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  • bielstreetwonder bielstreetwonder Jul 15, 2014 5:45 PM Flag

    GOD BLESS PRESIDENT OBAMA YESTERDAY TODAY and TOMORROW !!!

    America is happy the limited gop are out of national politics !

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • Yes, and God give Obama the wisdom to recognize that the communism he was taught by his mother and father is morally wrong and produces poverty and scarcity for the masses. May he be given the courage to admit this to his socialist/communist gang and to cease his efforts to destroy freedom and prosperity in America. May he recognize the beacon of light that America is, and always has been for the rest of the world. May be understand that the way to truly help the downtrodden of poor countries is not to bring them the America, but to work to establish freedom and replace the authoritarian governments in the countries where they live with law respecting republics like America where the freedom to pursue enterprise as each sees fit is open to him, so that they can be prosperous in their own countries, instead of having to leave home and family for America in as effort to get part of what the enterprising people of this country have produced. And may he be given honesty, so that he will not try to conceal his efforts to bring down America with an almost endless stream of lies, deceptions, and half truths.

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      • Re: "God give Obama the wisdom to recognize that the communism he was taught by his mother and father is morally wrong and produces poverty and scarcity for the masses. May he be given the courage to admit this to his socialist/communist gang and to cease his efforts to destroy freedom and prosperity in America. May he recognize the beacon of light that America is, and always has been for the rest of the world."

        @TeaPartyCat

        Great Moments in Patriotism: Among Mississippi GOP voters, 37% would support the Confederacy vs. 41% the US, with 21% who weren’t sure.

        Sentiment: Strong Buy