“God Bless America”

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#23 Nov 1, 2010
Intuit wrote:
To Intuit:

So you are a dude huh? I would say that is fortunate for the female gender.

It would take someone bigger and smarter than you for hand me any thing. The closet your hand has gotten to an arz is when you wipe yours and the paper tears. Kinda sounds like your crappy life.

Your kids are college educated and one on an athletic scholorship. Hmmmm both of mine are and the older on got his ride based on scholorship and ia a Microbiologist with a Ph.D in Genetics and Immunology working for one of the largest Pharmaceuticaal Companies in the World. The youngest a Marine who used his GI Bill to get his college education and is a a CPA. In fact of they had the time they would the Dr. would get an M.D. degree and the CPA a law degree.

I did not say you didn't listen to the debate; you didn't listen. You link showed Stevie D. statng jobs are gaining ... false 400K jobs lost in Ohio and more as we speak. Him pinning a medal on the soldier was simply timing. It was explained in the debate ( shoulda listened). The Medal (Purple Heart) came as a result of Chabots efforts and the Medal arrived after Chabot left office. THAT WAS EXPLAINED ON DURING THE DEBATE AND STEVIE D. DID NOT REFUTE IT. Stevie just can't aclnowledge that he was not instrumental in securing the Medal, he just presented it.

During his tenure I have written him on many times and he is for Cap and Trade no matter what he says. I have his letter.

Regarding your error about the election of Stevie and Chabot. Yep, Stevie was elected in 2008, as is said, but he joined a Democratic Congress that had been in office since 2006. So that blows your theory aand ability to reason, think and express yourself. Also blows your theory that Chabot was in Control.

Regarding the number of pages. Anyone who pays any attention to the news knows the Health Bill is around 2700-2800 pages. Chabot was generalizing,. Actually a lame attempt on your part to try to prove a negative.

Also from the time the final version was ready to vote on there were only a few days to vote, As the wicked witch of the west Pelosi said we have to pass it to see what is in it, basically saying it hadn't been read. Stevie D. was on TV in a news cast dividing up the pages among his staff asking them to review the pages they were reponsible for. Review and give me a book report; I hope you remember those. Regarding Harry Potter I have no clue as I don't read such bilge, but Stevie D? I don't want NON-ELECTED staffers responsible for reviewing Bills. As a Rep. that is his/hers responsibility.

Here is a link for you reiterating Stevie's position of voting no before he voted yes:http://thehill.com/homenew s/house/126605-house-dems-who- pushed-health-bill-to-passage- face-grim-election-day.

http://thevirtuousrepublic.com/ ...

http://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box/house-rac ...

Just a few links.

Tea Party ... Nope not interested.

You also need to learn the difference between less and fewer.

We are losing jobs as we speak. The only area to create jobs is the Governement. Forecloses are down. I'm a retired Realtor. Bankruptcies are up.

You did not nail my ass to anything exceot in your minute mind.

Sorry that you wasted your vote and very sad that you are a Progressive. You know rogressive is akin to a Socialistic form of Government.

Bye, Bye and Nighty night.

“God Bless America”

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#24 Nov 1, 2010
Intuit wrote:
By the way F&H, I lived in Indy for a number of years. Nice city, bur you shouldn't confuse the Hamilton County IN, with Hamilton County OH. ;-P :-D
Indy is in Marion County not Hamilton. In fact Indy isd the entire County now except for Lawrence, Beech Grove and Speedway.

Hamilto County is north of Marion County, Noblesville and Carmel.

Since: Nov 07

Hamilton, OH

#25 Nov 2, 2010
F&H, your tag says "Indy area." (You'll notice mine says Cincinnati.) I worked and lived in Carmel, IN and Westfield, IN.(miss that little Oriental eatery in Noblesville) However folks are going to ask, "where the hell is that?" Since I was literally minutes away from Indianapolis in Hamilton County, which is just North of Marion, it's easy to do the same thing that you did... just say "Indianapolis area." Mainly for fun, I poked fun at the possible connection of you living in Hamilton County Indiana, but posting comments in a Hamilton County Ohio race.

Since: Nov 07

Hamilton, OH

#26 Nov 2, 2010
I lived in Marion too, for some time. All cities have their strengths and weaknesses. The main things are having an environment that is both conducive to business and family. Basically that means, safe, with plenty of decent places to work, and good range and selection of homes. The city of the time, had those things. People complain about schools everywhere you go. By observation and experience however, slap a few uniforms on the kids and the complaints generally stop, regardless of what actually goes on there. But the dumbing-down of America *really* kicked into high gear, about a decade ago.

