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#27838 Oct 19, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
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There is no indications that this person is a "leftist". Some lunatic named ArmyVet54 sent a tweet.
I'd bet that he's not the only insane person walking around America at the moment. From what I understand the incident is under investigation, and if there's supporting evidence of him committing a crime when the person if found, I'm sure he'll be tried.
Don't try and turn this into a judgement on Democrats as a whole. That would be unfounded, illogical, and irresponsible.
And just where did I try to turn this into a wholesale indictment of Democrats? You're projectiing your own party's tactics there. All my references were to the individual.
ChicknButt

Decatur, GA

#27839 Oct 19, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
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Thanks for sharing, that was great and so illustrative of this administration's hypocrisy.
Occupy protestors illegally take over a national park area for over 3 months - yawn from the Park Service.
WWII memorial gets barriers put up day 1. And they stayed there except when they were removed by vets and their supporters or when the Park Service - after the embarrassment of those pictures the first day - was told to remove them for groups if they claimed First Amendment privilege (as at least one Honor Flight did). But the barricades were put right back up after they left.
While at the same time a rally in support of illegal aliens got the administration's permission to occupy the park.
This post makes no logical sense whatsoever.

The government is shut down. Parks are closed because they lack staff to maintain them, protect them, and provide services. Makes sense.

People wish to exercise their right to assemble. The government is open and park services can oversee the event, so it is tolerated. Makes sense.

So now we've got this Redneck a-hole congressman from South Carolina, Rep Trey Gowdy, who thinks the most important thing that needs to be done in this country is to FORMALLY BERATE a National Parks directer of all people - for following the law in shutting the parks down - JUST AS TREY GOWDY VOTED FOR HIM TO DO - and he was required by law to follow.

This is petty and pathetic, mean-spirited, manipulative, useless, unproductive, partisan and a waste of taxpayers time.

Perhaps these Republican Congressmen can actually spend a bit of time trying to make America better for it's citizens rather than crying and whining and throwing fits.

Anybody who can watch that video and think Rep Trey Gowdy is some kind of great person really has problems with their perspectives and logic.
ChicknButt

Decatur, GA

#27840 Oct 19, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
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And just where did I try to turn this into a wholesale indictment of Democrats? You're projectiing your own party's tactics there. All my references were to the individual.
It happened precisely when you labelled him a "leftist".
ChicknButt

Decatur, GA

#27841 Oct 19, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
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You do know that that is why we have two political parties right now - differing views and opinions. Thanks for the laugh.
Of course I understand that - it was implicit in what I said.
ChicknButt

Decatur, GA

#27842 Oct 19, 2013
Synergy wrote:
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I know Bill and you don't. I know him to be a great family man, kind, generous and intelligent. If that makes me brainless, then so be it.
Oddly enough - that's what everybody who knew Ted Bundy said about him as well.

http://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/...
ChicknButt

Decatur, GA

#27843 Oct 19, 2013
The news Republicans get isn't actually correct? That
when it's investigated it turns out to be dead wrong and completely incorrect, DESPITE the fact that so many people have it as their only news-source?

Your average Fox News-informed Republican is just a pawn of somebody's propaganda machine.

http://www.salon.com/2013/10/18/inside_the_fo...
Idiots Abound

Blairsville, GA

#27844 Oct 19, 2013
Bill in Dville wrote:
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I usually don't read the uninformed one's posts, but I was looking at the words before I noticed the name of the poster...
If someone doesn't have (won, awarded or earned, or in the case of a recent Nobel Prize winner, GIVEN) something, they can't complain about the actions of another? Really? Seriously? Last time I checked, this was a free country and we could pretty much say what we want.
This is a GREAT example of potential straw man arguments, surprised the King of such arguments didn't expand into it.
IF someone with different political beliefs (one of the good guys) had made this silly comment, the uninformed one could have "countered" with: "Oh, so it's not OK to complain about someone beating or abusing their spouse. Since you're not married, you can't complain about something somebody married does"...
We can't complain about somebody stealing a foul ball from someone (another fan) at the stadium because they didn't buy a ticket to attend the game?
Even the cartoon name who doesn't vote can complain about the government, can't he?
"I'll believe you"
WRONG. We have the right to complain about whatever we want. Even the cartoon name who doesn't vote can complain about the government, can't he?
Maybe that's because we're not members of a union...:)
Just sayin'...
And now on to another great college football Saturday!
I'm glad that you agree that I have the right and freedom to complain about what a pompous fool you are.
gored moniker thingy

Cordele, GA

#27845 Oct 19, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
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His tactic is to come on here, insult people, and spread a little hate and misery around without actually saying anything of substance that people could prove him wrong on.
He's just a bitter old narcissist that shakes his fists at clouds and hates life. He truly believes he's better than those around him because he made a bit of money on the fringes of an industry that profits from the sick and dying.
I'd almost feel sorry for him if he wasn't such a boil on the worlds azz.
Thanks CB, that's what I've been trying to say but just couldn't find the words.
ChicknButt

Decatur, GA

#27846 Oct 19, 2013
Idiots Abound wrote:
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I'm glad that you agree that I have the right and freedom to complain about what a pompous fool you are.
I will always support and defend your right to complain about what a narcissistic pompous fool he is.
just sayin

Dahlonega, GA

#27847 Oct 19, 2013
I wonder when holder will start prosecuting the leadership of Washington, D.C.; New York City; Jersey City; Los Angeles; San Francisco; Santa Ana; San Diego; San Jose; Oakland; Salt Lake City; El Paso; Houston; Detroit; Chicago; Minneapolis; Miami; Denver; Baltimore; Seattle; Portland, Oregon; New Haven; Somerville; Cambridge; Portland, Maine; and Tulsa and others for violating federal law by becoming "sanctuary cities" for illegal immigrants?
Seems holder is pretty subjective when deciding to do the job he agreed to do when he took an oath.
What other branches of government selectively enforce laws based on political expediency? The laws apply only to those not in the good graces of the power structure. Can you say union carve outs, large corporate carve outs, islamist carve outs of obamacare?

