Now

Clarkesville, GA

#26878 Oct 10, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>
Well, Anne Coultier can say anything he would like to say. That doesn't mean that you have to be stupid enough to take it as fact.
Well I got Oh my, the schizo, and a chickenbutt.
And then I've got Anne.
Which one is the most factual?
Hmmmmmm.
Not the 3 stooges.
Now

Clarkesville, GA

#26879 Oct 10, 2013
Synergy wrote:
<quoted text>
Your first sentence is a perfect description of YOU. You would argue until you drop dead. At least you didn't cut and paste THIS post. Obama is responsible for what is happening.
Have you signed up for Obamacare?

And now you know why he cuts and paste. Stoooooppiiidddd pops out in his own words.
ChicknButt

Decatur, GA

#26880 Oct 10, 2013
Synergy wrote:
<quoted text>
lol Anne Coulter would eat your lunch in 5 seconds. She has forgotten more than you will EVER know. You are hilarious.
Including the fact that he's a man.
ChicknButt

Decatur, GA

#26881 Oct 10, 2013
Synergy wrote:
<quoted text>
Obama is responsible for the shutdown. You know it. Wnat to talk about anti? The polls seem to be anti-Obama these days. 37%. lol
Bush: 22%

Could you even IMAGINE how bad it would look if Romney had made it into office?

Don't make it so easy.
ChicknButt

Decatur, GA

#26882 Oct 10, 2013
Now wrote:
<quoted text>
Well I got Oh my, the schizo, and a chickenbutt.
And then I've got Anne.
Which one is the most factual?
Hmmmmmm.
Not the 3 stooges.
Are you kidding? Anne Coulter did have a book written about him.

http://www.amazon.com/Brainless-The-Lies-Luna...
ChicknButt

Decatur, GA

#26883 Oct 10, 2013
Synergy wrote:
<quoted text>
Obama is responsible for the shutdown. You know it. Wnat to talk about anti? The polls seem to be anti-Obama these days. 37%. lol
Republicans - 28% LOL!

"Just 28 percent of Americans have a favorable impression of the Republican Party, down 10 percentage points from last month, according to a Gallup poll. The polling firm called it a "record low," noting that "this is the lowest favorable rating measured for either party since Gallup began asking this question in 1992."

Did you see that line? LOWEST RATING EVER RECORDED FOR ANYBODY IN THE HISTORY OF APPROVAL RATINGS>

Did you see that? LOL
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#26884 Oct 10, 2013
Synergy wrote:
<quoted text>
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
You are ONE to criticize someone else when ALL you do is cut and paste. Why don't you stop that and post in your owns words and include the link? I think I know why, but let's see if you'll start doing that.
Dear Dipsy Doodle,

If you don't like what and how I post I've got a very effective solution, ignore my postings. Yep, that's right, don't read them, skip on down the road right past them, ignore them.

Betcha can't do it.
guest

Pelham, TN

#26885 Oct 10, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>
Are you kidding? Anne Coulter did have a book written about him.
http://www.amazon.com/Brainless-The-Lies-Luna...
One thing is for sure, she/he has made a lot of money fleecing the poor fools who buy into her bull sh*t. She sells (literally) hate and paranoia and these fools lap it up like a dog lapping up horse sh*t.
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#26886 Oct 10, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
Republicans - 28% LOL!

"Just 28 percent of Americans have a favorable impression of the Republican Party, down 10 percentage points from last month, according to a Gallup poll. The polling firm called it a "record low," noting that "this is the lowest favorable rating measured for either party since Gallup began asking this question in 1992."
Did you see that line? LOWEST RATING EVER RECORDED FOR ANYBODY IN THE HISTORY OF APPROVAL RATINGS

Did you see that? LOL
THU OCT 10, 2013 AT 02:00 PM PDT
Inquiring minds want to know: Are Republicans 'insufficiently conservative' or just plain nuts?
http://www.dailykos.com/story/2013/10/10/1246...

Liberals share a conviction with conservative that our elected officials would be more popular if only they better represented our beliefs. The difference, however, is that we make our arguments on data based on public opinion. It's no surprise that the best election prognosticators last year were all liberals. Thus, when we say "Democrats need to stand firm on Social Security" or "Democrats shouldn't bomb Syria", we do so with an eye toward public opinion. When we urge our party to move toward us on ideology, we do so to move our party closer to the broader American mainstream.
Conservatives lobby for more conservative policies using nothing more than conviction and a self-certainty unsupported by reality. Indeed, they've created an entire alternate media universe designed to pretend that they have (non-existent) public support. Hence, everything from Fox News to the "unskewed polling" guy play a role: making conservatives feel good about themselves. Heck, they'll buy Ann Coulter's latest screed (remember when she was the most shocking thing in the GOP?) not because they plan on reading the book, but because having it on the NY Times Best Seller list creates the illusion of mass popularity.

