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

Commerce, GA

#11981 May 18, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
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You've already wussied out on a simple internet conversation. I'm not driving up to the mountains to find you couldn't overcome your agoraphobia. How about Atlanta. I'll buy you lunch. We can meet in the parking lot of the restaurant when you get here. Let's do it.
I hate crowds is why I live in the mountains. I say we make it one on one. On the App trail.
Bored

Commerce, GA

#11982 May 18, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
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LOL! I'm sure they did. I'm sure they did.
You really need OMTE to bolster your courage?


Bored

Commerce, GA

#11983 May 18, 2013
I'm going to create a login ID on topix. Will you to do the same? We'll set up a meeting via the message board.

Sick of politics

Chickamauga, GA

#11984 May 18, 2013
Does anybody on this page even care who the next U.S. Senator from Georgia is? I hope and pray it's not Gingrey.
Informed Opinion

Marco Island, FL

#11985 May 18, 2013
Danger Zone wrote:
We easily ruffle chicken feathers. Without using vulgarity, without being a pervert, without being a bully. Wow! That was soooo easy.... You can't claim to be a Christian & yell, "Screw Christian rights"- not the way it works. Sorry.
That's exactly the way it works.

There are no "Christian" rights; no Muslim rights; no Hindu right; no Satanist rights; there are only "Constitutional" rights.

And even if there were "Christian" rights, who gets to chose whats "Christian", the Right Wing Wacko "Christian" Taliban who consider Christ a leeeeeeeeberal socialist Libtard ?

Or the "Christians" who actually believe in Jesus' teachings.

And if there were "Muslim" rights, who chooses - the normal Muslims or the Right Wing Wacko "Muslim" Taliban ?

People who claim God and religion justify their actions are the scariest people on Earth - after all- if God wants you to win- you'll stop at nothing to so "God's will - can you say suicide bombers.

Since: Nov 12

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#11987 May 18, 2013
Bored wrote:
@ Aggie.
I posted earlier where I thought the U.S. was headed in regards to government control over it's citizens.
I said I believed within the next 15 years or so we would be ruled by "get tough military actions against civilian rule" under the authority of a 3-5 person group of socialists or communists.
The following link gives some more info on what is being setup for that to occur.
"the militarization of domestic law enforcement. By making a few subtle changes to a regulation in the U.S. Code titled “Defense Support of Civilian Law Enforcement Agencies” the military has quietly granted itself the ability to police the streets without obtaining prior local or state consent, upending a precedent that has been in place for more than two centuries."
http://www.longislandpress.com/2013/05/14/u-s...
I looked up some other citations after reading your link. I'd call that more than a little disturbing. But I am stunned we haven't heard more outrage from the Left, especially considering what we would probably be hearing if this occurred under a Republican administration.

I do not care to indulge in conspiracy theories, however it does not take a great leap to do a little simple arithmetic and see there is cause for concern. The Department of Homeland Security
has purchased in the last 10 MONTHS 1.6 BILLION rounds of ammunition when their own records show they typically use 15 million rounds/ year. At that rate, they are now stocked for 106 years. Why? They have also purchased 2,717 retrofitted armored personnel carriers for service on the streets of the US - again, Why?

The link you provided states the new terminology as: " Federal military commanders have the authority, in extraordinary emergency circumstances where prior authorization by the President is impossible and duly constituted local authorities are unable to control the situation, to engage temporarily in activities that are necessary to quell large-scale, unexpected civil disturbances."

This includes circumstances involving “insurrection, domestic violence, or conspiracy that hinders the execution of State or Federal law” as well as actions “taken under express statutory authority.”

What does come to mind is one scenario that I would love to immediately discount, but it is difficult to in the current climate and given Obama's none to subtle efforts to gut the 2nd Amendment. Many law enforcement officials have stated uncategorically that should the Federal govt order the disarmament of law abiding citizens with legally obtained guns, they will not comply. Could that not be considered both "unexpected civil disturbances" and "conspiracy that hinders the execution of State or Federal law."

Am I saying that is the intent here?- absolutely not. Does it bear consideration?- unfortunately, yes.
Bored

Commerce, GA

#11988 May 18, 2013
"GOP Congressman Receives Standing Ovation After He Rips IRS Commissioner."

"REP. MIKE KELLY (R-PA): This has nothing to do with political parties. This has to do with highly targeted groups. This reconfirms everything the American public believes. This is a huge blow to the faith and trust that the American people have in their government. Is there any limit to the scope where you folks can go? Is there anything at all? Is there any way that we could ask you is there any question that you should have asked?

My goodness. How much money do you have in your wallet? Who do you get emails from? Whose sign do you put up in your front yard? This is a tax question? And you don't think that's intimidating? It's sure as hell intimidating.."


http://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2013/0...

ChicknButt

Norcross, GA

#11989 May 18, 2013
Bored wrote:
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I hate crowds is why I live in the mountains. I say we make it one on one. On the App trail.
You're a wuss and you won't show up anyway. I'm not wasting my gas or my time on you. You'll wuss out like you repeatedly did with an internet conversation. Come down to Atlanta and I'll buy lunch for you, but your Granny will have to pay her own way.
Bored

Commerce, GA

#11990 May 18, 2013
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>Well I dont need anybody to bolster sh"t on this white boy. You aint never seen a mountain in your life. Come to Irwinville. If you dare Mr. Conservative. LOL.

Irwinville, the butthole of Georgia.

