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'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

There are 262604 comments on the thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com story from Oct 1, 2010, titled 'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate. In it, thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com reports that:

"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).

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RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#118029 Aug 21, 2013
Uncle Tab wrote:
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Divert much??
Why did ZERO GOP'rs vote for the GOP jobs plan?
And the source I used is from a GOP site??
So you stoop to name calling??
Isn't that the the excuse you always give here about democrats?
It's fun making you look stupid.
None of research any of the crap you post. You just gooble up misinformation because its easy to fool a fool.
Politically illiterate.
Hey Uncle Tab, I think they took their politically illiterate asses back to their slam the President site where the loon must be, that is if she isn't sleeping it off getting geared up for tonight. hahaha

Watching the shooting coverage in Atlanta on Nightly News. So sad. What a miracle there was no one hurt. The were talking to some parents of those killed in Sandy Hook.

OMG those idiots in Syria attacked those children with chemicals. What a crazy bunch of animals in that country. All they want is to be free and have a democracy.

I have a special article for you to read, reminds me so much of that loon and the ignorant repukes that do the same, like the house weeper. It is dead on. Long but worth the read.

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Uncle Tab

United States

#118030 Aug 21, 2013
Aristocles son of Ariston wrote:
<quoted text>
He is fluent in "Ignoranimous"!
"Ignoranimous" is the official language of the Dimocrat party.
:b
http://www.gop.gov/votes/113/1/303

How much of an 'ignoranimous' are republicans for ALL of them voting NO on their own Jobs Bill?

:-D

I like throwing these things in your face.'
RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#118031 Aug 21, 2013
SHOCKING! DID YOU READ this HEADLINE? Good, Now Please Read the Story

An alarming trend I’ve noticed in this “business” of political commentary has been the habit by far too many individuals who choose to read headlines, then form their entire opinion on an issue based on those headlines rather than reading and understanding the full story.

I recently wrote an article where I purposely tried to create this phenomenon. In this article I created a headline which seemed like something that would trigger a response, wrote 1-2 paragraphs of a fake story, then went on to explain that the story was fake and why it’s important that people read articles instead of simply reading headlines.

My prediction was that about 30-40% of the Facebook responses would come from people who hadn’t read the article.

Well—I was wrong. It was actually more like 80-85% of the comments I saw on Facebook were made by people who never bothered to read it, instead choosing to react to the headline itself.

So at that moment all of those individuals who decided to just read the headline had formed a “fact” off a headline which was completely made up.

Then even more recently I wrote a partial satire piece poking holes in the flawed logic felt by many that President Obama is no different then President Bush because he supports a handful of the same policies. The title of this article was Poll: Many Americans Believe President Obama is No Different Than a Killer Whale.

Yet, even with that ridiculous headline, I would estimate about half of the comments I saw on Facebook were people who thought this poll was real. One would think with a headline that absurd, if someone was going to comment, they would at least have taken the time to read the article to find out what the heck was actually going on.
Unfortunately, that wasn’t the case. Had they taken 30 seconds they would have realized the headline was completely fake and saw the real point of the article.

And there is always a point to what I post. In this case, it’s exposing just how easily manipulated people can be, and hopefully encouraging you to question and look into everything before choosing to form an opinion on it. Because this is how the domino falls and leads to falsities being spread so easily as truth — once you choose to take a snapshot of “facts” based only on headlines and then use those “facts” to share your opinions with others, then those blatant falsehoods become harder and harder to stop and correct.

It’s truly an alarming trend. An entire population of people that politicians and political groups know will only read headlines, creating “facts” based on those cleverly written headlines. The article (or television ad) might be pure garbage, loaded with biased lies and misinformation, yet millions of people are shaping their entire political ideology based on a handful of “SHOCKING” or controversial words that are specifically designed to manipulate people.
We talk often in this country about how bad the media has gotten, how bad our politicians are and how corrupt our government is–well, those arguments are valid.

But let’s look at facts:

Our media is driven by dollars which are generated by what we click and read.
Our politicians are elected by us.
Our government is controlled by the politicians we’ve elected.