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Douglasville, GA

#27848 Oct 19, 2013
gored moniker thingy wrote:
<quoted text>And you KMA 'Dave. If you or anyone else had ever read my posts , then you would know that my only support for Obama is by default- now go kiss Mr. Bill's ass and go to bed.
No reply required.
gored moniker thingy

Cordele, GA

#27849 Oct 19, 2013
just sayin wrote:
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Why is that so?
From my understanding, faith was the guiding principle behind the formation of this country, in defining how we interact and politics is one way that we do it.
The political system is the vehicle by which nations manage their societies is it not?
Having a principled leadership would keep those societies just and conversely having a leadership guided only by self-centered goals would not, it would lead to chaos.
The humanist view that we need not a power greater than ourselves is a cruel system where the strong devour the weak.
A Christian view tells us to look after the weakest.
Taking God and Christianity out of the public square will be the undoing of this society. Just ask Alexander Solzhenitsyn.
...look dude, you are obviously a smart guy and I respect most of your posts. But when you get on here quoting scripture in an apparent attempt to portray one side as "evil", well you lose me there.
just sayin

Dahlonega, GA

#27850 Oct 19, 2013
How come no one talks about the unfunded mandate to the states that is part and parcel with obamacare?
Will dental appliances (braces, bridges, crowns, etc.) be subject to the medical device tax? Who is going to pay that tax?
Need crutches, a walker, a wheel chair, a knee replacement,hip replacement? Pay up!
just sayin

Dahlonega, GA

#27851 Oct 19, 2013
gored moniker thingy wrote:
<quoted text>...look dude, you are obviously a smart guy and I respect most of your posts. But when you get on here quoting scripture in an apparent attempt to portray one side as "evil", well you lose me there.
Did I specifically name one side or the other?
libtards unite

Alpharetta, GA

#27852 Oct 19, 2013
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Clarkesville, GA

#27853 Oct 19, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
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A big +1 on that.
By the way - using the spelling "gubmint" is neither cute nor entertaining. Mostly it's just annoying and stupid. Do what you like - but somebody had to tell you sooner or later.

Glad to know gubmint irritates you. Will use it more often. Makes my day to aggravate libroids.
Gubmint is when libroids are in power. Government is when conservatives are in power.

Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#27854 Oct 19, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
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You're missing the point BigDave.
Having different views is fine, unless they're just stupid or wrong views. And even if all they do is have stupid or wrong views- that's still tolerated by pretty much everyone. If they take those stupid and wrong views and try to advance them through our democratic process - fine - they'll probably fail - but fine.
In this case - they've failed terribly - after 50 something votes against the Affordable Care Act. Stupid and costly -but fine. They're going through the legislative process. That's allowed and expected.
To threaten to damage the United States of America unless they get their way - to destroy her economy by refusing to pay her bills - That's hostage taking. That's threatening. That is NOT the legislative process.
It is in fact terrorism. Sometimes you just have to admit that the guys you're rooting for are in fact doing something wrong and are the "bad guys".
Personally - I think Cruz, Boehner and the rest of the Tea Party wacko's should be tried for treason after the threat they posed to America. They were a clear and present danger to the interests of our country. If we caught a bunch of Al-queda ragheads trying to blow up the stock exchange - we'd give them a fair trial followed by a nice hanging. The Tea Party threatened to do much worse than blow up the stock exchange.
It was not "politics" or "negotiating". It was terrorism.
The fact that they can freely walk through our nations capital is a travesty.
Terrorists are the correct word.
Just listen to yourself. "Having different views is fine, unless they are stupid or wrong views". Just who appointed you God?
I swear you and IO must be twins and connected at the waist.
You socialist just throw nasty terms around at will because nobody calls you on it. People such as yourself, the news media, and this administration, call anyone that has any disagreement with them terrible names. Conservatives are called wackos, right wing wackos, terrorist, extortionist, racist, bigots, anti-American, and any other degrading name you guys can think up to try to shut us up and force us to change our views. What is next? Are you going to start having us lined up and shot by a firing squad?
How would you like us to start calling you a MF socialist, a SOB leftie, or a murdering bloody pro abortion baby killer?
Now a new left wing crusade is now on against Christians and Jews.
Time to knock off the terrible name calling. I am tired of it and so are millions of other people. Start acting like intelligent adults instead of some little high school kids calling the smart kids names.
gored moniker thingy

Cordele, GA

#27855 Oct 19, 2013
Bigdave1 wrote:
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No reply required.
....nor one sought!
gored moniker thingy

Cordele, GA

#27856 Oct 19, 2013
just sayin wrote:
<quoted text>Did I specifically name one side or the other?
no, and neither did I. You know we both live in the bible belt, right?
just sayin

Dahlonega, GA

#27857 Oct 19, 2013
gored moniker thingy wrote:
<quoted text>no, and neither did I. You know we both live in the bible belt, right?
Your point?
I'm reading Romans 3.

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