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General Discussion / Registration Agreement and Forum Rules
« Last post by KamGams on August 12, 2019, 08:44:16 AM »
I tried RedSilver3 and hated it, because it was grey text on a lighter grey background.

Which one has black text on grey? I wouldnt have as much of an issue with that.
we will be releasing a new version, but Id like to wait to find out what mdmower means about the whitespace/tabs and fix both things
Obama's Hope and Change / Trump on NY Upset Obama Just Doesnt Get It
« Last post by KamGams on August 04, 2019, 10:38:55 PM »
From a foreign viewpoint- Trump is only marginally worse than what Bush was- they both dragged the USA down into the mud. Obama had his faults, but IMHO was far superior than either- and many of those faults could actually be laid at the feet of the Republicans stonewalling him at every opportunity.

I just hope he doesnt get another major conflict started because our libs are only too willing to jump in with him- just like last time
Up North or Down South / Black white and married in the Deep South
« Last post by KamGams on August 04, 2019, 12:04:15 AM »
Im in Omaha , moved here from the Waterloo,Ia. area . I was up there last weekend and seen a  used Vibe for sale  Rydells ....Neptune blue. Just some info if anyones looking for one
Interracial Relationships / Interracial Dating on Facebook ?
« Last post by abhinavj on March 14, 2015, 09:29:33 AM »
Have any one ever thought of Dating on Facebook ever. I met this girl on facebook via I am Asian guy and this girl is Black girl lives in NewYork. We did become friends on Facebook and shared many messages but nothing materialized because of distance between me and her. So we finally gave up, but I still have a liking for this girl and we have still not removed each other from Facebook as friends. I hope same thing will work out. I guess  :(
Quoting from the article...

*While some are happy for actress Tamera Mowry-Housley’s union with her white husband, others have aggressively offered their views about interracial relationships.

The criticism came after photos of her engagement were posted on the web.
“I was just shocked that some people still feel that way. It’s 2011! They did a poll recently and 83 percent of Americans are OK with interracial relationships,” she shared to YBF. “I never expected that kind of negative response to us. That’s why I was OK with our photographer putting those pics on his website.”
And about her husband, she said he handled it well.

“He said, ‘That’s not our issue. That’s their issue. So they can deal with that.’  From now on, I’m just focusing on the people who love us and support us.”
But that wasn’t the only tough thing she had to handle. Before getting married, her then boyfriend was adamant about remaining celibate throughout their courtship.

“I’ll be very very honest. (Laughs embarrassingly)  We decided, it was both of our decision, not to live together for religious reasons. I’m being very honest. We actually didn’t wait until we got married to be intimate … but we did wait three years. (The two have been together for six years). I wanted to do what felt right for me … It’s something that just felt right for me. It was just a personal choice. And even after being intimate, we decided as a couple to be celibate until the wedding.”

Read it for yourself at:
Yikes!  Pres. Obama has put this country farther into debt and all of the Presidents in our history combined!  That's an unbelievable disgrace! 

Think of it like this... In 2 years and 9 months, Pres. Obama and his Democrats in Congress have put this country farther in debt than every President combined together over the last 232 years of this country's existence!  The United States was formed in 1776 and in the 235 years since then, Pres. Obama has "led" us taxpayers into the deepest debt hole in history.   

Here's another way to look at it... Pres. Obama has "led" this country for only 1.17% of our 235 years of history and he has spent more money than the remaining 98.83% of our history!  That's astounding!  I never knew that until today and you won't hear the liberal news media mention it at all. 

Quoting from the article...

Hannity: Obama Punishes Rich With His Debt

President Barack Obama has accumulated more debt than all of the other U.S. presidents combined and is going to punish the rich to make up for it, Sean Hannity contends.

The president backs the Occupy Wall Street protesters, Hannity said on his radio show today, adding that the demonstrators must not understand that 1 percent of American taxpayers contribute 40 percent of the taxes, and 50 percent pay nothing.

“I’m not against paying taxes,” he said. “Can we limit the percentage? Can I keep 75 cents of every dollar? Why does it have to be 50 percent?”

Hannity, broadcasting from Atlanta to celebrate Fox’s 15th anniversary, as well as the 15th anniversary of his own TV show on Fox, also questioned the protesters’ motives for attacking the wealthy.

“The anointed one is now defending the Wall Street protestors, the ones who hate the 1 percent, like Steve Jobs, who passed away,” he said. “He made the world a better place. He created something that has impacted the entire world.”

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Obama's Hope and Change / Poll: 55% of Americans Say Obama One-Term President
« Last post by George on October 05, 2011, 12:32:03 AM »
Quoting from the article...

President Barack Obama acknowledged in an interview on Monday that he is “absolutely” the underdog in the 2012 election, but said he remains confident he can win re-election.

He also told George Stephanopoulos that Republicans have been following an “extreme approach to governance,” and says that despite recent successes, America will always be vulnerable to another terrorist attack.

The president sat down with Stephanopoulos for the interview that streamed live on ABC News and Yahoo! News. Stephanopoulos referred to a new ABC News/Washington Post poll disclosing that 55 percent of Americans now believe Obama will be a one-term president.

