator6355

Member Since: October 12, 2012

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  • January 13, 2013 at 1:54pm

    No, Mr. Powell, you are not a Republican; you are a Democrat. Your parsing of words is one-sided and comes straight from the “Victims’ Handbook.” Obama, himself, has admitted he is lazy; as such, to label him with that word is to endorse his own view of himself. Please stop with the charade of calling yourself a Republican; you’re now in favor of redistribution of wealth from those who have achieved and giving to those who refuse to lift a finger to improve their lot in life regardless of the fact there are many avenues, paid for by those of us who DO pay taxes. I would suggest you read Daniel Patrick Moynihan’s treatise from 1965 that showed what was being done to those families being made to rely on welfare and the welfare state for their sustenance. The Democratic Party, and those who list themselves as part of it, including the current occupant of the White House are committed to a path that will only continue the enslavement of not just black Americans, but ALL Americans. As one who served with you in the military, it pains me to see the depths to which you attempt to twist honest political disagreements into another chorus from The Victims’ Hymnal…”Oh, Woe is Me.”

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  • January 13, 2013 at 1:37pm

    Actually, her classroom and her employer are the people, not the government. The government is the people and its power, such as it is, derives from the people. Your attempt to give monolithic “power” to “the government” fails to understand simple civics. She has a right to free speech and to practice her religion just as a soldier does. The fact she works for a school district, funded by property taxes, not the general tax fund, does not restrict her rights. Now, if she is ACTIVELY trying to proselytise, the school may have a say in telling her to not do so; however, attending Bible Study meetings does not constitute such.

  • November 22, 2012 at 2:31pm

    It is a fallacious to even attempt to bring up the pre-1967 borders. The post-1967 borders should be the starting point because the attack on Israel at that time was unprovoked. It was, yet another, attempt to push the Israelis into the ocean by a double-pronged attacked. The result was a loss of territory in three directions and those borders need to stand. Losing a war has consequences and these borders seem fit. However, Israel has, over the years, given back some of that land; however, East Jerusalem has NEVER been up for debate by the Israelis nor should it.

    Bottom line, if the Palestinians wish to coexist with the Israelis, it would behoove them to show this by stopping the rocket attacks from Gaza. Lost and unreported by the MSM is the number of rockets that had rained down on Israel from July to November before finally retaliating with a focused attack leading to the present ceasefire which is, as all the others, useless and only an excuse for the Palestinians to reload and to use the puppet world press to advance their case as “poor, peaceful victims.” A blatant lie as always. Never trust the Palestinians nor their allies; the whole bunch are a bunch of murderous, lying, evil asses.

  • November 21, 2012 at 3:09pm

    Cavallo,

    Based upon the ABC emblem on the shot of the TV screen, it’s doubtful management was trying to follow a Fox news type style. It also invalidates your suggestion that “they are liberals and that management was moving the Fox affiliate more towards the news coverage of Fox Cable News” since, again, the station is an ABC affiliate, not a Fox affiliate as you contend.

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