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    Again they disrespect our President

    Again they disrespect our President

    From frequent photographer Jason:

    Taken a couple of weeks ago. Asheville, NC is a great town for mountains, restaurants and music. But it’s not known for it’s civility.

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    This is “civility” at its finest.


     
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    David Yotham | July 18, 2012 at 7:40 am

    The other item they wish to announce is, “Asheville: The Sweet Cesspool of Sin”. I recall reading years ago how England used to have the same problem back in the 1400s.

    Because of the limited mobility amongst the population, incest (with it’s attendant dysfunctions) was commonplace. Given Obama’s performance and background (as a strong supporter of Islam and a native of Kenya), I would imagine that this problem will spread even further within America.

    Soon there will only be two classes of people here in America, if the progressives have their way. The Ruling Class and the Drooling Class.


     
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    Juba Doobai! | July 18, 2012 at 8:03 am

    Oh, the civility!


     
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    Midwest Rhino | July 18, 2012 at 8:31 am

    How ’bout a test car with a car like this in four conservative markets, and another car with “Bush” replaced with “Obama”, placed in four Obama markets.

    We can record reactions, damages, and which ones might make the news. Something tells me the “Obama is a punk …” would either be burned, or the driver arrested for a hate crime, or big media would headline it as an example of racial intolerance. heh


     
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    ShakesheadOften | July 18, 2012 at 9:43 am

    There’s a picture going around facebook right now amongst liberals saying it’s wrong to compare Obama or even Bush to Hitler since they didn’t kill millions. Of course, it would have had much more impact if they were saying it WHILE Bush was president. Hmm, I wonder why they feel this way now and not then. I guess their view is “evolving.”


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