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OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>You know like it girl. Dont play hard to get now. I tell you what. If I cant make your legs shake and you beg me to stop. I'll give you your money back. Honest. Deal???
Classy. Real classy.

Not unexpected, though.

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OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>... I aint 47.
Your IQ might be...

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Synergy wrote:
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You work? I thought you bragged about spending your time on the beach enjoying your dwindling union benefits. lol
Pretty sure IO changes his/her story to fit the situation. Why let the truth get in the way of a good story?
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ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>Wind and Air? Do the two have anything in common? IS wind air?

Let's consider that.

The earth is 9000 years old according to Broun.

In order to say that you have to accept all of the resulting consequences of believing that. To say that means:

Biology is completely made up.
Geology is completely made up.
Paleontology is completely made up.
Physics is completely made up.

In essence, to say the world is 9000 years old is to completely reject science. Which rejects gravity, why day and night exist, why cars work, why you need to poop every now and then and everything else on the planet.

When you reject science you are left with the alternative explanation of "things just work by magic". Which we KNOW is NOT TRUE, 100% of the time.

So yeah republicans - good job on putting a guy who believes everything works by "magic" on the House Science Committee.

And we wonder why America isn't what it used to by.

You Bored, are one of the dumbest people I've ever seen or heard of. I know there's no stopping you - but I can express my wish - I can do that - That you would STFU until you actually quit being so Fracking ignorant.
Right Wing Wackos and science - two more concepts unable to occupy the same space at the same time.

Kind of like "matter" and "anti-matter", or Kryponite and Superman.

We argue with RWWs cause its entertaining, knowing they can never actually think like grown ups.

My wife puts a Florida "Gators" shirt on her dog on Saturdays during Gators' games, and a "Dawg" shirt on him during Georgia games - but she understands dressing them up doesn't make them football players.

Pretending Right Wing Wackos have the ability to internalize and adapt their thoughts and beliefs premised on new information is fun, but we don't actually believe it can happen.
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Bored wrote:
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Just like a heretic, bring God into the conversation and then start showing us his ruffled feathers. A rooster who thinks he's a chicken is the epitome of stupid, and hey we all know it. If you ever decide what sex you are, be sure and let us know as we wouldn't want to accuse you of being dumbfounded, being dumb is natural for you but founded is not.
What's two and two and dark all over? I know you cant put your stupidity aside, so ask the one friend you have and see if he/her/it knows. Like all other questions posed to you, I doubt if you'll answer it but give it the old imbecilic try, you might surprise yourself.
The dumbest part of all, is they really, really think Obama cares about them. They are too blind to see, Obama LOVES the wealthiest 1%, the rich & famous MORE.

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OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>No. Freedom of speech. Baby. Dont like it? Stop posting.
LMAO at the irony of this post, from this poster...
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Bill in Dville wrote:
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Your IQ might be...
LOL!! I totally think soooo.

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Called Out wrote:
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So you do realize that it was a clueless and uneducated voter that elected this President, twice, because not enough responsible and eligible (key word there) voters went to the polls.
+1

I particularly like the "clueless and uneducated" part.
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May 18, 2013
 
The raping of the Democrat party.....

" Obama Campaign Abusive to Blue Dogs
It's a sign of the times when Blue Dog Democrats have to leak stories to conservative bloggers because their own party has abandoned them.

Wednesday a local Blue Dog Democratic party official was contacted by an Obama campaign worker asking for a donation. The local party official explained her position, and expressed concern that Obama was getting too much of his support from such leftist “grass roots” organizations as Democracy for America and Daily Kos. These organizations have gone out of their way to attack local party members and undermine local parties who don’t support their radical agenda.

The Blue Dog told the campaign worker that she would not support Obama as long as he supports these organizations. At that, the Obama campaign worker became angry and very abusive towards the Blue Dog.

Now you may think that some conservative, like me, just made up this story. But no, it’s a true story. It’s just a little insignificant story, but it’s in the very smallness of this story that the truth of the disintegration of the Democratic Party lays.

Legitimate news sources who wish to vet this story, which is probably being repeated in countless places across this country, may contact us at wakeupamerica(dot)spree(at)gma il(dot)com to facilitate contact with this Blue Dog Democratic party official.

I know that there are some conservatives who say,“So what? Why should we care? Let the Democrats eat their own. It’s better for us.”

Well, I don’t subscribe to that kind of thinking. Blue Dog Democrats are moderates who, for the most part, share many of our traditional American values. They are no more enamored with the left than are we conservatives. They understand the grave dangers the left poses to America’s unity and sovereignty. They are fearful, and with good reason, that the entire Democratic party will soon be completely controlled by the far radical left.

