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

Since: Jan 07

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#26462 Oct 6, 2013
moronic mutt wrote:
<quoted text>great point! But you are still an idiot- so, see what I mean!


Just checking to see if you are really in Cordele ,

I'm Guessing Pitts now,...

Since: Jan 07

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#26463 Oct 6, 2013
I Knew Van and Donny Both,


back then, so That Good ol boy system is a favorite also,...


moronic mutt

Cordele, GA

#26464 Oct 6, 2013
Synergy wrote:
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It's an immature mind that states not to trust ANYONE over thirty. Wow. You need to think about that.
Anyone UNDER thirty doesn't really know much about life AT ALL except for those who have had a VERY HARD life. By that, I mean abuse, drugs in the home, etc. and I most certainly wouldn't want them at the helm.
I think maybe you misunderstood what I was saying, syn. I never really subscribed to that philosophy, but that was back in 60's during the so-called 'generation gap'- Woodstock, etc. In fact, that makes a good point, college professors of that day were definitely NOT left wing- but the students were. You seem to think that, nowadays, students and teachers are somehow on the same wavelength- not so.

Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#26465 Oct 6, 2013
moronic mutt wrote:
<quoted text>Hey Dave, got to admit that list had some interesting facts- the one that really caught my eye was that 60% of young people voted for Obama. What do you make of that? Aren't young people supposed to be more educated than ever today. Something else, don't young people generally follow their parents as far as party preference(at least initially). Just curious, how would you explain that?
The young have mostly always rebelled against the older generations. They usually never do what their parents want if they can get away with it. They have always thought they were invincible and knew everything until they get older. Then when they get older and actually have enough life experiences they realize they knew nothing. I thought I knew everything at 18 and I was easily taken advantage of by older unscrupulous people that actually knew a thing or two. Young people are very gullible.
You can be the smartest most educated person and still have no common sense. You might not be able to use logic very well for lack of wisdom which usually comes from experience and age. That is by living life and watching what is and mostly has gone on with personal experiences. History does have a habit of repeating itself.
You can be told something all your young years by elders but refuse to believe it until you actually experience it. Then sometimes it is too late, and you made a terrible mistake. Some mistakes can never be undone and will go with you the rest of your life.
Sadly it seems that one usually learns by their mistakes. This is usually repeated over and over by each new generation.

Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#26466 Oct 6, 2013
Synergy wrote:
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There is at least one liberal on The Five. I can't think of his name. He is pretty well known, I think. I have definitely seen liberals on Fox during debates on various subjects. I don't watch Fox much, but I have definitely seen liberals on there. Oh! Juan Williams is on there. I don't know which show. I get my TV news on ABC. I don't know why. It's incredibly left wing. Just habit, I guess.
That would be Bob Beckel, a life long hard core Democrat.When Bob is gone they use Jaun Williams that used to work for PBS.
just sayin

Dawsonville, GA

#26467 Oct 6, 2013
moronic mutt wrote:
<quoted text>I think maybe you misunderstood what I was saying, syn. I never really subscribed to that philosophy, but that was back in 60's during the so-called 'generation gap'- Woodstock, etc. In fact, that makes a good point, college professors of that day were definitely NOT left wing- but the students were. You seem to think that, nowadays, students and teachers are somehow on the same wavelength- not so.
Timothy leary
just sayin

Dawsonville, GA

#26468 Oct 6, 2013
Bigdave1 wrote:
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The young have mostly always rebelled against the older generations. They usually never do what their parents want if they can get away with it. They have always thought they were invincible and knew everything until they get older. Then when they get older and actually have enough life experiences they realize they knew nothing. I thought I knew everything at 18 and I was easily taken advantage of by older unscrupulous people that actually knew a thing or two. Young people are very gullible.
You can be the smartest most educated person and still have no common sense. You might not be able to use logic very well for lack of wisdom which usually comes from experience and age. That is by living life and watching what is and mostly has gone on with personal experiences. History does have a habit of repeating itself.
You can be told something all your young years by elders but refuse to believe it until you actually experience it. Then sometimes it is too late, and you made a terrible mistake. Some mistakes can never be undone and will go with you the rest of your life.
Sadly it seems that one usually learns by their mistakes. This is usually repeated over and over by each new generation.
Good post. Thanks.

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

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#26469 Oct 6, 2013
moronic mutt wrote:
...and one other thing. You seem to be taking it for granted that all teachers and professors are LIBERAL!
99.9% of college professors ARE.

