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Old 08-30-2010, 10:56 PM
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Beck rally Happenings: Dumb A$% White Guy Insults Black Tea Partiers

At about 1:50 into the clip. white idiot in grey tee shirt "what happened to your African religion?"

This is great: you just cant make up stories like this......


http://gatewaypundit.firstthings.com/2010/08/leftist-infiltrator-asks-black-tea-partier-what-happened-to-your-african-religion-video/

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Old 08-30-2010, 11:13 PM
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still laughing at the idiocy of this guy.....
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Old 08-30-2010, 11:25 PM
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black people worshipping the europeanized vision of a semetic zombie is pretty laughable too, to some of us. and disappointing.
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Old 08-31-2010, 12:03 AM
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What, you mean JC? The scriptures attributed to Jesus are pretty interesting for me, similar to the words of the historical Buddha.

But I'll agree that all the legends and convoluted beliefs around him can be a bit trippy.

BTW, did you catch the 3 black guys at the start holding up posters that said "Democrats started the KKK. Go to Michael Warns.com"

I did and, whoa:

http://www.michaelwarns.com/

Yeah, demos were pretty racist back in the day and then somehow the most racist of the Ds went Republican starting with Strom Thurmond. That was the one thing the white dude said that was worth saying.

Amazing the way people on both sides of the legendary divide are in a froth to identify the true enemy of all that is good and proper.
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Old 08-31-2010, 12:36 AM
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wow, that's just plain wacky. so many amusing? frightening? "ideas". and if that's not enough, there's always ... those stunning illustrations. oprah 666. and obama. hey, they're both from chicago. i'm bookmarking that site. bless jesus. (but not the 33%... you know who i mean. )
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Oh hey brother, I know EXACTLY who you mean. They got the mark of Jezebel on them. Must take pains to avoid. Therein lyeth damnation.

Don't you know people like Oprah need to have serious bodyguards 24/7? Same with O. He'll need them the rest of his life.
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Old 08-31-2010, 06:38 AM
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As Tom pointed out in the thread about crooked dem politicians, crooked pols are NOT (edit) exclusive to one party. Neither is idiocy.
But, much as many of you want to point out, repeatedly, a few Muslim terrorists should not be viewed as the majority, neither should a few idiots as a 300,000+ rally be mistaken to represent the vast majority.
Mock all you want, the true strength of the Tea Party and this GB rally will be seen ( or not) in early November.
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Old 08-31-2010, 05:12 PM
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You're right. Most all the people we heard speak in that video are on the fringes of rational thought.

The Tea Partiers are correct in that govt. spending has gotten out of control. But my take is that many other problems escape their notice. It's all: govt. bad!

More going on than that.
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this situation resembles fdr and the "liberty league" of the 1930's, when, in the midst of the great depression, the wealthy and the powerful tried to promote a fascist state, several times. sadly, we lack an fdr for our age.
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this situation resembles fdr and the "liberty league" of the 1930's, when, in the midst of the great depression, the wealthy and the powerful tried to promote a fascist state, several times. sadly, we lack an fdr for our age.
yeah, we need him bad....

some of the many commie agendas FDR believed in and promoted.....

"More significantly, he had the Communist Party draft some of his radical social legislation, especially that which affected jobs and working conditions."

http://www.cpa.org.au/guardian/2009/1402/19-culture-and-life.htm
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Old 09-01-2010, 10:28 AM
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You're right. Most all the people we heard speak in that video are on the fringes of rational thought.

The Tea Partiers are correct in that govt. spending has gotten out of control. But my take is that many other problems escape their notice. It's all: govt. bad!

More going on than that.
the term "government" means "to control". the "controllers" are controlling the "controlees", might as well get used to the idea of being controlled.
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this situation resembles fdr and the "liberty league" of the 1930's, when, in the midst of the great depression, the wealthy and the powerful tried to promote a fascist state, several times. sadly, we lack an fdr for our age.
So glad that FDR saved us from fascism.
Is that what you really believe?
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I believe it, care to argue the point? Of course, I am referring to fascism imposed on us by the Axis powers, I assume you mean domestic. If it's domestic you want, I think most historians believed he saved capitalism from communism. FDR was a truly great president, my biggest disappointment has been that Obama seems to think Wilson was.
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I believe it, care to argue the point? Of course, I am referring to fascism imposed on us by the Axis powers, I assume you mean domestic. If it's domestic you want, I think most historians believed he saved capitalism from communism. FDR was a truly great president, my biggest disappointment has been that Obama seems to think Wilson was.
Depends on the criteria used to measure "greatness". If you measure the impact on future society, FDR was "great". I'm not convinced that his direction was "best", but it was not "worst".
If I am correctly reading between the lines, I think I agree if you mean that WW was NOT a great, or even a good President.

I had not considered that you meant that FDR saved from Axis fascism. There may be some merit to that statement.
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So glad that FDR saved us from fascism.
Is that what you really believe?
fascism from abroad, fascism from home (see gen.smedley butler and his refusal to take part in a fascist plot of the 1930's. or consider all the other powermad nutcases running around then)

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