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“GOP Redistribution is Fascism”

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#1 Oct 21, 2013
If by 2016, Obama hasn't...

1. Instituted Sharia Law

2. Taken all your guns

3. Taken his rightful place as the Antichrist

4. Imprisoned you in FEMA prison camps

Then you have admit that you were wrong and are stupid as hell, then not vote in that year's election. Deal?

“GOP Redistribution is Fascism”

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#2 Oct 21, 2013
Taken from the web. >.<

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#3 Oct 21, 2013
Carlton McLemore wrote:
If by 2016, Obama hasn't...
1. Instituted Sharia Law
2. Taken all your guns
3. Taken his rightful place as the Antichrist
4. Imprisoned you in FEMA prison camps
Then you have admit that you were wrong and are stupid as hell, then not vote in that year's election. Deal?
Carlton, young man, facts scare the republicans.

Facts are a tea baggers nightmare. Keep up the good work.
Gene

Caruthersville, MO

#4 Oct 21, 2013
LMAO what a day on Topix! Jerry implodes on getting his know it all ass OWNED, and Carlton posts this LOL

And for you Comrade.....because we all know you read all these political and religious threads in Topix, hell YOU CREATE THE MAJORITY OF THESE THREADS!!!!!!!!!!

$5 gas by election day WOOOO HOO!!!

and to you Jerry,.(Cheech & Chong)....UP IN SMOKE...THATS WHERE YOULL ALWAYS BE.....ZEPPLIN!!!!!!!!!!

MY MOMMA TALKA TO ME SHE TELL ME HOW TO LIVE
BUT I DONT LISTEN TO HER CUZ MY HEAD IS LIKE A SIVE!!!

“Radical Islam! Radical Islam! ”

Since: Mar 08

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#5 Oct 22, 2013
Carlton McLemore wrote:
If by 2016, Obama hasn't...
1. Instituted Sharia Law
2. Taken all your guns
3. Taken his rightful place as the Antichrist
4. Imprisoned you in FEMA prison camps
Then you have admit that you were wrong and are stupid as hell, then not vote in that year's election. Deal?
1. Democrats are a lot like republicans, they don't want anything to do with Sharia law. That EVEN INCLUDES Obama.
2. Wrong. A majority of democrats would refuse to give up their guns too.
3. Everyone who knows anything about the Bible and what it says about Satan, knows Barack Obama isn't smart enough or charismatic enough. Unless he suffers a head wound (God forbid) and grows a lot more brain cells, he's a no-go as beelzabub.
4.Could happen. We'll see how people react if something unfortunate happens and the value of the dollar tanks.

I plan to vote for conservative candidates who focus on creating favorable climate for jobs and "correct" all the flaws with Obamacare. Obama has been a total train wreck disaster.
tiger high

Rayville, LA

#6 Oct 24, 2013
Gene wrote:
LMAO what a day on Topix! Jerry implodes on getting his know it all ass OWNED, and Carlton posts this LOL
And for you Comrade.....because we all know you read all these political and religious threads in Topix, hell YOU CREATE THE MAJORITY OF THESE THREADS!!!!!!!!!!
$5 gas by election day WOOOO HOO!!!
and to you Jerry,.(Cheech & Chong)....UP IN SMOKE...THATS WHERE YOULL ALWAYS BE.....ZEPPLIN!!!!!!!!!!
MY MOMMA TALKA TO ME SHE TELL ME HOW TO LIVE
BUT I DONT LISTEN TO HER CUZ MY HEAD IS LIKE A SIVE!!!
up in smoke, zepplin - what's wrong with that - i would probably add pink floyd, lynard skynard, zz top, fleetwood mac, blue oyster cult, marshall tucker, willie, waylon and the boys, scooter, hank williams, hank williams jr and his long lost son, kid rock, roy orbison, merle, the stones, doors, and my all time favorite, buffal springfield - why, you ask - hell, it's topix so i can add who or what i want!!!!- extra good batch this month - thank you gene for paying for my script!!

“GOP Redistribution is Fascism”

Since: Feb 07

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#8 Oct 24, 2013
tiger high wrote:
<quoted text>up in smoke, zepplin - what's wrong with that - i would probably add pink floyd, lynard skynard, zz top, fleetwood mac, blue oyster cult, marshall tucker, willie, waylon and the boys, scooter, hank williams, hank williams jr and his long lost son, kid rock, roy orbison, merle, the stones, doors, and my all time favorite, buffal springfield - why, you ask - hell, it's topix so i can add who or what i want!!!!- extra good batch this month - thank you gene for paying for my script!!
I think I need to help you out with some of your musical choices. Hank Jr. and Kid Schmock... blech! >.<
Jerry

Stroudsburg, PA

#9 Oct 24, 2013
Carlton McLemore wrote:
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I think I need to help you out with some of your musical choices. Hank Jr. and Kid Schmock... blech! >.<
Metallica Judis Priest AC-DC and others need added to the List, And Yeah I inhaled in High school!! unlike Slick Willie and or Obama!!!
tiger high

