West Manchester Day

A key impetus for FreeKeene.com is to cover liberty activism in the Free State of New Hampshire. Content often takes the form of documenting an uninvited incident, ousting aggressors, and supporting individuals standing up for their rights. But just as relevant in this peaceful evolution are happenings that proactively seek to grow neighborly goodwill and interconnectedness.

Enter: West Manchester Day, happening Saturday, September 04, 2021.

West Manchester, Free State of New Hampshire

Like many mill towns that sprung up before the automobile was a thing, parts of Manchester, including West Manchester — the portion of Manchester on the west side of the Merrimack River — are quite dense. Despite this proximity, many residents don’t know their neighbors. Individuals are relatively atomized. West Manchester Day is an attempt to change that for the better — to provide a space where residents can meet, partake in joint activities, and share good times.

As this happens real connections form, lessening perceived division. This could mean a new best friend, someone to help with childcare, or new clients for one’s services or goods. This newfound personal rapport makes it more likely for neighbors to look out for each other, and should a conflict arise, more likely to work things out rather than involve an unknown, unaccountable stranger (police employee) prone to escalate.

West Manchester Day festivities begin with a tour of Parkside Gardens — a community garden just south of Parkside Middle School, then transitions to Rock Rimmon Park where there will be games (I’m personally looking forward to the tug of war!), contests, and an ice cream truck. In attendance will be several area entrepreneurs, folks involved with We Heart West, and hopefully you, dear reader.

Please click here for the full itinerary of West Manchester Day.

Rock Rimmon Park, West Manchester, Free State of New Hampshire

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87 Comments

  1. “Idiot-face, I’m just shy of 80 but I retired at 47.”

    Wow, you’ve been an unemployed leech for a long time. That’s incredible!

    “You are a thief and a scumbag accolite…”
    “I leave it to God to deal as He wishes with all control freaks but I have my druthers.”

    Is that how a pretend Christian minister treats people? I know Jesus hung out with prostitutes and tax collectors. I guess it’s different for his pretend disciples.

  2. “Nope. I’m a trophy wife. Best job ever, by the way.”

    LOL ANOTHER LEECH! You can’t make this shit up! Is the dirty communist the only productive member of society here? How incredibly ironic for all the talk you morons do. Next we’ll find out Intrigare is also an unemployed loser.

    “Uh huh. But that’s only because your employer pays your taxes for you, Karl.”

    Nope. I paid thousands to the IRS last year. I cut them a nice check. It was painful, but I do like the services the government provides. My favorite is when they arrest whiny libertarians. Put em in cages I say. lol

    “Oh? My husband benches 405. We also live in a mansion and own a yacht. I guess that means I win, right?”

    Bragging about somebody else’s accomplishments? Just leech things! teeheehee

    “I know, right? Say, didja see him on SNL this year, Karl? God he was so funny. Rich people don’t have a care in the world, do they?”

    No, they really don’t.

  3. Dear Ghost, You have more legs in this than JJ, give you that, but you use it to make yourself look bad. Keep it up, though. I have no problem with Property Rights and Privacy Rights (others as well) being removed for cause (drink driving a good cause), just not for the ones that did not do the crime (yet?). Due Process happens to be one of our fundamental Rights. A Preacher, yes, and I preach by example. Opposition to tyranny is obedience to God.

  4. How was your due process violated? Did you not just have an arraignment? Do you not have a trial scheduled? What do you think due process is?

    Also, you are inconsistent in your principles. If we follow your sovcit logic, what crime did a drunk driver commit? It’s a “victimless” crime up until the point that they cause loss of life or property, right? As long as they are “travelling”, what right do the police have to pull them over? Do you lose (according to you) fundamental constitutional right to travel by being drunk?

  5. You are one thick poop-head, aren’t you? Due process was violated when, in 1905, it was presumed that one did not have the Property Right/Privacy Right to simply exercise the full bundle of Rights inherent in Property/Privacy but one had to get the state’s permission for basic rights. The crime/offense constitutionally begins when one injures another in the use of ones Property, not before. You are so cognitively disassociated from freedom that even this explanation won’t impress. Too bad, but poop-heads are stupid – like Plagiarjoe Bidenist.

  6. Did you have a stroke when you put down that word salad? Are you trying to say you are okay with drunk drivers? That still has nothing to do with due process. Also, driving your vehicle on public roads isn’t a basic or constitutional right.

