“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

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#15602 Jun 17, 2013
Bill in Dville wrote:
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OK, more fun, but then back to avoiding the unregistered libroids...
"You brag about being register (sic, should be "registered"), which doesn't mean a thing."
Show me where I bragged about being registered, PLEASE. What is there to brag about? Seriously? All registering and sticking to one name will provide is consistency in your posts, unlike the clueless and uneducated that hop around names and try to provide "support" for their posts. Changing your posting names like you do is childish, but that's not real surprising...
"The thing that intrigues me more is your hiding your location."
You REALLY need to get out more often. The "location" you so eloquently reference is actually the ISP, not "my location". When I lived in Douglasville, it alternated between Douglasville, Alpharetta and Atlanta. It's really none of your business where I live (if that's what you're after), is it? Does it matter? Why?
"That's worse than not being registered."
Really? How is that?
"At least the ones not registered show where they are."
Nope, it shows their ISP. See above, or, perhaps, you could figure it out for yourself. You might want to read some of OMTE's posts (OK, only a few), he/she made some comment about using his/her phone, which gave a different ISP, possibly many miles away.
"Come clean, show where you are and what you are really doing."
Why? You want to come lose some golf balls some day? Cold beer afterwards? You really care about that kind of stuff on an anonymous board? BTW, I've met some great people via the Douglasville board, some of us are having a gathering of sorts in the next week or so. Interestingly, they're (almost) all registered posters...You're not invited.
"You don't know jack about very much, nothing about oil."
Actually, I know quite a bit about lots of things, accounting, finance, statistics, running a small business, taxes, poker, blackjack, various sports, helping raise a great family and many other things, too numerous to mention. Oil? Yep, you're right. But I do understand economics.
"when your oil man Bush was in power"
What made him "my man"? Because I voted for him over the porker that created the internet and the "Lurch" that voted for something before he voted against it? Guilty as charged. But, as many of you libroids can't comprehend, it doesn't mean I 100% supported him or his spending.
"He we to focused on stealing it from some poor middle east country."
"He we to"
Huh?
What "poor" middle east country would that be? Do you mean poor in the financial sense?
BTW, aren't you the ding-a-ling that posted that hospitals don't try to save money? If you were registered, we would know for sure, that would be enough to bury any credibility you have.
I laughed when I read that post. Your reply is spot on. Sometimes they get so caught up in their hatred, they end up sounding even MORE ignorant....if that's even possible.

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

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#15603 Jun 17, 2013
Oh my wrote:
lol Where is CB when we need him. Democraticunderground??????'nu ff said. rotfl

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

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#15604 Jun 17, 2013
Dummy Libroids wrote:
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Other than the liberals spin, your links confirm the post you are replying too.
All have been documented.
Search yourself if you dare.
Oh,my = dumb as a rock.

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

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#15605 Jun 17, 2013
Doo wrote:
Jesus Christ, the son of God, was a VERY LIBERAL person. He helped the sick and the poor and was a very unselfish person. Shame on you old Obama haters. Hate is a sin!
HE helped those who couldn't help themselves. Those of you who make those dependent when they would be better off helping themselves are committing big 'ole sins. Obama is satan. lol

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

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#15606 Jun 17, 2013
Huh wrote:
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What about the liberal Bush haters?
Or do liberal Christians like yourself only hate conservatives?
You only shame yourself with such a sorry one-sided post. Shows you're just another liberal aethist trying to use the Christian club because all your other are complete failures.
Obama is a President in name only. He has divided this country by his lies, partisanship, and sorry abilities as a leader of America.
Obama stinks as a politician, a person of moral integrity, and as President.
+1 Great post. Your last sentence NAILS IT!!!!!
OMTE

Doerun, GA

#15607 Jun 17, 2013
Synergy wrote:
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The liberals don't let facts get in their way. They make it up as they go. The FACT that they STILL support the clueless wonder whom THEY call a president should convince you how out of touch they are.
I believe Romney was the one that wasn't to keen to facts. That may be why he lost and why the republican/tea party/conservative party will continue to lose. They suck. They're losers. LOL.
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#15608 Jun 17, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
...The media fell all over themselves praising the get-out-the-vote effort by the Obama election team:
"What they revealed as they pulled back the curtain was a massive data effort that helped Obama raise $1 billion, remade the process of targeting TV ads and created detailed models of swing-state voters that could be used to increase the effectiveness of everything from phone calls and door knocks to direct mailings and social media."
http://www.cnn.com/2012/11/07/tech/web/obama-...
Makes you wonder now just where they got all that data.
Nope, the get-out-the-vote effort has nothing to do with number crunching data sets.

Doesn't matter how much Obama spent, no different than what Romney spent

There no wondering where the data comes from, no need for conspiracires, it comes from polls. Same place Romeny's Team got their numbers but apparently their crunchers weren't as good as Obama's, how soon we forget Karl Rove's meltdown on Election Night.