If we demanded better information from our media, they would provide it. If we voted for better politicians we’d have better individuals representing us. And if we had better politicians running our government it would be far less corrupt.

Continued:

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RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#118032 Aug 21, 2013
continued

All of this starts with having a more informed public. But that stands absolutely no chance at happening when millions of Americans continue basing their entire set of “factual ideological beliefs” on skillfully crafted headlines which are often highly misleading or completely inaccurate.
So when I see stories about a man exposing himself on a subway getting tens of thousands of views, while a well researched article on climate change gets less than 2,000—it’s ironic when I see many of those who clicked on the subway article (but not the climate change piece) complaining about our country “going down the wrong path.”

That is the wrong path.
And while we all give into “guilty pleasures” from time to time (and there’s nothing wrong with that) we cannot sit there and continue to allow ourselves to have our entire system of beliefs built off only headlines.

Because trust me, the big wealthy corporate players trying to corrupt our government and manipulate policies to favor them know these trends and know what works. In fact, they’re counting on you developing your beliefs in the laziest ways possible. Create the “SHOCKING” or misleading headline, count on the readers never bothering to actually read the article or research the information to see if it’s credible, and boom–whatever “fact” they want people to believe suddenly becomes reality for millions.

Which is how “death panels” falsely became part of the Affordable Care Act,“birthers” got traction and millions of people still believe the U.N. is trying to pass a treaty which would force Americans to give up their guns.

We must stop allowing ourselves to be deceived by those who are counting on deception to get something they want.

Because at the end of the day, the media is going to give us exactly what we watch, share, click or listen to. The question is, what’s that going to be? Millions of Americans assuming “facts” based off a “SHOCKING” headline or citizens actually making the effort to try and be better informed?
That decision is going to be up to all of us.

http://www.forwardprogressives.com/shocking-d...

Love the first comment by srsmith:

Back in the early 70's a High School teacher taught me this lesson. He handed out a test to the class and told us we have 30 minutes to complete it and we could leave whenever we finished. He also added for us to read the instructions first. When I read the instructions they said to read through the entire test before answering the questions. This was the only instructions. Because everyone wanted to leave early they just started taking the test as fast as they could. I, knowing that someone is always trying to catch me, read the entire test. When I finished I took the test and gave it to the teacher and left. This was about 4 minutes after the test was handed out. One more person left right after I did. No one else got up and they couldn't believe we were done. You see the last question on the test said " If you followed the instructions and read the entire test before taking you can sign the bottom of this paper and leave early without answering any of the other questions." So I learned to read through anything entirely because you never know what coming at the end.

Sounds just like the loon, the house weeper, and most republiCONS. eh? hahahaha

Bunch of illiterate losers.

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OZombies

United States

#118033 Aug 21, 2013
Sunny wrote:
<quoted text>I understand ever thing you say OZ so don't let Joker try to intimidate ya he's just a Butthead from N.Y.
You can go to The president has failed us site it's a lot more fun there.
I can tell you Sunny, no one can intimidate me or push me around. I'm very strong. I fight and I push back as much. I can be very polite and nice to those nice to me.

I been maybe couple of times on that site but not enough time for another forum. No patience for ignorance either!

Have fun...Sunny...!!
:-)))!!
<3 !!!!!
RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#118034 Aug 21, 2013
Love this one, like I said if you aren't doing anything to get red flagged you don't have anything to worry about. I am happy we have the NSA.

Calm Down, The NSA Is Trying To Protect You

Glen Greenwald, the journalist who published the NSA documents leaked by Edward Snowden, recently announced that he intends to publish more of the tens of thousands of documents Snowden gave him and that the information will tell us even more terrible things about the United States government.

This is just downright terrifying, considering the deep, dark secrets about the National Security Agency Greenwald already exposed us to not too long ago when we were informed that the government searches through our phone calls, emails and search engine activity to see if we’re plotting a violent attack on innocent people.

This invasion of privacy is not only immoral but also illegal, and it’s very important for the government to follow the law. The White House has always faced a fair trial every time it kills someone and is even subject to having its credit cards taken away whenever it doesn’t pay its bills on time.