    But okay, I’ll go down to your inane level and make an argument on your terms. When you use the roads, you create wear and tear on them with your property, aka your car. That wear and tear is damage. The owners of the road have decided that it is okay if you put wear and tear on the road as long as you help pay for their upkeep through registration fees. You don’t want to do that. So, we now have a situation where you have damaged property with your property. Hey look, a crime according to your definition! You still get due process though, because it’s only fair that you get a chance to explain yourself.

  7. “LOL ANOTHER LEECH!”

    Trophy wife-ing is an honest profession, Karl. It’s been around for millennia and it’s way more respectable than libtard weirdo-ing. You’ll never guess why.

    “Nope. I paid thousands to the IRS last year. I cut them a nice check. It was painful, but I do like the services the government provides. My favorite is when they arrest whiny libertarians. Put em in cages I say. lol”

    No, Karl. Your employer withheld money from your paychecks and, come tax day, you covered the difference. By the way, fun fact – one of those “services” you’re so stoked about was the training the Taliban. Cool, huh?

    “My favorite is when they arrest whiny libertarians. Put em in cages I say.”

    Whining isn’t a crime, Karl. And I certainly wouldn’t throw you in jail for doing so. That’s one of the many reasons why my peace cult is way better than your murder cult.

    “Bragging about somebody else’s accomplishments?”

    No, Karl. I was “commending” him. You’re not very good at this, are you?

  8. Dear Poop-head, Property Rights and others may be removed for cause by action of Due Process. Wear and tear is paid for by gasoline taxes. Registration fees is a rabbit hole that you fell down. They are not constitutional as they are a tax on Private Property, a Right. You believe what lies you wish but I won’t. Commercial use of our roads, now, that puts unusual wear and those companies are subject to usage fees as making ones living from our jointly owned public property is not a Right. Lots of court decisions on this very point. Generally speaking, all mala prohibita is unconstitutional, a violation of Due Process. Legitimate purposes of government may be accomplished by constitutional process but that takes thought and poop-headed control freaks are too busy trying to cloak themselves in ‘importance’ to obey the iron bands – so they don’t and useful idiots go along to get along. Here I’m preaching Peace, Love and cherishing ones Freedom. Sad moment here, Tom T. Hall died yesterday. Pamela Brown is my favorite of his compositions, Leo Kotke’s rendition moves me best. 85. Not long enough but his Dixie passed 6 years ago.

  9. “Trophy wife-ing is an honest profession, Karl. It’s been around for millennia and it’s way more respectable than libtard weirdo-ing. You’ll never guess why.”

    Ah okay. You know, you could just come out and say you are a prostitute. There’s no need to pretend to be some sort of participation trophy for some poor moron.

    “No, Karl. Your employer withheld money from your paychecks and, come tax day, you covered the difference. By the way, fun fact – one of those “services” you’re so stoked about was the training the Taliban. Cool, huh?”

    Right, the employer withheld my money from my paycheck to go to the IRS. You do know that I control how much the employer withholds, right? lol

    There are a lot of services I’d prefer not to pay for, that at least much is true. I don’t throw a hissy fit on April 15th though.

    “Whining isn’t a crime, Karl. And I certainly wouldn’t throw you in jail for doing so. That’s one of the many reasons why my peace cult is way better than your murder cult.”

    Never said it was. Money laundering is a crime though. So is driving without a license and registration. It’s pretty satisfying to see you dipshits cry about going to jail.

    “No, Karl. I was “commending” him. You’re not very good at this, are you?”

    If you say so. I’m sure you “commend” a lot of guys throughout the day. lol

  10. Redman:

    Can you actually tell me what due process is, in your own words? The term does not mean what you think it means. You have been receiving due process this entire time. It is not some shield that protects you from laws you don’t like.

  11. “Never said it was. Money laundering is a crime though. So is driving without a license and registration. It’s pretty satisfying to see you dipshits cry about going to jail.”

    Uh huh. Biden canceling the Remain-in-Mexico policy of the Administrative Procedure Act was also a crime. Oh, and Eric Swalwell also committed one when he had sex with a Chinese spy. But you libtard weirdos think laws only apply to your political enemies, don’tcha Karl?

    “There are a lot of services I’d prefer not to pay for, that at least much is true. I don’t throw a hissy fit on April 15th though.”

    Taxation is theft, Karl. I say that out loud because I’m more honest than you are.

