Affinity or Infinity..

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According to Webster: “af·fin·i·ty,” (in context) n., A natural attraction or feeling of kinship.

Due to the abounding condemnation of “my character” from the racist, and/or, (ignorant community) for being so bold as to share the truth, this morning I respond with; …

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As I prefer to believe that the folks in (my generation) have acquired the knowledge to rise above stupidity, I will forge straight ahead to the (me) and (millenniums), and/or, (in my opinion), the unfortunate, or lost people that grew to adult dimensions without parents.

Truth: No matter how many times a preacher or a politician tells you that you are responsible for your neighbor, you are not.

An adult human being is responsible for him or herself and he or she, if (applicable), are “responsible” for the children they create.

Beyond this basic truth, people are empowered by God, not by people, to choose what they want to be responsible for.

If an individual, man or a woman wants to be responsible for a government, the choice is theirs, not the government’s.

Governments are created by people, people are not created by governments.

In fact and in truth, when you shine a bright enough light on a government, you will find that the only thing it has created, is corruption.

(Sidebar).

An excerpt from the Meditation XVII, a literary work of John Donne, 17th Century British poet.

“No man is an island, entire of itself; every man is a piece of the continent, a part of the main.

If a clod be washed away by the sea, Europe is the less, as well as if a promontory were, as well as if a manor of thy friend’s or of thine own were: any man’s death diminishes me, because I am involved in mankind, and therefore never send to know for whom the bells tolls; it tolls for thee.

Neither can we call this a begging of misery, or a borrowing of misery, as though we were not miserable enough of ourselves, but must fetch in more from the next house, in taking upon us the misery of our neighbors.

Truly it were an excusable covetousness if we did, for affliction is a treasure, and scarce any man hath enough of it.

No man hath affliction enough that is not matured and ripened by and made fit for God by that affliction.

If a man carry treasure in bullion, or in a wedge of gold, and have none coined into current money, his treasure will not defray him as he travels.

Tribulation is treasure in the nature of it, but it is not current money in the use of it, except we get nearer and nearer our home, heaven, by it.

Another man may be sick too, and sick to death, and this affliction may lie in his bowels, as gold in a mine, and be of no use to him; but this bell, that tells me of his affliction, digs out and applies that gold to me: if by this consideration of another’s danger I take mine own into contemplation, and so secure myself, by making my recourse to my God, who is our only security.”

John Donne

John Donne was a head-on Dude.

Question: So what happened to all the head-on dudes in the world like John Donne?

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Simple: They were all eaten by selfish greedy progressives.

Continuing…

Homo sapiens, and/or, “human beings,” and/or, “people” are quite amazing creatures when you take the time to look past “our” shortcomings.

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Man has journeyed from eating carrion left by more skilled hunters, to walking on the moon, and sending “technology” beyond the stars, ..but to what avail?

According to Webster: “in·fin·i·ty,” (in context) n., Unbounded space, time, or quantity.

I was raised to believe in God, not a cathedral, consequently (in my opinion), a man or a woman that needs a cathedral to commune with God doesn’t understand God, or themselves.

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God doesn’t hang out in cathedrals, people do.

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Man’s reach is infinite, yet his grasp is sorely lacking.

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When ministers and monarchs place their well-being above the well-being of the people, they have no godly purpose.

(Sidebar).

Quote du jour, Jack Dunphy, @proofpositive.blogspot.com provided by “our” friend Bob.

“Yes, the deaths of Eric Garner and Michael Brown are unfortunate and worthy of discussion, but will Chuck Todd and the rest of the chattering classes spare a moment to address the deaths of Scott Patrick, Joseph Dunn, Michael Pimentel, Geniel Amaro-Fantauzzi, Daryl Pierson, Nickolaus Schultz, Jason Harwood, Joseph Matuskovic, Bryon Dickson, Michael Norris, Joe Naylor, Danny Oliver, Michael Davis, Eugene Kostiuchenko, Jesse Valdez, Shaun Diamond, David Payne, Robert White, Matthew Chism, Justin Winebrenner, Christopher Smith, and Edwin Roman-Acevedo? Who are these men, you ask, and what happened to them? They are the 22 American police officers murdered just since the day Eric Garner died. There were 33 others killed earlier in the year.

