Consistent

Grantsburg, WI

#22 Jan 31, 2013
Awful Truth wrote:
<quoted text>
Get used to it. The majority of Americans support Obama and are therefore "fools" by your definition, and that doesn't appear likely to change anytime soon.
Clinton is a cinch to win in 2016 if she runs.
I suppose you wingnuts are going to nominate someone who isn't a fool likely Bachmann or Palin, huh?
ROFLMAO!!!
Retard,

There will not be an Election in 2013 if Barry Soetoro is not Impeached before then.

A majority of Americans did not vote for Barry Soetoro, a majority of the 20% Amerikan Sheeple did.

You should sue the Urban School that created you! Hell I should! Look what they dumped on us because they just wanted you out of their facility.
Consistent

Grantsburg, WI

#23 Jan 31, 2013
2016 Elections
Awful Truth

Saint Paul, MN

#24 Jan 31, 2013
Consistent wrote:
<quoted text>
Retard,
There will not be an Election in 2013 if Barry Soetoro is not Impeached before then.
A majority of Americans did not vote for Barry Soetoro, a majority of the 20% Amerikan Sheeple did.
You should sue the Urban School that created you! Hell I should! Look what they dumped on us because they just wanted you out of their facility.
What election in 2013 are we talking about???
Consistent

Grantsburg, WI

#25 Jan 31, 2013
Awful Truth wrote:
<quoted text>
What election in 2013 are we talking about???
Since you brought up 2013. This was the year that your Probation is up right?

Can you go back to Public Pools yet?

“The one and only Smart Liberal”

Since: Aug 12

Former MN Tax Payer

#26 Jan 31, 2013
Awful Truth wrote:
The truth is that there are a half dozen people that post under a bunch of different names, both registered and unregistered, that account for easily 90% of the postings on the Minneapolis forum of Topix.
I'm one of them. Seattle Slew is another. You and Schmahl make four of the six.
You are as dishonest as the day is long. But part of being the troll that you are charged with being is to make unfounded accusations of others while never providing any credible source for any asinine claim you make.

Keep up the good work Dumbo.
Awful Truth

Saint Paul, MN

#27 Jan 31, 2013
Smart Liberal wrote:
<quoted text>
You are as dishonest as the day is long. But part of being the troll that you are charged with being is to make unfounded accusations of others while never providing any credible source for any asinine claim you make.
Keep up the good work Dumbo.
You mean like oversampling Democrats?

You tell more lies in one day than I've told in the last 50 years.

Since: Oct 08

Location hidden

#28 Jan 31, 2013
Awful Truth wrote:
<quoted text>
Get used to it. The majority of Americans support Obama and are therefore "fools" by your definition, and that doesn't appear likely to change anytime soon.
Clinton is a cinch to win in 2016 if she runs.
I suppose you wingnuts are going to nominate someone who isn't a fool likely Bachmann or Palin, huh?
ROFLMAO!!!
A very small majority of Americans voted for Obama and yes they are fools. They sent a community organizer, with a record of complete failure, who set in motion the greatest tax increase package in the history of the US, to fix the economy. Like sending a blacksmith to tune a Mercedes! Complete fools. If Clinton runs,(Watch out for Bengazi) she will not win because the growth and prosperity this country desparately will be looking for, will not be a part of her plan. I like Hillary, but after 8 years of economic disaster, high unemployment, she lost her window of opportunity. The GOP has a nice line up of young, energetic possiblities, with Rubio, Martinez, Brewer, Cotton, Paul. But it won't matter who the messenger is, what will matter is the message,- Growth and Prosperty, versus, economic uncertainty and government handouts!
real space ace

Minneapolis, MN

#29 Jan 31, 2013
Awful Truth wrote:
<quoted text>
Get used to it. The majority of Americans support Obama and are therefore "fools" by your definition, and that doesn't appear likely to change anytime soon.
Clinton is a cinch to win in 2016 if she runs.
I suppose you wingnuts are going to nominate someone who isn't a fool likely Bachmann or Palin, huh?
ROFLMAO!!!
Oh yeah clinton rules. It is so awsome that she worked for a firm that was filled with noted communists party supporters in the 1970's. I also loved how she handled benghazi. And lets not forget this old wicked witch of the midwest goes to council on foreign relations meetings.

