Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#26971 Oct 11, 2013
guest wrote:
<quoted text>
You're the one with the 'green square'. You figure it out.
I haven't a frigg'in clue what you are mumbling about. Don't care, and I am not going to try an figure out anything from you.
Now

Clarkesville, GA

#26972 Oct 11, 2013
Oh my wrote:
<quoted text>
Try as you might,
that's not nearly as compelling
as "facts based on REAL facts".

Well since you dont seem to know the difference between the facts as presented by yourself, IO and other libroids, and the real facts, you may ask me anytime for the real facts and I might be disposed to pass them along...
Until then you might want to take a sedative or sleeping pill while waiting on the videos....

You're beginning to show some aniexty, just calm down for a while. I'm waiting on other requests for the videos...




Now

Clarkesville, GA

#26973 Oct 11, 2013
Oh my wrote:
<quoted text>
It's a well known fact that only REAL facts are worthy of a good flailing. Come up with some REAL facts and I'll consider it.

Oh, those are the facts jack, you cant dispute them with any of your libroid links or the small peas in your head...well, there was one I missed on, but it was an understatement...the real numbers makes it look even worse for Obama and libroids...




Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#26974 Oct 11, 2013
Now wrote:
The libs are yet again lying about the Tea Party (surprise surprise). Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) is in a snit because people sympathetic to the Tea Party principles of limited government, fiscal responsibility, etc. are interfering with an energy bill that liberals want to pass.
As reported by Tea Party News Network:
“We’re diverted totally from what this bill is about. Why? Because the anarchists have taken over,” Reid said on the Senate floor.“They’ve taken over the House and now they’ve taken over the Senate.”
“People who don’t believe in government — and that’s what the Tea Party is all about — are winning, and that’s a shame.”
“It’s defund ObamaCare, and I guess as the fiscal year comes to and end that’s what it’s all about,” Reid said.
Just about the best thing that could happen for America right now would be defunding the unconstitutional monstrosity known as ObamaCare.
The libs are in for an awakening in 2014..........
Could it be that the American government has moved to swiftly? Maybe not enough Americans have been re-programed yet to accomplish the goal of fascism/ communism without another revolutionary war. We may soon find out if the government keeps pushing the limits. If that does happen then there can be no denying or deceiving the people of this country what is really happening. Liberals will no longer be able to hide and deny the truth.
ChicknButt

Decatur, GA

#26975 Oct 11, 2013
Bigdave1 wrote:
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Could it be that the American government has moved to swiftly? Maybe not enough Americans have been re-programed yet to accomplish the goal of fascism/ communism without another revolutionary war. We may soon find out if the government keeps pushing the limits. If that does happen then there can be no denying or deceiving the people of this country what is really happening. Liberals will no longer be able to hide and deny the truth.
Oh Holy #$$#@.

All I can do when I hear you spout such nonsense is hang my head and be embarrassed for you.

Well, that and marvel at the fact that you aren't embarrassed yourself for even saying that.
Now

Clarkesville, GA

#26976 Oct 11, 2013
Bigdave1 wrote:
<quoted text>
Could it be that the American government has moved to swiftly? Maybe not enough Americans have been re-programed yet to accomplish the goal of fascism/ communism without another revolutionary war. We may soon find out if the government keeps pushing the limits. If that does happen then there can be no denying or deceiving the people of this country what is really happening. Liberals will no longer be able to hide and deny the truth.

Could be, but I am waiting on Obama's red line. I think he's still searching for it, but little does he realize Michelle is using it in the schools to teach the kids the real difference between silly string and real strings....her new method of playing with Obama's toys...

Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#26977 Oct 11, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh Holy #$$#@.
All I can do when I hear you spout such nonsense is hang my head and be embarrassed for you.
Well, that and marvel at the fact that you aren't embarrassed yourself for even saying that.
WOW!!! Did I hit a very sensitive sore spot. I'm not a bit embarrassed by expressing what I think is happening.
Did I suddenly throw a bright spotlight on your parties plans and agenda?
I think if I can see it, then there are a lot of Americans that can also see it.
It is only nonsense to deny, lie, and try to spin what is happening in this country. Those that do are purposeful liars and traitors.
I can't put it in more simple terms than that.
Now go back to sucking on your lemon.
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#26978 Oct 11, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
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http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
Oh Holy #$$#@.
All I can do when I hear you spout such nonsense is hang my head and be embarrassed for you.
Well, that and marvel at the fact that you aren't embarrassed yourself for even saying that.
Now that's a REAL fact you can take to the bank.
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#26979 Oct 11, 2013
Bigdave1 wrote:
<quoted text>
WOW!!! Did I hit a very sensitive sore spot. I'm not a bit embarrassed by expressing what I think is happening.
Did I suddenly throw a bright spotlight on your parties plans and agenda?
I think if I can see it, then there are a lot of Americans that can also see it.
It is only nonsense to deny, lie, and try to spin what is happening in this country. Those that do are purposeful liars and traitors.
I can't put it in more simple terms than that.
Now go back to sucking on your lemon.
Uhmmm, purposeful liars and traitors all who don't agree with the way you see things. Better watch it, you're starting to sound like a fascist.
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#26980 Oct 11, 2013
Now wrote:
<quoted text>
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
Oh, those are the facts jack, you cant dispute them with any of your libroid links or the small peas in your head...well, there was one I missed on, but it was an understatement...the real numbers makes it look even worse for Obama and libroids...
But I've already told you, I only flail on REAL facts, plain ol' everyday facts aren't worth the effort.

Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#26981 Oct 11, 2013
Oh my wrote:
<quoted text>
Now that's a REAL fact you can take to the bank.
Didn't you hear? That bank was closed down by the FDIC.

Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#26982 Oct 11, 2013
Oh my wrote:
<quoted text>
Uhmmm, purposeful liars and traitors all who don't agree with the way you see things. Better watch it, you're starting to sound like a fascist.
I think what you mean is, that it sounds like I know a Fascist when I see one.
Informed Opinion

Cape Coral, FL

#26983 Oct 11, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>Oh Holy #$$#@.

All I can do when I hear you spout such nonsense is hang my head and be embarrassed for you.

Well, that and marvel at the fact that you aren't embarrassed yourself for even saying that.
He used to be somewhat normal, Right Wing, but, just like Palin could see Russia from he back porch, he could at least see Earth from his planet.

Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#26984 Oct 11, 2013
Just look at what I just found. After looking at this poll you may think that my previous post are not far off. It seems that 88% of the people think the government is in charge of the people. Only 8% think the people are in charge of the government.
So it looks like the American people have caught on and do see what is going on.
There are other interesting polls on there also.
http://www.wnd.com/wnd_video/shocking-poll-88...

Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#26985 Oct 11, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
<quoted text>
He used to be somewhat normal, Right Wing, but, just like Palin could see Russia from he back porch, he could at least see Earth from his planet.
Sounds to me that you need to get one of ChickenButt's lemons to suck on. He will give you one as he has plenty of them.
guest

Pelham, TN

#26986 Oct 11, 2013
Oh my wrote:
<quoted text>
Uhmmm, purposeful liars and traitors all who don't agree with the way you see things. Better watch it, you're starting to sound like a fascist.
When they start throwing "traitor" around (and they do it consistently) they just show how completely foolish they are. Yep if you don't march in lock step to their insane ideology then you're what else but a "traitor". That's why I have zero patience with them. They have lost all sense of reality. But you know what They are still Americans and deserve to express their foolishness as they see fit.

Go Ted Cruz....ROFLMAO

Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#26987 Oct 11, 2013
guest wrote:
<quoted text>
When they start throwing "traitor" around (and they do it consistently) they just show how completely foolish they are. Yep if you don't march in lock step to their insane ideology then you're what else but a "traitor". That's why I have zero patience with them. They have lost all sense of reality. But you know what They are still Americans and deserve to express their foolishness as they see fit.
Go Ted Cruz....ROFLMAO
Don't worry, as ChickenButt has some lemons for you too. I know that he also has some sour grapes in his fridge.
guest

Pelham, TN

#26988 Oct 11, 2013
"Why aren’t Republicans more afraid? The entire premise of both the government shutdown and the threats to force the government into debt default is that Democrats care more about the consequences of these actions than the Republicans do. Republicans may go on TV and shed crocodile tears about national monuments being shut down, but the act isn’t really fooling the voters: The only way to understand these fights is to understand that the GOP is threatening to destroy the government and the world economy in order to get rid of Obamacare (as well as a panoply of other right wing demands). Just as terrorists use the fact that you care more about the lives of the hostages than they do to get leverage, Republican threats rely on believing they don’t care about the consequences, while Democrats do.
So why aren’t they more afraid? Businessweek, hardly a liberal news organization, said the price of default would be “a financial apocalypse” that would cause a worldwide economic depression. This is the sort of thing that affects everyone. Having a right wing ideology doesn’t magically protect your investments from crashing alongside the rest of the stock market.
The willingness of Republicans to take the debt ceiling and the federal budget hostage in order to try to extract concessions from Democrats is probably the most lasting gift that the Tea Party has granted the country. More reasonable Republican politicians fear being primaried by Tea Party candidates. A handful of wide-eyed fanatics in Congress have hijacked the party. The Tea Party base and the hard right politicians driving this entire thing seem oblivious to the consequences. It’s no wonder, since so many of them—particularly those in leadership—are fundamentalist Christians whose religions have distorted their worldview until they cannot actually see what they’re doing and what kind of damage it would cause.
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The press often talks about the Tea Party like they’re secularist movement that is interested mainly in promoting “fiscal conservatism”, a vague notion that never actually seems to make good on the promise to save taxpayer money. The reality is much different: The Tea Party is actually driven primarily by fundamentalist Christians whose penchant for magical thinking and belief that they’re being guided by divine forces makes it tough for them to see the real world as it is.
It’s not just that the rogue’s gallery of congress people who are pushing the hardest for hostage-taking as a negotiation tactic also happens to be a bench full of Bible thumpers. Pew Research shows that people who align with the Tea Party are more likely to not only agree with the views of religious conservatives, but are likely to cite religious belief as their prime motivation for their political views. White evangelicals are the religious group most likely to approve of the Tea Party. Looking over the data, it becomes evident that the “Tea Party” is just a new name for the same old white fundamentalists who would rather burn this country to the ground than share it with everyone else, and this latest power play from the Republicans is, in essence, a move from that demographic to assert their “right” to control the country, even if their politicians aren’t in power.
It’s no surprise, under the circumstances, that a movement controlled by fundamentalist Christians would be oblivious to the very real dangers that their actions present. Fundamentalist religion is extremely good at convincing its followers to be more afraid of imaginary threats than real ones, and to engage in downright magical thinking about the possibility that their own choices could work out very badly. When you believe that forcing the government into default in an attempt to derail Obamacare is the Lord’s work, it’s very difficult for you to see that it could have very real, negative effects....."
guest