Don’t look for any of their widows to appear on Meet the Press.”

Continuing…

Animals, (that we humans categorize as animals), learn their “survival skills” from their parents, and/or, parent, depending on nature’s chosen path?

According to Webster: “path,” (in context) n., The route or course along which something travels or moves.

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Teaching a survival skill.

Question: What knowledge does a new-born human being possess?

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He or she knows that he or she is hungry or uncomfortable.

Beyond those two attributes, a human child might as well be a lump of clay, because everything after hunger and comfort is a learned feature that “we” will learn, ..or not?

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Just for fun this morning, less liken a new-born child to a new, (in the box) computer that you might purchase from Walmart or Best Buys.

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(Human brain – without instruction manual).

Unlike a computer from Walmart or Best Buys, the human brain does not come with a book of instructions.

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(Typical millennium).

Since you’ve had prior experience fondling a keyboard, like the Lions share of our species, you skip the instructions and jump right into “surfing or hacking” as you’ve had (your own) key to the front door since you were five, accordingly no one ever pointed out the difference to you.

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Observation; An individual that has no respect for America’s furniture, (in this writer’s opinion), has no respect for America and he has no character.

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If truth and “reality” still have any validity, statistically what a child learns or doesn’t learn in the years between the age of one and five, will dictate that child’s character until that child assumes room temperature.

A pertinent Question: Do the parents of black children teach their children something that white parents don’t teach their children?

In a recent interview with New York City’s current mayor, Bill de Blasio, Mayor de Blasio heralded how he, (a white man with a black wife and black children), felt obligated to explain to his son that white police officers would treat him differently than white boys and white people.

According to Webster: “ra·cism,” (in context), Discrimination or prejudice based on race.

(Sidebar).

If Mayor De Blasio’s warning to his son is not the epitome of racism, ..I’ll eat a pair red shoelaces on network television.

Continuing…

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Considering the public outcries made by both of the fellows imaged above, (factored against the article by Jack Dunphy @proofpositive.com), how many (white police officers) will have to be laid to rest to satisfy these two hate mongers?

Truth forges understanding, I’ll be back tomorrow

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Mindset..

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According to Webster: “mind·set,” (In context) A fixed attitude that predetermines a person’s responses to and interpretations of situations.

When an elected official, (of any ilk), stands before his or her constituents and expounds that his or her job is not easy, “he or she” is not the man or the woman for the job.

Easy in the real world, is simply eliminating those things that aren’t needed or are incorrect.

According to Webster: “dif·fi·cult,” (in context) Hard to do or accomplish; demanding considerable effort or skill; arduous.

At seventy-three years of age I have washed dishes, boxed groceries, cooked, dug ditches, built houses, pumped gas, manufactured airplanes, driven trucks, managed more than one business and I carried an M-60 machine gun in Vietnam and can honestly say that not one of those chores presented any difficulty, because in each occupation I understood what I was doing and why.

It is touted that the job of President of the United States is one of the most difficult and stressful jobs in the world and to this I say…

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Think about it, how difficult could the job be if it was done by George W. Bush and is currently being attempted by Barack Hussein Obama, two “puppet” individuals with absolutely no qualifications and no experience, ..at anything with the need for intelligence.

According to Webster: “in·tel·li·gence,” n. (In context) The capacity for thought and reason.

A frightening thought; …

Can you imagine what the U.S. Constitution would read like if it had been written by George W. Bush or Barack Obama?

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Just because man has developed the technologies to peer through his neighbors window, read his mail and listen to his private conversations in the 21st Century, ..it doesn’t make it correct or acceptable behavior in a civilized society.

