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

Since: Jul 12

Jonesboro, GA

#4927 Mar 20, 2013
jeb stuart wrote:
<quoted text>now I thought that was kinda funny.hey,you know that che was a licensed physican,there are some great tips in the book about how to deal with neck pain-maybe you should read it.
Are you saying that I am a pain in the neck? LMAO

Since: Jul 12

Jonesboro, GA

#4928 Mar 20, 2013
jeb stuart wrote:
<quoted text>would you repeat the question,please.
Whew! Your wearing me out. I had to go back and find the post numbers. You need to go to your post # 4888 and refresh yourself with what you wrote. Like I said I thought you were on to something and made some good points. Then go to my reply, Post#4896 and expand on your thoughts. I thought that I asked you a very fair and thoughtful question. I think you know the answer. Now you be fair.
OMTE

United States

#4929 Mar 20, 2013
Bigdave1 wrote:
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Not trying to butt in, but the president is only a man. Many men deserve respect and many do not. I look at it the military way. You may not respect the man that is wearing the rank but you respect the rank. The same goes for the president. You still say, Yes Sir! But that does not mean I respect him as a man.
Why if I do respect him; I'm wrong? I'm not ignorant to his mistakes or shortcomings. I like him and what he stands for. I don't like his tactics and don't understand his strategy, but I hope for the best. I feel he was better than Romney and I still do.
jeb stuart

Jesup, GA

#4930 Mar 20, 2013
Bigdave1 wrote:
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Guevara was nothing more than a murdering communist revolutionary. Now is the time to think for yourself. You know what his plans were. Why is that plan being carried out now as you say by our country? Then just who is running this country and are they trying to destroy us? A very valid and thoughtful question. Think about that one for awhile.
okay,i found it-back in a min.
OMTE

United States

#4931 Mar 20, 2013
Bigdave1 wrote:
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Are you saying that I am a pain in the neck? LMAO
He's drunk.
jeb stuart

Jesup, GA

#4932 Mar 20, 2013
Glorya wrote:
Maybe clueless voters and corrupted politicians? The era of immorality & greed in which we live, there are no limits. That's a start.
there you are dave,all thanks to glorya.only took her about 3 seconds.
domino

Opelika, AL

#4933 Mar 20, 2013
Synergy wrote:
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He lied. He KNEW what the deal was. If not, he should have NEVER run for office. It's just more of the excuses he has given for being a failure and the libs just lap it up. Please quit making excuses for him. He has been in office long enough to be man enough to accept responsibility. All he does is whine, pout, stomp when he doesn't get his way, spend money, go on trips, entertain celebrities(We've never had a president so star struck as this guy.) and preach hate toward republicans. He is not a leader. He doesn't know
HOW to lead.
And all the Amens possible to this. The best posting, ever, hands down!
OMTE

United States

#4934 Mar 20, 2013
Glorya wrote:
<quoted text> Are you for real? I do friggin 360 turns all the time, I'm a woman, always on the look out for pervs. I would simply AMAZE you in a mall parking lot.
That's why if the dems nominate Hillary well I guess I'll have to eat my words on not voting on the republican ticket ever again. I will never vote for a woman. Period.

Since: Jul 12

Jonesboro, GA

#4935 Mar 20, 2013
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>Why if I do respect him; I'm wrong? I'm not ignorant to his mistakes or shortcomings. I like him and what he stands for. I don't like his tactics and don't understand his strategy, but I hope for the best. I feel he was better than Romney and I still do.
I feel that your politics are leaning way to far towards socialism. But what I think is not important. What is important is what you feel and think. You already know that he is imperfect as any man is. If you truly understand what he is doing and think that is right then I can't change your opinion. The only person that can control you is you.
I am not comparing Obama to anyone. Romney, Bush, Reagan, Clinton are all out of the picture. Obama is running the show and if I don't like this movie than I am not buying a ticket to see it.
You can't compare him to man x and say he is good because he is better than the man x. They both may be bad. But trying to pick the better of the worse one is not my idea of me admiring and respecting a man.

Since: Jul 12

Jonesboro, GA

#4936 Mar 20, 2013
jeb stuart wrote:
<quoted text>there you are dave,all thanks to glorya.only took her about 3 seconds.
I think not. You just won't man-up and answer the question will you?
OMTE

United States

#4937 Mar 20, 2013
Bigdave1 wrote:
<quoted text>I feel that your politics are leaning way to far towards socialism. But what I think is not important. What is important is what you feel and think. You already know that he is imperfect as any man is. If you truly understand what he is doing and think that is right then I can't change your opinion. The only person that can control you is you.
I am not comparing Obama to anyone. Romney, Bush, Reagan, Clinton are all out of the picture. Obama is running the show and if I don't like this movie than I am not buying a ticket to see it.
You can't compare him to man x and say he is good because he is better than the man x. They both may be bad. But trying to pick the better of the worse one is not my idea of me admiring and respecting a man.
The latter part of my reply to you was simply stating why I voted for him. If Rick Santorum would have made it to the end I probaly would have voted for him.
OMTE

United States

#4938 Mar 20, 2013
Synergy wrote:
<quoted text>
He lied. He KNEW what the deal was. If not, he should have NEVER run for office. It's just more of the excuses he has given for being a failure and the libs just lap it up. Please quit making excuses for him. He has been in office long enough to be man enough to accept responsibility. All he does is whine, pout, stomp when he doesn't get his way, spend money, go on trips, entertain celebrities(We've never had a president so star struck as this guy.) and preach hate toward republicans. He is not a leader. He doesn't know HOW to lead.
I disagree totally. I like you so I'll be nice and leave it at that.

