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

New Bethlehem, PA

#11586 May 16, 2013
Synergy wrote:
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Well, yes. Tell us all how this is all going to shake out.
It will be old news in a few months. The head man of the IRS is "stepping down". That truly is funny. That's it. The Grand Finale. Sorry. I know you're disappointed. May is still young though. The republican'ts got time for at least 2 more man made crisis this month. Stay tuned.

Since: Jan 10

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#11587 May 16, 2013
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>I'm not interested in sentence structure. Dummy. Maybe you're into that on topix. Maybe you like looking at your posts and admiring your language arts skills. I don't care. I type good enough for you to understand me. That's good enough for me. You are weak fat boy. You have no game,style, or Class. You're just a know it all idiot. Dork.
"I'm not interested in sentence structure."

Duh! It's obvious. It wouldn't hurt to proof read your posts, perhaps you'll be taken more seriously if ...nah, ain't gonna happen...

"You are weak fat boy."

Once again, LMAO at this comment. You must be omnipotent (that's different than impotent, ya know), to be able to glean those facts from an anonymous board, shorty.

"Dork."

Liberace.
the facts

Douglas, GA

#11588 May 16, 2013
Synergy wrote:
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He faked being mad. He faked taking worthwhile action.
It's concerning that the IRS will be overseeing Obamacare. Don't think that is going to work with the conservatives in light of their biasness. No telling how this is going to shake out.
I don't think it will happen the way they planned it all out. Some of us believed he was a fraud from the get-go, and had to listen to the liberal drivel for 4+ years. Now that his administration has been CAUGHT violating the Constitution twice in one week, we might finally be validated. I hope our country can recover from the divisiveness of his agenda.
OMTE

New Bethlehem, PA

#11589 May 16, 2013
Synergy wrote:
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I'm just curious, OMTE. How is it that you are going to be immune when Obamacare kicks in and taxes go up? As I have said before: The rich won't cover it and the poor can't. Who does that leave to carry the burden? So, will you also tell us all how THAT is going to shake out? We'd all like to know, I'm sure.
You got me there. I'm dumb as a jaybird when it comes to Obamacare. I guess I'll just have to TRUST OUR PRESIDENT on that. He is smarter than all of us combined. Ya Know?
the facts

Douglas, GA

#11590 May 16, 2013
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>It will be old news in a few months. The head man of the IRS is "stepping down". That truly is funny. That's it. The Grand Finale. Sorry. I know you're disappointed. May is still young though. The republican'ts got time for at least 2 more man made crisis this month. Stay tuned.
It turned out, he was retiring anyway. It was a faux firing. He wasn't even the one in charge until after the election. So much for transparency.

These problems were man-made, but not by Republicans.
OMTE

New Bethlehem, PA

#11591 May 16, 2013
Bill in Dville wrote:
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"I'm not interested in sentence structure."
Duh! It's obvious. It wouldn't hurt to proof read your posts, perhaps you'll be taken more seriously if ...nah, ain't gonna happen...
"You are weak fat boy."
Once again, LMAO at this comment. You must be omnipotent (that's different than impotent, ya know), to be able to glean those facts from an anonymous board, shorty.
"Dork."
Liberace.
You're missing the whole point. Dummy. I don't care if you take me seriously or not. The ones that do glad to know ya. The ones that don't screw ya. Don't read my posts. Like Syn has said many times. What I say or do on here shouldn't affect you anyway. Should it? Now please leave me alone. I don't like you and when you talk to me it makes me wish horrible stuff happens to you and your family. I don't like that probaly no more than you do. So please back off.
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#11592 May 16, 2013
Post Quality Review Time!

We're seeing something a little different today, campers! Mr. Sunshine must have finally gotten that little blue pill to work when there actually was a submissive member of the opposite sex around to lear over.(ewwww...) Whatever. He's feeling good and branching out in new territory. That's quite unexpected.

Insulting another poster, extremely typical.
Bill in Dville wrote:
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If the shoe fits....
We're all laughing at you...
Juvenile names - used "straw man" - not a drinking word, but you do get extra points when he uses it, but this is a post he's REALLY branching out on. He's cautiously testing the waters by tentatively saying something. Here he is proclaiming his sycophantic love for all things Rush Limbaugh, including the Libertarian Party.

He's really hanging his @ss on the line be almost saying something. He's feeling brave. He's riding the escalator without holding onto the hand-rails.
Bill in Dville wrote:
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The Liberaces have the typical Straw Man argument, because SOME of us are against the Liberace policies and the goof in the White House, they ASSUME SOME of us are Republicans. Guess they don't know there's other parties, huh?
Now this is REALLY daring for him. He's testing out a new phrase that he thinks he likes. He first heard it a few days ago when HE was nailed to the wall by another poster. Bill doesn't know exactly what it means or how to use it properly - but he did sense the deep humiliation associated with it, and hope's he can spread that around a bit. Of course he's trying to insult another poster - that's what he does.

