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

“Vote”

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#36859 Feb 22, 2013
Zooom!

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#36860 Feb 22, 2013
And yet, "political discussion" plays a major part in everyone's lives, at work and play. So why discuss it? Sugar Hollow Club at Sugar Mt. Ski resort at one time paid me a "salary" to "slop beer".

“Breaking the spell”

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#36861 Feb 22, 2013
Makin bacon wrote:
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Good luck on that one Lu. It's not going to happen.
Welfare benefits=votes for the democrats!! If you feed them, clothe them, and house them, you own them. They're owned and they'll vote for anyone that promises more and we have those that whine on here about slavery, no difference; just a different time and better benefits.
No difference? Let me just point out a few for those who are ignorant.
Slavery gave no money, welfare does.
Slavery forced people to work for insane hours often in chains.
Slaves were often beaten violently.
Slaves were often seperated from their loved ones. Welfare is to help keep family together.
Those on welfare are free to do as they chose. This includes voting.

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#36862 Feb 22, 2013
waco1909 wrote:
Bacon you a betting person? I got five bucks, says"Allen"won't sign in.Because, Allen is actually the person responsible for these vile posts.If Allen signed in, Allen could receive Topix email from other signed in posters.That's the last thing Allen wants.Also, if a person is signed in and posts obscene material, they are banned from Topix.Can't be responsible for posts like that, you know.Five bucks, You on?
I really do not think Allen is the person who seems to be a republican.

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#36863 Feb 22, 2013
MAINE WINTER wrote:
<quoted text> Guess that means no more dems on Topix, as the only way dems can get ten dollars, is to steal it.
Thanks for the typical extreme stereotyping.

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#36864 Feb 22, 2013
KING RAT wrote:
Americans are amusing.Not well educated, that is painfully apparent.Americans continually substitute the word"your"for the word"you're", as the American educational system is designed for the lowest common denominator.Most Americans are incredibly lazy, after all they invented"push button"warfare.Like the Romans so many years ago, the American Empire is rotting from the inside out.Unlike the Romans however, the Americans lasted far less than a thousands years.
"BE the only way those lowlifes get screwed."
Said by someone who lives in the same town as you.

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#36865 Feb 22, 2013
Silvercoastcorks wrote:
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As they take an antagonistic bullying approach to those who have earned and give a pass to those they feel are less fortunate or just can't seem to catch a break types is their own personal problem. Topix enables them to post or try to force their will. They fail to take into account there is always someone willing and able to step across from them, like you or I, that will disagree with their point of view as vehemently as they support theirs.
Unlike them I do believe you have to work to earn it. The customer base you choose to market your goods and services is strictly up to you, regardless of any alleged applicable federal, state or local laws or ordinances. And if you are able to use the system to generate a profit margin, kuddos to you. If you can't make money then the obvious answer is you need to change something or tactics.
Believe pro or tew might of said its easier to play the victim, like how AZ infers all his racial inequities, than to step up and be responsible for their own destiny. In order to be respected you got to have some self respect. How can you have any self respect when you roll over and cry about what someone else has or give up without a fight?
Like you bacon, I put my time in. Katie and they kids sacrificed enough for me, I am returning the favor. And like you bacon, exercising our choice to disagree with their chosen leader, their ideologies, their agenda and leave. While it is still a relatively free country.
The hypocrisy never stops with you guys. You play the victim here pal. Ironic.
You are here crying about what others have. Ironic.

“Vote”

Since: May 12

Houston

#36867 Feb 22, 2013
Mike Du wrote:
<quoted text>The hypocrisy never stops with you guys. You play the victim here pal. Ironic.
You are here crying about what others have. Ironic.
Really? Thought he was talking about his wife and kids.You see things that aren't there.

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#36868 Feb 22, 2013
Pro-American wrote:
<quoted text>If you choose to break the law, you suffer the consequences. One should know the consequences of breaking the law if they're going to choose to break it.
Of course it is a choice in some respects, but certainly not much of a choice. That is the point. Gods commandments are not giving someone much of a choice if they actually believe in the consequence of hell.
I suppose you call having a gun pointed to your head and demanding the cash, " a choice", if you hand it over like Silver does. As if dying over twenty dollars is a rational choice to make. Yes, as I have stated, it is a choice, but only if you take the common meaning to such extremes it is a meaningless term.

By your reasoning, slavery was a choice. The slave really just chose to work over being beaten to death.
By your reasoning, the slaves had free choice.
Only an idiot would agree that slaves were free to make choices of being a slave. But you are an idiot, so I can understand why you distort the idea of choice.

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#36869 Feb 22, 2013
waco1909 wrote:
Hey Allen! I'm coming to N.C.inna couple weeks! I'm already gonna meet Arnold, lets meet and bury the hatchet! All three of us! What do you think? Thus is for real!
No one invited me. ;(
Is "inna" a word?