Nor is it a correct or acceptable behavior in a “responsible” society to elect a black man to the office of President of the United States for no better reason than the fact that he is a black man.

Question: Why has it taken America’s population six years to wake up to the reality that Barack Obama is not, has not and will never be qualified to lead this nation within the law as set forth by our Constitution?

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Barack Obama does not believe in the U.S. Constitution.

If Barack Obama “doesn’t believe” in the U.S. Constitution, what does he believe in?

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Simple: What all progressive liberals believe in; “Living off of someone else’s dime.”

Abe Lincoln sign the Emancipation Proclamation on Jan. 1, 1863 and more than 25,000, goodhearted and right minded white men died to free black folks from slavery.

Question: When is someone going to sign an “emancipation proclamation” to free white people from the responsibility of supporting lazy disgruntled black folks?

Biological reality: No white man in the history of mankind has ever fathered a black child.

According to Webster: “re·spon·si·ble,” (in context) adj. The discharge of a duty or trust.

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White people are not responsible for black people.

Truth forges understanding, I’ll be back tomorrow

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The Epitome of Black..

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According to Webster: “black,” (basic) adj. Being of the color black, producing little light and having no predominate hue.

Also according to Webster, and every dictionary published in the English language, synonyms and related words for black are less than flattering.

Synonyms; dark, evil, immoral, iniquitous, nefarious, rotten, sinful, unethical, unlawful, unrighteous, unsavory, villainous, vile, vicious, wicked, wrong.

Related Words; base, contemptible, despicable, dirty, disreputable, evil-minded, ignoble, ill, infernal, low, mean, snide, sordid; atrocious, cruel, infamous, nasty; blamable, blameworthy, censurable, objectionable, obscene, offensive, reprehensible; corrupt, debased, debauched, degenerate, depraved, dissolute, libertine, loose, low-minded, perverted, reprobate, scrofulous, sick, unhealthy; cursed (also curst), cussed, defiling, noxious, pernicious, pestilential, ugly, ungodly, unwholesome; banned, barred, condemned, discouraged, forbidden, illegal, interdicted, outlawed, prohibited, proscribed, unauthorized, unclean; disallowed; execrable, lousy, miserable, wretched; errant, erring, fallen, unprincipled, unscrupulous; improper, incorrect, indecent, indecorous, naughty, unbecoming, unseemly, dishonorable, dishonest, and vulgar.

(source, http://www.merriam-webster.com/thesaurus/black).

Consequently, if you subscribe to the English language as described in a (Webster’s), dictionary for communication, the synonyms and the related words that I have provided above are what you have to choose from, ..that is, ..if you want to present yourself as competent.

Although the issue is skirted in a number of verses, there is no direct or specific reference to black people in the Bible.

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Quite simply because God does not discriminate and neither do “honest” human beings.

Question: Is Al Sharpton a good person and a man of God?

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According to the New York daily news.com the good Rev. Al Sharpton celebrated his 60th birthday this year by throwing himself a party at the luxurious Four Seasons Restaurant in Manhattan.

An event that was enjoined by pretty much everyone who is anyone in America’s liberal social set, to include a surrogate for Barack Obama who carried an inspirational message.

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Apparently, the fact that the good Rev. Al Sharpton owes in excess of $450 million in back income taxes isn’t a concern to America’s current Commander in Chief?

(Sidebar).

Hey, I didn’t write the dictionary nor did I take part in writing the Bible, otherwise both volumes would contain a lot more common sense and a lot less misinterpretation.

Continuing…

For my purpose on this particular occasion, I would like to example; “good and evil.”

In Western society, and/or, culture, it is accepted by a great number of people that, …

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..black cats are bad luck?

According to Webster: “luck,” (in context) n. The chance happening of good fortunate or of an adverse event.

