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The Libtards did this last year. They take a picture of the "over flow room" and seem to think it is the main hall where the speech is actually being given.
Ah, were is Trump on the stage in the picture?
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Fringe? Over 40% of all American are not sure if Obama was born in Hawaii!
And their are more Conservatives than Liberals! You Progressives are in the fringe. Sort of like blood-sucking ticks in tall grass.
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60% > 40% and therefore by definition, not FRINGE. You idiot.
Did I mention you're an idiot?
No, 40% is not a fringe. Progressives make up only 10% of the electorate and that make YOU part of a fringe movement. Make sure you check out the graph!

June 15, 2009
"Conservatives" Are Single-Largest Ideological Group
Percentage of "liberals" higher this decade than in early '90s
by Lydia Saad
PRINCETON, NJ -- Thus far in 2009, 40% of Americans interviewed in national Gallup Poll surveys describe their political views as conservative, 35% as moderate, and 21% as liberal. This represents a slight increase for conservatism in the U.S. since 2008, returning it to a level last seen in 2004. The 21% calling themselves liberal is in line with findings throughout this decade, but is up from the 1990s.
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1. Several errors? I think not. You,re wrong. Please quote the rule that says it is incorrect to begin a sentence with a conjunction. That is no more incorrect than ending a sentence with a preposition as that rule was made up, and both do not exist. A comma SHOULD follow charitable as it replaces 'and". "You're" is an informal pronoun, dixit Mr WEBSTER. Look it up;
2. Wrong. It is not a sentence fragment, it is part and parcel of a complete sentence;
3. Wrong. No period required after "canvas", as it is a choice between said period and comma. Therefore, "god" need not be capitalized. And should it be, and it need not be, the "G" should be capitalized, not the whole word;
4. Sorry, try as you may, there is not one punctuation error in nu ber4. Incidentally, all your paragraphs, from 1 to 5, should end with a semi-colon, not a period;
5. I can't find number 5. Perhaps it's too early. Do pont it out to me and I'll reply in an isntant.
I think it's sad that a non-anglophone like myself should have to correct you. Your first language is English, correct? It's my second language.
Not beginning a sentence with a conjunction has been a grammar rule since the beginning. A conjunction is a connecting word and can never be used as a starting word for a sentence.
It is never correct to end a sentence with a preposition, regardless of the incorrect grammar being taught in business classes today.
"Look it up;"--It is grammatically incorrect to end a sentence with a semi-colon. You have a habit of doing this.
"You,re wrong"—You used a comma instead of an apostrophe.
sentence;--You used “sentence’ as the end of the sentence yet used a semi-colon instead of a period to end the sentence.
"And should it be, and it need not be, the "G" should be capitalized, not the whole word;"--You incorrectly began a sentence with a conjunction and ended it with a semi-colon, both of which are incorrect.
"nu ber4"-- You misspelled “number” and “number4” should have a space between number and 4.
Pont—You misspelled “point”.
“Isntant” is misspelled.
"should end with a semi-colon, not a period;"--You ended the sentence with a semi-colon, which one can never do.

“It's my second language”—You neglected to put a period at the end of the sentence.
In conclusion, I suggest you learn the rules for punctuation. Correct punctuation is necessary for the reader to get the correct meaning of a sentence.

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Logan wrote:
<quoted text>Not beginning a sentence with a conjunction has been a grammar rule since the beginning. A conjunction is a connecting word and can never be used as a starting word for a sentence.
It is never correct to end a sentence with a preposition, regardless of the incorrect grammar being taught in business classes today.
"Look it up;"--It is grammatically incorrect to end a sentence with a semi-colon. You have a habit of doing this.
"You,re wrong"—You used a comma instead of an apostrophe.
sentence;--You used “sentence’ as the end of the sentence yet used a semi-colon instead of a period to end the sentence.
"And should it be, and it need not be, the "G" should be capitalized, not the whole word;"--You incorrectly began a sentence with a conjunction and ended it with a semi-colon, both of which are incorrect.
"nu ber4"-- You misspelled “number” and “number4” should have a space between number and 4.
Pont—You misspelled “point”.
“Isntant” is misspelled.
"should end with a semi-colon, not a period;"--You ended the sentence with a semi-colon, which one can never do.