Since: Nov 07

Hamilton, OH

#27 Nov 2, 2010
I can see that you wisely avoided many of the points in the prior post. Also good, you're starting to turn away from the childish nonsensical

types of replies you repeatedly headed with.
Fearless and Happy wrote:
<quoted text>
To Intuit:
So you are a dude huh? I would say that is fortunate for the female gender.
Note the word, "starting."

Anyway, I would agree with you there. ;-) Who besides a Russian, would want some hairy, slender, muscular chick.:-P
Fearless and Happy wrote:
<quoted text>
It would take someone bigger and smarter than you for hand me any thing. The closet your hand has gotten to an arz is when you wipe yours and

the paper tears. Kinda sounds like your crappy life.
I officially take back, how I headed this post. After getting soooo many things wrong in the past, you're somehow continuing with additional,

baseless, assumptions and emotional appeals. Were you by any chance, ever read the story: "The Boy Who Cried Wolf" ? Ordinarily, when

folks repeatedly make the same errors, they at some point, cease. But this must be a way of life for you.
Fearless and Happy wrote:
<quoted text>
Your kids are college educated and one on an athletic scholorship. Hmmmm both of mine are and the older on got his ride based on scholorship

and ia a Microbiologist with a Ph.D in Genetics and Immunology working for one of the largest Pharmaceuticaal Companies in the World. The

youngest a Marine who used his GI Bill to get his college education and is a a CPA. In fact of they had the time they would the Dr. would get

an M.D. degree and the CPA a law degree.
You must be speaking of the Candidates' children. Mr. Driehaus's children didn't appear to be that old. Mr. Chabot is also at different

stage of his life versus the incumbent. But whatever. If you're discussing ours, you need to get that crystal ball fixed.

Since: Nov 07

Hamilton, OH

#28 Nov 2, 2010
Fearless and Happy wrote:
<quoted text>
I did not say you didn't listen to the debate; you didn't listen.
This is a nonsensical reply.
My QUOTE: "If you watched the debate, you would've known that."
Your QUOTE: "Now had you really listened to the debate ...."
My QUTOE: "now you're accusing ME of not listening to the debate, because I just NAILED you....."
Fearless and Happy wrote:
<quoted text>
You link showed Stevie D. statng jobs are gaining ... false 400K jobs lost in Ohio and more as we speak.......... You also need to learn the difference between less and fewer.
We are losing jobs as we speak. The only area to create jobs is the Governement. Forecloses are down. I'm a retired Realtor. Bankruptcies are up.
You did not nail my ass to anything exceot in your minute mind.
Sorry that you wasted your vote and very sad that you are a Progressive. You know rogressive is akin to a Socialistic form of Government.
Bye, Bye and Nighty night.
No, he's right. You've been misinformed and mislead by your Republican friends.

The unemployment percentage, numbers, has been rapidly dropping since the March high of ~11%. September's preliminary number currently shows 10%. That's a full percentage point in just 6 months. The nation in general has been showing this kind of progress. So if/once the Republicans take control, they're now poised to take advantage of a trend, that is already in progress.

As far as the 400,000 claim, you've again, been misinformed. But I don't blame you there. It hasn't been challenged. I had to do my own research to get the facts. Unfortunately we just can't rely on what ANY of ANYBODY'S ads say.

http://data.bls.gov/PDQ/servlet/SurveyOutputS...
Using the data from 2000 through current, I averaged the unemployment numbers per year, then found the difference from one year to the prior.

The difference between 2001 and 2000, was - 24,421.(loss)
The difference between 2002 and 2001, was - 76,148.
The difference between 2003 and 2002, was - 26,624.
The difference between 2004 and 2003, was + 1,324.(gain)
The difference between 2005 and 2004, was + 16,113.
The difference between 2006 and 2005, was + 21,494.
The difference between 2007 and 2006, was - 12,084.(loss)
The difference between 2008 and 2007, was - 61,090.
The difference between 2009 and 2008, was -214,493.
The difference between 2010 and 2009, was - 20,151.(Sept - Preliminary)

Totals since 2007,-295,734.(bit short from the 400,000 we keep hearing, but whatever) Totals from before then,-100,346.(NOTE: The numbers from 1999 aren't available there.) So essentially speaking, the prior Governor, Republican Bob Taft,(Jan 99 Jan 2007) under ***MUCH*** better circumstances, didn't create ANY jobs. In fact, lost over 33% or 1/3 of the ~300,000 total. So imagine how bad it might've been under the same kind of leadership that helped create the mess to start with !?!!