Whether you catalog luck and fortune under the title of myth or superstition it doesn’t really matter, as few folks don’t fully understand the difference…

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(Unicorn).

According to Webster: “myth,” (in context) n. A traditional, typically ancient story dealing with supernatural beings, ancestors, or heroes that serves as a fundamental type in the world view of a people, as by explaining aspects of the natural world or delineating the psychology, customs, or ideals of society.

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(The Grim Reaper).

According to Webster: “su·per·sti·tion,” (in context) n. An irrational belief that an object, an action, or a circumstance not logically related to a course of events influences its outcome.

As memory is an extremely unreliable entity, especially in someone who turned seventy-three the day after Christmas, I choose to relate that I was told about the ill effects of black cats somewhere around the same time that I learned, that I shouldn’t poke hairpins into electrical outlets.

Life is learning and none of us are immune to it, whether you’re a child learning that you shouldn’t poke hairpins into electrical outlets, or you’re an adult living in America learning that the president of this nation isn’t an island unto himself.

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In life, everyone essentially affects the life of another person at some level and the more “accountable” your station, the more you affect others.

When the President of the United States makes a comment in public, whether he’s stating that he is the president and he can do what ever he wants, or he volunteers off-the-cuff that if he had a son, ..he would be like Trayvon Martin.

His words are picked up and reverberated via the media to everyone on the planet with an electrical outlet or a smart phone.

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Truth: In (the real world), Trayvon Martin was a very troubled young man with a juvenile police record, ..not a choir boy.

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Truth: In (the real world), Michael Brown was shot and killed in the act of assaulting a police officer and failing to heed the officers instructions to cease and desist.

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In the real world when an individual, be he meek or the most powerful man in the world, when the odds are against you, it is pure ignorance to believe that you are invincible.

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(Batman).

Albeit our traditions and literature promote the concept that black is something to be feared, ..it is not.

Batman wears “black” and (who doesn’t) set on the edge of their seat to cheer him on when he’s thrashing the Riddler or saving a damsel in distress?

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Truth: In (the real world), black men and women are just that, “black men and women,” with lives like everyone else.

Black people feel joy, love, hate, pain, anger, disappointment and rejection the same as white people, or Brown people, or red people, or purple people…

Well, maybe not as much as purple people, because purple people have the additional fear of…

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..one eyed, one horned, flying purple people eaters.

Albeit as Franklin Delano Roosevelt so eloquently put it in his first inaugural address; …

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Which of course, (at least in my considered opinion), no truer words have ever been spoken by mankind as “fear,” ..is now elevated in our society and culture to a level of absurdity as we currently use the word…

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..to identify everything from children bullying each other on the Internet to its most outrageous use, ..to describe human beings “killing” one other.

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On September 11, 2001, more than 3000 American citizens were murdered by a group of disgruntled Muslims.

(Sidebar).

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Continuing…

According to Webster: “mur·der,” (in context) n. The unlawful killing of one human being by another.

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America needs to get back to reality, a “terrorist” ..is nothing more than a (criminal), same as an “undocumented” worker is an illegal alien.

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Notwithstanding, this little guy has a fistful of switchblades, as God provided for his survival, however when shown love and kindness, all of God’s creatures will reciprocate in kind.

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Truth forges understanding, I’ll be back tomorrow

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Readers Forum – Sharing..

 

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According to Webster: “share,” (in context) n. To participate in, use, enjoy, or experience jointly with another or others.

As an individual who truly reveres the history of mankind, I can genuinely say that there has never been a time in the history of man, where the tools available to “communicate” have been more available than they are today.

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Janet,                             (Promises and Pledges).

Talk about hitting the mark, I’ve been married and divorced three times, and not because I cheated on my husband.

If I may, I would very much like to use your forum to inform the women of America and the women of the world, that if they expect a man to do anything other than follow his ego prior to growing up, they will be sorely disappointed.

