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keepinitreal

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dewy makes up things as he goes Coach,  dewy has proven to be a liar several times over.  Many here have proven his very own links to even disagree with his very varied positions. dewy cannot be trusted to tell the truth.  He will say anything to get one to engage him, it's called chum and he has plenty in stock

 "A majority of Republicans want to legalize the undocumented just like we Democrats"

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CoachB - The poll was posted by pabar if I remember correctly.  Here's a couple more articles.

http://www.politifact.com/punditfact/statements/2015/jun/14/george-will/jeb-bush-and-majority-republicans-actually-agree-i/

http://blogs.wsj.com/washwire/2015/08/03/majority-of-republicans-backs-a-legal-status-for-immigrants-wsjnbc-poll/
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Dewey, where did you see this poll?  I've never heard a major of Republicans/Conservatives be in favor of this.  I've often stated on this site the opinion in my area and it isn't conducive to legalizing illegal aliens who have violated the laws of this nation by coming here illegally.

Your statement is not representative in this article:

http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/current_events/immigration/immigration_update


Coach - don't be fooled by Dewey's dishonesty.  Republicans who favor some sort of path to legalization only support this AFTER the border is secured.  That's the part that the dishonest Dewey left out - on purpose, of course.
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Dewey, from one of your links:

"Pew’s survey found that 56 percent of Republicans favor a path to legal status, not to be confused with citizenship."  I guess the difference is only after the borders are secure AND this is not a path to citizenship. 
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CoachB - I never said most Republicans favor a path to citizenship for the undocumented.  I'm sure that's not the case.  But legalization, yes.  Maybe pabar will link that poll again so we can see how its phrased.
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Tyler - I said a large segment of Conservatives in this Country want to deport all undocumented.  This includes those in our schools, colleges, and in our workplace. 


CoachB - I thought similar to you and stated a large segment of Conservatives want to deport all the undocumented.  Pabar challenged my assertion with this post...

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In typical Dewey fashion, you crafted your statement to give yourself plenty of wiggle room.  A "large segment" is undefined by you so that when someone presents the facts, as I am doing below, you'll give yourself an out.  In addition, you continue your constant interchanging of the terms GOP, conservative and libertarian so that you can again wiggle out of those who show how wrong you are.

This Gallup poll from late last year show's that fewer than one-third of all Republicans favor deportation.  So your entire premise is wrong and I suggest you go back to the drawing board and craft a completely new argument.  This one has been has been cleanly swept aside.




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I still believe a large segment on the Right would like to deport all the undocumented but I admit to being surprised that most Republicans favored legalization.
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CoachB - I never said most Republicans favor a path to citizenship for the undocumented.  I'm sure that's not the case.  But legalization, yes.  Maybe pabar will link that poll again so we can see how its phrased.

Your statement clearly suggests the same sort of legalization as Dems - "A majority of Republicans want to legalize the undocumented just like we Democrats."

The poll was deeply flawed since it only provided those 3 options, so respondents had to pick the one that sounded closest to what they want. The readers note the GOP trend is away from citizenship.
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Exactly PDad, let's keep polling the Republicans. Seems the consensus for a path to legalization loses 1% per year. This year it may have lost 5-10% support. I think, as dewy does consistently, that I saw that in one of the programs I watch, or maybe, like dewy again, it was one if the slanted articles I read, somewhere.
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Thousands Of Muslims Demand To Butcher Daughters For One Bizarre Reason

 
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After decades of mass Muslim migration, conversion, and birth, Pakistan is quickly becoming one of the most dangerous Islamic countries for religious minorities, Westerners, and especially women. Seeking minimal progress in women’s rights, the government passed the Protection of Women Against Violence Bill, a law enacted on March 1 that cracks down on abuse and murder of women by their male counterparts.



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Thousands Of Muslims Demand To Butcher Daughters For One Bizarre Reason

Somayeh Mehri (29) was attacked by her Muslim husband after he poured acid on her and his 3-year-old daughter Rana Afghanipour. Somayeh had simply asked her husband for a divorce.

