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Obama Snake Oil Co

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  • [1] June 24, 2016 at 3:26pm

    I am thinking about a workshoe sales business in the EU when it crumbles. Its seems its failing in the US these days under Obamadamit. I know this since not one workshoe place in Ferguson was ransacked during the riots. I think there will be a need for some in the EU to buy them for actual work.

  • [13] June 7, 2016 at 1:23pm

    Because she was very special to a lot of us out here. She was one of my puppies from my dog Meggie Belle. All of them did very special things in life. Several were used for the blind, others were rescue dogs and others were pets. There were 12 in the litter. What weighs heavy on me is this is the last of the litter of 12. I no longer breed goldens but I still have them to this day. Denise has said she was in rescue when she picked up Bretagne as a very young age. I do recall that Bretagne picked Denise rather than the other way around. I kept one of her sisters, Maggie Belle who died 5 years ago from cancer.
    The point, you just don’t ever know the history but you feel the heart as you can imagine that Denise knew this would come. I have to give it to her, 16 years old is unheard of by a golden as she outlived her siblings by 4 years. RIP, your brothers and sisters await.

  • [9] June 7, 2016 at 1:13pm

    I dare say that Denise will bury her ashes for many years to come as their bond was very special just as the loss of Bretagne mother, Meggie Belle, and her daughter Maggie Belle. Bretagne is also the last of the litter of 12 pups. There is a story to each one as all of them were very special for what they did. So it is with heavy heart I say bye one more time to a legacy of Golden Retrievers. Rest in peace my little hero.
    Denise, don’t worry, my dad has plenty of tennis balls in heaven. Pop was the first thing Bretagne met in life. We’ll all catch up again one day with them. Thanks for giving her such a beautiful life, take care, Russ

  • March 22, 2016 at 3:50pm

    Hmmmm, sounds like plan!

  • [37] February 24, 2016 at 12:50pm

    There was a similar story in my NC town that had the same problem. A old black gentleman had a black lab for many years. The two were together all the time after the mans wife passed away. He had a small farm and dabbled with it with the dog on the tractor too. One day, there were a lot of cars parked at his house and I suspected he had passed away. Days later, I noticed a grave stone next to his wife in the corner of the farm. His black lab was laying on his grave. I stopped by and told the young man that the dog was on his dads grave and the man said he couldn’t get the dog to leave as he kept going back. Everyday for 3 weeks, the lab was there, cold, rainy. The young man finally found a family member who could have the dog. The lab was gone. Months later, he was back. Eventually, he never came back. Do we really own our dogs or do are we caretakers? God bless.

  • [3] February 17, 2016 at 3:52pm

    You know, after she made those barking sounds she will soon regret it. Can’t wait for her to debate Trump with an audience. Cankles will be made an absolute fool of over that. Can you imagine all the barking that would happen when she spoke? Gruber was right.

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  • [10] February 9, 2016 at 10:30am

    Well, I can relate as men have a heart when it comes to mans best friend. Three years ago I was trying to decide on whether to take in a male golden retriever as a family wanted me to come get him due to neglect. Yes, they admitted it. I already had one rescue so I went to check the dog out. I come into their expensive built kitchen and there in the corner was a travel crate. They let him out to meet me and had lots of energy as one expects. I was getting ready to leave and was not sure if I was going to take him in as two is a lot of work. I told them I would be back and had to think about it. As I was leaving, I noticed he was commanded back into the travel crate and it hit me like a brick. He was backing his butt in so he could see out the front door.
    I made up my mind at that moment he was coming home with me right then.
    Here is a dog that weighs 80 lbs, is big and didn’t have enough space to turn around in his crate. He was spending 14 hours inside of the crate as the owners worked all day and the kids were to busy to let him out. To this day, I will not crate him. He brings me his leash but I will not leash him, he runs free. Only one other dog in my life is as close to me as he is, she died three years ago. This very beautiful golden never leaves my side. I think he knows he won the lottery and now has a life. Now go cut you onions under running water.

  • [7] February 8, 2016 at 2:23pm

    What about the accessories? Let’s see, I will need a strap on bomb one, a sword with blood would be nice, a cage to suspend her in the air, lots of headless Christian bodies to put around her. A bandileer of bullets and AK-47 rifle. WE can call it the Jihad Jane version after Jane Fonda.

  • [15] January 22, 2016 at 9:54am

    I will donate to the Clinton cause…..the purchase of her first orange jumpsuit with her number and Leavenworth identification. It would be the best money I will have ever spent. Maybe create a Donate to Cankles foundation. Sort of do it for the children who would be left with the nightmare if she was elected and the destruction of America.

