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« on: August 07, 2013, 10:39:03 PM »


 
 

Charlie Daniels, is an American Patriot and famous Country Western Singer.
Please take time to read his recent comments of July 1, 2013.
Pass this on if you agree.
The Press and Paula Deen - Soapbox 07/01/13
I think that if anything exemplifies the overt prejudice and determination of the American media to report only the news that suits their social and political interests and concept of what does and does not fit their agenda, it’s the totally overblown coverage of something Paula Deen said 20 years ago, and some party she planned that she wanted to resemble a plantation scene featuring black male waiters in period dress.
If Hollywood plans a movie featuring black waiters in a plantation scene or portray women as prostitutes or cast minorities in caricature roles does the media get upset and start calling the movie moguls racists?
Is there any grown person who could truthfully declare under oath that they have never uttered something that someone might find personally offensive?
“Let he who is without sin cast the first stone.”
Do the twenty-year-old words of a lady with a television cooking show trump the lie an Attorney General told Congress, or officials at the IRS usurping the rights of the American public and pleading the fifth amendment when confronted about it or the hiding of the facts surrounding the murder of four Americans at a Consulate in Libya or the incredibly shabby image of a president taking a one hundred million dollar vacation in this economy while closing down tours of the White House or the NSA invasion on the privacy of millions of unsuspecting citizens?
I think not, and yet these and other stories of the utmost importance were either ignored or given a back seat to the Paula Deen story which, when taken in context with the high level scandals, Putin's snubbing of an American president, the potentially explosive situations in so much of the world the story was certainly not newsworthy enough to be featured five nights in a row on network news.
Wouldn't a week-long investigation into the life of Lois Lerner, the things she's done and the reason she's pleading the fifth be more meaningful to the American people?
What about what's going on in Israel? The media has been strangely quiet on that front lately, is there nothing worth reporting in that volatile part of the world?
How about the coming catastrophic tidal wave the effect of Obamacare is going to have on America, is there nothing worth questioning in the over 30,000 pages of regulations?
How about the fact that due to federal over regulation it's nearly impossible to live in the U.S. without breaking some law?
How about the Christian pastor who is being held in one of the worst hell hole prisons in the world in Iran for nothing more than sharing his faith?
How about a whole way of life that's being destroyed in West Virginia by the president's war on coal?
I think you get the picture.
No wonder the mainstream media has fallen so far in the trust of the American people.
Why is the Paula Deen story worth so much airtime if not to take attention off the truly important issue, the life changing things that really affect the lives of Americans?
The news is not about news anymore. It's about protecting some people, destroying others and shoving a socialist agenda down the collective throats of America.
What do you think?
Pray for our troops and the peace of Jerusalem.
God Bless America,
Charlie Daniels
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« Reply #1 on: August 07, 2013, 11:26:09 PM »

    Thank you Charlie, well said.                          Instead of helping other less fortunate countries become like the USA, We find ourselves being taken down, ruined, by a man who has a chip on his shoulder. I have learned to despise those on the left.
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« Reply #2 on: August 08, 2013, 02:24:45 AM »

What is it about dirty coal that the conservatives love so much?  LOL, I’ll never figure that one out.  laugh

What makes this guy any more of a “patriot” than the next Joe or Kidd Rock or JayZ or Justin Bieber .  I couldn’t care less if somebody can “sing” or “cook on TV”.  I don’t consider either one a real job, real educated, or worth listening to.   I’d rather listen to the opinion of a beek before I would listen to either of these two. laugh  

Yes, I vaguely recall the story about Paula Dean but I guess I don’t focus on the trivial little things in life when we have slightly bigger fiscal holes in the USS Titanic.  

Oh come on now Fox Creek, you know there is some good in the left  Smiley  Isn't Moonbeam standing up the the unions like the Conservatives would?
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« Reply #3 on: August 08, 2013, 10:12:53 AM »

>What is it about dirty coal that the conservatives love so much?

I'm sure it's not that it's "dirty".  Natural gas is the perfect thing to pipe to people's houses.  When I was a kid most people in town used coal.  It had to be delivered to each house individually and then each house had to haul out the clinkers and put them in the alley.  I guess the good thing was that the cinders paved the alley...

You can't just dump trainloads of coal out and heat peoples homes, but you can pipe natural gas directly to their home and eliminate all that delivery work and cost.  Coal, on the other hand, we have in abundance (don't you keep telling us we will run out of gas and oil?) and can be dumped by the trainload at a power plant much more conveniently than by the truckload to peoples houses.  If you have limited resources, it makes sense to use those resources in the way they are most efficient and convenient.  Why burn up all the natural gas making electricity and someday be hauling coal to people's houses again when we run out?
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« Reply #4 on: August 08, 2013, 11:27:59 AM »

One thing I like about coal is it powers the plant that makes electricity that comes to my house where I use it to make the lights shine and the air conditioner cool and the freezer freeze, and my table saw run, ect, ect. Maybe you get the picture.
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« Reply #5 on: August 08, 2013, 11:58:35 AM »

When our power plant was using coal just a few years ago, we had the lowest rates in the country. Now it is 150% more costly.
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« Reply #6 on: August 08, 2013, 12:51:59 PM »

and we have some of the cleanest coal in the world.   when we stop digging it up those countries that use a lot of coal and have been buying from us, will be buying abundant but less clean coal from elsewhere.  since pollution is global, we have added to the problem. 

