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“PINO Ball Buster!”

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#1 Aug 21, 2012
What is your opinion of Jeff Akin and his cult now that he has publicly said he will be supporting democrats?

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#2 Aug 21, 2012
Seargent Meathead wrote:
What is your opinion of Jeff Akin and his cult now that he has publicly said he will be supporting democrats?
He won't answer you. He never answers questions like this, Sarge.

Come on Willie. Answer the man's question. And while you're at it, why don't you answer my question - asked now for the third time - what is it you have against Hooks?
Mr Jones

Texarkana, AR

#3 Aug 21, 2012
Wilford is Jeff Akin.

Since: Jul 12

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#4 Aug 21, 2012
Mr Jones wrote:
Wilford is Jeff Akin.
You may be on to something there, Mr. Jones.....
Mierda

Texarkana, TX

#5 Aug 21, 2012
See, and here I was thinking Wilford was Jeff's #1 Lackey!

Jeff must be running out of lackeys...

“I'm a COB and RINO Ball Buster”

Since: Jun 12

Texarkana

#6 Aug 22, 2012
Mr Jones wrote:
Wilford is Jeff Akin.
LOL! That is hilarious. I'm not Jeff Akin.

Is it SO hard to believe that more than one person knows the truth?

Those are the facts, RINO!!

“I'm a COB and RINO Ball Buster”

Since: Jun 12

Texarkana

#7 Aug 22, 2012
Seargent Meathead wrote:
What is your opinion of Jeff Akin and his cult now that he has publicly said he will be supporting democrats?
Keep trying to spin everything everyone says. From what I saw/heard, he said he would not vote a straight party ticket.

Tell me, if Obama won the Republican nomination and Mitt Romney won the Democratic nomination, who would you vote for?
Chief Walksalot

Texarkana, AR

#8 Aug 22, 2012
Wilford Brimley wrote:
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Keep trying to spin everything everyone says. From what I saw/heard, he said he would not vote a straight party ticket.
Tell me, if Obama won the Republican nomination and Mitt Romney won the Democratic nomination, who would you vote for?
Just to let you know: I am trying to contact the legal represent-ative for Wilford Brimley, to inform the appropriate person that you are using his name and photo on this forum. Better change your user name.

Since: Nov 10

Ralls, TX

#9 Aug 22, 2012
Chief Walksalot wrote:
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Just to let you know: I am trying to contact the legal represent-ative for Wilford Brimley, to inform the appropriate person that you are using his name and photo on this forum. Better change your user name.
Way to go, Chief. I researched personality rights subsequent to your earlier post asking if WB had gotten the real Mr. Brimley's permission to use his name and likeness. The way I read it it only applies if it is used for commercial purposes. However the real Mr. Brimley (whom I greatly admire) might want to make life miserable for our local imposter.

That is why my nom de plume is that of a man long since departed this sphere and which pretty well sums up yours truly.
little weene

United States

#10 Aug 22, 2012
Wilford Brimley wrote:
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Keep trying to spin everything everyone says. From what I saw/heard, he said he would not vote a straight party ticket.
Tell me, if Obama won the Republican nomination and Mitt Romney won the Democratic nomination, who would you vote for?
If Obama was a true REPUBLICAN, he would not be the way he is. That was a dumb a&& question.BTW Wilford ,which way are you swinging?You have gave us true REPUBLICANS so much HELL about true conservative ways and now Jeff is telling you how to vote.Are you still going to be his little puppet?Just asking?
THEPATRIOT

Texarkana, AR

#11 Aug 22, 2012
Wilford Brimley wrote:
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LOL! That is hilarious. I'm not Jeff Akin.
Is it SO hard to believe that more than one person knows the truth?
Those are the facts, RINO!!
Wilford, you are still avoiding questions that I posed to you on the following threads: Sixth Appellate Court....... and Gazette Exposes........ Looking forward to hearing from you.
Mr Jones

Texarkana, AR

#12 Aug 22, 2012
Wilford you JAC wagon, you act like jeff akin, you avoid questions, you justify your actions with crap like "is it so hard to believe more than one person knows the truth" what is the truth jeff? I keep up with that crap you post on facebook, and your posts here. Its the same psyco-babble both places. Mainly your lack of response when your asked a simple question is what gives you away Jeff, try another name like tom cruise, or charles manson and maybe somebody will listen to your lunacy. NOT!!!!!
liketoknow

