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

“Vote”

Since: May 12

Houston

#41374 Aug 4, 2013
TSF.I find your comparing Nazis and Republicans to be reactionary and repulsive.Sort of like comparing democrats to Lenin.Then again....

“Vote”

Since: May 12

Houston

#41375 Aug 4, 2013
Obama and Lenin.How about that?
waco1909

Buffalo, NY

#41376 Aug 4, 2013
I also find it like comparing me to pedophiles and schizoids.Then again....I am both.

Ha Ha Ha....pedophiles and schizoids....that's me!How about that?
TSF

Holly Springs, NC

#41377 Aug 4, 2013
Significant Al Qaeda threat of unknown severity , unknown source , unknown target and unknown perpetrators . Without the Dubya colors, I dont' know if its "be afraid but don't worry" or " panic run and hide". I am sure though, that this threat was discovered by recording every American's telephone, email and blog post. It just proves the necessity of expanding the spying .
Boo

Greer, SC

#41378 Aug 4, 2013
TSF wrote:
Significant Al Qaeda threat of unknown severity , unknown source , unknown target and unknown perpetrators . Without the Dubya colors, I dont' know if its "be afraid but don't worry" or " panic run and hide". I am sure though, that this threat was discovered by recording every American's telephone, email and blog post. It just proves the necessity of expanding the spying .
You know paranoid the Democrats are, they have to know everything. They are afraid after they are out of office, someone will keep blaming them for whatever happened a decade or so later. Look what happened to "Dubya". Every little thing, it's Dubya's fault. Election fraud, 1998.......so it's not spying, it's covering the proverbial azz.
TSF

Holly Springs, NC

#41379 Aug 4, 2013
Actually, the spying started when Dubya was pres. Every phone call since 2003 has been recorded. Every cell phone, every land line, every blog post, every email. Its kind of amusing to see that the public has taken 10 years to awaken to the government voyeurism . The focus on Snowden is ridiculous because the "secret" he revealed was already known by over 500,000 US citizens by admission of the administration. Republikans and demokrats in congress had approved it years ago and recently "re-authorized " it..
Boo wrote:
<quoted text>You know paranoid the Democrats are, they have to know everything. They are afraid after they are out of office, someone will keep blaming them for whatever happened a decade or so later. Look what happened to "Dubya". Every little thing, it's Dubya's fault. Election fraud, 1998.......so it's not spying, it's covering the proverbial azz.
TSF

Holly Springs, NC

#41380 Aug 4, 2013
It just seems suspicious that suddenly , when NSA is under scrutiny and with the threat of curtailment of their activities, that they "discover" such a scary threat which has no specifics. You should just be appreciative that they are spying on you because one of your callers, maybe even your own grandma , could be plotting mayhem .
waco1909

Buffalo, NY

#41381 Aug 4, 2013
TSF wrote:
It just seems suspicious that suddenly , when NSA is under scrutiny and with the threat of curtailment of their activities, that they "discover" such a scary threat which has no specifics. You should just be appreciative that they are spying on you because one of your callers, maybe even your own grandma , could be plotting mayhem .
Sex offenders like you and me need to stick together T because there are a lot of folks out there that would whack us. Spying is the least of our worries, killer callers are.

Since: Dec 11

Location hidden

#41382 Aug 4, 2013
TSF wrote:
Significant Al Qaeda threat of unknown severity , unknown source , unknown target and unknown perpetrators . Without the Dubya colors, I dont' know if its "be afraid but don't worry" or " panic run and hide". I am sure though, that this threat was discovered by recording every American's telephone, email and blog post. It just proves the necessity of expanding the spying .
Sounds like The Ruler and the rest of the Commucrats are throwing up another smoke screen to divert attention away from their true agenda! Better read the back pages of the news to see what they're trying to cover up......again!
OR maybe it's another way for them to persuade the dumb masses that spying on every American is actually a good thing....either way, they're FOS and the dumb masses will buy right into it!

Since: Dec 11

Location hidden

#41383 Aug 4, 2013
TSF wrote:
43% of all jobs in metro areas (including Charlotte, Raleigh, Greensboro, Winston Salem , etc.)require a college BS degree or better. So NC republikan legislators want to destroy public education. Exactly how they think creating more ignorance will attract employers and improve the state economy is unclear.
Yet your, and the Commucrats answer to education is to throw more money at the problem! IT DOESN'T WORK! You can lead a horse to water but you can't make him drink. You can send a student to a govt school but you can't MAKE him learn! You make the horse thirsty and he will drink on his own will. You make the student thirsty and he will willingly learn. You make him thirsty for success and he will become thirsty. This doesn't cost boatloads of money, it's called changing of culture!
And also, can you also please explain why when I was in school, we learned in class with little to no homework. Today's govt teachers, who bitch and moan about money, send home more homework than ever before! Back then, schools were workshops where we did our bookwork, not a building where we received our homework lesson for the day. Schoolwork at home is what's called home schooling!
TSF

Holly Springs, NC

#41384 Aug 5, 2013
I think it is the second, that they are trying to convince the masses that spying on them is a good thing. Definitely something else is in the wind that attention needs to be diverted.
Pro-American wrote:
<quoted text>Sounds like The Ruler and the rest of the Commucrats are throwing up another smoke screen to divert attention away from their true agenda! Better read the back pages of the news to see what they're trying to cover up......again!
OR maybe it's another way for them to persuade the dumb masses that spying on every American is actually a good thing....either way, they're FOS and the dumb masses will buy right into it!
TSF

