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  • naplesflorida_penthouse_sunset naplesflorida_penthouse_sunset May 12, 2013 3:14 PM Flag


    Richard Nixon was a good President . He helped women (yes..even the clueless Femi-Nutsy's) with his signature on Title 9. He helped Israel when Golda Meir cried out for help - and he delivered. Nixon has been abused by Leftists because he used dirty words and even put down whole groups (like Jewish folks). Yet, he hired and worked with Jewish people - Len Garment/Henry Kissinger and helped out Israel big time.

    Nixon's flaw was that he pursued his enemies and crossed the line. Now, we have an even worse abuse of power than WATERGATE. We've got IRS-GATE. President Maobama has pursued his enemies ILLEGALLY and FRAUDULENTLY with inappropriate GESTAPO like tactics using the IRS against his ideological enemies. The worse fears of his critics - that Maobama's "Sharia" upbringing might warp his judgment about Western Civilization (as enunciated by Niall Ferguson the famed British Historian) - seems to have materialized.

    Leftists dunderheaded scheme of nominating a "Magic Knee-Grow" who would bring the country together can now be seen clearly (even by them) as nothing more than sheer naive fantasy. Maobama was NEVER qualified to be a leader let alone a President. His "fancy talk" is distraction from this essential fact.

    Leftwing Lunacy prevails still - as truly venal creatures at Ms.nbc and CNN/BBC/CBS still ape Maobama talking points and shill for the disgraceful President and his utterly corrupt National Socialist agenda. It won't work. The unraveling is apace and it will be worse than in any prior administration.

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