Readers Forum – Politically Correct..

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If indeed political correctness is guided by morals and ethics, then my question would be; Where can I find a politician who practices morals and ethics?

Beginning today with a new friend from last week…

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Cassandra from Dallas,       (Obama and Dragnet).

Although I enjoyed everything you wrote this week, I enjoyed your post exposing the fact that we’ve got three million folks right here at home who (need help) every bit as much as the people crossing our southern border because Obama’s more interested in breaking America than bettering it.

I have read Richard Cloward and Lloyd Ohlin’s strain theory and I have also read; “The Weight of the Poor: A Strategy to End Poverty” by Richard Cloward and Frances Fox Piven.

Both are a perfect chronicle of Barack Obama’s ideology and his agenda for America. Obama may hold the office, but he’s not performing the job.

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Welcome back Cassandra, today instead of thanking you for your “narrative and your contribution,” I’d like you to consider becoming my successor.

It’s a privilege and an honor to meet someone that takes the time to go there, are (in my opinion), an individual that knows where the line is and, you walk above it.

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(Richard Cloward                                        Frances Fox Piven).

If I wasn’t already geared up to respond to a number of other folks, and/or, contributors, I could easily spend the rest of the day heralding the (downside) of the socialist doctrine, and/or, crap, proposed by the aforementioned academics.

However, as it is not my custom to leave a reader wanting, I will leave you with this…

In this coming week for those with the fortitude to go above and beyond I will share their idiocy.

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Name and address withheld,       (Obama and Dragnet).

I was 36 years old living in a $2 million home with a terrific husband and two children in 2007 when Wall Street pulled the rug out from under America.

On Nov. 4, 2008 when Obama won the election, I was living with my mother, filing for divorce without help because my terrific husband left me and our two children without a penny.

At the time I didn’t know Joe from Jobe when it came to the government’s part in the collapse, as a matter of fact, I didn’t know anything about anything. I spent four years in college doing my nails, waxing and drinking enough alcohol to float the Queen Mary.

My mother passed away in September 2009, it took the bank 13 days to put me and my children out of her house.

My chidren and I lived in my mother’s car for three months before it was repossessed, at which time instead of receiving help from the government, the government took my children and they would have locked me up for child endangerment and prostitution if I hadn’t fled the state.

I voted for Barack Obama in 2008 because I believed that he was a man of his word. Believe me, there is no such thing, not in America, not anywhere.

I am now the mayor of a small Midwestern town, I own two laundromats, a car and a mortgage on a modest house.

I also own a computer on which I read your blog, God bless you for being you.

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Hello Athena, I hope you don’t mind that I’ve chosen a name for you, as (anonymous) is “unequivocally lacking” for a gal that has descended to hell (via the government) and arisen by her own bootstraps to reclaim her life.

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(Athena; Greek Goddess of Wisdom and War).

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America, (the true America), is not about someone’s lust for celebrity and power via any and all avenues.

Which of course (isn’t), and (never was) the intention of our founding fathers, nor did our founding fathers intend or make provisions for the bankers to own America.

“If congress has the right under the Constitution to issue paper money, it was given them to use themselves, not to be delegated to individuals or corporations.”

– Andrew Jackson.

This was also understood by Abraham Lincoln…

“The Government should create, issue, and circulate all the currency and credits needed to satisfy the spending power of the Government and the buying power of consumers.

By the adoption of these principles, the taxpayers will be saved immense sums of interest. Money will cease to be master and become the servant of humanity.”

– Abraham Lincoln.

Once again, for those of you that are (slow to learn and understand); …and/or, STUPID

In 2010 the United States taxpayers, “you and I” paid the Federal Reserve Bank, a privately owned corporation, $280 billion dollars, ..billion with a “B” (in interest) on money the U.S. Government, “you and I” ..borrowed from the “Federal Reserve Bank,” (tax dollars), and/or, “Our Dollars” ..residing in the U.S. treasury.

America is indeed currently the epitome of Forrest Gump’s mother’s cliché; … “Stupid is as stupid does.”

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(Henry Ford understood America).

“It is well enough that people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning.”

– Henry Ford


(Barack Obama doesn’t understand – and never will).

Thank you again for your narrative, your contribution and for your concern, please stop by again. Chuck.

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Dominic from Long Island,     (Stupid, Stupider, Stupidest).

I’m a businessman in the wrong business, I opened a pizza place when I should have opened a cell phone store, then I might still have some money in my pocket.

I have seven daughters and each one has a cell phone, an iPad or a computer, don’t get me started.

I really like your articles, keep ’em coming they’re great with breakfast.

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Hello Dominic, thank you for visiting my site and thank you for your comment and your narrative.

At the risk of incurring your wrath, (seven daughters), better you than me 🙂

But then on the upside, you can insure your family and your employees with one policy.

…and not to worry, I’ll be there for breakfast in the morning, Chuck.

