I'm striving for brevity here. Revisiting this "no where do I see that I asked you to recount anything" my restating what should be easily understood the first go 'round; so yes I grasped that trying again would be a waste of time. Look when it takes 4 people to transact a simple refund going all the way to an assistant manager (who had all the customer relations skill of a brat 12 year old) and almost a half hour of my time, you'd do your self a favor to view that as being less anecdotal than you may think. As samsonp65 posted, the quality of people working at O'Reilly is the best word-of-mouth advertising for their completion.
Thanks for pointing to my error genteel is correct.
genteel - polite, refined, or respectable, often in an affected or ostentatious way. I've learned that my misspelling seems to have included an unintended misuse of the word altogether. My point was that many non-porous border advocates are being made to feel guilty by others. To place guilt on those who simply want immigration to include following a legal process and that is unacceptable by those who see amnesty first over true border control.
Those that broke our immigration laws and the ongoing inflow, they know. They know the game. And the game is one where PC (political correctness) works hand in hand to foist guilt upon those that want a secure border. Don't you feel guilty referring to scofflaws by not using the gentile term undocumented instead of illegal? That's the intent of the word usage shift. It's how politician get in your head. And the more guilt you feel, the more you lean to giving them amnesty. Regan, 1986, the law granted amnesty to nearly 3 million illegal immigrants, yet was largely considered unsuccessful because the strict sanctions on employers were stripped out of the bill for passage.
It appears we are being setup again. The 2014 post-election 'reform' will give foreign nationals the all-clear, get here and you're in green flag. To quote the often misquoted line from The Treasure of the Sierra Madre, "Badges? We don't need no stinkin' badges!" just think, immigration laws, we don't need stinkin immigration laws. Making law without effective enforcement, don't be upset, just go with it.
The embassy in Paris had a marine detachment that day. Not so in Benghazi since Paris on 9/11 had to be more dire 9/11? Missed that didja? Missed that security was pulled in Benghazi even though requests for MORE security were ignored, how come? You must be A-Ok with Lerner taking the fifth and the president's timeline on the evening of the attack over 13 hours, UNKNOWN AND NONDISCLOED to this day. You amaze me.
Less than an hour old.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Abandoning his pledge to act by the end of summer, President Barack Obama has decided to delay any executive action on immigration until after the November congressional elections, White House officials said. I can not help myself from asking, do you not see that move as being politically motivated? You should easily connect the dots to better understand the implications of the 09/11/12 Youtube ruse promulagated prior to his winning a second term.
That it was a Youtube video, that it was a spontaneous attack. The special ops team in place there and then told their version of events and no how, no way was the administration's version truthful. The president has never given an account of his timeline during those dreadful 13 hours. And if you believe his "not a smidgen of corruption" comment regarding the IRS endless red tape for certain non-profit applications when Lerner takes the fifth, you are beyond hope. The list of contradictory assertions made by Obama over the years is telling but some people who can not do anything but see Obama through rose-colored glasses, they support him regardless.
Ask Obama how the no smidgen of corruption comment he made about the IRS holds validity when Lerner took the fifth.
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alias_new_and_improved I have little to say on the subject. What reverberates in my mind is the convenience clerk being physically bullied during a theft by Brown. Roughly 290, 6' 4" some describe him as a gentle giant.
The aforementioned doesn't mesh with the term gentle.
He certainly misspoke. Had his arrogance never grown to it's current level, he would have said, I don't have a strategy yet. Who can blame him? I don't. He is a complete incompetent for the job title he holds. Prior to his reelection to a second term I warned voters about giving him a second term. I blame each and every person that voted for him. The lack of leadership and it's remaining tenure is dangerously long. FYI readers, this isn't about shorting the market or this stock. In other words, those of you leaning to elect Hillary, you are clueless.
What you're asking is for me to recount 2 conversations where you have shown to be incorrect. You have chosen to scoff at this company's terrible customer relations by ridiculing myself and another poster when both of us recount actual events. Feel free to consider them purely anecdotal. Stay long here for all I care. I'm telling you I'll never set foot in one of their stores again.