Did you vote today?

Did you vote today?

Created by Rick on Jun 8, 2010

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WARRIOR

Alamogordo, NM

#24544 Apr 17, 2013
The Trutgh wrote:
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That is because you are to stupid to know how to start an on topic thread.
BARNEY, it's that same idiot for you again!

Since: Dec 10

Kansas City Ks.

#24545 Apr 17, 2013
The Trutgh wrote:
<quoted text>That is because you are to stupid to know how to start an on topic thread.
Why don't you set an example for us and start one yourself?
Hmmm

Maumelle, AR

#24546 Apr 17, 2013
The Trutgh wrote:
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That is because you are to stupid to know how to start an on topic thread.
We rely on your learned criticisms...we live for your scholarly advice.

Thank you.
Fay Que

Ash Flat, AR

#24547 Apr 17, 2013
Hmmm wrote:
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We rely on your learned criticisms...we live for your scholarly advice.
Thank you.
Amen brother.

Since: Dec 10

Kansas City Ks.

#24548 Apr 18, 2013
Senators, Republican and Democrat should be ashamed of them selves.

A bi-partisan bill with 90% public approval polling.

What the Hell were they thinking?

They were elected by the people not the NRA.

Sens. Manchin and Toomey struck a compromise deal on background checks to cover all gun-show and online sales of firearms (excepting for family transfers). But after that agreement -- and after the two senators thought they had the NRA's tacit agreement not to oppose their amendment -- the gun-rights organization pulled its trigger by releasing a letter opposing the amendment and suggesting it would score the vote. After that NRA opposition, any momentum the Manchin-Toomey amendment had stopped. In fact, a number of red-state Democrats and fence-sitting Republicans later opposed the compromise measure. Further demonstrating the NRA’s power on Wednesday, a pro-gun-rights amendment to enable those with concealed-weapons permit to carry guns across state lines (even in states where that action isn’t legal) garnered more votes (57) than the Manchin-Toomey measure (54). This fact perhaps tells the story of the gun debate better than any other.
WARRIOR

Alamogordo, NM

#24549 Apr 18, 2013
BARNEYII wrote:
Senators, Republican and Democrat should be ashamed of them selves.
A bi-partisan bill with 90% public approval polling.
What the Hell were they thinking?
They were elected by the people not the NRA.
Sens. Manchin and Toomey struck a compromise deal on background checks to cover all gun-show and online sales of firearms (excepting for family transfers). But after that agreement -- and after the two senators thought they had the NRA's tacit agreement not to oppose their amendment -- the gun-rights organization pulled its trigger by releasing a letter opposing the amendment and suggesting it would score the vote. After that NRA opposition, any momentum the Manchin-Toomey amendment had stopped. In fact, a number of red-state Democrats and fence-sitting Republicans later opposed the compromise measure. Further demonstrating the NRA’s power on Wednesday, a pro-gun-rights amendment to enable those with concealed-weapons permit to carry guns across state lines (even in states where that action isn’t legal) garnered more votes (57) than the Manchin-Toomey measure (54). This fact perhaps tells the story of the gun debate better than any other.
LMAO! 90%? Another Barney LIE! This bill was defeated just like the PEOPLE wanted it to be defeated. So now the NRA is all so powerful like Planned Parenthood. LMAO! What an idiot!
Marky Mark

Cabot, AR

#24550 Apr 18, 2013
Warrior has sex with animals. What a sick freak!

Since: Dec 10

Kansas City Ks.

#24552 Apr 18, 2013
Marky Mark wrote:
Warrior has sex with animals. What a sick freak!
Good chance he does.

He is living proof that someone did.

Based on his location cowboys and sheep come to mind.
Marky Mark

United States

#24553 Apr 18, 2013
BARNEYII wrote:
<quoted text>Good chance he does.

He is living proof that someone did.

Based on his location cowboys and sheep come to mind.
Bwahahahaha, that was more funny than what I said
WARRIOR

Alamogordo, NM

#24554 Apr 18, 2013
Marky Mark wrote:
Warrior has sex with animals. What a sick freak!
MARY MARY-If you count that fat hog mother of your then you are correct. That pig can really get it on..
WARRIOR

Alamogordo, NM

#24555 Apr 18, 2013
BARNEYII wrote:
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Good chance he does.
He is living proof that someone did.
Based on his location cowboys and sheep come to mind.
Salem the home of the famous village idiot Barney is known for all the inbreeding experiments of the early 40's. I wouldn't doubt if Barney doesn't have three eyes or four ears to make up for the lack of a brain he doesn't have!
what

Dallas, TX

#24556 Apr 18, 2013
BARNEYII wrote:
Senators, Republican and Democrat should be ashamed of them selves.
A bi-partisan bill with 90% public approval polling.
What the Hell were they thinking?
They were elected by the people not the NRA.
Sens. Manchin and Toomey struck a compromise deal on background checks to cover all gun-show and online sales of firearms (excepting for family transfers). But after that agreement -- and after the two senators thought they had the NRA's tacit agreement not to oppose their amendment -- the gun-rights organization pulled its trigger by releasing a letter opposing the amendment and suggesting it would score the vote. After that NRA opposition, any momentum the Manchin-Toomey amendment had stopped. In fact, a number of red-state Democrats and fence-sitting Republicans later opposed the compromise measure. Further demonstrating the NRA’s power on Wednesday, a pro-gun-rights amendment to enable those with concealed-weapons permit to carry guns across state lines (even in states where that action isn’t legal) garnered more votes (57) than the Manchin-Toomey measure (54). This fact perhaps tells the story of the gun debate better than any other.
You're right. The senators who supported this bill that would not have stopped the Newtown tragedy should be ashamed of themselves for exploiting those people for their own selfish reasons. The president should be just as ashamed for using the Newtown people as human sheilds and then lying about it yesterday.
so right

United States

#24557 Apr 18, 2013
The president has no shame.He has no conscience. Never in the history of that office has it been so publicly exploited. Sometimes it seems as if the president and wife are auditing for roles in a very bad theatrical cartoon or talk show.I still wonder how he happened.

