OMTE

Fitzgerald, GA

#8580 May 2, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>
You missed your 4:00 PM medication today, didn't you? Go check your pill-box. You'll see it's still there.
She and CN are like an old married couple. It's almost cute.
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#8581 May 2, 2013
Synergy wrote:
<quoted text>
I suppose you liberal socialist commies think you are at the top of the popularity poll?
Maybe not. But I see you've been through the Dale Carnegie program.

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#8582 May 2, 2013
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>Your opinion is respectfully noted. I think some of his posts have gone past arrogant to down right hateful at times. To a whole class of people to which I happen to belong. The poor. I am not ignorant nor envious of him in the least. It just pisses me off when he acts like the poor are not to be heard because they are just envious of him and those like him. I could probaly wink at his rich ole lady and she'd throw rocks at his a$$. I'm sorry I disappointed you. I was unaware that you cared.
And this is where we would probably part ways in terms of opinion. If you believe from his posts that he hates the poor or believes they are not worthy of having a voice(I believe that is what you are saying)
then I presume you would say the same about me and probably Syn, BigDave, Bored and others on the Right. And I would say that is a completely baseless and probably incorrect assumption. I can only speak for myself from here on out, but I believe many of the aforementioned would agree when I say NOTHING could be further from the truth.
Believing that higher taxes will do nothing to help the poor and will only lead to less growth in our economy as entrepreneurs are less likely to try and strike on their own and either create a business or expand a business that provide actual jobs for the poor is a valid opinion. You may not agree with it, but it is a valid opinion that can be supported.
Saying that raising taxes helps the poor by funding government programs that help them would probably be your opinion. And, I would say that if those programs actually helped people, I might agree with you, but they don't. This country has spent $15 trillion over the past 4 decades and what has been the result - no net change in the % of those considered poor in this country. Instead what we have seen is an explosion in the illegitimacy rate as these same programs discourage marriage and fathers staying with the family. We have had an escalating crime rate in the black community and an ever increasing % of young black men in prison as a direct result of growing up in single parent households where the boys have no constructive male role models in their lives as a direct result of these same policies and programs.
Completely dismantling our former health care system in an attempt to eventually have a one payer system (which is Obama's stated goal) may sound like a good way to help the uninsured achieve medical coverage and I will admit that on paper, it might sound very good. However, the actual results -in my opinion - will be very different, and I think that argument can also be supported. My position is that it will lead to higher costs (which even Democrats are now acknowledging) and longer waits for appointments and procedures.
After a way too long post, my point is that reasonable and caring people can disagree on what the best ways to help the poor are. Just because we do not agree with you does not mean we do not care about the poor and needy - or that we deserve the labels of hater or selfish or greedy or whatever epithet some of the Left love to throw out there. I/we simply believe that what amounts to making people dependent on the government for their needs instead of helping them become self sufficient is not compassion it is virtual enslavement. I believe in supporting organizations and charities that help the needy on a personal level, which is where true change can happen - in my opinion.
Bored

