I regret having to reinvent myself so often. What say you?<quoted text>
So now Jesus is in Hell
So how's that Diey, Savey thing working out for ya?
"Fox News Sunday" is heading to Louisville, Ky. Jack Conway, Kentucky's attorney general and the Democratic candidate for Senate , and Rand Paul, the Republican nominee and son of Representative Ron Paul, Republican of Texas, have agreed to a live debate on "Fox News Sunday" on Oct.3 at 9 a.m. (Eastern time).
Join the discussion below, or Read more at thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com.
#91023 Mar 30, 2013
#91025 Mar 30, 2013
LMAO!!! You better read your post again!!! Looks like you were drinking last night!!!
#91027 Mar 30, 2013
What is your excuse?
“for we are many”
Since: Dec 12
#91028 Mar 30, 2013
Hello old friend...
I see you got hooked on "the Game" lol.
I saw your sock on the boards (at least one), anyone who plays for a while creates socks, some because they learn from mistakes, others because they get banned.
#91029 Mar 30, 2013
Happy Easter weekend everyone, even repukes. Here is your PRESIDENT's wishes as well.
President Obama Sends Easter and Passover Message
President Obama dedicated his weekly address to the celebration of two religious holidays this week - Easter and Passover - and urged Americans to engage in prayer and reflection over the weekend.
"For millions of Americans, this is a special and sacred time of year," President Obama said. "This week, Jewish families gathered around the Seder table commemorating the Exodus from Egypt and the triumph of faith over oppression. And this weekend, Michelle, Malia, Sasha and I will join Christians around the world to celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus Christ and the hopeful promise of Easter.
This weekend, I hope we're all able to take a moment to pause and reflect, to embrace our loved ones, to give thanks for our blessings, to rededicate ourselves to interests larger than our own," he said. "And to all the Christian families who are celebrating the Resurrection, Michelle and I wish you a blessed and joyful Easter."
#91031 Mar 30, 2013
You are so right. If they could have proved it with all their money and resources (TRUMP) they would have prior to 2008. They will hang onto that birther crap until his term ends. Still won't change the fact that he is a TWO TERM PRESIDENT elected by the MAJORITY.
#91032 Mar 30, 2013
You are correct BlueWing. We have more than the world would ever believe in highly technical weapons. They know what is going on and they are prepared. North Korea is no threat to the U.S. Maybe South Korea, but it won't be for long. Deployments to Korea is up and we are prepared. Those gloom and doomers have to have something to keep them up at night. We have the BEST military in the world and they are NO threat to us.
#91033 Mar 30, 2013
Those repukes never learn. It's 2013. You got to watch what you say. Ethnic slurs are a no no. They just can't help themselves. Bunch of racists.
Republicans chide Young for his 'wetbacks' comment
(CNN)– With the GOP actively working to reshape its image, it didn't take long for top Republicans to blast one of their own, Rep. Don Young, for using the derogatory term "wetbacks" in describing migrant workers from Mexico.
The longtime congressman from Alaska attempted to explain why he used the ethnic slur, but he's nevertheless seeing little mercy from some of the biggest voices in the GOP.
In perhaps one of the most forceful reactions, House Speaker John Boehner called for the congressman, who's now serving his 21st term, to apologize.
"Congressman Young's remarks were offensive and beneath the dignity of the office he holds. I don't care why he said it – there's no excuse and it warrants an immediate apology," he said.
Young, Alaska's sole congressman, originally made the comment during a sit-down interview with Ketchikan Public Radio earlier this week. Talking about how technology is affecting the economy, he referenced an anecdote from his family's farm in California.
"My father had a ranch; we used to have 50-60 wetbacks to pick tomatoes," Young said. "It takes two people to pick the same tomatoes now. It's all done by machine."
Young issued a statement Thursday to a local television station in Anchorage, which didn't come as a full apology but sought to clarify his reasoning behind using the word.
"I used a term that was commonly used during my days growing up on a farm in Central California," he said. "I know that this term is not used in the same way nowadays and I meant no disrespect."
