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“Don’t underestimate Joe’s ability to f**k things up”
~Barack Hussein Obama~
"It's discouraging to think how many people are shocked by honesty and how few by deceit."— Lucy Watson (@imLucyWatson) October 12, 2013
"The further a society drifts from truth, the more it will hate those who speak it."
~ George Orwell ~
Study finds suic!de attempt rate among transgender youth hits 50%. Strange... so pretending it’s ok and normal doesn’t seem to work. How about we stop pretending it’s ok ??♀️— ᗰ????? (@001Mellie) April 10, 2021
If gun control actually worked, why isn't Chicago the safest city in America?— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) April 8, 2021
BIDEN: "No amendment to the Constitution is absolute"— Charlie Spiering (@charliespiering) April 8, 2021
Will fans boycott MLB this season and for the foreseeable future?— Greg Karnes (@realGregKarnes) April 5, 2021
Why would Coke hire a communist as their CEO?— Catturd ™ (@catturd2) April 5, 2021
In a March 3, 2020 letter to the University of Oklahoma’s board of regents, Paycom CEO Chad Richison wrote that the university’s “previous diversity training efforts failed because they assured free speech protection.” He announced Paycom was yanking advertising from the school and called for OU to “put inclusion and diversity at the core for all Oklahomans, including the state’s flagship institution.”
1/ The Oklahoman Newspaper "Freedom Index"— Greg Karnes (@realGregKarnes) August 3, 2020
Ranked in order of those who seem most likely to appreciate advancing our freedoms
1 Jane Jayroe
2 Jack Money
3 Ed Godfrey
4 Berry Tramel
5 David Cathey
6 Ellie Melero
7 Joe Mussatto
8 Jenni Carlson
9 Richard Mize
10 Steve Lackmeyer
The National Museum of African American History & Culture wants to make you aware of certain signs of whiteness: Individualism, hard work, objectivity, the nuclear family, progress, respect for authority, delayed gratification, more. (via @RpwWilliams)https://t.co/k9X3u4Suas pic.twitter.com/gWYOeEh4vu— Byron York (@ByronYork) July 15, 2020
I have identified what appears as another big-government, high-tax Socialist, employed locally by the low-rated KOCO News.
Judging from his work, the effeminate-looking, Dillon Richards, is unlikely to be employed for any length of time in this market. He seemingly lacks the chops necessary to succeed in OKC.
Change my mind if you feel as if my assessment of this cub-reporter might be incorrect.
Can’t believe you’re not blocked by him yet with these type of Steve-critical tweets. Historically He’s got a very hot block finger— your mom goes to college (@melting_pizza) January 1, 2020
I have a witness that personally heard you utter it 2 weeks before the election at a candidate forum at the 8th Street Church in Midtown.— Greg Karnes (@realGregKarnes) February 7, 2020
I just reconfirmed it. He said it was your answer to "If you could do anything you wanted in OKC."
150,000 people in Okla. receive a paycheck related to the oil & gas industry.— Greg Karnes (@realGregKarnes) January 23, 2020
Should they rely on Miss Thunberg to put food on their table, pay their mortgage, and pay their kids' college tuition?
Seems it would be prudent to assume Thunberg hasn't a clue.
If Oklahoma City Mayor, David “Pajama Boy” Holt, and Oklahoma City Police Chief, “Wily” Wade Gourley, are going to refuse to obey state law, should the rest of us be allowed to “pick & choose” the laws we desire to follow?
Oklahoma City has a "1% for Art Ordinance" which requires at least 1% of the construction budget for every public project to be spent on public art.
Is this an unnecessary taxpayer burden that only could be appreciated by a California politician such as Gavin Newsom, or is it the highest and best use of precious taxpayer dollars?
As an example, MAPS 4 has budgeted $38 million for an animal shelter. Why in the world does it make responsible economic sense to require that $380,000 of taxpayer money be expended on artwork for an animal shelter?
Come on back weatherman Gary England. After all the kind words you said of me, what could I have possibly said to get on your bad side? Am I to conclude that you have gone over to the dark side and become a snowflake ?? Might weather forecasters have the thinnest skin of any creatures walking Planet Earth today, or could the "Twitter Gods" be engaging in some "tomfoolery" with my account ??
He retweeted two of your tweets within the last five hours...I just checked. Maybe it was an accident?— Mary-Alice Morgan (@inthenow17) April 5, 2019
Despite being blocked, with an assist from Julian Assange, I have been able to tap into Weatherman England’s Super-Secret Twitter feed he desires to be hidden from my view:
Were I not blocked; I would add the following comments to Weatherman England’s Super-Secret Twitter feed:
True followers of Jesus Christ, whose salvation is based entirely upon God’s Word, cannot endorse same-sex marriage, regardless of what our President, the Congress, the Supreme Court, the media or the latest Gallup poll says about the matter. This moral issue has been settled by God Himself and is not subject to man-made revisions or modifications. In the end, I would rather be on the wrong side of public opinion than on the wrong side of Almighty God who established the standard of living for the world He created. Marriage is a biblically moral issue, not a political or theological one.
~ Franklin Graham ~
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