    “If you say so. I’m sure you “commend” a lot of guys throughout the day.”

    Ha ha. Good one. By the way, masks inhibit the proper intake of oxygen and the exhalation of carbon dioxide. Follow the science, Karl.

  12. “No, Intrigare, I am not turning over my guns. We have a Second Amendment. However, the Second Amendment doesn’t apply to driving on public roads.”

    LFOD, glad to hear that! Ghost here thinks that your 2nd Amendment rights are erased if today’s courts say so. Can you believe that crap?

  13. “Were you trying to say something relevant?”

    Yes troll. The topic is jurisdiction. You see gangs (like courts) also claim jurisdiction over certain areas. You may even suffer consequences for entering gang territory, but that itself doesn’t mean they have jurisdiction. Same with courts. I hope that helps.

  14. Yes I work. I work in a supervisory role keeping tabs on outsourced disinformation campaigns. I’m also a researcher studying trolls in their natural habitat.

  15. “Yes troll. The topic is jurisdiction. You see gangs (like courts) also claim jurisdiction over certain areas. You may even suffer consequences for entering gang territory, but that itself doesn’t mean they have jurisdiction. Same with courts. I hope that helps.”

    Intrigare my boy! It’s been awhile.

    Yeah, the territory gangs claim is illegitimate in the eyes of the law, and the territory the courts claim is legitimate in the eyes of the law. You see, the term jurisdiction is a legal one, and it is by definition determined by the government. Therefore courts have jurisdiction, and gangs do not. Easy peasy, eh? If we did it your way the word jurisdiction wouldn’t really mean anything. We wouldn’t want that, would we?

    “Yes I work. I work in a supervisory role keeping tabs on outsourced disinformation campaigns. I’m also a researcher studying trolls in their natural habitat.”

    Uh oh. Silvia doesn’t like those research folk. You shouldn’t have said that. I think you might have made an enemy today.

    I am glad that at least you are employed! Well, apparently Silvia is also employed as a prostitute, but she is too ashamed to outright admit it. She claims she’s a trophy wife lol. Ugly women aren’t trophies though, so that’s a bunch of bull.

    Although, I am skeptical that you actually do any real research, given that you can’t even look up on whether masks retain air or not. It’s like a minute search on Google Scholar if you wanted to try. In my earlier post I even tried to subtly hint that your perspective has some partial support in recent studies, but you have such an anti-science bias that you didn’t even check. lol.

  16. “Uh huh. Biden canceling the Remain-in-Mexico policy of the Administrative Procedure Act was also a crime. Oh, and Eric Swalwell also committed one when he had sex with a Chinese spy. But you libtard weirdos think laws only apply to your political enemies, don’tcha Karl?”

    Do you think I like Biden? lol

    I only like that he stopped the hemorrhaging from Trump. Otherwise, the guy is a turd.

    If either violated the law, and it can be proven, then they should face the penalties provided by the law. I don’t have the same unwaveringly loyalty to politicians and people that Republicans and fascists have. Pretty reasonable, eh?

    “Taxation is theft, Karl. I say that out loud because I’m more honest than you are.”

    Nope. Theft is a criminal act, and taxation is not. Nice try though.

    “Ha ha. Good one. By the way, masks inhibit the proper intake of oxygen and the exhalation of carbon dioxide. Follow the science, Karl.”

    Oh yeah? Did you learn that in prostitute school? lol

  17. “Do you think I like Biden?”

    Who you like or dislike is none of my business, Karl.

    “If either violated the law, and it can be proven, then they should face the penalties provided by the law.”

    They’re not even under investigation, Karl. This is how shadow governments do things. They protect their own while using every resource they have to hounding innocent men.

    “I don’t have the same unwaveringly loyalty to politicians and people that Republicans and fascists have.”

    You’re previous statements indicate otherwise, Karl.

    “Nope. Theft is a criminal act, and taxation is not. Nice try though.”

    Legalizing an immoral act doesn’t change the fact that the conduct is morally reprehensible, Karl.

    “Did you learn that in prostitute school?”

    Everybody knows this, Karl. Everyone also knows that individuals with multiple co-morbidities are most susceptible to serious complications or even death from any exposure to a respiratory infection. You should follow the science.

  18. “Who you like or dislike is none of my business, Karl.”

    I guess you brought it up for no reason then.

