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

“Registered Conservative”

Since: Jul 11

Location hidden

#39626 Mar 23, 2014
AnybodyButDeal wrote:
Hilliary makes a move away. Nothing wrong with that and it's certainly a minor move compared to the Republicans running full speed to escape their idjut Bush. Heck you can't even get one Republican to mention a bush when talking about landscaping their own yard.
Listen to Republicans, when you say "Bush", they say "Forget about it".
Nope, ain't forgetting.
"In subtle moves, Hillary Clinton creates distance from Obama
Gabriel Debenedetti, Reuters
Posted: Sunday, March 23, 2014, 1:09 AM
NEW YORK - Just over a year after leaving her job as secretary of state, Hillary Clinton has offered views on foreign policy that analysts said seem part of an effort to distance herself from the Obama administration as she prepares a possible 2016 White House run."
Read more at http://www.philly.com/philly/news/politics/20...
Judging by "your name" it appears as though you would support a Republican?

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#39627 Mar 23, 2014
AnybodyButDeal wrote:
So I drive my sputtering old Chevy (Chevrodeathtrap and apple pie) with the "Obama '08" bumper sticker to the junk yard and the "Redneck in attendance" says "$75".
Me: "Worth more than that."
Redneck in attendance: "I'm a offering you more than I do if it had a "Bush" bumper sticker. Them's only bringing $25."
Bush: "Leave No Child A Dime"
Bet Bush knows we don't have 57 states with a couple more to go.

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#39628 Mar 23, 2014
AnybodyButDeal wrote:
Me: "What's a "Hilliary '16" bringing?"
Redneck in attendance: "If you are Republican, heartburn."
Me: "Seriously, man?"
Redneck in attendance: "If she;'s still running, I'll give you $500."
Me: "Oh, Hilliary's definitely running."
Redneck in attendance: "I mean the car, dude. If the car is still running."
Me: "This is insane."
Redneck in attendance: "Oh, insanity. Well them Palins and Bachmanns don't bring much at all. But you seem like a nice librul. So for I'll take a Palin or Bachmann if you give me $25. To take the pair."
Bet he knows we don't have 57 states with a couple more to go.

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#39629 Mar 23, 2014
same wrote:
<quoted text>
and let's not forget this.........."As secretary of state, Clinton was a key player in a U.S. effort to reset relations with Russia, a policy that critics say now appears to be a glaring failure."
ole Hillary the dillary..........with a cross of Benghazi to bear on her resume..........she will just be the sacrificial lamb for the libroids in 2016..........a red tide is rising dummy..........
"Just two weeks earlier, Clinton was forced to backtrack after she drew parallels between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler at a closed-door fund-raiser. In comments leaked to the media by a local reporter who attended the event, Clinton said Putin's justifications for his actions in the Crimean region were akin to moves Hitler made before World War II.
"I'm not making a comparison, certainly, but I am recommending that we can perhaps learn from this tactic that has been used before," she said the next day in Los Angeles.
As secretary of state, Clinton was a key player in a U.S. effort to reset relations with Russia, a policy that critics say now appears to be a glaring failure.
Clinton's recent rhetoric on Iran and Russia is part of a renewed focus on foreign policy for the former first lady and New York senator, who is widely considered the Democratic front-runner in 2016 if she chooses to run."
http://www.philly.com/philly/news/nation_worl...
Don't upset poor little ABD. He won't understand your post. All he does is cut and paste. He doesn't even know that we've had a different president for over five years now. I just humor him to keep from hurting his feelings.:)
same

Jefferson, GA

#39630 Mar 23, 2014


"Far right set to surge in French local elections"

Hmmmmmmmmmmm..........looks like America is not the only country fed up with leftist socialists..........


http://news.yahoo.com/far-set-surge-french-lo...

loves you

Dahlonega, GA

#39631 Mar 23, 2014
Synergy wrote:
<quoted text>
FOX News is #1.
Just keep listening to YOUR Air America.
I do listen to FNC and MSNBC a couple times a week for the fun of it, both channels are targeted to certain political demographics. Anyone with an open mind will see that at once.
Plus FNC is owned Murdock, a billionaire good at making money. He has and will put anything on TV or in one of his tabloid papers to make a profit. You might remember the lawsuits in England where Murdock's paper had bribed politicians.