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

With that said my friend; kudos to you for stepping in the ring and kudos to you for winning this one, ..as I “wholeheartedly” agree with you.

As hoksy and folksy as this may sound; …

“You can lead a horse to water, but…

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..you can’t make him drink.”

Speaking as a man, (honestly), a woman, ..or even another man, ..is a fool, (when), he or she accepts a man’s word as the gospel truth.

Because the truth today, is never the truth tomorrow and this truth holds true for women as well.

With examples abounding into infinity, I could be here into the next millennium providing them. Which of course I have no incentive or inclination to do.

We all know who we are and we all know when we’re being dishonest or misleading, (none of us) are without our faults, as our biology unequivocally guides us, and/or, we “human beings,” at some level in everything that we do, I personally am categorically “amazed” that we do as well as we do.

Accordingly, in stepping out of this quagmire, ..if anyone out there would like my advice…

Know your subject matter and be true.

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Edie,                                     (From a Reader),

I’ve only been reading your posts for a little more than three months, nevertheless I can definitely relate to your reader Andy.

I like so many other people in America was swept up by Obama’s ability to read from a Teleprompter in 2008, but after the way he rammed universal healthcare down our throats, I woke up and campaigned as hard as I could against him in 2012, to no avail.

I like both judge Jeanine and Jan Brewer, so either one is a good choice for 2016 in my book. They might even make a great ticket together?

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

Although Americans that actually have an allegiance to the Constitution have had a long and uncomfortable ride under the Obama administration, there is a saving grace for 2016, the progressives don’t have a candidate.

Which of course will aggressively be disputed the liberal ilk that still support Hillary, ..both of them.

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Bethany,                                   (Form a Reader).

I’ve been reading your post for nearly two years and you are without a doubt the best source of news and entertainment I have ever found, on television or on the Internet, thank you, thank you, thank you.

Before I found your website, I was always torn between Fox and CNN, but now that I read your blog, I only tune into them to confirm their bias and inadequacy.

Nowhere on cable or in the mainstream media will anyone learn the truth about who controls America’s currency, or where Barack Obama came and who his mentors were and what he believes.

Since reading your posts, I have done extensive research, as you suggested, on Richard Cloward and Frances Fox Piven. I have personally researched Frank Marshall Davis, Bill Ayres and his wife Bernardine Dohrn, Jim Messina and David Axelrod, the Rothschild family, George Soros, sweet Michelle and the worst of the worst, Saul Alinsky.

Which of course, in my book, demonstrates the only people in America more corrupt than the individuals I named above, would be the individuals that decide what Americans get to watch on television.

Thank God for the Internet and thank God for you.

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Hello Bethany, thank you for patronizing my site and thank you for jumping in the pool.

Were it that I was capable of adding anything constructive to what you have written, ..I would.

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Gail,                                  (Who is Responsible).

As I am further north of sixty then you are, I had to read your article twice today to understand what you wanted me to do?

At ninety-one, only my great-grandchildren are north of thirty these days and they live in California, ground I swore I would never walk on again after I moved to Florida in 1967.

The idea of old folks talking to young people is a good idea and one that I will participate in the moment I meet a young person that can count to ten in English that isn’t carrying a gun.

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Hello Gail, thank you for visiting my site and thank you for your extremely enlightening narrative.

As you know if you regularly read my blather, another quest I’m sponsoring is getting a woman elected president, would you be interested in the job?

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Arlene,                                     (Smith or Monger).

I’m a bit embarrassed this morning because when I went to your site, at first I thought it said Smith & Wesson and as the proud owner of a chrome plated model 15, my heart literally skipped a beat.

However, I did enjoy your article, (Smith or Monger) very much as I enjoy everything you write.

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

I’m always pleased when someone enjoys something I write and I’m even more pleased when that person is an individual who appreciates his or her Second Amendment rights.

