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mannie reeves

Winston, GA

#2 Nov 16, 2010
he can blast off and splash down in kenya and live in his space capsule instead of having to live in a tent
CAFloyd

East Liverpool, OH

#3 Nov 16, 2010
You have confused our real President with the worthless piece of human garbage named Bush. He was the one who wanted to invade and occupy Mars.
MrOwl1939

Greensboro, NC

#5 Nov 16, 2010
Shipping Obama anywhere would not solve our problems. An even greater problem is the amount of socialists and communists in the Congress and a greater, greater problem is the number of socialists and communists who are in appointed positions as czars behind the presidency. It will be fairly easy to dismiss those in Congress by not voting for their reelection but it would be rather difficult to clean out the unelected mess of Socialists and communists.
dov

Winston, GA

#6 Nov 16, 2010
CAFloyd wrote:
You have confused our real President with the worthless piece of human garbage named Bush. He was the one who wanted to invade and occupy Mars.
when exactly , according to YOu does obama start taking any responsibility for the office of president?He has increased the national debt in 24 months more than all presidents combined from 1776 when our country was founded till reagan.WHo is this fall on?

“Killing flies with honey ”

Since: Nov 10

Bremen, GA

#7 Nov 17, 2010
It would cost WAY too much to send him to Mars, lets just drop his stupid asz off in Haiti, he can't make it any worse there
God save America

Irwin, PA

#8 Nov 17, 2010
MrOwl1939 wrote:
An even greater problem is the amount of socialists and communists in the Congress and a greater, greater problem is the number of socialists and communists who are in appointed positions as czars behind the presidency. It will be fairly easy to dismiss those in Congress by not voting for their reelection but it would be rather difficult to clean out the unelected mess of Socialists and communists.
The sorry and disruptable legacy of McCarthyism lives!
God save America

Irwin, PA

#9 Nov 17, 2010
dov wrote:
<quoted text>
when exactly , according to YOu does obama start taking any responsibility for the office of president?He has increased the national debt in 24 months more than all presidents combined from 1776 when our country was founded till reagan.WHo is this fall on?
Ah, and there lies the telling point: "till reagan." It was Reagan who first doubled the debt. Clinton actually restored balanced budgets for several years, but Da Dubya then did Reagan one better and more than doubled his mark! Obama's debt was a necssary step to prevent the total collapse of the US economy perciptated by the actions of the Bush administration, and fourteen years of Republican control of congress. Obam took responsibility... unfortunately for him, it was for Da' Dubya debacle!
MrOwl1939

Greensboro, NC

#10 Nov 17, 2010
If I were to venture a guess as to when exactly does Obama start taking responsibility for the office of president, the answer would be never in the respect he is taking responsibility to the takeover of the United States by the soicalists/communists, which schedule is right on track. We are in the midst of an attempted takeover by the socialsits/communists together with the eventual dissolution of the CONSTITUTIONAL UNITED STATES. This is bottom line. We are in a battle for America between the Constitutional right and socialist/communist left. It will eventually lead to the balkanisation of the USA. This is past comparison, the comparing of one presidency against another. Obama is the front man who is not really calling the shots but is taking marching orders from higher ups behind the scenes. It is time for the right to quit defending the Republican party, the Tea Partyers and others on the right and definitely quit attacking each other but the right needs to close ranks and work together to stem the flow of all this leftism, communism, socialism and all the other isms of the left and territorially, politically and numerically get as big a portion of the America we know today as possible. The infighting needs to stop and we need to face our common enemies. Hold fast!!!
MrOwl1939

Greensboro, NC

#11 Nov 17, 2010
One point of fact needs to be interjected here. Back in the 1960s, when Nikita Khrushchev said his famous We will bury you statement, contrary to what most thought then and a lot do now, he was NOT speaking as a Russian communist leader, leader of communist Russia. He was speaking as a world socialist and indeed that is exactly what is being attempted NOW!!! This has very little to do with Russia, China or any other communist country but has everything to do with world socialism and world socialists. Hold fast!!!
God save America

Irwin, PA

#12 Nov 18, 2010
Khrushchev was a communist, putz, not a socialist, and it's a pity you don't understand the quite substantial difference between the two. Typical right wing-nut tactic: push the big lie! Your patent facism is to be feared far more than socialism.
MrOwl1939

Greensboro, NC

#14 Nov 19, 2010
I would venture to say, God Save America, you have not read Das Kapital or any of the works of Marx, Engels, Feuerbach or any of the other socialist writers and I would venture a guess you slept through any class on the subject of Government. So for the others who are willing to learn socialism includes communism and Nazis, socialism being in the center, communism to the far left and Nazism to the far right. But the 3, socialism, communism and Nazism are all forms of, voila, socialism. As a matter of fact the word nazi comes from the German acronym meaning National Socialist Party. Isn't it strange all this knowledge is coming out of a least expected kind of person, a guitar and Banjo picking ex-Bluegrass musician who simply loves old time mountain music, in other words a dumb stupid hillbilly who prefers mountaineer to hillbilly, from, of all places, the mountains of Virginia. Just shows to go ya, you can't judge a book by its cover. Nikita Khrushchev was a socialist being at the communist or left side of the scale, duh, that's the reason communists are also called leftists. Now Fascist is a little different, the most common example of fascist being the benevolent Benito Mussolini, late leader of Fascist Italy. Enough of the government lesson today, already. Oh, by the by, I am Scottish. I figured if AfricanAmericans can use the moniker AfricanAmerican, I could use the moniker ScottishAmerican and later chose just Scottish. I belong to 2 clans spelled with a c, not a k., both from the Isle of Skye. Have a great day.
God save America