Alright, no more playing around. If you haven’t already figured it out, the last two paragraphs were entirely sarcastic as was my labeling of the leaked NSA documents as “deep, dark” and “terrifying.”

I honestly don’t understand why the information Edward Snowden “leaked”(information the intelligent portion of this country already knew about) is such a big deal. There are a sh*tload of wannabe terrorists living in the U.S. and we have repeatedly proven that they like to talk to each other and to obtain information via email, Facebook, and even (gasp) on the phone.

That’s why the NSA exists: to find these potential threats using personal information that they can access simply by contacting a certain phone or tech company.

Those who were most alarmed at the news of the surveillance programs must not be aware of the idea of servers, the existence of gigantic databases that contain records of our phone calls and Internet activity. The very fact that this database exists should come with the assumption that it was created for a select amount of powerful authority figures to delve into it should they find it necessary to do so.

Sometimes, bad people don’t have distinguishing bank statements, criminal records or connections to past offenders. What they do tend to have, at least these days, is a habit of posting threatening rhetoric on social networking sites and making frequent visits to online bomb-making centers.

If you’ve got nothing to hide, you get passed over. And when I say nothing to hide, I mean nothing having to do with terrorism or murder some other atrocious crime like child porn.

If you’ve got text messages about buying or selling weed, you get passed over. The federal government is not going to waste time and energy on people it doesn’t think are seriously dangerous to society.

If you’re Tamerlan Tsarnaev and you repeatedly praise terrorism on YouTube, however, you just might fit the criterion for investigation.

Aside from violating privacy (which you of course are so careful about by even having a Facebook account), the most seemingly-justified cause for outrage over Snowden’s documents comes from the fact that there isn’t a law that says that the government can go through our personal information and that if the government can look at phone records, who knows what kind of Orwellian stuff they’ll do next. They could be looking at you through your computer’s camera right now.

Continued:

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Uncle Tab

United States

#118037 Aug 21, 2013
Sunny wrote:
<quoted text>I understand ever thing you say OZ so don't let Joker try to intimidate ya he's just a Butthead from N.Y.
You can go to The president has failed us site it's a lot more fun there.
You're pretty desperate for ppl to go to that thread.

LMAO

Is it dead I guess because of the deception?

Post the link here. Whoever wants to go there will.

You're kind of like the lonely kid who wants to be 'in' with a crowd.

LMAO sad.

This is only the Internet.
RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#118038 Aug 21, 2013
OZombies wrote:
<quoted text>
I can tell you Sunny, no one can intimidate me or push me around. I'm very strong. I fight and I push back as much. I can be very polite and nice to those nice to me.
I been maybe couple of times on that site but not enough time for another forum. No patience for ignorance either!
Have fun...Sunny...!!
:-)))!!
<3 !!!!!
hahaha, YOU talking to yourself there sunny sue chemtrail? Laughing at all your names/locations switches. PRICELESS

Play your games. We are on to you all.

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH

“ Trumpanzees...”

Since: Apr 13

..a basket of deplorables

#118040 Aug 21, 2013
hope "Higher than AG" didn't hear that...lol
RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#118041 Aug 21, 2013
Uncle Tab wrote:
<quoted text>
http://www.gop.gov/votes/113/1/303
How much of an 'ignoranimous' are republicans for ALL of them voting NO on their own Jobs Bill?
:-D
I like throwing these things in your face.'
uh, about as ignorant as McCONnell filibustering his own filibuster. hahahahaha Dumbasses

Debt ceiling debate twist: Sen. Mitch McConnell filibusters himself

Yes, another debt-ceiling debate is looming, and the Senate's attempt to deal with the issue Thursday involved complex legislative machinations that appeared to backfire on Mitch McConnell.

http://www.csmonitor.com/USA/DC-Decoder/Decod...

hahaha, they are such idiots and wonder why they can't win elections. PRICELESS

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH
Uncle Tab

United States

#118042 Aug 21, 2013
RepubliCONS wrote:
<quoted text>
Hey Uncle Tab, I think they took their politically illiterate asses back to their slam the President site where the loon must be, that is if she isn't sleeping it off getting geared up for tonight. hahaha
Watching the shooting coverage in Atlanta on Nightly News. So sad. What a miracle there was no one hurt. The were talking to some parents of those killed in Sandy Hook.
OMG those idiots in Syria attacked those children with chemicals. What a crazy bunch of animals in that country. All they want is to be free and have a democracy.
I have a special article for you to read, reminds me so much of that loon and the ignorant repukes that do the same, like the house weeper. It is dead on. Long but worth the read.
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WB!

