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jack rabbit swammi cowboy

Klamath Falls, OR

#169265 Nov 27, 2012
Winner by default by selfesh dum ass gay marriage backers is The Swammi.

Since: Apr 11

North Hollywood, CA

#169267 Nov 27, 2012
jack rabbit swammi cowboy wrote:
<quoted text>Reason one; legitimizing gay marriage will be a recruitment tool for persuading more normal healthy young people to see an advantage in turning gay.
Rose's Law:
Morons with no real argument scream, "But what about the children!".
jack rabbit swammi cowboy wrote:
Two; gay marriages are mostly sham marriages and when government and private employers start to pay for all the increase in partner benefits they will drop all benefits. Those who don't drop benefits will be stuck with the increase in cost and that could cost me $$$. Yes normal people do turn gay.
LOL.
So, gay people should work and pay taxes, but not get the same benefits? And, stupid, if they are going to get involved in a sham marriage to get benefits, they could marry someone of the opposite sex.
And still, not one rational argument against gay marriage.

Since: Nov 12

Elk Grove, CA

#169268 Nov 27, 2012
Mike DiRucci wrote:
<quoted text>
And vice versa.
http://www.topix.com/forum/cit y/elk-grove-ca/T230I96GC33E7VK 5B/p178 The big Dope hangs out there a lot.

Since: Apr 11

North Hollywood, CA

#169269 Nov 27, 2012
jack rabbit swammi cowboy wrote:
that 169183 post was a double click error. Point is the tax payers will not for long pay for your sham partner bennifits. but I guess the uk dufus has not heard that we are broke. jail house queers claim they can turn anyone they can overpower. No I am not. I won the fight.
You homophobes say "taxpayer" as if gay people don't pay taxes. Gay people are also taxpayers. Speaking of jail house, I'm surprised a song about gay sex was allowed on the radio in the 50's.(Jailhouse Rock)

Since: Apr 11

North Hollywood, CA

#169270 Nov 27, 2012
jack rabbit swammi cowboy wrote:
<quoted text> From a homosexual point of view you make valid points. But as an adult male I also have the right to offer rebuttal to your recruitment campaigns to the youngsters. I also think my point that the insurance for gay partners will break the bank or cause employers to drop insurance for all. I also think homosexuals donít really see past their chosen communityís interests.
LOL. Your posts remind me of this:
"'98 Homosexual-Recruitment Drive Nearing Goal

SAN FRANCISCOóSpokespersons for the National Gay & Lesbian Recruitment Task Force announced Monday that more than 288,000 straights have been converted to homosexuality since Jan. 1, 1998, putting the group well on pace to reach its goal of 350,000 conversions by the end of the year. "

http://www.theonion.com/articles/98-homosexua...

Since: Apr 11

North Hollywood, CA

#169271 Nov 27, 2012
jack rabbit swammi cowboy wrote:
I heard a few years ago one gay supporter laughing along with her 6 year old at a cartoon gag where a boy tackles his dog with a "flying butt pliers" surprise surprise surprise! the boy is now an adult homosexual.
Wow! So not only can homosexuals recruit, they can speed up the growth process!
jack rabbit swammi cowboy wrote:
He rejected his manhood early dew[/QUPTE]

Early morning dew?

[QUOTE who="jack rabbit swammi cowboy"]

to his mother's encouragement.
Fellow rational thinkers we must counter the gay recruitment everywhere.
i respect the mother and son greatly but to bad they fell for the gay recruitment.
Rational tolerance forever
Yeah, we all believe your story.
Moniker

La Puente, CA

#169272 Nov 27, 2012
I thought it was it's city hall who were in to robbing the business?

The "McBandit," so named because of the McDonalds paper bag he placed his stolen cash in.

He robbed the Chase Bank inside Ralphs, 655 South Grand Avenue, Glendora, Californai.

Since: Jun 07

Location hidden

#169273 Nov 27, 2012
Big D wrote:
<quoted text>
I suppose it was too much to hope for that you could learn
Yes he was impeached by the house
that impeachment failed at trial in the senate :)
It died there, and no penalty from the impeachment were applied, a total waste of time money and effort.
Effect... zero ( other than to give you a hard on ) LOL
You are dense as a rock. The impeachment did not fail, the house has the SOLE power of impeachment and it most certainly did not fail, the House very much impeached Clinton.

The fact that the Senate did not convict or remove him from office does not change the fact that he was-is-and will always be- and IMPEACHED President.

The impeachment did not fail, if it had failed the Senate would not have held a trial.
Big D

Modesto, CA

#169274 Nov 28, 2012
Mike DiRucci wrote:
<quoted text>
He wasn't removed from office you moron, he was acquitted.
But he was impeached, you finally admit that at least.
Give it up old man! He was impeached.
FUN Stuff!
Oh I know he wasnít, your successful impeachment didnít do a darn thing, but you think it was a total success so I thought I would just humor you along until the men in the white suits come and pick you up. Not one thing listed in the articles of impeachment were actually applied. ZipÖ nadaÖ a total failure.

