woo-boy

Waverly, OH

#25907 Feb 23, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
<quoted text>
I would love to see that, but of course, it will never happen.
Again I reiterate: we had two candidates on the Democrat side running for the presidential nomination. One was a community organizer, and the other had 16 years of experience in federal politics. The Democrats chose the one with the least experience, ideas or knowledge.
When the general election came up, one candidate was a war hero, a man that suffered injuries while being a POW for several years. A man that had extensive experience in the Senate. But we chose the community organizer.
That being said, don't you think we should have some sort of test to determine the political intelligence of the voter?
You'll probably regret that testing idea, especially in the southern states.
The GOP has turned into 3 gallons of crazy stupid stuffed in a 2 gallon bucket...with a broken handle, and it shows everyday just about everytime they open their mouths and speak. Party leadership even tutors and warns them, but they can't stop or help themselves. Hard to hide the obvious.
They claim there is no bigotry in the GOP and there can't be because:
They are concerned about protecting the religious freedom of Jeebus.
They are concerned about protecting ladyparts.
They are concerned about making sure that voter fraud doesn't occur with minorities.
They are concerned with making sure that gays don't have miserable marriages like us straight folks.
They are concerned that the non-aborted fetus does not have adequate food, shelter or education.
They can't be bigoted because they are only looking out for A Murika's best interests.
Reality Check

Van Wert, OH

#25908 Feb 23, 2014
woo-boy wrote:
<quoted text>You'll probably regret that testing idea, especially in the southern states.
The GOP has turned into 3 gallons of crazy stupid stuffed in a 2 gallon bucket...with a broken handle, and it shows everyday just about everytime they open their mouths and speak. Party leadership even tutors and warns them, but they can't stop or help themselves. Hard to hide the obvious.
They claim there is no bigotry in the GOP and there can't be because:
They are concerned about protecting the religious freedom of Jeebus.
They are concerned about protecting ladyparts.
They are concerned about making sure that voter fraud doesn't occur with minorities.
They are concerned with making sure that gays don't have miserable marriages like us straight folks.
They are concerned that the non-aborted fetus does not have adequate food, shelter or education.
They can't be bigoted because they are only looking out for A Murika's best interests.
Funny how XXX CLAIMS to be concerned with the "political intelligence of voters", but still believes in Obamaphones, fake birth certificates, and invisible commies, huh?
Gotta love how these maniacal conservatives always whine about the "big bad gubment" overstepping it's bounds, unless they're telling us who to marry, which religion we should teach in public schools, how to reproduce, or how to vote...
woo-boy

Waverly, OH

#25910 Feb 23, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
<quoted text>
The only people I would like to see excluded from voting are working aged non-taxpayers, illegal voters, and people that have no idea of what they are voting on or for. I know that will never happen, but it's just how I feel.
Voter fraud is one of those things that can't be proven until somebody is caught. In other words, if I go to your car every night and steal one gallon of gasoline, I may be able to do that for months or years because it's not very noticeable. But once I'm caught, I'm only guilty of stealing one gallon of gasoline that night.
So am I speculating on same day voter fraud? Yes I am. Again, it can't be voter fraud until somebody is actually caught doing it. But I see the opportunity. I've seen some very shady people in front of me at my voting place come in with a utility bill and actually got to vote. That utility bill could have been stolen out of somebody's mailbox, thrown in the trash, been altered using scanning and printing devices. It's not proof-positive of somebody's identification.
Bottom line is this: I want to see honest elections no matter who wins. We have stringent regulations when it comes to purchasing cigarettes, alcohol, getting an ATM card, cashing a check, yet for some reason, we have willy-nilly requirements when it comes to voting. This is what I want to see stopped.
Illegal voters are already not allowed to vote. I gave you the answer to the voter fraud claims and as always you tried to sidestep it and deflect away from the truth that you don't like. You know ,that election swaying fraud of 135 cases out of 5.6 MILLION votes cast.

www.nationalmemo.com/amazing-how-the-only-gro...

