The real love that lies within us shines through here and there and provides the beacons for the next and next and next generation.I was very lucky to have the grandparents I did. Although they were far away so I saw them a few weeks at a time I learned much from them. In a chaotic young life they were an immobile rock to cling to. Very lucky indeed.
Honestly I don't care either way: That's Israels and the ME problem, not the US. My point is, I don't care what Chuck said because he is correct. Exactly why do so many Pols go out of their way to suckup to the Jewish lobby? Why is the Jewish lobby so influential in US politics given the Jewish voting % of the US?Keep in mind that the Jews are not the ones running Isreal. The Zionists are, and the Jews openly oppose them:
That's the best part. He could've walked it back by saying he didn't understand it to be a racist term, but he went all in. "I don't want it to look like it was built by black people."I love how he clarified himself with "afro-americanized."
"Sorry about what might have been a terrible slip of the tongue, let me remove any doubt that I just think black people do shitty work."
He absolutely should resign over that.
If it indicates German build quality, shouldn't jerry-rigged be a compliment? :hmm:The Cree around here (probably the Sioux too) refer to white guys as moony ass
I've never heard anyone say N rig anything, we always said Jerry-rigged it, same meaning
I hear it here, but ghetto-rig is used a lotI heard people using it when I worked in the north/mid-west including New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont, New York, Michigan, Wisconsin, Illinois, Iowa, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Indiana. True the term is heard more often in the south.
Exactly. So why the big fuss? He will be gone soon enough and probably replaced by some black person just to poke fun at him. I mean isn't that why we vote now considering that it really doesn't matter who you vote for since their (both parties) prime directive is the removal of our guaranteed rights?you are right. he has freedom of saying it. he does not have freedom to avoid repercussions of it.
That's an extremely inaccurate way of representing the issue.Keep in mind that the Jews are not the ones running Isreal. The Zionists are, and the Jews openly oppose them:
That will change, on the down low at least, when drones are small enough to fly one up someones nose and explode. Or at least the size of a bird.Its a shame Americans no longer assinate political figures anymore.
Obviously both length and girth must be taken into consideration.Can we get some clarification on this please? I might not be able to touch the bottom of a tuna can but I can damn sure split the sides.
Because they are the best buds we have in the region and a substantial portion of our economies lifeblood comes from said region and if said lifeblood was somehow cutoff we would be forced into a depression that no one alive today has ever seen.Honestly I don't care either way: That's Israels and the ME problem, not the US. My point is, I don't care what Chuck said because he is correct. Exactly why do so many Pols go out of their way to suckup to the Jewish lobby? Why is the Jewish lobby so influential in US politics given the Jewish voting % of the US?
Shouldn't that be the people he represents choice? Why do you believe that you should have a say in it whatsoever?I agree, but not when you are in Public Office. Part of the public are the very people who he spoke ignorantly in reference too.