Dawsonville, GA

#8583 May 2, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
<quoted text>
And this is where we would probably part ways in terms of opinion. If you believe from his posts that he hates the poor or believes they are not worthy of having a voice(I believe that is what you are saying)
then I presume you would say the same about me and probably Syn, BigDave, Bored and others on the Right. And I would say that is a completely baseless and probably incorrect assumption. I can only speak for myself from here on out, but I believe many of the aforementioned would agree when I say NOTHING could be further from the truth.
Believing that higher taxes will do nothing to help the poor and will only lead to less growth in our economy as entrepreneurs are less likely to try and strike on their own and either create a business or expand a business that provide actual jobs for the poor is a valid opinion. You may not agree with it, but it is a valid opinion that can be supported.
Saying that raising taxes helps the poor by funding government programs that help them would probably be your opinion. And, I would say that if those programs actually helped people, I might agree with you, but they don't. This country has spent $15 trillion over the past 4 decades and what has been the result - no net change in the % of those considered poor in this country. Instead what we have seen is an explosion in the illegitimacy rate as these same programs discourage marriage and fathers staying with the family. We have had an escalating crime rate in the black community and an ever increasing % of young black men in prison as a direct result of growing up in single parent households where the boys have no constructive male role models in their lives as a direct result of these same policies and programs.
Completely dismantling our former health care system in an attempt to eventually have a one payer system (which is Obama's stated goal) may sound like a good way to help the uninsured achieve medical coverage and I will admit that on paper, it might sound very good. However, the actual results -in my opinion - will be very different, and I think that argument can also be supported. My position is that it will lead to higher costs (which even Democrats are now acknowledging) and longer waits for appointments and procedures.
After a way too long post, my point is that reasonable and caring people can disagree on what the best ways to help the poor are. Just because we do not agree with you does not mean we do not care about the poor and needy - or that we deserve the labels of hater or selfish or greedy or whatever epithet some of the Left love to throw out there. I/we simply believe that what amounts to making people dependent on the government for their needs instead of helping them become self sufficient is not compassion it is virtual enslavement. I believe in supporting organizations and charities that help the needy on a personal level, which is where true change can happen - in my opinion.
And a dam good opinion.
And this is how the socialists help the poor and themselves.


OMTE

Fitzgerald, GA

#8586 May 2, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
<quoted text>
And this is where we would probably part ways in terms of opinion. If you believe from his posts that he hates the poor or believes they are not worthy of having a voice(I believe that is what you are saying)
then I presume you would say the same about me and probably Syn, BigDave, Bored and others on the Right. And I would say that is a completely baseless and probably incorrect assumption. I can only speak for myself from here on out, but I believe many of the aforementioned would agree when I say NOTHING could be further from the truth.
Believing that higher taxes will do nothing to help the poor and will only lead to less growth in our economy as entrepreneurs are less likely to try and strike on their own and either create a business or expand a business that provide actual jobs for the poor is a valid opinion. You may not agree with it, but it is a valid opinion that can be supported.
Saying that raising taxes helps the poor by funding government programs that help them would probably be your opinion. And, I would say that if those programs actually helped people, I might agree with you, but they don't. This country has spent $15 trillion over the past 4 decades and what has been the result - no net change in the % of those considered poor in this country. Instead what we have seen is an explosion in the illegitimacy rate as these same programs discourage marriage and fathers staying with the family. We have had an escalating crime rate in the black community and an ever increasing % of young black men in prison as a direct result of growing up in single parent households where the boys have no constructive male role models in their lives as a direct result of these same policies and programs.
Completely dismantling our former health care system in an attempt to eventually have a one payer system (which is Obama's stated goal) may sound like a good way to help the uninsured achieve medical coverage and I will admit that on paper, it might sound very good. However, the actual results -in my opinion - will be very different, and I think that argument can also be supported. My position is that it will lead to higher costs (which even Democrats are now acknowledging) and longer waits for appointments and procedures.
After a way too long post, my point is that reasonable and caring people can disagree on what the best ways to help the poor are. Just because we do not agree with you does not mean we do not care about the poor and needy - or that we deserve the labels of hater or selfish or greedy or whatever epithet some of the Left love to throw out there. I/we simply believe that what amounts to making people dependent on the government for their needs instead of helping them become self sufficient is not compassion it is virtual enslavement. I believe in supporting organizations and charities that help the needy on a personal level, which is where true change can happen - in my opinion.
It's clear which of you are good people compared to those of you that have a genuine dislike for the poor and black people. Most of you are like robots. It's amazes me when you show humour. It's the only reason I like Syn.
Bored

Dawsonville, GA

#8587 May 2, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>
That website is a paragon of quality reporting! The very model of professional non-biased carefully checked facts.
I like this one especially:
http://stevengoddard.wordpress.com/the-holoca...
Are you telling us you are a holocaust denier?



Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#8588 May 2, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>
You missed your 4:00 PM medication today, didn't you? Go check your pill-box. You'll see it's still there.
YOU took the medication. Remember? You realized that you libs were getting hoodwinked and you needed a double dose. Someone even said they saw you on Fulton Industrial Blvd. trying to score some crack. It's okay, Chicken. You'll get through it.

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#8589 May 2, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>

It's like telling a crack addict that smoking that stuff isn't good for them. They just go off and do it anyways.
Too funny. I just sent you a post about your crack habit.

Since: Jul 12

Villa Rica, GA

#8590 May 2, 2013
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>Why don't you just shut the f*ck up no one likes your wierd a$$ at all. I would highly doubt that even your mother does or did if the miserable b*t*h is still alive.
You disappoint the h*ll out of me. What the h*ll is wrong with you? Why can't you speak like a grown mature man instead of a getto wanta be thug? You have no right to speak to anyone like that? Don't you have any self respect? Do you want your children to be looked down on because they act and talk like you? You talk about what your religion means to you then you act and talk like this?
I have met Bill and he is a very generous and nice guy. He would never say the things to you that you just said to him. I think you would like him if you knew him.
He worked hard and obviously lived his life as he should and became well off. Is there something wrong with that? It could happen to you someday and then someone like you is going to treat you like you treat him and others that became successful through hard work and good decisions.
Bill and myself are large men and we are not intimidated by much, especially nasty illiterate words from someone that doesn't even know who he is talking about. You owe an apology and you know it.

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#8591 May 2, 2013
Hey, Bored - completely unrelated to anything on here, but I see you are from Dahlonega. Do you have any connection to the university? We are currently helping your local economy by paying tuition to UNG. ;) If you would rather not answer a personal question on an open forum, I completely understand - I've just been curious ever since I noticed your location.
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#8592 May 2, 2013
Bored wrote:
<quoted text>
Are you telling us you are a holocaust denier?
Don't be a dumazz.

I'm telling you it's offensive to use the sufferings of the Jewish people during the holocaust to bolster a pro-gun campaign in the U.S. That's a conclusion you should have come to on your own.

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#8593 May 2, 2013
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>Your opinion is respectfully noted. I think some of his posts have gone past arrogant to down right hateful at times. To a whole class of people to which I happen to belong. The poor. I am not ignorant nor envious of him in the least. It just pisses me off when he acts like the poor are not to be heard because they are just envious of him and those like him. I could probaly wink at his rich ole lady and she'd throw rocks at his a$$. I'm sorry I disappointed you. I was unaware that you cared.
OMTE, he honestly doesn't look down on ANYONE. He's like the rest of us. He gets on here and talks smack. I agree with Aggie's post to you. I, too, think you have a heart. There are two or three on here that, in my opinion, SUCK politically speaking, but I would still help them if they needed help. That's surely just human nature. As I have posted a couple of times before, this forum is purely entertainment. Trust me. No one is reading our posts in hopes of getting ideas to try and solve the world's problems. I could be wrong, but.....nah, I'm not wrong. lol All skate.

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#8594 May 2, 2013
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>She and CN are like an old married couple. It's almost cute.
lol SHUT UP! There's not ENOUGH medication to help CN.

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#8595 May 2, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>
Maybe not. But I see you've been through the Dale Carnegie program.
Are you making some derogatory comment about my great great uncle????

