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truthspeare

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  • July 1, 2015 at 6:00am

    For sake of attribution, I borrowed the “standing like a rose” thought from the pivotal lyrics of the Stone Temple Pilots hit, “Dead and Bloated”. The witty part to them, the otherwise to me. Goodnight.

  • July 1, 2015 at 5:39am

    What an ass am I? “Single payer” means the taxpayer. Only half are taxpayers, to include the yet to be born given the national debt.
    Conjures curiosities. Is not a single a whole, in and of itself? Can something be at the same time in half, yet at the same time be whole?
    But then I think, we live in the best of all possible worlds. A place where taxes are not taxes, where taxes are taxes, where state elected subsidies are subsidies, where state rejected subsidies are subsidies, where a half is half, and a half is whole.

    I am standing like a rose that ..

  • [1] July 1, 2015 at 5:19am

    Inviting some former U.S. Constitutional Law experts to speak at an event may be a waste of food. The first thing we do is damn all the dictionaries, who the f .*ck needs one of those when you have John Roberts…or some former Harvard Law star. Can both be right, that it is not a tax, but it is a tax. My uncomplicated hillbilly thinking is struggling here.

  • [3] July 1, 2015 at 5:03am

    Nobody, I mean nobody needs to look into the dictionary to discern the meaning of “tax”. Not even the pogue who heard whispers of Hillary-care so long ago. No, no, national pogue audience — duncy pogue bait, let me be clear, Obamacare is “not a tax”.

    So ladies and gentlemen, who the ***** needs a dictionary? John ass Roberts, that’s who. Obamacare passed with tax language stripped, on purpose — this goes for legislative history outside kangaroo courts — and the chief executive goes on national T.V. and is adamant, so sure, so ******** Harvard Law correct that Obamacare was not a tax. Well, ***** me, John ass Roberts says it is so. Thus, the black robe law of the land is made. Those who make the laws say that is not the law, and John ass Roberts says it is the law, by ******** dictionary definition.

    I am standing like a rose that somebody gave me on my birthday deathbed.

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  • July 1, 2015 at 4:40am

    Oh da dee, oh dah dah, what an ass of a single payer system. I am standing like a rose that somebody gave me on my birthday deathbed.

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  • [3] July 1, 2015 at 4:25am

    Here it is. I have been speaking of people proving their plight with scars. Mr. Young has the scars. He braved a great deal at the hands of white racists — who have done more to torment the white race than to extol our best qualities.

    We are one big happy family on this planet. As such, we are not always going to get along. But I still believe that we can if it comes down to it.

    I write for the fun of it. Words and their use have fascinated me, the quality of which have proven equally elusive. But I write for fun. So what? I didn’t want to write tonight.

    I do so because the Supreme Court decision on Obamacare bothers me. That decision is disturbing due to the accommodating nature of the opinion which makes no sense. The wording of law is clear on subsidies. But one of the judges reportedly intimated that it was not the job of the court to undo the will of the people, in this case — healthcare. Yet the law passed in a rush, prior to Senator-elect Scott Brown took office as a majority of the people opposed the law.

    Then these bad thoughts started kicking in. Was the subsidy language re the states designed to achieve passage, knowing a majority of states opposed the law (citizens opposed the law) yet, yet, knowing the Supreme Court would pass the subsidy costs off to national, as opposed to local, taxpayer. Brings to mind the past. A tax is not a tax until J. Roberts says so. What? Tax language removed from the Bill and the Prez said no. What?

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  • June 28, 2015 at 12:57am

    It is not the fault of the slaves that they wanted to be free. And to the Klan I say, a superior race would have never owned slaves to begin with.

  • June 28, 2015 at 12:43am

    The Klan is a hateful group without the slightest drop of the milk of human kindness. Whatever God they worship, I want no part of.

    Hatred is ridiculous and grunting. The Klan flew the Confederate Flag and placed the most awful stench upon it. So much so, the taint is overwhelming in too many eyes. The Klan has done more to torment the white race than to display its best qualities. That was Mr. Lee’s flag, during his command, and nobody else’s. Against all odds.