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http://thefederalist.com/2016/06/21/university-investigates-professor-for-encouraging-debate/
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More intolerance from the Left.  This one happens to be my alma mater.  

http://www.campusreform.org/?ID=7732


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My daughter just got a position as a "Reading Specialist" at an Elementary School.  While it isn't a teaching job, it is a job.  So, we went today to scout out apartments that would be closer to where she will work than where she presently lives.  BB is in Florida and so, we wanted to surprise her with what we had found and, to be honest, she has to move fast when she gets home from the softball tournament in Florida.  One apartment complex in particular caught her interest before she left and so, we went to see it.  It is about 10 minutes farther out but $200 cheaper per month.  Let me say that again, $200 dollars cheaper.  She was right that this place was nice.  In fact, it had an outstanding location near the interstate, outstanding weight/fitness facility, ...  The apartments are one bedroom at 820 square feet.  Her current apartment is 700 sq. feet. So, this is a very good deal.  We sat down with the lady to talk about numbers etc.  We were asked what BB would make her first year.  We don't know.  However, we do know it will be over $30,000 per year.  Talk about a change in attitude, the sales lady was almost rude when she told us BB didn't qualify to live there.   (BTW, they have 1, 2, & 3 bedroom apartments to rent.)

Again, BB didn't qualify to live there.

This lady said that this apartment complex was for lower income people.  LOWER INCOME PEOPLE!  At $30,000 per year, she makes too much.  I asked this lady, since I'm not so nice when people become rude, how can the residence there drive BMWs, Lexus, ...  She said that that was none of her business.  The wife asked if these residence were subsidized.  You won't believe this but yes many of them are.  Again, if you saw this place, you would think it is the place you would want your single daughter to live in.  Everything is new and they are building another section of the complex off of another street that will back up to these apartments. Our tax dollars at work!  At least they are buying new cars.
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http://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory/lawsuit-filed-family-girl-choked-marshmallow-40501664




The family of an 11-year-old Massachusetts girl who choked on a marshmallow at a friend's birthday party and died has filed a wrongful-death lawsuit.

The lawsuit was filed Monday and seeks unspecified monetary damages in the April death of Azriel Estabrooks, who lived in Somerset.

The complaint alleges the parents who hosted the birthday party failed to provide adequate supervision for the children who attended it. A lawyer for the hosts hasn't returned a call seeking comment.


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We have always heard of an Italian Restaurant in a neighboring community but, to be honest, it is about 18 miles away.  So, we had not ever visited that place.  So, we were in that area on other business and it was getting late.  We decided to see if they were still open.  They were but it was close to closing time.  The owner, a legal immigrant from Italy, told us to come in and he'd make sure we were taken care of.  Simply put, that place has gone to the top of my list of places to eat.  There were maybe 20 people in there when we went in and they soon cleared out.  The food was served and the owner came out to tell us to take our time.  We apologized again and I made sure to comment that his food reminded me of our visit to Italy.  Well, now we had a friend.  He talked about his immigration, how his son was born here and how he became a U.S. Citizen.  He doesn't understand how some Americans don't work and thing everything should be given to them.  The cook, his son, came out and made sure everything was good.  In short, the American Dream is still there but you have to work for it.  The dad asked if we knew why his son was the cook/chef?  I told him I did know why and it had to do with his dream for his son on what American could be. 
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My dad's alma mater.  every year they have an all-high school reunion, with everyone that ever graduated.  They come from all corners of the world to march in the parade through town, and do all of the other stuff - it's like a 3 or 4 day event.  I've even been a few times.

It's flyover country there, right on the border with WV, PA, and OH.  It's generally poor, looks about what you'd think of when you picture a WV steel/coal town (though potteries are big there), and is economically depressed.

But, those people are proud.

Time for a new principal, I'd say.



