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“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#33915 Jan 30, 2013
Pro-American wrote:
<quoted text>First, you need to get your facts straight. The very next day the Ruler didn't say these acts were committed by terrorist, but rather,(and just as the moderator of the foreign policy debate pointed out), he called it an "act of terror." Since the Ruler has ended the "war on terror", terrorist no longer exists so it had to be an "act of terror" carried out by civilians protesting a video! These aren't my words, they're the Rulers words.(You see Bacon, another example of people listening to the Ruler but NOT hearing what he says.)
As far as the funding, Bacon has already schooled you on who is to blame. If I give you a thousand dollars to pay the bills and you waste the money on frivolous purchases, don't whine to me when the bill collector comes a knocking! Own up to the blame, show some responsibility and PLEASE quit watching MSNBC and regurgitating their talking points.
Can we put up the daily color coded alerts to terror like in the good old fear mongering Bush days?
Funny how those suddenly stopped right after he was reelected. Tricked your scared ass.

Since: Sep 12

Location hidden

#33916 Jan 30, 2013
Mike Duquette wrote:
<quoted text>So our team failed to determine the threat that killed four, and your team failed to determine the threat that killed three thousand. Got it.
You think the situations were the same? Your smarter than that. The Towers were the beginning, Benghazi was a continuation, if you can't see the difference, go watch a protest video. I know, "What does it matter", it happened. Makes me sick, to compare the two events is asinine.

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#33917 Jan 30, 2013
Pro-American wrote:
<quoted text>So you have proved me right and you wrong. He didn't blame it on terrorist as you claimed, he blamed it on an act of terror as I claimed.
You must listen in order to hear, grasshopper.
Bush lead the citizens to believe Saddam was responsible for 9/11. Polls show when Bush was reelected, 75% of republicans and 50% of democrats thought that Saddam had ties to 9/11.

Now keep crying wolf, as no one is listening.

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#33918 Jan 30, 2013
emlu wrote:
<quoted text>You think the situations were the same? Your smarter than that. The Towers were the beginning, Benghazi was a continuation, if you can't see the difference, go watch a protest video. I know, "What does it matter", it happened. Makes me sick, to compare the two events is asinine.
Yes, I compare the two, and you have yet to demonstrate why I should not.
Begining or continuation. What is the difference?
Bush failed to protect the American homeland. Three thousand civilians died due to the failure. Now you can wish to sweep that under the rug, but I will not allow it to be done.

Everytime your team brings this up, the people are reminded of the Bush failure to protect America.

This is why your team is falling apart.

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#33919 Jan 30, 2013
Wow wrote:
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It took you that long to respond? No man here, girly/boy!
Republican.

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#33920 Jan 30, 2013
Makin bacon wrote:
<quoted text>
Arnold based off the definitions of act of terrorism I posted, all of us that talked about having the fear of God put upon us by spanking would make our parents terrorists. I don't think any of us were raised by terrorists. One of the meanings was "causing fear." I can tell you one thing, when my mom got out the old double dogwooder, she must have been on the FBI and Interpols's list of known or wanted terrorists cause there was serious fear placed on me.
So your mother used fear to control you. I see. I can see how you are to ignorant to understand the relationship of terrorism useing fear to control.
Bush was well versed in this use of fear mongering to control. Now build a bunker because the color coded warnings are flashing in your head.

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#33921 Jan 30, 2013
Silvercoastcorks wrote:
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When they are no longer in your household, sure.
Your kids are not your friends or peers. They not equals. They are your kids. Till they are out of your home, fending for themselves i.e. paying their own bills etc etc etc, they are not entitled to any sort of freedom of expression or liberties.
He who has the money makes the rules. Why do you think your teammates are stealing it(through taxation) from those who can manage their wealth and giving it away to those who can't?
Once someone is born in America, they are entitled to the rights provided by the constitution.

I know you hate that so much, you are leaving America. Good riddance.

