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#294 Feb 26, 2013
2Independent wrote:
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On the other hand, the current supply of Republicans are barely human, and they are definitely not conservative. To bad. We could use some actual conservatives right now.
How long before "That is supposed to be 'too bad'"?

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#295 Feb 26, 2013
Anonymous Keyboard Tapper wrote:
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How long before "That is supposed to be 'too bad'"?
You are correct, oh grammar Nazi.(just kidding)
Anon

Louisville, KY

#296 Feb 26, 2013
2Independent wrote:
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No offense Anon, but I am no fan of the Democratic Party. Of course, they aren't remotely liberal anyway, but then I'm not either. I do believe that the cure to many of the country's ills is a more progressive tax structure, but you would have to be ignorant of history to think that's a strictly liberal stance.
On the other hand, the current supply of Republicans are barely human, and they are definitely not conservative. To bad. We could use some actual conservatives right now.
I actually realized this as I typed the original post, but there are only two brushes to paint with in this board. You're either a staunch conservative doing God's work, or you're Independent/AKT/Anon. All three are the same entity and entirely liberal scum.
Wazzoo

Hazel, KY

#297 Feb 26, 2013
Anonymous Keyboard Tapper wrote:
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How long before "That is supposed to be 'too bad'"?
Another que-ef, from her highness the spewing orifice. No name calling on this site is related to actual people. The names posted are to protect the anonymous.

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#298 Feb 26, 2013
Wazzoo wrote:
<quoted text> Another que-ef, from her highness the spewing orifice. No name calling on this site is related to actual people. The names posted are to protect the anonymous.
You would certainly know about spewing orifices.
Dan

Duluth, GA

#299 Feb 26, 2013
I am just curious here, but as I read some of your posts (Anon, AKT, 2independent, wazoo) and the talk about liberals and conservatives, who is and who's not, what would you classify yourselves as? Whom do you admire as Presidents? I'm honestly trying to get a handle of people's ideology here.

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#301 Feb 26, 2013
Dan wrote:
I am just curious here, but as I read some of your posts (Anon, AKT, 2independent, wazoo) and the talk about liberals and conservatives, who is and who's not, what would you classify yourselves as? Whom do you admire as Presidents? I'm honestly trying to get a handle of people's ideology here.
In reverse, my favorite presidents would be, The Big Dog (best republican president we've had in a long time), Gerald Ford, Kennedy, Eisenhower, Truman, FDR, Teddy. After that, I am a little shaky on history except for the likes of Lincoln, etc. None of them were perfect, but that's not what we hired them for. As for classifying myself, my screen name takes care of that. Of course, for some on here, anyone to the left of Attila the Hun is a flaming liberal.
Hazelky

Norwalk, CT

#302 Feb 27, 2013
2Independent wrote:
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In reverse, my favorite presidents would be, The Big Dog (best republican president we've had in a long time), Gerald Ford, Kennedy, Eisenhower, Truman, FDR, Teddy. After that, I am a little shaky on history except for the likes of Lincoln, etc. None of them were perfect, but that's not what we hired them for. As for classifying myself, my screen name takes care of that. Of course, for some on here, anyone to the left of Attila the Hun is a flaming liberal.
Who gives a rat's a-- what you are. Your no more effective in life than I am.

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#303 Feb 27, 2013
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Who gives a rat's a-- what you are. Your no more effective in life than I am.
Based on your response, I am probably plenty more successful than you, just as I would tend to be more successful than all of the other people who demonstrate a negative attitude about society in general. Then, there's always the fact that I don't live in Hazel.
Hazelky

Norwalk, CT

#304 Feb 27, 2013
2Independent wrote:
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Based on your response, I am probably plenty more successful than you, just as I would tend to be more successful than all of the other people who demonstrate a negative attitude about society in general. Then, there's always the fact that I don't live in Hazel.
I don't live in Hazel. You assume more than you know.I do own property there. I don't give a rat's a-- if you think your more successful than me. I'm 70 yrs old and I retired last year from a large chemical plant where I was a supervisor for 41 yrs. Now go get your food stamps and wellfare ck. and keep making a a-- of yourself.

Since: Feb 13

Duluth, GA

#305 Feb 27, 2013
Without all the name calling and insults, this has been a relatively interesting thread. I do find some of the posters ideologies perplexing. The President's question gives one a fair idea of where they stand with their ideology when labels just won't do.

You can claim you believe a particular way or simply that your "independent" (no offense to 2independent), but how you view history and how you judge the presidents that shaped it tells a lot about one's own beliefs.
DERP

Murray, KY

#306 Feb 27, 2013
Booker Tee wrote:
Without all the name calling and insults, this has been a relatively interesting thread. I do find some of the posters ideologies perplexing. The President's question gives one a fair idea of where they stand with their ideology when labels just won't do.
You can claim you believe a particular way or simply that your "independent" (no offense to 2independent), but how you view history and how you judge the presidents that shaped it tells a lot about one's own beliefs.
yep

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#307 Feb 27, 2013
Hazelky wrote:
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I don't live in Hazel. You assume more than you know.I do own property there. I don't give a rat's a-- if you think your more successful than me. I'm 70 yrs old and I retired last year from a large chemical plant where I was a supervisor for 41 yrs. Now go get your food stamps and wellfare ck. and keep making a a-- of yourself.
Did I touch a raw nerve there?

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#308 Feb 27, 2013
Booker Tee wrote:
Without all the name calling and insults, this has been a relatively interesting thread. I do find some of the posters ideologies perplexing. The President's question gives one a fair idea of where they stand with their ideology when labels just won't do.
You can claim you believe a particular way or simply that your "independent" (no offense to 2independent), but how you view history and how you judge the presidents that shaped it tells a lot about one's own beliefs.
And no offense taken. I find it enlightening to see a comparison of where Obama stands on policy (actual policy, not rhetoric) and compare it to the 1968-1974 Richard Nixon. Obama actually governs to the right of Nixon and Nixon would be chased away from today's Republican Party.

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#309 Feb 27, 2013
2Independent wrote:
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...Nixon would be chased away from today's Republican Party.
Probably because he claimed that he was NOT a crook. That would have certainly kept him from passing Go.

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#310 Feb 27, 2013
2Independent wrote:
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And no offense taken. I find it enlightening to see a comparison of where Obama stands on policy (actual policy, not rhetoric) and compare it to the 1968-1974 Richard Nixon. Obama actually governs to the right of Nixon and Nixon would be chased away from today's Republican Party.
I don't know if I would go that far. Nixon was an enigma. He was hated by liberals and ridiculed by many conservatives. A very interesting character for sure.

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#311 Feb 27, 2013
Booker Tee wrote:
<quoted text> I don't know if I would go that far. Nixon was an enigma. He was hated by liberals and ridiculed by many conservatives. A very interesting character for sure.
Nixon's dishonesty was a constant during his political career, which is too bad because he had political skills. He could have gone down as a two term success if he had just stayed above board. W's administration made Nixon's dishonesty seem quaint. Times have changed.

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