Since: Dec 10

Kansas City Ks.

#24558 Apr 18, 2013
what wrote:
<quoted text>You're right. The senators who supported this bill that would not have stopped the Newtown tragedy should be ashamed of themselves for exploiting those people for their own selfish reasons. The president should be just as ashamed for using the Newtown people as
and then lying about it yesterday.
I will be blunt with you sir, the rhetoric you just put forth is nothing less than what you have heard from Rush, Fox News and other extreme right wing pundits.

What you should know is those people make millions off the likes of people like you who buy their crap, and laugh all the way to the bank.

Your ignorance is not making you a dime, lets just hope it doesn't cost you or a love one your life.

What if that love one was your voice because you are in the grave and cannot speak.

Would you call your loved one a "human shield", because they chose to speak out on your behalf?

what

Dallas, TX

#24559 Apr 18, 2013
BARNEYII wrote:
<quoted text>
I will be blunt with you sir, the rhetoric you just put forth is nothing less than what you have heard from Rush, Fox News and other extreme right wing pundits.
What you should know is those people make millions off the likes of people like you who buy their crap, and laugh all the way to the bank.
Your ignorance is not making you a dime, lets just hope it doesn't cost you or a love one your life.
What if that love one was your voice because you are in the grave and cannot speak.
Would you call your loved one a "human shield", because they chose to speak out on your behalf?
If it's rhetoric, then prove how a background check would have kept those kids and teachers alive? The President wasn't mad because her cares about kids, he was mad because he knew the bill would not pass. Only he thought it would be killed in the house and not by his own party in the senate. Now he can't truthfuly blame republicans and all of his lies and exploitations have gone to waste.

It's always amusing to see you react when you are brought face to face with your lies.
what

Dallas, TX

#24560 Apr 18, 2013
BARNEYII wrote:
<quoted text>
I will be blunt with you sir, the rhetoric you just put forth is nothing less than what you have heard from Rush, Fox News and other extreme right wing pundits.
What you should know is those people make millions off the likes of people like you who buy their crap, and laugh all the way to the bank.
Your ignorance is not making you a dime, lets just hope it doesn't cost you or a love one your life.
What if that love one was your voice because you are in the grave and cannot speak.
Would you call your loved one a "human shield", because they chose to speak out on your behalf?
One more thing; You can count yourself as one of those who should be ashamed of adding to the exploitation of human suffering.
OMG

Kennett, MO

#24561 Apr 18, 2013
BARNEYII wrote:
<quoted text>
I will be blunt with you sir, the rhetoric you just put forth is nothing less than what you have heard from Rush, Fox News and other extreme right wing pundits.
What you should know is those people make millions off the likes of people like you who buy their crap, and laugh all the way to the bank.
Your ignorance is not making you a dime, lets just hope it doesn't cost you or a love one your life.
What if that love one was your voice because you are in the grave and cannot speak.
Would you call your loved one a "human shield", because they chose to speak out on your behalf?
At first I thought you nothing more than a pathetic attempt at a internet troll due to the obvious ignorance spewed forth, however, after further investigation, I believe you honestly think this way and believe the stupidity coming out of your own mouth. You and your liberal counterparts really need help. You realize that right?
what

Dallas, TX

#24562 Apr 18, 2013
OMG wrote:
<quoted text>
At first I thought you nothing more than a pathetic attempt at a internet troll due to the obvious ignorance spewed forth, however, after further investigation, I believe you honestly think this way and believe the stupidity coming out of your own mouth. You and your liberal counterparts really need help. You realize that right?
You are right on both fronts.

Since: Dec 10

Kansas City Ks.

#24563 Apr 18, 2013
what wrote:
<quoted text>If it's rhetoric, then prove how a background check would have kept those kids and teachers alive? The President wasn't mad because her cares about kids, he was mad because he knew the bill would not pass. Only he thought it would be killed in the house and not by his own party in the senate. Now he can't truthfuly blame republicans and all of his lies and exploitations have gone to waste.
It's always amusing to see you react when you are brought face to face with your lies.
No One has ever said background checks could have prevented the tragedy at Sandy Hook, NO ONE has ever said that background checks would put an end to mass killings.

"The President wasn't mad because her cares about kids"

BTW-IDIOT "her" is a he.

Since: Dec 10

Kansas City Ks.

#24564 Apr 18, 2013
OMG wrote:
<quoted text>
At first I thought you nothing more than a pathetic attempt at a internet troll due to the obvious ignorance spewed forth, however, after further investigation, I believe you honestly think this way and believe the stupidity coming out of your own mouth. You and your liberal counterparts really need help. You realize that right?
What I do realize is how cowards like you , find it so much easier to wage a personal attack against those whose political beliefs differ from your own.

That you find it unfeasible that anyone would think differently.

You find that it is easier, than to defend the actions and principals of your party.



That is what I realize about the right wing Topix participants like you.

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