Since: Jul 12

Jonesboro, GA

#4939 Mar 20, 2013
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>The latter part of my reply to you was simply stating why I voted for him. If Rick Santorum would have made it to the end I probaly would have voted for him.
Oh, I gotcha drift.

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#4940 Mar 20, 2013
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>I disagree totally. I like you so I'll be nice and leave it at that.
Of course, you disagree. You believe all his sorry excuses and blame. I like you, too, so I'll be nice.:)

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#4941 Mar 21, 2013
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>Lie is to harsh of word. I think he had big plans and had no idea just how screwed up it was before he took office or that he would be blocked at every turn out of spite.
Again, the past is pretty irrelevant at this point considering the economic conditions that must be addressed. However, Obama had two years with a Democratically controlled House and Senate to get just about anything he wanted in terms of immigration, a budget, you name it. What did he do - spent all of his time on a healthcare takeover that will destroy the private insurance industry and what has been the best healthcare industry in terms of research and care available. And on the side he authorized a program that supposedly was to stop gun running into Mexico, but instead promoted the flooding of Mexico with guns with no attempt to track them, which resulted in the deaths of hundreds of Mexican citizens and two American law enforcement officials. And the case can readily be made that, with the exception of the Americans killed, that was the desired result all along in order to promote his professed goal of neutering the second amendment.

Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#4942 Mar 21, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
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Again, the past is pretty irrelevant at this point considering the economic conditions that must be addressed. However, Obama had two years with a Democratically controlled House and Senate to get just about anything he wanted in terms of immigration, a budget, you name it. What did he do - spent all of his time on a healthcare takeover that will destroy the private insurance industry and what has been the best healthcare industry in terms of research and care available. And on the side he authorized a program that supposedly was to stop gun running into Mexico, but instead promoted the flooding of Mexico with guns with no attempt to track them, which resulted in the deaths of hundreds of Mexican citizens and two American law enforcement officials. And the case can readily be made that, with the exception of the Americans killed, that was the desired result all along in order to promote his professed goal of neutering the second amendment.
I still don't believe that tracking the guns story. It makes no sense.

Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#4943 Mar 21, 2013
jeb stuart wrote:
<quoted text>good post.i've been reading a great book,a biography about che Guevara,the argentine/Cuban revolutionary,by john lee Anderson.while I think che was a cold-blooded killer and not someone to be admired,you have to give him credit for his devotion to his cause.his ultimate goal was to bring down the U.S. by starting and getting us involved in wars all over the world(asia,africa,mid-east,etc .,draining us of our resources and slowly bleeding us to death.were he still alive,i would bet that he would be happy to see that we are now doing this to ourselves.
Glad your reading an interesting book about a murdering Communist Revolutionary. You are reading just how they set up their organizations and terrorize people.
Since you read how Guevara thought by getting us involved in wars all across the world would drain us and bleed us to death, why is the United States doing the same thing now that Guevara wanted? Who do you think is behind it and who should be held responsible for bleeding the U.S. into self destruction?
jeb stuart

Jesup, GA

#4944 Mar 21, 2013
Bigdave1 wrote:
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Glad your reading an interesting book about a murdering Communist Revolutionary. You are reading just how they set up their organizations and terrorize people.
Since you read how Guevara thought by getting us involved in wars all across the world would drain us and bleed us to death, why is the United States doing the same thing now that Guevara wanted? Who do you think is behind it and who should be held responsible for bleeding the U.S. into self destruction?
it was just my personal thoughts and observations,dave.i don't think any one person,party,or organization can be held solely respondsible.i said in my post that che was a cold-blooded killer and not someone to be admired.but there may be some things to learned from reading about people like him.for emample,what makes some people hate the U.S. so much? I saw an interesting interview with the books author in which he said that he thought che would be repulsed by the modern day terrorists like bin laden.che was a purist who did not believe in the senseless slaughter of non-combatents.at any rate,why would anyone not want to know as much as possible about their enemies,or potential enemy?
Glorya

Atlanta, GA

#4945 Mar 21, 2013
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>That's why if the dems nominate Hillary well I guess I'll have to eat my words on not voting on the republican ticket ever again. I will never vote for a woman. Period.
I'm so very happy you & Synergy have bonded. I'll be quiet as a little mouse, or I wouldn't be keeping things "nice"... but it's sooo durn tempting.
jeb stuart

Jesup, GA

#4946 Mar 21, 2013
jeb stuart wrote:
<quoted text>it was just my personal thoughts and observations,dave.i don't think any one person,party,or organization can be held solely respondsible.i said in my post that che was a cold-blooded killer and not someone to be admired.but there may be some things to learned from reading about people like him.for emample,what makes some people hate the U.S. so much? I saw an interesting interview with the books author in which he said that he thought che would be repulsed by the modern day terrorists like bin laden.che was a purist who did not believe in the senseless slaughter of non-combatents.at any rate,why would anyone not want to know as much as possible about their enemies,or potential enemy?
btw,dave the book "a revolutionary life" received 5 star rates from most critics.i have read many books about people that I don't like.it is not like you are saying that you admire them.

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