Did you vote today?

Did you vote today?

Created by Rick on Jun 8, 2010

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guest

Little Rock, AR

#16509 Oct 8, 2012
Yes, I did vote today, with not one democRAT voted for. Screw all you commies.
Guest

Jonesboro, AR

#16510 Oct 8, 2012
BARNEYII wrote:
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LMAO,
So you, "don't believe that you will find a teacher in any school that will not agree with that statement.
Well I tell you what, why don't you and I visit a few inter city public schools, and YOU ask the teachers if they agree with Mr.Hubbard's statement.
You are saying that the integrated inner city schools are producing the quality of student, no wait, based on your posts, you are satisfied with the educational system. I don't think that many teachers will agree with you on this one. I don't know a black teacher that thinks that this experience has worked well.

Since: Dec 10

Kansas City Ks.

#16511 Oct 8, 2012
Guest wrote:
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You are saying that the integrateded inner city schools are producing the quality of student, no wait, based on your posts, you are satisfied with the educational system. I don't think that many teachers will agree with you on this one. I don't know a black teacher that thinks that this experience has worked well.
You know damn well what I meant, and did I did not say any thing about integration.

You really have a hard time staying on Topic don't you?

Since: Dec 10

Kansas City Ks.

#16512 Oct 8, 2012
..........

A Republican member of the Arkansas House of Representatives has a history of writing in support of slavery and the Confederacy, along with comparing Abraham Lincoln to Karl Marx.

State Rep. Loy Mauch (R-Bismarck) wrote a series of letters to the editor of the Arkansas Democrat Gazette, defending slavery and attacking Lincoln, the Arkansas Times reports.

The revelations about Mauch's letters come days after it was reported that state Rep. Jon Hubbard (R-Jonesboro) wrote that slavery "may have been a blessing" in a 2010 book.

The Arkansas Republican Party has condemned Hubbard's comments, along with comments by Republican legislative candidate Charlie Fuqua, who advocated expelling Muslims from the United States.

Since: Dec 10

Kansas City Ks.

#16513 Oct 8, 2012
BARNEYII wrote:
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A Republican member of the Arkansas House of Representatives has a history of writing in support of slavery and the Confederacy, along with comparing Abraham Lincoln to Karl Marx.
State Rep. Loy Mauch (R-Bismarck) wrote a series of letters to the editor of the Arkansas Democrat Gazette, defending slavery and attacking Lincoln, the Arkansas Times reports.
The revelations about Mauch's letters come days after it was reported that state Rep. Jon Hubbard (R-Jonesboro) wrote that slavery "may have been a blessing" in a 2010 book.
The Arkansas Republican Party has condemned Hubbard's comments, along with comments by Republican legislative candidate Charlie Fuqua, who advocated expelling Muslims from the United States.
Forgot to add that was national piece from;

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/10/08/loy-...

Are you Arkansas Conservatives enjoying this national attention your party is attracting to our fine State?
Nobama

Batesville, AR

#16515 Oct 8, 2012
I was wondering why welfare boy was harping on the local races? I got my answer. National Poll Tracker has an overall poll average of a 3 point lead for Romney. Pew has a 7 point lead, Gallup 3 and CBS News has a 2 point lead, all for Romney. The NPT said this race is turning into a carbon copy of the 1980 Presidential race. With the Democratic in office jumping out to a huge lead but the GOP challenger catching up in mid October. BTW, who ended up winning that one? BTW, the swings states with the exception of Florida are all tightening up, just like 1980.
Nobama

Batesville, AR

#16516 Oct 8, 2012
I almost forgot, congratulations to Barney. His role model and a huge Obama supporter, Hugo Chavez, won a third term. Both Barn Barn and Obama must be thrilled.
Guest

Jonesboro, AR

#16517 Oct 8, 2012
BARNEYII wrote:
<quoted text>
LMAO,
So you, "don't believe that you will find a teacher in any school that will not agree with that statement.
Well I tell you what, why don't you and I visit a few inter city public schools, and YOU ask the teachers if they agree with Mr.Hubbard's statement.
I live in the Delta, my wife teaches and we socialize with black educators, no one seems to think that integration made the system better. We always seem to fall to the lowest common denominator, it would be nice if we brought everyone up but we generally bring a very few of the lower up and bring every one else down. You ask your educators if they agree with you?
Guest

Jonesboro, AR

#16518 Oct 8, 2012
BARNEYII wrote:
<quoted text>
Forgot to add that was national piece from;
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/10/08/loy-...
Are you Arkansas Conservatives enjoying this national attention your party is attracting to our fine State?
We survived Fanny Foxx and Monica Lewinski, we can survive a few sentences taken out of contest.

Since: Dec 10

Kansas City Ks.

#16519 Oct 8, 2012
Guest wrote:
<quoted text>
I live in the Delta, my wife teaches and we socialize with black educators, no one seems to think that integration made the system better. We always seem to fall to the lowest common denominator, it would be nice if we brought everyone up but we generally bring a very few of the lower up and bring every one else down. You ask your educators if they agree with you?
Again D.A., my post had nothing to do with integration.
Guest

Jonesboro, AR

#16520 Oct 8, 2012
BARNEYII wrote:
<quoted text>
Again D.A., my post had nothing to do with integration.
read your post and you keep trying to defend it, why would I walk the halls with you in the inner city schools when, oh I get it, you are pulling a Barney, when you don't have an answer, change the question.
Guest

Jonesboro, AR

#16521 Oct 8, 2012
BARNEYII wrote:
<quoted text>
Again D.A., my post had nothing to do with integration.
Reply »|Report Abuse|Judge it!|#16471Saturday

Judged:333
Nobama wrote:
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What a pile of crap. When you have no facts on your side scream "racism". If you don't like the job our President is doing? racism. It sickening. If you really knew your history (which you don't) you would know it was the Republicans who freed the slaves. It was the Democrats who boo'd when Sammy David Jr. sang the National Anthem at the DNC. Before you throw up that racism BS look at the facts, this President is a disaster regardless of his race.
NO PROOF?

