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america-runs-on-kennedy replied to your post: I woke up today trying to keep positive

Oh dear, take it easy. I hope you are doing better soon :(

thanks a bunch! I took a nap and feel much better. Just need to remain positive!

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redbloodedamerica:

pleasedwithyourexistence:

redbloodedamerica:

clearlyfoggy:

redbloodedamerica:

Oddly enough, this may be more literal than tongue-in-cheek.

yeah cause Obama caused all of the violence in the area those children are leaving. Obama put all of those children on the train and journey that almost kills the families that travel in the United States 
Obama Obama Obama. Obama just causes all of the “problems” our country has, right?Fuck off to whoever made this comic. 

No, he did not cause violence in those areas.  However, his non-enforcement policies have made it abundantly clear that once you get here, you probably won’t be turned away.  But why would Obama want to turn any of these people away?  They’re going to be good Democrat voters if they can only be granted amnesty…which is why Democrats are really working towards getting that passed.
If Obama cared at all about these poor “children”, he would put them all on a one-way flight back to their home countries.  If they have family already here illegally who paid for them to travel here and cross the border, then, we’ll happily pay for their ticket as well.  That’s why if kids just crawled over your fence and started camping out in your backyard, you don’t just leave them there, you kindly and safely get them back to their actual home as soon as possible.

Evacuation isn’t a cakewalk. People don’t do it for fun. People do it as a last resort because they can’t keep living where they are now. Whether that is because of violence, political turmoil, poverty, or whatever-the-hell-else. These kids would not be safer or better off back in their home countries. People resort to illegal immigration because they have no options left, and people sacrifice everything, all of their funds, their safety, and more, to get their children better lives in better places, even if that means that those lives are led away from their families. Don’t act like sending them back to their “actual homes” would be a sign of “caring” or even a good or decent thing to do. 
For the record, if a bunch of kids camped out in my backyard for the hell of it, I’d be pissed. If they were running away from abusers, homelessness, poverty, and gang wars, I’d invite them in and get them a hot chocolate. 

Except you’d be inviting them in permanently and supplying their hot chocolate permanently because they don’t know how to provide their own for themselves.  Then other kids would get wind of this great deal they got from your hospitality and they would also jump your fence.  Before long you have 40 kids living in your house, all saying they’re running away from abusers, homelessness, poverty, and gang wars as excuses to get your free hot chocolate.  When are you going to draw the line and send them home?  They can’t stay in your home forever drinking hot chocolate.  
You do also realize that we have gang violence, poverty, homelessness, and abuse already in the cities these children are being escorted to here in the United States, right?  Many of these “children" are the perpetrators of these awful acts too.  Now, we have to deal with them.  
Sometimes the compassionate thing is to do the hard thing.  Send these people home, we have our own problems.

redbloodedamerica:

pleasedwithyourexistence:

redbloodedamerica:

clearlyfoggy:

redbloodedamerica:

Oddly enough, this may be more literal than tongue-in-cheek.

yeah cause Obama caused all of the violence in the area those children are leaving. Obama put all of those children on the train and journey that almost kills the families that travel in the United States 

Obama Obama Obama. Obama just causes all of the “problems” our country has, right?

Fuck off to whoever made this comic. 

No, he did not cause violence in those areas.  However, his non-enforcement policies have made it abundantly clear that once you get here, you probably won’t be turned away.  But why would Obama want to turn any of these people away?  They’re going to be good Democrat voters if they can only be granted amnesty…which is why Democrats are really working towards getting that passed.

If Obama cared at all about these poor “children”, he would put them all on a one-way flight back to their home countries.  If they have family already here illegally who paid for them to travel here and cross the border, then, we’ll happily pay for their ticket as well.  That’s why if kids just crawled over your fence and started camping out in your backyard, you don’t just leave them there, you kindly and safely get them back to their actual home as soon as possible.

Evacuation isn’t a cakewalk. People don’t do it for fun. People do it as a last resort because they can’t keep living where they are now. Whether that is because of violence, political turmoil, poverty, or whatever-the-hell-else. These kids would not be safer or better off back in their home countries. People resort to illegal immigration because they have no options left, and people sacrifice everything, all of their funds, their safety, and more, to get their children better lives in better places, even if that means that those lives are led away from their families. Don’t act like sending them back to their “actual homes” would be a sign of “caring” or even a good or decent thing to do. 

