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   Lonestar Jack posted on Main Page The Lobby  And these guys are investigating the wrong doings in Obama's administration?
   January 25 at 18:07 EST .

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   Lonestar Jack posted on Main Page The Lobby  Theodore Roosevelt's words go well for those who won't stand for the Anthem -

"We can have no "50-50" allegiance in this country. Either a man is an American and nothing else, or he is not an American at all." — Theodore Roosevelt

My sentiments exactly.
   November 21 at 20:46 EST .

   18 people like this.

   MeiDei  Exactly, and why hyphenated identification putting America secondary is wrong. Many years ago we were taught to refer to ourselves as Americans and if necessary - of (fill in nation ) descent. The tribalization of America will lead eventually to chaos - you have to wonder who would benefit from that. Too often we forget Lincoln's (biblical ) quote: "a house divided against itself cannot stand".
November 22 at 08:01 EST .

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   Lonestar Jack posted on Main Page The Lobby  Makes sense to me: NRA support of second amendment;

1 illegally purchased rifle = 26 dead

1 legally purchased rifle = 1 dead criminal
November 7 at 11:31 EST .

   9 people like this.

   Fireball27  Anti-gunners are so stupid! They keep saying "you don't need" a large capacity magazine. They don't seem to get the fact our Second Amendment is for being able to fight against the GOVERNMENT, if we ever need to. It is not about hunting. It is about self-defense from anything and anyone.
November 8 at 12:24 EST .

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   Lonestar Jack posted on Main Page The Lobby  I see that some people are having backup problems. It boils done to how much time, money and effort you think insurance on your data is worth. I can't answer that for you, but when I have a computer question one of the best places to get an answer is . Somewhere in his vast collection of discussions I can usually find an answer.
Hope this helps
October 6 at 12:16 EST .

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   Lonestar Jack posted on Main Page The Lobby  In response to:"ESPN “SC6” host Jemele Hill sparked a firestorm of controversy for ESPN after she accused President Donald Trump of being a “white supremacist.”

ESPN invited her back because 2 other black announcers turned them down and they felt they needed black announcers.
Utterly stupid, but it reflects the mentality of Disney and ESPN execs,
The thing to do is let the advertisers know that you will not buy products from company who foster this BLM type garbage.
September 15 at 13:29 EST .

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   Tulsa  The thing to do is never watch ESPN.
September 15 at 17:27 EST .

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   MeiDei  Long time no see, Tulsa - hoping all is well.
September 15 at 22:38 EST .

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   GO3  Some years ago Jamele Hill wandered off the reservation and wrote a column which actually castigated black men in general and black athletes in particular for being crappy role models, having a high crime rate, etc. All of this was true, but by acknowledging the truth she unleashed hell on herself. Her following columns tempered all of that until she gradually came home and has been writing the standard "us against the man" stuff ever since. She will not be fired because she did as she was told years ago and now she has carried it to her logical extreme. I follow Tulsa's advice and don't watch ESPN or go to their website. If I need sports info, I use Jamele may fade away over time, but only of ESPN execs have a big change of heart.
September 16 at 01:36 EST .

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   Tulsa  Hello sweet Mei. We had scheduled things and then unscheduled things happened (iows, life ), both here and with family in SC. It's going to be another 6?8? weeks of 'not regularly programmed' living.

We are all in the Lord's hands and I would dearly love prayer for us and our family in SC.
September 16 at 09:32 EST .

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   StormCnter  I'm sorry you're going through some challenging times, Tulsa. You will be on my prayer list.
September 16 at 09:44 EST .

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   MeiDei  Be still and know that you are in His care. You & your extended family are in our prayers.
September 16 at 13:06 EST .

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   Tulsa  Thank you both.
September 16 at 15:56 EST .

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   Lonestar Jack posted on Main Page The Lobby  Any relation?
   July 15 at 20:38 EST .

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   Lonestar Jack posted on Main Page The Lobby  I am perplexed as to why the liberal news outlets bemoan the horrific killing of all the children by the Syrians etc and yet continue to elect pro-abortion politicians. I suspect they can spin some reason for being for and against the same position.
   April 10 at 14:54 EST .

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   Kono  Because to them the will of the mother decides whether the baby is really a life? People who reject the idea of God as stupid are some of the first to ascribe Godlike powers to the human will. (Ability to create life and change sex with the flip of a thought... )
April 11 at 15:26 EST .

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   GO3  For a mother to be pro-abortion she must not only view her desires above God, but she must also think of the child as nothing more than a tumor as an extension of her body rather than a new life relying on the mother for support. She is not only spiritually devoid, but also scientifically ignorant.
April 13 at 00:08 EST .

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   Lonestar Jack posted on Main Page The Lobby  Football is a serious sport in Texas, and yet has a sympathetic side.

Cherokee has a big sign in town (? ) proclaiming 6 man football championships in '73 '75 '78.

Iraan is a city in Pecos County, Texas, United States. The population was 1,229 at the 2010 census. It was named for Ira and Ann Yates, owners of the ranch land upon which the town was built.

The site
is about one of this years championship games.
December 17 at 14:09 EST .

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   StormCnter  Iraan is home country for my family. My mother graduated from Iraan high school, my uncle established the town's first bank, my dad had a gas station in 1933. It's a place full of good people and stout hearts. And a very good football team, too. Anyone pronouncing the town's name correctly (eye-ra-ann ) gets a smile. Natives say (eye-ry-ann ).
Thanks for posting this, Jack.
December 18 at 06:17 EST .

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   Lonestar Jack posted on Main Page The Lobby  I just was reading where some GOP'ers want Romney to apologize to Trump for the disparaging things he said during the debates. I ask -- why would any sincere respectable man have to be told/asked to apologize for his actions?
To me it wouldn't be heartfelt. Something like say anything to get the Secy of State job.
Trump does not need this type of snake on his team.
November 25 at 12:46 EST .

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   GO3  I agree. For what Romney did I would let him apologize, then later in the day I'd name someone else as SoS. If Romney's apology was sincere, he's be magnanimous about the appointment and not whine about it.
November 26 at 00:59 EST .

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   Lonestar Jack posted on Main Page The Lobby  Just wondering --
Obama's closest advisor is Valery Jarrett.
Hillary's closest advisor is Huma Abedin.
Who is America's enemy in this "war".

Our enemy is a branch of the Muslin religion.
Are Jarrett and Abedin connected with any Muslims?

It doesn't make sense to me -- so why would anyone vote for Hillary who relies on Abedin for guidance unless they are pro Muslim and therefore pro Sharia?
November 1 at 12:24 EST .

   6 people like this.

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