WTF do you call his book. OMG what a idiot.

Jon Hubbard, a Republican member of the Arkansas House of Representatives, has written a new book in which he says slavery was "a blessing" for African-Americans, among other questionable statements.

Hubbard, a first term Republican from Jonesboro, Ark., makes a series of racially charged statements in the self-published book, including saying that integration of schools is hurting white students, that African slaves had better lives under slavery than in Africa, that blacks are not contributing to society, and that a situation is developing the United States which is similar to that of Nazi Germany
Nobama

Batesville, AR

#16522 Oct 8, 2012
Guest wrote:
<quoted text>read your post and you keep trying to defend it, why would I walk the halls with you in the inner city schools when, oh I get it, you are pulling a Barney, when you don't have an answer, change the question.
Another moment of clarity. We spend so much time trying to argue with Barney until we realize he will never answer. He deflects, denies, evades and pivots. He has never ONCE answered a direct question. He has no truth or facts on hus side.
Churmudgeon

Mountain Home, AR

#16523 Oct 8, 2012
Hubbard, a first term Republican from Jonesboro, Ark., makes a series of racially charged statements in the self-published book, including saying that integration of schools is hurting white students, that African slaves had better lives under slavery than in Africa, that blacks are not contributing to society, and that a situation is developing the United States which is similar to that of Nazi Germany . I dont see any racist facts its just not poltically correct. And I agree with hubbard. Everything he stated is a true fact. If thinks that makes me a racist so be it.
Churmudgeon

Mountain Home, AR

#16524 Oct 8, 2012
Nobama wrote:
<quoted text>
Another moment of clarity. We spend so much time trying to argue with Barney until we realize he will never answer. He deflects, denies, evades and pivots. He has never ONCE answered a direct question. He has no truth or facts on hus side.
IDont reply to blarney. I simply judge his post clueless nuts & spam.

Since: Dec 10

Kansas City Ks.

#16525 Oct 8, 2012
Guest wrote:
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Reply »|Report Abuse|Judge it!|#16471Saturday
Judged:333
Nobama wrote:
<quoted text>
What a pile of crap. When you have no facts on your side scream "racism". If you don't like the job our President is doing? racism. It sickening. If you really knew your history (which you don't) you would know it was the Republicans who freed the slaves. It was the Democrats who boo'd when Sammy David Jr. sang the National Anthem at the DNC. Before you throw up that racism BS look at the facts, this President is a disaster regardless of his race.
NO PROOF?
WTF do you call his book. OMG what a idiot.
Jon Hubbard, a Republican member of the Arkansas House of Representatives, has written a new book in which he says slavery was "a blessing" for African-Americans, among other questionable statements.
Hubbard, a first term Republican from Jonesboro, Ark., makes a series of racially charged statements in the self-published book, including saying that integration of schools is hurting white students, that African slaves had better lives under slavery than in Africa, that blacks are not contributing to society, and that a situation is developing the United States which is similar to that of Nazi Germany
Nice job D.A., I did not see any thing about integration in that post either.

Sure mention racism, congratulations D.A., by accident you stumble upon the original point,,,,,,,,

Racism'''

Since: Dec 10

Kansas City Ks.

#16526 Oct 8, 2012
Churmudgeon wrote:
Hubbard, a first term Republican from Jonesboro, Ark., makes a series of racially charged statements in the self-published book, including saying that integration of schools is hurting white students, that African slaves had better lives under slavery than in Africa, that blacks are not contributing to society, and that a situation is developing the United States which is similar to that of Nazi Germany . I dont see any racist facts its just not poltically correct. And I agree with hubbard. Everything he stated is a true fact. If thinks that makes me a racist so be it.
It makes you both racist''''''

"Everything he stated is a true fact", really let me see you prove this quote is a true fact;

"that blacks are not contributing to society"

Since: Dec 10

Kansas City Ks.

#16527 Oct 8, 2012
Churmudgeon wrote:
<quoted text> IDont reply to blarney. I simply judge his post clueless nuts & spam.
Those marks coming from you, I wear like a badge of honor.
Guest

Jonesboro, AR

#16528 Oct 8, 2012
BARNEYII wrote:
<quoted text>
Nice job D.A., I did not see any thing about integration in that post either.
Sure mention racism, congratulations D.A., by accident you stumble upon the original point,,,,,,,,
Racism'''
Republican from Jonesboro, Ark., makes a series of racially charged statements in the self-published book, including saying that integration of schools is hurting white students,

Since: Dec 10

Kansas City Ks.

#16529 Oct 8, 2012
Guest wrote:
<quoted text>Republican from Jonesboro, Ark., makes a series of racially charged statements in the self-published book, including saying that integration of schools is hurting white students,

I stand corrected, it did mention integration

And I say you are certainly insistent on changing the Topic of Hubbard being a racial bigot into whether integration works or not.

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