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Reality Check

Camden, AR

#30737 Jun 11, 2014
BARNEYII wrote:
<quoted text>
Are you sure you hope it is a sign?
Now you have a Republican candidate who is a economics professor and he will not make a public statement about the minimum wage issue.
How does a conservative feel about that?
In light of how most Americans, who are uninformed about the damage a minimum wage hike will do, I feel pretty good. Most Americans support a minimum wage hike and I suspect that's why he is being silent. Smart move on his part. BTW Thad Cochran is the next establishment to fall come June 26. Lookin good for the future of America and terrible for the progressive liberals come November.
Reality Check

Camden, AR

#30738 Jun 11, 2014
Lisa wrote:
I forget the dollar amounts, But didn't Eric Cantor have several million in campaign money and Mr. Brat had only two hundred thousand? Well in this case money couldn't buy the election. This is a big sign of things to come in November.
By By tards.
Eric Cantor spen $5 million in the primary and Dave Brat spent $100K. That means Cantor outspent Brat 50-1 and still lost by 11%. Yes, I believe it is a sign of things to come and it's about time.
Reality Check

Camden, AR

#30739 Jun 11, 2014
Looks like Cantor's loss in Virginia has really shaken those liberals. There is an article on the Yahoo home page that, to me, is clearly not serious BUT Yahoo has simply put it up there as if it were a legitimate article. I wonder just how many people will take the article as fact? We do have a lot of uninformed people in America you know. Here is the "article" if you care to read it.

http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/borowit...

Since: Dec 10

Kansas City Ks.

#30740 Jun 11, 2014
Reality Check wrote:
Looks like Cantor's loss in Virginia has really shaken those liberals. There is an article on the Yahoo home page that, to me, is clearly not serious BUT Yahoo has simply put it up there as if it were a legitimate article. I wonder just how many people will take the article as fact? We do have a lot of uninformed people in America you know. Here is the "article" if you care to read it.
http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/borowit...
LMFAO , not to damn many when the closing contained this brief message..........

Photograph by AP.
Keywords
humor;
satire

Since: Dec 10

Kansas City Ks.

#30741 Jun 11, 2014
Lisa wrote:
I forget the dollar amounts, But didn't Eric Cantor have several million in campaign money and Mr. Brat had only two hundred thousand? Well in this case money couldn't buy the election. This is a big sign of things to come in November.
By By tards.
The only thing that was a sign of was naive Cantor supporters that thought they had the election won and stayed at home and didn't vote.

Brat got only got 36,110 votes, or in other words 4% of the active registered 925,841 voters in that district.

Dems. did not have a chance against Cantor, the Dems did not even hold a primary for that district. There was no Democrat in that race.

Guess what, they have one now, and now have a shot at that district.
Lisa

New Haven, CT

#30742 Jun 11, 2014
BARNEYII wrote:
<quoted text>
The only thing that was a sign of was naive Cantor supporters that thought they had the election won and stayed at home and didn't vote.
Brat got only got 36,110 votes, or in other words 4% of the active registered 925,841 voters in that district.
Dems. did not have a chance against Cantor, the Dems did not even hold a primary for that district. There was no Democrat in that race.
Guess what, they have one now, and now have a shot at that district.
I forget the dollar amounts, But didn't Eric Cantor have several million in campaign money and Mr. Brat had only two hundred thousand? Well in this case money couldn't buy the election. This is a big sign of things to come in November.

By By tards.

“The Donald for President”

Since: Mar 14

Narragansett, RI

#30743 Jun 11, 2014
Lisa wrote:
<quoted text>I forget the dollar amounts, But didn't Eric Cantor have several million in campaign money and Mr. Brat had only two hundred thousand? Well in this case money couldn't buy the election. This is a big sign of things to come in November.
By By tards.
Go Tea Party candidates! Let's take America back! Taxed Enough Already!
Chuy

Dallas, TX

#30744 Jun 11, 2014
IMHO Cantor lost primarily because he is such a pr!ck. Even his own district got tired of his horse hockey......
Jehovah God

Batesville, AR

#30745 Jun 12, 2014
Meh, I didn't vote. Everybody's becoming too liberal anymore. And goodness I hate liberals. Just wanna knock them in the mouth.