There are those running for office today that would sell their own souls, and would throw their own mothers from the bus, just to gain one more vote. They pander to dangerous anti-American radicals, hire foul-mouthed lying gutter snipes, and have no real concern about the future unity of this country. Nothing is beneath them in their quest for office. Some will succeed in gaining office, but they will never be American Patriots.

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May 18, 2013
 
"Here’s an important quote about the dangers of political parties from a pretty smart fellow, an American Patriot, who had a remarkable insight into the future ...

...All obstructions to the execution of the Laws, all combinations and associations, under whatever plausible character, with the real design to direct, control, counteract, or awe the regular deliberation and action of the constituted authorities, are destructive of this fundamental principle, and of fatal tendency. They [political parties] serve to organize faction, to give it an artificial and extraordinary force; to put, in the place of the delegated will of the nation, the will of a party, often a small but artful and enterprising minority of the community; and, according to the alternate triumphs of different parties, to make the public administration the mirror of the ill-concerted and incongruous projects of faction, rather than the organ of consistent and wholesome plans digested by common counsels, and modified by mutual interests.

However combinations or associations of the above description may now and then answer popular ends, they are likely, in the course of time and things, to become potent engines, by which cunning, ambitious, and unprincipled men will be enabled to subvert the power of the people, and to usurp for themselves the reins of government; destroying afterwards the very engines, which have lifted them to unjust dominion...
George Washington's Farewell Address 1796"

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Informed Opinion wrote:
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Do you really expect a Right Wing Wacko to directly address facts ?
When a RWW get close to a fact the allergic reaction can cause serious mental stress and anxiety, because in Right Wing World facts are meaningless, and ancient history was the last NASCAR race.
The irony starts again. Long live the Queen of Irony...
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Danger Zone wrote:
Someone, please tell the ruffled chicken, to mind his own business. I am a Christian, as are millions of other conservatives. I will OUT the religious intolerance of the the one holding the highest office in the land, ANYDAY I please.
You couldn't be more ignorant.

To begin with, you're telling me to mind my own business after YOU replied to my post? Not logical.

You're a Christian? Why do you need to proclaim that to the world? Are you proud of being a christian? Isn't pride a sin? People that need to shout it out and put it on display aren't Christians, they're hypocrites. They are weak people who need an identity and a group.

Religious intolerance? Now just WHERE are you seeing that? There's an intolerance to IGNORANCE like claiming the world is 6000 years old and that the world works on magic, but that intolerance is built into the fabric of reality. If your religious beliefs lead you into the paths of ignorance, that's your problem to resolve, not the problem of people who use logic and science with evidence as a standard, which is NOT a belief, it's reality.

http://venturebeat.files.wordpress.com/2010/0...
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Bill in Dville wrote:
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irony
It's early, but everybody take a shot. Tequila this time.
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Why even bother to type crap as stupid as this? Its a waste of calories.
Bored wrote:
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Just like a heretic, bring God into the conversation and then start showing us his ruffled feathers. A rooster who thinks he's a chicken is the epitome of stupid, and hey we all know it. If you ever decide what sex you are, be sure and let us know as we wouldn't want to accuse you of being dumbfounded, being dumb is natural for you but founded is not.
What's two and two and dark all over? I know you cant put your stupidity aside, so ask the one friend you have and see if he/her/it knows. Like all other questions posed to you, I doubt if you'll answer it but give it the old imbecilic try, you might surprise yourself.
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So how have the radical leftist socialist taken control over the Democrat party?

" Democrats Attacked from Within
The following account is most likely playing out across the country – especially in small rural communities. My source has asked me to keep silent until after the elections are over. Tomorrow I will reveal more of this story. But for now, suffice it to say that activists Democrats are quietly taking over the party and silently eliminating duly elected local party chairs by very unscrupulous and possibly illegal means.

Here’s how it works... Much of rural America is still operating by 20th century standards and that includes how the Democratic Party communicates in rural areas. Many party chairs are not too internet savvy. Usually information is still shared with party members by newsletters sent via snail mail. Many local parties in rural areas don’t even have a web page.

In comes a new party volunteer that offers to help get the local party online with a new web site. The local party is delighted. Donations come in, money is spent finding a good web site developer, and the local party web site goes online.

The helpful new volunteer offers to act as web administrator. The country chair is delighted. But little by little, the new web administrator takes more and more liberties and begins to publish “news articles” that are filled with questionable inflammatory opinions. The party chair asks the new volunteer to cease these activities. But the new volunteer refuses. Then the party chair is forced to remove the new volunteer as web administrator.