Now on this taxpayer thingy, paying taxes are paying taxes to create revenue for governemnt and public operations.
The next time I go anywhere to make any type of purchase(gas, appliances, materials, etc.) I can tell that cashier that I don't plan on voting this year or next so I don't have to pay any taxes on those items. I can refuse to pay my property taxes and levy money that was approved by the voters but seeing how I'm not going to vote means that I don't have to pay for that crap I didn't vote for. Gee, thanks for the heads up, gonna save me tons of money.
Oh now wait a minute. What happens to those all those rich people who have those gaggles of lawyers working for them to make sure that they pay no taxes? Never mind we all already know that they buy all of their votes. Only in 'Murika'
woo-boy

Waverly, OH

#25911 Feb 23, 2014
Reality Check wrote:
<quoted text>Funny how XXX CLAIMS to be concerned with the "political intelligence of voters", but still believes in Obamaphones, fake birth certificates, and invisible commies, huh?
Gotta love how these maniacal conservatives always whine about the "big bad gubment" overstepping it's bounds, unless they're telling us who to marry, which religion we should teach in public schools, how to reproduce, or how to vote...
And their all too STUPID to realize it.
woo-boy

Waverly, OH

#25912 Feb 23, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
<quoted text>
So you got all that from people that are against abortion and FORCING insurance companies to provide birth control in all of their policies? All that from people trying to make elections honest and fair?
I think our citizens are beginning to see what's really going on here. Socialism (a word liberals don't like) is surfacing and everybody sees it. The most government dependents we've had on record or in the past few decades, the highest debt ever accumulated in the shortest amount of time, losing our three star credit rating for the first time in US history, a leader that was awarded liar of the year, median household incomes down by thousands of dollars, the most people dropping out of the job market, and the list goes on and on.
So these next two elections, people will have a choice: continue with more government force and takeover of private industry, or return to pro-business policies and less government dependency.
Tough choice, huh?
You had a real hard time in school staying focused on one subject at a time huh? As usual off on a whole other tangent that most of has been proven false then and it's still false now. But you are good at grasping at straws.

Pro business policies-SERIOUS- we all see how well that is working out. You mean being totally owned by Big Business, you're just too dumb to realize it.

Since: Jan 13

Lexington, KY

#25914 Feb 23, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
<quoted text>
Agreed. Everybody should have some knowledge on what or who they are voting for. However in the case of SSM, it would probably have resulted in an even stronger opposition.
I seriously doubt that.
woo-boy

Waverly, OH

#25916 Feb 23, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
<quoted text>
We've seen pro business policies? Not lately we haven't. We have the most anti-business President in our lifetime running things now. How's that working out for us?
There is nothing false about what I'm saying. Anytime you need evidence of what I'm saying, just ask. DumBama is everything I wrote and more. It's just that you're too dumb to realize it.
If you want it to look like the air in China then you just keep voting for the GOP business policies. Take a few healthy deep breaths of that. I'd rather not. Just like the majority of the rest of the country. Go get you a few gulps of that North Carolina water too while you're at it. ENJOY!
woo-boy

Waverly, OH

#25917 Feb 23, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
<quoted text>
Right. Illegals are not allowed to vote here. Well did you ever consider illegals are not supposed to be living here either, but they are? Brilliant comment.
Speaking of brilliant, don't you read anybody else's post but your own? I said that you can't make the case of voter fraud until somebody is actually caught. This is very difficult to do when you have 5 million people voting. For all we know, thousands could be cheating the system right now and never be detected because security in our voting is so lax.
Why do you think your politicians are so against honest elections, spoon feeding you with this minority BS? It's because they know there is a lot of cheating in our elections and they like it that way. My Lord man, wake up. Don't bells or whistles go off in your head when politicians are making the case that they are against making elections more honest???
Help me out folks. Who sang the song "Paranoia Will Destroy Ya"?
Canton

Canton, OH

#25918 Feb 23, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
<quoted text>
Right. Illegals are not allowed to vote here. Well did you ever consider illegals are not supposed to be living here either, but they are? Brilliant comment.
Speaking of brilliant, don't you read anybody else's post but your own? I said that you can't make the case of voter fraud until somebody is actually caught. This is very difficult to do when you have 5 million people voting. For all we know, thousands could be cheating the system right now and never be detected because security in our voting is so lax.
Why do you think your politicians are so against honest elections, spoon feeding you with this minority BS? It's because they know there is a lot of cheating in our elections and they like it that way. My Lord man, wake up. Don't bells or whistles go off in your head when politicians are making the case that they are against making elections more honest???
I think the REAL question is, who has been paying those illegals bills for that last 20 years? Here's a hint...Around here, we mow our own lawns and clean our own houses...now about that GOP state of Texas...
woo-boy

Waverly, OH

#25921 Feb 23, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
<quoted text>
Really? I seem to remember not having any problem with the air or water while Bush and the Republicans were running the whole show. I don't remember us being like China either.
Now let's see, what administration was it that phased out the good light bulbs in this country? What administration was it when they lowered sulfur content in diesel fuel that made it way more expensive than gasoline and still is today?
When you find the answers let us know. You're not going to like them and they will further show just how un-informed you really are. It would help if you learned something on your own and not Fux Yea Were Liars News.
woo-boy

