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Posts by Twodees

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  • NAACP tried to sway Daimler away from building plant in S.C.

    10/28/2002 1:15:00 PM PST · 22 of 22
    Twodees to southcarolina
    The NAACP gets away with this because the mainstream media treats it like it's the pre-eminent organization representing blacks, instead of what it is: an antiquated bigoted group

    True. If most black people who think of the NAACP as their voice would look into the history of the organization, they would disown it. It has historically been funded and controlled by white socialists and communists. Early on, all its officers were white and its founder truly despised and envied Booker T Washington who spoke out about Dubois' methods of agitating for legislation instead of working within the economy and pulling oneself up by one's own efforts. The founder of the NAACP died in Africa, the guest of a communist dictator and was a member of the communist party. Today's NAACP is controlled by muslims who hate the US, Christianity and white people, not necessarily in that order.

    As to what this gooner said:

    "Our request was they not come into South Carolina and subject their minority employees to the kind of blatant racism and poor race relations we have in South Carolina," Gallman said.

    There's no barbed wire keeping him in the Palmetto State. He can go elsewhere when he pleases. I wish that everyone who feels the way he does would really boycott South Carolina and take their whining acts to New York or somewhere.

  • Lurkers from Fox News Channel - Hire FReeper BlueCollarMan as Your Sniper Profiler! (vanity)

    10/26/2002 7:54:35 PM PDT · 35 of 35
    Twodees to FreedomPoster
    How many rifle tripods have you seen in use?

    I kinda doubt the tripod reports since the fool was shooting from the trunk of his old beater. Some dufus reporter heard someone mention a bipod and he translated that (via echoes in his empty noggin) to tripod.

  • Civil War author lauds Confederate general

    10/23/2002 2:17:51 PM PDT · 54 of 61
    Twodees to aomagrat
    It seems Bragg wasn't to popular with the troops either.

    "Bully for Bragg. He's hell on retreat." Very entertaining book, that one.

  • My Myth or Yours? Nolan's 'Lost Cause'

    10/16/2002 7:01:04 AM PDT · 22 of 23
    Twodees to stainlessbanner
    To begin with, and Gallagher is far too fine a historian for this,

    Dr. Wilson is a better authority than I to state that Gallagher is a fine historian. My own experience with Gallagher's work compels me to state that he's a lying, deceitful, and sophomoric Marxist. Nolan, of course, is a pedantic, delusional imbecile and another insignificant AHS communist. The AHS is peopled mostly by literate imbeciles. Their published works are almost all worthless and constitute a yearly crop of affliction on the minds of young Americans who are helplessly being indoctrinated by Marxist radicals in what has become of America's colleges.

    Naturally, this is simply my own opinion and could be off just a little. ;-)

  • It's Time To Vote Saddam Hussein Collaborators Out Of The U.S. Congress

    10/09/2002 6:06:19 AM PDT · 3 of 12
    Twodees to Stand Watch Listen
    Good luck voting them out. If you could change things by voting it would be illegal by now.
  • Don't Blame Me, FBI Failure Freeh Whines (Terrorism?)

    10/09/2002 6:01:44 AM PDT · 19 of 21
    Twodees to Tumbleweed_Connection
    However, Eleanor Hill, staff director of the joint congressional investigation, noted that intelligence agencies "did not fully learn the lessons of past attacks," dating back to the 1993 World Trade Center bombing.

    I would hope that they have learned not to build a bomb for terrorists and then let them go detonate it. That was sort of counterproductive, I think, but what do I know? If they didn't learn not to help terrorists commit an act of terror so that they could bust them, then there's no hope for such a gang of ninnies.

  • The Intellectual Bankruptcy of Claremont's smear of DiLorenzo (NR book review)

    10/09/2002 2:31:05 AM PDT · 3 of 174
    Twodees to GOPcapitalist
    It coud have been more simply titled" The Intellectual Bankruptcy of Claremont". Matsugi is a whining little snot who doesn't have any ancestors who were here during the time frame. What he has to say about anything shouldn't interest anyone but a democrat or neocon.
  • Confederate Stuart was a much-admired personality

    10/08/2002 3:34:26 AM PDT · 100 of 140
    Twodees to Jemian
    If the biographer ommitted Stuart's faith, it is a writing which reports only part of the man, an incomplete and suspect picture. I have no doubt that I will meet him worshipping the Lamb along with the other believers in the resurrection.

    An excellent point. No doubt Lee, Davis and old Blue Light will also be there. Absent will be the atheist Lincoln and the scoffer's servants Sherman and Grant. The most fervent worshippers of the war criminals who fought a revolution to set aside our Constitution have always been atheist communists, socialists and the like. That hasn't changed since 1865. We see it proven here every time a thread is posted mentioning that war.

  • Confederate Stuart was a much-admired personality

    10/08/2002 3:21:29 AM PDT · 99 of 140
    Twodees to WhiskeyPapa
    "Lissen up, maggot!"

    Robert Lee Ermey is a Southerner and a real Marine warrior. You can't emulate him .

