Old Guy

Cincinnati, OH

#30066 Jun 11, 2014
Reality Speaks wrote:
<quoted text>
The republicans lost an arrogant smug RINO that was just waiting for the Speaker job, and the establishment in his control.
...
Glad to see the RINO gone.
"Most Republicans view Cantor, 51, as the most conservative member of the House leadership..."

http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/House-Eric-C...
xxxrayted

Cleveland, OH

#30067 Jun 11, 2014
Old Guy wrote:
<quoted text>
"Most Republicans view Cantor, 51, as the most conservative member of the House leadership..."
http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/House-Eric-C...
Which in itself is kind of sad. Somebody here told me that the Tea Party was dead! Wait a minute..........I think somebody is trying to fool me.

I sense a hidden anger going on on our country right now. It's why I believe the November elections will be more shocking than expected.
xxxrayted

Cleveland, OH

#30068 Jun 11, 2014
woo-boy wrote:
<quoted text>Ah Ted Cruz the American- the Canadian born Latino representing Texas, that reinvented himself as an immigrant-hating southern white supremacist. He is nothing more than a pure sleazy televangelist shaking people down for money and support without offering anything in return.
You are mistaken. You have Ted Cruz mixed up with Jessie Jackson.
xxxrayted

Cleveland, OH

#30069 Jun 11, 2014
woo-boy wrote:
<quoted text>Yet you support the ideals of white collar idiots that constantly attack the blue collar workers. The attacks on labor are openly obvious, you are just not smart enough to see them. Pay attention to the tactics of ALEC, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Grover Norquist and the Koch Brothers. It's funny how you call a pension a welfare check. That allows me to get on here whenever I want and it was earned doing nothing but heavy construction. Most of those men I worked with said that anybody who carries a lunch bucket and a thermos bottle to work everyday would be an idiot to vote for a Republican. You'll never learn any of that from O'Really or Rush.
That sure explains a lot. Your coworkers are more politically lost than you are.

The rich man is not responsible for my electric bill going up in the coming years. The rich man is not responsible for me not having medical coverage any longer. The rich man isn't responsible for the deliveries and pickups our company lost because of government intrusion into our customers businesses, government is, and in this case, YOUR government that you voted for.

Wealthy people never brought me any harm, the governments did. I don't have to worry about what kind of underhanded scheme the wealthy are going to pull next. I do have to worry about that with government.
xxxrayted

Cleveland, OH

#30070 Jun 11, 2014
Pope Che Reagan Christ I wrote:
<quoted text>
You may also want to look into who took the kill shot on Cantor. It wasn't just the Tea Party.
Must be those underhanded Democrats again changing their political affiliation to Republican just so they can control who our representative are.

You know nobody can trust a Democrat, don't you?
Canton

Canton, OH

#30071 Jun 11, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
<quoted text>
Which in itself is kind of sad. Somebody here told me that the Tea Party was dead! Wait a minute..........I think somebody is trying to fool me.
I sense a hidden anger going on on our country right now. It's why I believe the November elections will be more shocking than expected.
That "hidden anger" you speak of is nothing new. We've all heard of the KKK. Hey, did you hear about the latest devastating and obvious effects of global warming, that we will all suffer due to the energy industries record profit making greed? The current 14-year drought is the most severe since recordkeeping for the Colorado River began, in 1906, and Lake Mead is now more than half empty. I bet that record breaking drought was caused by sin, being so close to Sin City and all.
xxxrayted

Cleveland, OH

#30072 Jun 11, 2014
Old Guy wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes, it is. When people have disagreements about what is or is not constitutional, the FINAL decision comes from SCOTUS. You may not like it, but there's really not much you can do about it.
What you can do about it is keep those justices in mind when you elect a President. Most people don't unfortunately.
Canton

Canton, OH

#30073 Jun 11, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
<quoted text>
Must be those underhanded Democrats again changing their political affiliation to Republican just so they can control who our representative are.
You know nobody can trust a Democrat, don't you?
You know never to leave a Donald Rumsfeld, a Newt Gingrich, a Rush Limbaugh or a Rand Paul in a room alone with toddlers, right?
Pope Che Reagan Christ I