Pelham, TN

#26989 Oct 11, 2013
"It’s hard for the Christian fundamentalists who run the Republican Party now to worry about the serious economic danger they’re putting the world in, because they are swept up in worrying that President Obama is an agent of the devil and that the world is on the verge of mayhem and apocalypse if they don’t “stop” him somehow, presumably be derailing the Affordable Care Act. Christian conservatives such as Ellis Washington are running around telling each other that the ACA will lead to “the systematic genocide of the weak, minorities, enfeebled, the elderly and political enemies of the God-state.” Twenty percent of Republicans believe Obama is the Antichrist.Washington Times columnist Jeffrey Kuhner argued that Obama is using his signature health care legislation to promote “the destruction of the family, Christian culture”, and demanded that Christians “need to engage in peaceful civil disobedience against President Obama’s signature health care law”.
The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops joined in, demanding that the Republicans shut down the government rather than let Obamacare go into effect. The excuse was their objection to the requirement that insurance make contraception available without a copayment, saying ending this requirement matters more than “serving their own employees or the neediest Americans.”
The Christian right media has been hammering home the message that Christians should oppose the Affordable Care Act. Pat Necerato of the Christian News Network accused the supporters of the law of committing idolatry and accused people who want health care of being covetous. The Christian Post approvingly reported various Christian leaders, including Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council, saying things like the health care law is “a profound attack on our liberties” and lamented “Today is the day I will tell my grandchildren about when they ask me what happened to freedom in America.”
Some in the Christian right straight up believe Obamacare portends the end times. Rick Phillips, writing for Christianity.com , hinted that Obamacare might be predicted in Revelations, though he held back from saying that was certain. Others are less cautious. On the right wing fundamentalist email underground, a conspiracy theory has arisen claiming that Obamacare will require all citizens to have a microchip implanted. While it’s completely untrue, many Christians believe that this means the “mark of the beast” predicted in Revelations that portends the return of Christ and the end of the world...."
guest

Pelham, TN

#26990 Oct 11, 2013
"In other words, the Christian right has worked itself into a frenzy of believing that if this health care law is implemented fully, then we are, in fact, facing down either the end of American Christianity itself or quite possibly the end times themselves. In comparison, it’s hard to be too scared by the worldwide financial collapse that they’re promising to unleash if the Democrats don’t just give up their power and let Republicans do what they want. Sure, crashing stock markets, soaring unemployment, and worldwide economic depression sounds bad, but for the Christian right, the alternative is fire and brimstone and God unleashing all sorts of hell on the world.
This is a problem that extends beyond just the immediate manufactured crisis. The Christian right has become the primary vehicle in American politics for minimizing the problems of the real world while inventing imaginary problems as distractions. Witness, for instance, the way that fundamentalist Christianity has been harnessed to promote the notion that climate change isn’t a real problem. Average global temperatures are creeping up, but the majority of Christian conservatives are too worried about the supposed existential threats of abortion and gay rights to care.
Under the circumstances, it’s no surprise that it’s easy for Christian conservatives to worry more about imaginary threats from Obamacare than it is for them to worry about the very real threat to worldwide economic stability if the go along with their harebrained scheme of forcing the government into default. To make it worse, many have convinced themselves that it’s their opponents who are deluded. Take right wing Christian Senator Tom Coburn, who celebrated the possibility of default back in January by saying it would be a “wonderful experiment”. Being able to blow past all the advice of experts just to make stuff up you want to believe isn’t a quality that is unique to fundamentalists, but as these budget negotiations are making clear, they do have a uniquely strong ability to lie to themselves about what is and isn’t a real danger to themselves and to the world."
Amanda Marcotte is a Brooklyn-based freelance writer and journalist."

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