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

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#26470 Oct 6, 2013
Now wrote:
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Please don't feed the animal. Please
lol Touche'.
moronic mutt

Cordele, GA

#26471 Oct 6, 2013
Big Time wrote:
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Just checking to see if you are really in Cordele ,
I'm Guessing Pitts now,...
Pitts? what the hell- never even heared of it, no kiddin'...but really, why would you even concerned about my location? Have I offended you or something?
just sayin

Dawsonville, GA

#26472 Oct 6, 2013
General Robert E Lee wrote:
Mr. President, do your job.
1.“Here’s the deal”: Have a serious conversation with congressional leadership to talk about the real issue driving the shutdown—the negative consequences of Obamacare. Quit giving us lengthy law school lectures about why you are right and then dismissing the class.
2.“Let me be clear”: Mr. President, you’ve already delayed or repealed 14 provisions in Obamacare. Why are you unwilling to recognize how Obamacare has negatively impacted the American people? Certainly, it shouldn’t take wrecking the economy and putting bureaucrats between doctors and their patients. There is a better way.
3.“It will not be easy”: The American people need a leader, not a campaign lecturer.
4.“Make no mistake”: Despite the fact that you claim Obamacare will lower premiums, expand coverage, and increase wellness, the evidence is overwhelmingly against you. Obamacare is raising premiums for most Americans, making it difficult for those out of work to find jobs, and cutting workers’ hours. The cost of Obamacare to the budget, the taxpayers, and to the future of health care in this country is too high.
5.“Yes we can”: When a majority of Americans oppose your signature accomplishment and the implementation of the law isn’t working, it’s time for a different course. We can reform health care so that patients are in charge of their health care decisions.
Good post.
moronic mutt

Cordele, GA

#26473 Oct 6, 2013
just sayin wrote:
<quoted text>Timothy leary
tune in, turn on, and drop out, huh. LMAO
Billybob

Dawsonville, GA

#26474 Oct 6, 2013
Synergy wrote:
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Those young people who attend college are listening to left wing professors spew their liberal agenda. In the beginning, they are too worried about their grades to challenge them. By the end of their second year, the students are pretty well brainwashed. The youth of today don't know any different. This will be all they know. That is why it will be relatively easy to make them socialists. I was pretty liberal when I graduated college. Thank goodness my parents got me straightened back out. Whew! Dodged THAT bullet.
You went to college, you have parents!! Liar, liar pants on fire!

Since: Jan 07

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#26475 Oct 6, 2013
moronic mutt wrote:
<quoted text>Pitts? what the hell- never even heared of it, no kiddin'...but really, why would you even concerned about my location? Have I offended you or something?


Thought you may be somebody from Cordele, I might know, glad I don't cause you really sound like a PUNK,


You do see the location,cordele ga, you folks with out a profile can't fake like us registard' Trolls,

Pitts Rochele Hwy 280 , No matter I'm just trollin anyway, carry on cause I'm In Alabama and won't be voting over there ...

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

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#26476 Oct 6, 2013
moronic mutt wrote:
<quoted text>I think maybe you misunderstood what I was saying, syn. I never really subscribed to that philosophy, but that was back in 60's during the so-called 'generation gap'- Woodstock, etc. In fact, that makes a good point, college professors of that day were definitely NOT left wing- but the students were. You seem to think that, nowadays, students and teachers are somehow on the same wavelength- not so.
Yes. According to my brother, professors most certainly WERE left wing during the 60's. Absolutely. They LOVED holding court and waxing poetic about the injustices of society.
Nowadays, students and teachers (on the college level) are MOST ASSUREDLY more on the same page than EVER. The difference now is that I don't think college students look to their professors in adoration. The students now(in some cases) are more sophisticated and definitely have more life experiences by the time they get to college.

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

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#26477 Oct 6, 2013
Billybob wrote:
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You went to college, you have parents!! Liar, liar pants on fire!
Yeah, but don't let that intimidate you. I make allowances for those of you who were a result of refried beans. rotfl
moronic mutt

Cordele, GA

#26478 Oct 6, 2013
Synergy wrote:
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lol Touche'.
Just curious, were you referring to me...
just sayin

Dawsonville, GA

#26479 Oct 6, 2013
moronic mutt

Cordele, GA

#26480 Oct 6, 2013
Big Time wrote:
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Thought you may be somebody from Cordele, I might know, glad I don't cause you really sound like a PUNK,
You do see the location,cordele ga, you folks with out a profile can't fake like us registard' Trolls,
Pitts Rochele Hwy 280 , No matter I'm just trollin anyway, carry on cause I'm In Alabama and won't be voting over there ...
Whewwww! guess I dodged one there- I wuz sweatin' bullets there for awhile, dude.....ROTFFL! BTW, where you live... gotta phone#
moronic mutt

Cordele, GA

#26481 Oct 6, 2013
Synergy wrote:
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Yes. According to my brother, professors most certainly WERE left wing during the 60's. Absolutely. They LOVED holding court and waxing poetic about the injustices of society.
Nowadays, students and teachers (on the college level) are MOST ASSUREDLY more on the same page than EVER. The difference now is that I don't think college students look to their professors in adoration. The students now(in some cases) are more sophisticated and definitely have more life experiences by the time they get to college.
Berkley or Yale?

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