Lodi, OH

#30074 Jun 11, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
<quoted text>
That sure explains a lot. Your coworkers are more politically lost than you are.
The rich man is not responsible for my electric bill going up in the coming years. The rich man is not responsible for me not having medical coverage any longer. The rich man isn't responsible for the deliveries and pickups our company lost because of government intrusion into our customers businesses, government is, and in this case, YOUR government that you voted for.
Wealthy people never brought me any harm, the governments did. I don't have to worry about what kind of underhanded scheme the wealthy are going to pull next. I do have to worry about that with government.
They have trained you well. How sad.
Pope Che Reagan Christ I

Lodi, OH

#30075 Jun 11, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
<quoted text>
Must be those underhanded Democrats again changing their political affiliation to Republican just so they can control who our representative are.
You know nobody can trust a Democrat, don't you?
So they can control who whose representative is? You meant "so they can control who THEIR representative is," right?

“animis opibusque parati”

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#30076 Jun 11, 2014
Canton wrote:
<quoted text>
Hey neat. Your bogus right wing fascist propaganda site set off my virus protection when I clicked on the link. Very classy. I think my virus protection going off from your link about sums up you and yours. Infected. Don't you worry dick tippy. 8 solid years of you having to look at Hillary Clinton while I rub your Tea Bagging racist traitor nose in it every day ought to be just what the doctor ordered. Seeing how most of your kiddie groping oil cult for Jesus crew is over 65, all us thinking folks really have to do is wait you out. Tick tock, Lawrence Welk fans. Don't worry. We'll be sure to indoctrinate your Grandkids with sweet, hippy drenched tree hugging Socialism. Then we'll take field trips to go spit on your graves.
Your virus protection must stalk conservative blogs.
Or you're lying. Either way, you're a real nutter, ace.

By the way, I'm 48y.
And there are many conservatives my age and younger.
Buckle up...for real change.
Canton

Canton, OH

#30077 Jun 11, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
<quoted text>
What you can do about it is keep those justices in mind when you elect a President. Most people don't unfortunately.
Or you could just purchase a couple of them like the Koch Brothers did. Two specifically...

Before you go clucking about leftist this or Liberal that, let's all Google Supreme Court Justices and add Koch Brothers on to it. Every single speck of every single thing you believe leads us right back to Kochsville. Every single Tea Party candidate is directly funded by the oil lobby. Now we'll give you Bush voters 5 or 6 years so you can claim "We were with you all along".*Also see "I don't trust either side!" -common Tea Party mantra-also see Right wing Christian Conservative Republicans who are ashamed they voted for Bush twice.)

“animis opibusque parati”

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#30078 Jun 11, 2014
Canton wrote:
<quoted text>
That "hidden anger" you speak of is nothing new. We've all heard of the KKK. Hey, did you hear about the latest devastating and obvious effects of global warming, that we will all suffer due to the energy industries record profit making greed? The current 14-year drought is the most severe since recordkeeping for the Colorado River began, in 1906, and Lake Mead is now more than half empty. I bet that record breaking drought was caused by sin, being so close to Sin City and all.
You best build your yurt in the woods and settle in for the end, sheep.
The rest of us will go on living in this beautiful world which has survived eons of change -- climate and otherwise.

“animis opibusque parati”

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#30080 Jun 11, 2014
Canton wrote:
<quoted text>
Or you could just purchase a couple of them like the Koch Brothers did. Two specifically...
Before you go clucking about leftist this or Liberal that, let's all Google Supreme Court Justices and add Koch Brothers on to it. Every single speck of every single thing you believe leads us right back to Kochsville. Every single Tea Party candidate is directly funded by the oil lobby. Now we'll give you Bush voters 5 or 6 years so you can claim "We were with you all along".*Also see "I don't trust either side!" -common Tea Party mantra-also see Right wing Christian Conservative Republicans who are ashamed they voted for Bush twice.)
Can't say which is worse: your Koch addiction or your fear of the sun.
As a precaution, you should seek psychological help for both.
Compassionate conservatives are rooting for you.
Canton

