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Cuthbert, GA

#39285 Mar 18, 2014
It will probably show-up after I post this post... Dang topix...
But I posted earlier about how stupid our state law-makers are...
They are now trying to give ILLEGAL ALIENS government assistance with HB 1051...
They already let them get driver licenses last month, when they tried to wreck our public schools(with SB 167)...
How stupid are these idiots?
Pretty dang retarded, if ya ask me...
How in the hell did folks like Casey Cagle ever get to be in any kind of office, is beyond me...
People have got to start paying more attention...
These morons are destroying our state...
And nobody seems to care... SMH.

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AnybodyButDeal

United States

#39286 Mar 18, 2014
Hail to the Chief,
PRESIDENT Barrack Obama,
Not quiet as good as President Clinton.
Better than any Bush.

The most recent Bloomberg poll plots PRESIDENT Obama at 48% Approval. Up 6% from it's previous poll.
Fox(Faux) has PRESIDENT Obama at 38% Approval. Down 4% from it's previous poll.

Who do we believe between these two? If Fox contacted me for a poll, I would hang up on them. Just as many self-respecting Americans would and do.

http://www.pollingreport.com/obama_job.htm
OMTE

Cuthbert, GA

#39287 Mar 18, 2014
AnybodyButDeal wrote:
Hail to the Chief,
PRESIDENT Barrack Obama,
Not quiet as good as President Clinton.
Better than any Bush.
The most recent Bloomberg poll plots PRESIDENT Obama at 48% Approval. Up 6% from it's previous poll.
Fox(Faux) has PRESIDENT Obama at 38% Approval. Down 4% from it's previous poll.
Who do we believe between these two? If Fox contacted me for a poll, I would hang up on them. Just as many self-respecting Americans would and do.
http://www.pollingreport.com/obama_job.htm
Most of the time "Bloomberg" is just pure liberal trash, and isn't worth even reading...
But every now and then...
The editors come-up with a pretty decent article...
Like this one...
It is laced with liberal BS, but all-in-all, a pretty acurate article...
http://www.bloombergview.com/articles/2014-03...
Unlike those stupid phony polling numbers, that your dumb butt posted...
Ya know?:)

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Cuthbert, GA

#39288 Mar 18, 2014
Michelle(ain't never had)NuNN(because she's tooo dang ugly) is too dang ugly to represent Ga too!
LoL!!!
I mean come on...
That chick is jacked-up bad, and it will make us look bad...
She needs to drop-out of the race, she's embarassing Ga.
Ya know?

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“Registered Conservative”

Since: Jul 11

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#39289 Mar 18, 2014
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Not working at all. This is recreation. I'm curious though why you can't explain the first post that I commented on where you said that Obama will do "anything" to undermine "everything" (that word "everything" really jumps out don't ya think?) that "Americans" hold dear. That is quite a statement you made there and I find it both quite funny as well as a sign of a very narrow and twisted view of reality. It makes one wonder if by your moniker and similar statements to the above if you are not a neo-confederate who would support a resurgence of seccession under the same kind of auspices committed by the original traitors of the southern Confederacy. I find it fascinating that there could still exist, in 2014, that kind of thinking.
Obama has a pen, enough said.

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#39290 Mar 18, 2014
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Yep, it's fun to rub their noses in their own feces though. I fully expect Marse Robert to try to refute the facts in this or just to say once again that I could use a history lesson. He probably thinks that Lee is right up there with Jesus for greatest people who ever lived.
You do need a history lesson, start with recent history though, with Obama's promises to transform America.

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Jefferson, GA

#39291 Mar 18, 2014
guest wrote:
<quoted text>Oh I know they exist. I live here amongst them. I was being mostly facetious. The boy it's too stupid to look up a word he doesn't know, then he proceeded to make a fool of himself. And the funny thing is that he doesn't even realize it.

And youve forgotten the word, you brain dead imbecile.......


Since: Nov 12

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#39292 Mar 18, 2014
same wrote:
"George W. Bush in Retirement: A Man of Character"
and libroids have Clinton and Obama..........2 flakes from different pods..........
http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2014/...
Great article and some bears repeating IMO:

"An insight into George Bushís character (and unlike that of the current occupant) is that not once during his Presidency did he accuse his predecessor for what he [Bush] had inherited: he never blamed him for not killing Osama bin Laden when given the chance; Mr. Bush never assigned responsibility to Mr. Clinton for the run-up and later bursting of the tech-Internet bubble that was still unwinding when he assumed office in January 2001.(It is largely forgotten, but by the time Mr. Bush was inaugurated, the NASDAQ Composite was down 50% from its peak 10 months earlier. It is never mentioned that George Bush inherited an economy that was headed into recession, which began two months after he took office and ended in November of 2001.)"

