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287 days ago.
by BobBarker
Kendall78
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Racial Group Guilt

This is just to gauge how you feel about racial group guilt when it comes to politics and cultural topics. Has the media or any organization ever made you feel that you couldn't debate about the topic of race because of the specific race you belong to?

 
 

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thegreek

True.

Posted 310 days ago.

Kendall78

I like to listen to her on occasion but she is a lot like Hannity and should only be taken in small doses at a time.

Posted 310 days ago.

thegreek

I love Michelle. You just cant stand the truth Munster.

Posted 310 days ago.

moderation

It is breitbart paranoia, asknot.Not long before he clocked(coked) out, breitbart exclaimed," we have more guns" than they do!

Posted 356 days ago.

thegreek

I really do not think there is a nickels worth of difference in all of them regardless of party. I think publicly they speak out against each other and then hit the golf course, or go behind closed doors and decide who is gonna play the good cop and who is gonna play the bad cop next week!! Whoever needs the publicity to get reelected and who is next in line to satisfy sponsors/campaign contributors !! All of them have their principles for sale...to the best lobbyists group..

Posted 356 days ago.

Kunectdots

November 2016 is light years away, politically speaking.

Remember how before October 1st of this year some folks around this country wanted some selected Republican's heads on a stick because of the government shutdown? BUY THEN ALONG CAME JONE'S (I mean Obama's) health care rollout.

Now it's "who, what, what shutdown? I just got a cancellation notice from my insurance carrier!"

Posted 356 days ago.

Kunectdots

Of course I have "a plan". But it would involve the removal of unnamed Obama Sergeant-at-arms John Boehner as Speaker of the House.

It's obvious to me that, in light of all the criminal muck on Obama's shoes, someone with lot's of power in the House is running interference for him concerning subpoena issuance against Obama's underlings. As long as Obama can count on his flank being guarded, by he who should be one of his chief inquisitors, Obama stands a good chance to remain slanted towards governance by fiat.

Posted 357 days ago.

Kunectdots

OH, PLEASE DON'T GO, ASKNOT! We'll give you a chance to take the floor and express what I always want to hear from every "Progressive".

If you could have your absolute wildest dreams come through for the direction in which you want our nation to be directed, what would they be from a legislative standpoint? Of course you will need to explain where the funding will arise from for each.

Please, stay and thrill us with your acumen.

Posted 357 days ago.

Kunectdots

So the sudden admission of 25 million new "citizens" (that ignored the legal process of immigration and violated our laws to get here) is 'good' for the nation...or, mainly, just Obama and his progressive agenda?

If it's the later, it's probably been given no more detailed consideration than the present advancement of UNIVERSAL HEALTH CARE INSURANCE.

I remember when US Rep. Joe Wilson yelled, "You lie" at the president during his heath care reform address. Congressman Wilson needed to expound on his thinking considering his accusation of the president, at that time, and make us realize that Obama WILL AWARD them tax-payer funded health care insurance once HE makes them citizens.

AGAIN, that's a Win/Win for them and one wonders which political party they will feel beholding to. You know the answer, don't you FRED?

Posted 357 days ago.

Kunectdots

asknot - I thought that all that border hoping was supposed to be solved by NAFTA (a bipartisan piece of legislation if there ever was one). But, NOPE! Maganavox moved out of New Jersey and beat a-s-s to Mexico, only to find out Juan liked to take too many siestas.

Now, THE CHINESE!!! That's where the people who "are much harder working folk than most white folk around here" reside.

And with the drunken sailor spending policies of Sugar Daddy Obama, you'd better get used to a huge increase of 'Chinatowns' here also.

HEY! Maybe we should forgo learning Spanish in favor of a little Cantonese.

BTW- When you say, "Something our folk could learn from", are you referring MAINLY to the stratum of the American people that constantly have their hands stuck out for all the tax-payer funded 'freebies' Obama can throw at them? That would make your argument here a circular one, at best, FRED.

Posted 357 days ago.

Kunectdots

Don't worry, my Dear. The "Southwest" culture is soon going to be here. I bet that sends a thrill up your leg. If your Black, it really shouldn't. But, again, the change in status of 25 million aliens will be another blessing bestowed upon you by your glorious leader.