Since: May 13

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#11991 May 18, 2013
Bored wrote:
I'm going to create a login ID on topix. Will you to do the same? We'll set up a meeting via the message board.
You're a loud-mouthed socially inept wussy. But if you want lunch, come on down to Atlanta.
Bored

Commerce, GA

#11992 May 18, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
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You're a wuss and you won't show up anyway. I'm not wasting my gas or my time on you. You'll wuss out like you repeatedly did with an internet conversation. Come down to Atlanta and I'll buy lunch for you, but your Granny will have to pay her own way.

You challenged me on a word debate, you have now challenged me on a meeting. You dont get a choice, I choose on both and you have shown a dislike for either, come up here and I'll pay your freight both ways.


Bored

Commerce, GA

#11995 May 18, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
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What does come to mind is one scenario that I would love to immediately discount, but it is difficult to in the current climate and given Obama's none to subtle efforts to gut the 2nd Amendment. Many law enforcement officials have stated uncategorically that should the Federal govt order the disarmament of law abiding citizens with legally obtained guns, they will not comply. Could that not be considered both "unexpected civil disturbances" and "conspiracy that hinders the execution of State or Federal law."
Am I saying that is the intent here?- absolutely not. Does it bear consideration?- unfortunately, yes.

I dont think it could be considered as you post, however, the American military has a history of inciting conflicts in order to engage.
Many law enforcement agencies, especially Sheriff's offices have come out against gun control, as witnessed in Colorado, where 54 counties out of 60 some odd counties in the State have come out against the Governor signing the bill to ban certain ammo clips, etc.

Since: May 13

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#11996 May 18, 2013
Bored wrote:
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You challenged me on a word debate, you have now challenged me on a meeting. You dont get a choice, I choose on both and you have shown a dislike for either, come up here and I'll pay your freight both ways.
Do you have some copy of "dueling rules" or some other sissy sh!t like that that you're going by? You are one weird and pathetic dude.

I'm all registered. The offer is lunch in Atlanta. If you don't take me up on it, I just might meet you up in North GA the next time I head up there for other reasons. I'd be really curious to see if you show up, and if you're really brave enough to run your mouth in person like you do here. I'm pretty sure the answer is no on both counts.
Bored

Commerce, GA

#11997 May 18, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
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You're a loud-mouthed socially inept wussy. But if you want lunch, come on down to Atlanta.

I think most posters can see you wiggling your way out of the loudmouth boast. I offered you a way to keep this private but you backed down. You laid down a couple of challenges and then backed out cause they dont meet your criteria. Well he**, life is rough and you dont get everything your way. You made the challenge, I accepted, it's up to you to follow through.

Since: Nov 12

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#11998 May 18, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
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It all starts with American citizens being the best educated people on the planet. Until we work on that there's not much we can do. It's not that tough once you change the mindset of Congress and quit pretending that being a [email protected] is acceptable.
The people have the power to change to world we live in for the better. What they don't have (in large enough numbers) is the intelligence to wield that power responsibly.
On this we absolutely agree, unfortunately I am sure we would disagree completely in the way to make that happen.
I would contend that the biggest impediments to education in the US right now are teachers' unions and the bureaucracy (starting with the Dept of Education) that stifles innovation and bogs down the whole system.

Abolish the Dept of ED and break the unions. The money that is spent in the bureaucracy should be spent in the classroom and most specifically on teacher salaries. What is more important than teaching the next generation and yet the pay is really only adequate as a second income, which is why most teachers are women (75%) who have husbands who also work and bring in the lion's share of the household income. All boys would benefit from having strong male figures in the classroom, but those boys without fathers in the home would benefit even more so.
But with the strength of the teachers' unions and their emphasis on protecting even incompetent or abusive teachers at all costs regardless of the impact on children, there is a mindset that is hard to overcome. New York City alone is still paying $22 million to teachers who are not allowed in the classrooms because of allegations of impropriety/abuse/"ineffe ctiveness" - but they cannot be fired and thus still receive pay. That is $22 million that New York city could be spending in the classroom.

Bring control back to the people who have the most invested in making sure teachers are competent and schools are safe - the local community of parents, friends and residents who would all benefit from quality schools providing quality education.
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Commerce, GA

#11999 May 18, 2013
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>You really need to watch your mouth. Boy.

you're right, not much to say about Irwinville. A podunk town with a closed Crystal Beach in the middle of nowhere. Ya'll got a lot of liquor stores there huh.

Since: May 13

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#12000 May 18, 2013
Bored wrote:
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I offered you a way to keep this private but you backed down.
I notice I'm now registered and you're not.

Did you notice that?

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Bored

Commerce, GA

#12001 May 18, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
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Do you have some copy of "dueling rules" or some other sissy sh!t like that that you're going by? You are one weird and pathetic dude.
I'm all registered. The offer is lunch in Atlanta. If you don't take me up on it, I just might meet you up in North GA the next time I head up there for other reasons. I'd be really curious to see if you show up, and if you're really brave enough to run your mouth in person like you do here. I'm pretty sure the answer is no on both counts.
Post your login user name and I will send you a message.

Since: May 13

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#12002 May 18, 2013
Alright. I'm outta here for a while.

Bored, if you want a nice free lunch, and a chance to say stupid sh!t to me face to face like a man take me up on my offer. I'm not playing around. The invitation is open, and I've registered per your request.

If not, shut up.

Since: May 13

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#12003 May 18, 2013
Bored wrote:
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Post your login user name and I will send you a message.
I don't need to post it. It's right there on the box!

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