Tuesday Daily Delawhere [3.26.13]

Filed in Delaware by on March 26, 2013

Walker’s Mill, on New Bridge Road in Henry Clay Village. The mill was built in 1815 and produced goods such as cotton yarn and muslin.

© Photographs taken by and are courtesy of anonymous photographer xzmattzx.

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  1. Rusty Dils says:

    Here is today’s lesson on liberal hypocrisy. Even though, like the word contradict, Liberals either don’t acknowledge the word hypocrisy, or care about hypocrisy, or understand the word hypocrisy,
    today’s lesson is at the link below.

    Al Sharpton on his show recently started urging the President and Others to ramp up their efforts on gun control. Then he aired a commercial on his show to help pay for his show. The commercial was for Henry repeating rifles.

    The reason liberals don’t acknowledge, or understand, or care, about hypocrisy or the word contradict is, because if they did, it would render most or all of their arguments null and void

    http://freedomslighthouse.net/2013/03/26/msnbcs-al-sharpton-harps-on-need-for-gun-control-followed-by-ad-for-henry-repeating-rifles-on-his-show-video-32513/

  2. Geezer says:

    “Then he aired a commercial on his show to help pay for his show. The commercial was for Henry repeating rifles.”

    Conservatives shouldn’t use big words, because they seldom understand their meaning.

    Is the Henry repeating rifle on the list of weapons proposed for the ban? Even if it is, were you under the impression that TV show hosts sell the ads themselves? Are you even sure the ad ran nationwide rather than as a local drop-in ad?

    Instead of wasting your time looking for “liberal hypocrisy,” maybe you should devote your research to instances of “conservative stupidity.” Oh, wait. You already is one.

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