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Thursday, August 22, 2013

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Locutisprime

Everything is complicated with the whacko looney scientology left. I say? We ought to take the Nancy Pelosi philosophy toward global warming. Just let it happen and wait and see what's in it.

Hells bells! It could be something wonderful!

Whadaya say?

Obama care is bound to cover it! Right?

And since when did Al Gore get special dispensation to call it global warming again? It is climate change Bucko! Stick with the meme? Or they will find another poster child for brain damaged former politicos with a cause and without a clue!

tim The Godless Heathen

They said they had a consensus, they said it’s settled science. And yet…years and years and years latter… they still are trying to make their argument. Weird.

And another inconvenient truth, Al -

“I remember as a boy when the conversation on civil rights was won in the South”

It is easy to control the minds of a people. All one has to do is change history by lying about the past. This is exactly what has happened with the legacy of former Democratic U.S. Senator Al Gore, Sr. of Tennessee - the father of our current vice president - and his mythical "support" of civil rights.

In a recent speech to the NAACP, Vice President Gore said his father lost his Senate seat because he supported civil rights legislation. Fellow black Americans, let me set history straight. Al Gore, Sr., together with the rest of the southern Democrats, voted against the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

Congressional Quarterly reported that, in the House of Representatives, 61% of Democrats (152 for, 96 against) voted for the Civil Rights Act as opposed to 80% of Republicans (138 for, 38 against). In the Senate, 69% of Democrats (46 for, 21 against) voted for the Act while 82% of Republicans did (27 for, 6 against). All southern Democrats voted against the Act.

http://www.nationalcenter.org/P21NVDavisGore599.html

Freakin’ facts, let’s not let them get in the way. Right, Al?

Also, AL, you sold your network to Al Jazeera which is owned by the government of Qatar. And they produce all that supposed Global Warming/Climate Changing oil. I guess if you, Al, make money off it it’s OK. Otherwise…the world is going to end.

Jackwagon extradinaire.

Rick

Nicely done tim... dude, when are you getting a blog? And don't tell me you have one and I've missed it... please.

tim The Godless Heathen

Rick, I'm very content her at BH. And I much appreciate the opportunity to run my mouth.

I need to post more but someone needs to run my business.

Besides, if I did have a blog, it basically look like BH (besides the obvious). Many stories you post are ones I would post.

So, you're stuck with me, Dude.

Rick

That my friend is a very good thing.

'preciate ya tim-ster!

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