EyeOnTheLeft

Springdale, AR

#57 Feb 8, 2013
Mike wrote:
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I am wondering what you think about him signing the guns in church law. How do you rationalize him signing the law in your liberal mind?
As far as asking him something for me; ask him if he would be willing to sign a bill making it illegal for internet trolls like you to be banned from the internet?
Only the Left can have rights...the rest of us are to lay down and take it.

Since: Aug 10

Cathouse Mouse

#58 Feb 8, 2013
Guns in Church?..... why not?

Not a single politician courted Arkansas for their 6 electoral votes, but now Arkansas is in the headlines on CNN because of the radical bills these new Reoublicans are pushing for the Koch brothers.

Arkansas's stupidity has made us famous!

I may go on Real Time with Bill Maher.
Mike

Van Buren, AR

#60 Feb 8, 2013
Cathouse Mouse wrote:
Guns in Church?..... why not?
Not a single politician courted Arkansas for their 6 electoral votes, but now Arkansas is in the headlines on CNN because of the radical bills these new Reoublicans are pushing for the Koch brothers.
Arkansas's stupidity has made us famous!
I may go on Real Time with Bill Maher.
Tell me once again why you are angry and feel the need to write a letter.
gUeSt

Springdale, AR

#61 Feb 8, 2013
Cathouse Mouse wrote:
Guns in Church?..... why not?
Not a single politician courted Arkansas for their 6 electoral votes, but now Arkansas is in the headlines on CNN because of the radical bills these new Reoublicans are pushing for the Koch brothers.
Arkansas's stupidity has made us famous!
I may go on Real Time with Bill Maher.
Guns in Church?..... why not?

Who is Bill Maher?

Since: Aug 10

Cathouse Mouse

#62 Feb 8, 2013
Mike wrote:
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Tell me once again why you are angry and feel the need to write a letter.
I never said I'm angry, and I'm not. Nor do I feel the "need" to write the Governor,... I just wanna.
wallyworld

Mountain Home, AR

#64 Feb 8, 2013
Cathouse Mouse wrote:
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I never said I'm angry, and I'm not. Nor do I feel the "need" to write the Governor,... I just wanna.
you wanna do what?
why not go away for a long time! Since that will seem impossible why don't you wanna get a job and be a productive member of society .. become a " maker " instead of a "taker".
Mike

Van Buren, AR

#66 Feb 8, 2013
Cathouse Mouse wrote:
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I never said I'm angry, and I'm not. Nor do I feel the "need" to write the Governor,... I just wanna.
Sounds like you have a man crush on the governor and as Seinfield said, thereís nothing wrong with that.

In fact, lots of females and males with very low testosterone often get crushes on politicians. So you go girl, but donít get angry if he doesnít respond to your need for pillow-talk, after all he is a busy man.
Mike

Van Buren, AR

#67 Feb 10, 2013
How is the letter writting going?

Since: Aug 10

Cathouse Mouse

#68 Feb 10, 2013
Mike wrote:
How is the letter writting going?
Glad you asked Mike!

Writing a letter to an important authority figure such as the Governor is a little more intense that bang' out a Topix comment. It requires thought and re-writes, and editting, and proof reading ... etc.

One must take the necessary time to clearly make his point in a breif, yet intelligent well produced letter that quickly but efficiently outlines not only an issue, but includes the integrity and value that would deem said letter to be worthy of the Governors time.

Would you like to see what I have so far Mike?
guest

United States

#69 Feb 10, 2013
Cathouse Mouse wrote:
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Glad you asked Mike!
Writing a letter to an important authority figure such as the Governor is a little more intense that bang' out a Topix comment. It requires thought and re-writes, and editting, and proof reading ... etc.
One must take the necessary time to clearly make his point in a breif, yet intelligent well produced letter that quickly but efficiently outlines not only an issue, but includes the integrity and value that would deem said letter to be worthy of the Governors time.
Would you like to see what I have so far Mike?
You misspelled "brief ".
guest