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Elizabeth from Trenton,           (The 28th Amendment).

How can anyone not love chicken Little? I’ve been receiving that email for the last four months, so I genuinely appreciate your exposé. It’s hard to believe that anyone smart enough to tie their own shoes could believe such balderdash?

But then at the same time, it’s hard to believe that I just said what I said considering who we have in the Oval Office. 🙂

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Hello Elizabeth, I need your Social Security number before I can finish writing your check, 🙂 ..just kidding!

If I had the wherewithal to write a check, I’d be (hot footin’) it on my way to Vegas.

See ya next week, Chuck.

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Edwin from Porterville,           (The 28th Amendment).

I’ve been reading your blather for close to a year now, why aren’t you rated higher on Google and Bing? Every time I tell a friend about your site I have to provide them your address because they can’t find you.

Keep up the good work, Ed.

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Hello Ed, thank you for your patronage and your narrative. I’m not rated higher because it costs money, I’m a one-man operation, a poor one-man operation, a very poor one-man operation.

I’ve enjoyed our visit, come back again. Chuck.

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Jeremy from Staten Island,       (The Age of Absurdity).

I’ve been a fan for six months, I really enjoy your writing and your graphics, super week.

The sky is falling was an extremely worthwhile service and of course, stupid, stupider, and stupidest were very entertaining and informative as was Dragnet.

I also thoroughly enjoyed today’s age of absurdity, however I have a question. Why would anyone in their right mind want to keep stupid people from shooting each other?

The quicker the stupid people are gone, the sooner America can return to a safer place for the rest of us.

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Hello Jeremy, thank you for patronizing my site and thank you for your narrative.

With that said; although I can sympathize with your desire to be safer, I can’t in good conscience go along with the idea of anyone shooting anyone for any reason?

America lost 58,000 good men in Vietnam because of stupid people, or more correctly, stupid greedy people.

Shooting people is not the answer, the answer is educating them, and I’m not talking about educating them in some Ivy League University.

I’m talking about the reconstitution of the family in America, with parents and love and responsibility.

A child has no vote in his or her creation, accordingly, if the Congress really wants to pass a law to protect children?

Let’s pass a law that makes individuals or couples who have children (personally responsible) along with (financially), and responsible with (actively) educating their children “until such a time” that their children understand the difference between right and wrong and practice it.

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Andy from Framingham,             (Politics 101).

I stumbled across your weblog looking for articles on politics for a class assignment. I’d like to copy it word for word, but I know I’d get busted. I’m in my second year at B.U., political science major, you definitely have a different way of looking at things.

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Hello Andy, thank you for stumbling across my site and for your narrative.

As I never attended a university, the only direction I ever got on the proper way to face life was from my father, his advice was simple…

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For those of us that learned the rules of life on a street corner, all you have to remember is;

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I have truly enjoyed our brief visit, you have my blessing and a green light to use any part of anything I have ever written if it will benefit you.

Have a great day, Chuck.

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Elliott from Atlanta,               (Politics 101).

The more I read what you write, the more I want my money back. I spent more than $80,000 to attend one of America’s better universities and then you come along and I learn that learning is more important than teaching and that God put a brain in my head for that very reason.

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Hello Elliott, thank you for visiting my site, thank you for your comment and your narrative.

Yeah, God’s a pretty great guy, and (using your brain) is an amazing pastime.

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Stop back anytime, Chuck.

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Jaylene from Charleston,       (Life in Black and White).

Who are you to tell people what they can call themselves? America is a free country and if black people want to call themselves African-Americans, who’s to say they can’t?

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Hello Jaylene, thank you for visiting my site and thank you for your comment. With that said; “hello my name is Chuck,” which hopefully will satisfy your request to know who I am?

My offering yesterday was not about what people should or should not call themselves, my offering was about right and wrong.

America is indeed a free country, and as a free country with a Constitution that guarantees “you” freedom of speech and freedom of the press, you are free to call yourself a chair, a marble or a piece of chalk.

Albeit in truth, calling yourself a chair a marble or a piece of chalk, doesn’t make you a chair a marble or a piece of chalk.

Have a great day Jaylene and if you ever figure it out, ..get back to me, Chuck.

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Corey from Denver,            (Life in Black and White).  

I’ve been a black guy since the day I was born, because my father is a black man and my mother is a black woman.

Not that I dislike being a black guy, nonetheless I would like to thank you for setting the world right for us brown guys. 🙂

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Hello Corey, thank you for visiting my site, for your comment, for your narrative and for your sense of humor.

In an oblique manner, you remind me somewhat of a young man I worked with years and years ago.

His name was Harold and he came to work one morning after a rather intense confrontation in which the N-word was used more than a few times. Harold had drawn up a wanted poster boldly inscribed with an offer; …

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The poster remained on the bulletin board for more than a year, but no one ever collected the reward.

Albeit truth forges understanding, forges comfort as well.

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