You decide, I am pretty good with PhotoShop, but this is anatomically correct!

You decide, I am pretty good with PhotoShop, but this is anatomically correct!

As any American knows, we place our right hand over
our heart when we recite the Pledge of Allegiance or
stand when addressing the US flag.

And for anyone who thinks this may be a mirror-image
picture, please note the wedding rings on the ring
fingers of their LEFT HANDS and the RIGHT side of the
"Messiah's" suit coat where the buttons are.

Are these two morons that clueless or is this a
deliberate slight against America?
You decide.

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4 years 52 weeks ago, 3:18 PM

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Looks like

blatent disrespect to me but I am biased..lol

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4 years 52 weeks ago, 4:16 PM

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Seriously... How did this guy end up president? Are we tired of the electoral college yet? How about the voting age being 18??? I don't know about you but unless you are in the military at age 18 I cannot see why you would have the right to vote...

Obama and his wife always seem to look so mean and just nasty...

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3 years 15 weeks ago, 2:22 PM

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TLtactical wrote:
Seriously... How did this guy end up president? Are we tired of the electoral college yet? How about the voting age being 18??? I don't know about you but unless you are in the military at age 18 I cannot see why you would have the right to vote...

Obama and his wife always seem to look so mean and just nasty...

This is a fake picture!! Look at the Marine in the background! His decorations are on the wrong side!! This image has been flipped.. Its sad that it takes a whole 30 seconds to throw off so many people by flipping an image. wow

3 years 15 weeks ago, 3:01 PM

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Satire Eludes you...

sad...

No sir, he fell into that bullet... Never argue with a stupid person. They'll just drag you down to their level and beat you with experience!!
4 years 52 weeks ago, 4:20 PM

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oh look its the

Butt ugly Martians!

4 years 52 weeks ago, 4:28 PM

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Yep TL,

I have always belived in the "one man one vote" approach not the electorial college hokus pokus.

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4 years 52 weeks ago, 5:45 PM

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I believe that at age 25 would be a more appropriate age for the average "citizen" as well... I don't want babies deciding my fate based on their illogical reasoning skills...

Then one vote = one person and let the actual popular vote decide!

Best Regards TL “It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.” ---Aristotle Greek critic, philosopher, physicist, & zoologist (384 BC - 322 BC)
4 years 52 weeks ago, 4:48 PM

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This issue gets back to states' rights and the 10th amendment. If you abolished the electoral college, then California, Illinois, and New York would decide every election. The fly over states shouldn't even bother to vote. The Electoral College puts a small state (population OR size) more on a par with a populous state.

Before the Civil War citizens thought of "The United States of America" as a plural. X number of independent states were banded together via the Federal government to pursue common interests, including defense and (it was important then) a common postal service. Citizens referred to themselves as citizens of the state first. They would say, "I am a Virginian." Robert E. Lee, who had attended west Point and was an Army General, was asked to head the Union Army. He refused because his state, Virginia, was seceding from the Union. His loyalty was to his state, not the USA. After the Civil war, "The United States of America" was considered more and more in the singular. After all,, the North had just finished totally trampling the independent southern states.

Since then, of course, the strength and size of the Federal government has grown tremendously to the point that it controls more and more of our lives. The overall tax rate in the USA, when you consider federal, state, and local taxes, is over 50%. King George the III imposed a 14% tax rate, and for that we went to war.

Don't blow off the Electoral College without understanding the implications of the consequences. The left would love for that to happen. It would make their job of turning us into a communist country ever so much easier.

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4 years 52 weeks ago, 5:50 PM

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You have made good points, however you have now delved into a furtherance of the topic into other areas that I disagree with regarding our current situation.

We need to get back to being citizens of Arizona, adn not this federalist empire of allowing the tyranny of the majority and even at times the tyranny of the minority to force us to comply with idealologies that we may find unappealing or completely wrong. Abe Lincoln was in my humble honest opinion the beginning of the end. His Federalist agenda pushed a county into civil war. That is a whole other story....

Good points made though... We just have many things we need to fix in this country. The president should not be as important of a person as he has been made...

Best Regards TL “It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.” ---Aristotle Greek critic, philosopher, physicist, & zoologist (384 BC - 322 BC)
4 years 52 weeks ago, 5:02 PM

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and it is doctored...however, Obama is left handed! Don't know about Michelle...yes, the electoral college has it's place. But just take a listen to Rand Paul...he is getting blasted for his stances right now, because the pinned him in the corner about The Feds place and states rights. He didn't really react to it properly...but the other day on Rush LImbaugh's radio show (which I get to listen to for one hour at work each night), his replacement that day was a Walter E. Williams...if you guys/gals have not read this guy or heard him speak, please don't delay further. Here is part of his Wikipedia page:

Economic and political views
As an economist, Williams often speaks and writes in favor of free market economics and against socialist systems and government intervention. He has said "That's a challenge I love: making economics fun and understandable."

Williams supports legalization of selling one's own bodily organs on the grounds that it increases the supply of organs for transplant. He also makes the libertarian argument that the true proof of whether or not an individual owns something is whether or not he/she has the right to sell it. If selling organs is illegal, he says, then, consequently, individuals do not own their own bodies.[3]

Williams is an outspoken champion of black education and private school vouchers, indicting the public education system, as perpetrating "a fraud against African-American students and families by lowered standards."[citation needed] He is also a critic of the minimum wage and affirmative action, believing that both practices are detrimental to both blacks and liberty. Williams especially emphasizes his belief that racism and the legacy of slavery in the United States are overemphasized as problems faced by the black community and do not adequately explain the situation blacks face today.

Holding libertarian viewpoints, Williams criticizes gun control as endangering the innocent and failing to reduce crime. Though an African American, he opposes anti-discrimination laws on the libertarian grounds of freedom of association.