Jonesboro, AR

#70 Feb 10, 2013
Cathouse Mouse wrote:
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Glad you asked Mike!
Writing a letter to an important authority figure such as the Governor is a little more intense that bang' out a Topix comment. It requires thought and re-writes, and editting, and proof reading ... etc.
One must take the necessary time to clearly make his point in a breif, yet intelligent well produced letter that quickly but efficiently outlines not only an issue, but includes the integrity and value that would deem said letter to be worthy of the Governors time.
Would you like to see what I have so far Mike?
Why exactly do you feel the need to broadcast to the public your intention to write a politician? You need someone to pat you on the back? We can't punch your ticket for you - sorry. Maybe if you quit wasting your time posting here you'd already have it written (if it's so important). So a letter has to be a polished novel to rate the governor's attention? A less educated citizen's letter would not merit the governor's attention? Quit giving yourself a handjob. Or at least go somewhere else and do it in private. Pompous jerk.

Since: Aug 10

Cathouse Mouse

#71 Feb 10, 2013
guest wrote:
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Why exactly do you feel the need to broadcast to the public your intention to write a politician? You need someone to pat you on the back? We can't punch your ticket for you - sorry. Maybe if you quit wasting your time posting here you'd already have it written (if it's so important). So a letter has to be a polished novel to rate the governor's attention? A less educated citizen's letter would not merit the governor's attention? Quit giving yourself a handjob. Or at least go somewhere else and do it in private. Pompous jerk.
"It is my hope that many Dems follow my lead and let Gov Beebe know that we are all out here and need a voice."

- Post #1.

Since: Aug 10

Cathouse Mouse

#72 Feb 10, 2013
guest wrote:
<quoted text>You misspelled "brief ".
nunk-uhh,... that's the way I spell it.
Mike

Van Buren, AR

#73 Feb 10, 2013
Cathouse Mouse wrote:
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Glad you asked Mike!
Writing a letter to an important authority figure such as the Governor is a little more intense that bang' out a Topix comment. It requires thought and re-writes, and editting, and proof reading ... etc.
One must take the necessary time to clearly make his point in a breif, yet intelligent well produced letter that quickly but efficiently outlines not only an issue, but includes the integrity and value that would deem said letter to be worthy of the Governors time.
Would you like to see what I have so far Mike?
No, I want to see the form letter he writes back to you.
guest

United States

#74 Feb 10, 2013
Cathouse Mouse wrote:
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"It is my hope that many Dems follow my lead and let Gov Beebe know that we are all out here and need a voice."
- Post #1.
Need a voice?? What? Lose yours??

Since: Aug 10

Cathouse Mouse

#75 Feb 10, 2013
Mike wrote:
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No, I want to see the form letter he writes back to you.
You got it Mike!
guest

Jonesboro, AR

#76 Feb 10, 2013
Cathouse Mouse wrote:
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"It is my hope that many Dems follow my lead and let Gov Beebe know that we are all out here and need a voice."
- Post #1.
I suspect a man who has managed to get himself elected governor on the democratic ticket already knows there are democrats around. And we already have a voice too - or at least I do. A reasonably person might interpret your words and actions as you trying to set yourself up as a self-appointed leader.

Since: Aug 10

Cathouse Mouse

#77 Feb 10, 2013
guest wrote:
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I suspect a man who has managed to get himself elected governor on the democratic ticket already knows there are democrats around. And we already have a voice too - or at least I do. A reasonably person might interpret your words and actions as you trying to set yourself up as a self-appointed leader.
... of what?
guest

Jonesboro, AR

#79 Feb 10, 2013
Cathouse Mouse wrote:
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... of what?
Face it. You're desperate for attention. And you only respond to what you want to respond to. Obvious flaws pointed out you ignore. The road to heck is paved with good intentions. You are good intentions run amok.

Since: Aug 10

Cathouse Mouse

#80 Feb 10, 2013
guest wrote:
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Face it. You're desperate for attention. And you only respond to what you want to respond to. Obvious flaws pointed out you ignore. The road to heck is paved with good intentions. You are good intentions run amok.
Your issue with me is that I only respond to what I choose to here on Topix?

You set the bar high don't ya Scooter?

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