New Boston, TX

#13 Aug 22, 2012
Who/What is a true REAL REPUBLICAN???
a lifelong republican supporter/voter VS a 2012 label changing opportunist with no Republican voting record;
a Patriot vs a PAC'r vs a TEA partier vs a conservative voter vs a lifetime democrat voter!!
WHO IS DA JUDGE????
little weene wrote:
<quoted text>If Obama was a true REPUBLICAN, he would not be the way he is. That was a dumb a&& question.BTW Wilford ,which way are you swinging?You have gave us true REPUBLICANS so much HELL about true conservative ways and now Jeff is telling you how to vote.Are you still going to be his little puppet?Just asking?
Pigweed

Euless, TX

#14 Aug 22, 2012
Chief Walksalot wrote:
<quoted text>Just to let you know: I am trying to contact the legal represent-ative for Wilford Brimley, to inform the appropriate person that you are using his name and photo on this forum. Better change your user name.
That would not be a nice thing to do, Chief Sucksalot. Yes, it's true that Wilford is a walking talking hemorrhoid
and he says things that pisses us all off and he's misguided as hell, it doesn't mean we have to be mean to him. If we help him, we might be able to rehabilitate him so please reconsider your threat to out him to the real Wilford Brimley, Chief Sucksalot. Thank you.
Chief Walksalot

Texarkana, AR

#15 Aug 22, 2012
Tom Horn wrote:
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Way to go, Chief. I researched personality rights subsequent to your earlier post asking if WB had gotten the real Mr. Brimley's permission to use his name and likeness. The way I read it it only applies if it is used for commercial purposes. However the real Mr. Brimley (whom I greatly admire) might want to make life miserable for our local imposter.
That is why my nom de plume is that of a man long since departed this sphere and which pretty well sums up yours truly.
Ah yes, Tom Horn, one of the last gunmen of the Old West. Too bad he didn't have Gerry Spence as his attorney at his trial; he might have avoided the noose.
Anyway, to whomever our local Wilford is: Why do you assume that everyone in town that votes is either a Dem or Repub?
Chief Walksalot

Texarkana, AR

#16 Aug 22, 2012
I see nothing constructive in responding in an immature manner to a post from a social adolescent.
Wow

Atlanta, GA

#17 Aug 22, 2012
Wilford Brimley wrote:
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Keep trying to spin everything everyone says. From what I saw/heard, he said he would not vote a straight party ticket.
look, I was on the band wagon until Jeff started supptorting the democrats. I took up for him for a long time, but my jaw dropped when I saw and heard about this. I will not be decieved again.

Quote from Jeff Akins Facebook page:

"I will do all I can to make sure Petty, Burns, Hawkins, and Whitten DO NOT WIN in November. I am just one person but I have had enough!August 18 at 5:58pm via mobile LikeUnlike 6."

To make sure the republicans (Petty, Burns, Hawkins, and Whitten) DO NOT WIN in November, is to make sure their Democrat opponents do. You see kid, just take a look at Newtons Law, for every action their is a reaction. Now, I know this is geared for the laws of motion, but you are a bright kid, so you get the point.


Actually, Cause and Effect would be better. If the CAUSE of Jeff Akins action is that the Republicans to lose (as he has claimed to work towards) the EFFECT will be that the Democrats win.

Surely you understand this. If not, then you give homeschoolers a bad name.
Mierda

Nash, TX

#18 Aug 22, 2012
I learned a long time ago that Jeff was full of crap.

His blind support for that fool in the Judge's chambers was enough to turn a lot of people off.

Jeff admitted to people that he knew what Lacy was and kept the truth from people because he wanted a win.

I think Jeff is the biggest liability the Republican Party has. Candidates he backs are losing simply by being associated with this dweeb.
Jay

Texarkana, AR

#19 Aug 22, 2012
Beware of wolves in sheeps clothing. Its always the one who appear to be right who do the most damage!!
Three Ring Circus

United States

#20 Aug 22, 2012
Wilford Brimley wrote:
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LOL! That is hilarious. I'm not Jeff Akin.
Is it SO hard to believe that more than one person knows the truth?
Those are the facts, RINO!!
Maybe your name is Rick.

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