The shooter in GA probes mental inquiries are a MUST for ALL gun owners. No matter what political party (like that's an issue, we know who the nuts with guns are) and we were very lucky no more kids were killed by these gun nuts.

And speaking of children.... Again..... Crazy ppl killing children. And then denying it. They tried to jump out and say they didn't use chemical weapons. Sad bunch of idiots.

And poor lonely sunny is trying awfully hard for ppl to gontonthat board. Must not be too impressive ..... Sunny spends a lot of time here.

:-D it's the simple things.
RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#118043 Aug 21, 2013
You will love this one Uncle Tab, it speaks volumes of the ignorant repukes we school on the facts here. They can deny all they want to, but they are just as ignorant as this guy.

A Must-See Example of Republican Voting Ignorance

It goes without saying I have a lot of debates with Republicans. It’s just the nature of this business. But I try to avoid political debates with family, friends or even acquaintances. Well, last night I broke that rule.
While I was online doing some research, a casual acquaintance who I’ve talked to a few times messaged me. It started civil, until they began pressing me on politics. I tried to divert the subject but they insisted.
What followed? Well—I’ll just let you read it for yourself:
*I took out their name and edited any information that might be of a personal nature. Other than that, the conversation is unedited.
Me: I take it you’re a Republican
Republican: Very much
Me: Well yeah. You’re out in the country. Rural = Republican.
Republican: No, these idiots don’t vote correctly out here….I’m not for the poor….I had to work to get where I’m at and don’t get any help from the govt.
Me: You’re not for the poor? So you think everyone can do the exact same things you did because you did them? And trust me, you get a lot of help from the government.
Republican: I didn’t want to sit in my ass and do nothing and expect to get money….I have a disability but you don’t see me trying to take advantage
Me: Okay. So what about someone with a disability that simply can’t do what you do and must rely on the government, are they a lazy freeloader? Or what if your disability eventually renders you unable to work?
Republican: As long as they have made some effort in life. I have family that will take care if me.
Me: Oh, and I hate to break it to you, there are millions of Republicans who rely on welfare and government assistance. So being a Republican has nothing to do with “not accepting help from the government.” Family can take care of you all they want, but you still rely on the government every single day.
Republican: I’m my own person and don’t really care what others think….Ann Romney is in the same boat I’m in.
Me: I really doubt that. Unless you’re worth hundreds of millions of dollars.
Republican: We have the same disease
Me: Ok? So, your perspective in life is judge everyone who might not do what you do because you overcome something.
Republican: Yep
Me: Question, where did you go to school?
Republican: Which school?
Me: College
Republican: Tarleton State, TVCC and TJC
Me: Congrats, you went to all state schools with tuition that’s subsidized by the government. Subsidies which are paid for with tax dollars.
Republican: And i was told I can’t get anymore loans and I make too much for grants to finish and has to pay cash for some of the school
Me: Did you get grants before?
Republican: Nope
Me: Did you get Stafford loans?
Republican: Nope
Me: So then who’s saying you can’t get anymore loans?
Republican: Sallie Mae
Me: Umm…those are federal subsidized loans and yes they do have caps.
Republican: Hey, wouldn’t they want more money from me?
Me: So you went to public schools with subsidized tuition and used federal subsidized loans. So I hate to break it to you, but that’s getting help from the government.
Me: Well the program itself has caps otherwise people could in theory continually get loans to stay in school and never pay the loans back.

