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Offline Traditional Guy 20

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Thumbs-up for Rush, Thumbs-down for Sean
« on: January 11, 2014, 12:01:44 AM »
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  • I happened to listen to the radio two days ago and heard a young California couple explain to Rush that they were "conservative" and owned a farm but then preceeded to say they "loved" cheap immigrant labor since migrant workers would pick peaches for $6.00 an hour while American workers would have to be paid $15.00 an hour. And then of course this couple did the same old line of, "Oh Americans don't want to pick peaches and that is why we need migrant labor." So I'll give a thumb-up to Rush for bashing this couple and pointing out that Americans would take a job picking peaches if it was offered to them.

    (I'd like to add that this is why I really despise business types, as they put all of their whole being on making money and nothing is higher or more important than that. My question is why the hell the husband isn't out there picking his own peaches instead of hiring someone and I would also add that these farmers love immigrants for cheap labor [and by the way I would immediately try to prosecute these folks for breaking immigration laws] but they never like to house and clothe these people but instead puts the burden on a poor boy like me to live next to them and deal with their crime. Trust me if these farmers housed these folks they would find themselves robbed and the wife probably raped.)

    I will also give a down-thumb to Sean Hannity two days ago for saying that all religions should be taught and treated as equally good and that he was teaching his son that Judaism was as equally good as Catholicism. :laugh1:

    No comment at all there since everyone can imagine that stupidity.

    Offline Neil Obstat

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    « Reply #1 on: January 11, 2014, 02:01:01 AM »
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    If Sean Hannity is saying that, how does he justify it on doctrine?  Isn't he Catholic?

    Is he aware that's a Freemason teaching, and forbidden by the Church?
    Maybe he needs to hear several listeners ask him if he's a Freemason, because he sounds just like one.  That might make him wake up, plus a few choice quotes from Mortalium animos could help -- combined with reminiding him that anything ONCE CONDEMNED by a pope is condemned in eternity and is irreformable. (Anything regarding faith or morals, that is.)

    So, has nobody bothered to ask him,  "What about EENS?"  Has he ever heard of it?  Or does he think it's been 'overturned' or whatever?  It would be interesting to hear his answer to that.  He must have one, it's just a matter of what he thinks is a good answer, and where he learned it.  


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    « Reply #2 on: January 11, 2014, 07:16:31 AM »
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  • Mr. Hannity is a Conciliar Catholic, and what he says he is teaching his son is Conciliar Catholic doctrine.

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    « Reply #3 on: January 11, 2014, 08:54:54 AM »
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  • Geez I got down-thumbed again. Someone must have a vendetta against me ha.

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    « Reply #4 on: January 11, 2014, 10:15:41 AM »
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  • Rush is a stooge who throws a few crumbs to keep "us"  listening.  Sean is an ass, and he isn't entertaining.  


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    « Reply #5 on: January 11, 2014, 04:31:34 PM »
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    Rush is a stooge who throws a few crumbs to keep "us"  listening.  Sean is an ass, and he isn't entertaining.  


    Well we were just discussing one specific day of their radio program.

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    « Reply #6 on: January 11, 2014, 07:51:58 PM »
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  • Sean Hannity is a punk. I remember a few years ago when he a priest on his show who criticized him because he was publically in favor of contraception.

    Sean Hannity ripped the teachings of the Church and the priest apart, not letting the priest get a word in of course- then that libtard priest FOX has- Jonathon Morris came in and attacked the priest too.

    Sean Hannity told the priest, "You are lucky to have Catholics like me."

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    « Reply #7 on: January 12, 2014, 12:55:37 AM »
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  • Unfortunately the priest was later found out to have had sexual relations with a woman under his care.


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    « Reply #8 on: January 12, 2014, 01:06:04 AM »
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    Unfortunately the priest was later found out to have had sexual relations with a woman under his care.


    He never had any sexual relations with anyone. He admitted he crossed the line with someone, but that it did not involve sex.

    The woman is suing his diocese for over 5 million, but did not name the priest as a defendant.

    Whatever the scope of the allegations, he is still an active priest and no action has been taken against him in the matter.

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    « Reply #9 on: January 12, 2014, 02:03:03 PM »
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  • And I thought the thumbs down was for Cardinal Sean!  :laugh1: :laugh1: :laugh1:

    Rush also went after Francis for preaching socialism.