Thanks for playing.
OMTE

Doerun, GA

#15609 Jun 17, 2013
Synergy wrote:
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HE helped those who couldn't help themselves. Those of you who make those dependent when they would be better off helping themselves are committing big 'ole sins. Obama is satan. lol
Right out the gate today you're callin Obama satan? WoW!!! You're especially grouchy today. What's wrong? LoL.
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#15610 Jun 17, 2013
Synergy wrote:
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http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
HE helped those who couldn't help themselves. Those of you who make those dependent when they would be better off helping themselves are committing big 'ole sins. Obama is satan. lol
Uhmmm, so, forgiveness of sin,
is that where He helps those who can't help themselves (but they should be helping themselves), or is that a dependency issue.

Since: Nov 12

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#15611 Jun 17, 2013
Oh my wrote:
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Which Obama critics have been silenced?
Which groups that applied for tax exempt status were silenced?
Of those that applied how many were denied?
Sounds just like your Christian Peresecution rap, nothing but hyperbole.
How many times do you have to have the same facts given to you? Some of those groups took 2 1/2 years to get approved, some STILL haven't been approved after 3 years. Some of those groups lost donations and others lost grants because their status had not been approved - that is money lost through the delays created by the government. That means money that could have been spent presenting the Tea Part point of view and getting information out to voters. AND some of those same people suddenly were facing personal and business audits for the first time in their lives - interesting coincidence, huh. Some of the questions asked (that are not proper) were for lists of donors - then surprise, surprise - political opponents suddenly had that information - like the liberal Propublica. That's illegal - but has anyone been held responsible - nope.

"ProPublica claims IRS agents gave them “nine pending confidential applications of conservative groups” that “were not supposed to be made public.” The site also noted that “no unapproved applications from liberal groups were sent to ProPublica.”
According to the IRS’s own manual, anyone found to have engaged in the “unauthorized disclosure of a return or return information” may be subject to felony charges punishable by a fine of up to $5,000 and five years in prison..."

Prior to the election, pundits were questioning what happened to the Tea Party - well, I guess we know part of that answer now. But I'm sure you think that is just fine.

Since: Nov 12

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#15612 Jun 17, 2013
Oh my wrote:
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Uhmmm, so, forgiveness of sin,
is that where He helps those who can't help themselves (but they should be helping themselves), or is that a dependency issue.
Oh, the forgiveness is definitely there, but so is the call to "go forth and sin no more."

And what does forgiveness of sin have to do with helping those who are truly needy as opposed to those who WILL NOT help themselves?
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#15613 Jun 17, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
<quoted text>
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
How many times do you have to have the same facts given to you? Some of those groups took 2 1/2 years to get approved, some STILL haven't been approved after 3 years. Some of those groups lost donations and others lost grants because their status had not been approved - that is money lost through the delays created by the government. That means money that could have been spent presenting the Tea Part point of view and getting information out to voters. AND some of those same people suddenly were facing personal and business audits for the first time in their lives - interesting coincidence, huh. Some of the questions asked (that are not proper) were for lists of donors - then surprise, surprise - political opponents suddenly had that information - like the liberal Propublica. That's illegal - but has anyone been held responsible - nope.
"ProPublica claims IRS agents gave them “nine pending confidential applications of conservative groups” that “were not supposed to be made public.” The site also noted that “no unapproved applications from liberal groups were sent to ProPublica.”
According to the IRS’s own manual, anyone found to have engaged in the “unauthorized disclosure of a return or return information” may be subject to felony charges punishable by a fine of up to $5,000 and five years in prison..."
Prior to the election, pundits were questioning what happened to the Tea Party - well, I guess we know part of that answer now. But I'm sure you think that is just fine.
"Some of those groups", some how this translates into a silencing of the movement. Oh where oh where is the Tea Party, some of the groups ran into a hassle from the IRS.

Never claimed all of the the IRS actions were proper, just taking issue with your hyperbole.

Obama's enemies were silenced, just more overblown BS whined out by the constantly persecuted.
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#15614 Jun 17, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
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http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
Oh, the forgiveness is definitely there, but so is the call to "go forth and sin no more."
And what does forgiveness of sin have to do with helping those who are truly needy as opposed to those who WILL NOT help themselves?
Well, "those who WILL NOT help themselves" could be seen as those who live a life of sin, but then even their sins can be forgiven at the end of their life as we saw on Calgary.

Or, "those who WILL NOT help themselves" could be seen as the once forgiven but who continue to sin, yet continue to seek forgiveness, this could be seen as a dependency issue.

Or, since so many insist that we are guilty of sin simply by being born, we are therefore dependent on Christ for forgiveness, which makes it a dependency issue again. And for a long time we were dependent on the Church for the rules and regulations of those who were worthy of such forgiveness, and still there are churches who wish to retain this power over their congregations.

Or some like to point out that we should be helping those less fortunate directly, or thru a local church, or thru a local charity, or thru national charities, all of which are somehow ever more efficient than working collectively thru government because it is ONLY thru government that we create dependency.

What it comes down to is that Synergy made another stooopid statement, I was extending her "logic" and now you've come along seeking to score points with the failed argument of dependency. It's just a damn shame that we are dependent on others for so much, and it's just plain shameful that some are more dependent than others.

Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#15615 Jun 17, 2013
Oh my wrote:
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"Some of those groups", some how this translates into a silencing of the movement. Oh where oh where is the Tea Party, some of the groups ran into a hassle from the IRS.
Never claimed all of the the IRS actions were proper, just taking issue with your hyperbole.
Obama's enemies were silenced, just more overblown BS whined out by the constantly persecuted.
That's odd. I read the same post that you read and found it quite factual. Where is the hyperbole?
What I get out of most of your post is just more excuses trying to make the IRS scandal cleaner than it really is. Your saying that you find some of the IRS actions not proper --BUT---. So you think that you can be just a little pregnant?

Since: Nov 12

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#15616 Jun 17, 2013
Oh my wrote:
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"Some of those groups", some how this translates into a silencing of the movement. Oh where oh where is the Tea Party, some of the groups ran into a hassle from the IRS.
Never claimed all of the the IRS actions were proper, just taking issue with your hyperbole.
Obama's enemies were silenced, just more overblown BS whined out by the constantly persecuted.
Show me the hyperbole and I'll address it.

And how would you characterize a "Be on the Look Out" for list that includes (per the IG audit):
Tea Party
Patriots
Constitution
We the People
9/12
"government spending/debt/taxes"
"educating the public"
"criticize the government"

ESPECIALLY that last one "criticize the government" - ever heard of the 1st Amendment?

Since: Nov 12

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#15617 Jun 17, 2013
Oh my wrote:
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Well, "those who WILL NOT help themselves" could be seen as those who live a life of sin, but then even their sins can be forgiven at the end of their life as we saw on Calgary.
Or, "those who WILL NOT help themselves" could be seen as the once forgiven but who continue to sin, yet continue to seek forgiveness, this could be seen as a dependency issue.
Or, since so many insist that we are guilty of sin simply by being born, we are therefore dependent on Christ for forgiveness, which makes it a dependency issue again. And for a long time we were dependent on the Church for the rules and regulations of those who were worthy of such forgiveness, and still there are churches who wish to retain this power over their congregations.
Or some like to point out that we should be helping those less fortunate directly, or thru a local church, or thru a local charity, or thru national charities, all of which are somehow ever more efficient than working collectively thru government because it is ONLY thru government that we create dependency.
What it comes down to is that Synergy made another stooopid statement, I was extending her "logic" and now you've come along seeking to score points with the failed argument of dependency. It's just a damn shame that we are dependent on others for so much, and it's just plain shameful that some are more dependent than others.
The contortions you are having to go through to try and support your argument are painful. The one point I will address is your sarcasm towards the concept of local charity versus an impersonal governmental charity. Probably the most important word there being impersonal. When people work through a local assistance program there is that personal relationship as well as accountability - the person in need is just that, a person, not a number, not a case file.
Informed Opinion

Liberia, Costa Rica

#15618 Jun 17, 2013
Bigdave1 wrote:
<quoted text>A one party system disguised as a two party system.
Great post.

Whether the American League or the National League wins the World Series only matters to the fans.

The owners only want to make sure that Major League Baseball is the only game in town.

Just like the RNC and the DNC.
Informed Opinion

Liberia, Costa Rica

#15619 Jun 17, 2013
Synergy wrote:
<quoted text>Oh, Lord. Now, on top of everything else, you liked Jimmy Carter??????????
Seriously. I am going to get you some really good help.
Be sure to thank him for the BOAT LIFT. Good Grief. First Miami and now from central FL on down. Yeah! He was GREAT. UGH.

You just make it up as you go.
If anyone had a way of stopping the boat lift that did not involve murdering thousands in the water, or opening an earlier Gitmo at a cost is $1.3 Million a year for thousands of people,(wouldn't that be fun to pay taxes to support - but Right Wingers love to pay taxes), they would have spoken up.

Oh wait ... Right Wingers don't mind wars - we could have invaded Cuba and had the chance to use those ABMs.
Informed Opinion

Liberia, Costa Rica

#15620 Jun 17, 2013
Synergy wrote:
<quoted text>And you know what? We don't HAVE to BE dependent on foreign oil. You need to talk with your hero about that.
Wait ...

You want to subsidize energy conservation instead of oil companies ?

You want to give tax breaks to those who buy energy efficient Hybrid cars instead of subsidizing 6,000 lb SUVs ?

You want to subsidize those who build small, energy efficient homes instead of subsidizing those McMansions ?

You want to charge oil companies a surplus tax to pay for the 5th Fleet a/k/a the Exxon Mobil "Tanker Support Group" that has costs is Trillions of dollars ?

Do that - and we'll get to be energy independent - don't - and we won't.
Informed Opinion

Liberia, Costa Rica

#15621 Jun 17, 2013
General Robert E Lee wrote:
<quoted text>If Clinton had any guts, oh the hypocrisy of a liberal.
You have to be so far out on the Right Wing that everyone in the world is to your left if you believe Clinton is a Liberal.

Clintons ?

Liberal ?

Yea - that's why Hillary's on the board of WalMart - that's such a liberal socialist commie company.

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