Rayville, LA

#10 Oct 24, 2013
Carlton McLemore wrote:
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I think I need to help you out with some of your musical choices. Hank Jr. and Kid Schmock... blech! >.<
no doubt - but i need a hellava lot of help with more than my fantastic musical choices - many of those are fond memories from concerts other than hank, roy, doors and a few others - off subject here (nothing new) but i saw the outlaws, blue oyster cult, lynard skynard and zz top all at one concert back in memphis in the early - mid 70's - only concert that ever came close was led zep and fleetwood mac in st louis, also in the 70's - the thing that makes zz top and co a little better is there was a guy running around in the stadium, dressed in cut off fatigues, offering his canteen full of kool aid to anyone - most people were afraid to take a drink, so he sat with us and we shared quite a bit - until the announcer came on and told everyone not to drink any of the kool-aid, as it was spiked with mushroom juice - he became quite a popular guy after that - one last swig and we never saw him again!!!
Dogboy

Dallas, TX

#11 Oct 24, 2013
tiger high wrote:
<quoted text>up in smoke, zepplin - what's wrong with that - i would probably add pink floyd, lynard skynard, zz top, fleetwood mac, blue oyster cult, marshall tucker, willie, waylon and the boys, scooter, hank williams, hank williams jr and his long lost son, kid rock, roy orbison, merle, the stones, doors, and my all time favorite, buffal springfield - why, you ask - hell, it's topix so i can add who or what i want!!!!- extra good batch this month - thank you gene for paying for my script!!
You go Tiger, Buffalo Springfield, my all time favorite too. Did you forget the Allman Bros.........Keep on toking ! PS tell Gene to do himself backwards
Jerry

Stroudsburg, PA

#13 Oct 24, 2013
tiger high wrote:
<quoted text>no doubt - but i need a hellava lot of help with more than my fantastic musical choices - many of those are fond memories from concerts other than hank, roy, doors and a few others - off subject here (nothing new) but i saw the outlaws, blue oyster cult, lynard skynard and zz top all at one concert back in memphis in the early - mid 70's - only concert that ever came close was led zep and fleetwood mac in st louis, also in the 70's - the thing that makes zz top and co a little better is there was a guy running around in the stadium, dressed in cut off fatigues, offering his canteen full of kool aid to anyone - most people were afraid to take a drink, so he sat with us and we shared quite a bit - until the announcer came on and told everyone not to drink any of the kool-aid, as it was spiked with mushroom juice - he became quite a popular guy after that - one last swig and we never saw him again!!!
I was AT the SAME Concert in Memphis out on the Island when Skynyrd The Outlaws and others Played Tiger High!!I'm Sure we probably know each other and or went to A few of the Same Parties, WhO KNOWS!!!!
Also Seen Led Zep in St Louis at the Checker Dome Before they tore it down, The EAGLES in Memphis REO SPeedwagon Ted Nugent on and on so many I can remember all of them!! I do remember on concert with Aerosmith Headlining and The Whole STAGE was nothing but rolled Joints thrown up there by the Audience!! Must have been close to A Half pound on the Stage!!LOL They swept it up and bagged it (The Custodians) at A mid point in the Concert...LOL
tiger high

Rayville, LA

#14 Oct 25, 2013
Dogboy wrote:
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You go Tiger, Buffalo Springfield, my all time favorite too. Did you forget the Allman Bros.........Keep on toking ! PS tell Gene to do himself backwards
lots of good sound back in the day - memphis didn't have a whole lot of entertainment back then (jerry lawler and rasslin was about it)- but they did bring some great music to town - i can remember july 4, either 75 or 76, rolling stones were at the stadium (liberty bowl)- that was another great concert - about a week or 10 days later, front page of the commerical appeal, workers at the stadium were out on the field picking out pot plants that had sprouted from the concert - but my first high actually came when i was listening to 'for what its worth' by springfield - couple of other things going on at that same time with me, but i'll just keep those moments to my self - it's a great life!!
tiger high

Rayville, LA

#15 Oct 25, 2013
Jerry wrote:
<quoted text>I was AT the SAME Concert in Memphis out on the Island when Skynyrd The Outlaws and others Played Tiger High!!I'm Sure we probably know each other and or went to A few of the Same Parties, WhO KNOWS!!!!
Also Seen Led Zep in St Louis at the Checker Dome Before they tore it down, The EAGLES in Memphis REO SPeedwagon Ted Nugent on and on so many I can remember all of them!! I do remember on concert with Aerosmith Headlining and The Whole STAGE was nothing but rolled Joints thrown up there by the Audience!! Must have been close to A Half pound on the Stage!!LOL They swept it up and bagged it (The Custodians) at A mid point in the Concert...LOL
yeah, i still have lots of t-shirts from those good concerts - every spring my wife tries to clean out my "personal room", but she has finally learned that throwing those t-shirts out is an act of war - still have my NORML t shirt with gold letters and blue shirt - it seems to have "shrunk" over the years, but oh, the good times!!!!
Jerry