Since: Jul 10

Minneapolis, MN

#30 Jan 31, 2013
Niether of the Above wrote:
Anyone ever notice the so called wealthy, black belt, investor from Seattle(?) who was fired from the Post Office, whom I often refer to as Pissant, is more often than not, the last poster on most threads, regardless of what time of day or night you check in here? People get so tired of the babble they just quit following the threads after awhile due to the shear stupidity of her posts
the main three that tend to kill threads. one is from TX. another one is Roman for coarse. and the third is by initials is jhc.
.
in fact from what I could tell. at least one thread was totally removed by the mods due to the last troll having a link to a site that is blasphemous to many religions. due to the site having sex toys in the form of various religious figures.
.
the two males tend to post things that are rather crude. and more of in line of a 13 year old from the slums. though the female one does come close at times for the same crude and bratty behavior.
Amused Slew

Minneapolis, MN

#31 Jan 31, 2013
Why does everyone pick on my gay hubby all the time? He can't help it if his meds make him a little unstable. Be kind to the mentally unstable like the Slewsie from Seattle. Thank you.
DSM Local

Ankeny, IA

#32 Jan 31, 2013
slew often derails threads if you respond to it
Amused Slew

Seattle, WA

#33 Jan 31, 2013
Amused Slew wrote:
Why does everyone pick on my gay hubby all the time? He can't help it if his meds make him a little unstable. Be kind to the mentally unstable like the Slewsie from Seattle. Thank you.
Poor cantgetitup, so you resort to internet fantasies, bet TrashyLiar gets jealous ~! LMAOROTFU~!
Amused Slew

Minneapolis, MN

#34 Jan 31, 2013
Amused Slew wrote:
<quoted text>Poor cantgetitup, so you resort to internet fantasies, bet TrashyLiar gets jealous ~! LMAOROTFU~!
Now Slewsie. I said nice things about you. Just take those meds and your head will feel better soon again.
Ronald

Minneapolis, MN

#35 Jan 31, 2013
DSM Local wrote:
slew often derails threads if you respond to it
slew has attention deficet disorder, he plays out here looking for attention.

Scary because he lives in mommys basement, playing violent video games, his mommy has introduced him to firearms to give him confidence.

He SHOULD be investigated and commited for evaluation, SOON.
Awful Truth

Saint Paul, MN

#36 Feb 1, 2013
Niether of the Above wrote:
<quoted text>A very small majority of Americans voted for Obama and yes they are fools. They sent a community organizer, with a record of complete failure, who set in motion the greatest tax increase package in the history of the US, to fix the economy. Like sending a blacksmith to tune a Mercedes! Complete fools. If Clinton runs,(Watch out for Bengazi) she will not win because the growth and prosperity this country desparately will be looking for, will not be a part of her plan. I like Hillary, but after 8 years of economic disaster, high unemployment, she lost her window of opportunity. The GOP has a nice line up of young, energetic possiblities, with Rubio, Martinez, Brewer, Cotton, Paul. But it won't matter who the messenger is, what will matter is the message,- Growth and Prosperty, versus, economic uncertainty and government handouts!
The message isn't quite that simple.

The Republican party projects itself as the party of the angry white rich bigoted protestant men, and there aren't enough of those to elect a president anymore.

To succeed,the GOP needs to become more inclusive AND needs to project that it represents the best interests of ALL Americans, not just the rich and big business.

The Republicans also need to quit running candidates like Bachmann and Palin and buffoons that make incredilous statements about rape and women, and needs a cohesive platform that unlike with Romney does not change with the wind, and needs to concentrate more on economic issues rather than social issues.

If the Republicans can do these things, yes, they can score significant victories in 2014 and 2016.

Since: Oct 08

Location hidden

#37 Feb 1, 2013
Awful Truth wrote:
<quoted text>
The message isn't quite that simple.
The Republican party projects itself as the party of the angry white rich bigoted protestant men, and there aren't enough of those to elect a president anymore.
To succeed,the GOP needs to become more inclusive AND needs to project that it represents the best interests of ALL Americans, not just the rich and big business.
The Republicans also need to quit running candidates like Bachmann and Palin and buffoons that make incredilous statements about rape and women, and needs a cohesive platform that unlike with Romney does not change with the wind, and needs to concentrate more on economic issues rather than social issues.
If the Republicans can do these things, yes, they can score significant victories in 2014 and 2016.
There you go again, attempting to frame the conversation and define people as you and the liberal media biases want to do. The GOP has a wide appeal, to a large number of people, people who want finanical independence, the opportunity to gain econimic growth and real prosperity they can see, not just read about. The problem was and is, the left tactics, to win both elections was to demonize the GOP and use whatever tactics available to them to win, at any cost. To their credit they re-elected a President who, had the worse un-employment record since Carter. Ran up the debt twice as fast as the 43 people before him combined. Saw gasoline prices go up almost triple. And passed the biggest tax increase in history masked as Obamacare! They campaigned on "Gay Mariage", War on Woman, Tax the wealthy!. No solutions, just attack whatever the GOP says, use the Media to spread the inuendo and Wala! Re-elected! The power of mob mentality and an apparent populace who didn't want to hear the facts, but the fluff. Why should the GOP back down from it principles? It believes in Protecting all life, it believes in the traditional definition of marriage, it believe equal opportunity for all. Personal accountablilty. Explain to me, why we should back down from those principles!! Quite frankly, I would rather lose again in 2016 and 2020 than back away from those principles.
Consistent