"In contrast to Bill Clinton, George Bush has stayed out of the limelight.ďI donít think it is good for the country to have a former president criticize his successor,Ē he told Jay Leno in an interview last November."

"George Bush has lived since retirement.... doing good deeds but outside the publicís eye. His home, ironically, is far more environmentally friendly than that of his former political opponents who rail against man-made causes of global warming (or climate change, as they now call it). Mr. Bush devotes himself not just to his library and painting landscapes and portraits but, importantly, to womenís health issues in Africa and to veterans, especially those who returned home wounded. And he does this without seeking the publicity without which people like Bill Clinton would shrivel up like wilted flowers."

"After hearing of the Fort Hood massacre by Islamic terrorist Major Nidal Hasan, who killed 13 and wounded 38 on the 5th of November 2009, Mr. Bush and his wife, without escort, drove the thirty miles to visit the wounded and comfort the bereaved. They did so without notifying the press. They were on the base for six hours, until the White House requested they leave."

"As President, Mr. Bush founded the Presidentís Emergency Plan for Aids Relief (PEPFAR) in 2003. By the end of his term in office he had increased humanitarian aid to Africa by more than 640%, to more than $5 billion a year."

"Mr. Bush is comfortable in his accomplishments and has no need for the limelight that others seek. He is an honorable man, with deep respect for the office he held and for the traditions that have made the United States the exceptional nation it is. In retirement, as in his Presidency, George Bush has shown character."

Since: Nov 12

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#39293 Mar 18, 2014
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>Most of the time "Bloomberg" is just pure liberal trash, and isn't worth even reading...
But every now and then...
The editors come-up with a pretty decent article...
Like this one...
It is laced with liberal BS, but all-in-all, a pretty acurate article...
http://www.bloombergview.com/articles/2014-03...
Unlike those stupid phony polling numbers, that your dumb butt posted...
Ya know?:)
Good article though, as you note, they completely ignore the importance of a strongly defended border and ignore that the policies of the current administration are a lot of the problem. Like the virtual "catch and release" policy at the border that the administration uses to try and claim they have higher deportation numbers when in actuality this administration's deportation numbers are the lowest in 20 years. Now Obama announces they are going to "review" the administrationís deportation polices "to see if they can be carried out in a more sensitive manner".
And the article blew right by their own conclusion: "Their (illegal aliens) unemployment rate might even be lower than that of the nation's black citizens." HELLLLOOOO: don't you think that would have a dramatic impact ON the black unemployment rate.

Since: Nov 12

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#39294 Mar 18, 2014
OMTE wrote:
Michelle(ain't never had)NuNN(because she's tooo dang ugly) is too dang ugly to represent Ga too!
LoL!!!
I mean come on...
That chick is jacked-up bad, and it will make us look bad...
She needs to drop-out of the race, she's embarassing Ga.
Ya know?
Come on, now. Attack her on her policies, not her looks. It's such a cheap shot at a female candidate and seriously, have you LOOKED at some of the men.(and yes, I already know you think I have no sense of humor) ;)
any sense

Broken Arrow, OK

#39295 Mar 18, 2014
jeb stuart wrote:
<quoted text>I like and agree with most of your posts, but must disagree with this one. Although it galls me to lend any validity to anything these wackos post, I just don't believe that (the original) Gen. Lee was a traitor. The southern states had seceded from the U.S. and their citizens were no longer bound by the its' constitution. Now, you could argue that secession was illegal but that would only open up another can of worms. I have always thought it unfair to judge 19th century people by 20th or 21st century standards. One more thing, Lee or no other ex-confederates were ever tried for treason.To be clear, I do admire some of the men- but despise their cause.
So you must also agree that or forefathers long ago when writing the Constitution had no idea that a single gun could someday be a weapon of mass destruction. And that the general population having access to such weapons never entered their minds.. And to keep claiming our forefathers could and did imagine such weapons in the hands of the general public is ridiculous. Not saying that is or is not your positions, just asking if it makes any sense.
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Jefferson, GA

#39296 Mar 18, 2014
guest wrote:
<quoted text>I understand everything that you say, however:
The only judgement I used was Artcle 3 section 3 of the U. S Constitution. Lee took up arms against the United States of A, the country he was a citizen of and swore allegiance to. I rest my case on that and see no need to dwell on it. Most historians that I've read agree.

