Who do you support for U.S. Senate in...
CreepyDude

Douglasville, GA

#32266 Nov 23, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
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Yeah, you just keep showing your own bigotry and hatred. It's obvious and makes your opinions irrelevant to the situation.
I despise Obama because his POLICIES are detrimental to the country and the lies that come out of this White House are an embarrassment to the country. The evidence is out there for all to see who are willing to take the ideological blinders off.
Truth, is just an old hateful name calling liberal that hates anything that is associated with a free, great America that supports Her Constitution.
Informed Opinion

Cape Coral, FL

#32267 Nov 24, 2013
DapperDave wrote:
<quoted text>I stand corrected. Thank you for pointing out yet another accomplishment of President Obama.

Saddam Hussein was taken out during George W. Bush's watch, and he deserves credit for that.
Credit ?

Can you be that stupid ?

Saddam Hussein was the greatest friend America had in the MidEast.

Hussein constantly fought Iran' radical Muslim government.

Radical Muslims hated Hussein, as he thought they were all crazies.

Hussein was on the CIA payroll for over 20 years and did our bidding as our hired gun.

Hussein encouraged liberal Muslims, rights for women, and the "Westernization" of the MidEast.

Hussein constantly argued with the Saudis, causing lower gas prices at your gas station.

Hussein never had any weapons of as destruction, and was overthrown to make the Saudi Masters of the Universe happier.

Taking out Hussein was the stupidest, most self-destructive action taking in American history.. and cost $ 6 Trillion Dollars.

“I Offer You Truth!”

Since: Jul 07

Tampa, FL

#32268 Nov 24, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
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Taking out Hussein was the stupidest, most self-destructive action taking in American history.. and cost $ 6 Trillion Dollars.
Six trillion dollars? Did it hurt when you bent over, reached back, and pulled that b.s. number out of your flabby rump?

Handing over a good chunk of Eastern Europe to the Russians as a "reward" for aiding the Allies in their efforts to defeat Nazi Germany was probably the most self-destructive action ever taken by the U.S. AND its allies.

Please refrain from foolishly attempting to pontificate on weighty matters. You are, plainly and simply, no up to the task, and I derive no pleasure from watching a man, or woman, make a complete fool of him/herself.
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Buford, GA

#32269 Nov 24, 2013

Dont't take long for first libroids to commit hari-kari, many expected to follow…..


ROFL..........

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Buford, GA

#32270 Nov 24, 2013
The Obama administration has sold out the middle east to appease Iran.......

Kerry says one thing, Rouhani says the opposite.....the brokered deal say Rouhani is correct, while the dummy Kerry is Kerry, a long lost traitor from the Viet Nam era and major appeaser similar to Chamberlain.....


The interim agreement reached in Geneva places a cap on central parts of the Iranian nuclear programme in return for modest sanctions relief. However, it still leaves Iran with a substantial nuclear infrastructure which western experts believe could produce the material for a bomb within a few months.

Speaking just hours after the deal was announced, Mr Rouhani declared that “world powers have recognised the nuclear rights of Iran”. Tehran has long insisted that it has a “right” to enrich uranium under international treaties. However, this view was immediately rejected by Mr Kerry, who gave a series of television interviews in Geneva at 5am and claimed an Iranian right to enrich was “not in this document”.


Mr Rouhani also predicted that the sanctions regime against Iran had been broken and that cracks created by the agreement would “widen”– precisely the fear that Benjamin Netanyahu, Israeli prime minister, who called the agreement a “historic mistake”, has voiced about the negotiations.

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Buford, GA

#32271 Nov 24, 2013

""The surface of the sun has been surprisingly calm of late -- with fewer sunspots than anytime in in the last century -- prompting curious scientists to wonder just what it might mean here on Earth.""

translation:: standing around scratching their heads, looking perplexed; and determined to come up with another consensus in order to get another 20 year grant from the gubmint.....

These climate scientist just cant seem to make up their minds.......

First, global warming is not good for the Earth, now global warming is good for the Earth.....

If the magnetic fields change, scientist demand the option to change their minds also....


""But thanks to global warming, we're unlikely to see another ice age.""

http://news.yahoo.com/calm-solar-cycle-prompt...

ChicknButt

Gadsden, AL

#32272 Nov 24, 2013
now wrote:
The Obama administration has sold out the middle east to appease Iran.......
This is one area where Republicans stand in start contrast to the Dems. The Republican plan was to cut off Iran's route to the sea via Syria. Not sure what good that would have done considering Irans 1520 miles of coastline, but Romney said it would work.
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Buford, GA

#32273 Nov 24, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
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This is one area where Republicans stand in start contrast to the Dems. The Republican plan was to cut off Iran's route to the sea via Syria. Not sure what good that would have done considering Irans 1520 miles of coastline, but Romney said it would work.

Since you are a known big fibber, I doubt the truth of your statement.

