Since: Nov 12

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#8567 May 2, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>
You've got a bully mentality. You like to make sure everyone knows about your early retirement (or did you get fired?)and your Corvette. You're arrogant and have a habit of repeating the "Best of Rush Limbaughs stupidest statements". You distribute insane viral emails filled with BS. You're arrogant in the worst way and an absolute narcissist. You've convinced yourself that aszholishness is a positive character trait. You represent the worst of humanity.
So, I have to agree with you. It's obvious you don't care that nobody can stand you.
Oh. You're also a psychopath web-stalker. That's just weird.
Wow, take out the Corvette and the Rush bit and that's a great self description you've just given. Thanks.
OMTE

Fitzgerald, GA

#8568 May 2, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
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I have tried and tried to be patient with you, because you often seem to exhibit a heart for the less fortunate, even though I think your ideas of helping the poor are often the counter productive policies of the left that actually hurt far more than they help. But then you come on here and post something this offensive - and childish to boot. How DARE you - a grown man with children of his own- come on here and call someone's mother a b----. Really?!?!?!?
I REALLY dispise him. I've back off of you; so what's the problem? Is he your boyfriend? It was meant to be offensive and childish. He is offensive and childish with his arrogant and ignorant remarks. He adds nothing of value to any conversation. If I was around him and he said some of the things he's said on here. I'd send him home whistling dixie missing his front teeth. Whether he believes it or not.
OMTE

Fitzgerald, GA

#8569 May 2, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
<quoted text>
Yep, back to middle school.
I look young and handsome too.

Since: Nov 08

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#8570 May 2, 2013
columbus native wrote:
Another calm thankful day that bush is gone and there will not be a republican in the Whitehouse for atleast 3 and half years more years. The weather is cold outside but will never be as cold as george and laura bush'e heart. Let all of us independents be sure there is never another f-cking bush in the Whitehouse and for that matter another republican!
Vulgar TROLL

Since: Nov 12

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#8571 May 2, 2013
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>I REALLY dispise him. I've back off of you; so what's the problem? Is he your boyfriend? It was meant to be offensive and childish. He is offensive and childish with his arrogant and ignorant remarks. He adds nothing of value to any conversation. If I was around him and he said some of the things he's said on here. I'd send him home whistling dixie missing his front teeth. Whether he believes it or not.
1. Because I respect his opinion and have found his posts intelligent and reasoned.

2. Because I really just can't believe you were so rude as to make a childish insult towards his mother, for Pete's sake.

3. Because despite the fact that I think your belief in the Left's policies are wrong and despite the fact that you can be really offensive in your language at times, I think there is a very good heart in you and for some reason, despite our heated exchanges when you first came on here - I feel like I would like you if I knew you and frankly, you disappoint me when you post things like that. I am not trying to be condescending, I am being honest.

Since: Nov 08

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#8572 May 2, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
<quoted text>
"Waste of skin and air"
And these Right Wingers wonder why normal folks with knowledge of history and education as to human motivational psychology see the Right Wing Fascist message of:
- hatred of minorities,(Blacks, Jews, Hispanics, Middle Eastern, gays, and lesbians);
- anger at being marginalized,(out-voted, economically impotent, and losing jobs and promotions to those minorities);
- the super nationalism,(we can bomb, invade, occupy, kidnap, torture, assassinate - and because we do it - it's fine - we're "exceptional" - no rules apply to us);
- contempt for knowledge and education,( defunding public education, ridiculing teachers, professors, and the other "Elites";
and
- worship militarily power,( we bankrupt ourselves to spend more on the War Department than the rest of the industrialized world -combined);
duplicating the methodologies used in Germany in 1938.
That's why "normal" folks should be concerned.
Same old extreme left wing liberal socialist commie propaganda. BORING.

Since: Nov 08

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#8573 May 2, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
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Very astute post.
Like all school yard bullies, when confronted by their superiors, the Right Wingers have no "Plan B".
They ignore all facts contrary to their beliefs, and cling like small children to their paradigms, regardless of how idiotic such paradigms have proven to be.
Base level irony, but irony just the same.