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Chalk up a win vs. The Libtards

Ohio Students Ignore Order to Drop Lord's Prayer from Graduation

By Mark Judge | May 23, 2016 | 3:20 PM EDT
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Ohio news channel WTOV is reporting that students at a recent graduation refused an order to drop the Lord’s Prayer from their commencement ceremony.

Singing the Lord’s Prayer, or Our Father, has been a 70-year tradition at East Liverpool High School in East Liverpool, Ohio. This year the Wisconsin-based Freedom from Religion Foundation, which advocates for separation of church and state, told East Liverpool administrators they needed to stop their choir from singing the Lord's Prayer at graduation.

 

The school removed the song from last Sunday's program. School board president Larry Walton told WTOV that it was a matter of economics. "We said 'okay, we just won't do it anymore.' It was a decision made because we don't have a lot of money and we'd rather hire teachers than pay lawyers."

However, on the day of the commencement, students lead their own prayer. Valedictorian Jonathan Montgomery took the stage and led the entire class of graduates in reciting the Lord's Prayer.

"I know a lot of my student body was uncomfortable with it, just because it is tradition to have prayer at our school," Cami Post, class of 2016 vice president, told WTOV.

Walton said he is looking into having a non-denominational baccalaureate service next year.

 

 
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Idiots



http://www.latimes.com/nation/la-na-atlanta-hanging-20160708-snap-story.html



 In a a leafy, urban park, amid a backdrop of gleaming skyscrapers, a black man’s body was found dangling from a tree.

Police officials said the incident early Thursday in Atlanta’s Piedmont Park appeared to be a suicide. The city's mayor, Kasim Reed, said evidence suggested “no foul play.” Yet the suspicion grew.

With African Americans across the nation on edge after consecutive fatal police shootings of black men – Alton Sterling in Louisiana and Philando Castile in Minnesota – rumor, and then panic spread. Within hours, the hashtag #PiedmontParkHanging was trending on Twitter.

"Just read that a black man was hung in Atlanta by kkk," one Twitter user wrote. "And they're saying it's a suicide.”

“This was not a suicide,” another declared. “This was a public LYNCHING. AmeriKKKa”


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We have created a people that are victims and their viciousness in retaliation will destroy our country.  Believe me, there will be real retaliation if our President doesn't take control of this.  Some people have no ideal of the radical groups that are out there. 
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And now farmers are racist exploiting their white privilege? It is pretty obvious none of these idiots ever worked on a harvest crew, or hauled hay, or got up before daylight in below freezing weather to chop holes in the ice so livestock could water.



http://civileats.com/2016/07/15/black-lives-matter-in-the-food-movement-too/


 We [at Growing Power] believe that growing food and justice for all goes hand-in-hand toward the realization of a truly sustainable agriculture movement domestically and globally. To achieve that, we need to integrate our understanding on a deep level. This isn’t political rhetoric, this is what we have been struggling for since abolition of slavery. We need to address racism and white privilege and supremacy in the Good Food Movement. As the Black Lives Matter movement continues to move forward and mobilize, this is a unique opportunity for us to amplify our voices and to begin to put our words to action by increasing equity in all domains to ask: How are we using our access to power, wealth, and resources to shift paradigms of economic realities for people of color?

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If we are not careful, our colleges will produce a group of close-minded, unscientific, illogical propagandists, consumed with immoral acts. - Dr. Martin Luther King


“Everyone is in favor of free speech. Hardly a day passes without its being extolled, but some people's idea of it is that they are free to say what they like, but if anyone else says anything back, that is an outrage.” Winston S. Churchill


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Pretty pathetic, just like Dallas P.D. is hiring nothing is stopping these idiots from buying some #blacklivesmatter farmland. Could you see dewy and dietwatereddown coke farming?
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The daughter just called.  Her best friend is driving up from Tennessee and is going to spend the weekend with my daughter.  Her best friend just got a teaching job in Tennessee and so, is moving her stuff down there.  Anyway, they were going to the Cardinal game tonight.  Not anymore.  BLM is going to have a "protest" either before or as the people are leaving Busch Stadium.  She heard this through some of her friends at her former university.  They are advising friends not to go down there tonight.  I told my daughter to forget the price of the tickets and I'll eat the cost.  I'd rather her be safe.  They are Terrorist!
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Gawd bless those poor white folks at the Cardinal game tonight.  I hope St. Louis P.D. has been alerted.  

