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Scott Burkhart

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ScottBurkhart (Scott Burkhart) says...

Please tell me what President Obama did to deserve the Nobel Prize after 10 months in office. He didn't even have the chance to lie to us about how the Affordable Care Act would save us all that money and we could keep the insurance that we had. As a matter of fact, the Nobel committee can stick the award where the sun doesn't shine as far as I'm concerned.

ScottBurkhart (Scott Burkhart) says...

So, this class spontaneously decided that plastic bags needed to be banned in Lawrence, KS? Elementary school kids generally are just worried about what is going to happen or just happened at recess. This sounds like an adult driven agenda to me. I happen to use canvass bags at the supermarket when shopping. I am getting tired of children being used to set policy in this country.

ScottBurkhart (Scott Burkhart) says...

@Steve Jacob - Hillary Clinton wasn't a flawed candidate. She was out and out corrupt. The only reason that a government official would set up a private "server" (not email account on Yahoo) is to avoid government oversight. That's it. She knew she was up to no good and didn't want anyone to know it. Period. I will take 100 Donald Trumps over 1 Clinton (you pick which one) any day of the week.

ScottBurkhart (Scott Burkhart) says...

I may be wrong and if I am I apologize at this point. Reading between the lines and looking at the area to be utilized for the mural, it would appear that the concrete below the edifice doesn't offer enough space for some that are advocating on behalf of the project. However, an entire exterior wall of the library makes much more of a "statement."

Jameelah Jones needs to step off if she's going to throw these baseless accusations of race and social activism around. This city bends over backwards to the point that I would like to puke sometimes, when it comes to accommodating special interests. I would submit that pushing for a wall of the library, which is beautiful as it is, is not in the best interest of the community. How long will the mural last before it begins to fade or is in need of repairs? What if exterior damage occurs as a result of a storm or fire where only a portion of the wall needs attention? A concrete medium suits this endeavor best and not the wall of what is a beautiful architectural design.

ScottBurkhart (Scott Burkhart) says...

You ought to know. You supported Clinton Inc. for years.

ScottBurkhart (Scott Burkhart) says...

Defer much?

ScottBurkhart (Scott Burkhart) says...

Rereading your post, I picked up on something I missed the first time through. "Political nonsense linked to a brown man." The obvious implication here is that any opposition to the Iran deal is racist. I can confidently say that when you must pull out the race card in an attempt to win a debate, you have lost said debate. Thanks for playing. Who else wants some?

ScottBurkhart (Scott Burkhart) says...

Iran never signed the deal. Rhouhani encouraged the Iranian Parliament not to vote on it because then the President of Iran would have to sign it and abide by the conditions.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/artic...

The State Department, under Obama, said the agreement was not binding.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/v...

It is and always was, Obama's wet dream!

ScottBurkhart (Scott Burkhart) says...

Greg, what I really want to say, I can't. I sincerely get tired of suffering willful stupidity that I see on these threads. The point of my "rant" is that the Iranians have no intention of being honest players in this accord. Nothing is stopping them from getting a nuclear weapon. They do not allow examination of any of their sites that they don't want examined. This accord is crap and it was sold as a "good deal" because a community organizer wanted a "legacy." Here's Ben Rhodes telling us how they sold this deal:

https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifest...

Kerry admitted that some of the payout of the $155B would go to terrorist organizations:

"I think that some of it will end up in the hands of the IRGC (Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps) or of other entities, some of which are labeled terrorists. To some degree, I’m not going to sit here and tell you that every component of that can be prevented. But I can tell you this: Right now, we are not seeing the early delivery of funds going to that kind of endeavor at this point in time. I’m sure at some point, some of it will."

The truth is this whole deal was crap and you are merely an antagonist that would argue that it is night if Trump said it was day. Rant this.

ScottBurkhart (Scott Burkhart) says...

Let's just recap what has occurred after this world changing, awesomeness, dot.bombdiggity, deal that the clueless left made with the Iranian murderers: Since the "deal" was made Iran has built up its military, imprisoned Americans, tested ballistic missiles, increased their financing of terrorism, and increased its interference in Syria. Iran violated an arms embargo in Yemen and armed Houthi rebels with missiles, one of which was fired into Saudi Arabia. Oh, yeah, this is working! (sarcasm alert) It requires being monumentally obtuse, willfully ignorant, or intellectually dishonest to support this deal. The only reason you are for it is because President Trump and his supporters are against it. Both sides of the aisle in Congress were against it when it was presented to them but King Obama with his phone and pen, entered into the agreement despite the people's will. Obama was never anything but a community organizer that had no idea on foreign affairs and domestic policies. He is a leftist, like most of you, that see the world as you want it to be and not as it is. The best example of this was after the Charlie Hebdo attack in Paris. We fly James Taylor to France and everyone stand around while he sings, "You've Got A Friend." It would be nice to change the world by everyone standing around singing, "I'd like to Give the World A Coke," in perfect harmony but that is stupid. These bad actors in all of these countries want nothing more than our destruction. The only thing that stands between them and us is our willingness to stare them down and say, "we will mess you up." The sooner that all of your lefties pull your collective heads out of your backsides and understand that the only way we have peace in ANY conflict is for the other side to capitulate. In the history of the world there has never been a lasting peace as a result of some "accord." Peace has always been obtained at the end of a gun, pointed at another's head. Any Western Civ course taught prior to 1980 covers this. Post 1980 was the Howard Zin, revisionist history that made the U.S. the bad guy. Everywhere.

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