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

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

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#6545 Apr 8, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
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WND - I'm guessing is World Net Daily.
Okay. Thanks. Judging by Chickenbutt's reaction(although he's Obama drunk), it must be a National Enquirer type of thing. He used "Colorlines". According to him, my link was right wing. Of COURSE his link was NOT left wing. lol Can you believe that guy?????
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#6546 Apr 8, 2013
Glorya wrote:
<quoted text> The US government prefers a weak, dependent society.
Could you provide a source of verification for this nugget of information you're providing to us?

And by "The government" who exactly do you mean? The Chief Justices? The Department of Defense? The Department of Agriculture? Or are they all in this together? How do they get coordinated? Was a memo sent out?

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

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#6547 Apr 8, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
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Nobody likes them, me included. Legislature isn't the problem, inefficiency in implementation is the problem.
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You know we're talking about Romney's comment that 47% of Americans pay no tax, right? So some college kid works 3 nights a week slinging pizza's and earns so little that he doesn't pay taxes after credits. Who's to say he doesn't live within his means?
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Alright, you're just confused. We're currently talking about his claim that 47 percent of Americans pay no taxes.
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He also tried to paint these people as dependent on the government, amongst other little tidbits where he gloatingly stated "I'm as poor as a church mouse".
He also responded to a possible pre-election foreign policy crisis scenario with: "If something of that nature presents itself, I will work to find a way to take advantage of the opportunity."
You know, after reading all of this, I had to ask myself, "What does this matter now?" Romney lost. You libs just never move on. Seriously, why are we spending time on this? Obama won and I'm still trying to determine what he has done to help the middle class. What has he ACTUALLY done? I'm not talking about what he PROMISED. We know how THAT has worked out. What has he ACTUALLY done?
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#6548 Apr 8, 2013
Synergy wrote:
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Okay. Thanks. Judging by Chickenbutt's reaction(although he's Obama drunk), it must be a National Enquirer type of thing. He used "Colorlines". According to him, my link was right wing. Of COURSE his link was NOT left wing. lol Can you believe that guy?????
What's wrong with "ColorLines"? Are we all not brothers and sisters?

Here's the Washington Post for you:

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/she-the-p...

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

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#6549 Apr 8, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
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Let me fix that for you:
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See? Isn't that what you meant to say?
That is a PRIME example of how you support your drivel. You and the rest of the libs spin "facts" in order to support your agenda. Thanks for proving my point.

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#6550 Apr 8, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
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What's wrong with "ColorLines"? Are we all not brothers and sisters?
Here's the Washington Post for you:
http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/she-the-p...
No.
Did you notice that those people got tossed out? Suits me.
Informed Opinion

Sunapee, NH

#6551 Apr 9, 2013
Bigdave1 wrote:
<quoted text>You are repulsed by the idea of personal responsibility. You are disgusted by the idea that Americans want to be free. You are disdainful that America is the greatest country in the world and that there are people that wish to keep it that way.
Yea, personal responsibility.

Gotta love that line.

A group primarily consisting if folks kept alive through government funds, raising hell that we passed a law requiring people pay their own medical costs - yea - that's all about pushing personal responsibility.

The Tea Party has been purchased and is owned by the Billionaires who use it to attack anyone who suggests America's middle class deserves a break and that the uber-rich need to pay taxes like the rest of us.

Many are well-intentioned - but they have become well-intentioned tools of the Right Wing Rich.

Informed Opinion

Sunapee, NH

#6552 Apr 9, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>Ah, WND. They're sporting headlines like "Police Declare War on US CITIZENS" and have Sarah Palin and Glenn Beck content in their boldest type. Also- "Student Too Drunk To Remember Frying Hamster".

With unbiased coverage like that, why do other news sources even exist?

They threw peanuts at a black woman and screamed at her "This is how you feed the animals!". On the floor of the Republican National Convention. You really don't want to take a shot at trying to defend that.
Hey, Rushbo will proclaim Right Wingers provided free "hors d'oeuvres" to huge number of minorities attending their convention, and you liberals claim they are racists.

Problem solved.

See how that multinationally based corporately owned media is so liberal - you got the wrong idea.

Who you gonna believe - Ol drug dealing and addicted Rushbo - or your lying eyes.

Informed Opinion

Sunapee, NH

#6553 Apr 9, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>Except every point in it is absolutely untrue and erroneous. Except for that it's awesome.

But nobody ever went broke telling people what they want to hear.
Great post.

That line about telling people what they want to hear is in every sales training seminar ever held.