Quite Daring!
Bill in Dville wrote:
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+1
Nailed him to the wall.
Dual Juvenile names! One of them exhibited about 2.7 seconds of creativity. Who knew he had it in him? Classic post though- insulting somebody AND using the word "irony". For an old grumpy codger, he's feeling giddy tonight!
Bill in Dville wrote:
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LMBO!
Oh
My
Terrible
Experience
might be coming the Queen of Irony...
Here he is agreeing with another poster who just insulted somebody and he's lending his support. He tries some sarcasm - but then explains it because he thinks EVERYBODY is too "clueless" to pick up on it, despite the fact that we've all seen it used this way since kindergarten. However he was responding to Bored, so maybe it was necessary.
Bill in Dville wrote:
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And???
:)
Point being, this wasn't news, was it?
Insulting another poster, spelling Nazi, supporting his posse who he thinks likes him, AND used the word "irony" - That's a lot of effort for an old codger to get that into one post. Respect!
Bill in Dville wrote:
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Let's see:
spelling
grammar
sentence structure
All lacking.
"stupid idiot like yourself"
Oh, the irony...
"so I will not respond to you again."
Promise? I wonder if Bored will sleep better at night now...
And for ONCE!!!!! He's not insulting ANYBODY!!!! Of course he admits to watching Hannity with negates any points he might have gotten - but we all knew that was his main source of news anyway.

His family bought him the entire show on Blu-Ray - Hannity in 1080P - 3D- in 7.1 Dolby Digital sound. Boy was he happy that day!
Bill in Dville wrote:
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Isn't he the guy that said the "F" word on live TV (I think it was Hannity's show)? He handled that well (seriously), it was an honest error.
While we did get plenty of Bill's Greatest Hits with "irony", insults galore, condescending attitude and hateful attitude aplenty - he's added some new material to his repertoire. A touch of creativity with the hateful names, he almost said something that wasn't insulting, and taking the dangerous step of trying out a new insulting phrase that he might incorporate into his regular show.

This might be a tough night for him to follow-up on.

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#11593 May 16, 2013
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>It will be old news in a few months. The head man of the IRS is "stepping down". That truly is funny. That's it. The Grand Finale. Sorry. I know you're disappointed. May is still young though. The republican'ts got time for at least 2 more man made crisis this month. Stay tuned.
Oh, I thought you had serious imput. Never mind.

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#11594 May 16, 2013
the facts wrote:
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I don't think it will happen the way they planned it all out. Some of us believed he was a fraud from the get-go, and had to listen to the liberal drivel for 4+ years. Now that his administration has been CAUGHT violating the Constitution twice in one week, we might finally be validated. I hope our country can recover from the divisiveness of his agenda.
+1 I think about that a lot. I am thinking that by the end of his reign, the people of this country will be so dogged out that they'll be happy just to see him go and will truly WANT to heal. We are definitely validated. We knew from the beginning that Obama couldn't lead a pack of rats to a block of cheese.
OMTE

New Bethlehem, PA

#11595 May 16, 2013
Synergy wrote:
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Oh, I thought you had serious imput. Never mind.
Miss me already? I'm wore out. I've been fussing with you girls all day.

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#11596 May 16, 2013
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>You got me there. I'm dumb as a jaybird when it comes to Obamacare. I guess I'll just have to TRUST OUR PRESIDENT on that. He is smarter than all of us combined. Ya Know?
Speak for yourself when you are talking about the president's intellect. I most certainy don't agree with your assessment. You are making a HUGE mistake by just TRUSTING THE PRESIDENT. Huge.
It's curious that you would defend something so strongly that you know nothing about. Actually, it's very careless. Ah, well. To each his own.

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#11597 May 16, 2013
the facts wrote:
<quoted text>
It turned out, he was retiring anyway. It was a faux firing. He wasn't even the one in charge until after the election. So much for transparency.
These problems were man-made, but not by Republicans.
The libs don't care. They defend Obama regardless of his lies and manipulation.
Astounding, huh?
Crazy me

Douglas, GA

#11598 May 16, 2013
Synergy wrote:
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+1 I think about that a lot. I am thinking that by the end of his reign, the people of this country will be so dogged out that they'll be happy just to see him go and will truly WANT to heal. We are definitely validated. We knew from the beginning that Obama couldn't lead a pack of rats to a block of cheese.
Dennis Miller, news comic, said that Obama would be begging to be called a Kenyan before it was over.

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#11599 May 16, 2013
OMTE wrote:
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The republican'ts got time for at least 2 more man made crisis this month. Stay tuned.
So, are you saying that the republicans are responsible for the IRS scandel and Benghazi? I'm just asking you for some clarification.
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#11600 May 16, 2013
Synergy wrote:
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So, are you saying that the republicans are responsible for the IRS scandel and Benghazi? I'm just asking you for some clarification.
Muslim extremists were responsible for Benghazi, the IRS was responsible for the IRS.

