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OMTE

London, KY

#8918 May 5, 2013
danger zone wrote:
The irritation, rage, & hate filled rants coming from all of you L wingers IS expected. You'd still be blaming Bush, even if Nobama could have 3 terms as President.
Now there's an idea. Maybe Obama can write an executive order that would grant him a third term. I like it.
OMTE

London, KY

#8919 May 5, 2013
danger zone wrote:
<quoted text> I absolutely agree. That's about as low down trashy a comment as I've ever read on this entire forum. OMTE has deep underlying issues, stooping this low is shameful and disgusting!!!
Suck it. Is that better???
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#8920 May 5, 2013
danger zone wrote:
The irritation, rage, & hate filled rants coming from all of you L wingers IS expected. You'd still be blaming Bush, even if Nobama could have 3 terms as President.
How long will it be Bush's fault that he tanked the US Economy, got us into 2 unfunded wars, irresponsibly lowered taxes on the wealthiest and deregulated corporations and Wall Street will putting us deep into recession, putting millions and millions of Americans out of work and out of their homes?

It will ALWAYS be his fault. He's the one that did it. It doesn't change.

How long will it be discussed? As long as we are still suffering the consequences of those actions, and the rubble is still smoldering. Perhaps if Republicans could quit their irresponsible and pathetic obstructionist politics and get out of the way, responsible Americans could finish the job of rebuilding the country.
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#8921 May 5, 2013
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>I liked it. It made me laugh. Tell me Aggie. You were home schooled; weren't you? You lack social skills. Either that or you're one of them Holy Rollers with the long hair and skirts. Aren't you? Not being insulting. Just asking.
He might be one of those militant snake-handling talking in tongues fire and brimstone pro-segregation Alabama Militia preachers. I could see that based on his deep-rooted opposition to science and logic. Not many can cling to that elevated level of craziness with a straight-face.
Informed Opinion

Cape Coral, FL

#8922 May 5, 2013
danger zone wrote:
<quoted text>I actually thought is was hilarious. L wingers continue to blame everything on Bush even though Obama is well into his 2ND term. I laughed out loud, actually. We conservatives aren't bothered you didn't find humour in the comment. Not bothered the least. It's obvious the comment bothered made you grit & grind your teeth. We love it!

You voted for a Muslim. As he so proudly said in the video, he was born to a family, with generations of Muslims. It must bother you, your man is President and you L wingers still are vicious and rabid. Relax. Savor these moments, your Muslim POTUS sits in the Oval Office. You dumbocrats should be toasting. Cheers.
Hey, you gotta keep up with the Right Wing Wacko Hate Reports:

We hate Obama because he's a follower of that Left Wing Christian Minister in Chicago.

And of course your right...

Anyone who can't solve the problems the Right Wing Wackos created by the:
- devastation of the world's economic and banking system;
- three wars costing $6,000,000,000,000.00, none of which was paid for;
- the complete deregulation of Laissez Faire capitalism; and
- unfunded ludicrously destructive tax breaks for the rich;

in less than 5 years, must not be up to the task.

My God, Bush almost destroyed the Country in less than 8 years, how long could it possible take to repair all the damage ?
OMTE

London, KY

#8923 May 5, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>
He might be one of those militant snake-handling talking in tongues fire and brimstone pro-segregation Alabama Militia preachers. I could see that based on his deep-rooted opposition to science and logic. Not many can cling to that elevated level of craziness with a straight-face.
She maybe all of those things, but she has stated she was a woman. She's also married and likes to go to the shooting range. She sounds like a good woman. She sounds really sheltered though. God made you Aggie. He doesn't make mistakes. It's alright to be yourself and to open your mind to ideas that stray from just what you've been taught. He will forgive you.
Bored

Dawsonville, GA

#8924 May 5, 2013
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>You really are a stupid moron. You compare people to a herd of cattle or a herd of anything? If anything you republicans sound like dumba$$ animals. Saying the same ole sh*t over and over again.

Well OMTE, you shouldn't take it personally, unless you feel the need too. You should educate yourself.

"The philosophers Søren Kierkegaard and Friedrich Nietzsche were among the first to criticize what they referred to as "the crowd" (Kierkegaard) and "herd morality" and the "herd instinct" (Nietzsche) in human society. Modern psychological and economic research has identified herd behavior in humans to explain the phenomena of large numbers of people acting in the same way at the same time. The British surgeon Wilfred Trotter popularized the "herd behavior" phrase in his book, Instincts of the Herd in Peace and War (1914). In The Theory of the Leisure Class, Thorstein Veblen explained economic behavior in terms of social influences such as "emulation," where some members of a group mimic other members of higher status. In "The Metropolis and Mental Life" (1903), early sociologist George Simmel referred to the "impulse to sociability in man", and sought to describe "the forms of association by which a mere sum of separate individuals are made into a 'society' ". Other social scientists explored behaviors related to herding, such as Freud (crowd psychology), Carl Jung (collective unconscious), and Gustave Le Bon (the popular mind). Swarm theory observed in non-human societies is a related concept and is being explored as it occurs in human society."
Bored

Dawsonville, GA

#8925 May 5, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
<quoted text>

We normal folks understand that all this bitchin about government programs is just a diversion tactic to hide that fact that Right Wingers are the most dependent on government programs.

Normal folks? ha-ha-ha. You're just a part of the Obama herd.

Since: Jan 10

Location hidden

#8926 May 5, 2013
Synergy wrote:
<quoted text>
It's astounding. Apparently, the moderators are liberals and they have removed several posts. One poster, in particular, has problems with posts being removed.
+1

Interesting that your post hasn't been removed...