Since: Mar 12

Location hidden

#30746 Jun 12, 2014
BARNEYII wrote:
<quoted text>
Are you sure you hope it is a sign?
Now you have a Republican candidate who is a economics professor and he will not make a public statement about the minimum wage issue.
How does a conservative feel about that?
Barney being that fry cook and goat lover who lives in Salem Arkansas,you would love to see the minimum wage raised . But if the minimum wage was raised you would loose your job because then the restaurant would hire a mentally competent person to do your job.
Reality Check

Little Rock, AR

#30747 Jun 12, 2014
BARNEYII wrote:
<quoted text>
LMFAO , not to damn many when the closing contained this brief message..........
Photograph by AP.
Keywords
humor;
satire
Once again, you cherry-pick what I said and twist it into something else. I was clearly talking about the way Yahoo posted the article on their home page not labeling it as satire. Heck, I even said in my post that I didn't believe it was a serious article. If misrepresenting someone's words in an attempt to make them look bad or to make you or your failed liberal ideology look better, then it's you that has to live with your dishonesty. The rest of us simply have to deal with it.

Since: Dec 10

Kansas City Ks.

#30748 Jun 12, 2014
Reality Check wrote:
<quoted text>
Once again, you cherry-pick what I said and twist it into something else. I was clearly talking about the way Yahoo posted the article on their home page not labeling it as satire. Heck, I even said in my post that I didn't believe it was a serious article. If misrepresenting someone's words in an attempt to make them look bad or to make you or your failed liberal ideology look better, then it's you that has to live with your dishonesty. The rest of us simply have to deal with it.
Nope, you ask a question, I answered it for you.

The rest was a cut and paste from the article your post directed me to.
Jay

Magnolia, AR

#30749 Jun 12, 2014
guest also wrote:
No I didn't.. never have and I am in my 40's!
Don't know if I ever will!
bo
Reality Check

Little Rock, AR

#30750 Jun 12, 2014
My original post without the link:

"Looks like Cantor's loss in Virginia has really shaken those liberals. There is an article on the Yahoo home page that, to me, is clearly not serious BUT Yahoo has simply put it up there as if it were a legitimate article. I wonder just how many people will take the article as fact? We do have a lot of uninformed people in America you know. Here is the "article" if you care to read it."

Your response to the original post:

"LMFAO , not to damn many when the closing contained this brief message..........
Photograph by AP.
Keywords
humor;
satire "

CLEARLY I was speaking about how Yahoo posted the article and CLEARLY you chose to respond as if I was claiming the article itself to be true. Like I said before, I even stated that I thought the article was not serious but that did not stop your liberal dishonesty.
Blaggard

Fort Smith, AR

#30752 Jun 12, 2014
It has been quite some time since I posted. After reading just this page it is good to see that some things just never change...and some people.

Anyhow I just could not resist when I saw this article:
http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/world/ext...
My first thought was "how is this possible Barney said this would all be wrapped up in May, he said they were right on track for an agreement,even insinuated I had no math skills when I said the deadline was July" Poor Barney even said that the Secretary of State was wrong when he expressed "and opinion" that it was not on track, yet here we are May a part of history and those on the ground STILL not optimistic a deal will be reached by the deadline.
On a side note I am really enjoying the continued steady self distruction of the Obama adminstration and while I am sure Barney had many ignorant comments and retorts, I just cant bring myself to waste the time to go back and read what he has said about it all.

Since: Dec 10

Kansas City Ks.

#30753 Jun 12, 2014
Reality Check wrote:
My original post without the link:
"Looks like Cantor's loss in Virginia has really shaken those liberals. There is an article on the Yahoo home page that, to me, is clearly not serious BUT Yahoo has simply put it up there as if it were a legitimate article. I wonder just how many people will take the article as fact? We do have a lot of uninformed people in America you know. Here is the "article" if you care to read it."
Your response to the original post:
"LMFAO , not to damn many when the closing contained this brief message..........
Photograph by AP.
Keywords
humor;
satire "
CLEARLY I was speaking about how Yahoo posted the article and CLEARLY you chose to respond as if I was claiming the article itself to be true. Like I said before, I even stated that I thought the article was not serious but that did not stop your liberal dishonesty.
OMG, is there no end to your ignorance.