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  • June 28, 2015 at 12:34am

    And if someone were to accuse me of minimizing the issue raised by his hateful Revererdness, I say this would not be possible.

  • June 28, 2015 at 12:28am

    It ain’t 20 acres and a mule anymore. It’s open a computer at your home or public library or some foundation and make yourself rich. You don’t need land anymore. You no longer have to compete with nepotism for top jobs in order to make it. Now it is all at the tips of your fingers and there ain’t nobody that can stop you if you have the ability. The new economy is so faceless and colorless. Banks used to have tellers, now you speak on a phone or computer with robots. Find the open door.

  • June 28, 2015 at 12:09am

    I’ll show anyone my poverty scarred hands and limbs. But that’s not me anymore. To me, victim chic is absurd.

    Excuses make lousy currency, spent by the poor. This world is changing at light speed in technology and science. Every new gadget gives some poor guy out there somewhere a chance to come up with a supplemental product and become wealthy.

    And yet, and yet, some people are still fighting the civil war and predominately concerned about colors. My God, find a coloring book, then. The rest of us will move on with the modern world.

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  • June 27, 2015 at 11:57pm

    What a hateful man of God, this Reverend. His lack of kindness, his prideful arrogance. He sure ain’t Jesus, and so, my message to all of you this evening is to just go ahead and fly the flags you want to, because nobody died and left this huckster God.

    Tell him to show his cotton scarred hands. If he can’t, he’s a pretender, a victim chic turd.

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  • June 26, 2015 at 3:10am

    All of this is so childish. One criminal kills 7? The men are in Chicago let me tell you. 7 come 11 you’re on a lucky streak. But shhhhh! See now over yonder that Confederate Flag of Mr. Lee. You have to be able to separate them men from the boys when speaking of murder.

  • June 26, 2015 at 2:45am

    And do you want to know what I mean by “grace”. I mean being able to look past another’s faults and see the whole man, man. That is graceful, gracious. Which happens to also be traits of a gentleman.

  • June 26, 2015 at 2:40am

    Dylann ain’t no Fort Sumter, and Louis is so unkind. One is a criminal, the other ungracious. Both are uncivilized.

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  • June 26, 2015 at 2:06am

    Why is the conscience invisible? Because it must be. And the collective conscience is just right there also man.

  • June 26, 2015 at 1:58am

    I have a flag

    It has stars

    It has bars

    Some go horizontal

    Some oblique

    When, I’ve forgotten

    But I know

    Both are made from cotton

    And we are a family working it out from there.

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  • [1] June 26, 2015 at 1:36am

    Sorry, I have to say that communism, socialism, collective salvation they are all cannibalistic concepts. For the diner interjects their affairs into the private life of another, one who now must survive for himself and another by force, just like slavery. Release all from these chains man, if you have a heart.

  • [1] June 26, 2015 at 1:20am

    Money and choice of self-direction are caused by capitalism, not communism, socialism, or that grunt of a concept called collective salvation.

    Why?

    Because who does not like the rags to riches story, except those who want to keep a black man down. Why shouldn’t a black man become leisurely wealthy, to the point he has to make no choices because he can afford anything? Why not?

    Why in a country where people have heretofore had the opportunity to rise from the ashes to become unfathomably wealthy, would anyone follow a Democrat who now wants this to change? If you are poor why not shoot for the moon?

    In my opinion, our black brothers and sisters, in their struggle to attain economic equality, are following the very people who are keeping them from the dream, good intentions or not. And it’s about the dream, and we all know it is, no matter the color of the skin. Poor is poor and you want better.

    Listen not to those who would steal your dreams, good intentions or not. You too may become at leisure, but not in communist, socialist, or some funky collective salvation state. For if you choose the latter, you admit that you are not worth it. When you are. And that is shame.

  • [1] June 26, 2015 at 1:01am

    Of course black lives matter. Who the **** said they did not? We are all on this planet together and, at the base, we planetarians have two choices, we can be kind to each other, or we can be something worse to each other.

    And why would anyone want to be the worse to another? This is not good and never could be. We are not animals.

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