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#33922 Jan 30, 2013
Arnold-Ziffel wrote:
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So, in your view, Your own children are denied freedom of speech and cannot express an opinion that is different than yours? Their indiviuality is never encouraged? If they do express a different view, do you send them to the tundra region of your house, demand slave labor and food deprivation?
This is how republicans brainwash their kids to be republicans. It is a vicious cycle.

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#33923 Jan 30, 2013
Silvercoastcorks wrote:
<quoted text>
Says the democrat taking entitlements. Perhaps we should institute a more regulations on entitlements, testing for alcohol and tobacco use.
Want to improve your wealth? Private message me and I can give you a number to call. But he charges a fee for advice.
So you thus are advocating larger government.

See the trend? Conservatives are so dense, they cannot understand why government grows when they ask for such things.

Twice in one day. Next you will be asking to grow the military.

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#33924 Jan 30, 2013
waco1909 wrote:
Why is Silvercoast a"dictator" and a"control"freak? How is that known?
By his words.

Silver;They(his children) were not entitled to an opinion or "freely express" themselves.

I know it is hard for you to see the flaws of your on line friends. The bias is clear.

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#33925 Jan 30, 2013
Silvercoastcorks wrote:
<quoted text>
Said from a black guy who's mom was white and can't identify with her heritage regardless of what is "printed" on his birth certificate.
Republican=racist.

Since: Dec 11

Location hidden

#33926 Jan 30, 2013
Mike Duquette wrote:
<quoted text>Bush lead the citizens to believe Saddam was responsible for 9/11. Polls show when Bush was reelected, 75% of republicans and 50% of democrats thought that Saddam had ties to 9/11.
Now keep crying wolf, as no one is listening.
Provide a link for your ridiculous claims, otherwise your future post are considered suspect at best....as usual.

Since: Dec 11

Location hidden

#33927 Jan 30, 2013
Arnold-Ziffel wrote:
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Some kids lack motivation. We call parents regularly and report their current state to them. When a parent is called and a kid continues to fail to bring in homework, make effort in their work, and cause disruptions in the classroom, we continue to do our job and attempt to teach them. We report to the administration and all the discipline measures they come up with also many times do not work. Requested parent conferences very seldom are attended by many parents. You can fire one of your employees, but we can't fire any student. The struggle continues on. Maybe you have some suggestions.
Maybe, therein lies the problem. Education should be considered a privilege, not a right, entitlement, etc,,,, as it is in the many countries that kick out asses every year. Hence the difference with private schools, it IS a privilege to attend, therefor the scores, participation by students, parents, & teachers, and the overall experience is greater than govt schools.

Since: Dec 11

Location hidden

#33928 Jan 30, 2013
Mike Duquette wrote:
<quoted text>Republican=racist.
Anyone who disagrees with your party's ideology = racists.

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#33929 Jan 30, 2013
Silvercoastcorks wrote:
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Call UNC and give them their money back because you robbed them of a free ride.
Since we are beating this dead horse, again, our kids are grown. They have the right to define themselves however they see fit. They all have chosen for themselves to align themselves with conservative points of view. They did have "black" friends while they played sports and they even listened to rap music at some point. But, again, the all have chosen, on their own free will, to endorse a conservative point of view.
Fortunately, for Katie and I, we taught them to make decisions based being informed and not an emotions. I am not sorry you disagree. Perhaps when you have your own children, you can raise them your own way.
Clearly you do not understand how your influence compromised their free will. Free will is not black and white.
You clearly brainwashed them to think as you do for the most part.

Emotions should be listened to, but not relied upon as if not possibly faulty. You seem to rely on your instinct for seperation of others not like yourself.
You do just as the apes of today do. They segregate themselves from other tribes.
You fail to use the logic man has to understand that those who do not look like yourself are still humans and are good to work and play together with.

I see you cannot even remember what you claim from one post to the next.
Note this statement by you here;They did have "black" friends while they played sports.
Now on my next post, I will show the contradiction.
This should help point out how you brainwash and are ignorant of it.