    “They’re not even under investigation, Karl. This is how shadow governments do things. They protect their own while using every resource they have to hounding innocent men.”

    Sounds like the court overturned Biden’s decision. That sounds like an investigation to me. I don’t know much about the Eric Swalwell story. It appears that many sources mention an FBI investigation and scarce evidence, but aside from a cursory glance I haven’t looked further into the story.

    “You’re previous statements indicate otherwise, Karl.”

    Oh? Who have I shown unwavering loyalty towards?

    “Legalizing an immoral act doesn’t change the fact that the conduct is morally reprehensible, Karl.”

    Yeah, except that taxation isn’t immoral. It’s how society functions.

    “Everybody knows this, Karl. ”

    Everybody knows something that isn’t true? That doesn’t sound right.

    “Everyone also knows that individuals with multiple co-morbidities are most susceptible to serious complications or even death from any exposure to a respiratory infection. You should follow the science.”

    Well, I won’t dispute that statement, except to say that there are still a lot of right-wing libertarian morons that still believe COVID is a hoax, so I don’t know what to tell you on that front.

  19. “Yeah, the territory gangs claim is illegitimate in the eyes of the law, and the territory the courts claim is legitimate in the eyes of the law. You see, the term jurisdiction is a legal one, and it is by definition determined by the government. Therefore courts have jurisdiction, and gangs do not. Easy peasy, eh? If we did it your way the word jurisdiction wouldn’t really mean anything. We wouldn’t want that, would we?”

    In short: Government has whatever jurisdiction it says it has. Sorry, no.
    Governments doing illegal things is a thing. And btw, the word jurisdiction doesn’t really mean anything doing it your way either.

    “Uh oh. Silvia doesn’t like those research folk. You shouldn’t have said that. I think you might have made an enemy today.”

    Crap, that’s right. I lied. I’m actually unemployed. But not the “loser” unemployed, I’m the “going Galt” unemployed, so sshhh Marx I don’t wanna hear your shit.

    “I am glad that at least you are employed! Well, apparently Silvia is also employed as a prostitute, but she is too ashamed to outright admit it. She claims she’s a trophy wife lol. Ugly women aren’t trophies though, so that’s a bunch of bull.”

    Well if Silvia ever gets tired of her sugar daddy she is always welcome here with me living the simple life in Galt’s Gulch 🙂

    “Although, I am skeptical that you actually do any real research, given that you can’t even look up on whether masks retain air or not. It’s like a minute search on Google Scholar if you wanted to try. In my earlier post I even tried to subtly hint that your perspective has some partial support in recent studies, but you have such an anti-science bias that you didn’t even check. lol.”

    Anti-science because I used a calculator instead of checking google. That’s a new one!
    Well fuck. We can’t have that now can we? How can we fix this? Oh I know! How bout I slap three masks on my face and take the covid shot along with the monthly boosters. Anything else? And only leave my home for emergencies. Yeah. Oh yeah and join the woke movement and believe in man-made climate change and vote for Joe Biden and all that shit. Because Science! Okay I’ll get right on that! Hell no.

  20. “I guess you brought it up for no reason then.”

    Uh huh. Something like that, Karl.

    “Oh? Who have I shown unwavering loyalty towards?”

    Don’t pretend like you don’t know, Karl. I’m way smarter than you, remember?

    “…but aside from a cursory glance I haven’t looked further into the story.”

    Your “cursory glance” approach to vetting notoriously unreliable sources such as the FBI is precisely why we’re always poking fun at you, Karl.

    “Everybody knows something that isn’t true? That doesn’t sound right.”

    That’s because you’re not thinking hard enough about it, Karl.

    “Well, I won’t dispute that statement except to say that there are still a lot of right-wing libertarian morons that still believe COVID is a hoax…”

    That’s nice, Karl. Anyway, I’ve got another fun fact for ya. Didja know that an effective vaccine shouldn’t require booster shots within a few months? It’s totally true. Hand to God.

  21. “In short: Government has whatever jurisdiction it says it has.

    You’re getting it now. Jurisdiction is determined by a valid legal authority… which happens to be the government. Good job.

    “Sorry, no.”

    Well, yeah. Sorry to burst your bubble baby.

    “Governments doing illegal things is a thing.”

    Sure, the government has made many laws that it has broken. This has nothing to do with jurisdiction though.

    “And btw, the word jurisdiction doesn’t really mean anything doing it your way either.”

