Since: Aug 08

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#96827 Mar 19, 2014
LOL wrote:
<quoted text>Yeah, poor widdle Sublime's feelings got hurt and rather than taking it like a man he ran crying to the mods again. But he doesn't care.....;)
your babble remains wrote:
<quoted text>
But, yeah, other than that, someone who really puts the p in ussy got them pulled. WINNING!
If synchronized whining were an Olympic sport, these two b1tches would take the gold!

Since: Aug 08

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#96828 Mar 19, 2014
cheluzal wrote:
<quoted text>
Ha, that's awesome actually...
I think so too.

“...,to wit”

Since: Jun 09

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#96829 Mar 19, 2014
LOL wrote:
<quoted text>He didn't know blogs could see IPs, so I kind of doubt it.
Imagine what he must think about the information Topix collects on posters. Everything he's ever written, the time, date, location, device it was written on (MAC address, IP/proxy)......even the deleted stuff is all archived.


From the NSA? Like this perhaps?



You are probably right though

“What's it to ya?”

Since: Mar 09

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#96830 Mar 19, 2014
edogxxx wrote:
<quoted text>

you're gonna say a woman who said tornadoes are caused by gay is some right-wing nut-ball
Pretty much, yeah.

Since: Jan 14

Australia

#96831 Mar 19, 2014
edogxxx wrote:
<quoted text>
Well I wouldn't be so sure
"Who covereth the heavens with clouds, who prepareth rains from the earth, who maketh grass grow upon the mountains."
"He causeth the vapors to ascend from the ends of the earth; He maketh lightnings for the rain; He bringeth the wind out of His treasuries."

;)
Did that guy with the lisp, in "Life of Brian", say that?

Since: Jan 14

Australia

#96832 Mar 19, 2014
... Or maybe Snagglepuss?

Since: Oct 12

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#96833 Mar 20, 2014
edogxxx wrote:
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And yet you'd vote for someone who said "We must pass it in order to know what's in it," even though they were exempt from it?
You re-elect a man who told small business owners, who spent years of blood, sweat and tears into their business, that "You didn't build that?"
But you're gonna say a woman who said tornadoes are caused by gay is some right-wing nut-ball and you couldn't possibly vote for that person?? Without knowing anything else about what she may represent?
Just more hypocrisy we have come to expect from the left.
Thankfully liberals are a dying breed
Last two general elections sure showed, liberals are a dying breed, right?....More likely that Fox viewers with a demographic of 50 and above, are much closer to eternity....Thank God.....

“reign in blood”

Since: May 09

Chicago, IL

#96834 Mar 20, 2014
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text> Last two general elections sure showed, liberals are a dying breed, right?....More likely that Fox viewers with a demographic of 50 and above, are much closer to eternity....Thank God.....
Fox news! Fox news! Fox news!

At least you don't sound like a broken record.

We'll see what the next general election shows

Since: Oct 12

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#96835 Mar 20, 2014
Watched a very moving and emotional Medal of Honor ceremony, Tuesday afternoon...televised from the White House...24 brave veterans that had served with distinction from 1941-2001....Congress had requested review of act's of bravery and honor, that might have been overlooked due to race or religion...Only 3 were alive and present to recieve their tribute....The sons and daughters of those that had passed, were their...tears streaming down their cheeks, so proud to have their father's bravery acknowledged....Was watching on MSNBC, but thought...i wonder who else is televising this patriotic ceremony and found that CNN was also televising it live.....but, Fox had Neil Cavuto on and bitching about the healthcare plan....Wondered, why would Fox ignore such a ceremony?...Was it because the black President was there?...Was it because it was rewarding some minorities, mostly Hispanic for their military merit?....It's kinda bewildering....does Fox reflect other differences we really have, here in America?....i wonder what others think about this?......

“The two baby belly, please!”

Since: Sep 09

Evanston IL

#96836 Mar 20, 2014
edogxxx wrote:
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Well I wouldn't be so sure
"Who covereth the heavens with clouds, who prepareth rains from the earth, who maketh grass grow upon the mountains."
"He causeth the vapors to ascend from the ends of the earth; He maketh lightnings for the rain; He bringeth the wind out of His treasuries."
And probably the most appropriate:
"Fire and hail; snow and vapors; stormy wind fulfilling His word."
Anyway, enough bible study. What are her other issues? What are the issues of her opponent? Does she want to cut taxes and bring jobs back to Illinois? Does her opponent want to raise taxes and impose strict sanctions on business? I don't know this woman and since she's not in my district, don't really care. But I suggest you look at the other issues. I know you're smart enough than to be a one-issue voter. I suggest you do some research, on both candidates, and decide who's best to represent YOU, and your community. YOU might be happy with your government job and family cramped into a small apartment, but are your neighbors? Wouldn't you want a house, better opportunity? Higher paying job? Or are you happy being "stuck?"
More jobs bring more opportunities for people just like you. You haven't had these opportunities in 14 years. You willing to change that?
And you're as beautiful as church bells in the sunrise... with a cooing dove atop the steeple
;)
That's the problem, I can't (and won't) look at her stand on other issues because I can't get past the fact that she believes this. I do not want to be represented in the US Congress by a woman who will turn to the bible instead of science as a basis for her decisions on things like our environmental policies.

And I am perfectly happy with my life, my job, my abode. I have everything I need and do not need more, more, MORE! And I resent you calling me "stuck". That would seem to pertain more to you than me. I have plenty of opportunities for advancement in my organization; I *choose* not to pursue them at this time because I want to spend my energy on my children, not my job.