For the record, if a bunch of kids camped out in my backyard for the hell of it, I’d be pissed. If they were running away from abusers, homelessness, poverty, and gang wars, I’d invite them in and get them a hot chocolate. 

Except you’d be inviting them in permanently and supplying their hot chocolate permanently because they don’t know how to provide their own for themselves.  Then other kids would get wind of this great deal they got from your hospitality and they would also jump your fence.  Before long you have 40 kids living in your house, all saying they’re running away from abusers, homelessness, poverty, and gang wars as excuses to get your free hot chocolate.  When are you going to draw the line and send them home?  They can’t stay in your home forever drinking hot chocolate.  

You do also realize that we have gang violence, poverty, homelessness, and abuse already in the cities these children are being escorted to here in the United States, right?  Many of these “children" are the perpetrators of these awful acts too.  Now, we have to deal with them.  

Sometimes the compassionate thing is to do the hard thing.  Send these people home, we have our own problems.

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grantcary replied to your post “So I’m new to this whole emoji thing”

Girl down to get dirty and give bj then sleep then steal monkeys?

lol oh darn! it’s suppose to be an orgasm face. and the monkey is suppose to be like a “teehee” omg I see it! it does look like someone’s stealing a monkey! I thought the monkey was giggling or something lol. 

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So I’m new to this whole emoji thing

and sent this to my boyfriend and he actually understood what I was trying to say lol

 this stuff is actually pretty fun lol. I’ve seen the ones people have reblogged on here and they’re really neat and clever. 

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matthewhobby:

Henry Charles Bukowski was a German-born American poet, novelist and short story writer. This three-toed sloth was also named Bukowski, but it mostly just hung around and ate leaves.

matthewhobby:

Henry Charles Bukowski was a German-born American poet, novelist and short story writer. This three-toed sloth was also named Bukowski, but it mostly just hung around and ate leaves.

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"He has big, chubby cheeks. He looks like a young Winston Churchill.” -Prince Harry on his nephew, Prince George.

"He has big, chubby cheeks. He looks like a young Winston Churchill. -Prince Harry on his nephew, Prince George.

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neon-vagina:

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ronaldreagay:

laughing cow cheese huh?
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I BET THAT COW WASNT LAUGHING WHEN YOU SLAUGHTERED IT HUH

you don’t kill a cow

to make cheese

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this is literally my favorite

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sixpenceee:

Is our fate in the palm of our hands? 

Who really knows, but this is fun and easy to try. 

Ofcourse none of this is scientifically backed up, but my mother used to tell me the story of how a fortune teller in her village read her palm and told her how she would be one of the lucky few to leave South Asia and travel to America. 

She didn’t believe it at that time, because something like that was one in a million at the time. But it happened, and here she is now with a family. 

READ YOUR PALM

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here-in-the-room:

huffingtonpost:

IKEA ADVERTISES ADOPTABLE DOGS IN STORES, BECAUSE EVERY HOME NEEDS A RESCUE PUP

The idea to display the pets inside the store started in Singapore as a collaboration between Ikea and two animal shelters, according to Business Insider. Together they formed the project Home for Hope.

Watch the full video and also learn which state in the United States will be adopting pet displays in their Ikea stores here. 

this actually broke my heart a little bit and i cried what has the internet done to me wait no i just FUCKING LOVE DOGS SO MUCH

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lancer-lace:

Reporter: “Dr. Teller, in urging the Senate to reject the Nuclear Test Ban today, said it weakens the American defenses, thus invites attack.”

Kennedy: "Now to anybody who works in the laboratories today, a 30 megaton weapon is perhaps not as sophisticated as a 60, 70, or 80 megaton weapon. But it is still many, many, many times, dozens of times stronger than the weapon that FLATTENED Hiroshima and Nagasaki! How many weapons do you need and how many megatons do you need to destroy?? I said in my speech, what we now have on hand without any further testing, will kill 300 million people in one hour! And that’s uh…and I suppose they can even improve on that if necessary."

One of my favorite responses of President Kennedy’s. This is his reaction to an absolutely ridiculous suggestion that banning nuclear testing is a bad thing. Here is a link to the video so you can get the full effect and that famous Boston accent is on full display as well:

President Kennedy Responds To a Critic of the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty

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  #JFK   #John F. Kennedy

animelupus:

Geeze… The insanity McDonald’s employee workers must endure…

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  #omg