    No, it’s pretty clear that a court’s jurisdiction is a power granted to it by the government. It has always had that definition.

    “Crap, that’s right. I lied. I’m actually unemployed. But not the “loser” unemployed, I’m the “going Galt” unemployed, so sshhh Marx I don’t wanna hear your shit.”

    Just as long as it’s not the “Ayn Rand” unemployed where you survive on welfare because you were too weak to survive in a capitalist society, despite advocating for said capitalist society. I might have to call you a hypocrite then.

    “Well if Silvia ever gets tired of her sugar daddy she is always welcome here with me living the simple life in Galt’s Gulch ?”

    You realize that Galt was bringing in successful and wealthy people into his paradise? I don’t think a person like you can use that term…

    “Anti-science because I used a calculator instead of checking google…. (blah, blah, blah)”

    Well, the Google Scholar search was an example. You are welcome to search using any engine you’d like really. You could even use a paid product. You’ve created quite the scenario! What I am asking is much easier. How about you just get vaccinated and wear a mask as appropriate, like all the big boys and girls?

  22. “Don’t pretend like you don’t know, Karl. I’m way smarter than you, remember?”

    lol

    “Your “cursory glance” approach to vetting notoriously unreliable sources such as the FBI is precisely why we’re always poking fun at you, Karl.”

    My research is not done with a cursory glance, Silvia. I know you got confused when I said I haven’t looked very closely at the Eric Swalwell story, but remember that statement only applied to that subject. It’s confusing for you, I know.

    “That’s because you’re not thinking hard enough about it, Karl.”

    Enlighten me to your thought process then, darling. I’m envisioning hamsters spinning.

    “That’s nice, Karl. Anyway, I’ve got another fun fact for ya. Didja know that an effective vaccine shouldn’t require booster shots within a few months? It’s totally true. Hand to God.”

    Did you learn that at the immunology course at the whorehouse?

  23. Dear Poop-head, Where was my due Process over the Property Right of being able to USE my automobile without anybodies permission? Where was Due Process when I wished to keep my personal information PRIVATE? Go suck an egg poop-head. You are doing as poorly vs me as you are with Silvia (but are too stupid to realize that). Your thought processes are limited to associating creating ‘word salads’ with having a stroke. Brain fart much poop-head?

  24. “My research is not done with a cursory glance…”

    Uh huh. Sure it isn’t, Karl.

    “Enlighten me to your thought process then…”

    Nah. That’s not how I do things, Karl. I’ve found that the best teacher for people like you is experience.

    “Did you learn that at the immunology course at the whorehouse?”

    Ha ha. Whorehouses. Anyway Karl, I’ve got more fun facts for ya on the way. This one might be my favorite:

    So, didja know that a few months ago the CDC omitted the findings in their summary of a large-scale study that was performed to determine what could be done to lower the level of covid transmission in schools? I mean really, the CDC not following the science of all things? Absolutely outrageous, am I right?

    In any case, it turns out the study concluded that, while masking unvaccinated teachers was associated with lower transmission levels; likewise, social distancing, plexiglass barriers, HEPA filters, and forcing students to wear masks did not demonstrate a statistically significant reduction in transmission. Wild, huh?

  25. Dear Poop-head, Where was my due Process over the Property Right of being able to USE my automobile without anybodies permission? Where was Due Process when I wished to keep my personal information PRIVATE?

    You don’t have a legal right to use an automobile on public roads, so due process does not apply. Got it? You are still more than welcome to use your own private roads to drive your automobile if you desire.

    “Go suck an egg poop-head. You are doing as poorly vs me as you are with Silvia (but are too stupid to realize that). Your thought processes are limited to associating creating ‘word salads’ with having a stroke. Brain fart much poop-head?”

    And your thought processes are limited to juvenile insults like poop-head. I don’t think you’re winning here. lol

  26. “Nah. That’s not how I do things, Karl. I’ve found that the best teacher for people like you is experience.”

    Yeah, I figured you didn’t have much of a thought process. Thanks for the confirmation!

    “(unsubstantiated bullshit)”

    Good job Silvia. I certainly trust what you have to say with no proof whatsoever!

  27. That’s nice, Karl.

    Anyway, guess what? It turns out that researchers like you who make routine use of the “cursory glance” method tend to only read the summaries of CDC studies. That’s why you guys are always finding out about these things long after everyone else here already knows about them. Isn’t that just absolutely hilarious?