Canton, OH

#30081 Jun 11, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
<quoted text>
That sure explains a lot. Your coworkers are more politically lost than you are.
The rich man is not responsible for my electric bill going up in the coming years. The rich man is not responsible for me not having medical coverage any longer. The rich man isn't responsible for the deliveries and pickups our company lost because of government intrusion into our customers businesses, government is, and in this case, YOUR government that you voted for.
Wealthy people never brought me any harm, the governments did. I don't have to worry about what kind of underhanded scheme the wealthy are going to pull next. I do have to worry about that with government.
You are correct. It is the exponentially growing greed of the rich man that has ruined our nation and the sniveling corporate fetch boys that bought into the notion that hard working Americans aren't worth a livable pay. As far as the unemployed, perhaps crappy wages, lies, mandatory OT, working on holidays while boss man is with his family...isn't really that much of an incentive to bend over backwards for a company and Americans have figured that out. Americans realized that due to the current corporate environment, it doesn't matter how hard you work or how many hours you put in, you still won't make ends meet. Ahhhh the American Dream. Thanks Conservative hero who raised taxes on the middle class 11 times, Ronald Reagan. Eat them facts.
IHO

Waverly, OH

#30082 Jun 11, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
<quoted text>
Must be those underhanded Democrats again changing their political affiliation to Republican just so they can control who our representative are.
You know nobody can trust a Democrat, don't you?
The Democrats are bragging on their sites about doing just that.
...

Party Affiliation: Virginia is an open primary state which means that any qualified voter can vote in either party's primary election. Virginia does not have party registration in its voter registration process. In other words, citizens do not designate a political party affiliation when registering to vote in Virginia. The only restriction is when more than one political primary is held on the same day, also known as a dual primary. While Virginia election law stipulates that any qualified voter may vote in either political party's primary, no voter may vote in more than one political party's primary on the same election day.
Canton

Canton, OH

#30083 Jun 11, 2014
-tip- wrote:
<quoted text>
Your virus protection must stalk conservative blogs.
Or you're lying. Either way, you're a real nutter, ace.
By the way, I'm 48y.
And there are many conservatives my age and younger.
Buckle up...for real change.
Nope McAfee here, up to date with Malwarebytes running as a back up. Your link contained "Malicious content" that was shut down by my virus protection. Let's hope all your Conservative friends that eagerly clicked to see your latest revelation of wisdom are as tech savvy as I am. What's that? You say I'm the only one who noticed it? My point exactly.
Pops

Cincinnati, OH

#30084 Jun 11, 2014
Old Guy wrote:
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Yes, it is. When people have disagreements about what is or is not constitutional, the FINAL decision comes from SCOTUS. You may not like it, but there's really not much you can do about it.
ACTUALLY IT IS TOTALLY IN THEIR POWER TO not HEAR EVERY CASE PRESENTED TO THEM.(Sry for caps, hit lock.) In fact I would venture to say that the best reason to not hear a case is to admit that it doesn't belong in front of them.
Lower judges dismiss cases all of the the for simply having no standing. SCOTUS should too.
I know that there's nothing I can do about it & I am not playing Don Quiote. Just having an open discussion on the topic..

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#30085 Jun 11, 2014
Wild Man Mulatto wrote:
<quoted text>
Unfortunately, it is. That's why I liked Newt Gingrich's idea of holding the SC justices accountable for their decisions.
The two largest threats to our freedom in this country are lifelong judges and bureaucracies.
So true.
Pops

Cincinnati, OH

#30086 Jun 11, 2014
Wild Man Mulatto wrote:
<quoted text>
Amen.
These libs love criticizing everybody else, don't they? Yet there are here day and night trying to convince all of us they have some sort of honest income.
I respect a person who sweeps a floor or lands a jetliner at an airport. A working person is a person that has pride. A person that can live off of his or her own income and provide for their family is a person of integrity.
Given the fact that I am in work where I get to meet and talk with a lot of people, I can honestly say that most if not all working people detest those that live on the dole or otherwise depend on government for something. Yet when I talk to liberals, they all claim to be independently supported, work from home or otherwise have a job where they can play on the internet all day long. Then they cry for the so-called unfortunate that stay home all day long and live off of working people. Why does this not make sense?
The funny thing is that I never talk to liberals on the internet that have a blue collar job. None of them do.....so they claim. I guess you and I are the only ones in this forum that do have these types of jobs, yet are ridiculed here by those that don't.
Maybe you & I should trow our arms up & hold our hands out for SNAP, EBT cards, section 8 housing, medi-care & what ever & libs would love us.(until they run out of money to pay for low lifes.
Then we can collect recyclables to cover for our drug dealing & hustling so that we can buy the latest game system, 52" TV's & a nice car.

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