  • Confederate Stuart was a much-admired personality

    10/08/2002 3:15:11 AM PDT · 98 of 140
    Twodees to LTCJ
    What a geeky looking little pogue. He had to carry a sign to keep people from thinking he was McKinney, huh? The funny thing is that his politics are exactly like Jane Fonda's and he would be voting for Cynthia McKinney if she could have kept her ties to muslims secret.

    He'll vote for Hillary for president when she runs, you watch.

  • Confederate Stuart was a much-admired personality

    10/08/2002 3:09:36 AM PDT · 97 of 140
    Twodees to WhiskeyPapa
    Stuart, Lee, Jackson, Longstreet, Johnston, Hood, Davis...losers, all, and nothing but losers.

    They were fighters, boy. REMF pogues like you who never fired a shot at an enemy or heard the close passage of a round don't have the standing to call warriors losers.

  • Thriving Clinton legacy

    10/07/2002 4:55:04 AM PDT · 35 of 45
    Twodees to kattracks
    Wake up, Ollie. The Clinton legacy lives on thanks to W. The Clinton era will stretch out interminably because the party which could have opposed it and put a stop to it suffered from a terminal case of "lack of sack".

    Most of the efforts of the GOP seem to be devoted to propping up the democrats so they won't fade from the scene.

  • Confederate Stuart was a much-admired personality

    10/07/2002 4:35:15 AM PDT · 18 of 140
    Twodees to stainlessbanner
    That's the photo of JEB that I have in my house.
  • Changes at Vanderbilt part of push to boost diversity

    10/07/2002 4:29:03 AM PDT · 8 of 10
    Twodees to stainlessbanner
    They are trying to make the university more welcoming to and inclusive of African-Americans and members of other minority groups,

    And they intend to accomplish this by ousting a fraternity for "hazing" and giving their house to a fraternity which bases its membership requirements on race. PC is the religion of communists.

  • FBI’s "Perverse Culture"

    10/06/2002 5:18:14 AM PDT · 24 of 40
    Twodees to WOSG
    Right now we need to see the Criminal Enterprise known as the Democratic Party lose the Senate

    Then you'd better get some new politicians and party leaders. If Bush had appointed a strong AG and sicced him on the Clintons while ordering investigations into election fraud, the Democrats wouldn't be able to get one of their crooks elected dogcatcher.

    Y'all need a leadership transplant in your party. The ones you have spend all their time worrying that some democrat might say something mean about one of them. Half of them are on their knees to their democrat counterparts and the other half pretends not to notice that there is such a thing as a democrat.

    Great opposition party you've got there. No wonder the democrats have been able to destroy what was once a great nation.

  • FBI’s "Perverse Culture"

    10/06/2002 5:10:14 AM PDT · 23 of 40
    Twodees to Texasforever
    I've got some FRmails you sent me when you were drunk and pissed off. They're funny, though you were trying to be menacing. Have another beer. Have two more. That's what happens when you get pissed off (every day).
  • [Senator] Specter asks probe of Iraq links to WTC-Okla. attacks

    10/05/2002 3:01:54 PM PDT · 72 of 204
    Twodees to Sandy
    Don't bother. OKCSub was banned for posting anti-American leftist propaganda

    Is anything critical of the Bush family "anti-American leftist propaganda"?

  • [Senator] Specter asks probe of Iraq links to WTC-Okla. attacks

    10/05/2002 2:48:01 PM PDT · 69 of 204
    Twodees to backhoe
    FWIW, OKCSubmariner's banning has never set well with me- he may have pushed the envelope, but his dogged investigation was something we need to see more of.

    Complaints that his final posting here was "unsourced" are pretty stupid. What is almost always really unsourced is the reeking garbage put out by the mainstream media. Today, that garbage is the only real standard here. I find it odd that the neocons can shriek about media bias when their tin gods are being roasted in the NYT but they'll insist that anything posted here comes from just such a source or it's "fringe stuff".

    If it isn't in the Compost, the LA Slimes or the "newspaper of record" it isn't real to the button mashers who hounded Patrick off of FR. Nevermind that they'll be shrieking like little girls the next time those same sources are saying that one of their idols has feet of clay.

  • It's about federalism, stupid!

    10/05/2002 1:38:46 PM PDT · 17 of 32
    Twodees to billbears
    I'm a citizen of the state of South Carolina. That makes me an American as well as a South Carolinian, but I prize citizenship in my state above the invented national citizenship of the unratified 14th amendment.
  • Two Hispanics Sought In DC Area Killings

    10/05/2002 4:26:44 AM PDT · 92 of 130
    Twodees to joesnuffy
    But he cautioned that they could be another non-white race. "We do not count on them being two Hispanic males," said Officer Derek Baliles. "Appearances can be interpreted. We do not want to limit anything at all." "It's possible," he added, that the suspects could be Middle Eastern.

    Hispanics don't really have a recent history of terrorist attacks in the DC area, but arabs do. If Harry Truman was still in office, maybe hispanics would have been the most likely subjects, but this is a new century with a different threat. It would be much more reasonable to announce that two arabs are the subject of the hunt unless the intent is to bar arabs from any public suspicion.

    This spokesman may as well have said nothing.