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

Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#27620 Oct 17, 2013
stelio kontos wrote:
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You arguing with yourself? Wow! Politically charged people are crazier than I thought!

Come on now! All those opinions from a fictitious animated cartoon character? Nobody has run out of crayons yet?

Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#27621 Oct 17, 2013
My,my, look at what I just found. An article on Obama now pushing for Amnesty for Illegals. Read it and see what they think of the Republican party.
http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2013/...
stelio kontos

Columbus, GA

#27622 Oct 17, 2013
Bigdave1 wrote:
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Come on now! All those opinions from a fictitious animated cartoon character? Nobody has run out of crayons yet?
AH! But I will be willing to bet you, that you googled it, thinking you were going to find a real person behind it, huh? You had no clue it was a character from "American Dad", did you? And who cares? Life is a cartoon. People judge each other here with cartoon peanuts, light bulbs, etc. What's the difference. If I get judged harshly, that means the Human factor is still alive and well, and win or lose, I at least got my point across. Others believe as I do, as well as others believe in what you think, but I don't go putting cartoon opinions up in the form of inanimate objects if I see something I like, or don't like. Yeah.

Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#27623 Oct 17, 2013
Tea Party know science better than liberals. Read what this new study concludes. Conservatives already knew this because of the Liberals belief in Global Warming. LMAO

Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#27624 Oct 17, 2013
Opp's I forgot to put in the web site for my post.
http://www.politico.com/story/2013/10/tea-par...
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#27625 Oct 17, 2013
stelio kontos wrote:
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http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
Politics? No, it is you that are full of crap, like the people you all vote in. Don't shoot the messenger. Oh by the way, the little icons people judge bother me not, for i can sit back and laugh at your lack of vision. Now, go play tetherball, oops, I mean politics. I guess it's the same huh? Ball keeps going around the pole back and forth and is a neverending debate over who can finally wrap the pole with the little string with the ball on it. Yeah, good luck with that.
You originally claimed to be a furloughed federal work, when do you go back to work.
gored moniker thingy

Cordele, GA

#27626 Oct 17, 2013
stelio kontos wrote:
<quoted text>
AH! But I will be willing to bet you, that you googled it, thinking you were going to find a real person behind it, huh? You had no clue it was a character from "American Dad", did you? And who cares? Life is a cartoon. People judge each other here with cartoon peanuts, light bulbs, etc. What's the difference. If I get judged harshly, that means the Human factor is still alive and well, and win or lose, I at least got my point across. Others believe as I do, as well as others believe in what you think, but I don't go putting cartoon opinions up in the form of inanimate objects if I see something I like, or don't like. Yeah.
Hey dude, don't take the 'judge its'(or fudge its) so seriously, as they can and are being manipulated. I kinda enjoy it- I just can't wait until the next major election comes around and wackos lose again. They will all look at each other dumbfounded, like "what happened- we were ahead 40-0 on topix! They will all try to swear that they was robbed.LOL
stelio kontos

Columbus, GA

#27627 Oct 17, 2013
Oh my wrote:
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You originally claimed to be a furloughed federal work, when do you go back to work.
Tomorrow, thank the Lord. Sitting here has made me crazier than you folks. But it's been interesting. No hard feelings. Carry on.
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#27628 Oct 17, 2013
whom wrote:
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http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
No delusion, just plain facts jack, with some real facts thrown in....
Tell us again about your sessions with the truth drug......
facts, just plain facts, REAL facts, no wonder you have such a difficult time with the reading comprehension.
stelio kontos

Columbus, GA

#27629 Oct 17, 2013
gored moniker thingy wrote:
<quoted text>Hey dude, don't take the 'judge its'(or fudge its) so seriously, as they can and are being manipulated. I kinda enjoy it- I just can't wait until the next major election comes around and wackos lose again. They will all look at each other dumbfounded, like "what happened- we were ahead 40-0 on topix! They will all try to swear that they was robbed.LOL
OH, I don't take it to heart. As a seasoned veteran of the disaster of yahoo chat, I brush it off. I state my case, as other folks state theirs, and we all just take it for what it is. I'm just glad to see that people (some, not all) are still able to voice their opinions freely, and accept criticism as it is delivered. I still think it's ridiculous to divide a country into classes, but if that is what makes people feel good about themselves, then so be it. Right now, my main concern is what my desk is going to look like tomorrow when I get back down to Benning.
gored moniker thingy