Stroudsburg, PA

#16 Oct 25, 2013
I hear ya Tiger high, those were some good times!!I also liked the VFW hut parties!!Lots of good times there, Listening to Slim Pickenz!!I Did A bit of Sound Man and Roadie work for em for A coupla years man those were great times!!!
tiger high

Rayville, LA

#17 Oct 25, 2013
Jerry wrote:
I hear ya Tiger high, those were some good times!!I also liked the VFW hut parties!!Lots of good times there, Listening to Slim Pickenz!!I Did A bit of Sound Man and Roadie work for em for A coupla years man those were great times!!!
yeah, when i got back from nam in early '71 there were a few parties out at the vfw - forget the band names, but i know larry hatley was there - wendell lindsey may have still been around, not for sure - it was a good spring/summer - got a chance to re adjust to civilian life - drew unemployment (oops, sucking that ole government teat) and made a whopping $55.00 a week - thank goodness, bali-hai wine was only 75 cents a quart/5th - sometimes we would splurge and get key largo which was 95 cents a quart/5th - joe tillman, i believe, had just gotten home from the army - he, a couple other guys from the class of 69 and i had lots of fun - one class of 69 had a brother in my class and he was living in memphis - he started coming home every weekend, as he had just divorced his wife - couple of ladies from first state bank kept us busy all summer long!!

“GOP Redistribution is Fascism”

Since: Feb 07

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#18 Oct 25, 2013
tiger high wrote:
<quoted text>no doubt - but i need a hellava lot of help with more than my fantastic musical choices - many of those are fond memories from concerts other than hank, roy, doors and a few others - off subject here (nothing new) but i saw the outlaws, blue oyster cult, lynard skynard and zz top all at one concert back in memphis in the early - mid 70's - only concert that ever came close was led zep and fleetwood mac in st louis, also in the 70's - the thing that makes zz top and co a little better is there was a guy running around in the stadium, dressed in cut off fatigues, offering his canteen full of kool aid to anyone - most people were afraid to take a drink, so he sat with us and we shared quite a bit - until the announcer came on and told everyone not to drink any of the kool-aid, as it was spiked with mushroom juice - he became quite a popular guy after that - one last swig and we never saw him again!!!
I would have killed to see Zeppelin... awesome stories.
Jerry

Stroudsburg, PA

#19 Oct 25, 2013
tiger high wrote:
<quoted text>yeah, when i got back from nam in early '71 there were a few parties out at the vfw - forget the band names, but i know larry hatley was there - wendell lindsey may have still been around, not for sure - it was a good spring/summer - got a chance to re adjust to civilian life - drew unemployment (oops, sucking that ole government teat) and made a whopping $55.00 a week - thank goodness, bali-hai wine was only 75 cents a quart/5th - sometimes we would splurge and get key largo which was 95 cents a quart/5th - joe tillman, i believe, had just gotten home from the army - he, a couple other guys from the class of 69 and i had lots of fun - one class of 69 had a brother in my class and he was living in memphis - he started coming home every weekend, as he had just divorced his wife - couple of ladies from first state bank kept us busy all summer long!!
Yeah we did have fun back in the day... I hung With Henry Saywer Larry Hatley Jimmie Jones Wendell Terry Wicker Danny Young and Loads of others....We had A blast back in the day!!LOL

“GOP Redistribution is Fascism”

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#21 Oct 26, 2013
ComradeWinston wrote:
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I plan to vote for conservative candidates who focus on creating favorable climate for jobs and "correct" all the flaws with Obamacare. Obama has been a total train wreck disaster.
That's fine and all... but just what would you propose replacing it with? That's the problem. "Conservative candidates" don't have any plans. They want to keep the broken system.

"The modern conservative is engaged in one of man's oldest exercises in moral philosophy; that is, the search for a superior moral justification for selfishness." ~John Kenneth Galbraith

“Radical Islam! Radical Islam! ”

Since: Mar 08

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#22 Oct 26, 2013
Carlton McLemore wrote:
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That's fine and all... but just what would you propose replacing it with? That's the problem. "Conservative candidates" don't have any plans. They want to keep the broken system.
"The modern conservative is engaged in one of man's oldest exercises in moral philosophy; that is, the search for a superior moral justification for selfishness." ~John Kenneth Galbraith
I want to continue living in a country that works and has a plethora of choices. An oligarchy of corrupt, all powerful politicians ruling over a lower class through the IRS and NSA doesn't appeal to me.

"If you put the federal government in charge of the Sahara Desert, in 5 years there'd be a shortage of sand" Milton Friedman
Jerry

Stroudsburg, PA

#23 Oct 27, 2013
I agree Commie!!!

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