The word is widely considered an ethnic slur and generally refers to those from Mexico who come to the United States illegally by crossing the Rio Grande River. It was used by the government in the 1950s for "Operation Wetback," a massive crackdown on illegal immigration along the U.S.-Mexico border.
But on the heels of a new Republican push to expand its outreach to minorities, especially Latinos, Democrats were quick to point out the comment as damaging–and similar reactions from Republicans started rolling in, as well.
Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus said Young's words "emphatically" don't represent the party.
"Our party represents freedom and opportunity for every American and a beacon of hope to those seeking liberty throughout the world," he said in a statement. "Offensive language and ethnic slurs have no place in our public discourse."
#91034 Mar 30, 2013
Sen. John Cornyn of Texas, the number two Republican in the upper chamber, was also quick to seek distance from the comment. He blasted Young in a statement, saying migrant workers come to the country for work and opportunities, not to "hear ethnic slurs and derogatory language from elected officials."
"The comments used by Rep. Young do nothing to elevate our party, political discourse or the millions who come here looking for economic opportunity," he continued.
Sen. John McCain, one of the leading GOP voices on immigration reform, said on Twitter that Young's comments "were offensive and have no place in our Party or in our nation's discourse."
"He should apologize immediately," he added.
The party's tone on immigration became a focal point in the GOP's self-review following November's presidential election. One of the most talked-about issues was Mitt Romney's position in favor of "self-deportation," where undocumented immigrants would voluntarily leave, go home and get in the back of the line to re-apply for entry into the country.
In a report released earlier in March by the RNC, which showed the results of its months-long review after Election Day, the party described such language as harmful to the party's image and ability to connect with voters that generally fall outside of the GOP column.
"If Hispanic Americans perceive that a GOP nominee or candidate does not want them in the United States (i.e. self-deportation), they will not pay attention to our next sentence," the report stated. In one of its few policy recommendations, the report advised Republicans to "embrace and champion" comprehensive immigration reform.
And GOP Gov. Bobby Jindal of Louisiana focused on the impact of ill-fated comments earlier this year, when he said at the Republican National Committee winter meeting that the GOP has "to stop being the stupid party" and should start talking "like adults."
"It's no secret we've had a number of Republicans this year damage our brands with bizarre and offensive comments," he said. "I'm here to say we've had enough of that."
There Is Outrage - but Tea Party Hispanics Silent Over Racial Slur
No comment from the teabagger side.
#91035 Mar 30, 2013
He is as stupid as the other nutjob from Alaska..
I am Palin, hear me roar
(CNN)– She hasn't held elected office since 2009, and earlier this year ended her contributor gig at Fox News.
But Sarah Palin has a message for those who think she's out of the political game: think again.
Using the thunderous response she received earlier this month at a gathering of conservative activists, Palin declares her continued relevance in a new fundraising video distributed by her political group SarahPAC.
Clips of her speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference are spliced with analysis from cable television pundits, who use phrases like "superstar" and "plays by her own rules" to describe the former Alaska governor.
Palin's speech at CPAC took harsh aim at both President Barack Obama and establishment Republicans, who Palin characterized as cronies focused on electing moderate candidates. While she didn't specifically name Karl Rove, her criticism seemed like a less-than-veiled response to the former Bush adviser's new group, which is designed to help Republicans win primary contests.
"Don't let the big consultants, the big money men, and the big bad media scare you off," Palin is shown saying in her new video, adding later: "The next election is 20 months away. The last thing we need is Washington vetting our candidates."
The video goes on to tout Palin's own record endorsing candidates in the last election, using video of Sen. Ted Cruz's introduction of Palin at CPAC.
"She is fearless, she is principled, she can pick winners," Cruz is shown saying, before listing conservative candidates Palin backed through her political action group.
The video ends with Palin's signature bear growling toward the sky, with the words: "2014: We haven't yet begun to fight."