Irwin, PA

#15 Nov 19, 2010
MrOwl1939 wrote:
I would venture to say, God Save America, you have not read Das Kapital or any of the works of Marx, Engels, Feuerbach or any of the other socialist writers and I would venture a guess you slept through any class on the subject of Government. So for the others who are willing to learn socialism includes communism and Nazis, socialism being in the center, communism to the far left and Nazism to the far right. But the 3, socialism, communism and Nazism are all forms of, voila, socialism. As a matter of fact the word nazi comes from the German acronym meaning National Socialist Party. Isn't it strange all this knowledge is coming out of a least expected kind of person, a guitar and Banjo picking ex-Bluegrass musician who simply loves old time mountain music, in other words a dumb stupid hillbilly who prefers mountaineer to hillbilly, from, of all places, the mountains of Virginia. Just shows to go ya, you can't judge a book by its cover. Nikita Khrushchev was a socialist being at the communist or left side of the scale, duh, that's the reason communists are also called leftists. Now Fascist is a little different, the most common example of fascist being the benevolent Benito Mussolini, late leader of Fascist Italy. Enough of the government lesson today, already. Oh, by the by, I am Scottish. I figured if AfricanAmericans can use the moniker AfricanAmerican, I could use the moniker ScottishAmerican and later chose just Scottish. I belong to 2 clans spelled with a c, not a k., both from the Isle of Skye. Have a great day.
For a self-admitted "dumb stupid hillbilly," you are an astoundingly arrogant sumbich! I've not only read Das Kapital, but I've taught those classes in government, bubba... and I've observed very little of what could be characterized as "knowledge" issuing from you to date. But I would agree, though, that we've all had enough of any "lesson" from you, and on any topic.

And why would you believe I- or anyone, for that matter- care one whit about your ethnic background or what backwoods hamlet from which you or the rest of your "clan" (and that one might actually have a few "Ks" in it's name)originated in this country? Neither do I care whether you pick a banjo or your nose... though I suspect both are true.
MrOwl1939

Greensboro, NC

#16 Nov 28, 2010
Getting rather testy there, are we not?
God save America

Irwin, PA

#18 Nov 29, 2010
MrOwl1939 wrote:
Getting rather testy there, are we not?
When you make posts that imply another is ignorant, if not out right stupid, you would then feign surprise at that individual's negative reaction to same?
MrOwl1939

Greensboro, NC

#19 Jan 7, 2011
Hello, God Save America. Hope you had a Froelich Christmas and a Happy New Year. Read any good books lately. I am in the process of reading a Robert Bruce Trilogy and still absorbing the works of the wonderful socialist and communist writers. Next I will restudy the works of the Nazis and lastly the works of Democracy beginning with Cicero. I especially like the writings of Alexis de Tocqueville. How about these quotes from the writings of de Tocqueville, The American Republic will endure until the day Congress discovers it can bribe the public with the public's money. Here's another. Democracy and socialism have nothing in common but one word, equality. But notice the difference. While Democracy seeks equality in liberty, socialism seeks equality in restraint and servitude. Thank you, Alexis de Tocqueville.
God save America

Pittsburgh, PA

#20 Jan 8, 2011
The "works of Democracy?" And beginning with Cicero? Democracy's origins are with the Greeks, and long before Cicero. You certainly do like to feign a capability for scholarship, but the truth of the matter seeps out in your words. Your ramblings not only bore the reader, but would prove embarrassing to your self, if you had any real understanding of that which you speak.

And note the appropriate capitalization in the screen name, please.
MrOwl1939

Greensboro, NC

#21 Jan 8, 2011
I am totally indebted to you for announcing the fact Democracy's origins are long before Cicero but I was relating to the beginning of the book, not the beginning of Democracy but such is life. Thanks for the input. Don't you just love people who comment before knowing the facts? Keep up the personal attacks. Question-do you really have any substance about anything? Have a snowy day.
God save America

West Mifflin, PA

#22 Jan 8, 2011
MrOwl1939 wrote:
I am totally indebted to you for announcing the fact Democracy's origins are long before Cicero but I was relating to the beginning of the book, not the beginning of Democracy but such is life. Thanks for the input. Don't you just love people who comment before knowing the facts? Keep up the personal attacks. Question-do you really have any substance about anything? Have a snowy day.
First of all, I did not "announce" the origins of democracy... though, obviously, it's news to you.

Second, you said:
MrOwl1939 wrote:
Next I will restudy the works of the Nazis and lastly the works of Democracy beginning with Cicero.
That's a pretty straight forward statement, however inaccurate it is. Please, your lame excuses and attempts at misdirection should embarrass you, a point I just made... but, obviously, you are quite oblivious.

Third, no, I DON'T "...love people who comment before knowing the facts." That's why I find your declarations in face of personal ignorance on whatever the issue may be to be offensive.

Finally, thank you, I would very much enjoy a snowy day!
Frodoe of Fort Monroe

Norfolk, VA

#23 Jan 25, 2011
How about we all urge President Obama to support a Fort Monroe National Park!?
Sure thing

West Mifflin, PA

#24 Jan 25, 2011
Frodoe of Fort Monroe wrote:
How about we all urge President Obama to support a Fort Monroe National Park!?
Make it a memorial park with your occupied grave, and I could get behind it.

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