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

Norcross, GA

#8856 May 4, 2013
Bored wrote:
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Heck, I cant get any libroach to bite this turkey.
You're a waste of time.

You've got to choose:

~Have a discussion like an adult most of the time and be taken seriously.

~Act like a trolling 7th grade idiot 99% of the time and be ignored and considered as a waste of time.

You can't have it both ways.
Bored

Dawsonville, GA

#8857 May 4, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
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You're a waste of time.
You've got to choose:
~Have a discussion like an adult most of the time and be taken seriously.
~Act like a trolling 7th grade idiot 99% of the time and be ignored and considered as a waste of time.
You can't have it both ways.

you're like a high school girl, wont commit.
ChicknButt

Norcross, GA

#8858 May 4, 2013
Bored wrote:
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you're like a high school girl, wont commit.
Enjoy talking to yourself.
Scott

Braselton, GA

#8859 May 4, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
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You're a waste of time.
You've got to choose:
~Have a discussion like an adult most of the time and be taken seriously.
~Act like a trolling 7th grade idiot 99% of the time and be ignored and considered as a waste of time.
You can't have it both ways.
Clean up in aisle 25, poultry section, please!
Bored

Dawsonville, GA

#8860 May 4, 2013
Scott wrote:
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Clean up in aisle 25, poultry section, please!

ROFL Bigtime!
Bored

Dawsonville, GA

#8861 May 4, 2013
Bored wrote:
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Whole Foods there is a good place to eat lunch, good food.
FYI, you didn't say so but that Whole Foods location sits where part of Ponce De Leon field used to be.


"The park was known for a magnolia tree in deep center field. Balls landing in the tree remained in play, until Earl Mann took over the team in 1947 and had the outfield wall moved in about fifty feet. During exhibition games, Babe Ruth and Eddie Mathews both hit home runs that became stuck in the distant tree.

The famous magnolia tree is still standing at the rear of the shopping center along the BeltLine trail."
Bored

Dawsonville, GA

#8862 May 4, 2013
Bored wrote:
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Whole Foods there is a good place to eat lunch, good food.
FYI, you didn't say so but that Whole Foods location sits where part of Ponce De Leon field used to be.

I have some memories there as a kid in late 50's and early 60's. Free kids days with paid adult admission.

Since: Jan 10

Location hidden

#8863 May 4, 2013
Bored wrote:
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I'll wait for an answer to post #8852.
Par for the course, wouldn't you say?

Since: Jan 10

Location hidden

#8864 May 4, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
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Enjoy talking to yourself.
Another ironic post from this poster after he/she has been ignored under various names...

Since: Jan 10

Location hidden

#8865 May 4, 2013
Scott wrote:
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Clean up in aisle 25, poultry section, please!
It will be denied, ignored or blamed on Bush...
Bored

Dawsonville, GA

#8866 May 4, 2013
Bill in Dville wrote:
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Par for the course, wouldn't you say?

He's afraid it's a trick question.
clueless nuts

Ellaville, GA

#8867 May 4, 2013
danger zone wrote:
Chickbutt, that wasn't an Obama imposter in the video. Absolutely nothing propaganda about it. It was in his very own words & pieced together so perfectly. Don't you think? When has he ever slobbered sugar like that discussing Christianity in America? Oh, that's right, Never! Because as he keeps reminding us, America is no longer a Christian nation. Over & over & over again.
Oh, by the way, that bow to the Saudi king was really, really low. He almost toppled over, such an awkward look for an American president.
Remember when Bush flew the relatives of Bin Laden OUT of the US to "protect" them after he killed all those innocent Americans?? Why, because George grew up with the Saudi leaders, they were friends of the family and Bin Laden is Saudi.

Never heard or read where Obama said the U.S. was not a Christian Nation. Just another lie repeated in a feeble attempt to make Obama a monster. You must be thinking of the group that wrote the Constitution, they believed in separation of church and state after witnessing the atrocities of the Church Of England, that's why they came here in the first place, religious freedom.

That's another reason you are allowed to lie and make things up, the Constitution is for all including clueless nuts.
xipot

Ellaville, GA

#8868 May 4, 2013
Bill in Dville wrote:
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Par for the course, wouldn't you say?
And you are known to just skip over posts that present questions to you that you just can't lie enough to present a coherent answer. The sky is falling chickman and your only escape is in a broken down caddy drive my a old woman who can only answer real questions with political put downs and name calling. Its the whole bunch of sock puppets at once, just like any day on topix.
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#8869 May 4, 2013
Bill in Dville wrote:
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Par for the course, wouldn't you say?
Completely useless post 1.
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#8870 May 4, 2013
Bill in Dville wrote:
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Another ironic post from this poster after he/she has been ignored under various names...
Completely useless post #2.
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#8871 May 4, 2013
Bill in Dville wrote:
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It will be denied, ignored or blamed on Bush...
Completely useless post #3.