Cordele, GA

#27630 Oct 17, 2013
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>I know one thing..... The tragedies, outbursts, protests, and killins in D.C..... Had nothin to do with white racist southerners, like MSNBC, is tryin to spin the recent events in D.C.
The shooter-man at the navy yard was black, and the scared lady that was gunned down by the police, in front of her child, was black. All the people said, that knew the lady, that spoke-up on the House floor. Said, she was not crazy and is a very kind-hearted person. I think Obama will win, and the UNITED STATES will die, because of MSM.
Obama will win what, OMTE? you know that he can't run for another term as POTUS.
Michael Simpleton

Columbus, GA

#27631 Oct 17, 2013
I rather enjoy being a republican. We keep things in line, and the poor can just move to Mexico.
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#27632 Oct 17, 2013
gored moniker thingy wrote:
<quoted text>
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
...I just can't wait until the next major election comes around and wackos lose again. They will all look at each other dumbfounded, like "what happened- we were ahead 40-0 on topix! They will all try to swear that they was robbed.LOL
Tooooo funny, he didn't understand Ohio in 2012 either....

Karl Rove reveals the world in which sneaky Obama snookered GOP into shutting down the government
THU OCT 17, 2013 AT 12:36 PM PDT
http://www.dailykos.com/story/2013/10/17/1248...

Karl Rove spins out of control, starting with his latest headline:
Republicans Walked Into Obama's Trap
His goal was to discredit the GOP before 2014. The defunders fell for it.

Yes. President Obama, executing the the most complex eleventy billion dimensional chess move ever attempted by a mere mortal, craftily demanded that Republicans end the government shutdown and avoid default without asking for anything in return. And when Republicans refused, they walked straight into President Obama's trap—a trap which nobody could have possibly seen, and from which there was no easy escape.

Except, of course, the part where they could have decided to not shut down the government or threaten default, and the fact that President Obama had repeatedly urged them over the course of many months to avoid walking down that path.

But other than that, yes, they stumbled straight into Obama's stealthily set trap.
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#27633 Oct 17, 2013
Shutdown aftermath: Republicans are left with an unanswered ransom note and lame excuses
THU OCT 17, 2013 AT 01:10 PM PDT
http://www.dailykos.com/story/2013/10/17/1248...

After Democrats in Congress stepped in on Wednesday night and ended the Republican shutdown—a sixteen day temper tantrum that cost this country $24 billion—Republicans were left with nothing but their unanswered ransom note and a lot of pathetic excuses.

We had the Republican congresswoman from the state of denial:
“I’m not prepared to suggest that this has been a complete loss,” said Representative Cynthia M. Lummis of Wyoming.

... and Rep. Jack Kingston, the Georgia Republican who thought the shutdown and teetering on the edge of default was totally worth it since it allowed them to reconnect with their (apparently not-too-bright) base:
But on the other side, I think it was important to us to reestablish our brand as being against Obamacare ... sometimes our base thinks that we haven't driven the point enough, even though we've had something like forty different votes to defund it in one form or the other ...

... and it would allow Republicans to rev up for their next 40 or so votes against Obamacare because:
“... Democrats will have no choice but to reconsider our fair and reasonable proposals to delay the law,” Georgia Republican Rep. Tom Graves said in a statement.

... and really, they were just doing the country a favor because it:
... "clarified where each party stood," [Republican Sen.] Sessions said.

... because apparently the aforementioned 40 plus votes Republicans have held to defund or repeal Obamacare had left everyone in a fog on where each party stood.
"But leaving all that aside, it's important to remember that the Republican shutdown wasn't really the Republican's fault. Because they were tricked by that tricky trickster, Barack Hussein Obama:"

Barack Obama set the trap. Some congressional Republicans walked into it. As a result, the president is stronger, the GOP is weaker, and ObamaCare is marginally more popular.