Asked by Stephanopoulos if he believes he is now the underdog, Obama responded: “Absolutely. But I don’t mind. I’m used to being an underdog.
“But at the end of the day what people are going to say is, who’s got a vision for the future that can actually help ordinary families recapture that American dream?”

Stephanopoulos noted that New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said last week that Obama doesn’t have the courage to lead and called him a “bystander” in the Oval Office and a “divider.”

Obama responded: “If the guy’s thinking of running for president, he’s going to say a lot of stuff. And I think in Republican primaries it’s probably going to poll pretty well.

“I don’t think the American people would dispute that at every step of the way I have done everything I can to try to get the Republican Party to work with me on the biggest crisis of our lifetime, and each time all we’ve gotten from them is no.

“They’ve made a decision to follow what is a pretty extreme approach to governance.”

Matt Towery, a syndicated columnist and CEO of the nonpartisan polling firm Insider/Advantage, told Newsmax that claiming to be the underdog is “probably pretty smart on Obama’s part. He is the underdog. I think he has to understand his fate lies in two different rolls of the dice.

“First, the issue of the economy. If the economy doesn’t improve, his chances of re-election are very slim.

“Two, if the Republicans nominate an electable candidate. He’s banking on the possibility that they won’t choose someone with broad appeal to American voters. But the economy would still have to improve for him win in any case.

“Obama wants to be the underdog. He has no choice. I find his statement the smartest political thing he’s said in months. It’s a smart strategy.

Read the rest of the article at the link below...
Here are some key quotes from the article below.  Read the whole story and see the video at the link below.

FreedomWorks Chairman Dick Armey warns that President Barack Obama’s policies are so misguided that they could trigger civil unrest if continued for a second term.

In an exclusive Newsmax.TV interview to discuss FreedomWorks’ new super PAC, Armey cited high unemployment, the sharp spike in the number of Americans living in poverty, and dysfunctional tax policies as legacies of an administration he described as “hopelessly lost.”

Asked whether he is concerned the president’s stewardship over the nation could foment the sort of civil unrest seen elsewhere in the world, the former House majority leader replied: “I think it could. First of all, we have to accept President Obama is just a hopelessly lost, romantic egalitarian.

“If you read his own books . . . his whole accounting of how he went to Harvard and looked up all the Marxist professors. I guarantee you, if you got all your knowledge from Marxist professors, you got everything wrong.”

Armey’s broadside reflects a political milieu that has grown increasingly toxic since Obama alleged on Monday that House Speaker John Boehner harbors a “my-way-or-the-highway” attitude on taxes.

“This is not class warfare,” Obama said of his proposal to increase taxes on wealthier Americans despite the economic downturn. “It’s math.”

Armey said he has never seen a U.S. leader “so wholly misguided about the nature and character of the way the world works and the history of America in the history of the world, as this president: He just doesn’t know who we are.”

The rise of its “Kosher Tea” organization, which contributed to Republican Bob Turner’s remarkable victory in New York Congressional District 9, is persuading Jewish voters to reconsider their traditional allegiance to the Democratic Party.

“The Jewish community was given sort of a shock into an awakening by President Obama,” Armey said, “in what they felt was a betrayal by him. This gives us a chance to have them re-engage in a whole spectrum of political issues.”

Armey said the first thing he’d like to see the next president do is to propose a flat tax. “Washington’s full of slow learners,” he said. “They need more tax revenue, [but] you don’t get that from higher taxes. Simplify the [tax] base, make it a truly fair tax, where everybody is treated the same as everybody else, and that unleashes” investment.

In my humble opinion, a simple flat tax to fund the Federal Government is exactly what we need.  It would simplify the IRS tax code from thousands of pages in books to a flippin' pamphlet that everyone could understand.  It would eliminate the need for tax lawyers, accountants and all of the IRS people and that would save everyone money as well.  It would treat everyone the same and make it impossible for rich people and corporations to wiggle out of paying taxes by exploiting loopholes. 

Read it all for yourself and see the video at the following link.
Funny Stuff! / New Baby
« Last post by George on September 30, 2011, 07:53:56 PM »
Married couple went to the hospital to have their baby delivered. Upon their arrival, the doctor said he had invented a new machine that would transfer a portion of the mother's labor pain to the baby's father. He asked if they were willing to try it out. They were both very much in favor of it.

The doctor set the pain transfer to 10% for starters, explaining that even 10% was probably more pain than the father had ever experienced before. However, as the labor progressed, the husband felt fine and asked the doctor to go ahead and kick it up a notch. The doctor then adjusted the machine to 20% pain transfer. The husband was still feeling fine.

The doctor checked the husband's blood pressure and was amazed at how well he was doing. At this point, they decided to try for 50%. The husband continued to feel quite well. Since the pain transfer was obviously helping out the wife considerably, the husband encouraged the doctor to transfer ALL the pain to him. The wife delivered a healthy baby with virtually no pain. She and her husband were ecstatic. When they got home, the mailman was dead on the porch!!!
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