Who do you support for U.S. Senate in Georgia in 2010?

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So now you're saying that the Screen Actor's Guild represents The Hollywood Left, and prominent Hollywood activists, and Liberals, and The Left. You're defending a straw man and looking more foolish with each post.
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"Who are you calling racist and what is your evidence to support that claim?"
Racists show themselves for what they are without help from me, some post in this forum, the proof is in their postings.
One of your funniest, albeit ridiculous, posts. You know good and well those Hollywood losers stick together. You just refuse to be WRONG. You are absolutely NOT going to be WRONG at all costs. You don't care how idiotic it makes you sound.

As for your last sentence, the same can be said for the abject STUPIDITY of "some" of those who post in this forum. They show themselves without help from the conservatives. The proof is in their postings.
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That's the question that has stumped many since all the evidence shows that it's based on substantive issues.
JUNE 3, 2009
http://wonkette.com/408934/republicans-email-...
...So, we’ve had the GOP county leader gal who sent out the “Obama Bucks” watermelon-chicken food stamps, the Southern California suburban Republican mayor who sent out the hilarious White House-watermelon garden email, the Florida state committee-woman GOP gal who sent out that “So how did black people travel in airplanes to Obama’s inauguration when they couldn’t get out of New Orleans during Katrina?” email comedy, the Republican mayor in South Carolina forwarding his “just out of curiosity” musings about the Muslim Barack Obama being maybe a character in the Bible (the Devil, in fact), and the Republican mayor of some Georgia town typing a hilarious Facebook status message suggesting Barack Obama should give the Queen of England some typical black-person snacks such as cigarettes and malt liquor.
JUNE 15, 2009
http://wonkette.com/409193/latest-republican-...
...and now we’re learning about some super-funny racist emails sent out by a Tennessee GOP legislative staffer for Republican state senator Diane Black. Let’s meet the charming Sherri Goforth, who sent the image above to god knows how many people because, ha, a Negro in the White House?
Apr. 20 2011
http://thenewcivilrightsmovement.com/tea-part...
http://blogs.ocweekly.com/navelgazing/2011/04...
During the KTLA interview, a "timid, confused" Marilyn Davenport, a retired Christian book publisher, said she is "really sorry" for sending the racist email. In her view--expressed throughout the day with the media, President Barack Obama's birthplace--Africa?--is a dark mystery. But she also wanted to refocus attention on the real bad guy in her mind: Scott Baugh, OC GOP boss, who first denounced her actions in the original Weekly story. In Davenport's view, the actual scandal centers on why Baugh didn't keep her email a secret from the public. After all, depicting Obama as a chimp was, in her view, hilarious only because of his policies and not because of the color of his skin.
Mar. 1, 2012
http://www.motherjones.com/mojo/2012/03/see-r...
The Great Falls Tribune reported Wednesday that Richard Cebull, a George W. Bush-appointed federal judge in Montana, sent a racist joke about President Barack Obama from his official email account. Even as far as racist jokes go, the dig is mightily unclever—the punchline contains an implied comparison between black people and dogs.
So, you are able to find some racist comments from some obscure politicians, then , out comes the "broad brush" to make your case that all Republicans are racists. Weren't you the one who, yesterday was accusing others of doing the same thing? Hypocritical much? Maybe that was some other "Oh my".

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So now you're saying that the Screen Actor's Guild represents The Hollywood Left, and prominent Hollywood activists, and Liberals, and The Left. You're defending a straw man and looking more foolish with each post.
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"Who are you calling racist and what is your evidence to support that claim?"
Racists show themselves for what they are without help from me, some post in this forum, the proof is in their postings.
Good try at changing the subject. The point was that one of the preferred tactics of the Left is to scream "racist" when someone on the Right argues against a position of the Left. Now we see someone on the Left, Ed Asner, stating that many of the "usual suspects" of the Hollywood Left who love to voice their opposition to the policies of Republicans are feeling they cannot speak out against Obama's desire to attack Syria because they might be perceived as racist.

"Another reason some Hollywood progressives have been reticent to speak out against war in Syria, according to Asner, is fear of being called racist.
"A lot of people don't want to feel anti-black by being opposed to Obama," he said."

The point (there is that reading comprehension problem rearing its head again) was that it is amusing to see usually vocal voices of the Left being silenced out of fear of the very "weapon" they love to use against the Right. And it is just as inappropriate now as then, and yet, they are cowed by it.
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There is someone being made to look foolish here, but it isn't who you think it is - again. A word of advice, when you find yourself in a hole - stop digging. But if you want to keep butting that stump, feel free. I have more interesting things to do.