Opinion Blog:
http://blog.cleveland.com/letters/2010/07/ohi...

Also:
http://politifact.com/truth-o-meter/statement...

But the bottom line is, we're hemorrhaging jobs because we keep buying manufactured goods from overseas. In the long or short term, there is little any Governor can do until we as consumers, change our buying habits.

Also, this is rather telling:
http://governor.ohio.gov/default.aspx...
1.8.07 - Strickland Takes Oath of Office; Issues Executive Order Tightening Ethics Rules

Since: Nov 07

Hamilton, OH

#29 Nov 2, 2010
Fearless and Happy wrote:
<quoted text>
Him pinning a medal on the soldier was simply timing. It was explained in the debate ( shoulda listened). The Medal (Purple Heart) came as a result of Chabots efforts and the Medal arrived after Chabot left office. THAT WAS EXPLAINED ON DURING THE DEBATE AND STEVIE D. DID NOT REFUTE IT. Stevie just can't aclnowledge that he was not instrumental in securing the Medal, he just presented it.
Personally speaking, I didn't even like the fact that Driehaus brought that up. It's purely playing politics. Generally, our service men and women, do their jobs without asking for praise. While it is his responsibility to garnish them, he should do his duty without attempting to score points for simply performing that duty; just as those service men and women do.

Now that aside, Driehaus's point was that, he goes above and beyond to do WHATEVER IS REQUIRED, to GET, the job DONE. That much I can agree with. Chabot dropped the ball on that one and I think there's enough of a difference between the two candidates in that area, for Driehaus to find some way of making a point out of it. I just wish he could've picked a more, honorable, example out of the many. The example that was used, just seemed a bit petty.
Fearless and Happy wrote:
<quoted text>
During his tenure I have written him on many times and he is for Cap and Trade no matter what he says. I have his letter.
I simply can't find anything to backup your claims on C&T and Stimulus. If there were even an ounce of truth to that, ordinarily Republicans, like the Healthcare bill, would be plastering this all over their campaign ads. No references found in any online news articles either. Despite that, I can partially believe your claim on Cap&Trade; but like with HealthCare, there is very likely some important part on the matter, that you're conveniently leaving out.

Since: Nov 07

Hamilton, OH

#32 Nov 2, 2010
Fearless and Happy wrote:
<quoted text>
Here is a link for you reiterating Stevie's position of voting no before he voted yes:http://thehill.com/homenew s/house/126605-house-dems-who- pushed-health-bill-to-passage- face-grim-election-day.
http://thevirtuousrepublic.com/ ...
http://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box/house-rac ...
Just a few links.
Tea Party ... Nope not interested.
I see no reference to Cap&Trade, nor Stimulus in those links. We already went over HealthCare, and the fact that this promise, was circumstantially based. Since that condition,(additional anti-abortion protections,) was satisfied, he voted YES. He never broke his word. You've been informed on that point. If you continue to press it, I will assume that you're flat out again lying. The links seem largely irrelevant in fact; tempted to wonder their posting was simply a spam attempt; artificially lifts their position in Google results.

Since: Nov 07

Hamilton, OH

#33 Nov 2, 2010
Pssst... you got you ass handed to you... again.

Regarding the post mentioning Mr. Taft, obviously I recycled my post from the Governor thread. Just substitute the names and consider the fact that Driehaus started in 2009, not 2007. So he came into office while a trend was already WELL into play.

“God Bless America”

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#34 Nov 2, 2010
Intuit wrote:
<quoted text>
Personally speaking, I didn't even like the fact that Driehaus brought that up. It's purely playing politics. Generally, our service men and women, do their jobs without asking for praise. While it is his responsibility to garnish them, he should do his duty without attempting to score points for simply performing that duty; just as those service men and women do.
Now that aside, Driehaus's point was that, he goes above and beyond to do WHATEVER IS REQUIRED, to GET, the job DONE. That much I can agree with. Chabot dropped the ball on that one and I think there's enough of a difference between the two candidates in that area, for Driehaus to find some way of making a point out of it. I just wish he could've picked a more, honorable, example out of the many. The example that was used, just seemed a bit petty.
<quoted text>
I simply can't find anything to backup your claims on C&T and Stimulus. If there were even an ounce of truth to that, ordinarily Republicans, like the Healthcare bill, would be plastering this all over their campaign ads. No references found in any online news articles either. Despite that, I can partially believe your claim on Cap&Trade; but like with HealthCare, there is very likely some important part on the matter, that you're conveniently leaving out.
http://hcrp.blogspot.com/2009/06/driehaus-wro...

