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    Quote Originally Posted by Eyelids View Post
    LA, Chicago and NYC are also the three most populous cities in the USA and have larger GDP's than most red states.

    I know you guys dont want to admit it, but the blue states are much more important than the red ones. And the fastest growing city in the US, Austin TX, is bluer than the sky.
    What does that have to do with the Magic Negro being a tool of the commie agenda.

    BTW, the socialist/ commies have already infiltrated big cities like LA that are anti-military, pro increased taxes, anti-gun, anti-federal laws, etc. etc. Even that scumbag mayor of yours and the DC mayor say they will not abide by the DC Supreme Court Decision on guns. What do you call it when a politician openly disobeys laws of the land. Got news for you, it's not Democracy.
     

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    I think it's awesome that Chicago has so much clout that they can have whatever the locals want in terms of laws. People dont want guns here, and our laws reflect that desire. Since when is that not democracy?
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eyelids View Post
    I think it's awesome that Chicago has so much clout that they can have whatever the locals want in terms of laws. People dont want guns here, and our laws reflect that desire. Since when is that not democracy?
    Ummm, that would be anarchy.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eyelids View Post
    LA, Chicago and NYC are also the three most populous cities in the USA and have larger GDP's than most red states.

    I know you guys dont want to admit it, but the blue states are much more important than the red ones. And the fastest growing city in the US, Austin TX, is bluer than the sky.
    I'm an urban republican myself and love NYC. I will however admit that you'll find the most parasites in the populus cities such as the ones you mentioned above, while you'll find the majority of the producers and self-sufficient people in the red states. They're the country's backbone, and will remain so as long as the blue states have such heavily regulated economies.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eyelids View Post
    I think it's awesome that Chicago has so much clout that they can have whatever the locals want in terms of laws. People dont want guns here, and our laws reflect that desire. Since when is that not democracy?
    God, you are really stupid. For example, if a city decides that they want segregation back in the schools, that would be alright with you. How about, if a city decided they wanted to legalize all drugs; that would be alright with you. Let's chunk all the Supreme Court rulings in the trash and allow the states to make their own laws. BTW, did the citizens vote on the gun issue? If not, how do you know that a majority don't want guns. As much crime as you'll have in the inter-city, people need to furnish their own protection. Bet you would not walk down many streets on the south side without packing.

    Was Civics a required course when you attended H.S. or was it replaced with Ebonics?
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eyelids View Post
    I think it's awesome that Chicago has so much clout that they can have whatever the locals want in terms of laws. People dont want guns here, and our laws reflect that desire. Since when is that not democracy?
    The majority violates the rights of the minority by forcefully removing their right to defend themselves. They sacrifice their freedom for alleged security, though this actually works against its intention as it only serves to disarm law-abiding citizens. There should be an amendment in the Constitution to safeguard the individual rights of the minority from the tyranny of the majority... This is a Constitutional Republic, not a Democracy -- the word "Democracy" is not even mentioned in the Constitution. Not once.

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    Special Report: Red Faces Over Obama’s Red MentorPrint This


    In a strange development, supporters of Barack Obama’s childhood mentor, Frank Marshall Davis, are openly debating the nature and depth of Davis’s commitment to the Communist Party and his relationship with the Democrat candidate. The debate has gotten heated.
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    Obama Confirms Relationship with CPUSA Member
    August 15, 2008
    By Cliff Kincaid

    With the release of a 40-page "Unfit for Publication" report attacking Jerome Corsi's new book, The Obama Nation, it should be obvious that the media-backed presidential candidate, Barack Obama, is terrified of having his carefully concealed communist and foreign connections exposed to public view.



    However, the Obama campaign's attack on Corsi's book and Corsi personally acknowledges on pages 9 and 10 of its report that the mysterious "Frank" in Obama's 1995 book, Dreams From My Father, is in fact the Communist Party USA (CPUSA) member Frank Marshall Davis. This identification by AIM and others hasn't been disputed by the media, which has desperately tried to ignore the Obama-Davis relationship, but the Obama campaign has not responded to it until now.

    The admission that Obama's mentor was Frank Marshall Davis, an identified CPUSA member, can only add to growing public concern about Obama's relationship with a Communist pawn of Moscow who was the subject of security investigations by the FBI and various congressional committees which examined Soviet activities in the U.S.


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    The endorsement is no surprise if his childhood mentor was a CPUSA member.
     

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    A Canadian newspaper has a great roundup of the story here: http://canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/4203 culminating with this

    Wilkins’ final sentence should be considered when reading Frank Marshall Davis’s words to the young Obama: “…you may be a well-trained, well-paid n****r, but you’re a n****r just the same.” Then as now, Communists see African-Americans as merely a tool with which to acquire power and are quite willing to send highly self-destructive messages in pursuit of that power.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bijou View Post
    A Canadian newspaper has a great roundup of the story here: http://canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/4203 culminating with this
    The headline says it all:

    Obama Confirms Relationship with CPUSA Member
    So Obama does have some responsibility for CPUSA supporting him and has some history with the group.

    The admission that Obama’s mentor was Frank Marshall Davis, an identified CPUSA member, can only add to growing public concern about Obama’s relationship with a Communist pawn of Moscow who was the subject of security investigations by the FBI and various congressional committees which examined Soviet activities in the U.S.

    According to these official documents, cited first by AIM and also by Corsi in his book, Davis was a secret CPUSA member who became a member of an underground communist apparatus in Hawaii. As late as the 1970s, Davis was involved with a CPUSA front organization, the American Committee for Protection of Foreign Born, dedicated to keeping foreign communists such as labor leader Harry Bridges from being deported from the U.S. Davis, a friend of Bridges, a secret CPUSA member, became Obama’s mentor during the years 1975-1979.

    But the Obama report makes no admission that Davis was a communist and doesn’t dispute anything Corsi documents about Davis’s membership in the Communist Party. Instead, the report picks and chooses from Obama’s book in order to try to put some distance between Obama and Davis. The report attempts to play down instances in which Obama soaks up Davis’s anti-American thoughts and pro-communist “poetry.”

    But if the relationship were so innocent, why didn’t Obama identify Frank by his full name in his book and denounce his communist and anti-American views? Why doesn’t he denounce those views now?
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eyelids View Post
    I think it's awesome that Chicago has so much clout that they can have whatever the locals want in terms of laws. People dont want guns here, and our laws reflect that desire. Since when is that not democracy?
    I would bet that it's more that people don't want criminals to have guns, i.e. those wonderful gang bangers that have become as well known as the skyline.
     

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