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Main Stream Media, Politically Fearful Whites and Self Absorbed Peoples

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So this guy on youtube, TMOT, is a hoot to watch. He's way passionate about what he believes. But because the language he uses, I've never posted any of his videos. In a recent video, he speaks to the MSM, Trayvon Martin, and Ron Paul:

NSFW and view at your own risk:
Politically Fearful Whites and Self Absorbed Peoples


 

Jack Hunter Says: The Hunger Games is a Libertarian movie

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I would never associate myself with anything cool or "tween" but I may have to see the Hunger Games when it goes to video:

 

Last Updated on Wednesday, 28 March 2012 12:48
 

Rand Paul Blocks Sanctions on Iran

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 28 March 2012 12:43
 

The Next Socialist President

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Barack Obama: All black people look alike...

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“If I had a son, he would look like Trayvon.” ~ Barack Obama


NOTE: the media uses a nice fresh face innocent picture to represent Martin (that is admittedly not even current) and a disheveled unhappy picture to represent Zimmerman. The problem with "democracy" is that it is a lynch mob, in this case you can see that no one is willing to wait for the whole story or a legal action to be mounted. The New Black Panther Party has even (claimed) to have put a $1,000,000 bounty on Zimmerman's head. If it were the New Aryan Party, we all know they would be called anti-Semitic violent racists.


Misconceptions in the Trayvon Martin Case?

Last Updated on Wednesday, 28 March 2012 08:55
 


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