Obama gets spanking from American peo...

Obama gets spanking from American people.

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“I'm right”

Since: Oct 12

Rolla, MO

#1 Mar 19, 2013
Obama should have known better than to try to take the American peoples' guns. Now he has spent what little capital he had and he is the laughing stock of Washington. And that's saying something.
yammerstein

Rolla, MO

#2 Mar 22, 2013
you don't know what you are talking about

as usual

“I'm right”

Since: Oct 12

Rolla, MO

#3 Mar 23, 2013
yammerstein wrote:
you don't know what you are talking about

as usual
Spanked!
stupid killa

Rolla, MO

#4 Mar 23, 2013
you just make up a bunch of nonsense

what a complete imbicile you are

“I'm right”

Since: Oct 12

Rolla, MO

#5 Mar 23, 2013
stupid killa wrote:
you just make up a bunch of nonsense

what a complete imbicile you are
Spanked! The empty chair, still, has not been filled.
eat it killa

Rolla, MO

#6 Mar 24, 2013
killa_the_compassionate wrote:
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Spanked! The empty chair, still, has not been filled.
You and bloodfart spank each other's monkeys. That's all you ever spank around here.
Killa the Constipated

Salem, MO

#7 Mar 24, 2013
killa_the_compassionate wrote:
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Spanked! The empty chair, still, has not been filled.
But the oval office has been filled. You lost the majority won. Good won over evil. Your dumb retoric energized the populace for Obama. Thanks

“I'm right”

Since: Oct 12

Rolla, MO

#8 Mar 24, 2013
Killa the Constipated wrote:
<quoted text>But the oval office has been filled. You lost the majority won. Good won over evil. Your dumb retoric energized the populace for Obama. Thanks
The cheaters were certainly energized. We haven't seen cheating on that scale since the 1800's.
eat it killa

Rolla, MO

#9 Mar 24, 2013
The cheating rumor originated in a blog post identifying Wood County, Ohio as the location of the 108 percent voter turnout. It seems that Wood County is home to Bowling Green college, which goes a long way toward accounting for the discrepancy between the Census-determined voting age population (98,213) and the number of registered voters (106,258 in September, 108,014 in November): Students aren't necessarily counted in the census and are also naturally transient meaning that there are a large number of inactive voters on the rolls (there are apparently a little more than 80,000 active voters in Wood County).

For the record, President Obama won 31,596 votes out of 62,338 cast in the county, around 51 percent. "The petition's claim that Obama somehow managed to collect that many votes is not only demonstrably false, it's ridiculous," PolitiFact concludes before awarding the petition its coveted "Pants on Fire" rating.
killas_ tampon

Jefferson City, MO

#10 Mar 24, 2013
killa_the_compassionate wrote:
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The cheaters were certainly energized. We haven't seen cheating on that scale since the 1800's.
United States presidential election, 2000

The election was noteworthy for a controversy over the awarding of Florida's 25 electoral votes, the subsequent recount process in that state, and the unusual event of the winning candidate having received fewer popular votes than the runner-up.[3] This marked only the fourth election in U.S. history in which the eventual winner failed to win a plurality of the popular vote (after the elections of 1824, 1876, and 1888). Later studies have reached conflicting opinions on who would have won the recount if it had been allowed to proceed.

Bush v. Gore wasn't the Court's first foray into the realm of king making. The election of 1876 pitted Samuel J. Tilden, the Democratic governor of New York, against Rutherford B. Hayes, the Republican governor of Ohio. After the votes had been counted, it seemed that Tilden had won the popular vote and had 184 uncontested electoral votes to Hayes's 165. The magic number was 185 electoral votes. Twenty votes of the Electoral College were still up for grabs, however — all but one of them in the southern states of Florida, Louisiana, and South Carolina.(The exception was Oregon. They always have marched to a different drummer.)

Again your an overwhelming bore.... Have an other PBR

“I'm right”

Since: Oct 12

Rolla, MO

#11 Mar 24, 2013
eat it killa wrote:
The cheating rumor originated in a blog post identifying Wood County, Ohio as the location of the 108 percent voter turnout. It seems that Wood County is home to Bowling Green college, which goes a long way toward accounting for the discrepancy between the Census-determined voting age population (98,213) and the number of registered voters (106,258 in September, 108,014 in November): Students aren't necessarily counted in the census and are also naturally transient meaning that there are a large number of inactive voters on the rolls (there are apparently a little more than 80,000 active voters in Wood County).