+ we have hurt the 3rd worlders who are bringing electricity to their people and raising the standard of living.  even if the cost of coal does not go up for them, they will suffer more pollution and more health problem from it.  most of the world does not have the clean air standards that we have.  by not digging and exporting (not to mention using) our coal, we have defeated the green agenda!

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« Reply #7 on: August 08, 2013, 01:59:15 PM »

    Ever notice the way leftist are always in "lockstep".  ( conservatives can have strong disagreements with one another ) Ever see this on the left ? Reminds me of the Nazis marching side by side, boots and arm high in the air.
    Because of the policies of this jerk in the Whitehouse, we now have mothers and fathers looking across the dinner table, in despair as it has become harder if not impossible to feed their children. Leftist do not care. After all, it is all about "Global Warming".   
   
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« Reply #8 on: August 08, 2013, 04:29:44 PM »

>we now have mothers and fathers looking across the dinner table, in despair as it has become harder if not impossible to feed their children.   

King Obama will feed your children and feed you. There are now 47,000,000 people on food stamps in the U.S. That doesn't count the people in other countries feeding off our tax dollars.
   
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« Reply #9 on: August 08, 2013, 10:33:16 PM »

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There are now 47,000,000 people on food stamps in the U.S. That doesn't count the people in other countries feeding off our tax dollars.

it also doesn't count the up to 3 meals a day served in school and the programs that feed kids on holidays and summer vacation.  there is NO income check for these programs so there is no way to determine need. 

+ the government just announced a new push to add more children to the SNAP program.  (food stamps)
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« Reply #10 on: August 09, 2013, 01:37:34 AM »

Gee, don’t any beeks eat Fish huh  I guess the mercury accumulations in Fish don’t bother you either.  Hmmm, come to think of it, maybe some have already had a LITTLE too much mercury over the years  laugh

If the Republicans really wanted lower cost, cleaner electricity, then they wouldn’t fight EVERY effort to increase energy efficiency.  More efficiency = less energy demand = lower costs for the energy no matter what is used to generate it.  Natural Gas being the most sensible solution at the present time.  Yet the Republicans fought banning the incandescent bulb time and time and time again.  Really made them look pretty foolish didn’t it.

If you’re all reminiscing about the good old ways of life that are disappearing, maybe you should instead worry more about high paying manufacturing jobs disappearing over the past 30 years.  When is Mr “patriot” Charlie Daniels going to sing about the UAW way of life disappearing?
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« Reply #11 on: August 09, 2013, 06:54:55 AM »

Typical Bluebee response. If you have no comeback, change the subject.
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« Reply #12 on: August 12, 2013, 01:41:26 AM »

I can't help but chuckle a little reading this. Especially the last comment lol.
 Maybe we should go back and reread the evolution of this meandering thread.... oh heck, never mind. It's much more interesting this way. pop yippie chick pop
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« Reply #13 on: August 12, 2013, 02:25:01 AM »

Ol CHarlie! He yelled at me about 26 years ago...   I still remember his exact words...
   "You boys stop fighting Or I'll stop singing!"
  hehe, kinda hard to stop in the middle of a fight Charlie!!!!
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« Reply #14 on: August 12, 2013, 04:03:44 AM »

Typical Bluebee response. If you have no comeback, change the subject.
huh huh huh
Who’s changing the subject?  The OP seemed to suggest we were losing some sort of Americana if we stop wreaking the land to dig up dirty coal.  I pointed out that was non-sense.  Polluting our food with more mercury when we really don't have to is just plain DUMB.  Maybe Fox hasn't told ya'll that the biggest source of mercury contamination of our food is from coal burning plants.  Coal has Mercury in it.
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« Reply #15 on: August 12, 2013, 09:33:02 AM »

""Yet the Republicans fought banning the incandescent bulb time and time and time again.  Really made them look pretty foolish didn’t it.

If you’re all reminiscing about the good old ways of life that are disappearing, maybe you should instead worry more about high paying manufacturing jobs disappearing over the past 30 years.""

First he complains about the republicans fighting the ban on the  light bulb made in the US, and allowing use of only the one made ONLY in China.

Then he complains about the manu. going overseas. He just can't make up his mind. TYPICAL ""moderate"" DEMOCRAT.
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« Reply #16 on: August 12, 2013, 12:46:20 PM »

    Bluebee, Which light bulb is more harmful to the environment. The incandescent or your (OK, your favorite BULB..) made in China ?
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« Reply #17 on: August 12, 2013, 01:09:19 PM »

Who said anything about fluorescent bulbs huh  Have beeks heard about LED bulbs yet?  More lumens per watt = more efficient = less power = fewer power plants needed = lower energy costs = mad right wing Republicans!
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« Reply #18 on: August 12, 2013, 01:14:07 PM »

Who said anything about fluorescent bulbs huh  Have beeks heard about LED bulbs yet?  More lumens per watt = more efficient = less power = fewer power plants needed = lower energy costs = mad right wing Republicans!

Ok, great, ....which is more harmful to the environment ?
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« Reply #19 on: August 12, 2013, 02:32:03 PM »

Who said anything about fluorescent bulbs huh  Have beeks heard about LED bulbs yet?  More lumens per watt = more efficient = less power = fewer power plants needed = lower energy costs = mad right wing Republicans!

    Did the Repubs. fight against the LED or the CFL ? Which is it ? ...I believe it was the CFL.  Bluebee....CFL bulbs have ...MERCURY in them !
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