CONtinued:

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH
RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#118044 Aug 21, 2013
Republican: I would to not pay my loans, but I do have a little voice that tells me to do the right thing …..this is why I hate discussing crap….you’re not going to change my mind and I’m glad you’re book smart.
Me: But you’re basing a belief on hypocrisy. Which is my point. You say you don’t rely on the government and did it all on your own—except you didn’t. Your tuition that you were billed was cheaper thanks to government subsidies for state institutions of higher learning and you used government loans to help pay for it. That’s the definition of getting help from the government.
Republican: Ok I will tear up my degree and throw it away, stop doing my injections and live in my truck so I can say I’m not getting help.
Me: Well, it would make you less of a hypocrite than calling others who get different forms of government assistance freeloaders and lazy then judging them for doing so. I’m not begrudging your degree or how you got it, you’re actually doing that.
Republican: I’m just a fortunate person that has a hard working ethic.
Me: So are a lot of people who just have bad luck in life and need help. Those you judge. I know people who work 40 hours a week and still need government help, are they lazy?
Republican: I have bad luck too….
Me: To some, not as bad as theirs
Republican: I’m paying on bills from being in ICU last year, I don’t have health insurance, yet i work in the the healthcare industry.
Me: Then you should love the Affordable Care Act.
Republican: Umm no!
Me: Oh, you don’t love a law which will make health insurance affordable for people who can’t afford it? Requires women not be given higher premiums because of their gender and allows people with pre-existing conditions to get coverage?
Republican: It has been affordable..
Me: Actually, you might not like it. Rick Perry has done all he can in Texas to sabotage the law, so premiums here might actually be going up. If he had allowed for state exchanges which would create competition and drive down costs, then you would benefit. But ether way based on your income whatever health insurance you do purchase will qualify you for tax breaks.
Me: Well if it’s affordable, why don’t you have health insurance?
Republican: My company doesn’t offer it at all and I have all the help from the drug companies….
Me: See, there is where Republicans are screwing people like you. In states that want the bill to work, they’re opening state exchanges where you could purchase health insurance privately at a subsidized costs—much like your college degree and student loans. Except, Rick Perry has fought against those so as of now Texas won’t have those and you’re still stuck without health insurance.
Republican: That’s your opinion…don’t throw me in the whole mix.
Me: That’s not an opinion, that’s a fact. You don’t have health insurance because your job doesn’t offer it. If Perry had allowed Obamacare to work, Texas would create state exchanges which would provide people such as yourself access to affordable health care. He did not, and people like you now will have to pay MUCH more for health insurance. Though you’ll still receive tax breaks. So that’s not an “opinion” that’s a fact.
Republican: I’m one of those that will deal with it….I love my residents too much to go find another position.

CONtinued:

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH
Uncle Tab

United States

#118045 Aug 21, 2013
RepubliCONS wrote:
continued
All of this starts with having a more informed public. But that stands absolutely no chance at happening when millions of Americans continue basing their entire set of “factual ideological beliefs” on skillfully crafted headlines which are often highly misleading or completely inaccurate.
So when I see stories about a man exposing himself on a subway getting tens of thousands of views, while a well researched article on climate change gets less than 2,000—it’s ironic when I see many of those who clicked on the subway article (but not the climate change piece) complaining about our country “going down the wrong path.”
That is the wrong path.
And while we all give into “guilty pleasures” from time to time (and there’s nothing wrong with that) we cannot sit there and continue to allow ourselves to have our entire system of beliefs built off only headlines.
Because trust me, the big wealthy corporate players trying to corrupt our government and manipulate policies to favor them know these trends and know what works. In fact, they’re counting on you developing your beliefs in the laziest ways possible. Create the “SHOCKING” or misleading headline, count on the readers never bothering to actually read the article or research the information to see if it’s credible, and boom–whatever “fact” they want people to believe suddenly becomes reality for millions.
Which is how “death panels” falsely became part of the Affordable Care Act,“birthers” got traction and millions of people still believe the U.N. is trying to pass a treaty which would force Americans to give up their guns.
We must stop allowing ourselves to be deceived by those who are counting on deception to get something they want.
Because at the end of the day, the media is going to give us exactly what we watch, share, click or listen to. The question is, what’s that going to be? Millions of Americans assuming “facts” based off a “SHOCKING” headline or citizens actually making the effort to try and be better informed?
That decision is going to be up to all of us.
http://www.forwardprogressives.com/shocking-d...
Love the first comment by srsmith:
Back in the early 70's a High School teacher taught me this lesson. He handed out a test to the class and told us we have 30 minutes to complete it and we could leave whenever we finished. He also added for us to read the instructions first. When I read the instructions they said to read through the entire test before answering the questions. This was the only instructions. Because everyone wanted to leave early they just started taking the test as fast as they could. I, knowing that someone is always trying to catch me, read the entire test. When I finished I took the test and gave it to the teacher and left. This was about 4 minutes after the test was handed out. One more person left right after I did. No one else got up and they couldn't believe we were done. You see the last question on the test said " If you followed the instructions and read the entire test before taking you can sign the bottom of this paper and leave early without answering any of the other questions." So I learned to read through anything entirely because you never know what coming at the end.
Sounds just like the loon, the house weeper, and most republiCONS. eh? hahahaha
Bunch of illiterate losers.
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Isn't that amazing?? We've pointed out crackhead posting things and not even reading them, I just caught son of stupid doing the same thing with the nonexsistant republican jobs bill.