Although I’m partial to my (custom) polished stainless steel,

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Ruger “Super Blackhawk, ..with elephant ivory grips,

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..I do have a chrome model 15 Smith in my collection.

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..as well as a number of other Super Blackhawks that I’ve personalized.

God bless the Second Amendment.

Well boys and girls, it would seem that this is the end of my forum for today, as the holidays have only provided me with five ladies that took the time to share their thoughts with me it’s week.

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According to Webster: “ad·den·dum,” n. Something added or to be added, especially a supplement to a book.

I am a bit late in posting my forum this morning, as one of my faithful, (Bob), didn’t post his comment yesterday until after I’d locked up.

Accordingly, I did not read his comment until I unlocked this morning and since “Bob” is not only a regular, but a (dyed in the wool) patriot, that truly loves and believes in America as (our founding fathers) meant it to be, I have included “Bob’s” thoughts, not just for me, but for the benefit of all mankind.

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Bob,                                       (Smith or Monger).

Zinger after zinger! I loved it. It is time for the twinkies to grow a pair and realize that if the big O is not curbed soon there will be no “land of the free and home of the brave.”

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He sits dipping his toes in the waves on the beaches of Hawaii while victims of his divide and conquer rhetoric are laid to rest in NYC.

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He is giving his “dahling” kids the good life while the child of the fallen officer is crying from a broken heart. What a leader? What a man? What a human being? Arrrrrrrgh!

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Good morning Bob, ..first, ..thank you for the happy birthday.

As for a follow-up on your comment, I couldn’t do any better, so I’m not even gonna to try.

Thank you again for your participation, ..you are “genuinely” appreciated.

Truth forges understanding, I’ll be back tomorrow.

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Smith or Monger..

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According to Webster: “smith,” n. A metalworker, especially one who works metal when it is hot and malleable.

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According to Webster: “mon·ger,” (in context) n. A dealer in a specific commodity.

In an attempt to provide a bit of clarity to the world at large this morning, I begin by critiquing the following; …

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(Charlize Theron).

According to Webster: “beau·ti·ful,” adj. Having qualities that delight the senses, especially the sense of sight.

(Sidebar).

In (this writer’s opinion), you could mix Charlize Theron with stomped on mud and she wouldn’t be unattractive.

..as opposed to;

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(The wicked witch of the West).

Whom one could mix with Rose petals and Red wine and still (not) achieve anywhere near a reasonable facsimile of “delightful” to the senses.

According to Webster: “ug·ly,” adj. Displeasing to the eye; unsightly.

Continuing…

Albeit Plato proclaimed that; “Beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder.” It goes without saying that few of us would find anything “unattractive” about an…

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(Enzo Ferrari).

(Sidebar).

As both a (self-proclaimed) “wordsmith and word monger,” I can assure you with confidence, that (it is) a “rare occasion” that I encounter a “word” that (we) “Homo sapiens, and/or, human beings” use with impunity, that (are not) according to the dictionary, “legitimate” words.

With my personal favorite illegitimate word being; …

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Accordingly, irregardless of irregardless being my favorite illegitimate word, this morning I have discovered its equal.

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Not being able to speak to the excitement that this revelation brings to you, I share my thoughts; “I think it’s fantastic.”

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According to Webster: “fan·tas·tic,” adj. (in context) Fanciful; bizarre.

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According to Webster: “bi·zarre,” (in context) adj. Strikingly unconventional and far-fetched; odd.

In the world beyond the correctness required by standards set by those that set standards. Who in the Western world (has not) used the word “unattractive” in conversation, or in text?

Continuing…

As it has come to light that “unattractive” is off the table this morning, (at least for my purpose), I offer two alternatives, “unsightly” and “repulsive.”

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According to Webster: “un·sight·ly,” adj. Unpleasant or offensive to look at; unattractive. See Synonyms at ugly.

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According to Webster: “re·pul·sive,” (in context) adj. Tending to repel or drive off.

