Fw: Profound Political Cartoons of the Day

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Subject: Profound Political Cartoons of the Day
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Fwd: FW: Fwd: Good Chinese Dog

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Subject: Good Chinese Dog


 
 Whether you own a dog or not, you must appreciate the efforts of this owner to sell her dog. Look at the picture and then read the sales pitch below...... 

Dog For Sale ------ Free to good home. Excellent guard dog.
Owner cannot afford to feed him anymore, as there are no more drug pushers, thieves, murderers, or molesters left in the neighborhood for him to eat. Most of them knew Jethro only by his Chinese Street name, Ho Lee Schitt.



Fwd: FW: SHORT VIDEO FROM MY PICK UP TRUCK (WEST TX STDIO)

Subject: SHORT VIDEO FROM MY PICK UP TRUCK (WEST TX STDIO)

 
He  makes reference to the
muslim  kid that took
   a clock he made to school and they thought it was a bomb
and our president
   made a big deal about it,like there are no more
important things to worry
   about,but was a MUSLIM kid

     Thought  you might want to hear this short speech…

Fwd: Boombox


   
Why the LA Times Stopped Carrying Cartoonist Diaz? The cartoonist Dixon Diaz can say more in a few little squares than the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and the Kansas City RED Star can – combined! 

 









  
"Any man who thinks he can be happy and prosperous by letting the Government take care of him, better take a closer look at the American Indian."----- Henry Ford

Fwd: Shopping in Texas!!!!

 This is great!!!!

 
This little video only takes about 20 seconds, BUT YOU MUST HAVE YOUR SOUND ON!
 

Fwd: One View: While the US needs jobs, Democrats offering the candy store

One View: While the US needs jobs, Democrats offering the candy store


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(Photo: Provided to the RGJ)
I was watching the most recent Democratic Party debate. There was the inevitable nominee who leads because she is a woman against the self-identified socialist and an odd third party who held up his hand and was consistently ignored by the moderators. The context quickly turned into a contest to see who could promise more to the public.
Bernie wants to give free college to youngsters and Hillary wants to tell employers how much they must pay their employees and of course to make sure women get paid equally to men for the same job. Who still thinks your pay should be based on your sex?
With the escalating cost of college and our growing national debt, Bernie’s option seems a pipe dream. (Even Hillary thinks it is untenable.) He will pay for it by breaking up the big banks and making them pay their “fair share.” Fair share is a consistent line used by the Democrats and works only when “they” determine what the “fair share” owed actually is. There once was a feeling in the country that socialism was anti-American. What’s funny is that Democrats can’t tell you the difference between a Democrat and a Socialist.
Hillary wants to raise the minimum wage to $15 per hour. Why not $25 or higher? What experience does she have on meeting a payroll? I thought it was the “private sector.” How much involvement do we want our government to have in the private sector? Most low-wage jobs are entry-level jobs. If you were an employer, would you willingly pay an entry-level employee twice today’s minimum wage? These jobs have traditionally been an opportunity for teenagers to get their feet wet in the workplace. For the first time in their life they must listen to a boss, not a parent. Parents don’t fire you. Bosses do (although I’ve found that employees usually “fire themselves” by their actions or attitudes). The first job is a vital step in developing maturity and promotes self-discipline and pride in their successes.
And then there was Martin O’Malley. ’Nuff said.
Each Democratic proposal is like dangling a carrot in front of a horse. Vote for me and I’ll give you this carrot or that carrot. What America wants is jobs. There is an old saying: “Figures lie and liars figure.” Take our unemployment rate, for instance. Does anyone really believe that our unemployment rate is 5 percent? Does anyone really feel the economy is in recovery? Two percent growth for seven years is not a recovery. If a Republican were in charge, the media would be calling for heads to roll. Remember the next time the carrot is offered, someone will have to pay for it. The way that all their schemes are funded is by raising taxes. The Democrats always bash trickle-down economics but their methods have developed a new economic designation. I call it “trickle-down poverty.”
When you go to the polls this year, consider where we are headed as a nation. If you want the candy store, vote Democrat. If you want to control your destiny and get rewards for accomplishments rather than participation, vote Republican. Either way, cast your vote!
Bill Hissam

Fwd: FW: ROW! ROW! ROW!

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Boat filled with seniors intercepted off the Texas coast!! 




The Navy today intercepted a boatload of people off the Texas coast.

This confounded the Navy as the boat was not heading to the USA,
but towards Mexico and Central America.

Adding to the dilemma, the boat was filled with white American seniors.

 They claim that they were trying to reach Mexico or Central America and that they planned to return to the US as
 illegal immigrants. Then they would be entitled to far more  benefits than they were receiving as legitimate American
 retirees.

It is reported that the Navy gave them food and  water and assisted them on their journey.

We are booking on the next boat. Let me know if you want to join us.


Fwd: FW: This helps explain it

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Where does the asymmetry come from? American conservatives tend to be Christians or Jews. Liberals tend to be atheists or agnostics. (Yes, there are exceptions-to nearly everything, always; but that doesn't mean we can stop thinking.) Almost all human beings need religion, as subway-riders need overhead grab bars. The religious impulse strikes conservatives and liberals alike. But conservatives usually practice the religion of their parents and ancestors; liberals have mostly shed their Judaism or Christianity, and politics fills the obvious spiritual gap. You mightmake football, rock music, or hard science your chosen faith. Some people do. But politics, with its underlying principles and striking public ceremonies, is the obvious religion substitute.
Hence the gross asymmetry of modern politics. For most conservatives, politics is just politics. For most liberals, politics is their faith, in default of any other; it is the basis of their moral life.

-- David Galernter in What Explains the Vicious Left?

FW: Fwd: No, Hillary Clinton is not the first woman to be nominated by a political party for president

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No, Hillary Clinton is not the first woman to be nominated by a political party for president. Victoria Woodhull was, and she didn't even have the right to vote, nor did her running mate, Frederick Douglass. Her story is a hell of a lot more inspiring than Hillary Clinton's, Victoria Woodhull wasn't part of a political machine, she was a champion of women's suffrage at a time when such a notion was extraordinarily unpopular.



 
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