Waverly, OH

#25922 Feb 23, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
<quoted text>
Really? I seem to remember not having any problem with the air or water while Bush and the Republicans were running the whole show. I don't remember us being like China either.
Now let's see, what administration was it that phased out the good light bulbs in this country? What administration was it when they lowered sulfur content in diesel fuel that made it way more expensive than gasoline and still is today?
Just like Richard Nixon didn't start the EPA (ooh, and just with an ink pen) and the rivers up there never caught fire.
Reality Check

Van Wert, OH

#25923 Feb 23, 2014
woo-boy wrote:
<quoted text>When you find the answers let us know. You're not going to like them and they will further show just how un-informed you really are. It would help if you learned something on your own and not Fux Yea Were Liars News.
You're asking an uneducated corporate cheerleader to learn things on his own and stop listening to his fear-mongering has-been posterboys? Good luck. ROFLMAO
If it wasn't for Rush the liar Limbaugh, the truck driving slumlord weather expert wouldn't know what to think...
Helengur

Pittsburgh, PA

#25924 Feb 23, 2014

How about That? not Stoke he terrible
Reality Check

Van Wert, OH

#25926 Feb 23, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh, I know the answer to those questions, and it's you that won't like it.
And there's that typical conniving teabagger response again.
"I know you are but what am I?"
At least you uneducated conservative tools are a predictable bunch...
Pope Che Reagan Christ I

Lodi, OH

#25927 Feb 23, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
<quoted text>
The only people I would like to see excluded from voting are working aged non-taxpayers, illegal voters, and people that have no idea of what they are voting on or for. I know that will never happen, but it's just how I feel.
Voter fraud is one of those things that can't be proven until somebody is caught. In other words, if I go to your car every night and steal one gallon of gasoline, I may be able to do that for months or years because it's not very noticeable. But once I'm caught, I'm only guilty of stealing one gallon of gasoline that night.
So am I speculating on same day voter fraud? Yes I am. Again, it can't be voter fraud until somebody is actually caught doing it. But I see the opportunity. I've seen some very shady people in front of me at my voting place come in with a utility bill and actually got to vote. That utility bill could have been stolen out of somebody's mailbox, thrown in the trash, been altered using scanning and printing devices. It's not proof-positive of somebody's identification.
Bottom line is this: I want to see honest elections no matter who wins. We have stringent regulations when it comes to purchasing cigarettes, alcohol, getting an ATM card, cashing a check, yet for some reason, we have willy-nilly requirements when it comes to voting. This is what I want to see stopped.
The only people I would like to see excluded from voting are those without advanced degrees. See how that works, truck driver?
Reality Check

Van Wert, OH

#25929 Feb 23, 2014
Pope Che Reagan Christ I wrote:
<quoted text>
The only people I would like to see excluded from voting are those without advanced degrees. See how that works, truck driver?
Oooh, the slumlord weather expert would just HATE that rule.
It's "unconstitutional and extreme", he'd say. It's unnecessary and it fixes a problem that doesn't exist, he'd scream...
Reality Check

Van Wert, OH

#25930 Feb 23, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
<quoted text>
And you aren't. LOL!
So basically, "I know you are but what am I". AGAIN!
Thanks for being as predictable as ever, little trucker buddy...

ROFLMAO!!!
Pope Che Reagan Christ I

Lodi, OH

#25932 Feb 23, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
<quoted text>
Which would be fine if one could only understand issues and politics with an advanced degree. Apples and oranges. Try harder next time.
Paying taxes cause one to understand issues and politics? Thanks for proving my point that truck drivers aren't smart enough to vote.
woo-boy

Waverly, OH

#25933 Feb 23, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh, I know the answer to those questions, and it's you that won't like it.
Then show us from a legitimate source. I only wish we could watch when you have to slap yourself in your own bigoted lying face. Give us the links. Or are you afraid too? Here's a hint, they even told Michelle Bachmann to sit down and shut her stupid mouth. Back up and prove your lies.
Reality Check

Van Wert, OH

#25935 Feb 23, 2014
Looks like the truck driving weather expert took a page out of the creation science lapdog's playbook and finally STFU.
Funny how he claimed to have ALL the answers, but just couldn't manage to back up a single one of his dumbass opinions with a reputable source...

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