Roflllll @ the dummy who says he knows history of the war of northern aggression..........


Those historians must be mother jones, dailykos, and other libroid websites dummy....


real problem

Broken Arrow, OK

#39297 Mar 18, 2014
Aggie23 wrote:
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Good article though, as you note, they completely ignore the importance of a strongly defended border and ignore that the policies of the current administration are a lot of the problem. Like the virtual "catch and release" policy at the border that the administration uses to try and claim they have higher deportation numbers when in actuality this administration's deportation numbers are the lowest in 20 years. Now Obama announces they are going to "review" the administrationís deportation polices "to see if they can be carried out in a more sensitive manner".
And the article blew right by their own conclusion: "Their (illegal aliens) unemployment rate might even be lower than that of the nation's black citizens." HELLLLOOOO: don't you think that would have a dramatic impact ON the black unemployment rate.
So you can't even give credit where credit is due, the Mexicans in huge numbers have left, no jobs. It also galls the hell out of me every time "one of you people" claim Mexicans take jobs from BLACK citizens. Can't let that go now can you, poor people seeking a non skilled job can be any color. The most prized job in the U.S. is held by a BLACK man, the one you so hate, remember. Or is that your "real" problem.
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Jefferson, GA

#39298 Mar 18, 2014
AnybodyButDeal wrote:
Hail to the Chief,
PRESIDENT Barrack Obama,
Not quiet as good as President Clinton.
Better than any Bush.

The most recent Bloomberg poll plots PRESIDENT Obama at 48% Approval. Up 6% from it's previous poll.
Fox(Faux) has PRESIDENT Obama at 38% Approval. Down 4% from it's previous poll.

Who do we believe between these two? If Fox contacted me for a poll, I would hang up on them. Just as many self-respecting Americans would and do.

http://www.pollingreport.com/obama_job.htm

What a big dummy........

Roflllll
OMTE

Cuthbert, GA

#39299 Mar 18, 2014
Aggie23 wrote:
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Good article though, as you note, they completely ignore the importance of a strongly defended border and ignore that the policies of the current administration are a lot of the problem. Like the virtual "catch and release" policy at the border that the administration uses to try and claim they have higher deportation numbers when in actuality this administration's deportation numbers are the lowest in 20 years. Now Obama announces they are going to "review" the administrationís deportation polices "to see if they can be carried out in a more sensitive manner".
And the article blew right by their own conclusion: "Their (illegal aliens) unemployment rate might even be lower than that of the nation's black citizens." HELLLLOOOO: don't you think that would have a dramatic impact ON the black unemployment rate.
It seems pretty simple..Huh?
Almost as if it's given knowledge that the the rich Dirty Dems and the filthy rich RINOs, are trying to replace the poor blacks, with mexicans...
It's crazy.*for real*
I thought the blacks were smarter than mexicans...
It appears I may have been wrong.
Cuz they helpin Obama replace their a$$e$...
Ya know? ;)

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Jefferson, GA

#39300 Mar 18, 2014
any sense wrote:
<quoted text>So you must also agree that or forefathers long ago when writing the Constitution had no idea that a single gun could someday be a weapon of mass destruction. And that the general population having access to such weapons never entered their minds.. And to keep claiming our forefathers could and did imagine such weapons in the hands of the general public is ridiculous. Not saying that is or is not your positions, just asking if it makes any sense.

This has gotta be the dumbest attempt to extrapolate I've ever seen....you are one dumb dude dummy....
accomplishments