“It's my second language”—You neglected to put a period at the end of the sentence.
In conclusion, I suggest you learn the rules for punctuation. Correct punctuation is necessary for the reader to get the correct meaning of a sentence.
I love good strong and wise conservative women. They tell the truth. Liberals hate the truth.
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hobama is an incessant liar!


that racist global warlord bankster hobama is the worse prez ever!!!!!!!

cc benghazi gate/wwiii/ndaa/africom/design er poverty/jobless/homeless/PIC/M IC etc

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Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
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Are you assuming that only Republicans engage in illegal activity?
Next, the first and third link seem to be good cases for a criminal investigation and prosecution but the second is obviously NOT a crime nor is the forth.
You seem to have a problem with what is and is not a crime.
It is like the New Black Panthers who were caught solitariness murder and kidnapping. They are obviously very serious crimes but Eric Holder will not even investigate. But he did investigate George Zimmerman when there was not even a reliable criminal complaint!
Oh, the case against George Zimmerman seems to be falling apart.
I’m not assuming anything Rogue nor am I suggesting wide spread voter fraud. I’ll leave that up to Republicans. I’ll leave it up to enforcement to determine what is and what’s not voter fraud as well.

As for the NBPP, I link them with the thousand or so other white hate groups you have no idea of which is being investigated or monitored.

And lastly I suppose you assume the Martin family seeking an investigation into their son’s killing is not a reliable complaint.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/martin...

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<quoted text>Not beginning a sentence with a conjunction has been a grammar rule since the beginning. A conjunction is a connecting word and can never be used as a starting word for a sentence.
It is never correct to end a sentence with a preposition, regardless of the incorrect grammar being taught in business classes today.
"Look it up;"--It is grammatically incorrect to end a sentence with a semi-colon. You have a habit of doing this.
"You,re wrong"—You used a comma instead of an apostrophe.
sentence;--You used “sentence’ as the end of the sentence yet used a semi-colon instead of a period to end the sentence.
"And should it be, and it need not be, the "G" should be capitalized, not the whole word;"--You incorrectly began a sentence with a conjunction and ended it with a semi-colon, both of which are incorrect.
"nu ber4"-- You misspelled “number” and “number4” should have a space between number and 4.
Pont—You misspelled “point”.
“Isntant” is misspelled.
"should end with a semi-colon, not a period;"--You ended the sentence with a semi-colon, which one can never do.
“It's my second language”—You neglected to put a period at the end of the sentence.
In conclusion, I suggest you learn the rules for punctuation. Correct punctuation is necessary for the reader to get the correct meaning of a sentence.
This is embarrassing but I must correct myself for neglecting to say that the conjunctions one never uses at the beginning of sentences are called coordinating conjunctions. There are different kinds of conjunctions, so I apologize for my omission of that.

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in chore ring mind wrote:
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Would it matter to you if the potus was put in office, either party, illegally or not? And do you think the birther movement is racially motivated?
Does it matter to you that this president was democratically elected by the people twice?

And yes, some birtherism is racially motivated and obviously some is not. I doubt anyone who accused the Clintons of murder or Bush with being in cahoots with the 911 terrorists could hardly be charged with racism. Some people just go plain nuts when their man is rejected by the people.

Yes, I was angry when the conservative court decided in Bush’s favor, but I moved on and never once tried to make up shit about the man. He ended up doing enough damage on his own.

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I love good strong and wise conservative women. They tell the truth. Liberals hate the truth.
How nice of you to say that! It's good to see you posting again.