We just might have some of dewy's favorite game tonight, not baseball but the 'knockout game'.  Dewy's fave

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"I like to establish the parameters of my own thoughts and don't think I need a director."

"This is not debate class. And this is not about politeness. We're talking about the damn future of our country"

"It is not just simply yelling out a name and yelling down dissenters........................... and I'll defend your right to even insult me" 
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Gawd bless those poor white folks at the Cardinal game tonight.  I hope St. Louis P.D. has been alerted.  

We just might have some of dewy's favorite game tonight, not baseball but the 'knockout game'.  Dewy's fave


Apparently, the Police got wind of it and they were told to protest in an area by the Old Court House.  BB and her friend went to the game.  She was on TV as a home run almost hit her.  A friend who is an athlete on the soccer team took them and picked them up.  He's a great guy and unfortunately moving to Tennessee also.  BB is watching all of her friends move away and is struggling with it. 
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http://www.miamiherald.com/news/nation-world/national/article90481452.html




Girl threatens to sue school district after not making cheerleading team


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I am going to make a thread on another website I belong to but wanted to add this here.  My wife and I were eating out tonight as we do too often.  As we were waiting to be seated, a young man walked in that I had coached a very long time ago.  I haven't seen him in about 20 years.  Long story short, he played basketball for me and that is no small feat.  I was seriously tough to play for. Bobby Knight was mild and meek compared to me.  The real difference is that I practiced on that floor every play.  They had to play me and I didn't have any rules.  In a million years, you can't imagine what those kids went through.  This young man grabbed me and gave me a big hug.  My wife said to him that I'm not special and he didn't have to cry.  He disagreed.  He asked me if I knew what "the guys are doing now."  I did not.  He told me how a couple of them are millionaires.  Some are Doctors.  One is a big time lawyer.  He is a real estate guy that sells commercial land from St. Louis to Chicago.  He told me that the one thing that they all say when they get together is that if they could survive basketball with me, nothing could stop them in life.  He looked at my wife and said that she could never believe what I did to them. 

Why am I posting this?  To brag on myself?  No, it is these guys and others that played for me that are my heroes besides my Dad.  They knew I never came off the floor.  They knew how tired I was at the end of a practice and how intense I was during games.  THEY WANTED THAT!  What are we doing with our youth today?  As Brandon said, but others have said as well, I'd be in jail now if I coached like I did then.  He said that it is like the kids that play for me now don't have a clue as to what I really am.  That's true!  We are afraid to drive our kids today.  Practice was too hard to lose.  Games were their days off.  They formed real friendships because they had to in order to survive the madness.  It was so good to see Brandon today.  As I said to him, I often wonder how they could like me after basketball.  He said, "how could we not." 

Edited to add:

Brandon did bring up one incident that I had not thought about for a while.  One player on the team got into a confrontation with another guy in a parking lot of local store.  He went home with his daughter to wait for his wife to get home.  He had a knock at the door and that guy from the parking lot killed him in front of his little girl.  They have still not found the killer.  That was so sad.  I've lost too many players. 
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Coach, you did your part in life. That is what is expected of all of us. If you contributed a lot as you did you see the results.  Even if you were just an average person that worked their life away and somehow made one small difference in the life of another, then you played that part in the grand scheme of things. I as a Husband and Father have often thought that somehow, I have missed some great moment, some defining opportunity that I had to change the world. In my older years, I have come to realize that it is possible that my greatest contribution to society may have been to raise good children that have grown up to be good adults continuing the cycle. It is more likely that some benign act that we have done without even thinking about it, something we considered a common courtesy by us, was interpreted by someone in a desperate situation to be good, and was a turning point in their lives. That's what it means to be a good person of character. You never know who a common display of integrity is going to rub off on. That's who we are as a society, be it a good, or a bad influence. I hope for the better within us. Hold open a door for the lady, say yes ma'am, and yes sir. That's how I was raised, and how my children were raised. Shake a Man's hand firmly, and look him in the eye. Not some milk toast limp ass half handshake. Let the children all around you see what respect is, and how to earn it in a free society. Otherwise, we are lost.
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You Liberals crying for open borders for the most part, don't live on the border. You are therefore insulated from illegal immigration. You are immune from the local costs involved, both economic, and in lives lost. So unless you live down here, and bear the burden, STFU about "immigration reform". You know nothing, and are better suited to eating bandwidth and scones at a Starbucks than telling me what I should feel. Arrogant Pissants.