But assuming if true, this only shows your lack of knowledge of geography and a short cut to the Med Sea. Iranrian gunboats via Syria I's a direct threat to Isarel dummy.

The Med Sea is a long route via the horn of Africa.



ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#32274 Nov 24, 2013
now wrote:
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Since you are a known big fibber, I doubt the truth of your statement.
I don't post 'fibs', I post facts, which is why they're irrefutable.

http://scienceblogs.com/gregladen/2012/10/23/...

As you know, I think you're too stupid to converse with, but this does present a fine opportunity to illuminate both your and Mr. Romneys lack of intelligence.
just sayin

Dawsonville, GA

#32275 Nov 25, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
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I don't post 'fibs', I post facts, which is why they're irrefutable.
http://scienceblogs.com/gregladen/2012/10/23/...
As you know, I think you're too stupid to converse with, but this does present a fine opportunity to illuminate both your and Mr. Romneys lack of intelligence.
You are certainly full of yourself.
Nemesis

Tampa, FL

#32276 Nov 25, 2013
just sayin wrote:
<quoted text>You are certainly full of yourself.
And you are full of...(hint: smells really bad).
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Buford, GA

#32277 Nov 25, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
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I don't post 'fibs', I post facts, which is why they're irrefutable.
http://scienceblogs.com/gregladen/2012/10/23/...
As you know, I think you're too stupid to converse with, but this does present a fine opportunity to illuminate both your and Mr. Romneys lack of intelligence.

You're still a dumb azz. You dont post facts, you post opinions similar to yours from other bloggers.....
And that is the height of stupidity.......

And you missed the main point of my post, as did your blogger you quote, where both of yall honed in on Romney's gaff, and skipped Iran's wants or needs of access to the Med Sea......

The subject was and is access to the Med Sea.....as it was in 2011...
You're so dumb you didn't even consider why Iran would want and use Syrians ports..........or how they would get there..........

For sure the Suez would not be a route, as any type of Iranian warships in force most likely would never make it out of the canal, as Israel would make sure of that......

Two things are known for sure, when Israel feels a close direct threat, they act accordingly....When Obama feels a threat, he retreats.....


The middle East partners of America now see a weakened and traitorous America, led by a socialist "Chamberlain" type, who cannot be trusted.....

Obama has done more damage to middle east diplomacy than any American president in history.....because of his sympathies with the muslim brotherhood.......and many Arabs are now seeing this....

I said the horn of Africa, I meant the southern tip of Africa...



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Buford, GA

#32278 Nov 25, 2013
just sayin wrote:
<quoted text>You are certainly full of yourself.

Actually, he's full of other bloggers........
He has no sense himself..........just a mindless re-poster of others.....

Since: Jan 10

Location hidden

#32279 Nov 25, 2013
now wrote:
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Actually, he's full of other bloggers........
He has no sense himself..........just a mindless re-poster of others.....
That is a typical activity of the clueless and uneducated, isn't it?

Since: Jan 10

Location hidden

#32280 Nov 25, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
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Do I REALLY need to remind you again that you're a complete and hopeless idiot?
I just reminded you of that yesterday. Sheesh.
And the irony of this poster continues...
the truth

Dawsonville, GA

#32281 Nov 25, 2013
General Robert E Lee wrote:
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A president desperate to change the subject and a secretary of state desperate to make a name for himself are reportedly on the verge of an “interim” nuclear agreement with Iran. France called it a “sucker’s deal.” France was being charitable.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/charle...
The Presidents Whitehouse did the deal, a deal they have been working on for a long time in secret. While the tea baggers continued to do harm to this nations pushing their whacko agenda with little or no understanding of how the world works.
its a whacko world

Dawsonville, GA

#32282 Nov 25, 2013
Tea Party whackos will now have a way to relieve all the tension that comes from a life of hating, and its unisex!!! Its also good for the heart, something tea party whackos could use a little more of, heart.

http://live.huffingtonpost.com/r/archive/segm...
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#32283 Nov 25, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
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http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
Just one more change that arguably shouldn't have been made. The House gives the people their voice, state legislature selection of Senators gave the states as an entity their individual voices with the Senators accountable to the state legislative body to look out for the state's best interests before party interests. All part of the Founder's intent to hold the Federal govt accountable to the individual states as well as to the people and to try and prevent too much centralized government.
If the original intent is sacrosanct, then why provide a method for change.

Since: Dec 11

Warner Robins, GA

#32284 Nov 25, 2013
the truth wrote:
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The Presidents Whitehouse did the deal, a deal they have been working on for a long time in secret. While the tea baggers continued to do harm to this nations pushing their whacko agenda with little or no understanding of how the world works.
liberals celebrate reducing sanctions on a Country that lynches gays, mistreets women and wants to wipe out jews while at the same time boycotts Chick Filet. Amazing
Captain Spaulding

Ellijay, GA

#32285 Nov 25, 2013
I support Chambliss for Senate in 2010 because I
like to back a winner.

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