It seems to be a fact that liberals have a dislike for the truth, particularly when it exposes their agendas. The socialists use lying as a necessary tool for accomplishing their goals, as has been proven by Obama, who has perfected the art of lying for political reasons.
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Logan wrote:
<quoted text>Not beginning a sentence with a conjunction has been a grammar rule since the beginning. A conjunction is a connecting word and can never be used as a starting word for a sentence.
It is never correct to end a sentence with a preposition, regardless of the incorrect grammar being taught in business classes today.
"Look it up;"--It is grammatically incorrect to end a sentence with a semi-colon. You have a habit of doing this.
"You,re wrong"—You used a comma instead of an apostrophe.
sentence;--You used “sentence’ as the end of the sentence yet used a semi-colon instead of a period to end the sentence.
"And should it be, and it need not be, the "G" should be capitalized, not the whole word;"--You incorrectly began a sentence with a conjunction and ended it with a semi-colon, both of which are incorrect.
"nu ber4"-- You misspelled “number” and “number4” should have a space between number and 4.
Pont—You misspelled “point”.
“Isntant” is misspelled.
"should end with a semi-colon, not a period;"--You ended the sentence with a semi-colon, which one can never do.
“It's my second language”—You neglected to put a period at the end of the sentence.
In conclusion, I suggest you learn the rules for punctuation. Correct punctuation is necessary for the reader to get the correct meaning of a sentence.
Petty and with no supporting evidence.

Let's first get rid of the typos. I make them by the dozen and readily admit it. I'll no doubt even make more in this very post. They are not misspelled words nor grammatical errors. They are typos, finger hitting the wrong key and perfectly suitable for Topix. The following words of mine are typos and I unhesitatingly voice my mea culpa, but will continue to make them : You,re (the cheapeast of corrections, but then, that is what you are : Cheap. Nu ber. Wow. Isntant. Another one. And I neglected the period at the end of the sentence. Guilty. Oh, and number4. WTG Sherlock;

Okay, you once more state that "Not beginning a sentence with a conjunction has been a grammar rule since the beginning. A conjunction is a connecting word and can never be used as a starting word for a sentence." To that nebulous statment, you add the preposition at the end of the sentence. Well, Ms Grammarian, I asked you to quote me the English grammar rule to prove your contention. Still waiting. And you'll never find it. Why? It's in your imagination, it does not exist;

You have no idea how to and when to use a semi-colon as evidenced by your grade 3 rulings. Again, Mr Oxford states : "the punctuation mark used to separate parts of a sentence where there is a more distinct break than that represented by a comma;"

My punctuation is spot-on (LRS tm reg'd).

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Yes I know what a professional is Mr. Liars but it’s evident from Judge Malihi’s decision not a single birfoon does. Hint to third grade class; A birfoon is not an expert or a professional at anything save being a birfoon.
1. Plaintiffs asked this Court to decide the case on the merits of their arguments and evidence. The Court granted Plaintiffs' request.
2. THE COURT FINDS THE TESTIMONY OF THE WITNESSES, AS WELL AS THE EXHIBITS TENDERED, TO BE OF LITTLE, IF ANY, PROBATIVE VALUE, AND THUS WHOLLY INSUFFICIENT TO SUPPORT PLAINTIFFS' ALLEGATIONS. Ms. Taitz attempted to solicit expert testimony from several of the witnesses without qualifying or tendering the witnesses as experts.(The unqualified testimony of the witness was not competent evidence)
3. For example, two of PLAINTIFFS' WITNESSES TESTIFIED THAT MR. OBAMA'S BIRTH CERTIFICATE WAS FORGED, BUT NEITHER WITNESS WAS PROPERLY QUALIFIED OR TENDERED AS AN EXPERT IN BIRTH RECORDS, FORGED DOCUMENTS OR DOCUMENT MANIPULATION.
4. Another witness testified that she has concluded that the social security number Mr. Obama uses is fraudulent; however, her investigatory methods and her sources of information were not properly presented, and SHE WAS NEVER QUALIFIED OR TENDERED AS AN EXPERT IN SOCIAL SECURITY FRAUD, OR FRAUD INVESTIGATIONS IN GENERAL
5. NONE OF THE TESTIFYING WITNESSES PROVIDED PERSUASIVE TESTIMONY. Moreover, the Court finds that none of the written submissions tendered by Plaintiffs have probative value. Given the unsatisfactory evidence presented by the Plaintiffs, the Court concludes that Plaintiffs' claims are not persuasive.
CONCLUSION
President Barack Obama is eligible as a candidate for the presidential primary election under O.C.G.A.§ 21-2-5(b).
SO ORDERED, February 3rd, 2012.
MICHAEL M. MALIHI, Judge
http://libertylegalfoundation.org/wp-content/...
He's being covered for, melonhead! He is a fraud, make no mistake.
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This is embarrassing but I must correct myself for neglecting to say that the conjunctions one never uses at the beginning of sentences are called coordinating conjunctions. There are different kinds of conjunctions, so I apologize for my omission of that.
Quote the precise rule, please, plus author and reference. You do that and I'll bow to you and state that you were right all along. Learning is something I'll never stop doing.
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This is embarrassing but I must correct myself for neglecting to say that the conjunctions one never uses at the beginning of sentences are called coordinating conjunctions. There are different kinds of conjunctions, so I apologize for my omission of that.
For your info :