Holly Springs, NC

#41385 Aug 5, 2013
We are in agreement on the assessment if not completely on the cure. Kids are not motivated because they do not understand that working to educate themselves is an investment in their own future. I guess many of them do not even understand the term--investment. I agree that the cost efficiency of public schools is pathetic, but it isn't because of teachers. Its because of the army of "administrators" who think it is their job to create work for the teachers, to divert attention off teaching onto administrative hoop jumping, to create office politics that solidify the administrators position and the literally billions of dollars spent on purchasing standardized tests.. The money never trickles down to teachers and students. It gets rat holed in $100,000+ dollar administrative positions , "conferences" for administrators, cars for administrators , expenses for administrators, state testing coordinators, councilors of every imaginable euphemistic title, etc. Most of the public never encounters the recipients of this undertow of funds , they just think the entire fault is teachers. Meanwhile ,most of the teachers are accomplishing some education IN SPITE of the impediments presented by the uninformed legislature and administration. Elimination of tenure will not "get rid of bad teachers". It will only insure that those remaining are good ass kissers instead of good teachers.
Most administrators do not like good teachers because good teachers focus on education and students instead of supporting a top heavy administration. Administrators do not like good teachers because they absorb funds for students and supplies that the administrators could use for administration. Who decides which teachers are good or bad? Administrators.
Pro-American wrote:
<quoted text>Yet your, and the Commucrats answer to education is to throw more money at the problem! IT DOESN'T WORK! You can lead a horse to water but you can't make him drink. You can send a student to a govt school but you can't MAKE him learn! You make the horse thirsty and he will drink on his own will. You make the student thirsty and he will willingly learn. You make him thirsty for success and he will become thirsty. This doesn't cost boatloads of money, it's called changing of culture!
And also, can you also please explain why when I was in school, we learned in class with little to no homework. Today's govt teachers, who bitch and moan about money, send home more homework than ever before! Back then, schools were workshops where we did our bookwork, not a building where we received our homework lesson for the day. Schoolwork at home is what's called home schooling!
TSF

Holly Springs, NC

#41386 Aug 5, 2013
The NC republican legislature is operating somewhat like the Salem, Mass., witch trials. They know things need improving , but they do not understand what is causing the problem. So they invent a cause in their own minds,--witches , and proceed to viciously attack the perceived and totally manufactured cause. In doing so, they create a legacy of stupidity and ignorance that will live in infamy.
FYI

Jacksonville, FL

#41387 Aug 5, 2013
TSF wrote:
The NC republican legislature is operating somewhat like the Salem, Mass., witch trials. They know things need improving , but they do not understand what is causing the problem. So they invent a cause in their own minds,--witches , and proceed to viciously attack the perceived and totally manufactured cause. In doing so, they create a legacy of stupidity and ignorance that will live in infamy.
The only azzholes complaining about the NC Legislators are l\liggers and Wiggers. Which one are you moron?
Boo

Greer, SC

#41388 Aug 5, 2013
TSF wrote:
It just seems suspicious that suddenly , when NSA is under scrutiny and with the threat of curtailment of their activities, that they "discover" such a scary threat which has no specifics. You should just be appreciative that they are spying on you because one of your callers, maybe even your own grandma , could be plotting mayhem .
You know what, if it stops one more 9/11, Boston Bombing or any other attack, listen away. What are they going to hear, read, who cares? In this day and age, cell phones, the best of all, Facebook, no one is private anymore. It's fashionable to put one's life out for the world to see. So go ahead and monitor, it's the ones meeting in back allies that you should worry about.
Boo

Greer, SC

#41389 Aug 5, 2013
TSF wrote:
It just seems suspicious that suddenly , when NSA is under scrutiny and with the threat of curtailment of their activities, that they "discover" such a scary threat which has no specifics. You should just be appreciative that they are spying on you because one of your callers, maybe even your own grandma , could be plotting mayhem .
.reuters.com/article/2013/08/0 5/us-dea-sod-idUSBRE97409R2013 0805?feedType=RSS&feedName =topNews&rpc=71&google _editors_picks=true Snooping has been around a while.
State of Florida

Davidson, NC

#41390 Aug 5, 2013
FYI wrote:
<quoted text>The only azzholes complaining about the NC Legislators are l\liggers and Wiggers. Which one are you moron?
Typical right wing response. Some things never change. Voter supression and educational cuts are my very two favorites. Oh, one need not forget the attempt to make NC a "Christian State", something that your comment fits very well into.

“Vote”

Since: May 12

Houston

#41391 Aug 5, 2013
State of Florida wrote:
<quoted text>
Typical right wing response. Some things never change. Voter supression and educational cuts are my very two favorites. Oh, one need not forget the attempt to make NC a "Christian State", something that your comment fits very well into.
Why are you responding to the trolls? Are you aware that there are people who haunt"Topix" making crazy statements to get a rise out of people like you old boy?
Boo

Greer, SC

#41392 Aug 5, 2013
State of Florida wrote:
<quoted text>
Typical right wing response. Some things never change. Voter supression and educational cuts are my very two favorites. Oh, one need not forget the attempt to make NC a "Christian State", something that your comment fits very well into.
Why would you think that is a "right wing" response? Sounded like an racist idiot. That does not mean "right wing", it just means narrow minded. You kinda put yourself in the same category.
State of Florida

Davidson, NC

#41393 Aug 5, 2013
Boo wrote:
<quoted text>Why would you think that is a "right wing" response? Sounded like an racist idiot. That does not mean "right wing", it just means narrow minded. You kinda put yourself in the same category.
Give me a break. He was a racist idiot. Wigger and N++ger is all I hear from mamy right wingers, and you do, too. Be honest. If you don't know that and you listen to the daily converstions, you are either in denial or live in a very isolated world.

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