OMTE

Lakeland, GA

#28447 Oct 23, 2013
Complete Idiots wrote:
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That would be the same chick that tells everyone that they just got their a*s handed to them, when in reality they didn't. But, hey, RWWs believe what they want. That's how it is on Wacko World.
I've never tried that anti-reality drug, they give ya'll in L-wing looneyville.... Is it awesome? What are the people call there, that partake in this drug-use? We call people like you, here on Wacko world, CRACKHEADS! LoL. Ya know?:)

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OMTE

Lakeland, GA

#28448 Oct 23, 2013
The reason Republican's/Congress' approval ratings are at an all-time low, is, alot of them are cowardly RINOs or dirty Democrats.
http://personalliberty.com/2013/10/23/the-cow...
Impeach Obama and Recall all dirty politicians in Congress Today!:)

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OMTE

Lakeland, GA

#28449 Oct 23, 2013
Now Obama's beloved muslims are callin him a terrorist.:(
http://personalliberty.com/2013/10/23/rights-...
Impeach Obama Today!

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ChicknButt

Decatur, GA

#28450 Oct 23, 2013
Synergy wrote:
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I hand your tail to you on a regular basis. "YOU CAN'T HANDLE THE TRUTH." That's okay. The day of reckoning will come. I used to think that it might not. I don't worry about that anymore.
Your mouth is always moving but you never actually say anything.

I can't be the only person that notices this.
ChicknButt

Decatur, GA

#28451 Oct 23, 2013
Complete Idiots wrote:
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That would be the same chick that tells everyone that they just got their a*s handed to them, when in reality they didn't.
A few of them use this tactic. They don't care at all about reality or logic, as has been demonstrated repeatedly.

Weird - but what can you do about them? Just go to the polls and make sure they don't actually elect somebody as crazy as they are.

Hell, if they had their way Palin would have held office, or even worse, dog-abuser Romney.
Talk about lame

Columbus, GA

#28452 Oct 23, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
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Your mouth is always moving but you never actually say anything.
I can't be the only person that notices this.
A lot of people have noticed it. I've also noticed, at different intervals of the day, that if they get bad little cartoon judgement icons, they log out of their original names, and keep judging themselves to the good to get rid of the bad icons making them look foolish. Synergy knows everything. It's about as interesting as watching paint dry on a humid day. But nonetheless entertaining to watch educated idiots act like they have all the answers to everything, so they can "hand you your tail". They obviously live in a world FULL of a$$ if they have that much tail to hand out. I'm guessing they don;t have all the answers, though. I figure that if they did, they would be running the country right now, and everything would be wine and roses.
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#28453 Oct 23, 2013
Confronted With Example Of Obamacare Success, GOP Rep Freaks Out
BY IGOR VOLSKY ON OCTOBER 22, 2013 AT 11:06 AM
http://thinkprogress.org/health/2013/10/22/28...

A CNN host confronted a Republican congresswoman on Tuesday for dismissing some of the successes uninsured people have had in signing up for Obamacare, accusing the GOP lawmaker of rooting for the law’s failure.

The heated exchange came in response to comments made by Gov. Steve Beshear (D-KY), who told CNN that his state-operated exchange, Kynect, is working well in Kentucky.“We’re signing up people at roughly a thousand a day. It’s a great rate and a great success so far,” he told on CNN’s “New Day,” describing the market as “a gold standard because it’s working.”

Rep. Renee Ellmers (R-NC) dismissed the state’s progress, however, insisting that Obamacare has “completely failed” and arguing that the governor is praising the program for political purposes:

ELLMERS: I know you had the clip of the governor and God bless him. He’s talking about a situation that he supports. American people cannot wait for this. There are hard working taxpayers –

CAROL COSTELLO (HOST): Was the governor joshing us? Is he not telling the truth?
ELLMERS: I’m not exactly sure it is working in Kentucky…..

COSTELLO: So the governor when he says he’s signing up 1,000 people a day and wants to get the 640,000 people in Kentucky insured, he’s just saying that for political purposes?
ELLMERS: Well, you know, let’s look again at the grand scheme of things. It is a failure at monumental levels.[...]

COSTELLO: But you’re discounting everything that the Kentucky governor is saying. Instead of sitting down with him and saying, governor, let’s talk and figure this out together. Let’s figure out what’s political in what you’re saying. You’re discounting what he has to say outright.

