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“Seek Light”

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#33325 Jan 24, 2013
Southern Democrats were a different kind of dog.
Allen

Penrose, NC

#33326 Jan 24, 2013
waco1909 wrote:
<quoted text> Allen has said some very nice things about you.You saying you don't feel the urge to support Allen, since you and Bacon aren't fans of each other? Mike was right about people signing in on Topix.i'm going to leave Allen out of my posts.But something isn't right.
Yes I have said some nice things to Arnold and about him and I meant every word of it. At the same time I don't expect him to fight my battles. Being signed in on topix or not does not change who I am, my views, my points or my opinions. You say you are an Obama supporter, well if so then act like one and stop brown nosing the republicans. Ole Gail has posted some pretty bad $hit here and you continue to reply to her.(SOMETHING?) That's not right!

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#33327 Jan 24, 2013
waco1909 wrote:
Southern Democrats were a different kind of dog.
Were???

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#33328 Jan 24, 2013
Silvercoastcorks wrote:
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The difference between AZ and me, I am not constantly seeking validation and don't need a resume to prove anything.
I simply gave my time and energy to making my community a better place by my own free will with no intent of recognition or praise. No, you wouldn't understand anything about that because from what I have seen, you really care about nothing but yourself and your own little world. That is the real difference between us.

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#33329 Jan 24, 2013
waco1909 wrote:
Southern Democrats were a different kind of dog.
Yes they were. Extreme racists who went over to the Republican Party after the Civil Right and Voting Rights Act. Thank God the bigots and KKK left. Strom Thurmond was the lead dog that took them out of our party over to the Republican side. God bless him for the house cleaning.

“Arch Nemisis of Democrats”

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#33330 Jan 24, 2013
Arnold-Ziffel wrote:
<quoted text>I simply gave my time and energy to making my community a better place by my own free will with no intent of recognition or praise. No, you wouldn't understand anything about that because from what I have seen, you really care about nothing but yourself and your own little world. That is the real difference between us.
Because I have already given my time and moved on.

“Seek Light”

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#33331 Jan 24, 2013
Democrats of the sixties were far more conservative than other dems of that time.

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#33332 Jan 24, 2013
Silvercoastcorks wrote:
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Because I have already given my time and moved on.
"Given my time" should be a life time endeavor. "Moving on" is your best decision. We all anticipate the day.

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#33333 Jan 24, 2013
waco1909 wrote:
Democrats of the sixties were far more conservative than other dems of that time.
Racists Democrats of the 40's became the Dixiecrats. Racists Democrats Of the 60's became the Republicans.

“Seek Light”

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#33334 Jan 24, 2013
Arnold-Ziffel wrote:
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Racists Democrats of the 40's became the Dixiecrats. Racists Democrats Of the 60's became the Republicans.
Then who the heck were the republicans of the sixties?

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#33335 Jan 24, 2013
Arnold-Ziffel wrote:
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Racists Democrats of the 40's became the Dixiecrats. Racists Democrats Of the 60's became the Republicans.
Democrats of today are becoming Socialkrats. What's next, the Commukrats??

“Seek Light”

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#33336 Jan 24, 2013
Commukrats? Isn't that a movie by Disney?

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#33337 Jan 24, 2013
waco1909 wrote:
<quoted text> Then who the heck were the republicans of the sixties?
A smaller party of exclusionary principles who grew in numbers when the the hard core malcontent democrats joined their forces. The party of Barry Goldwater. Nixon elected in 68 was their crowning moment.

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#33338 Jan 24, 2013
Makin bacon wrote:
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Democrats of today are becoming Socialkrats. What's next, the Commukrats??
The ghost of Joseph McCarthy will never die as long as one Republican remains. The "Red Scare Boogaloo" goes on and on.
Allen

Penrose, NC

#33339 Jan 24, 2013
Arnold-Ziffel wrote:
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The ghost of Joseph McCarthy will never die as long as one Republican remains. The "Red Scare Boogaloo" goes on and on.
Arnold, you are no fool and neither am I. The republicans freeing of the slaves had nothing to do with morality or civil rights. But, it had everything to do with taxation and representation. Take a gander at the Three-Fifths Compromise or The Referendum on Taxation of Slaves. It's all about greed. The repubs would have us think that they worked great wonders for the black race, when in fact the wonder was all about money and a vote.
Allen

Penrose, NC

#33340 Jan 24, 2013
waco1909 wrote:
<quoted text> Then who the heck were the republicans of the sixties?
Do your own homework and stop expecting an education from topix.

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#33341 Jan 24, 2013
Arnold-Ziffel wrote:
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The ghost of Joseph McCarthy will never die as long as one Republican remains. The "Red Scare Boogaloo" goes on and on.
Arnold, I don't believe in ghosts. BOO!!!

“Seek Light”

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#33342 Jan 24, 2013
Arnold-Ziffel wrote:
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A smaller party of exclusionary principles who grew in numbers when the the hard core malcontent democrats joined their forces. The party of Barry Goldwater. Nixon elected in 68 was their crowning moment.
Well I remember the Goldwater republicans, didn't think Nixon was conservative enough for those guys.

“Arch Nemisis of Democrats”

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#33343 Jan 24, 2013
Arnold-Ziffel wrote:
<quoted text>"Given my time" should be a life time endeavor. "Moving on" is your best decision. We all anticipate the day.
Key word of your opinion is should, but not required.

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#33344 Jan 24, 2013
Allen wrote:
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Arnold, you are no fool and neither am I. The republicans freeing of the slaves had nothing to do with morality or civil rights. But, it had everything to do with taxation and representation. Take a gander at the Three-Fifths Compromise or The Referendum on Taxation of Slaves. It's all about greed. The repubs would have us think that they worked great wonders for the black race, when in fact the wonder was all about money and a vote.
You should take a closer look at the Three Fifths Compromise. The Commucrats would have us think they worked wonders for the black race when in fact the wonder was all about power and greed.
And yet it's the Commucrats of today that enslave the blacks with money for votes!

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