I wish you rabid witch-hunters would talk about something important, like that new jobs legislation and that plan to improve the housing market that Republicans are working on.

Oh....wait....they've done nothing except vote against PPACA for the 37th time at a cost of millions.
Oh my

Young Harris, GA

#11601 May 16, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
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http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
From 2010, when the IRS started profiling, the IRS received 7,357 applications.
Posture and pose all you like, in the end it still comes down to this.

The IRS And The Tea Party: Probe Finds Big Bungling But Scant Fuel For Scandal
http://www.forbes.com/sites/beltway/2013/05/1...
...Yet, despite dark conspiracy theories, TIGTA found no evidence of political meddling. Despite allegations that the agency singled out tea party groups for special scrutiny, of the nearly 300 cases the IRS labeled potentially political, only one-third were identified as tea party or other conservative organizations. And not one of those 300 cases, including the conservative groups, had its application for tax-exempt status denied, though some are still pending.

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#11603 May 16, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
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Muslim extremists were responsible for Benghazi, the IRS was responsible for the IRS.
I wish you rabid witch-hunters would talk about something important, like that new jobs legislation and that plan to improve the housing market that Republicans are working on.
Oh....wait....they've done nothing except vote against PPACA for the 37th time at a cost of millions.
lol Good try. It's not going away. Speaking of doing nothing. How 'bout that Obama?. The most do nothing president we've had thus far. Laughed at his acting(guess it's paying off to hang with the celebrities) during his press conference. He almost did his usual foot stomp. lol He made a VERY courageous move firing the acting director of the IRS. You know the one who was leaving in another month anyway? You know the one who wasn't even the director when the disgraceful actions were taking place? You know....THAT GUY. Thought it was neat how Obama said he would cooperate fully with the investigation. Well, duh! Don't have much choice there, skippy. He has made complete fools of his supporters. His biggest fan is even hating on him. He is HORRIBLE. He and Holder are tag teaming the reporters: "I don't know. I didn't know that. Uh uh uh." Yeah. VERY Impressive.
Look, Chicken. I know in your heart you believe in Obama. I get it. Really. I know you think it's the thing to do, but it's not funny anymore. It's time for you to see him for what he is and what he is not. He IS an emplty fraudulous suit. He IS NOT a leader.
Oh my

Young Harris, GA

#11604 May 16, 2013
Bill in Dville wrote:
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http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
Bored was quoted:
...Conservatives dont like rhino repubs politics no more than we like liberal socialists politics.(pay attention Oh my, your 70% quote about folks voting republican sucks wind as you suck for a lack of intelligence.)

Bill in Dunceville gloated:
+1
Nailed him to the wall.
While my statement was off by a bit, not quite 20-years, I'll let the election results speak for themselves.

http://uselectionatlas.org/RESULTS/index.html

Percentage Voting Republican in Presidential Election 1996-2012
Gilmer: 49.1, 67.04, 74.04, 75.17, 80.76
Fannin: 48.7, 65.11, 70.99, 73.35, 78.10
Union: 48.7, 65.66, 74.20, 74.96, 78.97
Towns: 48.6, 64.53, 72.41, 74.46, 78.09

Percentage Voting Republican in Gubinatorial Election 1994-2010
Gilmer: 56.0, 53.4, 65.72, 71.29, 76.35
Fannin: 51.9, 53.3, 63.21, 70.08, 72.63
Union: 44.5, 43.4, 60.40, 71.00, 70.89
Towns: 40.4, 47.3, 56.78, 71.91, 71.55
NGAPatriot

Ellijay, GA

#11605 May 17, 2013
Isakson must go, no one outside of his district would vote for him if they paid attention to what he has stood for, and how he votes on important issues. I can see why someone in his district would vote for him, if they cared less about Liberty, and the rest of the country than the money Isakson brings in to their district, but what about the way he is helping "Establishment Republicans and Democrats" destroy our Bill of Rights? Once the Constitution is destroyed, America is destroyed, and so is Liberty for the whole rest of the world. We need fresh blood in Washington, and we had better start making sure those we elect are Strict Constitutionalists before we send them up there!
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#11606 May 17, 2013
NGAPatriot wrote:
Isakson must go, no one outside of his district would vote for him if they paid attention to what he has stood for, and how he votes on important issues. I can see why someone in his district would vote for him, if they cared less about Liberty, and the rest of the country than the money Isakson brings in to their district, but what about the way he is helping "Establishment Republicans and Democrats" destroy our Bill of Rights? Once the Constitution is destroyed, America is destroyed, and so is Liberty for the whole rest of the world. We need fresh blood in Washington, and we had better start making sure those we elect are Strict Constitutionalists before we send them up there!
Bravo!

That my friends is how you write a properly indignant post without actually saying ANYTHING. Words like Liberty, destroying America, Destroying Bill of Rights, wow - it all sounds very impressive! While not actually discussing ANY particular point about how to govern a nation.

If your point was blustery uselessness, well done my friend. Well done.

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