Fox News Channel is the number one rated CABLE news channel. MSNBC is a distant but growing second. That doesn't claim to include mainstream network broadcast news, ABC, CBS and NBC. FNC has been #1 for a long time, but the ratings are not what they used to be. The reason for the ratings is simple, they are a conservative Republican news channel. The on air people are conservative Republicans, most donate and attend conservative Republican functions, including Tea Party rallies. They have several conservative Republican failed politicians who are on air commentators. The network donates million to conservative Republican causes. And its the only place conservative republicans can go to get 24 hours a day opinions mixed in with a little news that is in complete agreement with what they want to believe. The do have a couple of Democrats on air, they use they as targets, they don't put up much of a fight because they know what the outcome will be before the conversation starts, anyone that watches sees that. Plus they get paid more at FNC than they could get anywhere else, giving Fox the "fair and balanced" bull they claim is true, its not.. One blemish on FNC is their inability to get younger views to stay and watch. The networks is in decline, has been for years, reason is their average viewers age is in the mid 60's, they are dying off and not being replaced. Young people see threw the fog that is FNC and realize its a show, a show that is polarizing the U.S. for profit. Making you a clueless co-conspirator to the downfall of our great nation. Keep up the good work, China just loves you.
same

Jefferson, GA

#39633 Mar 23, 2014


Sample of a common core math problem..........

"Angry Mother Destroys Common Core by writing this on her son’s test"


http://conservativebyte.com/2014/03/angry-mot...

Can anyone figure it out???????? certainly NOT a libroid..........


http://conservativebyte.com/2014/03/angry-mot...

same

Jefferson, GA

#39634 Mar 23, 2014

And now for the nasty rich news..........or as some may say, "ole pedophile Bill" in the news again..........



"Bill Clinton identified in lawsuit against his former friend and pedophile Jeffrey Epstein who had 'regular' orgies at his Caribbean compound that the former president visited multiple times"


http://www.blacklistednews.com/Bill_Clinton_i...

“Registered Conservative”

Since: Jul 11

Location hidden

#39635 Mar 23, 2014
loves you wrote:
<quoted text>
I do listen to FNC and MSNBC a couple times a week for the fun of it, both channels are targeted to certain political demographics. Anyone with an open mind will see that at once.
Plus FNC is owned Murdock, a billionaire good at making money. He has and will put anything on TV or in one of his tabloid papers to make a profit. You might remember the lawsuits in England where Murdock's paper had bribed politicians.
Fox News Channel is the number one rated CABLE news channel. MSNBC is a distant but growing second. That doesn't claim to include mainstream network broadcast news, ABC, CBS and NBC. FNC has been #1 for a long time, but the ratings are not what they used to be. The reason for the ratings is simple, they are a conservative Republican news channel. The on air people are conservative Republicans, most donate and attend conservative Republican functions, including Tea Party rallies. They have several conservative Republican failed politicians who are on air commentators. The network donates million to conservative Republican causes. And its the only place conservative republicans can go to get 24 hours a day opinions mixed in with a little news that is in complete agreement with what they want to believe. The do have a couple of Democrats on air, they use they as targets, they don't put up much of a fight because they know what the outcome will be before the conversation starts, anyone that watches sees that. Plus they get paid more at FNC than they could get anywhere else, giving Fox the "fair and balanced" bull they claim is true, its not.. One blemish on FNC is their inability to get younger views to stay and watch. The networks is in decline, has been for years, reason is their average viewers age is in the mid 60's, they are dying off and not being replaced. Young people see threw the fog that is FNC and realize its a show, a show that is polarizing the U.S. for profit. Making you a clueless co-conspirator to the downfall of our great nation. Keep up the good work, China just loves you.
I would add that all media and/or entertainment outlets are targeting certain demographics.
WasBushStupid

United States

#39636 Mar 23, 2014
Bush steps up to the plate, he swings, he misses. Bush three, strike three.