Thus, within that culture, there's no conviction more deeply felt than the belief that Republicans lost the White House and Senate because they "weren't conservative enough". In their eyes, pretty much anyone not named "Ted Cruz" is a RINO (Republican in name only) who is subverting their party's chances with an electorate clamoring for draconian conservatism. They point to the House and say "see, Republicans won the House because it was conservative!", ignoring the fact that House Democratic candidates got over a million more votes than their Republican counterparts. They pretend gerrymandering didn't exist.

So after threatening revolt over the continuing budget resolution and debt limit, the GOP establishment finally conceded. In an act of self-immolation, House Speaker John Boehner and company said, "fuck it, have it your way". And their way it's been.

And what a disorganized mess of a disaster wrapped up in a calamity they've made of things. Already in tatters, the GOP conservatives now running the show have managed to utterly decimate the GOP brand. When the RNC talked about "rebranding" early this year (a lifetime ago, seemingly), we all assumed they wanted to broaden their appeal, not shrink their already rump base....
guest

United States

#26887 Oct 10, 2013
Oh my wrote:
<quoted text>
THU OCT 10, 2013 AT 02:00 PM PDT
Inquiring minds want to know: Are Republicans 'insufficiently conservative' or just plain nuts?
http://www.dailykos.com/story/2013/10/10/1246...
Liberals share a conviction with conservative that our elected officials would be more popular if only they better represented our beliefs. The difference, however, is that we make our arguments on data based on public opinion. It's no surprise that the best election prognosticators last year were all liberals. Thus, when we say "Democrats need to stand firm on Social Security" or "Democrats shouldn't bomb Syria", we do so with an eye toward public opinion. When we urge our party to move toward us on ideology, we do so to move our party closer to the broader American mainstream.
Conservatives lobby for more conservative policies using nothing more than conviction and a self-certainty unsupported by reality. Indeed, they've created an entire alternate media universe designed to pretend that they have (non-existent) public support. Hence, everything from Fox News to the "unskewed polling" guy play a role: making conservatives feel good about themselves. Heck, they'll buy Ann Coulter's latest screed (remember when she was the most shocking thing in the GOP?) not because they plan on reading the book, but because having it on the NY Times Best Seller list creates the illusion of mass popularity.
Thus, within that culture, there's no conviction more deeply felt than the belief that Republicans lost the White House and Senate because they "weren't conservative enough". In their eyes, pretty much anyone not named "Ted Cruz" is a RINO (Republican in name only) who is subverting their party's chances with an electorate clamoring for draconian conservatism. They point to the House and say "see, Republicans won the House because it was conservative!", ignoring the fact that House Democratic candidates got over a million more votes than their Republican counterparts. They pretend gerrymandering didn't exist.
So after threatening revolt over the continuing budget resolution and debt limit, the GOP establishment finally conceded. In an act of self-immolation, House Speaker John Boehner and company said, "fuck it, have it your way". And their way it's been.
And what a disorganized mess of a disaster wrapped up in a calamity they've made of things. Already in tatters, the GOP conservatives now running the show have managed to utterly decimate the GOP brand. When the RNC talked about "rebranding" early this year (a lifetime ago, seemingly), we all assumed they wanted to broaden their appeal, not shrink their already rump base....
Good article. It's just like their predictions of a Romney "landslide" a year ago. They bounce it around in their echo chamber like sticking they're heads inside of a giant bell. They are nothing but a disgruntled small minority of fanatics who has convinced themselves that the louder they scream the more right they are. It is evidenced in the microcosm that is this forum when the same 'green squares' post nonsense ad infinitum as if the sheer number of posts is enough to prove their self righteous convictions. They obviously have tuned completely out of the reality that swirls around them. It's sad, really, to watch their pinched zealotry drive them further insane.

Go Ted Cruz........LOL what a complete jack ass.

Since: Jan 10

Location hidden

#26889 Oct 10, 2013
Synergy wrote:
<quoted text>
lol Anne Coulter would eat your lunch in 5 seconds. She has forgotten more than you will EVER know. You are hilarious.
I"m thinking the vast majority of people have forgotten more than the poster you're referencing knows, not just Anne Coulter..;
Informed Opinion

Cape Coral, FL

#26890 Oct 10, 2013
Oh my wrote:
<quoted text>THU OCT 10, 2013 AT 02:00 PM PDT
Inquiring minds want to know: Are Republicans 'insufficiently conservative' or just plain nuts?
http://www.dailykos.com/story/2013/10/10/1246...