Posted 357 days ago.

Kunectdots

“FOLKS are now, I think in talking to members, more cautious with regard to dealing with the president,” said Maryland Rep. Elijah Cummings, the senior Democrat on the House Oversight Committee and one of the first leaders in his state to endorse Obama’s presidential candidacy six year ago. Cummings, the White House’s biggest defender in a Republican-controlled committee whose agenda is waging war against the administration over Benghazi, the IRS scandal, a gun-tracking operation and now health care, said he still thinks Obama is operating with integrity. But he noted that not all his Democratic colleagues agree."

GOSH, ASKNOT!!! When Rep. Cummings uses the word "Folks", he gets a pass. When I use it AROUND YOU, I'm judged an unsophisticated Hick (from the 1920's). Is that about right???

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Posted 357 days ago.

thegreek

It is like I am gonna offer you $500 for that new car you just got and paid $30K for and go around town slamming your name cause you didnt accept my offer !!!

Posted 357 days ago.

thegreek

I fault him 100%... Instead of trying to be a dealmaker, he introduces something then goes on tour of the country complaining about how congress is S crewing him over..What about the seasoned senator Joe Biden???? He has a long history of dealing with congress and Obama wont let him take the reins and do it !!What is up with that??/ They were both elected to deal with this stuff but chose, from day 1 to circumvent congress, claiming he was gonna reform Wash DC and this is the result - GRIDLOCK...Totally HIS fault !!A great leader would try to get along !!Get him outta there NOW.

Posted 357 days ago.

thegreek

Asknot. It is HIS job to try and balance out the negative things that are said about him and he could care less so in my opinion, if you agree he is doing such a terrible job, you should call your congressman and voice your approval for impeachment.!! Once or twice I have given him the benefit of the doubt on here to try and stimulate some reasoning discussion about him to no avail.

Posted 357 days ago.

Kunectdots

asknot - Your idol, Obama, added his on special A-1 Sauce to the meal we shared called Martin/Zimmerman with "If I had a son, he'd look like Trayvon."

There was FAR LESS impetus for him to make any comment whatsoever about the issue than there would be for a media outlet, other than to try and profit POLITICALLY from tragedy and chaos (kinda like you're STILL apparently trying to do, FRED).

Posted 357 days ago.

thegreek

The Justice Department reports that between 1980 and 2008, "blacks were six times more likely than whites to be homicide victims and seven times more likely than whites to commit homicide." The dire implications of these numbers is evident in a Children's Defense Fund report that included a chilling historical perspective: The 44,038 black children killed by guns since 1979 (when national data on the age of gun violence victims was first collected) is "nearly 13 times more" than all the black people killed by lynching in the 86-year period of 1882 to 1968.

Posted 357 days ago.

thegreek

Juan Williams - One thing you don't hear much about in the discussions of guns: race. That is an astonishing omission, because race ought to be an inescapable part of the debate. Gun-related violence and murders are concentrated among blacks and Latinos in big cities. Murders with guns are the No. 1 cause of death for African-American men between the ages of 15 and 34. But talking about race in the context of guns would also mean taking on a subject that can't be addressed by passing a law: the family-breakdown issues that lead too many minority children to find social status and power in guns. Related VideoNew York City police commissioner Ray Kelly on whether stricter gun control laws really help prevent crime. The statistics are staggering. In 2009, for example, the Centers for Disease Control reported that 54% of all murders committed, overwhelmingly with guns, are murders of black people. Black people are about 13% of the population. The Justice Department reports that betw

Posted 357 days ago.

thegreek

And it is not a dream world I speak of. It is common decency and respect for your fellow man !!

Posted 357 days ago.

thegreek

Once again. The state of Florida reviewed the TM/GZ case and ruled there was no evidence of racism in the case. The racism came out in the trial by one side. The side that testified that TM said he was being followed by a "creepy a$s cracker". GZ had in fact mentored a minority kid before this event. GZ never uttered a rcaial comment. NBC news erroneously reported that he did and they are being sued for this and I hope GZ cleans their clocks on the case as they deserve !! NBC started the whole racial profiling crap that got the whole country worked up to begin with.!!!

Posted 357 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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