If this was baseball you'd be headed back to the dugout.
Bored

Dawsonville, GA

#8872 May 4, 2013
Base argument, scientists dont really know what causes major abrupt changes in the climate. At present time they are pushing co2 increase while negating such things as Thermohaline circulation appox every 600 years or so affected by salinity,
salinity itself, Wind Field Oscillation, and many other factors.

Co2 levels rise and lowers in reference to more factors than man-made co2.

The IPPC is a political oriented organization, and as such, is like all other governmental organizations. Crying wolf long enough will always attract those who see political opportunity in taking up the false wolf call.


Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#8873 May 4, 2013
clueless nuts wrote:
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Remember when Bush flew the relatives of Bin Laden OUT of the US to "protect" them after he killed all those innocent Americans?? Why, because George grew up with the Saudi leaders, they were friends of the family and Bin Laden is Saudi.
Never heard or read where Obama said the U.S. was not a Christian Nation. Just another lie repeated in a feeble attempt to make Obama a monster. You must be thinking of the group that wrote the Constitution, they believed in separation of church and state after witnessing the atrocities of the Church Of England, that's why they came here in the first place, religious freedom.
That's another reason you are allowed to lie and make things up, the Constitution is for all including clueless nuts.
"Bush flew relatives of bin Laden out of US'- this is a false narrative that just will not die, after 9/11 the Saudi govt did request permission to fly a number of Saudi nationals out of the country fearing reprisals. Many of them were members of bin Laden's family - the same family from which he was largely estranged. The flights took place after the airports reopened - I mention this because usually the conspiracy theory includes that planes flew all over the US to pick up these same people while the flight ban was still ongoing. The FBI did interview some of the Saudi nationals before allowing them to leave. But just what was our govt supposed to do?- Refuse to let citizens of another country leave when there was NO evidence they were involved in any way - SOME of them just had the misfortune to be related - most in no close way - to a terrorist. That's a great way to cause an international incident.

And once again we have a complete misrepresentation of "separation of church and state" . First of all, please enlighten us on the "atrocities of the Church of England" - name them specifically.

The intent of the First Amendment was that each be allowed to worship as they saw fit. The aspects of the Church of England the founders did not want repeated included:
1. The Church of England was identified with the state, going so far as to have the head of state (the current king or queen) actually being identified as the head of the Church. Ministers took an oath on ordination to not only Christ and the Church but to the King/Queen.
2. Being the state church, it was also supported by taxes. And you paid those taxes whether you belonged to the church or not.
3. This pattern had been continued in many of the colonies though with different denominations. Those same denominations that came to the New World for their own religious freedom denied that same freedom to different denominations by establishing their preferred denomination as the charter's official religion. Not all colonies did this, but many did.
4. The Danbury Baptists (to whom Jefferson's letter containing "separation of church and state" was written) were concerned that the Congregationalist majority in Connecticut would establish the Congregationalist church as the official church of Connecticut much as the Church of England had been for England.
5. So again, the founders INTENT was that there be no state supported denomination. All citizens were to have true freedom of religion and freedom of expression of that religion without fear of oppression.
Practically

Columbus, GA

#8874 May 4, 2013
Anyone remember the 80's when they said we wouldn't be able to go outside by the year 2000 because of the depleted ozone.
The problem with science is its treated like religion, religion is based on faith, science is not.
Most modern scientists cannot ever admit they were completely wrong, ergo "Man Made Global Warming"
Some have even gone as far as skewing data to reinforce their conclusions.
Is this science?
all about you

Ellaville, GA

#8875 May 4, 2013
General Robert E Lee wrote:
Paul Broun 2014.
You being a Broun supporter comes as no surprise. He is responsible for some of the most ignorant statements by a public official in my memory anyway. He is an embarrassment to the state of Georgia and the people of the south. That being said I don't think he believes all the stupid things he says, He just says stupid things to placate his Tea Party base. But if you haven’t noticed most people are over the Tea Party, now maybe we can get back to running our country. If nothing else we need to learn to take responsibility for the condition of our county and our economy. Keep on blaming others is almost as bad as passing our debts to our grandchildren. The baby boomer generation completely dropped the ball !!

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