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#8574 May 2, 2013
Apparently wrote:
This thread enjoys those who emerge at a somewhat higher level of intellect than many of those in Blairsville that consist mostly of bottom-feeders.
With the exception of the consistent, comatose, and incongruous radical communistic and irrational ranting, ravings, and agenda of Oh My and IO.
Who, by their malicious idiocy, far exceeds any damage done (than ever could be by a simply despicable fool) to our fundamental way of life, through their obvious intent to destroy all that is considered scared, decent, and of good will, by most Americans.
Following are just a couple more examples:
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
+1 EXCELLENT post! It's nice to know there are others with a brain. Those liberal socialist commies think they have it figured out. Obama is sticking it to them and they are taking it with a smile because they are too programmed to think for themselves.
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#8575 May 2, 2013
Bored wrote:
Her we go again.
"US Headed For The Coldest Spring On Record."
"Crack government scientists with supercomputers, predicted in January that this spring was going to be super hot!" (must be the same ones who are involved with IPPC)
http://stevengoddard.wordpress.com/2013/05/02...
That website is a paragon of quality reporting! The very model of professional non-biased carefully checked facts.

I like this one especially:
http://stevengoddard.wordpress.com/the-holoca...

The "Ban Assault Yogurt" headline is really a good one as well.

Walter Cronkite would be embarrassed next to the author of that website "Steven Goddard" (pseudonym):

http://climatecrocks.com/2011/09/14/new-lows-...

Enjoy your reading, Bored.

It's like telling a crack addict that smoking that stuff isn't good for them. They just go off and do it anyways.
OMTE

Fitzgerald, GA

#8576 May 2, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
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1. Because I respect his opinion and have found his posts intelligent and reasoned.
2. Because I really just can't believe you were so rude as to make a childish insult towards his mother, for Pete's sake.
3. Because despite the fact that I think your belief in the Left's policies are wrong and despite the fact that you can be really offensive in your language at times, I think there is a very good heart in you and for some reason, despite our heated exchanges when you first came on here - I feel like I would like you if I knew you and frankly, you disappoint me when you post things like that. I am not trying to be condescending, I am being honest.
Your opinion is respectfully noted. I think some of his posts have gone past arrogant to down right hateful at times. To a whole class of people to which I happen to belong. The poor. I am not ignorant nor envious of him in the least. It just pisses me off when he acts like the poor are not to be heard because they are just envious of him and those like him. I could probaly wink at his rich ole lady and she'd throw rocks at his a$$. I'm sorry I disappointed you. I was unaware that you cared.
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#8577 May 2, 2013
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>Your opinion is respectfully noted. I think some of his posts have gone past arrogant to down right hateful at times. To a whole class of people to which I happen to belong. The poor. I am not ignorant nor envious of him in the least. It just pisses me off when he acts like the poor are not to be heard because they are just envious of him and those like him. I could probaly wink at his rich ole lady and she'd throw rocks at his a$$. I'm sorry I disappointed you. I was unaware that you cared.
That was a good post. Well said.
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#8578 May 2, 2013
Synergy wrote:
<quoted text>
Obama is sticking it to them and they are taking it with a smile because they are too programmed to think for themselves.
You missed your 4:00 PM medication today, didn't you? Go check your pill-box. You'll see it's still there.

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#8579 May 2, 2013
Booger Hollow wrote:
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How does it feel to know everyone hates you? I know, I know you don't care. But of course you wouldn't be here on Topix posting all the time if you didn't want someone to care.
How does it feel to be WRONG about this? I don't hate BillinD'ville. As a matter of fact, I have the utmost respect for him. You have no basis for your anger. When we've posted about taxes, he has tried to explain areas where we didn't have the answers. Of course, you libs get in an uproar when he doesn't agree with you or points out what you don't know. You can criticize all you want, but that guy knows taxes. He didn't get to where he is by being STUPID. Another thing, he is VERY generous. You libs don't know that about him. You wouldn't acknowledge it even if you did. If you don't like him, it's your fault. He tried to help and then got fed up. I suppose you liberal socialist commies think you are at the top of the popularity poll? There are possibly three of you who do nothing more than come on here and suck up to each other. You post your extreme left wing freedom/country destroying worthless crap and then pat each other on the back for "loving" this country. What a laugh!
BillinD'ville is a good man who has a great family for which he has worked hard, provided for and placed at the top of his priorities. He most assuredly doesn't need ME to defend him, but I am defending him BECAUSE I CAN! The best thing about him is that he isn't a liberal socialist commie.
OMTE

