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

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#33402 Jan 25, 2013
waco1909 wrote:
<quoted text> What about your white heritage?I hear white people are good at math.
My white half likes to go to NASCAR races,dip smokeless tobacco and drink Budwieser to excess, but my black half knows better and rules.
Allen

Penrose, NC

#33403 Jan 25, 2013
TSF wrote:
No I do not beleive in one party rule, I believe in democracy. It is regretable to me that the once respectable republican party has been taken over by detestable republikans who care nothing about the USA but only for what they can squeeze out of the government. They use hate , fear mongering and pseudo ideology to win over the uneductated freaks who will follow them and vote tax breaks to the rich. As a registered independent, I looked seriously at Mitt Romney as a presidential candidate. I thought it possible that he would emerge as a leader.But he seemed to campaign against himself by insulting the British, by declaring that indigent students should forgo college loans because they could just "borrow the money from their parents", by insulting a huge segment of the voters with inane comments revealing that he was not a Mitt but a TWITT. Now , I have to endure 4 more years of whining from republikans who fail to realize that their loss was the result of presenting an idiot for a condidate.
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Here, here, well said.

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#33404 Jan 25, 2013
Arnold-Ziffel wrote:
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My white half likes to go to NASCAR races,dip smokeless tobacco and drink Budwieser to excess, but my black half knows better and rules.
Omg, I've never been to a race, I don't use any tobacco, I don't drink at all...AM I BLACK?!? White people DO look at me funny....

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#33405 Jan 25, 2013
Arnold-Ziffel wrote:
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My white half likes to go to NASCAR races,dip smokeless tobacco and drink Budwieser to excess, but my black half knows better and rules.
"DIP" oh Lord no! That's awful AZ. I'm glad at least one half of you knows better!:)

“Seek Light”

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#33406 Jan 25, 2013
Hmmm....everybody looks at me funny...come to think of it....

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#33407 Jan 25, 2013
waco1909 wrote:
<quoted text> Omg, I've never been to a race, I don't use any tobacco, I don't drink at all...AM I BLACK?!? White people DO look at me funny....
Geez, no kidding? None of those? You must be a lighter version brother. I have many of those as friends because their attitude is right. So is yours. The only thing that you really want to match in color are your socks and shoes.

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#33408 Jan 25, 2013
TSF wrote:
No I do not beleive in one party rule, I believe in democracy. It is regretable to me that the once respectable republican party has been taken over by detestable republikans who care nothing about the USA but only for what they can squeeze out of the government. They use hate , fear mongering and pseudo ideology to win over the uneductated freaks who will follow them and vote tax breaks to the rich. As a registered independent, I looked seriously at Mitt Romney as a presidential candidate. I thought it possible that he would emerge as a leader.But he seemed to campaign against himself by insulting the British, by declaring that indigent students should forgo college loans because they could just "borrow the money from their parents", by insulting a huge segment of the voters with inane comments revealing that he was not a Mitt but a TWITT. Now , I have to endure 4 more years of whining from republikans who fail to realize that their loss was the result of presenting an idiot for a condidate.
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TSF, I think there's something you're failing to grasp. I'm John Q Public, I don't know anyone that has the money to run for president nor will I ever and I'd venture to say 99% of most people voting don't have the financial capability to run for POTUS. So, you're saying me, a Republican, personally picked Mitt Romney as the Republican candidate and everyone that voted for him? By your own admission you gave pause to not vote for Obama for whatever reason, and I still don't know if you did or didn't; however, why are Republicans like me guilty of being the presenter of an idiot for a candidate? You, Mr. Independent, have a bad habit of lumping everyone into one stereotypical category based off of their affiliation to a political party. Everyone in the Republican party in your eyes are rich, greedy, Bible thumpers, against science and math (it's not I'm against math, I just suck at it), education in general, racists and rednecks. I don't know you, but we both have college degrees, my kid attended private school, yours' didn't but I believe from previous posts by you, your children as mine have done just fine, I'm a christian, I'm not greedy and I'm damn sure I pay my fair share of taxes and probably then some, I'm called a racist because I don't believe anyone of any race should get a perpetual free ride off the back of hard working citizens and the word "illegal immigrant" "undocumented worker" i.e. illegal means they're ILLEGAL, just like murder, driving drunk, speeding etc. The word "illegal" means it's against the law. I didn't make up the meaning, it's right there in the dictionary. The opposite of "legal" is "illegal", get it? Therefore, I think they should enter the country legally and if it takes a while, that's not my problem to pony up and pay benefits for them until it's LEGAL. I might be a redneck, but rest assured I'm not a skank redneck.

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#33409 Jan 25, 2013
Arnold-Ziffel wrote:
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Geez, no kidding? None of those? You must be a lighter version brother. I have many of those as friends because their attitude is right. So is yours. The only thing that you really want to match in color are your socks and shoes.
doctor says, that i'm colorblind.I should have known that, the day my mother asked me why I was leaving the house dressed in twelve different shades of pink...

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#33410 Jan 25, 2013
waco1909 wrote:
<quoted text> doctor says, that i'm colorblind.I should have known that, the day my mother asked me why I was leaving the house dressed in twelve different shades of pink...
That just means that you were Elvis

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#33411 Jan 25, 2013
Arnold-Ziffel wrote:
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That just means that you were Elvis
Minus the gut, and the bank account...