"Bush supports Common Core, says illegal immigrants are risk-takers"
Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush may be eying a run for president in 2016 on the republican ticket and every speech he makes is under a bright spotlight.

On Friday, Bush made a speech in Florida that revealed some of his stances on things like Common Core and immigration, according to the Miami-Herald.

He said that those who oppose Common Core are supporting the status quo.

"Let me tell you something. In Asia today, they don’t care about children’s self esteem. They care about math, whether they can read – in English – whether they understand why science is important, whether they have the grit and determination to be successful,” said Bush.

Watch Common Core in action at a Mobile, Alabama, elementary school

“You tell me which society is going to be the winner in this 21st Century: The one that worries about how they feel, or the one that worries about making sure the next generation has the capacity to eat everybody’s lunch?”

His position on Common Core alienates him from most of the right.

Bush also offered another difference from his base in his stance on immigration.

“People who come here legally and illegally are the risk takers,” said Bush.“If you’re living in a rural area of Guatemala and you come, you’re a bigger risk taker than those who stay.”
Bush has been called "formidable" as a candidate in the 2016 election, according to the Washington Times.

Bush is the brother of former president George W. Bush and the son of other former president George H. Bush."

http://blog.al.com/wire/2014/03/bush_supports...

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#39637 Mar 23, 2014
loves you wrote:
<quoted text>
I do listen to FNC and MSNBC a couple times a week for the fun of it, both channels are targeted to certain political demographics. Anyone with an open mind will see that at once.
Plus FNC is owned Murdock, a billionaire good at making money. He has and will put anything on TV or in one of his tabloid papers to make a profit. You might remember the lawsuits in England where Murdock's paper had bribed politicians.
Fox News Channel is the number one rated CABLE news channel. MSNBC is a distant but growing second. That doesn't claim to include mainstream network broadcast news, ABC, CBS and NBC. FNC has been #1 for a long time, but the ratings are not what they used to be. The reason for the ratings is simple, they are a conservative Republican news channel. The on air people are conservative Republicans, most donate and attend conservative Republican functions, including Tea Party rallies. They have several conservative Republican failed politicians who are on air commentators. The network donates million to conservative Republican causes. And its the only place conservative republicans can go to get 24 hours a day opinions mixed in with a little news that is in complete agreement with what they want to believe. The do have a couple of Democrats on air, they use they as targets, they don't put up much of a fight because they know what the outcome will be before the conversation starts, anyone that watches sees that. Plus they get paid more at FNC than they could get anywhere else, giving Fox the "fair and balanced" bull they claim is true, its not.. One blemish on FNC is their inability to get younger views to stay and watch. The networks is in decline, has been for years, reason is their average viewers age is in the mid 60's, they are dying off and not being replaced. Young people see threw the fog that is FNC and realize its a show, a show that is polarizing the U.S. for profit. Making you a clueless co-conspirator to the downfall of our great nation. Keep up the good work, China just loves you.
Anyone can see that if YOU repeat that enough, you MIGHT believe it. So! the mainstream - NBC, ABC and CBS don't have a LIBERAL agenda???? They don't even TRY to hide it by having conservatives on their panels. They are straight up, one sided, cull the deck liberals. Their commentators are liberals, their sponsors are liberals and their viewers are liberals. The conservatives have ONE station, ONE. The left wing extremists can't STAND it. They want it ALL. They don't WANT to be challenged. They want to spoon feed their agenda to EVERYONE. Of course, YOU support that. You are very typical. You don't want another point of view. It scares you. You libs praise CNN and they have been busted more than once for stacking the deck. I'm sure you are okay with that. They stacked it in favor of the liberals. You liberals are a pock on societies hind side as far as I am concerned. The reason? Barrack HUSSEIN Obama. The biggest fraud against this country EVER. Shameful.
BTW, FOX isn't going anywhere. You heard it here first.
WasBushStupid

United States

#39638 Mar 23, 2014
I like this part "Bush has been called "formidable" as a candidate in the 2016 election, according to the Washington Times."