Broken Arrow, OK

#39301 Mar 18, 2014
Aggie23 wrote:
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Great article and some bears repeating IMO:
"An insight into George Bushís character (and unlike that of the current occupant) is that not once during his Presidency did he accuse his predecessor for what he [Bush] had inherited: he never blamed him for not killing Osama bin Laden when given the chance; Mr. Bush never assigned responsibility to Mr. Clinton for the run-up and later bursting of the tech-Internet bubble that was still unwinding when he assumed office in January 2001.(It is largely forgotten, but by the time Mr. Bush was inaugurated, the NASDAQ Composite was down 50% from its peak 10 months earlier. It is never mentioned that George Bush inherited an economy that was headed into recession, which began two months after he took office and ended in November of 2001.)"
"In contrast to Bill Clinton, George Bush has stayed out of the limelight.ďI donít think it is good for the country to have a former president criticize his successor,Ē he told Jay Leno in an interview last November."
"George Bush has lived since retirement.... doing good deeds but outside the publicís eye. His home, ironically, is far more environmentally friendly than that of his former political opponents who rail against man-made causes of global warming (or climate change, as they now call it). Mr. Bush devotes himself not just to his library and painting landscapes and portraits but, importantly, to womenís health issues in Africa and to veterans, especially those who returned home wounded. And he does this without seeking the publicity without which people like Bill Clinton would shrivel up like wilted flowers."
"After hearing of the Fort Hood massacre by Islamic terrorist Major Nidal Hasan, who killed 13 and wounded 38 on the 5th of November 2009, Mr. Bush and his wife, without escort, drove the thirty miles to visit the wounded and comfort the bereaved. They did so without notifying the press. They were on the base for six hours, until the White House requested they leave."
"As President, Mr. Bush founded the Presidentís Emergency Plan for Aids Relief (PEPFAR) in 2003. By the end of his term in office he had increased humanitarian aid to Africa by more than 640%, to more than $5 billion a year."
"Mr. Bush is comfortable in his accomplishments and has no need for the limelight that others seek. He is an honorable man, with deep respect for the office he held and for the traditions that have made the United States the exceptional nation it is. In retirement, as in his Presidency, George Bush has shown character."
His accomplishments??? He is hiding from all the American blood that's on his hands. He is hiding from what's left of the world wide economy. He is hiding from 2 countries he invaded that the U.S. has poured billions of dollars into and thousands of American lives and are still the same as before, just with better roads. You blaming the tech bubble burst on anyone other that Wall Street traders shows just how little you really know. Compare the humanitarian aid from Bush to that of the Clintons and post that information, and be sure to show that the two have also worked together on humanitarian aid which you just may be giving Bush all the credit for.

Call me all the names you please, Bush 2 was a disaster. If Bush 3 runs, as it seems now is possible, I will vote for him. Bush 2 was an anomaly in the Bush family and a disaster or America.
AnybodyButDeal

United States

#39302 Mar 18, 2014
Michelle Nunn:
I didn't like her dad and never voted for him. That wouldn't happen today because AFTER BUSH I vowed to NEVER AGAIN vote for another Republican at any level. Call it punishment for the Republican Party for putting in Bush, twice. They must pay for putting idjut Bush in office and not taking the loser out when they realized that he was WRONG.

That being said I know little of Michelle Nunn and wouldn't hold my dislike for her dad against her.

She does NOT have to be a beauty queen to get my vote. Without hearing her speak, I'm betting that she is a one-sack. Where as, Sarah "See Russia" Palin and Michele "BatChitCrazy" Bachmann are each a three-sack. That's one sack to stuff in their mouth, one sack toput over their head and one sack to put over my head in case someone sees me or in case they pull their sack off.
NUTS

Broken Arrow, OK

#39303 Mar 18, 2014
same wrote:
Heck..........NOAA cant even get the weather report right..........
Extremism at the UN..........nothing new here as the UN is the biggest producer of nuts in the world..........
"Official prophecy of doom: Global warming will cause widespread conflict, displace millions of people and devastate the global economy."
http://www.independent.co.uk/environment/clim...
Can't you at least once be honest, once. Georgia is the biggest producer of nuts, just look in the mirror.

The formula for politics in this state is simple, Georgia = NUTS
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Jefferson, GA

#39304 Mar 18, 2014
real problem wrote:
<quoted text>So you can't even give credit where credit is due, the Mexicans in huge numbers have left, no jobs. It also galls the hell out of me every time "one of you people" claim Mexicans take jobs from BLACK citizens. Can't let that go now can you, poor people seeking a non skilled job can be any color. The most prized job in the U.S. is held by a BLACK man, the one you so hate, remember. Or is that your "real" problem.

We'll heck..... Let's just gall you to death dummy........

Black unemployment is highest than any other race..........
@ around 14%........

Illegals are taking the jobs of all poor folks...... Blacks , whites, legal Mexicans, and even the teens......

And it's because the Libroids want to keep wages low......and keep the poor on gubmint assistance to get their vote......

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