Curses!
So, what comes next? If history is any guide, more ransom demands ... followed by more excuses. Only question is, how much will the next Republican tantrum cost this country?
Sarah Redemption

Columbus, GA

#27634 Oct 17, 2013
Michael Simpleton wrote:
I rather enjoy being a republican. We keep things in line, and the poor can just move to Mexico.
That was pretty rude. Being a democrat is far better. We at least destroy the country quietly.
gored moniker thingy

Cordele, GA

#27635 Oct 17, 2013
Oh my wrote:
Shutdown aftermath: Republicans are left with an unanswered ransom note and lame excuses
THU OCT 17, 2013 AT 01:10 PM PDT
http://www.dailykos.com/story/2013/10/17/1248...
After Democrats in Congress stepped in on Wednesday night and ended the Republican shutdown—a sixteen day temper tantrum that cost this country $24 billion—Republicans were left with nothing but their unanswered ransom note and a lot of pathetic excuses.
We had the Republican congresswoman from the state of denial:
“I’m not prepared to suggest that this has been a complete loss,” said Representative Cynthia M. Lummis of Wyoming.
... and Rep. Jack Kingston, the Georgia Republican who thought the shutdown and teetering on the edge of default was totally worth it since it allowed them to reconnect with their (apparently not-too-bright) base:
But on the other side, I think it was important to us to reestablish our brand as being against Obamacare ... sometimes our base thinks that we haven't driven the point enough, even though we've had something like forty different votes to defund it in one form or the other ...
... and it would allow Republicans to rev up for their next 40 or so votes against Obamacare because:
“... Democrats will have no choice but to reconsider our fair and reasonable proposals to delay the law,” Georgia Republican Rep. Tom Graves said in a statement.
... and really, they were just doing the country a favor because it:
... "clarified where each party stood," [Republican Sen.] Sessions said.
... because apparently the aforementioned 40 plus votes Republicans have held to defund or repeal Obamacare had left everyone in a fog on where each party stood.
"But leaving all that aside, it's important to remember that the Republican shutdown wasn't really the Republican's fault. Because they were tricked by that tricky trickster, Barack Hussein Obama:"
Barack Obama set the trap. Some congressional Republicans walked into it. As a result, the president is stronger, the GOP is weaker, and ObamaCare is marginally more popular.
Curses!
So, what comes next? If history is any guide, more ransom demands ... followed by more excuses. Only question is, how much will the next Republican tantrum cost this country?
great post and I would say funny, too- except for the seriousness of the matter.

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#27636 Oct 17, 2013
gored moniker thingy wrote:
<quoted text>hey, you asked me and I answered as honestly as I could, although I wish I had thought it more. But why are going off on me about democrats. Hell, don't shoot the messenger.
No, no, no. I didn't mean to sound as if I were going off on you. I did ask and you did respectfully answer. I was just trying to point out the other side needs some work, too. If the Republicans loosen up on abortion and marijuana, that would make them Democrats and then we're back to one party. Does that make sense? I am trying to determine how this country is ever going to heal itself from all of this. It concerns me.

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

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#27637 Oct 17, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
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And when Republicans were in office, they got even more poor, while the very wealthiest got vastly more wealthy.
Want to see the charts that prove it?
Want to see the charts that show more people are on foodstamps NOW?

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#27638 Oct 17, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
Ted Cruz has direct links to the Koch Brothers.
You only know Cruz's name because the Koch Brothers are paying for you to know his name. He's already been bought and paid for and has an agenda that is not even remotely in the best interests of the American people.
http://trailblazersblog.dallasnews.com/2013/0...
http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/comment...
http://www.dailykos.com/story/2013/10/13/1246...
YOU voted for Obama TWICE.'nuff said.

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#27639 Oct 17, 2013
Laughing at U wrote:
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Hey Bill, I see you're still the most hated poster on Topix. Keep up your clueless and uneducated work. Oh, and it's time for you to walk the dog.
I'm SURE Bill is just CRUSHED about this post. Yeah...coming from YOU, he's devastated. rotfl

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