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#8596 May 2, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
<quoted text>
And this is where we would probably part ways in terms of opinion. If you believe from his posts that he hates the poor or believes they are not worthy of having a voice(I believe that is what you are saying)
then I presume you would say the same about me and probably Syn, BigDave, Bored and others on the Right. And I would say that is a completely baseless and probably incorrect assumption. I can only speak for myself from here on out, but I believe many of the aforementioned would agree when I say NOTHING could be further from the truth.
Believing that higher taxes will do nothing to help the poor and will only lead to less growth in our economy as entrepreneurs are less likely to try and strike on their own and either create a business or expand a business that provide actual jobs for the poor is a valid opinion. You may not agree with it, but it is a valid opinion that can be supported.
Saying that raising taxes helps the poor by funding government programs that help them would probably be your opinion. And, I would say that if those programs actually helped people, I might agree with you, but they don't. This country has spent $15 trillion over the past 4 decades and what has been the result - no net change in the % of those considered poor in this country. Instead what we have seen is an explosion in the illegitimacy rate as these same programs discourage marriage and fathers staying with the family. We have had an escalating crime rate in the black community and an ever increasing % of young black men in prison as a direct result of growing up in single parent households where the boys have no constructive male role models in their lives as a direct result of these same policies and programs.
Completely dismantling our former health care system in an attempt to eventually have a one payer system (which is Obama's stated goal) may sound like a good way to help the uninsured achieve medical coverage and I will admit that on paper, it might sound very good. However, the actual results -in my opinion - will be very different, and I think that argument can also be supported. My position is that it will lead to higher costs (which even Democrats are now acknowledging) and longer waits for appointments and procedures.
After a way too long post, my point is that reasonable and caring people can disagree on what the best ways to help the poor are. Just because we do not agree with you does not mean we do not care about the poor and needy - or that we deserve the labels of hater or selfish or greedy or whatever epithet some of the Left love to throw out there. I/we simply believe that what amounts to making people dependent on the government for their needs instead of helping them become self sufficient is not compassion it is virtual enslavement. I believe in supporting organizations and charities that help the needy on a personal level, which is where true change can happen - in my opinion.
Brilliant! Positively brilliant!!!!! Thank you. Very well said.
Bored

Dawsonville, GA

#8597 May 2, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>
Don't be a dumazz.
I'm telling you it's offensive to use the sufferings of the Jewish people during the holocaust to bolster a pro-gun campaign in the U.S. That's a conclusion you should have come to on your own.

Offensive? offensive? ROFL.
What's offensive to a libtard is anything that points to their hypocrisy.

I'll give you an offensive stance to conservatives.
Obama using the misery of the school killings in Conn to push for gun control.

It's according to whose dead is being used to push an agenda, that decides who will be offended by it.

I would say you should be able to see both sides, but I have learned there is only one side of you, a left side.




Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#8598 May 2, 2013
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>It's clear which of you are good people compared to those of you that have a genuine dislike for the poor and black people. Most of you are like robots. It's amazes me when you show humour. It's the only reason I like Syn.
The ONLY reason????? Well, foot! I thought I had dazzled you with my deadly debating diatribes.
Bored

Dawsonville, GA

#8599 May 2, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
Hey, Bored - completely unrelated to anything on here, but I see you are from Dahlonega. Do you have any connection to the university? We are currently helping your local economy by paying tuition to UNG. ;) If you would rather not answer a personal question on an open forum, I completely understand - I've just been curious ever since I noticed your location.

Locations on topix are not a reflection of where one lives. No, I dont live in Dahlonega, just get ported to topix through Dahlonega.

Hope your school dont have a public disgrace like YHC is having in the news lately.

Since: Jul 12

Villa Rica, GA

#8600 May 2, 2013
Bored wrote:
<quoted text>
Offensive? offensive? ROFL.
What's offensive to a libtard is anything that points to their hypocrisy.
I'll give you an offensive stance to conservatives.
Obama using the misery of the school killings in Conn to push for gun control.
It's according to whose dead is being used to push an agenda, that decides who will be offended by it.
I would say you should be able to see both sides, but I have learned there is only one side of you, a left side.
It has become quite obvious that ChickenButt wants himself and his Progressive, Socialist friends to be the only people that have firearms. Gee, I wonder how they would treat us then?
Bored

Dawsonville, GA

#8601 May 2, 2013
Bigdave1 wrote:
<quoted text>
It has become quite obvious that ChickenButt wants himself and his Progressive, Socialist friends to be the only people that have firearms. Gee, I wonder how they would treat us then?

Like ducks on a pond.

I dont know why he doesn't live in Marietta where the law says he has to own a gun. Then he could tell his libtard friends "they made me buy it."


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