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  • [1] November 23, 2015 at 4:16pm

    If you think the reels and tapes of the time are going to release the truth, you don’t know who the media works for. Remember, polishing a turd is something they are good at. Finding out which end of the turd is the good end, is their specialty;
    “Apparently Paterson, NJ endorses Muslim terrorism. One Sunday in May, the Palestinian flag was flown over city hall in the North Jersey city, and May 19 was declared “Palestinian-American Day” by the mayor. Around 150 people celebrated in the streets,“cheering, dancing, and sharing sweets,” oddly reminiscent of the celebrations which occurred in Ramallah upon hearing the news of 9/11. The jubilation was caught by CNN cameras whenPalestinians were beside themselves with joy knowing that 3000 Americans were killed by Muslim terrorists. Palestinians in Paterson were equally elated regarding 9/11 and were caught celebrating like their brethren back home.”

  • [2] November 20, 2015 at 3:52pm

    Really?
    http://bible.knowing-jesus.com/topics/Hearing-God~s-Voice

  • [3] November 19, 2015 at 4:44pm

    Remember ##Blackliesmatter to black liars. To the rest of us, they a fools gone wild.

  • [4] August 17, 2015 at 9:33am

    Well, just wait, the christian hating news media will not be silenced. Its OK if you are gay but god forgive you are christian.

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  • June 22, 2015 at 3:32pm

    I do hope Angel Soft tunes into these comments. I just want to add you to my list of do not buy products or do not use services.
    Examples;
    Bank of America (ask Billy Graham)
    Tylenol (Commercial)
    Burger King (gay whopper)
    Angel Soft (Commercial)
    When you want to aspire to thinking that this helps your business model, good luck. We saw what happened to Chick Fil A and it only worked in their family since they defined true marriage. Now enjoy your activist advertisements for you new brand for poop noodles.

  • [6] February 5, 2015 at 3:56pm

    Its Barrack Hussein Obamas birth certificate long form with his transcripts from college, his SSN from NJ and his acceptance to come to an American University as an exchange student…….? No wonder they don’t want folks to open it up.

  • [-1] January 16, 2015 at 4:18pm

    Some of out there know exactly what you are posting. Just know there are others. I was an atheist for many years prior to the event. The light was comforting and the feeling is not explainable.

  • [2] November 6, 2014 at 3:32pm

    That temporal punishment is due to sin, even after the sin itself has been pardoned by God, is clearly the teaching of Scripture. God indeed brought man out of his first disobedience and gave him power to govern all things (Wisdom 10:2), but still condemned him “to eat his bread in the sweat of his brow” until he returned unto dust. God forgave the incredulity of Moses and Aaron, but in punishment kept them from the “land of promise” (Numbers 20:12). The Lord took away the sin of David, but the life of the child was forfeited because David had made God’s enemies blaspheme His Holy Name (2 Samuel 12:13-14). In the New Testament as well as in the Old, almsgiving and fasting, and in general penitential acts are the real fruits of repentance (Matthew 3:8; Luke 17:3; 3:3). The whole penitential system of the Church testifies that the voluntary assumption of penitential works has always been part of true repentance and the Council of Trent (Sess. XIV, can. xi) reminds the faithful that God does not always remit the whole punishment due to sin together with the guilt. God requires satisfaction, and will punish sin, and this doctrine involves as its necessary consequence a belief that the sinner failing to do penance in this life may be punished in another world, and so not be cast off eternally from God.
    http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/12575a.htm

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  • November 5, 2014 at 2:35pm

    To your athesists, there really is a god and last night he spoke loudly to us.

  • [4] October 24, 2014 at 10:56am

    His son told me he was missing for 3 days. I told him he was back on his father’s grave and about his digging. When I went back to the grave, Buddy was lying in the hole he had dug down about 3 feet. He wasn’t screaming, he was sleeping in the hole.
    It was a touching story that I wanted to share as I will never forget what I saw and experienced. I had never known the love a dog shared with their owner until that moment and later, I experienced another event that was similar. The dog ran from 30 miles away to be with his master. I have come to understand what dedication and love from these guys means now.

  • [3] October 24, 2014 at 10:48am

    I am reminded by an old man, Champ Burgess, about the dedication that dogs have to their masters. It was a heart breaking story of dedication but I want to share it.
    Champ as an older black man who lived down the street from me. He had a black lab named buddy. Buddy was a large lab male, calm, loving dog that never left Champs site. I would seem Champ out on a tractor and Buddy was sitting beside him. Inseperable. I was on my way home one day and noticed a tent in the corner of his farm property next to the wood line. Buddy was laying under the tent, screaming very loudly. When I walked up, Buddy was laying on the fresh grave where I saw the grave marker “Champ Burgess”. Buddy never stopped screaming while I was there or when I drove by from time to time.
    Buddy was on his grave for 3 days until one of Champ’s sons coaxed the dog and took him into his fathers house. They had set out water and food but Buddy didn’t touch it. Buddy’s voice was hoarse by this time so he could scream and just whimpered. His son told me he was taking him to a near by town, where he lived, as he would not give up his fathers dog to anyone.
    The following Saturday morning, I looked over to the grave marker, the tent was gone but Buddy had returned. I went and knocked on the house to ask the son how he was doing being that he lost his father suddenly. No one answered. Buddy was screaming and trying to dig in the grave. I called his son who was 30 miles away, Buddy had run away.

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