Liberals share a conviction with conservative that our elected officials would be more popular if only they better represented our beliefs. The difference, however, is that we make our arguments on data based on public opinion. It's no surprise that the best election prognosticators last year were all liberals. Thus, when we say "Democrats need to stand firm on Social Security" or "Democrats shouldn't bomb Syria", we do so with an eye toward public opinion. When we urge our party to move toward us on ideology, we do so to move our party closer to the broader American mainstream.
Conservatives lobby for more conservative policies using nothing more than conviction and a self-certainty unsupported by reality. Indeed, they've created an entire alternate media universe designed to pretend that they have (non-existent) public support. Hence, everything from Fox News to the "unskewed polling" guy play a role: making conservatives feel good about themselves. Heck, they'll buy Ann Coulter's latest screed (remember when she was the most shocking thing in the GOP?) not because they plan on reading the book, but because having it on the NY Times Best Seller list creates the illusion of mass popularity.

Thus, within that culture, there's no conviction more deeply felt than the belief that Republicans lost the White House and Senate because they "weren't conservative enough". In their eyes, pretty much anyone not named "Ted Cruz" is a RINO (Republican in name only) who is subverting their party's chances with an electorate clamoring for draconian conservatism. They point to the House and say "see, Republicans won the House because it was conservative!", ignoring the fact that House Democratic candidates got over a million more votes than their Republican counterparts. They pretend gerrymandering didn't exist.

So after threatening revolt over the continuing budget resolution and debt limit, the GOP establishment finally conceded. In an act of self-immolation, House Speaker John Boehner and company said, "fuck it, have it your way". And their way it's been.

And what a disorganized mess of a disaster wrapped up in a calamity they've made of things. Already in tatters, the GOP conservatives now running the show have managed to utterly decimate the GOP brand. When the RNC talked about "rebranding" early this year (a lifetime ago, seemingly), we all assumed they wanted to broaden their appeal, not shrink their already rump base....
Great post.
Informed Opinion

Cape Coral, FL

#26891 Oct 10, 2013
Synergy wrote:
<quoted text>More cut and paste.
And of course that makes it untrue.

Here's another one those sharp "cut and pasters" put over on us :

"Gravity exists everywhere in the universe. Even thousands of light years out, the effects of Earth's gravity are still felt, only in tiny, immeasureable amounts."

Damn... Cut and pasted - so in Right Wing Wacko World we know Gravity doesn't exist.

What a bunch of loons.

Informed Opinion

Cape Coral, FL

#26892 Oct 10, 2013
Oh my wrote:
<quoted text>Dear Dipsy Doodle,

If you don't like what and how I post I've got a very effective solution, ignore my postings. Yep, that's right, don't read them, skip on down the road right past them, ignore them.

Betcha can't do it.
Facts here on Earth that Right Wing Wackos don't like, can be ignored if "cut and pasted", printed in the wrong font, or printed on the wrong color paper.

Hey... There has to be some excuse to ignore reality.
guest

United States

#26893 Oct 10, 2013
"Christian delusions are driving the GOP insane
Why aren't Republicans more frightened of a shutdown and a default? Part of the reason is magical thinking - BY AMANDA MARCOTTE"
http://www.salon.com/2013/10/10/christian_del...

Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#26894 Oct 10, 2013
guest wrote:
<quoted text>
Hey mister semantics.
Do you think that President Obama is the legitimate president?
Do you think that he hates America.
Do you think that his goal is to destroy America.
I have given my views on these subjects many times and I see that my opinion doesn't matter. Now I am wondering why you would ask those questions?

Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#26895 Oct 10, 2013
Oh my wrote:
<quoted text>
Well, take it up with the Republican Tea Party, this is exactly what they wanted, they planned on it.
What a cop out. You surely can come up with something better than that. I guess this administration has put you Socialist Democrats in a terrible position trying to cover for them. It must be like trying to cover up the stink in your bathroom with a deodorizer. No matter what it really does not work.

Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#26896 Oct 10, 2013
Synergy wrote:
<quoted text>
You are ONE to criticize someone else when ALL you do is cut and paste. Why don't you stop that and post in your owns words and include the link? I think I know why, but let's see if you'll start doing that.
Hummm, I never thought of that.

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#26897 Oct 10, 2013
Oh my wrote:
<quoted text>
Everyone knows that it's simply impossible for you to accept a rational explanation, the Republican Tea Party knew exactly what was going to be shutdown, they wanted it, they cheered it when it happened, now they feign outrage.
No surprises here.
As usual. You just make it up as you go. Well, on the rare occasion that you don't cut and paste.

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#26898 Oct 10, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>
Including the fact that he's a man.
Geeeee. That's really.......stupid.

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