Unable to directly respond to Kentucky’s enrollment numbers, Ellmers confronted Costello, saying,“you’re getting awfully angry about this situation!” Watch it:(video at link)

Though the federal HealthCare.gov appears to face serious technical problems, state-run marketplaces like Kentucky appear adept at quickly fixing problems and are successfully enrolling people. In Kentucky, 10,766 applications for health coverage were initiated on the first day and “6,909 completed and 2,989 families were enrolled.” Nearly 150,000 New Yorkers have signed up for Obamacare and 35,528 enrollments were completed in three weeks in Washington state.

“Take a deep breath,” Beshear told CNN.“The only thing that really isn’t working right now on the federal level is the website. I’ll guarantee you that whether it’s a week from now, a month from now, two months from now, they’ll get it up and they’ll get it working. People will be signing up.”

Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#28454 Oct 23, 2013
Oh my wrote:
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Puke away, just try and keep it off your keyboard.
Ignorant bigots love to play Guilt by Association, it gives them a rationalization to hate a group of people without having to see the individual people in the group.
Now that we've identified the sickness, likes examine the fruit from the same tree, where the question becomes are all members of the faith of these 1963 terrorists the same?
Can we make generalizations about all members of this faith based on the actions of a few.
Sure you can, if you're an ignorant bigot.
Riddle me this...
What religion were these terrorists?
2 Charged in 1963 Church Blast That Killed 4 Birmingham Girls
By KEVIN SACK
Published: May 18, 2000
http://www.nytimes.com/2000/05/18/us/2-charge...
I have no good feelings or love for my enemies. Islam has declared war on us and would like to see us all dead.
All your denials will do nothing to change that.
I will post this to you again dear fool.
http://www.thereligionofpeace.com/

http://www.thereligionofpeace.com/pages/ameri...

Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#28455 Oct 23, 2013
Oh my wrote:
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Then you would agree that the actions of a few can not be attributed to all members of a group, whether that group be a religion or a political party.
Perhaps you should try and explain this to Synergy and Big Dave1 since they still don't get it.
When a country is at war one can't just walk up and ask a person, "are you my enemy"? When we were at war with Japan all of the Japanese people were our enemies. I am sure there were some Japanese that didn't believe in what their country was doing and was against the war. So what? Do we just ignore the enemies that wish to kill us because there are a few that might not feel that way? How do we tell which one wants to hurt us and which one doesn't? Sometimes all will be punished as that is the only way to win a war.
Wakeup so called peaceful Muslim, and tell your people to knock of the acts of war against us and the rest of the world and we just might be able to get along.

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Douglasville, GA

#28456 Oct 23, 2013
Complete Idiots wrote:
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But, but, but... surely they couldn't be Christians... because that would mean that all Christians are hate-filled murdering terrorists. I mean, if all Muslims are terrorists, that must mean that all Christians are hate-filled murdering terrorists. Sqyntergy and Fat Dave think so.
http://www.thereligionofpeace.com/pages/ameri...

http://www.thereligionofpeace.com/

Look at the whole page on these sites.
The more you write the dumber you look.
Informed Opinion

United States

#28457 Oct 23, 2013
guest wrote:
<quoted text>Democrat schmemocratÂ….Republican schmepublicanÂ…..You're stuck on inane irrelevance. They were hard core fanatical CONSERVATIVESÂ….maybe you can figure out the relevancy of that fact. It is quite obvious that you modern day hard core fanatical conservatives just can't own up to your own history.
If only they were "Conservatives".

They are really just "Reactionaries", angry that democracy and progress has passed them by, and angry that their share of government programs might be reduced.

True Conservatives support ObamaCare and its encouraging personal responsibility; dramatic cuts to the War Department and it's corporate welfare basis; increased taxes to pay down the deficit and debt; and limits to political spending to avoid the rich and powerful from simply buying politicians and judges.

Those are True Conservative positions.

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#28458 Oct 23, 2013
Oh my wrote:
Confronted With Example Of Obamacare Success, GOP Rep Freaks Out
BY IGOR VOLSKY ON OCTOBER 22, 2013 AT 11:06 AM
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Though the federal HealthCare.gov appears to face serious technical problems, state-run marketplaces like Kentucky appear adept at quickly fixing problems and are successfully enrolling people. In Kentucky, 10,766 applications for health coverage were initiated on the first day and “6,909 completed and 2,989 families were enrolled.” Nearly 150,000 New Yorkers have signed up for Obamacare and 35,528 enrollments were completed in three weeks in Washington state.
“Take a deep breath,” Beshear told CNN.“The only thing that really isn’t working right now on the federal level is the website. I’ll guarantee you that whether it’s a week from now, a month from now, two months from now, they’ll get it up and they’ll get it working. People will be signing up.”
This article is confusing registrations with enrollees. 134,000 New Yorkers may have REGISTERED, but as of Friday NOT ONE had enrolled.