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Oh, no, the Left is pure as the driven snow - no racism there. Just ask Condeleeza Rice or Clarence Thomas or Allen West. Took about 3 minutes to find these little jewels.

http://cache.trustedpartner.com/docs/library/... .
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"Opponents are calling a Democratic super PAC in Florida shocking and even racist for its cartoonish depiction of Rep. Allen West (R-FL) punching an elderly white woman and laughing as he steals money from a black family."

http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2012/08/10/dem-sup...
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"The NAACP has become increasingly irrelevant in recent years, by refusing, for example, to condemn overtly racist remarks by members of the New Black Panther party.

Now the organization can claim the additional distinction of being hypocritical. It has refused to address racially charged comments leveled at black Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas by liberal protesters last month."

http://hotair.com/greenroom/archives/2011/02/...

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"5 Reasons That Shouting "Racism" Doesn't Work Anymore"

"Because of slavery (Democrats did it), KKK violence (Democrats did it), segregation (Democrats did it), Jim Crow laws (Democrats did it) and other historic abuses heaped on black Americans in our country by the Democratic Party and its supporters, America has been a bit oversensitive about race for the last few decades. Of course, the political party responsible for all of that racism is now the one shouting, "You're a racist," and trying to pit different racial groups against each other. That might seem ironic at first glance, but if you think about it, it's actually par for the course. Since its founding, the Democratic Party has always tried to generate racial strife; it just uses a little different strategy today than it did in the past....
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Tainting the tea party movement with the charge of racism is proving to be an effective strategy for Democrats. There is no evidence that tea party adherents are any more racist than other Republicans, and indeed many other Americans. But getting them to spend their time purging their ranks and having candidates distance themselves should help Democrats win in November. Having one’s opponent rebut charges of racism is far better than discussing joblessness.— Mary Frances Berry"

http://townhall.com/columnists/johnhawkins/20...
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2003 vs 2013
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Shortly after posting this on my own site, a reader emailed me asking if I was saying that I wanted the US to bomb Syria. But this cartoon isn't really about what we should do. I don't have any good answers. What I find fascinating about this whole situation is how different our reaction was ten years ago to the idea of chemical weapons in the hands of a brutal dictator. In that case, of course, Americans had been knowingly misled to think Iraq had some connection to 9/11. Much of our nonchalance about Syria is clearly a reaction to the debacle of Iraq. But I can't help wishing more of the skepticism and prudence people are exhibiting now (including many politicians who were gung-ho on attacking Iraq) had been around in 2003, when those of us who voiced such skepticism were pilloried.

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Oh my wrote:
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So now you're saying that the Screen Actor's Guild represents The Hollywood Left, and prominent Hollywood activists, and Liberals, and The Left. You're defending a straw man and looking more foolish with each post.
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"Who are you calling racist and what is your evidence to support that claim?"
Racists show themselves for what they are without help from me, some post in this forum, the proof is in their postings.
Why don't you just take your beloved presidents advice and just sit down and shut up. Your making a fool of yourself.

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Not surprised AT ALL by this. Don't want to hurt the muslim's feelings. Just more bowing down.
i think that is called a*s kissing.
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Scott wrote:
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http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
So, you are able to find some racist comments from some obscure politicians, then , out comes the "broad brush" to make your case that all Republicans are racists. Weren't you the one who, yesterday was accusing others of doing the same thing? Hypocritical much? Maybe that was some other "Oh my".
Nice try, but no broad brush was used,
here is the post I was responding to from IO...
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
yep... Why would anyone think the hatred of Obama by Right Wingers would have anything to do race ?

And here is my response...
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
That's the question that has stumped many since all the evidence shows that it's based on substantive issues.
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In neither case does it accuse ALL Right Wingers, but it does question the motivation of those who have exhibited an irrational hatred of Obama.

Now the question becomes, are you suggesting that these "racist comments from some obscure politicians" were made in a vacuum?

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Aggie23 wrote:
"5 Reasons That Shouting "Racism" Doesn't Work Anymore"
"Because of slavery (Democrats did it), KKK violence (Democrats did it), segregation (Democrats did it), Jim Crow laws (Democrats did it) and other historic abuses heaped on black Americans in our country by the Democratic Party and its supporters, America has been a bit oversensitive about race for the last few decades. Of course, the political party responsible for all of that racism is now the one shouting, "You're a racist," and trying to pit different racial groups against each other. That might seem ironic at first glance, but if you think about it, it's actually par for the course. Since its founding, the Democratic Party has always tried to generate racial strife; it just uses a little different strategy today than it did in the past....
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Tainting the tea party movement with the charge of racism is proving to be an effective strategy for Democrats. There is no evidence that tea party adherents are any more racist than other Republicans, and indeed many other Americans. But getting them to spend their time purging their ranks and having candidates distance themselves should help Democrats win in November. Having one’s opponent rebut charges of racism is far better than discussing joblessness.— Mary Frances Berry"
http://townhall.com/columnists/johnhawkins/20...
+1 Good post!
What is really strange is when the Democrats call a political group racist,it doesn't need to be proved. It is then assumed to be a fact. Just say what you want and the news media will carry the water for you. That is if you are a Socialist Democrat. I feel sorry for the Tea Party. Between the IRS, The Socialist Democratic Party, RINO Republicans, and the news media, they are being terribly persecuted. That is because of the fear by the political elite that Americans might actually get a chance to choose some people to serve them that actually have Americas interest at heart.