    Oh, and Karl? Fun fact. Man has been dealing with coronaviruses for all of history and has survived just fine. That’s one of the reasons why none of us want to join your covid cult. We also don’t like your tee shirts. Leather jackets with skulls printed on the backs would be way more cool looking, don’tcha think?

  28. People like you don’t read studies at all, so I’m not sure you have a leg to stand on, buttercup. For your information though, I read more than the abstract. (You can think of an abstract as the the summary of a study. If you ever decide to look at a scientific paper, you’ll find it at the beginning!)

    Fun fact, people have dealing with cancer for all of history too. I guess we should tell researchers to stop looking for cures and just let people die lol. Maybe we’ll bring back polio, whooping cough, and small pox too. After all, we’ve dealt with them for all of human history.

  29. Abstracts, huh Karl? Wow. Well that’s good to know.

    Oh, and by the way, polio and whooping cough are both relatively recent sorts of maladies, historically speaking. But I understand why you wouldn’t know that, you being a “cursory glance” type of researcher and all.

    Anyway, I’ve got another fun fact for ya. Didja know that individuals over the age of 80 with multiple co-morbidities are the ones most susceptible to serious complications or even death from any exposure to a respiratory infection? It’s totally true, Karl. I’m not shittin’ you.

  30. “Oh, and by the way, polio and whooping cough are both relatively recent sorts of maladies, historically speaking. But I understand why you wouldn’t know that, you being a “cursory glance” type of researcher and all.”

    So I guess you have no rebuttal to my main point. That’s good to know.

    “Anyway, I’ve got another fun fact for ya. Didja know that individuals over the age of 80 with multiple co-morbidities are the ones most susceptible to serious complications or even death from any exposure to a respiratory infection? It’s totally true, Karl. I’m not shittin’ you.”

    Get vaccinated so people don’t have to die.

  31. “So I guess you have no rebuttal to my main point. That’s good to know.”

    Uh huh. Guesses. Rebuttals. All fine points, Karl.

    “Get vaccinated so people don’t have to die.”

    Really? Geez Karl, you should read this stuff out loud to yourself before you post it because that shit sounds totally crazy. You know, maybe you should consider seeing a therapist to help you with these paranoid delusions you’re having.

    Well anyhow, I have another fun fact for ya. Hold onto your seat because it turns out that not only do the vaccines not work very well and have massive adverse effects but they’re also on course to causing more illnesses and deaths than covid itself. Makes ya think, huh?

  32. “Well anyhow, I have another fun fact for ya. Hold onto your seat because it turns out that not only do the vaccines not work very well and have massive adverse effects but they’re also on course to causing more illnesses and deaths than covid itself. Makes ya think, huh?”

    Lies.

  33. No, Karl. It’s all totally the truth. You’d know this if you gave these things more than the cursory glance they deserve.

    Anyway, I’ve got another fun fact for ya, Karl. It’s a doozy too, so pucker up.

    So, didja know that Pope Saint Fauci the Great (may he live forever) funded gain-of-function experiments to study SARS in biotech labs in Wuhan, China and elsewhere? Oh, and guess what? Because commies could give a shit about lab safety, the studies were performed in the unsafest conditions possible which virtually guaranteed the escape of “novel” coronaviruses like SARS-CoV-2. Boy, you commies are just the worst, aren’tcha?

  34. No he didn’t.

    Man, it’s really easy to win debates when you don’t have to provide evidence.

  35. Except that he did, Karl. Senator Rand Paul from KY even presented evidence of such from Fauci’s emails during a Senate deposition last month. Isn’t that absolutely marvelous? Funny how it never occurred to Fauci that someone could get access to his emails and show the world what a two-faced pile of shit he really is, am I right?

  36. Wow, you’ve been an unemployed leech for a long time. That’s incredible!
    It’s only “incredible” to commie truth-twisters that ignore that I provided for my retirement with my own funds at the time I retired.

    “You are a thief and a scumbag accolite…”
    “I leave it to God to deal as He wishes with all control freaks but I have my druthers.”

    Is that how a pretend Christian minister treats people? I know Jesus hung out with prostitutes and tax collectors. I guess it’s different for his pretend disciples.

    Christ on the cross said “Not my will but Thy will”. I’m in the same position foolish commie. I hang with sinners and am one myself but commies? No, I draw the line there.

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