It failed in the senate that is history, Just like the previous impeachment of Andrew Johnson did.

but you want to believe they were successes and I donít want to strain your already strained mind
Big D

Modesto, CA

#169275 Nov 28, 2012
akpilot wrote:
<quoted text>
You are dense as a rock. The impeachment did not fail, the house has the SOLE power of impeachment and it most certainly did not fail, the House very much impeached Clinton.
The fact that the Senate did not convict or remove him from office does not change the fact that he was-is-and will always be- and IMPEACHED President.
The impeachment did not fail, if it had failed the Senate would not have held a trial.
and the senate has the power to try impeachments

so, did the trying of the impeachment succeed or fail?

“Formerly Frankie Rizzo”

Since: Sep 12

Canarsie, NY

#169276 Nov 28, 2012
Big D wrote:
<quoted text>
and the senate has the power to try impeachments
so, did the trying of the impeachment succeed or fail?
It succeeded jackass. Look it up! It's history.

What a moron!
Big D

Modesto, CA

#169277 Nov 28, 2012
Well I saw the vote when the impeachment went to trial in the senate.

You donít get to re-write history

“Formerly Frankie Rizzo”

Since: Sep 12

Canarsie, NY

#169278 Nov 28, 2012
Big D wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh I know he wasnít, your successful impeachment didnít do a darn thing, but you think it was a total success so I thought I would just humor you along until the men in the white suits come and pick you up. Not one thing listed in the articles of impeachment were actually applied. ZipÖ nadaÖ a total failure.
It failed in the senate that is history, Just like the previous impeachment of Andrew Johnson did.
but you want to believe they were successes and I donít want to strain your already strained mind
Clinton's impeachment didn't "fail in the Senate". It was successfully concluded with his acquittal on Feb 12, 1999.

You are truly a moron!
Big D

Modesto, CA

#169279 Nov 28, 2012
It certainly didnít succeed as you seem to think it did. The impeachment is tried in the senate, and did not get the votes to pass, you call that a success?

Clinton was not removed from office as stated in the articles of impeachment.

You may have a different idea of success than I do.

How do you feel about what you would call the successful criminal case against OJ Simpson?

LOL

You might as well drop it, you are not capable of understanding what happened.

“Formerly Frankie Rizzo”

Since: Sep 12

Canarsie, NY

#169280 Nov 28, 2012
Big D wrote:
It certainly didnít succeed as you seem to think it did. The impeachment is tried in the senate, and did not get the votes to pass, you call that a success?
Clinton was not removed from office as stated in the articles of impeachment.
You may have a different idea of success than I do.
How do you feel about what you would call the successful criminal case against OJ Simpson?
LOL
You might as well drop it, you are not capable of understanding what happened.
Was Clinton impeached Big D? Yes Mike he was.

How could his impeachment be a failure then Big D? Because I said it was and I am never wrong Mike.

Priceless!
Big D

Modesto, CA

#169281 Nov 28, 2012
I have said many dozens of times now that yes he was impeached by the house, is it a memory problem you have? Maybe that is why you donít remember the impeachments failure in the trial in the senate?

Did the penalty described in the articles of impeachment, the removal of the president from office succeed or fail?

why... because the impeachment did not pass the trial in the senate, and that is what you call a success.

pretty funny
Flounders

La Puente, CA

#169282 Nov 28, 2012
The Republican's elected offcials in Washington D.C. haven't got over the butKicking they got in 2012.

Taking it to the limit, GOP, Republican idiots in Washington D.C. have decided to get side tracked and pick on a FEMALE rather than deal with the debt crises.

Just admit it McCain and Graham and your other fools calling themselves Republicans

Since: Jun 07

Location hidden

#169283 Nov 28, 2012
Big D wrote:
<quoted text>
and the senate has the power to try impeachments
so, did the trying of the impeachment succeed or fail?
The impeachment certainly succeeded, or the Senate would not have held a trial you moron.

Since: Jun 07

Location hidden

#169284 Nov 28, 2012
Big D wrote:
It certainly didnít succeed as you seem to think it did. The impeachment is tried in the senate, and did not get the votes to pass, you call that a success?
The impeachment wasn't "TRIED" in the Senate, the ACCUSED was tried in the Senate you moron...

The impeachment proceedings had a;ready concluded, that's why there was a trial in the first place.

Get a clue. How about you simply admit you were wrong and we can all move on to something that actually happened this century?
Flounders

La Puente, CA

#169285 Nov 28, 2012
Glad to see the STUPID ones from the GOP, Republican and Tea Party have got their heads on straight and are dealing with matters that greatly impact all Americans.

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