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Scott wrote:
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So, you are able to find some racist comments from some obscure politicians, then , out comes the "broad brush" to make your case that all Republicans are racists. Weren't you the one who, yesterday was accusing others of doing the same thing? Hypocritical much? Maybe that was some other "Oh my".
It's the liberal way. Staight out of the liberal playbook. DOUBLE STANDARD.

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Paul Broun 2014.
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Aggie23 wrote:
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http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
Good try at changing the subject. The point was that one of the preferred tactics of the Left is to scream "racist" when someone on the Right argues against a position of the Left. Now we see someone on the Left, Ed Asner, stating that many of the "usual suspects" of the Hollywood Left who love to voice their opposition to the policies of Republicans are feeling they cannot speak out against Obama's desire to attack Syria because they might be perceived as racist.
Oh, now, Ed Asner is just "someone on the Left", last post he was an obvious spokesmen for The Hollywood Left because he'd been President of the Screen Actors Guild, and in the original post it was obvious that the opinion of one man represented The Hollywood Left, and by extension Liberals, and by further extension The all encompassing Left.

Look, the original point of the article was to use one man's opinion to smear The Left. It was a straw man argument which you are loathe to admit.

Could Asner's comment be attributed to some, sure.

Could Asner's comment be attributed to all, no.

You know the fallacy of the original article, you've been challenged on it, but just can't bring yourself to admit it.

Do you want to go around again?

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America, we must stop ObamaCare before it becomes hazardous to our health

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I have to wonder why President Obama seems to always choose his career and fame over the best interest of the United States. It would seem to me that he would want to be building his legacy for the history books.
This article just shows more lies and deception on his part.
http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/sep/...

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I would be laughing my butt of if this Obamacare was just a joke and not real. But it is real and the regulations are 8 times longer than the bible.
By the time someone is able to find the regulation to help you get healthcare you will be lucky if you are not already dead.
http://cnsnews.com/news/article/penny-starr/o...
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Aggie23 wrote:
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
"5 Reasons That Shouting "Racism" Doesn't Work Anymore"
"Because of slavery (Democrats did it), KKK violence (Democrats did it), segregation (Democrats did it), Jim Crow laws (Democrats did it) and other historic abuses heaped on black Americans in our country by the Democratic Party and its supporters, America has been a bit oversensitive about race for the last few decades. Of course, the political party responsible for all of that racism is now the one shouting, "You're a racist," and trying to pit different racial groups against each other. That might seem ironic at first glance, but if you think about it, it's actually par for the course. Since its founding, the Democratic Party has always tried to generate racial strife; it just uses a little different strategy today than it did in the past....
I just love it when you tell this story, but like the previous 4 or 5 times you always stop short of discussing the bloc of Southern Democrats that were at the heart of representing segregationist interests. And like all the times before, you fail to mention that these southern Democrats were to be absorbed into the Republican Party with Nixon's Southern Strategy, and have remained in the Republican Party ever since.
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I just love it when you tell this story, but like the previous 4 or 5 times you always stop short of discussing the bloc of Southern Democrats that were at the heart of representing segregationist interests. And like all the times before, you fail to mention that these southern Democrats were to be absorbed into the Republican Party with Nixon's Southern Strategy, and have remained in the Republican Party ever since.
Please forgive them, they are just unwilling to admit that their party(Republicans) was once a bastion for liberals(like Abe Lincoln), but has since devolved into a bunch of degenerate racist, bigoted and greedy hatemongers.
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Obama is Satin !!!
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Bigdave1 wrote:
I have to wonder why President Obama seems to always choose his career and fame over the best interest of the United States. It would seem to me that he would want to be building his legacy for the history books.
This article just shows more lies and deception on his part.
http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/sep/...
He isn't worried about the history books. Those will be written to show him in the most positive way. Worked for Stalin.
The truth is something Obama and his throng of groupies fear more than anything else.
I suggest folks write their own thoughts and observations, because the history books will be altered over time. Easy to do with digitally produced textbooks. Harder to do with written words.
Collect the important books while you still can before the progressive brown shirts start burning them.

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