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#33930 Jan 30, 2013
Silvercoastcorks wrote:
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Yes, the could purchase what ever they wanted with the money they saved from their jobs. No they could not play in MY house. No, they did not bring black friends over, but they never really had "black friends", just team mates from their sports team.
I have no reason to explain myself to you, again. Your assertion that civil rights have been violated but not proven in a court of law by a jury of our peers. And your opinions mean precisely dick, blackface.
Katie and I are leaving them nothing. We have paid for and provided all we are ever going to provide. They can earn their wealth and provide for themselves now, since they are adults.
Just like Katie and I did.
What I don't understand about you AZ, is that you know you and I will never agree or see eye to eye on anything, yet you keep trying to generate some sort of response as if you have no other facets in your life that show you some sort of attention? Are you really that pathetic, starved of attention or in dire need of validation that you are relying on Topix to fill that gap?
It was rhetorical question but you answered it already...
"They did have "black" friends while they played sports."

Now did they have black friends or not? I am not sure if you know what the word even means.

So clearly your dictator like demands slowly brainwashed your children to be racist like yourself.

“ We are not permanent”

Since: Oct 08

Gaston County

#33931 Jan 30, 2013
waco1909 wrote:
<quoted text>I had an absentee drunk father.My mom raised us, working two jobs.I don't have a damn bit of sympathy for someone who feels sorry for themselves, because their father was gone.MINE WAS, I made it.Quit blaming the world for your problems, and do your best.
Holy shit Waco....you may be a conservative.
TSF

Kenly, NC

#33932 Jan 30, 2013
You are FOS. I have consistently stated that the Benghazi attack was a terrorist act , which by definition had to have been done by terrorist. Anyone with even half a brain would understand that.
Now I am asking WHY republikans have decided to support terrorist against the USA by blaming Americans for what terrorist did.
Pro-American wrote:
<quoted text>You obviously didn't comprehend my post. Four months ago WE, the conservative side on this forum, claimed it WAS a terrorist attack. The liberal side of this forum said NO IT WASN'T, it was an "act of terror"....semantics...ba sically defending the Ruler because he had already declared "an end to the war on terror" thus meaning they were no more terrorist. Now today you're saying it WAS terrorist, hence the contradiction from your side. Now was it "you" that said it "wasn't" four months ago, I don't recall but I do recall it was your side, those that defend the Ruler.
Now are you claiming the State Dept got the two incidents, Egypt & Lybia, confused with one another when they made their rounds on the Sun morning shows blaming a video?
Jen

Orlando, FL

#33933 Jan 30, 2013
Pro-American wrote:
<quoted text>Maybe, therein lies the problem. Education should be considered a privilege, not a right, entitlement, etc,,,, as it is in the many countries that kick out asses every year. Hence the difference with private schools, it IS a privilege to attend, therefor the scores, participation by students, parents, & teachers, and the overall experience is greater than govt schools.
You are exactly right!
TSF

Kenly, NC

#33934 Jan 30, 2013
Yes, the article was written by a teacher, as I clearly stated.
Yes, learning is the responsibility of students and their parents.
Perhaps you have heard that you can lead a horse to water but you can't make him drink. The Asian students as a group are learning and performing at high levels in the same schools that black and caucasian students as a group perform at a lower level. They have the same teachers, so what makes the difference? Its attitude, attitude, attitude. The asian parents have taught their children that learning is an investment in their own future and that failing to learn and failing to achieve damages their future prospects. The others have parents who make up excuses for their child, blaming any failure on the schools, the teacher, liberals, the boogy man, anyone but the actual persons responsible--the failing child and his parent.
Pro-American wrote:
<quoted text>I agree, parents involvement in their child's lives is the most important aspect, especially when concerning education, but what I got from your article was that the teachers are saying its not their fault the students aren't learning, it's the parents fault? Isn't it the teachers job to teach? Because children learn at different levels, speed, comprehension, etc..., isn't it their job to try and reach every student? New schools, free laptops, etc..., doesn't teach a child, the teacher does. I guess because I'm used to dealing with private school teachers, I'm not used to teachers passing the buck! It's safe to say this article was written by a govt school teacher!

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