Remember the Washington Times, founded by the founder of the Unification Church, Sun Myung Moon?

Remember Sun Myung Moon, owner of the Bush family?

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#39639 Mar 23, 2014
WasBushStupid wrote:
I like this part "Bush has been called "formidable" as a candidate in the 2016 election, according to the Washington Times."
Remember the Washington Times, founded by the founder of the Unification Church, Sun Myung Moon?
Remember Sun Myung Moon, owner of the Bush family?
Bet Bush knows we don't have 57 states with a couple more to go.

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#39640 Mar 23, 2014
WasBushStupid wrote:
Bush steps up to the plate, he swings, he misses. Bush three, strike three.
"Bush supports Common Core, says illegal immigrants are risk-takers"
Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush may be eying a run for president in 2016 on the republican ticket and every speech he makes is under a bright spotlight.
On Friday, Bush made a speech in Florida that revealed some of his stances on things like Common Core and immigration, according to the Miami-Herald.
He said that those who oppose Common Core are supporting the status quo.
"Let me tell you something. In Asia today, they don’t care about children’s self esteem. They care about math, whether they can read – in English – whether they understand why science is important, whether they have the grit and determination to be successful,” said Bush.
Watch Common Core in action at a Mobile, Alabama, elementary school
“You tell me which society is going to be the winner in this 21st Century: The one that worries about how they feel, or the one that worries about making sure the next generation has the capacity to eat everybody’s lunch?”
His position on Common Core alienates him from most of the right.
Bush also offered another difference from his base in his stance on immigration.
“People who come here legally and illegally are the risk takers,” said Bush.“If you’re living in a rural area of Guatemala and you come, you’re a bigger risk taker than those who stay.”
Bush has been called "formidable" as a candidate in the 2016 election, according to the Washington Times.
Bush is the brother of former president George W. Bush and the son of other former president George H. Bush."
http://blog.al.com/wire/2014/03/bush_supports...
Bet Bush knows we don't have 57 states with a couple more to go.

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#39642 Mar 23, 2014
dont make it so wrote:
<quoted text>
1. Majority rules, unless its the Tea Party who tries to rule by holding the country hostage, not exactly the way the Constitution says its supposed to be.
....
Poor thing, you just don't seem to comprehend how the Constitution or our legislative process works - those legislators who were representing what their constituents wanted were doing EXACTLY what our system allows. Well, it did until partisan Harry Reid decided to change the rules and do EXACTLY what he argued AGAINST 9 years ago:

"For people to suggest that you can break the rules to change the rules is un-American," said Reid in 2005, in response to Republicans wanting to change the rules.(Which they DID NOT do.) "The only way you can change the rule in this body is through a rule that now says, to change a rule in the Senate rules to break a filibuster still requires 67 votes. You can't do it with 60. You certainly cannot do it with 51. But now we are told the majority is going to do the so-called nuclear option. We will come in here, having the Vice President seated where my friend and colleague from Nevada is seated. The Parliamentarian would acknowledge it is illegal, it is wrong, you can't do it, and they would overrule it. It would simply be: We are going to do it because we have more votes than you. You would be breaking the rules to change the rules. That is very un-American."

"The majority can't get what they want so they break the rules to change the rules. We believe the traditions of the Senate should be maintained. We believe if you are going to change the rules in the Senate, change them legally, not illegally," Reid added.