"In New York, one of only 16 states that has its own exchange, not one person had succeeded in using the site to enroll in a plan as of Friday."

"Sebelius’ department also faces fire for taking too long to issue specifications to contractors working on software for the website and for failing to hire a contractor to manage the many companies working on parts of the site.
Another top administration official, Office of Management and Budget Director Sylvia Burwell, would not guarantee on Friday that problems with the site will be fixed by Dec. 14.
That’s the deadline for buying policies that kick in next year, when Americans who lack health insurance will start to face fines under Obamacare’s individual mandate."

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/politics/whit...
gored moniker thingy

Cordele, GA

#28459 Oct 23, 2013
Complete Idiots wrote:
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You look just great in that tin foil hat.
Personally, I think that him and big dummy would both look better in one of those little caps with the propeller on top- but I suppose that either is appropriate.
Complete Idiots

Blairsville, GA

#28460 Oct 23, 2013
Bigdave1 wrote:
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http://www.thereligionofpeace.com/pages/ameri...
http://www.thereligionofpeace.com/
Look at the whole page on these sites.
The more you write the dumber you look.
That's rather irrelevant, isn't it? No one, not even I, denies that a number of Muslims have harmed us. That is a fact. But because a few have been terrorists does mean that all are terrorists? If so, that also means all Christians are terrorists, because some supposed Christians have been involved in terrorism. Sorry, bub, you can't have it both ways.

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#28461 Oct 23, 2013
Complete Idiots wrote:
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But, but, but... surely they couldn't be Christians... because that would mean that all Christians are hate-filled murdering terrorists. I mean, if all Muslims are terrorists, that must mean that all Christians are hate-filled murdering terrorists. Sqyntergy and Fat Dave think so.
And I have yet to see any evidence that the Birmingham church bombers were Christians. I see a whole lot of assuming going on, but let's look at what we KNOW. They were motivated by bigotry (not religion), they were Klansman and Democrats. So class repeat after me - no religious motivation, just political and racist motivations.

No let's look at our Islamic terrorists - there's a clue right there - ISLAMIC terrorists who as they detonate their bombs (or fly planes into buildings) shout ALLAHU AKBAR - literally translated as "Allah is greater" or more commonly "God is great." - I would think even the densest among you would recognize when RELIGIOUS motivation is staring you in the face. That is NOT saying that all Muslims are terrorists, but these days the odds are good that a terrorist is a Muslim. It's called playing the percentages.

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#28462 Oct 23, 2013
Oh my wrote:
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Nope, we're not discussing the MSM, we're discussing two posters in this forum who are ignorant bigots, and thier very statements define them.
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It's very revealing that you want to split hairs over the religious affiliation of these admitted Klan members when you so proudly, and constantly, remind us of the Christian majority that makes up this nation. In fact, your hair splitting might even lead some to think that the Klan was NOT a white supremist group made up of Protestants who had a history of being anti-semetic and anti-catholic.
"trying to attribute it to Christians when religion played no part in the bombing that was carried out by some Ku Klux Klan members"
White separatism, segragation, and supremiscy are all steeped biblical justification.
"Until we see an organized outcry from Islamic leaders and clerics, it is difficult not to presume they do not really object."
This information is out there and is easy to find if you bother looking, but finding it destroys your rhetorical taking point.
"it is inarguable that the greatest terrorist threat the world faces today comes from Islamic terrorists."
Sorry, but that not the point.
The point is, which you have admitted, is that the acts of some individuals can not be attributed to all members of a group. To do so is the sign of an ignorant bigot.
You're making a false argument here. There is a difference between those who are motivated by bigotry and racism who happen to claim to belong to a religion, in the case of most of the Klan, Christianity and those whose motivation COMES from their religion - Islamic terrorists. I wouldn't think I would be giving you an unreasonable amount of credit to be able to see the difference.

I have already addressed the point about the need for Islamic leaders themselves to come out in numbers to decry the tainting of their religion. Not a rhetorical talking point, a fact.

I hardly call it an "admission" to state that the acts of some should not be attributed to all - it too is a fact. And yet time and again, members of the Left on here continue to baselessly accuse all of us on the Right of being racists and bigots - with NO EVIDENCE whatsoever to back it up, simply the fact that we disagree with Obama and Democrats - there is your "ignorant bigotry."

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#28463 Oct 23, 2013
So a White House staffer gets fired for anonymous tweets. Sounds like he sound have been fired, but I just find it interesting that sending out unflattering tweets about the administration gets you fired, but:
- targeting American citizens for exercising their First Amendment rights doesn't get you fired
- illegally sharing confidential taxpayer information doesn't get you fired
- allowing guns to "walk" into the hands of drug dealers doesn't get you fired
- not only denying security but reducing security in a known area of Islamic terrorism that results in the deaths of 4 Americans doesn't get you fired
- targeting a news reporter and his family doesn't get you fired
- spending $400 million on a failed website doesn't get you fired (yet, anyway)
and on and on.