He said, "I praise lassez-faire capitalism as being the most moral and most productive system man has ever devised. Capitalism is relatively new in human history. Prior to capitalism, the way people amassed great wealth was by looting, plundering and enslaving their fellow man. Capitalism made it possible to become wealthy by serving your fellow man."[4]

He has gone on record as advocating the Free State Project in at least two columns and once on television. The Williams endorsement correlated with the largest single membership jump in the first 5000 phase of the project, a jump even higher than the results of the project being Slashdotted. He also believes in the right of U.S. states to secede from the union as several states attempted to do during the Civil War.[5] Williams, like most of the American Founders, has supported or been sympathetic toward various secessionist ideas in his writings.[6] "As I got a little older I had it mostly polished when I was in college in terms of the ideas of liberty. And also I must have read Thomas Paine’s Common Sense I don’t know how many times. At least twenty-thirty times, and that kind of instilled some radical ideas in me as Thomas Paine was trying to instill in the colonists. Affirmative action has led to, I believe, many Black people expecting favors from the system and not working as hard as they otherwise would, that is if you know that you can get into college because of affirmative action—or some people call it diversity nowadays—well then why work as hard in high school? So it might undermine some of the spirit of people. And I think that the basic premise of those who advocate affirmative action is that the problems that Black Americans face today are the result of racial discrimination."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Walter_E._Williams

The other day he explained basically what Rand Paul was trying to explain...but easily, with the example of why the Feds didn't need to pass a Civil Rights Legislation and how the marketplace could have done the same thing. Blacks have always been used, first by slave owners, which was unfortunate, but now by Black 'so called' leaders, which is a crime of even greater proportions. (in my opinion)...

Read up on Walter E. Williams
and Thomas Sowell...

Better yet, if you have black friend, members of your churches or any groups you belong to...etc etc, see if you can get them to read some stuff by these two gentlemen

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4 years 52 weeks ago, 5:53 PM

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Very nice and informative post! I enjoy hearing about new people like Williams and hearing about people with similar vies as my own. I believe that our own welfare is on our own hands, not in those of other people. My family lives and east well by my hand and the sweat of my brow. The government is almost never the answer to a problem, usually the addition of problems.

NIce job!

Best Regards TL “It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.” ---Aristotle Greek critic, philosopher, physicist, & zoologist (384 BC - 322 BC)
4 years 52 weeks ago, 5:09 PM

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I see your point

Schuyler, I always thought of the electorial college as some faceless group in some dark back room somewhere calling the shots on the direction of the country. But the thought of CA, IL and NY deciding the elections is too much to bear.

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4 years 52 weeks ago, 5:44 PM

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I feel if you do not contribute to the system I.E. pay taxes. You should not be premitted to vote.

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4 years 52 weeks ago, 7:49 PM

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I can not see an error in your reasoning!

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4 years 52 weeks ago, 6:07 PM

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Right or wrong, I agree.

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4 years 52 weeks ago, 6:27 PM

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yall have said everything i think about this...but look at that dam geurilla on the left...holy shit it could eat us all. we have to be carefull. The ugliest by far presidential wife...besides hillary, but obozos geurilla is the worst...dresses like a slut too.

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4 years 52 weeks ago, 6:27 PM

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I told this story before to many, not sure if I posted it here. But last election, I voted for the first time at a polling station. In case you don't know, I am a military retiree (26 years), so since I started voting (for Ronald Reagan) I have always voted absentee because I was out of my own state of Pennsylvania or overseas. So, back in PA with my parents after I retired was my first chance to actually go to a polling place...I did. I walked in with my passport (since my drivers license was from Arizona, which was the last US state I lived in before heading overseas). Anyway, to make a long story short, I handed them my passport but they refused it...said I didn't need any ID!!! WTF I thought...they just 'asked' me my name and found it on a list. The turned the page around with my name on it and asked me to sign...I did, then went and voted. I scanned the names on the list and I thought I would try and remember as many as possible. I remembered several...

The bottom line, I could have easily went back home and told me father to head down, sign next to Jim Gillen (from the list) and vote for McCAin or whoever. That was the system? What a joke and that is a direct support ot the liberal party. We really need to wake up...not us here, most of us already are awake. However, I urge all of you to do more. I know it's hard sometime, but if we don't stop what is happening to our country, it's screwed. Freedom will never be won back because our kids and grandchildren will never know what they lost or what they should have!!!

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4 years 52 weeks ago, 6:44 PM

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I believe shows disrespect for the United States. They're both very intelligent, and very well educated. They're not ignorant or clueless enough not to know which hand to use.

I lived in a Philadelphia suburb for 16 years, and very often heard Walter Williams on a number of venues. He's an extraordinarily intelligent man, very well educated, and has an impressive list of accomplishments. He also has an excellent sense of humor, is extremely quick-witted, and often makes liberals livid with fury by skewering their arguments unmercifully on panel shows.

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4 years 52 weeks ago, 7:18 PM

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My guess it was flipped and the wedding rings drawn in. I'm all for pointing out these two folk's many falsehoods and indiscretions, but we lose credibility if we promote fake stuff. With great glee these fakes will be pointed out and we will have egg on our faces. There is so much of this stuff out today: Sarah Palin shooting wolves from an airplane (never happened), etc. You just can't trust pictures these days. I think a good rule of thumb is to look at the pictures and decide how likely this would be. If it's way over the top, as this is, we need to investigate first.

Now back to our regularly scheduled and well deserved Obama bashing, the creep.

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4 years 52 weeks ago, 7:22 PM

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Schuy, ecaman

Is the blurry uniformed soldier in the background a clue?
It looks like medals on his right chest.
Wrong place?

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yes, it is fake. Troll elsewhere

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