And flattery will not help.
disinterested observer

Roselle, IL

#96837 Mar 20, 2014
Essentially the dog is saying: "So she's got a few quirks. Don't they all? Mussolini made the trains run on time! Hitler, gave full employment to Jews! People forget these things!"

Since: Aug 08

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#96838 Mar 20, 2014

“reign in blood”

Since: May 09

Chicago, IL

#96839 Mar 20, 2014
squishymama wrote:
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That's the problem, I can't (and won't) look at her stand on other issues because I can't get past the fact that she believes this.
And there's the problem. You stand on one issue and refuse to even look at anything else. And who's to say she's wrong? You scoff at her suggestion, but I scoff at blaming global warming. And many people use the bible as a tool to guide their conscious, so your statement doesn't make much sense

“reign in blood”

Since: May 09

Chicago, IL

#96840 Mar 20, 2014
Go Blue Forever wrote:
but, Fox ...does Fox
Fox news! Fox news! Fox news!

Since: Oct 12

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#96841 Mar 20, 2014
edogxxx wrote:
<quoted text>
Fox news! Fox news! Fox news!
Why not man up?....You should be capable of at least, a half intelligent conversation....
teachable moment

Roselle, IL

#96842 Mar 20, 2014
Edog is a cartoon character whose role is to be the annoying little brother in the group. The idea is you are supposed to love to hate him as he pokes and chides you, like a RL 10 year old.

However, the m-effer is likely serious about his political carp because teapublicans DO think that way. Just because a white woman who looks like a man who looks like a Silverback gorilla has an insane take on gay people, doesn't mean she can't have normal thoughts about other issues.

He's just looking at the bright side. If she was a democrat, he still like her....

Toj

“Where is Everyone?”

Since: Jul 12

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#96843 Mar 20, 2014
edogxxx wrote:
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And there's the problem. You stand on one issue and refuse to even look at anything else. And who's to say she's wrong? You scoff at her suggestion, but I scoff at blaming global warming. And many people use the bible as a tool to guide their conscious, so your statement doesn't make much sense
When I think a politian ne is nutso and completely off on an issue to the point I question their logical thinking, pretty much that's all that I need to see to know I wouldn't trust them with much else.

“reign in blood”

Since: May 09

Chicago, IL

#96844 Mar 20, 2014
teachable moment wrote:
Just because a white woman who looks like a man who looks like a Silverback gorilla ....
Ok, this was funny

Since: Aug 08

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#96845 Mar 20, 2014
edogxxx wrote:
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And yet you'd vote for someone who said "We must pass it in order to know what's in it," even though they were exempt from it?
No I wouldnít.
edogxxx wrote:
<quoted text>
You re-elect a man who told small business owners, who spent years of blood, sweat and tears into their business, that "You didn't build that?"
I didnít vote to reelect him.
edogxxx wrote:
<quoted text>
But you're gonna say a woman who said tornadoes are caused by gay is some right-wing nut-ball and you couldn't possibly vote for that person?? Without knowing anything else about what she may represent?
I think the ability to think critically is important. Is it possible that she represents some of the things Iíd like to see happen, sure, but the same could be said of any candidate.
edogxxx wrote:
<quoted text>
Just more hypocrisy we have come to expect from the left.
Thankfully liberals are a dying breed
Republicans are their own worst enemies at times, and this has nothing to do with the left Ö itís self-inflicted.

Down here, we had Duke energy pollute 70 miles of the Dan River with coal ash and a lot is coming out about how the Republicans have been complicit in allowing them to pollute. I donít understand why republicans are so anti-conservation and environment and why they would actively allow a private company to pollute.

Duke Energy has test wells on the perimeter of land that it uses to hold toxic waste. By monitoring these test wells, officials could determine if any pollution was leaching into the soil. The republicans re-wrote the law and allowed Duke energy to buy up neighboring properties to these sites and move the test wells further outward if any of the test wells started to indicate pollution. Why? Why not make them clean up their pollution and be responsible members of the community?

Conservation and environmentalism is conservatism to me. Being responsible for own actions, including causing environmental contamination, goes to the heart of what being a conservative is to me. While there are certain issues that are gray areas when it comes to how far to take things, certainly what has taken place down here is not a gray area.

Why is a private company allowed to keep a coal ash waste site, right next to a river too Ö a river Iíve taken my boys on and now I wouldnít let them come in contact with the water? How effing dumb can you be to think that is a good idea? Embarrassments like this happen far too often with the party. They shoot themselves in the foot all the time.

“The two baby belly, please!”

Since: Sep 09

Evanston IL

#96846 Mar 20, 2014
edogxxx wrote:
<quoted text>
And there's the problem. You stand on one issue and refuse to even look at anything else. And who's to say she's wrong? You scoff at her suggestion, but I scoff at blaming global warming. And many people use the bible as a tool to guide their conscious, so your statement doesn't make much sense
Oh, please. People on the other side do this all the time. The candidate is pro-choice, the right has no problem writing that candidate off on that fact alone.

Heard a story on NPR this morning about how the NRA is derailing the candidate for surgeon general because of *one* tweet about gun violence. Totally qualified, very smart and well-respected, would probably be awesome, but we will probably never know.

And my statement makes perfect sense. I did not say she would use the bible as a guide, I said she would use it as her basis, her foundation,her bedrock. My MIL uses at her guide too, and had come up with a completely different set of beliefs. And *that* is the problem; it is subject to many different interpretations and should not be used as a basis of our laws. You want to live like that? Be my guest, move to Iran or Saudi Arabia or the Taliban-controlled areas of Pakistan and Afghanistan.

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