They do NO research and just go off of headlines. It's nuts.

Death panel and UN Gun grabs are perfect examples as well. How many times have we seen the low IQrs here bring up those subjects?

Amazing. Great post
RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#118046 Aug 21, 2013
Me: So you’ll continue to support a party which is screwing you over, costing you thousands. Makes perfect sense.
Republican: The only thing I don’t like about the Republican party is the abortion issue…I’m all for it.
Me: You should dislike the fact that you don’t have health insurance because they’re sabotaging the health care law.
Republican: I know, but I can make it on my own and not really worried about it
Me: That doesn’t make any sense. You support a party that makes your life harder.
Republican: I don’t want to be disowned…..
Me: Ah, there’s those good “Christian” Republican morals. Disowning a child if they happened to not be a Republican? That’s insane.
Republican: I’m very loyal….you don’t even know me and make a lot of assumptions.
Me: You should be loyal to friends, family—not political ideology.
Republican: All of the above….that’s how I was raised.
Me: Who gives a damn? Political ideology shouldn’t be set in stone.
Republican: I do.
Me: THAT is the problem. If your political beliefs are a system set up by “that’s how I was raised” you’ve turned your political ideological beliefs into a faith-like cult.
Republican: Why can’t you let me be…I didn’t want this stupid argument anyways….if I wanted to be lectured, I would be in class.
Me: That’s funny. I talked about brainwashed people who have a political ideology based on facts not myths. And you’re one of those. You support a party which screws you over. You judge people for getting help when YOU got help. You don’t have health insurance because of the party YOU support—but you don’t want to talk about those FACTS because you were “raised this way.” That’s a problem.
Republican: Believe what you want.
Me: These aren’t opinions.
Republican: I see it that way….I need more ammo for my guns!!!!!
Me: That’s the problem. You think facts are opinions. They’re not. Reality doesn’t become “a matter of opinion” simply because you don’t want to agree with it.
Republican: Where are you getting them from….probably the Internet
Me: It’s called reading, research, science, education, math, logic. Where are you getting yours?”Because that’s how I was raised?”
Republican: Not true science….I really don’t give a fuck
Me: Wow, you’re an absolute idiot. But thank you for giving me yet another great example of just how sheep-like and brainwashed Republicans are. It’s conversations like these, where I encounter someone devoid of reality or facts, that make me feel better about my own beliefs. Enjoy trying to get more government loans to help you go to a government subsidized schools. Oh and enjoy those public roads and traffic signals paid for by the government. Oh and that safe food and water that’s required to be so because of government regulations. But yes, you don’t need the government. You did it “all on your own.”
Republican: Get a life.
Me: I have a life. One where I don’t vote for people who screw me over. But enjoy voting for people who make your life harder. That’s really smart thinking. Oh, and by the way, you’re welcome. My tax dollars helped you pay for your degree
Republican: Welcome to Texas where you never will succeed as a dumbocrat.
Me: That’s funny. Enjoy living a difficult life encountering endless struggles without health care because, living in Texas, Republicans will continue to deny you access to affordable health insurance.