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CoachB and woody - Two excellent posts.  [thumb]
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And now farmers are racist exploiting their white privilege? It is pretty obvious none of these idiots ever worked on a harvest crew, or hauled hay, or got up before daylight in below freezing weather to chop holes in the ice so livestock could water.



http://civileats.com/2016/07/15/black-lives-matter-in-the-food-movement-too/


 We [at Growing Power] believe that growing food and justice for all goes hand-in-hand toward the realization of a truly sustainable agriculture movement domestically and globally. To achieve that, we need to integrate our understanding on a deep level. This isn’t political rhetoric, this is what we have been struggling for since abolition of slavery. We need to address racism and white privilege and supremacy in the Good Food Movement. As the Black Lives Matter movement continues to move forward and mobilize, this is a unique opportunity for us to amplify our voices and to begin to put our words to action by increasing equity in all domains to ask: How are we using our access to power, wealth, and resources to shift paradigms of economic realities for people of color?


Tell that to the Afrikaners that made a bread basket in Rhodesia, only to see their families slaughtered, their farms turned over to "collectives". Now the nation is importing food. Tell me one thing that Socialists collectivism or Communism has achieved that provided long term prosperity for their people. Please tell me of one African Nation that in post colonialism has become a striving and prosperous nation state. Why is that?

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You Liberals crying for open borders for the most part, don't live on the border. You are therefore insulated from illegal immigration. You are immune from the local costs involved, both economic, and in lives lost. So unless you live down here, and bear the burden, STFU about "immigration reform". You know nothing, and are better suited to eating bandwidth and scones at a Starbucks than telling me what I should feel. Arrogant Pissants.

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I mean, really, with the oil and mineral reserves, you would think that a few Ivy league grads would have been able to return and turn the continent around, and produced a new era of prosperity and global respect for the nation states involved. Why are they living in abject poverty and still having tribal warfare among themselves?

Now, turn the focus on the ME, and ask the same question.

Why is it that nations with adequate resources, and educated individuals living within them are unable to somehow elevate their societies above tribal warfare, and bring the benefits of modern technologies to their population?

Answer, those that control those populations do not want their fellow citizens to have any control of their destiny, nor the future of their country. Its called either Socialists Collectivism, A Monarchy, a Military Hunta, or a Dictatorship. The people have no actual decision in what happens in their country. They are controlled by their masters. The masters may not be colonial, but they rule with absolute authority over the population of their nations all the same.

We are approaching the same thing in our nation by bits and pieces. We are somewhat a free nation, but we have an overbearing Central Government violating our Constitution in an attempt to gain control over state governments, and the citizens within those states. Time to give the Feds a swift kick in the ass, and tell employers to start sending 941 returns to the states, and have the Federal Government beg from the states for funding.

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You Liberals crying for open borders for the most part, don't live on the border. You are therefore insulated from illegal immigration. You are immune from the local costs involved, both economic, and in lives lost. So unless you live down here, and bear the burden, STFU about "immigration reform". You know nothing, and are better suited to eating bandwidth and scones at a Starbucks than telling me what I should feel. Arrogant Pissants.

"IT'S GOOD TO BE DA KING"
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