Since: Jan 10

Location hidden

#8927 May 5, 2013
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>You really are a stupid moron. You compare people to a herd of cattle or a herd of anything? If anything you republicans sound like dumba$$ animals. Saying the same ole sh*t over and over again.
Oh, the irony of this post from this poster...

And the childish language? Wow.

Since: Jan 10

Location hidden

#8928 May 5, 2013
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>You're easily amused. The poster you laughing at needs to stick to cleaning animals a$$es. He sounds more retarded than his brother.
Classy. Real classy.

Somewhat ironic, too...
Bored

Dawsonville, GA

#8929 May 5, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>
How long will it be Bush's fault that he tanked the US Economy, got us into 2 unfunded wars, irresponsibly lowered taxes on the wealthiest and deregulated corporations and Wall Street will putting us deep into recession, putting millions and millions of Americans out of work and out of their homes?
It will ALWAYS be his fault. He's the one that did it. It doesn't change.
How long will it be discussed? As long as we are still suffering the consequences of those actions, and the rubble is still smoldering. Perhaps if Republicans could quit their irresponsible and pathetic obstructionist politics and get out of the way, responsible Americans could finish the job of rebuilding the country.

Dam! if not for the name on this post, I swear it's from the socialist IO. Again, the herd mentality.


Since: Jan 10

Location hidden

#8930 May 5, 2013
danger zone wrote:
<quoted text>
I actually thought is was hilarious. L wingers continue to blame everything on Bush even though Obama is well into his 2ND term. I laughed out loud, actually. We conservatives aren't bothered you didn't find humour in the comment. Not bothered the least. It's obvious the comment bothered made you grit & grind your teeth. We love it!
You voted for a Muslim. As he so proudly said in the video, he was born to a family, with generations of Muslims. It must bother you, your man is President and you L wingers still are vicious and rabid. Relax. Savor these moments, your Muslim POTUS sits in the Oval Office. You dumbocrats should be toasting. Cheers.
+1 very well stated.
OMTE

London, KY

#8931 May 5, 2013
Bored wrote:
<quoted text>
Well OMTE, you shouldn't take it personally, unless you feel the need too. You should educate yourself.
"The philosophers Søren Kierkegaard and Friedrich Nietzsche were among the first to criticize what they referred to as "the crowd" (Kierkegaard) and "herd morality" and the "herd instinct" (Nietzsche) in human society. Modern psychological and economic research has identified herd behavior in humans to explain the phenomena of large numbers of people acting in the same way at the same time. The British surgeon Wilfred Trotter popularized the "herd behavior" phrase in his book, Instincts of the Herd in Peace and War (1914). In The Theory of the Leisure Class, Thorstein Veblen explained economic behavior in terms of social influences such as "emulation," where some members of a group mimic other members of higher status. In "The Metropolis and Mental Life" (1903), early sociologist George Simmel referred to the "impulse to sociability in man", and sought to describe "the forms of association by which a mere sum of separate individuals are made into a 'society' ". Other social scientists explored behaviors related to herding, such as Freud (crowd psychology), Carl Jung (collective unconscious), and Gustave Le Bon (the popular mind). Swarm theory observed in non-human societies is a related concept and is being explored as it occurs in human society."
Stupid and boring.
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#8932 May 5, 2013
Bill in Dville wrote:
<quoted text>
+1 very well stated.
Useless post.

Since: Jan 10

Location hidden

#8933 May 5, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
You call President of the United States of America Barack Obama "Santa Claus".
Let's examine that for a moment. To begin with, it's disrespectful to the office of The President. That's not good for America.

Next let's move onto the fact that it's childish and immature....

He's intentionally targeted the more stupid members of our voting population...

These are things they should be doing anyway - without holding hostage a pipeline that ExxonMobil and Koch Industries stand to gain billions from while potentially damaging the environment and resources that belong to the Americans of our time and future times.
I wonder if Exxon will leave a few cookies and some milk out for Santa Boehner.
Oh, the irony of this post from this poster.

Not to mention, the wealth envy hating of the Koch Brothers, now mentioned for the umpteenth time...

Since: Jan 10

Location hidden

#8934 May 5, 2013
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>Stupid and boring.
LMBO at the irony of this post from this poster...

Since: Jan 10

Location hidden

#8935 May 5, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>
Useless post.
Another ironic post from this poster...
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#8936 May 5, 2013
Bill in Dville wrote:
<quoted text>
LMBO at the irony of this post from this poster...
Useless post. Who would have expected it?
danger zone

Norcross, GA

#8937 May 5, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
<quoted text>
Hey, you gotta keep up with the Right Wing Wacko Hate Reports:
We hate Obama because he's a follower of that Left Wing Christian Minister in Chicago.
And of course your right...
Anyone who can't solve the problems the Right Wing Wackos created by the:
- devastation of the world's economic and banking system;
- three wars costing $6,000,000,000,000.00, none of which was paid for;
- the complete deregulation of Laissez Faire capitalism; and
- unfunded ludicrously destructive tax breaks for the rich;
in less than 5 years, must not be up to the task.
My God, Bush almost destroyed the Country in less than 8 years, how long could it possible take to repair all the damage ?
If you, Chickenbutt, and OMTE live long enough, you can all room together at Restawhile nusing home. Sit on the porch, rock, & bash Bush while you toast with your Ensure. Yeah, gripe and whine until you die, so obvious it's what you're all best at. You asked, How long could it possibly take? Three more lifetimes wouldn't be long enough for you hate filled L wingers to stop blaming Bush.

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