That doesn’t stop the new volunteer. After all, the new volunteer is part of a larger group of well-connected newcomers to the community that have already made plans to take over the local party. The volunteer begins to hack into the web site. Eventually the party chair is forced to take the web site down. A month later, a new web site shows up – almost an exact duplicate of the official party web site. The only difference is the name of the web site which now has “Active” as part of its title. For example: Dufus County Democrats becomes Dufus County Active Democrats. Oh yes, and the name of the party chair is missing from the new “Active” web site. The assumption is that few new visitors to the web site will even bother to think about the fact that there is a duly elected party chair.

The new “Active” party web site asks for donations. In one case that I know of the new “Active” party actually did take the time to register as a P.A.C. and that can be verified by the State Ethics Commission. In another case, the new “club” is seeking donations without even bothering to register as a P.A.C.

The official party chair turns to the state chair and the DNC, as-well-as to the candidates seeking assistance, but no help comes. There’s lots of sympathy and offers to look into it after the election. The conspiracy of silence even extends to the wronged party chairs because no one wants to rock the boat prior to the elections. Many Democrats are still in denial but some party chairs now realize, all too well, that this take-over effort is a well orchestrated national strategy by the far far left.

Share this information with an unfortunate moderate Democratic party chair who is probably already a target and may soon wake up to find out that he or she has simply been cut out of the party without so much as a local party election!!! So much for leftist style democracy!"

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OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>Is that best you got fat boy? I know who you are.
Hmmm. Is the tough guy threatening someone again?

I bet Bored is real concerned...

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OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>Someone should call you in. You're to stupid to be playin outside by yourself.
Wow, such an ironic post from this poster.

Pot. Kettle. Black.
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And who are these radicals? Same as the ones here on topix?


"Who are these “Active Democrats”? Common sense might tell you that they are the folks who help raise big money for candidates. They will tell you that they are the “people;” the lowly activist workers – the ones who knock on doors and actively canvass for their party. Both ideas are completely true. But “Active Democrats” are much more than that.

The key words “Active Democrat” are showing up in more and more new Political Action Committee names. The words are deliberately designed to link radical activists to the left-leaning P.A.C. that will represent their interests. Often the only difference between the existing local party name and the active P.A.C. name is the lone word “Active”. If the word “Active” isn’t included in the P.A.C. name, then it is used repeatedly in just about every communication.

The Active intent is three-fold.(1) They want to attract new members to the Democratic Party without raising the eyebrows of the sleepy 21st Century challenged centrists, and (2) they want to attract the left kind of member, and (3) they want to gradually take over the functions of the existing local party by appearing, on the surface, to be the official local party organization.

Although the Actives won’t openly admit this, they are linked to Democracy for America, the far left leaning organization founded by Howard Dean’s brother. Democracy for America provides these Actives training in how to “kidnap” a local party. Actives also see themselves as aligned with the Young Democrats of America , and they communicate through networking dominance of the blogosphere in sites such as MySpace.com , Facebook.com , the far, far left DailyKos, Mydd.com , and leftyblogs.com .

President Jimmy Carter’s eldest son told those attending a Young Democrats of America conference that if they would use MySpace.com , Democrats would win in 2006. Apparently he was right.

"If you and your MySpace friends get five people apiece ... Democrats will win in 2006," he said.

Since 2004 left-leaning candidates and their "Active" supporters have been using the networking potential of Meetup , a meeting-planning service. Recently The Democratic Party has revealed a new social networking tool – PartyBuilder . Anyone who joins can “Roll Your Own Political Network.” This site is geered to a wider “adult” level of Actives. A registered user with PartyBuilder can find other active Democrats in a particular geographic area via a ZIP code search. It has been reported that PartyBuilder attracted almost 10,000 registered users in its first week, and that the number of political networks are growing exponentially!!!

Is it time that traditionalists, conservatives, moderates and centrists, the Blue Dogs etc., just roll over, play dead, and give up??? No - Not on our collective lives!!! American political parties need to rediscover America’s majority center – the heart, mind, and soul of America. That’s us folks! And we must be dedicated to taking back America from the special interests dominating the far, far left."


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OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>Water bearer???? We all know your fat butt never played sports.
Wow this poster must be omnipotent, knowing things about someone via an anonymous message board. Just because he/she says so, it must be true...
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Danger Zone wrote:
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The dumbest part of all, is they really, really think Obama cares about them. They are too blind to see, Obama LOVES the wealthiest 1%, the rich & famous MORE.
Danger Zone you ingnorant sl....

Can't stick to a subject that isn't going your way, can you?
Now you're speculating on who loves who and failing to learn anything.

You post was awful judgmental. Isn't that sinful? Are you going to burn in hell for that? Or do you just chant the magic incantation "hail mary" and the sin goes up in smoke? How does that work?

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