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#33412 Jan 25, 2013
Makin bacon wrote:
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TSF, I think there's something you're failing to grasp. I'm John Q Public, I don't know anyone that has the money to run for president nor will I ever and I'd venture to say 99% of most people voting don't have the financial capability to run for POTUS. So, you're saying me, a Republican, personally picked Mitt Romney as the Republican candidate and everyone that voted for him? By your own admission you gave pause to not vote for Obama for whatever reason, and I still don't know if you did or didn't; however, why are Republicans like me guilty of being the presenter of an idiot for a candidate? You, Mr. Independent, have a bad habit of lumping everyone into one stereotypical category based off of their affiliation to a political party. Everyone in the Republican party in your eyes are rich, greedy, Bible thumpers, against science and math (it's not I'm against math, I just suck at it), education in general, racists and rednecks. I don't know you, but we both have college degrees, my kid attended private school, yours' didn't but I believe from previous posts by you, your children as mine have done just fine, I'm a christian, I'm not greedy and I'm damn sure I pay my fair share of taxes and probably then some, I'm called a racist because I don't believe anyone of any race should get a perpetual free ride off the back of hard working citizens and the word "illegal immigrant" "undocumented worker" i.e. illegal means they're ILLEGAL, just like murder, driving drunk, speeding etc. The word "illegal" means it's against the law. I didn't make up the meaning, it's right there in the dictionary. The opposite of "legal" is "illegal", get it? Therefore, I think they should enter the country legally and if it takes a while, that's not my problem to pony up and pay benefits for them until it's LEGAL. I might be a redneck, but rest assured I'm not a skank redneck.
Skank? That's the best part of the meat....Ohh..that's"shank "....nevermind...anyway,T SF YOU HAVE to know a lot of republicans weren't down with the choice of Mitt ROMNEY....Bobby J. From Louisiana, and Rubio would have been good choices, guess they weren't old enough...

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#33413 Jan 25, 2013
waco1909 wrote:
<quoted text> Skank? That's the best part of the meat....Ohh..that's"shank "....nevermind...anyway,T SF YOU HAVE to know a lot of republicans weren't down with the choice of Mitt ROMNEY....Bobby J. From Louisiana, and Rubio would have been good choices, guess they weren't old enough...
Skank or shank, they're both a cheap piece of meat.

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#33414 Jan 25, 2013
Makin bacon wrote:
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Skank or shank, they're both a cheap piece of meat.
haaaa haaaa!

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#33415 Jan 25, 2013
Makin bacon wrote:
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Skank or shank, they're both a cheap piece of meat.
I gotta say it, bone-in meat has more flavor:)

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#33416 Jan 25, 2013
emlu wrote:
<quoted text>I gotta say it, bone-in meat has more flavor:)
uhhhhh.....

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#33417 Jan 25, 2013
waco1909 wrote:
<quoted text> uhhhhh.....
well.....

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#33418 Jan 25, 2013
Makin bacon wrote:
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TSF, I think there's something you're failing to grasp. I'm John Q Public, I don't know anyone that has the money to run for president nor will I ever and I'd venture to say 99% of most people voting don't have the financial capability to run for POTUS. So, you're saying me, a Republican, personally picked Mitt Romney as the Republican candidate and everyone that voted for him? By your own admission you gave pause to not vote for Obama for whatever reason, and I still don't know if you did or didn't; however, why are Republicans like me guilty of being the presenter of an idiot for a candidate? You, Mr. Independent, have a bad habit of lumping everyone into one stereotypical category based off of their affiliation to a political party. Everyone in the Republican party in your eyes are rich, greedy, Bible thumpers, against science and math (it's not I'm against math, I just suck at it), education in general, racists and rednecks. I don't know you, but we both have college degrees, my kid attended private school, yours' didn't but I believe from previous posts by you, your children as mine have done just fine, I'm a christian, I'm not greedy and I'm damn sure I pay my fair share of taxes and probably then some, I'm called a racist because I don't believe anyone of any race should get a perpetual free ride off the back of hard working citizens and the word "illegal immigrant" "undocumented worker" i.e. illegal means they're ILLEGAL, just like murder, driving drunk, speeding etc. The word "illegal" means it's against the law. I didn't make up the meaning, it's right there in the dictionary. The opposite of "legal" is "illegal", get it? Therefore, I think they should enter the country legally and if it takes a while, that's not my problem to pony up and pay benefits for them until it's LEGAL. I might be a redneck, but rest assured I'm not a skank redneck.
We have a system in this country known as "Primaries". The candidate comes from this system to be the nominee who carries the most support. Maybe your favorite candidate didn't win the Republican primary, but you certainly voted for Romney. Now, you are saying you are not responsible for Romney?

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#33419 Jan 25, 2013
Also, you have the right to accept or reject the party's candidate. You not only accepted Romney, but was vocal for him in debate, and voted for him.

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#33420 Jan 25, 2013
Arnold-Ziffel wrote:
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We have a system in this country known as "Primaries". The candidate comes from this system to be the nominee who carries the most support. Maybe your favorite candidate didn't win the Republican primary, but you certainly voted for Romney. Now, you are saying you are not responsible for Romney?
Thank you Arnold for making me aware of what a "primary election" is. What I do without your not so subtle sarcastic wisdom? If my favorite candidate didn't win in the primary and it wasn't Romney would that make me responsible for him being the Republican nominee? I did vote Romney in the general election, so does that make me responsible for him being the Republican nominee? That is the point I was making to TSF. I would have voted for anyone but Obama.

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#33421 Jan 25, 2013
Arnold-Ziffel wrote:
Also, you have the right to accept or reject the party's candidate. You not only accepted Romney, but was vocal for him in debate, and voted for him.
You are so right and I also had the right to reject your party's candidate. Mine lost, yours won. Still wouldn't have voted for Obama. I'm glad I won't be around to pay for all the campaign promises by both parties. Pay day doesn't always come every Friday, but it'll come and there's going to be hell to pay, because the money won't be there.

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