I just now saw that you were a member here of Political Chips! Oh, how well I remember the big brouhaha over your appointment to the parks board! I loved what the Minutemen did and could not believe the uproar - you'd have thought…"
Yes we have to defeat Cleaver. What a hypocite railing about
jobs for the black community and then co sponsering the
amnesty bill. I agree that the black men especially have it
tough with 20 % unemployment and that is really sad.…"
I just now saw that you were a member here of Political Chips! Oh, how well I remember the big brouhaha over your appointment to the parks board! I loved what the Minutemen did and could not believe the uproar - you'd have thought the MM was breaking the law, not upholding it! Then I went to the big affair with Chris Stigall, Rusty Humphries, and Laura Ingraham, and was so proud of you when you were introduced to the crowd! A true American patriot and heroine! And now I see you've been a member almost as long as I have! SO glad you're here - and I hope you let us hear from you!
Hello---was very surprised to see your name; recognized it from the news and remember seeing you interviewed during all the hoopla. Had no idea you were part of Political Chips---I joined in late November---but am so glad to see you here and hope you will become more active---help America DEFEAT CLEAVER. :)
I guess I had the story wrong. However, when I never heard you back away from being a supporter of the Minutemen that you would even consider choosing the Park Board over the an issue as big as the illegals. Most people don't have those core beliefs that they will not waver from regardless of the consequnses. I truly believe that their are many things that are black and white. I really hope our paths cross at some point as I would love to meet you and get to talk for a while. Do you ever speak to groups?
I used to go into KC to eat somewhere really nice three or four times a month but I have not been there since they threw you under the bus for your being associated with the Minutemen. Although I must admit it did make me a semi-fan of the Mayors.
Why is it that progressives always talk about freedom of association, but only practice it as long as you agree with them?