Grantsburg, WI

#38 Feb 1, 2013
Niether of the Above wrote:
<quoted text>There you go again, attempting to frame the conversation and define people as you and the liberal media biases want to do. The GOP has a wide appeal, to a large number of people, people who want finanical independence, the opportunity to gain econimic growth and real prosperity they can see, not just read about. The problem was and is, the left tactics, to win both elections was to demonize the GOP and use whatever tactics available to them to win, at any cost. To their credit they re-elected a President who, had the worse un-employment record since Carter. Ran up the debt twice as fast as the 43 people before him combined. Saw gasoline prices go up almost triple. And passed the biggest tax increase in history masked as Obamacare! They campaigned on "Gay Mariage", War on Woman, Tax the wealthy!. No solutions, just attack whatever the GOP says, use the Media to spread the inuendo and Wala! Re-elected! The power of mob mentality and an apparent populace who didn't want to hear the facts, but the fluff. Why should the GOP back down from it principles? It believes in Protecting all life, it believes in the traditional definition of marriage, it believe equal opportunity for all. Personal accountablilty. Explain to me, why we should back down from those principles!! Quite frankly, I would rather lose again in 2016 and 2020 than back away from those principles.
" Quite frankly, I would rather lose again in 2016 and 2020 than back away from those principles"

Amen!

Idiots like the Low Integrity Name Stealer may have issues from the Shallow Gene Pool he crawled out of, but the major cause of his stupidity is the failings of the Government Schools to teach the fool how to learn, and the Outstanding Job the Government Schools did in indoctrinating this ignorant Sheeple with Situational Ethics.

“The one and only Smart Liberal”

Since: Aug 12

Former MN Tax Payer

#40 Feb 1, 2013
Awful Truth wrote:
<quoted text>
The message isn't quite that simple.
The Republican party projects itself as the party of the angry white rich bigoted protestant men, and there aren't enough of those to elect a president anymore.
To succeed,the GOP needs to become more inclusive AND needs to project that it represents the best interests of ALL Americans, not just the rich and big business.
The Republicans also need to quit running candidates like Bachmann and Palin and buffoons that make incredilous statements about rape and women, and needs a cohesive platform that unlike with Romney does not change with the wind, and needs to concentrate more on economic issues rather than social issues.
If the Republicans can do these things, yes, they can score significant victories in 2014 and 2016.
Bullsh*t. YOU and your ilk portray the Republican Party as "the party of the angry white rich bigoted protestant men".

It is anything but that.
It is the Party that says "all are equal".
It is the Party that says personal responsibility is a good thing.
It is the Party that says "freedom is the basis of this great nation".

Sadly, too many within the Republican Party are nothing more than Democrats that got lost. But the message in the Party Platform is one of freedom and personal responsiility.
Awful Truth

Saint Paul, MN

#41 Feb 1, 2013
Niether of the Above wrote:
<quoted text>There you go again, attempting to frame the conversation and define people as you and the liberal media biases want to do. The GOP has a wide appeal, to a large number of people, people who want finanical independence, the opportunity to gain econimic growth and real prosperity they can see, not just read about. The problem was and is, the left tactics, to win both elections was to demonize the GOP and use whatever tactics available to them to win, at any cost. To their credit they re-elected a President who, had the worse un-employment record since Carter. Ran up the debt twice as fast as the 43 people before him combined. Saw gasoline prices go up almost triple. And passed the biggest tax increase in history masked as Obamacare! They campaigned on "Gay Mariage", War on Woman, Tax the wealthy!. No solutions, just attack whatever the GOP says, use the Media to spread the inuendo and Wala! Re-elected! The power of mob mentality and an apparent populace who didn't want to hear the facts, but the fluff. Why should the GOP back down from it principles? It believes in Protecting all life, it believes in the traditional definition of marriage, it believe equal opportunity for all. Personal accountablilty. Explain to me, why we should back down from those principles!! Quite frankly, I would rather lose again in 2016 and 2020 than back away from those principles.
So how did that Republican "wide appeal" work in 2012 against an incumbent with a weak economy?
Awful Truth

Saint Paul, MN

#42 Feb 1, 2013
Consistent wrote:
<quoted text>
" Quite frankly, I would rather lose again in 2016 and 2020 than back away from those principles"
And you will unless the platform changes and the party becomes more inclusive, neither of which will happen if old bigots like you remain in the party.

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