www.gpuss.co.uk/english_usage/start_sentence_...
www.chompchomp.com/terms/coordinatingconjunct...
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The above proves you wrong. Makes one wonder about the rest of your so-called "observations".

I'm finished playing games with you, Miss Grundy. And do continue your pettiness by correcing my typos. I stand by them as, unlike you, I don't spend hours poring over my words.
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lol lol, jump on "correcing" .
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<quoted text>How nice of you to say that! It's good to see you posting again.
It seems to be a fact that liberals have a dislike for the truth, particularly when it exposes their agendas. The socialists use lying as a necessary tool for accomplishing their goals, as has been proven by Obama, who has perfected the art of lying for political reasons.
No comma required following "Obama who has perfected the art..." It disturbs the flow of the sentence.
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<quoted text>How nice of you to say that! It's good to see you posting again.
It seems to be a fact that liberals have a dislike for the truth, particularly when it exposes their agendas. The socialists use lying as a necessary tool for accomplishing their goals, as has been proven by Obama, who has perfected the art of lying for political reasons.
How can someone who writes so well (yes, you do) be so politically ignorant?

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hobama is an incessant liar!
that racist global warlord bankster hobama is the worse prez ever!!!!!!!
cc benghazi gate/wwiii/ndaa/africom/design er poverty/jobless/homeless/PIC/M IC etc
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I’m not assuming anything Rogue nor am I suggesting wide spread voter fraud. I’ll leave that up to Republicans. I’ll leave it up to enforcement to determine what is and what’s not voter fraud as well.
As for the NBPP, I link them with the thousand or so other white hate groups you have no idea of which is being investigated or monitored.
And lastly I suppose you assume the Martin family seeking an investigation into their son’s killing is not a reliable complaint.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/martin...
It was politically motivated. Period! Obumbler wanted division and now he has it. Hope he enjoys watching what happens in the near future. You're a class A idiot, melonhead.
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Petty and with no supporting evidence.
Let's first get rid of the typos. I make them by the dozen and readily admit it. I'll no doubt even make more in this very post. They are not misspelled words nor grammatical errors. They are typos, finger hitting the wrong key and perfectly suitable for Topix. The following words of mine are typos and I unhesitatingly voice my mea culpa, but will continue to make them : You,re (the cheapeast of corrections, but then, that is what you are : Cheap. Nu ber. Wow. Isntant. Another one. And I neglected the period at the end of the sentence. Guilty. Oh, and number4. WTG Sherlock;
Okay, you once more state that "Not beginning a sentence with a conjunction has been a grammar rule since the beginning. A conjunction is a connecting word and can never be used as a starting word for a sentence." To that nebulous statment, you add the preposition at the end of the sentence. Well, Ms Grammarian, I asked you to quote me the English grammar rule to prove your contention. Still waiting. And you'll never find it. Why? It's in your imagination, it does not exist;
You have no idea how to and when to use a semi-colon as evidenced by your grade 3 rulings. Again, Mr Oxford states : "the punctuation mark used to separate parts of a sentence where there is a more distinct break than that represented by a comma;"
My punctuation is spot-on (LRS tm reg'd).
Your English is not what you think it is, jakeleg. I've been telling you this for while now. In typical fashion though, you can't swallow the truth. parasitic monkey nut growth

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