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#36870 Feb 22, 2013
Pro-American wrote:
<quoted text>Semantics again. Biden blamed bad intel on the deaths in Benghazi after the fact because even he isn't dumb enough to place blame before the attacks! Are you that dumb?
http://security.blogs.cnn.com/2012/10/12/whit...
Notice how the White House is playing semantics too in the above link!
http://m.washingtonexaminer.com/ex-cia-chief-...
So what one says after an event is causing the event? Sorry, but I am confused still. Please explain how what Biden said caused the deaths of four people?

“Vote”

Since: May 12

Houston

#36871 Feb 22, 2013
Mike Du wrote:
<quoted text>Of course it is a choice in some respects, but certainly not much of a choice. That is the point. Gods commandments are not giving someone much of a choice if they actually believe in the consequence of hell.
I suppose you call having a gun pointed to your head and demanding the cash, " a choice", if you hand it over like Silver does. As if dying over twenty dollars is a rational choice to make. Yes, as I have stated, it is a choice, but only if you take the common meaning to such extremes it is a meaningless term.
By your reasoning, slavery was a choice. The slave really just chose to work over being beaten to death.
By your reasoning, the slaves had free choice.
Only an idiot would agree that slaves were free to make choices of being a slave. But you are an idiot, so I can understand why you distort the idea of choice.
I thought your robbery was old news.Why it keeps emerging,I don't know.

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#36872 Feb 22, 2013
Mike Du wrote:
<quoted text>No difference? Let me just point out a few for those who are ignorant.
Slavery gave no money, welfare does.
Slavery forced people to work for insane hours often in chains.
Slaves were often beaten violently.
Slaves were often seperated from their loved ones. Welfare is to help keep family together.
Those on welfare are free to do as they chose. This includes voting.
Slavery in the United States existed as a legal institution from the early years of the colonial period; it was firmly established by the time the United States sought independence from Great Britain in 1776.During the 1820s and 1830s, the American Colonization Society (ACS) was the primary organization for proposals to "return" black Americans to Africa.[76] The ACS was made up mostly of Quakers and slaveholders, who disagreed on the issue of slavery but found common ground in support of "repatriation". Most black Americans did not want to emigrate; rather, they wanted full rights in the United States, where they were native born, often for generations.http://en.wikipedi a.org Of course this "business" ended some 200 years and much modernization, both here and around the world ago. Thank goodness.

“Vote”

Since: May 12

Houston

#36873 Feb 22, 2013
Mike Du wrote:
<quoted text>No one invited me. ;(
Is "inna" a word?
You're already invited.As far as"inna"I was trying to use some slang, to seem more like one of the gang,trying to get away from correcting everybodys grammar and spelling.Was a bad habit.

“Vote”

Since: May 12

Houston

#36874 Feb 22, 2013
Mike you aren't on regularly like you used to be, dude.You must be working more these days, or doing the overtime thing.

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#36875 Feb 22, 2013
Pro-American wrote:
<quoted text>Its obvious you come to Topix for an education.
To command is to be given without asking, without forcing other people to give to you- they naturally want to because of your actions/demeanor, etc. To demand is to behave or act in a way that forces people to give to you.....
So for example, someone who "commands" would be someone you admire, someone who "demands" might be someone you fear.
Thanks for the distorted view of words by Pro.
No where in the actual definitions of these words elude to your twist on them.
Did you pull this out of a Christian apologetics propaganda manual?

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#36876 Feb 22, 2013
waco1909 wrote:
<quoted text> You're already invited.As far as"inna"I was trying to use some slang, to seem more like one of the gang,trying to get away from correcting everybodys grammar and spelling.Was a bad habit.
Well private message me the time and place and I will see if I can be free to join.

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#36877 Feb 22, 2013
emlu wrote:
<quoted text>Slavery in the United States existed as a legal institution from the early years of the colonial period; it was firmly established by the time the United States sought independence from Great Britain in 1776.During the 1820s and 1830s, the American Colonization Society (ACS) was the primary organization for proposals to "return" black Americans to Africa.[76] The ACS was made up mostly of Quakers and slaveholders, who disagreed on the issue of slavery but found common ground in support of "repatriation". Most black Americans did not want to emigrate; rather, they wanted full rights in the United States, where they were native born, often for generations.http://en.wikipedi a.org Of course this "business" ended some 200 years and much modernization, both here and around the world ago. Thank goodness.
You're about fifty years off.

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#36878 Feb 22, 2013
Pro-American wrote:
<quoted text>Again, I'm not going back and showing your every post. Time and time again, I've reposted some of your post showing the contradiction of your very own claims! One day you'll post a claim then a week later you'll contradict yourself!
Everybody on here sees it regularly, it's not my fault you're in denial.
Everyone see it but cannot actually show it? Right.

“Vote”

Since: May 12

Houston

#36879 Feb 22, 2013
Mike Du wrote:
<quoted text>Well private message me the time and place and I will see if I can be free to join.
I can do that no problemo dude.

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