And it pretty much wrapped up there.
No, there’s not a clever ending to this article. That back and forth said more than enough.
http://www.forwardprogressives.com/a-must-see...

Me: That’s the problem. You think facts are opinions. They’re not. Reality doesn’t become “a matter of opinion” simply because you don’t want to agree with it.
Republican: Where are you getting them from….probably the Internet
Me: It’s called reading, research, science, education, math, logic. Where are you getting yours?”Because that’s how I was raised?”

About right eh?

RIP GOP

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OZombies

United States

#118047 Aug 21, 2013
RepubliCONS wrote:
<quoted text>
hahaha, YOU talking to yourself there sunny sue chemtrail? Laughing at all your names/locations switches. PRICELESS
Play your games. We are on to you all.
RIP GOP
DITCH MITCH
No I'm not Sunny and no I don't go to the other thread. You're lost RoboCON...you are worthless and talking to you is waste of time...I only switched location and name the other day to prove my point. Are you that paranoid, obnoxious for sure. Go chase your tail.
RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#118048 Aug 21, 2013
Calvin_Coolish wrote:
hope "Higher than AG" didn't hear that...lol
HAHA, Hi Calvin. That was a good one. Hope you are well today. Glad you dropped in.

ANNOUNCEMENT: Repukes here are partying in the US Politics topix site bashing the President. They have invited us to come over so we can see them be ignorant there. We passed. We can watch them here right. [email protected] sue chemtrail and the circus socks.

RIP GOP

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Uncle Tab

United States

#118049 Aug 21, 2013
Calvin_Coolish wrote:
hope "Higher than AG" didn't hear that...lol
16% of the people above the AG saw it

:-D
RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#118051 Aug 21, 2013
OZombies wrote:
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No I'm not Sunny and no I don't go to the other thread. You're lost RoboCON...you are worthless and talking to you is waste of time...I only switched location and name the other day to prove my point. Are you that paranoid, obnoxious for sure. Go chase your tail.
LIE all you want to sunny sue chemtrail. We all read your demonstration that you can spin your name and location like arisock, just not as good.

No, not lost and you people are ROBO CONS. Quit responding to my comments if they chap your ass so bad. Won't hurt my feelings. You have nothing to say anymore than those worthless clowns you work with. Seems like you are the ones being paranoid and always, always, obnoxious. I think Calvin made you the queen female dog here so go lick your ass and f-k off. Are we good now? hahaha

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH
RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#118052 Aug 21, 2013
EMILY's List backs McConnell rival in Kentucky race

Alison Lundergan Grimes, a Democrat hoping to knock off Senate GOP Leader Mitch McConnell, officially received the endorsement Wednesday of EMILY's List.

It was probably a foregone conclusion that EMILY's List, the group that helps elect Democratic women to office, would back Grimes, Kentucky's secretary of State and the only woman who holds a statewide office. She is considered the candidate with the best shot against McConnell, a top Republican target for defeat in 2014.

Polls show the race is close, and EMILY's List could provide Grimes with crucial funding and grass-roots support. Last year, 80% of the candidates endorsed by the organization went on to win their races. Grimes joins Sen. Kay Hagan, D-N.C., and Rep. Colleen Hanabusa, D-Hawaii, with the organization's endorsement for their Senate races.

"Alison Lundergan Grimes is an energetic rising star, and her candidacy gives Kentuckians a chance to finally send a leader to Washington who puts families ahead of partisan politics," Stephanie Schriock, president of EMILY's List, said in a statement.

http://www.usatoday.com/story/onpolitics/2013...

Women groups across the country are uniting behind the women in politics and the GOP's attack on woman. The ari/jay worm will turn:

HILLARY 2016

ALISON 2015

DITCH MITCH

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