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  • froggnot froggnot Feb 16, 2013 6:32 PM Flag

    Is POTUS reading the T message board?

    I'm sure many of you remember how furious our little friends were when I made this statement a few days ago:

    "But I am facinated by the city that our "dear leader" calls home.

    I am also facinated by the inability of the National media (i.e., ABC, CBS, NBC,, CNN, etc.) to report any news regarding this city's inability to govern and control crime.

    Remember last month Chicago had the equivalent of two Sandy Hook shooting events whithin the city limits.

    What did we hear from the National media? crickets

    How many news conferences has our "dear leader" given where the National media has asked about what his recommendations are for reducing murders in the city of his home.

    I know you like truth and facts, I do too, but I also like to investigate and point out hypocricy when I find it, because we all know that if the National media finds news that places our "dear leader" in a less than positive light, then the media will spike the story, or pretend that the events never occurred.

    Can you imagine if the home city of George W. Bush had the reputation that Chicago has? The drum beat for off with his head would be deafening."

    Well you could have knocked me over with a feather when I read the following:

    "Speaking in Chicago Friday, President Barack Obama pointed out the high number of murders in that city last year included 65 persons under the age of 18, which is "the equivalent of a Newtown every four months."

    Remember the problems our little friends had with the word "equivalent".

    I wonder if now they will magically find that this word is the most appropriate use of the King's english.

    Honest folks you just can't make this stuff up.

    "In your heart you know he is right."

    The Frogg

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