Where's our super hero?

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    Apr 30, 2015 5:04 AM GMT
    Things are breaking up and falling apart and I'll be dammed if an old hag gets in office to declare martial law and forge less freedoms that her predecessor's started.

    Politicians like civil unrest. It allows them to remove more of "our freedoms" and implement false social reforms that keep them in power. That's what's going on now. They set the stage for FEAR.

    Get that fucking sour ass bitch out of this country and get me someone who I can call my HERO!

    I would rather see a gay man as President than a white woman ANY DAY!
    Get me someone who truly has this country's best at heart. Dr.Condoleezza Rice?
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    Apr 30, 2015 5:17 AM GMT
    Um. She isn't a guy.


    Just say'n......


    :-)
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    Apr 30, 2015 5:24 AM GMT
    2bnaked said
    YVRguy saidUm. She isn't a guy.


    Just say'n......


    :-)


    Yeah, I know. She's a conservative Black and Brilliant woman.


    She's not a lying white piece of Arkansas city trailer park trash either
  • Svnw688

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    Apr 30, 2015 5:25 AM GMT
    Bush's puppet?

    She's played her political cards. Exiled to academia now. Not a bad fall back, but not Presidential by any means. Same with Cheney. And Powell.
  • Svnw688

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    Apr 30, 2015 5:26 AM GMT
    "It wasn't specific, I believe it said, Bin Laden determined to attack in the U.S."

    That CIA urgent report Bush and she didn't read, three times, for months. icon_rolleyes.gificon_rolleyes.gificon_rolleyes.gif
  • Svnw688

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    Apr 30, 2015 5:27 AM GMT
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DIpEwGmSsmM
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    Apr 30, 2015 5:27 AM GMT
    Svnw688 said Bush's puppet?

    She's played her political cards. Exiled to academia now. Not a bad fall back, but not Presidential by any means. Same with Cheney. And Powell.


    She didn't want it!

    Puppet or not, Her IQ is as high or higer than yours!icon_wink.gif

    I would vote for you over the Trailer Dump that's running now!

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    Apr 30, 2015 5:36 AM GMT
    “Basking in estrogen”: Maureen Dowd offers predictably sexist take on Hillary Clinton’s campaign

    New York Times columnist suggests "granny" Clinton stop "basking in estrogen" and learn to campaign as a woman


    @Svnw688 read below....
    http://www.salon.com/2015/04/20/basking_in_estrogen_maureen_dowd_offers_predictably_sexist_take_on_hillary_clintons_campaign/
  • bobbobbob

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    Apr 30, 2015 5:57 AM GMT
    2bnaked saidThings are breaking up and falling apart and I'll be dammed if an old hag gets in office to declare martial law and forge less freedoms that her predecessor's started.

    Politicians like civil unrest. It allows them to remove more of "our freedoms" and implement false social reforms that keep them in power. That's what's going on now. They set the stage for FEAR.

    Get that fucking sour ass bitch out of this country and get me someone who I can call my HERO!

    I would rather see a gay man as President than a white woman ANY DAY!
    Get me someone who truly has this country's best at heart. Dr.Condoleezza Rice?


    It's funny you'd mention Condoleeza. Just last night I looked her up to see what she's doing. She's at Stanford U and obviously avoiding publicity.

    I got a crazy notion back in 1991 and wrote a handwritten letter to the woman I most admired in politics and asked her to run for president. A couple of weeks later I received a handwritten reply from her, thanking me for writing her and declining to run for any office. She also returned my letter with a note attached to it saying for me to keep both letters to pass on to my children in hopes that one day they'd be worth something to a collector. She signed it as just Jeane.

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    Apr 30, 2015 6:01 AM GMT
    bobbobbob said
    2bnaked saidThings are breaking up and falling apart and I'll be dammed if an old hag gets in office to declare martial law and forge less freedoms that her predecessor's started.

    Politicians like civil unrest. It allows them to remove more of "our freedoms" and implement false social reforms that keep them in power. That's what's going on now. They set the stage for FEAR.

    Get that fucking sour ass bitch out of this country and get me someone who I can call my HERO!

    I would rather see a gay man as President than a white woman ANY DAY!
    Get me someone who truly has this country's best at heart. Dr.Condoleezza Rice?


    It's funny you'd mention Condoleeza. Just last night I looked her up to see what she's doing. She's at Stanford U and obviously avoiding publicity.

    I got a crazy notion back in 1991 and wrote a handwritten letter to the woman I most admired in politics and asked her to run for president. A couple of weeks later I received a handwritten reply from her, thanking me for writing her and declining to run for any office. She also returned my letter with a note attached to it saying for me to keep both letters to pass on to my children in hopes that one day they'd be worth something to a collector. She signed it as just Jeane.

    jeane.jpg


    Your a PROACTIVE MAN!!

    Awesome.....
  • Svnw688

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    Apr 30, 2015 6:06 AM GMT
    ^^I can buy that. I wrote to Justice Stevens (after telling my law professor how much I admired his work/jurisprudence, and she kept saying 'just write him a letter to say what you feel, you never know, he might write back' One of the best surprises of my life, a typed letter from him that I could tell he typed or dictated because of the tone, and personally signed--I think a few months after I mailed mine. I didn't even know where to mail it, I think I sent it to his 'foundation' and it apparently somehow got to him. The only possession I have that I value more is my (late) father's personal/family leather-bound Bible (that still smells like his pipe tobacco).


    I did get to hear Justice Scalia speak in late 2008 or early 2009 when he visited Duke, and got to meet him personally, and I must admit he was very likeable and personable. However, some of the ideology he espoused was a hot crock of you know what. Of course, I respected him and made pleasant. But I didn't ask for an autograph, and I don't regret that decision.

    Stevens and Marshall will likely always be my favorite jurists. icon_cool.gif