We Shall Overcome

Posted in 2014 Election on November 3rd, 2014

Democrats - Still the same old Nigger-Drivers
We Shall Overcome

We shall overcome and bend the arc of the moral universe to true justice…if we vote for such course of action. We shall overcome the fact that the Democrats have yoked the Blacks into their traces and set them plodding to the polls…if we vote against them. We shall overcome and let be heard unto the Heavens that no lie can live forever…if we vote so that this cry can be sounded in victory.

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Obama’s Painful Honesty

Posted in Humor, Politics on June 14th, 2014

Obama Honest
Obama’s Painful Honesty

Obama is certainly and most rightly not known for his honesty. The boy rarely seems to be able, much less willing, to speak the truth. One must, however, remember that even pathological liars do speak honestly at times and Obama is not exempt from this.

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Many Have Asked

Posted in Humor, Philosophy, Politics on June 4th, 2014

What is the nature of reality? It’s a question that many have asked and that many, many more have thought to answer.

If Obama gave a speech in a forest and there was no-one to hear him would he still lie
Would He Still Lie?

The Bishop of Cloyne, George Berkeley asked this, as did William Fossett. So too did Albert Einstein, Charles Riborg Mann, and George Ransom Twiss. Indeed, throughout the modern age the question has been posed in publications as diverse as The Chautauquan and Scientific American.

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