Any person who read the tittle of the story new that was a satire piece, and if you were still stupid enough to still be wondering if it was satire or not, after reading the story, the closing of your post I C&P tells you plainly it is "SATIRE" - Unquote

This protest you insist on perpetuating would only be correct if you would have said:

I wonder how many people will take the article as fact, before reading it ?

Since: Dec 10

Kansas City Ks.

#30754 Jun 12, 2014
Blaggard wrote:
It has been quite some time since I posted. After reading just this page it is good to see that some things just never change...and some people.
Anyhow I just could not resist when I saw this article:
http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/world/ext...
My first thought was "how is this possible Barney said this would all be wrapped up in May, he said they were right on track for an agreement,even insinuated I had no math skills when I said the deadline was July" Poor Barney even said that the Secretary of State was wrong when he expressed "and opinion" that it was not on track, yet here we are May a part of history and those on the ground STILL not optimistic a deal will be reached by the deadline.
On a side note I am really enjoying the continued steady self distruction of the Obama adminstration and while I am sure Barney had many ignorant comments and retorts, I just cant bring myself to waste the time to go back and read what he has said about it all.
You should only beat one dead horse at a time.

You would come across only half as ignorant.

Since: Dec 10

Kansas City Ks.

#30755 Jun 12, 2014
Blaggard wrote:
It has been quite some time since I posted. After reading just this page it is good to see that some things just never change...and some people.
Anyhow I just could not resist when I saw this article:
http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/world/ext...
My first thought was "how is this possible Barney said this would all be wrapped up in May, he said they were right on track for an agreement,even insinuated I had no math skills when I said the deadline was July" Poor Barney even said that the Secretary of State was wrong when he expressed "and opinion" that it was not on track, yet here we are May a part of history and those on the ground STILL not optimistic a deal will be reached by the deadline.
On a side note I am really enjoying the continued steady self distruction of the Obama adminstration and while I am sure Barney had many ignorant comments and retorts, I just cant bring myself to waste the time to go back and read what he has said about it all
"yet here we are May"

I don't know where you live, but it is the month of June, 2014 here.

Being you weigh the opinion of "those on the ground", what ever the Hell that is, so highly then the opinion of those directly involved in the negotiations should be valued highly as well, correct?

Try this opinion from the horses mouth:

http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/world/ira...
Blaggard

Roland, OK

#30756 Jun 12, 2014
BARNEYII wrote:
<quoted text>
"yet here we are May"
I don't know where you live, but it is the month of June, 2014 here.
Being you weigh the opinion of "those on the ground", what ever the Hell that is, so highly then the opinion of those directly involved in the negotiations should be valued highly as well, correct?
Try this opinion from the horses mouth:
http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/world/ira...
Again you are inept at reading comprehension... what I said was "yet here we are May A PART OF HISTORY" but again I expected as much. Regarding the "horses mouth" it might surprise you to hear that the Iranian negotiators have been know to LIE in fact they have said at almost every meeting that they think a deal is forthcoming and they were the ones who refuse to agree in the end
speller feller

Conway, AR

#30757 Jun 13, 2014
BARNEYII wrote:
<quoted text>
OMG, is there no end to your ignorance.
Any person who read the tittle of the story new that was a satire piece, and if you were still stupid enough to still be wondering if it was satire or not, after reading the story, the closing of your post I C&P tells you plainly it is "SATIRE" - Unquote
This protest you insist on perpetuating would only be correct if you would have said:
I wonder how many people will take the article as fact, before reading it ?
Any person who read reality checks original post KNOWS that it was tongue-in-cheek, and was in No Way insinuating that the article was anything but satire...any person with a brain knows it.
The post was clear. Reality Check was pointing out the ridiculousness of the article which he clearly states isn't true, and in contrast, compares the stupidity of the article to the many uninformed, and stupid Americans that might actually believe it to be true.

And who shows up? None other than Barney the block head, who thinks himself wise, but is only the biggest fool of all. You'd be wise to just shut up...You are the Only One that doesn't 'get it'...but you keep trying to 'explain' it...and you don't even understand what 'it' is.
How in the world have you lived this many years without causing grave injury to yourself and/or others???

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