“God Bless America”

Since: Apr 07

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#35 Nov 2, 2010
Intuit wrote:
<quoted text>
Personally speaking, I didn't even like the fact that Driehaus brought that up. It's purely playing politics. Generally, our service men and women, do their jobs without asking for praise. While it is his responsibility to garnish them, he should do his duty without attempting to score points for simply performing that duty; just as those service men and women do.
Now that aside, Driehaus's point was that, he goes above and beyond to do WHATEVER IS REQUIRED, to GET, the job DONE. That much I can agree with. Chabot dropped the ball on that one and I think there's enough of a difference between the two candidates in that area, for Driehaus to find some way of making a point out of it. I just wish he could've picked a more, honorable, example out of the many. The example that was used, just seemed a bit petty.
<quoted text>
I simply can't find anything to backup your claims on C&T and Stimulus. If there were even an ounce of truth to that, ordinarily Republicans, like the Healthcare bill, would be plastering this all over their campaign ads. No references found in any online news articles either. Despite that, I can partially believe your claim on Cap&Trade; but like with HealthCare, there is very likely some important part on the matter, that you're conveniently leaving out.
Google being over your head here is a link.

http://www.bucksright.com/cap-and-trade-vote-...

“God Bless America”

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#36 Nov 2, 2010
Intuit wrote:
Pssst... you got you ass handed to you... again.
Regarding the post mentioning Mr. Taft, obviously I recycled my post from the Governor thread. Just substitute the names and consider the fact that Driehaus started in 2009, not 2007. So he came into office while a trend was already WELL into play.
The only ass you have is yours and it is solidly in your hand. Sadly you can;t find anyone else to help you.

Sad, truly sad.

Nice try dudette!

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#37 Nov 2, 2010
Intuit wrote:
I lived in Marion too, for some time. All cities have their strengths and weaknesses. The main things are having an environment that is both conducive to business and family. Basically that means, safe, with plenty of decent places to work, and good range and selection of homes. The city of the time, had those things. People complain about schools everywhere you go. By observation and experience however, slap a few uniforms on the kids and the complaints generally stop, regardless of what actually goes on there. But the dumbing-down of America *really* kicked into high gear, about a decade ago.
You lived in Marion or Marion County; there are both?

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#38 Nov 2, 2010
Intuit wrote:
I can see that you wisely avoided many of the points in the prior post. Also good, you're starting to turn away from the childish nonsensical
types of replies you repeatedly headed with.
<quoted text>
Note the word, "starting."
Anyway, I would agree with you there. ;-) Who besides a Russian, would want some hairy, slender, muscular chick.:-P
<quoted text>
I officially take back, how I headed this post. After getting soooo many things wrong in the past, you're somehow continuing with additional,
baseless, assumptions and emotional appeals. Were you by any chance, ever read the story: "The Boy Who Cried Wolf" ? Ordinarily, when
folks repeatedly make the same errors, they at some point, cease. But this must be a way of life for you.
<quoted text>
You must be speaking of the Candidates' children. Mr. Driehaus's children didn't appear to be that old. Mr. Chabot is also at different
stage of his life versus the incumbent. But whatever. If you're discussing ours, you need to get that crystal ball fixed.
Nope, I was referring to my son's, who are both Vet's also. Oldest was a Capt. in the Army and the Youngest a Corporal in the Marines.

Driehaus sold his kids out and if I were them I would change my name when I was old enough.

Didn't skip any of your points you just don't like my answers.

“God Bless America”

Since: Apr 07

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#39 Nov 2, 2010
Intuit wrote:
<quoted text>
I see no reference to Cap&Trade, nor Stimulus in those links. We already went over HealthCare, and the fact that this promise, was circumstantially based. Since that condition,(additional anti-abortion protections,) was satisfied, he voted YES. He never broke his word. You've been informed on that point. If you continue to press it, I will assume that you're flat out again lying. The links seem largely irrelevant in fact; tempted to wonder their posting was simply a spam attempt; artificially lifts their position in Google results.
We are not arguing the abaoprtion issue. BTW I am Pro Life. Per my son I know when life begins; I knew nefore but he just confirms it scientifically.

Ottherwise Stevie D. is a lout and liar. I wonder what Nancy P. has on him?