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    « Reply #10 on: January 12, 2014, 04:22:13 PM »
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  • Quote from: Traditional Guy 20
    I happened to listen to the radio two days ago and heard a young California couple explain to Rush that they were "conservative" and owned a farm but then preceeded to say they "loved" cheap immigrant labor since migrant workers would pick peaches for $6.00 an hour while American workers would have to be paid $15.00 an hour. And then of course this couple did the same old line of, "Oh Americans don't want to pick peaches and that is why we need migrant labor." So I'll give a thumb-up to Rush for bashing this couple and pointing out that Americans would take a job picking peaches if it was offered to them.


    A lot of Americans would not work for $6 an hour doing what they consider menial labor.  

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    (I'd like to add that this is why I really despise business types, as they put all of their whole being on making money and nothing is higher or more important than that.


    If you do not make money running a business how are you supposed to run one and keep it running when times are rough?

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    they never like to house and clothe these people but instead puts the burden on a poor boy like me to live next to them and deal with their crime. Trust me if these farmers housed these folks they would find themselves robbed and the wife probably raped.)


    A very sweeping, prejudicial and judgmental statement.  What about the high incidence of theft and rape among the wealthy?  They just manage to have enough money to pay off whoever they need to keep things quiet. Poverty + migrant does not equal robbery and rape.

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    I will also give a down-thumb to Sean Hannity two days ago for saying that all religions should be taught and treated as equally good and that he was teaching his son that Judaism was as equally good as Catholicism.


    Who cares? He is obviously someone who is a shining example of the errors of the teachings of V2.


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    « Reply #11 on: January 12, 2014, 04:30:33 PM »
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    A lot of Americans would not work for $6 an hour doing what they consider menial labor.


    That has been disproven again and again by polls that show Americans, millions of which are unemployed, would do menial work, although the wage would have to be higher since that is below the national minimum wage.

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    If you do not make money running a business how are you supposed to run one and keep it running when times are rough?


    There are more pressing matters of concern here than business, such as nation and race.

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    A very sweeping, prejudicial and judgmental statement.  What about the high incidence of theft and rape among the wealthy?  They just manage to have enough money to pay off whoever they need to keep things quiet. Poverty + migrant does not equal robbery and rape.


    I've never heard of incidences of rape amongst the wealthy. All instances of rape come because of racial hatred as shown in the FBI statistics on inter-racial crime. Also Hispanics are amongst the highest members to commit crimes, beaten only by Blacks. Hispanics and Blacks also show lower intelligence than Whites and Asians. And lest we forget, 53% of Hispanic babies are born out of wedlock, which commits to the growing welfare state, and these folks show a racial hatred of "gringos" whom they consider lazy, exploitive, racist, etc.

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    « Reply #12 on: January 12, 2014, 04:35:20 PM »
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    Who cares? He is obviously someone who is a shining example of the errors of the teachings of V2.


    As you are a shining example of one who has never been around a poor neighborhood before (obviously since you can afford homeschooling) and therefore do not know what you are speaking of when it comes to race. :wink:

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    « Reply #13 on: January 12, 2014, 08:52:22 PM »
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  • Quote from: Traditional Guy 20
    Quote from: holysoulsacademy
    A lot of Americans would not work for $6 an hour doing what they consider menial labor.


    That has been disproven again and again by polls that show Americans, millions of which are unemployed, would do menial work, although the wage would have to be higher since that is below the national minimum wage.

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    If you do not make money running a business how are you supposed to run one and keep it running when times are rough?


    There are more pressing matters of concern here than business, such as nation and race.

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    A very sweeping, prejudicial and judgmental statement.  What about the high incidence of theft and rape among the wealthy?  They just manage to have enough money to pay off whoever they need to keep things quiet. Poverty + migrant does not equal robbery and rape.


    I've never heard of incidences of rape amongst the wealthy. All instances of rape come because of racial hatred as shown in the FBI statistics on inter-racial crime. Also Hispanics are amongst the highest members to commit crimes, beaten only by Blacks. Hispanics and Blacks also show lower intelligence than Whites and Asians. And lest we forget, 53% of Hispanic babies are born out of wedlock, which commits to the growing welfare state, and these folks show a racial hatred of "gringos" whom they consider lazy, exploitive, racist, etc.


    Well that sums up what this is all about for you - nation and race.  I have nothing more to say.



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    « Reply #14 on: January 12, 2014, 08:54:53 PM »
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  • Quote from: Traditional Guy 20
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    Who cares? He is obviously someone who is a shining example of the errors of the teachings of V2.


    As you are a shining example of one who has never been around a poor neighborhood before (obviously since you can afford homeschooling) and therefore do not know what you are speaking of when it comes to race. :wink:


    I gather you were NOT homeschooled?  Now you know why I do?


     

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