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  • lucifering666 lucifering666 Dec 7, 2012 5:47 PM Flag

    Why didn't the union thug police officer wash the homeless man's feet first?

     

    before putting on a brand new pair of shoes? Is he not humble enough to wash the homeless feet? Or was the police officer just putting on a show? Especially for the media so that everyone watching NBC, CBS ,MSNBC, ABC can say . "ooooooooh well you look at what the mainstream media has captured;"" What a remarkable story, I think I wanna watch more mainstream crap , cause they are nice people." Mainstream media wants you to believe socialism works. It's a bunch of crap. What works is Christianity. Individual account with God.

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    • Too bad lucifering never did a good deed. He obviously has no experience doing anything for anyone that is down on their luck. If he did, he could understand the policemans gesture. Go soak your head you worthless piece of human slime.

    • Bringing in the sheep.... bringing in the sheep....... We'll have something to do tonight bringing in the sheeeeeep

    • I have to agree. This is the holiday season, and doing good deals is part of that tradition. Since he was using his own money, I have no objections and consider a fairly good guy. I prefer to chunk it in the Salvation Army kettle. They are far more efficent at using the money than our federal government is, when it comes to helping the poor. As to the policeman, he was acting as a true American individual, using his money to help someone. There were no expensive government agency involved, with lazy, and grossly overpaid government workers. It also help a local businessman. It is as it should be, individuals helping without the fricking government infolvedf. Merry Christmas.

 
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