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“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

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#18673 Jul 18, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
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Do you get "fact" inserts along with those good stamp vouchers at the nursing home ?
I bet those nurses are taking them before they bring your strained peaches to your Medicaid bed.
Don't worry, we taxpayers will work extra hard for you because that Medicare provided Xanax you're taking just ain't working any more,
or
maybe your just cranky because the rest of the folks on the ward won't let you watch "Housewives of Blairsville"' on the community TV.
If we can get your TV program for you, can I not have to support you even more ? Taking care of you Right Wing Wackos and your families is getting pretty costly.
Whatsamatta? You can't handle the truth. I've touched a nerve. It's okay for you to call names and insult over and over, but when it's handed back, you scream like a little girl. You don't like the message so you attack the messenger. Typical left wing lunatic union thug. Take it to the chaplain, partner, because I don't care.

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

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#18675 Jul 18, 2013
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>Oh hush. I wasn't even talking to you. I was simply sayin that I was tired of talking about race. It all that anybody's been talking about and no one needs race baiters like him to keep it going. There are more important things to discuss than race. Oh and how do you think I'm leftie? What is your reasoning for calling me that?
I "think" he was replying to one of Jeb's posts. You must admit, race is front and center in the news right now. This administration and the media are working overtime on it.
Why

Demorest, GA

#18676 Jul 18, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
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Let's pay attention to that last line again:
"WHILE OTHERS ARGUED IT MERELY REFLECTED HIS LIBERTARIAN ECONOMIC BELIEFS." - DUH.
(cont)
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The Myth of ‘the Southern Strategy
By CLAY RISEN
Everyone knows that race has long played a decisive role in Southern electoral politics. From the end of Reconstruction until the beginning of the civil rights era, the story goes, the national Democratic Party made room for segregationist members — and as a result dominated the South. But in the 50s and 60s, Democrats embraced the civil rights movement, costing them the white Southern vote. Meanwhile, the Republican Party successfully wooed disaffected white racists with a “Southern strategy” that championed “states’ rights.”
It’s an easy story to believe, but this year two political scientists called it into question. In their book “The End of Southern Exceptionalism,” Richard Johnston of the University of Pennsylvania and Byron Shafer of the University of Wisconsin argue that the shift in the South from Democratic to Republican was overwhelmingly a question not of race but of economic growth. In the postwar era, they note, the South transformed itself from a backward region to an engine of the national economy, giving rise to a sizable new wealthy suburban class. This class, not surprisingly, began to vote for the party that best represented its economic interests: the G.O.P. Working-class whites, however — and here’s the surprise — even those in areas with large black populations, stayed loyal to the Democrats.(This was true until the 90s, when the nation as a whole turned rightward in Congressional voting.)
The two scholars support their claim with an extensive survey of election returns and voter surveys. To give just one example: in the 50s, among Southerners in the low-income tercile, 43 percent voted for Republican Presidential candidates, while in the high-income tercile, 53 percent voted Republican; by the 80s, those figures were 51 percent and 77 percent, respectively. Wealthy Southerners shifted rightward in droves but poorer ones didn’t.
To be sure, Shafer says, many whites in the South aggressively opposed liberal Democrats on race issues.“But when folks went to the polling booths,” he says,“they didn’t shoot off their own toes. They voted by their economic preferences, not racial preferences.” Shafer says these results should give liberals hope.“If Southern politics is about class and not race,” he says,“then they can get it back.”

While the economy has a big impact on voter preference under normal circumstances, today we do not live under normal circumstances when the voters into office for a second term a president who has ruined America's economy. We will never see good paying jobs across a wide spectrum again.


Why

Demorest, GA

#18677 Jul 18, 2013
Synergy wrote:
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Whatsamatta? You can't handle the truth. I've touched a nerve. It's okay for you to call names and insult over and over, but when it's handed back, you scream like a little girl. You don't like the message so you attack the messenger. Typical left wing lunatic union thug. Take it to the chaplain, partner, because I don't care.