“God Bless America”

Since: Apr 07

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#40 Nov 2, 2010
Intuit wrote:
F&H, your tag says "Indy area." (You'll notice mine says Cincinnati.) I worked and lived in Carmel, IN and Westfield, IN.(miss that little Oriental eatery in Noblesville) However folks are going to ask, "where the hell is that?" Since I was literally minutes away from Indianapolis in Hamilton County, which is just North of Marion, it's easy to do the same thing that you did... just say "Indianapolis area." Mainly for fun, I poked fun at the possible connection of you living in Hamilton County Indiana, but posting comments in a Hamilton County Ohio race.
No Marion is north of Noblesville. Marion County is south of Noblesville. More peolple than you would imagine know where Noblesville is because of Connor Prairie Farm.

Been to both Noblesville and Carmel many times and currently live in Cincinnati. I guess you prove kooks live here too.

Since: Nov 07

Hamilton, OH

#41 Nov 2, 2010
A congratulations is on order for your election results.:-)
http://www.wcpo.com/generic/news/political/el...

Though Republicans almost always manage to loose the debates...
http://zfacts.com/p/318.html
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/01/29/obam...
http://www.examiner.com/progressive-in-new-or...
http://www.whitehouse.gov/photos-and-video/vi...

...they always win the soundbites.

In the end, that, and how the districts are drawn, are what matters.

Since: Nov 07

Hamilton, OH

#42 Nov 2, 2010
Fearless and Happy wrote:
<quoted text>
You lived in Marion or Marion County; there are both?
What !? Are you, dense ?

Well if you want to play that stupid game...
Fearless and Happy wrote:
<quoted text>
Indy is in Marion County not Hamilton....
Hamilton city Indiana is actually in Stueben county.
Fearless and Happy wrote:
<quoted text>
No Marion is north of Noblesville. Marion County is south of Noblesville. More peolple than you would imagine know where Noblesville is because of Connor Prairie Farm.
Been to both Noblesville and Carmel many times and currently live in Cincinnati. I guess you prove kooks live here too.
Use your head. YOU QUOTED ME: "...Since I was literally minutes away from Indianapolis in Hamilton County..."

Now THINK. Marion City is actually FARTHER THAN Kokomo, which itself is 45 minute drive. So in context, would it make ANY sense to reference Marion CITY, as opposed to COUNTY ? No.

But you're not an idiot and you knew that.
Fearless and Happy wrote:
<quoted text>
Google being over your head here is a link.
http://www.bucksright.com/cap-and-trade-vote-...
The disagreement was never over whether he supported it, but you knew that also.

The issue was: "... the abortion issue was not the only issue he he said he wouldn't vote for. Try Cap and Trade, the bail-outs, etc...."

You've yet to backup your BS claim.
It's apparent he never made any such promise on C&T, Stimulus, etc; as you originally stated.
Fearless and Happy wrote:
Didn't skip any of your points you just don't like my answers.
You've skipped even more this time around.

Also, what you meant say is: "I didn't skip any of your points, I just don't have any answers."

==========

Look, this is obviously a clear mismatch.

Let me use your own quote,
"Now, that being said, grow up and get a life if you want to play with the big biys."
...except it's "boys," not "biys."

PS: I normally show folks respect, but you've behaved like a total ass in relation to Mrs. Pelosi, Mr. Driehaus; who aren't here to defend themselves. That shows cowardice AND ignorance as far as I'm concerned. You'll notice I did no such thing with Mr. Chabot. They didn't lie to you, they did not at any point disrespect you or the voter. Whether you realize it or not, these are REAL hardworking individuals, with real families, not television movie characters here for your entertainment. I would hope that you'd learn a few things in this exchange, but from what I've seen, that won't likely be the result. Either your Mother never read, "The Boy Who Cried Wolf" to you as a child, or you simply didn't listen; but it's clear that you do not learn from your mistakes.

“God Bless America”