Always been true - always will be.
Informed Opinion

Sunapee, NH

#6554 Apr 9, 2013
Synergy wrote:
<quoted text>AND what he said was absolutely TRUE. Why should he have spent his time trying to convince the 47% who didn't pay taxes to vote for him????????? It was a done deal. They were going to vote for Santa Claus. It would have been a complete waste of his time. Should he have verbalized what his supporters already knew? NO. He should have known a dirt bag plant would have been in the meeting looking to destroy his campaign. He didn't say ONE THING that ALL (you included) didn't already know. The 47% who pay no income taxes were not about to vote for him. He just should have kept it to himself. He STILL would have lost. The Obama machine intended to slam anyone to h*ll who DARED cross the "master". Common sense should tell you that Obama has just as many Washington honchos benefitting from him as any of the other presidents did. How can you not see that?
Yep those:

- loser parasitic retired 80 year Americans who keep sucking up Social Security and Medicare for the last 15 years when they contributed $12.76 to the system;

-loser parasitic sons and daughters of the above who let the government care for their parents instead of doing it themselves;

- his own loser parasite V.P. candidate Paul Ryan who slurped up Socialist Security most of his life, them slurped up government paid for college, then slurped up government employment;

- loser parasitic disabled veterans who suck up all those government pensions and free health care;

- loser parasitic Americans who go to emergency rooms for free because they are too greedy to buy medical insurance - wait - we like those loser parasites - never mind;

- loser parasitic babies and children who chose to be born in poverty to drug addicted, poor, or just plain unlucky parents;

- loser parasitic working people who lost their jobs when Romney exported them to China to increase profits;

- loser parasitic Union County people who need national taxpayer funded TVA lakes, national taxpayer funded National Forests, national taxpayer funded electricity, national taxpayer funded farm aid, and about 18 other national taxpayer funded programs.

- Romney was insulting Union County, Georgia more than anywhere else, you loser parasites,( his belief - not mine).

Glorya

Lithonia, GA

#6555 Apr 9, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
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Could you provide a source of verification for this nugget of information you're providing to us?
And by "The government" who exactly do you mean? The Chief Justices? The Department of Defense? The Department of Agriculture? Or are they all in this together? How do they get coordinated? Was a memo sent out?
Something to do with modern leftists ... losing autonomy. Darn, let me find that article, it was a good one.
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#6556 Apr 9, 2013
Glorya wrote:
<quoted text> http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
You are the most miserable, voo-doo, witch doctor, psychic medium to hop aboard this forum - bearing all the concoctions and medicines to cure all our ailments. See, we're really good deciphering bitch witch messages, too. Oooooooh! Aren't we good? Well, yeah!
Boo Hoo, Boo Hoo, somebody else is playing in your "private" sandbox at the public playground.

Since: Jan 10

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#6557 Apr 9, 2013
Synergy wrote:
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You know, after reading all of this, I had to ask myself, "What does this matter now?" Romney lost. You libs just never move on. Seriously, why are we spending time on this? Obama won and I'm still trying to determine what he has done to help the middle class. What has he ACTUALLY done? I'm not talking about what he PROMISED. We know how THAT has worked out. What has he ACTUALLY done?
Quite amazing how Chicken Nuggets can (attempt to) play the guilt card AND provide Straw Man arguments...

Oh yeah, don't expect that tax stuff from him/her, it's way beyond his/her comprehension level...
bubba131

Calhoun City, MS

#6558 Apr 9, 2013
Mildred wrote:
Democratic all the way
Oh yeah they have done such a good job nationally...
LOL LOL LOL
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#6559 Apr 9, 2013
Bored wrote:
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http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
...Tyler Cowen, economist and director of the Mercatus Center at George Mason University
http://www.sourcewatch.org/index.php...
The Mercatus Center was founded and is funded by the Koch Family Foundations. According to financial records, the Koch family has contributed more than thirty million dollars to George Mason, much of which has gone to the Mercatus Center, a nonprofit organization. Democratic strategist Rob Stein described the Mercatus Center as "ground zero for deregulation policy in Washington.

The Mercatus Center has engaged in campaigns involving deregulation, especially environmental deregulation. It now fills the role once played by the economics department at Chicago University as the originator of extreme neoliberal ideas. Fourteen of the 23 regulations that George W Bush put on his hitlist were, according to the Wall Street Journal, first suggested by academics working at the Mercatus Centre.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mercatus_Center
The Mercatus Center was founded by Rich Fink as the Center for the Study of Market Processes at Rutgers University. After the Koch family provided more than thirty million dollars[2] to George Mason University, the Center moved to George Mason in the mid-1980s before assuming its current name in 1999.[2] The Mercatus Center is a 501(c)3 non-profit and does not receive support from George Mason University or any federal, state or local government, but rather is entirely funded through donations, including some from companies like Koch Industries[3] and ExxonMobil,[4] individual donors and foundations. As of 2011, the Center shows that 58% of its funding comes from foundations, 40% from individuals, and 2% from businesses.
Bored

Jefferson, GA

#6560 Apr 9, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
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Not true.
Anytime an investor doesn't want to "risk" his money, he puts it in a government insured bank account and the bank "invests" it for him, making it available just as if he had invested it himself;
or
The "investor" buys T-Bills which are secured by the full faith and credit if the American Taxpayer.
One thing that never happens is that the funds are not invested.
So there is never a need to incentivize investors - no matter what they do with their money, it's invested - either directly by them, or indirectly by government insured banks.
I see the dribble is continuing on a new day.

This is the full extent of your knowledge of investing. Such a pity. No wonder you have class envy, you're feeding off others.

If all your rants and ramblings were left off, this thread would only compose 3,000 posts as opposed to 6,000.