Clarification; “I personally find tattoos unattractive, especially on women. As for a tattoo on an individual like Angelina Jolie I find tattoos not only unattractive, but categorically ridiculous because with her financial portfolio she is more than capable of purchasing a tablet to scribe her notes.”

(Sidebar).

For the single individual out there who may not have caught Webster’s (lapse in propriety), although Webster denies the legitimacy of the word “unattractive” as an entity unto itself, it would seem that they have (no problem) using the “word” to define the word unsightly.

Continuing…

Question: Considering the absurdity of what I have provided so far this morning, what inspired my action?

Answer: “An email from Icarus.”

(Sidebar).

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For those that (may not) be familiar with “Greek mythology,” Icarus was the son of Daedalus. In short, the story goes as follows; “Icarus and his father in attempting to escape from Crete by means of wings that his father made from feathers and wax. Icarus’ disregarded his father’s warnings not to fly too close to the sun and the rest is history, at least in Greek mythology.”

Icarus, (my protagonist), not the Icarus of Greek mythology, writes; …

“I’ve been reading your posts for more than a year now and I believe that your criticism of Obama, although “somewhat” warranted, is without merit, as you provide no alternative to the programs that he is providing, so how is your criticism a benefit to anyone?”

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I mean, how often do you get an email from an imbecile on Christmas?

Take your pick…

According to Webster: “im·be·cile,” (in context) 1. A person of moderate to severe mental retardation with a mental age of from three to seven years, being capable of simple tasks under supervision.

2. The term belongs to a classification system no longer in use and is now considered offensive.

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As you, (in my opinion), ..identify yourself as a “dependent” individual by challenging my opinion that Barack Obama’s socialist/communist ideology is categorically adverse to the principles of our founding fathers, I have no recourse other than to treat you as a hostile.

America was not founded by limp wristed antagonists that rally to the cries of parasites like Al Sharpton and his ilk who revel in talking the talk, albeit when you turn over the rock he and his cronies crawled out from under, the good Reverend Al’s record is one that provides he has no interest in walking the walk.

If ever there was an example personifying that black (is not) beautiful, “Alfred Charles “Al” Sharpton would be it.

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Not that I’m a bona fide expert on the Reverend Al Sharpton, albeit (for the record), ..if I owe the federal government $450 million in back taxes, I not only “couldn’t afford” the suit he’s wearing in this picture, I couldn’t afford the Walmart pajamas I’m wearing as I’m writing this.

But then what the hell, ..my parents raised me to respect my fellow man, …not to use them as an ATM.

In Reverend Al’s bio on Wikipedia, he is (described as) an American Baptist minister, civil rights activists, television and radio talk show host and a trusted White House advisor who, according to 60 minutes, is President Obama’s go to “black” leader.

Question: Aren’t civil rights activists supposed to advocate for people’s civil rights?

If like myself, you came up with an answer in the affirmative, my next question is; …

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Because in truth, if I hadn’t been assured by black folks that black folks couldn’t be racist because they’re black, I believe that I might be inclined to think that under this administration, I’m being discriminated against because I’m white.

According to Webster: “ra·cism,” (in context) n. The belief that one race is superior to another or others.

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And he has for six years now and America’s dependence on government subsidies have doubled, ..tripled, ..and even quadrupled under the Obama administration.

America buried two New York police officers this week, and (in my opinion), they were buried due to the radical policies of Al Sharpton and Barack Obama heralding the “evils” of (white) police officers.

I can’t speak for the rest of the nation, however for me, I am sick to death of the divided America that Barack Obama has provided us, ..and I “ain’t” talking about between whites and a blacks.

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(Discrimination is a two-way street).

I’m talking about between the (government) and the people.

Truth forges understanding, I’ll be back tomorrow

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Happy Birthday, ..2014

 

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Enjoy the day, I’ll be back tomorrow

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Christmas 2014..

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ABSOLUTELY, …you’re on my list !

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