Since: Apr 07

Location hidden

#44 Nov 3, 2010
Intuit wrote:
<quoted text>
What !? Are you, dense ?
Well if you want to play that stupid game...
<quoted text>
Hamilton city Indiana is actually in Stueben county.
<quoted text>
Use your head. YOU QUOTED ME: "...Since I was literally minutes away from Indianapolis in Hamilton County..."
Now THINK. Marion City is actually FARTHER THAN Kokomo, which itself is 45 minute drive. So in context, would it make ANY sense to reference Marion CITY, as opposed to COUNTY ? No.
But you're not an idiot and you knew that.
<quoted text>
The disagreement was never over whether he supported it, but you knew that also.
The issue was: "... the abortion issue was not the only issue he he said he wouldn't vote for. Try Cap and Trade, the bail-outs, etc...."
You've yet to backup your BS claim.
It's apparent he never made any such promise on C&T, Stimulus, etc; as you originally stated.
<quoted text>
You've skipped even more this time around.
Also, what you meant say is: "I didn't skip any of your points, I just don't have any answers."
==========
Look, this is obviously a clear mismatch.
Let me use your own quote,
"Now, that being said, grow up and get a life if you want to play with the big biys."
...except it's "boys," not "biys."
PS: I normally show folks respect, but you've behaved like a total ass in relation to Mrs. Pelosi, Mr. Driehaus; who aren't here to defend themselves. That shows cowardice AND ignorance as far as I'm concerned. You'll notice I did no such thing with Mr. Chabot. They didn't lie to you, they did not at any point disrespect you or the voter. Whether you realize it or not, these are REAL hardworking individuals, with real families, not television movie characters here for your entertainment. I would hope that you'd learn a few things in this exchange, but from what I've seen, that won't likely be the result. Either your Mother never read, "The Boy Who Cried Wolf" to you as a child, or you simply didn't listen; but it's clear that you do not learn from your mistakes.
I do not need a geography lesson about Indiana as I was reared in the State. I have also traveled throughout the State, not all 92 Counties but quite a few. Marion is not called or named Marion CITY, it is just Marion. Whether North of Kokomo it is still north of Noblesville and Carmel as I said.

I can remember when Noblesville was a good Sunday afternoon drive from Indy on a two lane asphalt road. I remember when Carmel was a little farm town and Castleton was so small all that was there was a blinking yellow light and a heck of a good barber shop. On Allisonville Road there was a great little golf course called Sun Blest between Indy and Noblesville.

I also remember when Gatewood, now Indy Metro airport was built in the 60's. In fact my Step Dad and I were the first to land on the dirt runway. Had a great conversation with Mr. Gatewood.

The wicked witch of the West was re-elected and will be back until she quits; which I believe she will. As for both Pelosi and Driehaus they have had the last two years to defend themselves and have spent the last 6 months trying to defend the indefensable. Driehaus is where he belongs, Price Hill area. Thank God he lost. Also it is a shame Denise won but the Dems lost control of the State House.

Steve D. did vote for the Stimulus and supported the Cap and Trade legislation. Try Google you might learn something. I gave you two links. He broke his word on the Health Care Bill. I do agree with him about abortion but he didn't have to vote for the Health Care Bill.

I guess your rear has handily been handed to you and you cannot accept it.

All in all Driehaus is no more and there is no more to discuss about him.

Oh, I have read "The Boy who Cried wolf" several times throughout my three score plus years. I do not see the point of you referring to that book.

Did not intend to not answer any of your points, infact you just didn't want to read them.

It is over and so is this discussion. Cheers

Since: Nov 07

Hamilton, OH

#45 Nov 4, 2010
You may not need a Geography lesson, but you clearly need a lesson in civility.
Intuit wrote:
<quoted text>
......... it's clear that you do not learn from your mistakes.
Yep, I called it.

Pure denial mode.

One other thing, birthing Jesus and the Dalai Lama way back in 1835, doesn't give you the right to degrade and disrespect honest and hard working individuals. That is neither justification or an excuse.

Refer to them online, as you would face-to-face. If you really raised your kids right, they wouldn't call Mrs. Pelosi a *itch to her face, and neither would you. So don't repeat that BS online anywhere. I hope you don't talk to your WIFE that way. You're just pissed over the fact that Woman made it to high office. Based on your comments, I wouldn't be surprised if you refused to vote for McCain when he took on Palin. Still inclined to refer to me as a "little girl" after GYAHTYD ? Probably not. I can't even imagine how much MORE of an idiot you would've looked, trying to debate someone like Pelosi.

If you disagree, learn to disagree based upon FACTS, not fabrications, denials and BULLCRAP you can't backup.

Lastly, CONSIDER THIS: If you MUST pull a strawman ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Straw_man ), just to have a point, then consider that you never had a point to start with. If you don't like the fact that Mr. Driehaus voted for Cap & Trade, Stimulus, then simply state that. But don't fabricate BS about him promising NOT to vote for it. Don't whittle down the FACTS regarding the HealthCare promise to suit your own Confirmation Bias ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Confirmation_bia... ) type thinking.

Learn to apologize after someone (repeatedly) corrects your BULLS.

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