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Columbus Native

Oklahoma City, OK

#16462 Jun 25, 2013
Synergy wrote:
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Post brought to you by an Obamabot from planet Libroid.
Is'nt it nice it is not romney? romneybot

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

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#16463 Jun 25, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
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Ann Coulter is way too polarizing to be a serious candidate. She goes too far sometimes, but I would love to know what her IQ is. The woman is brilliant and can turn on a dime when the subject changes.
I admit that I would LOVE to see her in a debate with Hillary - Ann would serve her up royally.
True that. She would eat Hillary's lunch. Ann to too reactive and a little on the hot headed side. We see how well that works for our current "Blow-up in Chief".

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

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#16464 Jun 25, 2013
Ann IS too...... ^
OMTE

Douglas, GA

#16465 Jun 25, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
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Ann Coulter is way too polarizing to be a serious candidate. She goes too far sometimes, but I would love to know what her IQ is. The woman is brilliant and can turn on a dime when the subject changes.
I admit that I would LOVE to see her in a debate with Hillary - Ann would serve her up royally.
You say she goes to far and she polarizing. I thought the clueless and uneduacated polarity was gone off with our moral compass. She isn't what we need? I know.... She goes against her own party sometimes and rocks the boat so of course you republicans will never nominate her. You're right. Good point.
Columbus Native

Oklahoma City, OK

#16466 Jun 25, 2013
After a nice 2 week vacation come back on this forum and the same ol'fools on the same stools with the same anti-Obama drool.Get over it after all it's 3 and one half years till the next election. Must be miserable typing for hours over something that you can't do a thing about.
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#16467 Jun 25, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
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http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
What is your point?
"You're kidding, right?" was in response to IO's contention that China and Russia were somehow showing a shred of respect for our Constitution.

http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
You're kidding, right. They're just having a ball embarrassing the US. And they would love to get their hands on him and see what information they can either get from him directly or see if they can potentially find a way to get more through his knowledge of our systems.
The point is, just pony up with enough cash and we'll gladly sell you what you want to know. All this information is safe and secure, look at how difficult it was for Snowden to walk out with what he needed, nothing like that could ever happen again. Thank God were not coddlin' Muslims like that fiend Obama, oh wait, what does UAE stand for...

After Profits, Defense Contractor Faces the Pitfalls of Cybersecurity By DAVID E. SANGER and NICOLE PERLROTH June 15, 2013
http://mobile.nytimes.com/2013/06/16/us/after...

...Yet as Booz Allen profits handsomely from its worldwide expansion, Mr. McConnell and other executives of the government contractor — which sells itself as the gold standard in protecting classified computer systems and boasts that half its 25,000 employees have Top Secret clearances — have a lot of questions to answer.

Among the questions: Why did Booz Allen assign a 29-year-old with scant experience to a sensitive N.S.A. site in Hawaii, where he was left loosely supervised as he downloaded highly classified documents about the government’s monitoring of Internet and telephone communications, apparently loading them onto a portable memory stick barred by the agency? The results could be disastrous for a company that until a week ago had one of the best business plans in Washington, with more than half its $5.8 billion in annual revenue coming from the military and the intelligence agencies.

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#16468 Jun 25, 2013
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>You say she goes to far and she polarizing. I thought the clueless and uneduacated polarity was gone off with our moral compass. She isn't what we need? I know.... She goes against her own party sometimes and rocks the boat so of course you republicans will never nominate her. You're right. Good point.
Over reaction much - for the most part I was agreeing with you about Ms Coulter. I was simply saying I do not see her as a serious candidate - and I love it when she "rocks the boat".

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

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#16469 Jun 25, 2013
Columbus Native wrote:
After a nice 2 week vacation come back on this forum and the same ol'fools on the same stools with the same anti-Obama drool.Get over it after all it's 3 and one half years till the next election. Must be miserable typing for hours over something that you can't do a thing about.
Why do you care? Why do you care so much about what we're doing? It seems if you don't enjoy being on here, you would stay away. What does that say about YOUR mentality? Hmmmmmm?
Columbus Native

Oklahoma City, OK

#16470 Jun 25, 2013
ANN Coulter the typical dumb blonde
Columbus Native

Oklahoma City, OK

#16471 Jun 25, 2013
Synergy wrote:
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True that. She would eat Hillary's lunch. Ann to too reactive and a little on the hot headed side. We see how well that works for our current "Blow-up in Chief".
Her IQ? Probably well below normal as well as her stupid followers. Reminds me of the statements made 25 to 30 years ago about the dumbing down of America.
OMTE