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/oct/...
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#28464 Oct 23, 2013
Inside the Fox News lie machine: I fact-checked Sean Hannity on Obamacare
UPDATE I re-reported a Fox News segment on Obamacare -- it was appallingly easy to see how it misleads the audience
BY ERIC STERN
http://www.salon.com/2013/10/18/inside_the_fo...

I happened to turn on the Hannity show on Fox News last Friday evening.“Average Americans are feeling the pain of Obamacare and the healthcare overhaul train wreck,” Hannity announced,“and six of them are here tonight to tell us their stories.” Three married couples were neatly arranged in his studio, the wives seated and the men standing behind them, like game show contestants.

As Hannity called on each of them, the guests recounted their “Obamacare” horror stories: canceled policies, premium hikes, restrictions on the freedom to see a doctor of their choice, financial burdens upon their small businesses and so on.

“These are the stories that the media refuses to cover,” Hannity interjected.

But none of it smelled right to me. Nothing these folks were saying jibed with the basic facts of the Affordable Care Act as I understand them. I understand them fairly well; I have worked as a senior adviser to a governor and helped him deal with the new federal rules.

I decided to hit the pavement. I tracked down Hannity’s guests, one by one, and did my own telephone interviews with them.

First I spoke with Paul Cox of Leicester, N.C. He and his wife Michelle had lamented to Hannity that because of Obamacare, they can’t grow their construction business and they have kept their employees below a certain number of hours, so that they are part-timers.

Obamacare has no effect on businesses with 49 employees or less. But in our brief conversation on the phone, Paul revealed that he has only four employees. Why the cutback on his workforce?“Well,” he said,“I haven’t been forced to do so, it’s just that I’ve chosen to do so. I have to deal with increased costs.” What costs? And how, I asked him, is any of it due to Obamacare? There was a long pause, after which he said he’d call me back. He never did.

There is only one Obamacare requirement that applies to a company of this size: workers must be notified of the existence of the “healthcare.gov” website, the insurance exchange. That’s all.
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#28465 Oct 23, 2013
Bigdave1 wrote:
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http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
When a country is at war one can't just walk up and ask a person, "are you my enemy"? When we were at war with Japan all of the Japanese people were our enemies. I am sure there were some Japanese that didn't believe in what their country was doing and was against the war. So what? Do we just ignore the enemies that wish to kill us because there are a few that might not feel that way? How do we tell which one wants to hurt us and which one doesn't? Sometimes all will be punished as that is the only way to win a war.
Wakeup so called peaceful Muslim, and tell your people to knock of the acts of war against us and the rest of the world and we just might be able to get along.
You are one sick ignorant bigot,
no wonder you puke so easily.
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#28466 Oct 23, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
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http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
You're making a false argument here. There is a difference between those who are motivated by bigotry and racism who happen to claim to belong to a religion, in the case of most of the Klan, Christianity and those whose motivation COMES from their religion - Islamic terrorists. I wouldn't think I would be giving you an unreasonable amount of credit to be able to see the difference.
I have already addressed the point about the need for Islamic leaders themselves to come out in numbers to decry the tainting of their religion. Not a rhetorical talking point, a fact.
I hardly call it an "admission" to state that the acts of some should not be attributed to all - it too is a fact. And yet time and again, members of the Left on here continue to baselessly accuse all of us on the Right of being racists and bigots - with NO EVIDENCE whatsoever to back it up, simply the fact that we disagree with Obama and Democrats - there is your "ignorant bigotry."
Let' see, Synergy states that the 911 attackers were Muslims, therefore we should fear and mistrust all Muslims.

Let's see, Big Dave1 states that Islam has declared war on the West, therefore we should fear and mistrust all Muslims.

I pose the question, what religion were the 1963 church bombers, wondering, if that answer is ever discovered should we fear and mistrust all who share their religion.

Both Synergy and Big Dave1 have clearly shown themselves to be ignorant bigots and you think you can mount an argument that they aren't.

Now you're splitting hairs over what constitutes religious motivation, when racial segragation and white supremacy have a history of biblical justification to rationalize their bigoted ideology. Perhaps you are suggesting that the Klan was made up of pagan atheists, instead of the anti-semitic, anti-catholic, white protestants that fill their ranks.

Again, you want to find the denounciations by Islamic leaders against terror and violence, Google is your friend and you'll find them if you look.

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