For the record, President Obama won 31,596 votes out of 62,338 cast in the county, around 51 percent. "The petition's claim that Obama somehow managed to collect that many votes is not only demonstrably false, it's ridiculous," PolitiFact concludes before awarding the petition its coveted "Pants on Fire" rating.
Posting something twice doesn't increase the odds of being right.
killa the corksacker

Rolla, MO

#12 Mar 24, 2013
killa_the_compassionate wrote:
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Posting something twice doesn't increase the odds of being right.
You can't even count to two.
What are you even talking about?
And what do you claim to know about substance?
All you know is Teabagger propaganda.
killas_ tampon

Jefferson City, MO

#13 Mar 24, 2013
killas_ tampon wrote:
<quoted text>
United States presidential election, 2000
The election was noteworthy for a controversy over the awarding of Florida's 25 electoral votes, the subsequent recount process in that state, and the unusual event of the winning candidate having received fewer popular votes than the runner-up.[3] This marked only the fourth election in U.S. history in which the eventual winner failed to win a plurality of the popular vote (after the elections of 1824, 1876, and 1888). Later studies have reached conflicting opinions on who would have won the recount if it had been allowed to proceed.
Bush v. Gore wasn't the Court's first foray into the realm of king making. The election of 1876 pitted Samuel J. Tilden, the Democratic governor of New York, against Rutherford B. Hayes, the Republican governor of Ohio. After the votes had been counted, it seemed that Tilden had won the popular vote and had 184 uncontested electoral votes to Hayes's 165. The magic number was 185 electoral votes. Twenty votes of the Electoral College were still up for grabs, however — all but one of them in the southern states of Florida, Louisiana, and South Carolina.(The exception was Oregon. They always have marched to a different drummer.)
Again your an overwhelming bore.... Have an other PBR
Yours is the worst case of cephalo-rectitis I've ever seen...

whats the matter? couldn't answer mine? you really do tremble before one mightier then you. ye old beslubbering folly-fallen hugger-mugger....need another PBR?
Killa the Constipated

Salem, MO

#14 Mar 24, 2013
killa_the_compassionate wrote:
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The cheaters were certainly energized. We haven't seen cheating on that scale since the 1800's.
That has to rank in your top 5 stupid responses. Obama won, you can't stand an educated black liberal who is your intellectual and moral superior.
killas_ tampon

Jefferson City, MO

#15 Mar 24, 2013
killas_ tampon wrote:
<quoted text>
United States presidential election, 2000
The election was noteworthy for a controversy over the awarding of Florida's 25 electoral votes, the subsequent recount process in that state, and the unusual event of the winning candidate having received fewer popular votes than the runner-up.[3] This marked only the fourth election in U.S. history in which the eventual winner failed to win a plurality of the popular vote (after the elections of 1824, 1876, and 1888). Later studies have reached conflicting opinions on who would have won the recount if it had been allowed to proceed.
Bush v. Gore wasn't the Court's first foray into the realm of king making. The election of 1876 pitted Samuel J. Tilden, the Democratic governor of New York, against Rutherford B. Hayes, the Republican governor of Ohio. After the votes had been counted, it seemed that Tilden had won the popular vote and had 184 uncontested electoral votes to Hayes's 165. The magic number was 185 electoral votes. Twenty votes of the Electoral College were still up for grabs, however — all but one of them in the southern states of Florida, Louisiana, and South Carolina.(The exception was Oregon. They always have marched to a different drummer.)
Again your an overwhelming bore.... Have an other PBR
Yes I am posting it twice, because you need it to reach your PBR fogged mind. I can hear the PBR can being crushed in your trembling hand from here. Tic Toc Tic Toc you droning,dismal-dreaming , nut-hook..

“I'm right”

Since: Oct 12

Rolla, MO

#16 Mar 24, 2013
Killa the Constipated wrote:
<quoted text>That has to rank in your top 5 stupid responses. Obama won, you can't stand an educated black liberal who is your intellectual and moral superior.
Perhaps. But considering it was brilliant, I can only imagine the impact my other comments have had your life.

And you are a racist. What's his skin color have to do with anything?
Bob the Buckeye

Rolla, MO

#17 Mar 25, 2013
killa_the_compassionate wrote:
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Perhaps. But considering it was brilliant, I can only imagine the impact my other comments have had your life.
And you are a racist. What's his skin color have to do with anything?
I don't give a whip what you got to say you farking hypocrite loser. Wipe that ball juice off your chin and sit down and shut up.
Killa the Constipated

Rolla, MO

#18 Mar 25, 2013
killa_the_compassionate wrote:
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Perhaps. But considering it was brilliant, I can only imagine the impact my other comments have had your life.
And you are a racist. What's his skin color have to do with anything?
In your mind your responses are brilliant just as they se relevant to you, that, like your opinion that you are not racist are all part of your psychosis. Your sense of reality is similar to
someone suffering from dementia or schizophrenia, it seems real to you but not to those around you. Go to PCRMC get on the elevator and take it to the Center for psychiatric Services. Use the intercom and tell them you are there for a 96 hour "Brilliance assessment". Let us know how it goes.

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