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#39643 Mar 23, 2014
dont make it so wrote:
<quoted text>
....
2. The WHO is not a reliable source, that's not surprising coming from you. If its not in agreement with what you want to be true, its not true. Their are lots of other sources, but they won't be reliable either if they disagree with you. The WHO reports reflect the facts, live with it.
You obviously did a web search trying your best to find a source to back up your misinformation. The link to back up your belief's is dead, like your argument.
Since the link was dead, I did a web search, your "source" is nothing more than an opinion piece done in 2008 and has no bearing on the validity of the WHO reports, its one mans opinion. And you picked the parts to post, for effect more than for truth. Its like FNC, a lot of opinion mixed in with the occasional half truth. The World Health Organization has no axe to grind with the U.S., it ranks all countries showing the good and the bad.
You can find a web site to back up any opinion today, Google aliens invade, they seem to invade every day on the world wide web, don't make is so.
It's a shame you don't bother to actually READ something before having a knee jerk reaction to it - or is it a comprehension problem again? I didn't say the WHO was "unreliable", I quoted sources who stated the STUDY was using outdated data, incomplete data and had ideological positions (like a bias towards nationalized health care) factored in that had nothing to do with the quality of care. These facts made the STUDY unreliable.
And both links work just fine, it isn't my problem if you are incapable of clicking on a link properly.

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#39644 Mar 23, 2014
And I've been remiss - thanks Syn. ;)

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#39645 Mar 23, 2014
loves you wrote:
<quoted text>
.... One blemish on FNC is their inability to get younger views to stay and watch. The networks is in decline, has been for years, reason is their average viewers age is in the mid 60's, they are dying off and not being replaced. Young people see threw the fog that is FNC and realize its a show, a show that is polarizing the U.S. for profit. Making you a clueless co-conspirator to the downfall of our great nation. Keep up the good work, China just loves you.
And yet Fox News continues to have more viewers in both the 25-54 age bracket and the 35-64 age bracket - often twice that of its nearest competitor.

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#39646 Mar 23, 2014
Aggie23 wrote:
<quoted text>
And yet Fox News continues to have more viewers in both the 25-54 age bracket and the 35-64 age bracket - often twice that of its nearest competitor.
You won't get a reply. If so, it will be on another subject.
WasBushStupid

United States

#39647 Mar 23, 2014
Aggie23 wrote:
<quoted text>
And yet Fox News continues to have more viewers in both the 25-54 age bracket and the 35-64 age bracket - often twice that of its nearest competitor.
...and how odd that Fox5 in Atlanta don't even carry it.

"As previously stated, Fox News continues to be the hands-down ratings winner across the board in cable news."
http://www.mediaite.com/tv/q3-2013-cable-news...

So you are talking cable news and, of course, not everyone is glued to cable. Not everyone is glued to news.

Of course there are the Republican Zombies who cannot function without their daily directives.

Then there are those of us who don't need Faux News and do think on our own.

There are always more losers than winners in anything. Follow the crowd and you follow the losers.

Glad all this is settled.

Tell me when this thread is updated:

Subscribe Now Add to my Tracker

Add your comments below

Characters left: 4000

Please note by submitting this form you acknowledge that you have read the Terms of Service and the comment you are posting is in compliance with such terms. Be polite. Inappropriate posts may be removed by the moderator. Send us your feedback.

Brunswick Discussions

Title Updated Last By Comments
Jekyll Island Music Thread (Nov '14) 14 hr Musikologist 6
Beware. Apr 7 jbk 1
Mr. Burch Apr 2 kywife17 1
Speed Trap along the I-95 corridor in Mcintosh ... (Nov '15) Mar '18 Rachael 63
Drug problem Mar '18 Nonya 1
anyone know tony klatt and his girlfriend Mary... (Mar '09) Feb '18 Judy 18
Relocating (Mar '13) Feb '18 old man 2

Brunswick Jobs

Personal Finance

Brunswick Mortgages