At the bottom of the page, viewers are asked to donate to help SarahPAC "elect more great conservatives."
former QUITTER Alaska governor.
she picks winners..hahaha
LET THE TEA PARTY/GRAND OLD PARTY BEAT DOWN BEGIN..
lmao @ the two party losers. Glad we only have ONE party and it is the MAJORITY.
I hope she runs again. lol
#91036 Mar 30, 2013
War does not determine who is right. It determines who is left.
#91037 Mar 30, 2013
Are you still pukin' there you poor youngun? You
demogaggers are in a state of shock because
your hopeful candidate of the fairer sex decided
not to face the impossible task of unseating
Good Ole Mitch, right? Okay keep on gagging
because we won't DITCH MITCH, instead we will
PITCH HIM another term if he so desires to serve
us again! Sorry Demogagger, the price of Emitrol
has just gone up since so many of you will
be needing it! Lol!
#91038 Mar 30, 2013
Latest savior of the GOP not interested in running for office
With his retirement as a neurosurgeon just 100 days away, Dr. Ben Carson talked about his future plans on CNBC’s The Kudlow Report last night, and said he probably isn’t interested in a political career.“People keep trying to put me into politics, and I really don’t want to do it,” he said.“I don’t believe in political correctness, and I certainly don’t believe in getting into bed with special-interest groups,” he explained, saying “I just don’t think I would fit.”
Smart man. He knows what the repukes are up to. So does the rest of the country.
#91039 Mar 30, 2013
Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa)
Blasts Obama Daughters For Going On Spring Break
Presidents have traditionally paid for the personal expenses of family vacations, while taxpayers fund security and staffing. In a column published Wednesday in Salon, Joan Walsh chided what she called the myopic Republican assault, saying the GOP is "[freaking] out over things that are either exactly the same or directly comparable to what every American president and his family have done."
George W. Bush is the most expensive ex-president
Like his daughters didn't do Spring Break. Give it a BREAK repukes. Don't look like the Obama's won't surpass Bush.
You repukes have a good time slandering the President and our great country. I have a funfilled day ahead and got to get started on it. I will check in later for some laughs from the lemming tools trolling the thread and trying to outwit a 13yr old.
#91040 Mar 30, 2013
Like his daughters didn't do Spring Break. Give it a BREAK repukes. Don't look like the Obama's won't surpass Bush.
Don't look like the Obama's WILL surpass Bush. But then, you repukes forget, nothing in life today gets cheaper, now does it?
#91042 Mar 30, 2013
Yeah, repukes make me want to puke everytime. Not a youngun either clueless. We are not in a state of shock, disappointed maybe, Ashley would have been great. They probably threatened to trash her sister and mother. Ashley's life is an open book (she wrote it exposing all her traumas, fears, mistakes, hopes and dreams). But attacking her family would make her bow out I am sure. Lowdown tactics of repukes as always.
You will PITCH him out come 2014. Either a Dem or a teabagger will be the new Senator from Kentucky. Count on it. He is HISTORY. Even the GOP hates him. He is sucking up to the jr grandrand though since he needs his support to fool teabaggers. He backed Greyson in 2010. Watch and see....
#91044 Mar 30, 2013
You are exactly right. But in reality that is how most GOP/Teabagging party think. They can't help themselves to let it slip from time to time. Cracks me up to watch them all jocky for a position on it, chastising him for what they themselves believe but try not to express. Any picture of a teabagging rally or GOP rally speaks volumes. Mostly old white people and their brainwashed kids. I always take notice when they show a crowd of them. They are phony and very transparent. That is why they lose elections and will continue to. They won't fool the MAJORITY.
I love how you rile them up. It is hilarious. Keep it up. I will be back later tonight to get a good laugh. Have fun with the idiots. Especially the demented A Loser. hahaha
#91045 Mar 30, 2013
HAHA, YOU got it. That is the bottom line. Racist idiots.
#91046 Mar 30, 2013
All the free stuff is being paid for by the middle class in higher taxes. Obama is making the middle class poor,so who will pay for the free stuff when the middle class has not got jobs and no taxes are coming in.
#91048 Mar 30, 2013
I'm just awesome that way. I can drink scotch then spit the truth.
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