Without your rants and ramblings you really don't say anything. You show a complete lack of knowledge about finances, christianity, & politics other than socialism. However you do like liquor, french toast, and south florida, where you are welcome to stay.
Bored

Jefferson, GA

#6561 Apr 9, 2013
Oh my wrote:
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http://www.sourcewatch.org/index.php...
The Mercatus Center was founded and is funded by the Koch Family Foundations. According to financial records, the Koch family has contributed more than thirty million dollars to George Mason, much of which has gone to the Mercatus Center, a nonprofit organization. Democratic strategist Rob Stein described the Mercatus Center as "ground zero for deregulation policy in Washington.
The Mercatus Center has engaged in campaigns involving deregulation, especially environmental deregulation. It now fills the role once played by the economics department at Chicago University as the originator of extreme neoliberal ideas. Fourteen of the 23 regulations that George W Bush put on his hitlist were, according to the Wall Street Journal, first suggested by academics working at the Mercatus Centre.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mercatus_Center
The Mercatus Center was founded by Rich Fink as the Center for the Study of Market Processes at Rutgers University. After the Koch family provided more than thirty million dollars[2] to George Mason University, the Center moved to George Mason in the mid-1980s before assuming its current name in 1999.[2] The Mercatus Center is a 501(c)3 non-profit and does not receive support from George Mason University or any federal, state or local government, but rather is entirely funded through donations, including some from companies like Koch Industries[3] and ExxonMobil,[4] individual donors and foundations. As of 2011, the Center shows that 58% of its funding comes from foundations, 40% from individuals, and 2% from businesses.

And your point?
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#6562 Apr 9, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
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http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
In my opinion, none of your questions have anything to do with the purpose or intent of the theory of Intelligent Design. I am unaware of any attempt to identify the "Designer." The theory is simply an acknowledgement that there is no other theory to explain how the complexities that are apparent in life on this planet could occur by chance. As one scientific philosopher said about the theory of Evolution : "The Theory is "not testable", but "metaphysical." Evolution claims the transition from one species to the next (macroevolution), but cannot explain where the original species came from. Along with the desire for Intelligent Design to be taught, it should be a simple matter of academic integrity that the theory of Evolution be taught as that - a theory. It cannot be proven, it cannot even be demonstrated in the fossil record....
So, tell us (in your opinion), who is the Designer, by what process does it design, can this process be observed and replicated, as a theory what does it predict.

http://www.talkorigins.org/faqs/faq-misconcep...
...There is probably no other statement which is a better indication that the arguer doesn't understand evolution. Chance certainly plays a large part in evolution, but this argument completely ignores the fundamental role of natural selection, and selection is the very opposite of chance. Chance, in the form of mutations, provides genetic variation, which is the raw material that natural selection has to work with. From there, natural selection sorts out certain variations. Those variations which give greater reproductive success to their possessors (and chance ensures that such beneficial mutations will be inevitable) are retained, and less successful variations are weeded out. When the environment changes, or when organisms move to a different environment, different variations are selected, leading eventually to different species. Harmful mutations usually die out quickly, so they don't interfere with the process of beneficial mutations accumulating.

Nor is abiogenesis (the origin of the first life) due purely to chance. Atoms and molecules arrange themselves not purely randomly, but according to their chemical properties. In the case of carbon atoms especially, this means complex molecules are sure to form spontaneously, and these complex molecules can influence each other to create even more complex molecules. Once a molecule forms that is approximately self-replicating, natural selection will guide the formation of ever more efficient replicators. The first self-replicating object didn't need to be as complex as a modern cell or even a strand of DNA. Some self-replicating molecules are not really all that complex (as organic molecules go).

...Calling the theory of evolution "only a theory" is, strictly speaking, true, but the idea it tries to convey is completely wrong. The argument rests on a confusion between what "theory" means in informal usage and in a scientific context. A theory, in the scientific sense, is "a coherent group of general propositions used as principles of explanation for a class of phenomena" [Random House American College Dictionary]. The term does not imply tentativeness or lack of certainty. Generally speaking, scientific theories differ from scientific laws only in that laws can be expressed more tersely. Being a theory implies self-consistency, agreement with observations, and usefulness.(Creationism fails to be a theory mainly because of the last point; it makes few or no specific claims about what we would expect to find, so it can't be used for anything. When it does make falsifiable predictions, they prove to be false.)
Glorya

Lithonia, GA

#6563 Apr 9, 2013
Oh my wrote:
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Boo Hoo, Boo Hoo, somebody else is playing in your "private" sandbox at the public playground.
By all means, jump in this public sandbox. Speak your mind, speak your peace and you don't have to be in witch mode from the very, very beginning to do it. No puzzles to solve, no runes or decoding necessary. Boo hooing not allowed on the playground.
Bored

Jefferson, GA

#6564 Apr 9, 2013
Glorya wrote:
<quoted text> By all means, jump in this public sandbox. Speak your mind, speak your peace and you don't have to be in witch mode from the very, very beginning to do it. No puzzles to solve, no runes or decoding necessary. Boo hooing not allowed on the playground.

Apparently she never speaks her mind, only posts some links but never gives her thoughts about the link. Go figure.


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