Fitzgerald, GA

#8580 May 2, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>
You missed your 4:00 PM medication today, didn't you? Go check your pill-box. You'll see it's still there.
She and CN are like an old married couple. It's almost cute.
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#8581 May 2, 2013
Synergy wrote:
<quoted text>
I suppose you liberal socialist commies think you are at the top of the popularity poll?
Maybe not. But I see you've been through the Dale Carnegie program.

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#8582 May 2, 2013
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>Your opinion is respectfully noted. I think some of his posts have gone past arrogant to down right hateful at times. To a whole class of people to which I happen to belong. The poor. I am not ignorant nor envious of him in the least. It just pisses me off when he acts like the poor are not to be heard because they are just envious of him and those like him. I could probaly wink at his rich ole lady and she'd throw rocks at his a$$. I'm sorry I disappointed you. I was unaware that you cared.
And this is where we would probably part ways in terms of opinion. If you believe from his posts that he hates the poor or believes they are not worthy of having a voice(I believe that is what you are saying)
then I presume you would say the same about me and probably Syn, BigDave, Bored and others on the Right. And I would say that is a completely baseless and probably incorrect assumption. I can only speak for myself from here on out, but I believe many of the aforementioned would agree when I say NOTHING could be further from the truth.
Believing that higher taxes will do nothing to help the poor and will only lead to less growth in our economy as entrepreneurs are less likely to try and strike on their own and either create a business or expand a business that provide actual jobs for the poor is a valid opinion. You may not agree with it, but it is a valid opinion that can be supported.
Saying that raising taxes helps the poor by funding government programs that help them would probably be your opinion. And, I would say that if those programs actually helped people, I might agree with you, but they don't. This country has spent $15 trillion over the past 4 decades and what has been the result - no net change in the % of those considered poor in this country. Instead what we have seen is an explosion in the illegitimacy rate as these same programs discourage marriage and fathers staying with the family. We have had an escalating crime rate in the black community and an ever increasing % of young black men in prison as a direct result of growing up in single parent households where the boys have no constructive male role models in their lives as a direct result of these same policies and programs.
Completely dismantling our former health care system in an attempt to eventually have a one payer system (which is Obama's stated goal) may sound like a good way to help the uninsured achieve medical coverage and I will admit that on paper, it might sound very good. However, the actual results -in my opinion - will be very different, and I think that argument can also be supported. My position is that it will lead to higher costs (which even Democrats are now acknowledging) and longer waits for appointments and procedures.
After a way too long post, my point is that reasonable and caring people can disagree on what the best ways to help the poor are. Just because we do not agree with you does not mean we do not care about the poor and needy - or that we deserve the labels of hater or selfish or greedy or whatever epithet some of the Left love to throw out there. I/we simply believe that what amounts to making people dependent on the government for their needs instead of helping them become self sufficient is not compassion it is virtual enslavement. I believe in supporting organizations and charities that help the needy on a personal level, which is where true change can happen - in my opinion.
Bored