Douglas, GA

#16472 Jun 25, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
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Over reaction much - for the most part I was agreeing with you about Ms Coulter. I was simply saying I do not see her as a serious candidate - and I love it when she "rocks the boat".
I was disagreeing with you too about you sayin she wasn't a serious candidate. I think she would be a perfect candidate. Maybe I should just say that next time instead of askin you questions little girl. My fault. I know how you republicans hate to answer questions. ;) LoL.
Columbus Native

Oklahoma City, OK

#16473 Jun 25, 2013
Synergy wrote:
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Why do you care? Why do you care so much about what we're doing? It seems if you don't enjoy being on here, you would stay away. What does that say about YOUR mentality? Hmmmmmm?
I see you and some others spend all day piss and moan over Obama and you need those like me to pester the hell out of you. Have'nt you got more important things to do? The only ones really bothered by our president are republicans. But if it helps you get it off your chest, knock yourself out.
OMTE

Douglas, GA

#16474 Jun 25, 2013
Columbus Native wrote:
<quoted text>I see you and some others spend all day piss and moan over Obama and you need those like me to pester the hell out of you. Have'nt you got more important things to do? The only ones really bothered by our president are republicans. But if it helps you get it off your chest, knock yourself out.
Weren't you the one that was goin to join that dummy from Kentucky's lawsuit to sue Obama and the NSA. Which is it? You can't have it both ways. Ya know?
OMTE

Douglas, GA

#16475 Jun 25, 2013
Columbus Native wrote:
<quoted text>Her IQ? Probably well below normal as well as her stupid followers. Reminds me of the statements made 25 to 30 years ago about the dumbing down of America.
That woman would make you cry dude.
danger zone

Fayetteville, GA

#16476 Jun 25, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
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In line with this and your prior post, now Sebelius is talking to the NBA and NFL about having sports celebrities do ads to try and get young people (especially young males) to sign up in the exchanges. The administration knows that the whole thing comes tumbling down sooner (rather than the inevitable later) if the young people who are intended to bear most of the burden don't sign up.
Maybe it is just me being cynical, but does anyone else find it insulting that the administration thinks that using various celebrities is the best way to get their message out to young people? Or maybe it is just a recognition of how your typical young adult ("typical", NOT all) ranks in among the low information voter who only knows talking points - don't know.
I find it unusual & insulting, I posted a link about it yesterday. The NBA & NFL should NOT promote Obamacare, keep politics out of sports.I view it as desperate measures by this administration. People in America are struggling to stay afloat. Young, HEALTHY men & women will most likely avoid paying Obamacare premiums, especially if they're minimum to low wage workers....Your last sentence explains it.

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#16477 Jun 25, 2013
Columbus Native wrote:
ANN Coulter the typical dumb blonde
Agree with her or disagree with her, for you to refer to her as a dumb blonde shows either your ignorance or your inability to look past your bias against conservatives - take your pick.

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#16478 Jun 25, 2013
danger zone wrote:
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I find it unusual & insulting, I posted a link about it yesterday. The NBA & NFL should NOT promote Obamacare, keep politics out of sports.I view it as desperate measures by this administration. People in America are struggling to stay afloat. Young, HEALTHY men & women will most likely avoid paying Obamacare premiums, especially if they're minimum to low wage workers....Your last sentence explains it.
Oops, I apologize DZ, I skimmed more than read yesterday and missed that you had already posted on this.
danger zone

Fayetteville, GA

#16479 Jun 25, 2013
Synergy wrote:
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Yep! AND it speaks VOLUMES in regard to whom the youth hold as role models. Frankly, the young people who are going to be expected to fund Obamacare either won't be able to afford it OR they won't feel the need. I don't think the various atheletes being trotted out is going to make much difference.
BTW, Obama DOES love his celebrities. I'm sure he thinks they are the answer to the funding problem for Obamacare. I just can't determine WHY a certain segment of our country can't see this train wreck for what it is.
A trainwreck is right, unbelievable! Who's next? The Kardashians & Housewives promoting Obamacare?
OMTE

Douglas, GA

#16480 Jun 25, 2013
danger zone wrote:
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I find it unusual & insulting, I posted a link about it yesterday. The NBA & NFL should NOT promote Obamacare, keep politics out of sports.I view it as desperate measures by this administration. People in America are struggling to stay afloat. Young, HEALTHY men & women will most likely avoid paying Obamacare premiums, especially if they're minimum to low wage workers....Your last sentence explains it.
So if you're young, healthy, and broke Obamacare won't cost me nothin? Well hell yeah. I'm all for it. Go Obamacare!!! LoL. I know I'm goin to regret replyin to your post, but I couldn't resist. LoL. You're to easy.

Since: Nov 12

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#16481 Jun 25, 2013
@DZ
It's worse than I thought, I went back and looked and now remember reading your post - color me embarrassed. Can I use as my excuse I was really ticked off about the immigration vote?....Nah, didn't think so.

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