Dawsonville, GA

#8583 May 2, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
<quoted text>
And this is where we would probably part ways in terms of opinion. If you believe from his posts that he hates the poor or believes they are not worthy of having a voice(I believe that is what you are saying)
then I presume you would say the same about me and probably Syn, BigDave, Bored and others on the Right. And I would say that is a completely baseless and probably incorrect assumption. I can only speak for myself from here on out, but I believe many of the aforementioned would agree when I say NOTHING could be further from the truth.
Believing that higher taxes will do nothing to help the poor and will only lead to less growth in our economy as entrepreneurs are less likely to try and strike on their own and either create a business or expand a business that provide actual jobs for the poor is a valid opinion. You may not agree with it, but it is a valid opinion that can be supported.
Saying that raising taxes helps the poor by funding government programs that help them would probably be your opinion. And, I would say that if those programs actually helped people, I might agree with you, but they don't. This country has spent $15 trillion over the past 4 decades and what has been the result - no net change in the % of those considered poor in this country. Instead what we have seen is an explosion in the illegitimacy rate as these same programs discourage marriage and fathers staying with the family. We have had an escalating crime rate in the black community and an ever increasing % of young black men in prison as a direct result of growing up in single parent households where the boys have no constructive male role models in their lives as a direct result of these same policies and programs.
Completely dismantling our former health care system in an attempt to eventually have a one payer system (which is Obama's stated goal) may sound like a good way to help the uninsured achieve medical coverage and I will admit that on paper, it might sound very good. However, the actual results -in my opinion - will be very different, and I think that argument can also be supported. My position is that it will lead to higher costs (which even Democrats are now acknowledging) and longer waits for appointments and procedures.
After a way too long post, my point is that reasonable and caring people can disagree on what the best ways to help the poor are. Just because we do not agree with you does not mean we do not care about the poor and needy - or that we deserve the labels of hater or selfish or greedy or whatever epithet some of the Left love to throw out there. I/we simply believe that what amounts to making people dependent on the government for their needs instead of helping them become self sufficient is not compassion it is virtual enslavement. I believe in supporting organizations and charities that help the needy on a personal level, which is where true change can happen - in my opinion.
And a dam good opinion.
And this is how the socialists help the poor and themselves.


OMTE

Fitzgerald, GA

#8586 May 2, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
<quoted text>
And this is where we would probably part ways in terms of opinion. If you believe from his posts that he hates the poor or believes they are not worthy of having a voice(I believe that is what you are saying)
then I presume you would say the same about me and probably Syn, BigDave, Bored and others on the Right. And I would say that is a completely baseless and probably incorrect assumption. I can only speak for myself from here on out, but I believe many of the aforementioned would agree when I say NOTHING could be further from the truth.
Believing that higher taxes will do nothing to help the poor and will only lead to less growth in our economy as entrepreneurs are less likely to try and strike on their own and either create a business or expand a business that provide actual jobs for the poor is a valid opinion. You may not agree with it, but it is a valid opinion that can be supported.
Saying that raising taxes helps the poor by funding government programs that help them would probably be your opinion. And, I would say that if those programs actually helped people, I might agree with you, but they don't. This country has spent $15 trillion over the past 4 decades and what has been the result - no net change in the % of those considered poor in this country. Instead what we have seen is an explosion in the illegitimacy rate as these same programs discourage marriage and fathers staying with the family. We have had an escalating crime rate in the black community and an ever increasing % of young black men in prison as a direct result of growing up in single parent households where the boys have no constructive male role models in their lives as a direct result of these same policies and programs.
Completely dismantling our former health care system in an attempt to eventually have a one payer system (which is Obama's stated goal) may sound like a good way to help the uninsured achieve medical coverage and I will admit that on paper, it might sound very good. However, the actual results -in my opinion - will be very different, and I think that argument can also be supported. My position is that it will lead to higher costs (which even Democrats are now acknowledging) and longer waits for appointments and procedures.
After a way too long post, my point is that reasonable and caring people can disagree on what the best ways to help the poor are. Just because we do not agree with you does not mean we do not care about the poor and needy - or that we deserve the labels of hater or selfish or greedy or whatever epithet some of the Left love to throw out there. I/we simply believe that what amounts to making people dependent on the government for their needs instead of helping them become self sufficient is not compassion it is virtual enslavement. I believe in supporting organizations and charities that help the needy on a personal level, which is where true change can happen - in my opinion.
It's clear which of you are good people compared to those of you that have a genuine dislike for the poor and black people. Most of you are like robots. It's amazes me when you show humour. It's the only reason I like Syn.
Bored

Dawsonville, GA

#8587 May 2, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
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That website is a paragon of quality reporting! The very model of professional non-biased carefully checked facts.
I like this one especially:
http://stevengoddard.wordpress.com/the-holoca...
Are you telling us you are a holocaust denier?



Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#8588 May 2, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>
You missed your 4:00 PM medication today, didn't you? Go check your pill-box. You'll see it's still there.
YOU took the medication. Remember? You realized that you libs were getting hoodwinked and you needed a double dose. Someone even said they saw you on Fulton Industrial Blvd. trying to score some crack. It's okay, Chicken. You'll get through it.

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