A little girl huh?? ROFL.


Why

Demorest, GA

#18678 Jul 18, 2013
Synergy wrote:
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I "think" he was replying to one of Jeb's posts. You must admit, race is front and center in the news right now. This administration and the media are working overtime on it.

And Holder is burning the midnight oil trying to find a way to charge Zimmerman with something, or anything to appease Sharpton and Jackson.
While Obama is wringing his hands on how to fool the union thugs once a gain.


Since: Nov 12

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#18679 Jul 18, 2013
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>Oh hush. I wasn't even talking to you. I was simply sayin that I was tired of talking about race. It all that anybody's been talking about and no one needs race baiters like him to keep it going. There are more important things to discuss than race. Oh and how do you think I'm leftie? What is your reasoning for calling me that?
The content of most of your posts and which posters you support on here make it rather obvious which
party you support. I will admit that given your strong pro-life stance and your position on immigration, your continued support of the Democratic party does baffle me. How anyone with your pro-life stance can continue to vote for a party for which abortion is virtually a sacrament is hard to understand. Look at the conniption fit being thrown over a bill that simply says that 5 months is plenty of time for a woman to decide if she wants to have an abortion.

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

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#18680 Jul 18, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
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Now, now, that Thorazine is on the way. We'll ask the nice nurse to open up another Medicaid bed for you at a "less secure" facility as soon as we can.
YOU are the government parasite. You've bragged about it enough. Stand up and be proud.

You are in for a HUGE disappointment. Yep! The bigger they are, the harder they fall. Look out belooooooooooow. Union thug is on his way.

Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#18681 Jul 18, 2013
OMTE wrote:
This is a bill that all americans should get behind.
https://www.numbersusa.com/content/news/may-2...
I agree but many of ideas for this law is already law. They just are not enforced. What makes you think if this law is passed it would be treated any differently than the existing laws?
Informed Opinion

Cape Coral, FL

#18682 Jul 18, 2013
Synergy wrote:
<quoted text>Agreed. He considers himself a "real" American. What a joke.
Maybe you could help.

A friend of mine, a Normal Human Being, wants to do his Doctoral Thesis on "The Mind,(of lack thereof, of a Right Wong Wacko.

He is researching these issues:

- Why are Right Wing Wackos so proud of being Wackos ?

- Is there an award given on Right Wing Wacko Planet to the "Wackiest Wacko".

- When confronted by the reality that your a Right Wing Wacko - is there ever a desire to become normal ?

and

Since Right Wing Wackos, by definition, are unable to care for themselves and their families, and survive on government funds and benefits, do they ever consider how hypocritically silly they appear claiming to be "self-sufficient" ?

There'll be more questions as the survey is expanded to include questions like :

Why do Right Wing Wackos admire and support adulterous, draft-dodging, hooker-hiring, tax- avoiding, politicians so much, while claiming they despise them ?

We'd tell you how to find the results of the survey, but since Right Wing Wackos prefer to remain ignorant -there really would be no point.

Thanks for your help.

Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#18683 Jul 18, 2013
OMTE wrote:
Here's what the ICE Council President had to say about the amnesty bill that is in the House. It's funny how Washington makes out like these people are so peaceful and are only here to work. Yeah right. They are criminals. Remember ICE is the only ones allowed to enforce any immigration laws. They know what's going on.
http://townhall.com/tipsheet/katiepavlich/201...
Yes, they know and so do we.
OMTE

Moultrie, GA

#18684 Jul 18, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
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The content of most of your posts and which posters you support on here make it rather obvious which
party you support. I will admit that given your strong pro-life stance and your position on immigration, your continued support of the Democratic party does baffle me. How anyone with your pro-life stance can continue to vote for a party for which abortion is virtually a sacrament is hard to understand. Look at the conniption fit being thrown over a bill that simply says that 5 months is plenty of time for a woman to decide if she wants to have an abortion.
First off you forgot to mention that I'm not a fan of queers gettin married either. Didn't you? That's another point that discredits your evaluation of me. Ya think? Why is it so hard to believe that there are independent americans that doesn't agree or disagree totally with either party? I personally think 20 weeks is to long. That is legal murder.
(IMO)

Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#18685 Jul 18, 2013
Oh my wrote:
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Who could ever accuse you of being a racist, thank for explaining the behavior of "those people".
Does the truth hurt? Do you think I enjoy seeing black people used and abused? Do you think I like seeing my country being torn apart by a bunch of political elitist, glory seeking news media, and race baiting pimps? If you think that I do you are very mistaken. I just told the truth and I am not going to ignore it or soften it by being political correct. Take it or leave it, I don't care.
OMTE

Moultrie, GA

#18686 Jul 18, 2013
Bigdave1 wrote:
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I agree but many of ideas for this law is already law. They just are not enforced. What makes you think if this law is passed it would be treated any differently than the existing laws?
This law is calling for more ICE agents, staff, and support. ICE are the only people that enforce these laws. It's still no guarantee that they will be allowed to enforce the law, but it's definitely a step in the right direction. Unlike the Senate bill that doesn't address this part of enforcement at all. It's a dead give away that they don't plan on enforcing the law and are only granting amnesty to win votes.

Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#18687 Jul 18, 2013
Bill in Dville wrote:
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"but would you deny that nearly all racists vote republican, why is that?"
I added the question mark for you...
There are so many "available" responses to this post, but let's keep it simple:
Do you know and understand the definition of racism? It appears not. Can't black people be racist, too?
The vast majority of blacks are said to have voted for BO (90%+), so are you excluding them from your post? Oh, you mean WHITE racists, don't you?
If white people didn't vote for the black man because he's black (although I didn't vote for him because of his party, his ideas, his (lack of) plans, his lack of experience, etc.), isn't that the same thing as black people voting for the black man BECAUSE he's black?
Darn Bill, didn't you know that only white people can be racists? Especially all white Republicans. There are some black Republicans. Are they racists too?

Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#18688 Jul 18, 2013
Oh my wrote:
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Seems like those that have used it for their own symbology since the end of the Civil War have attached the current meaning to it, turning it from a Flag to a Rag.
Thanks for playing.
It may only be a rag when it is misused. Thanks for playing.
Informed Opinion

Cape Coral, FL

#18689 Jul 18, 2013
Synergy wrote:
<quoted text>YOU are the government parasite. You've bragged about it enough. Stand up and be proud.

You are in for a HUGE disappointment. Yep! The bigger they are, the harder they fall. Look out belooooooooooow. Union thug is on his way.
Uh oh.

Here comes Nurse Hatchet.

Synergy is hiding her free medication again. Damn, that always causes her to be even more confused, and she gets those those hallucinations she thinks she isn't simply another Right Winger slurping up government benefits.

Last time this happened they had to use "restraints" because she kept claiming she had heard about something called a "job", and she actually believed she knew what a job was.

Damn.. It's that generic medicine that Medicaid tries to give her - it never works - it name brand Xanax and Thorazine only for her.

Thank God.

Nurse Hatchet and Orderly Barry O. have her restrained now. Maybe when that Medicaid bed opens up in the new wing, she'll like it much better.

They have TVs in every room so she can watch Hannity ever day - she loves him so.

Why

Demorest, GA

#18690 Jul 18, 2013
The wacko-a-molee is still posting.

"The root of the problem is that Jimmy Carter is the first Process President in American history.

"Process President"—using a definition by Aaron Wildavsky and Jack Knott—means that Carter places "greater emphasis on methods, procedures and instruments for making policy than on the content of policy itself."

Carter is an activist. He wants to do things. Yet his campaign statements should have warned us that save for the human rights thrust in foreign policy, his passion in government is for how things are done, rather than what should be done.

He believes that if the process is good the product will be good. In other words, if he sets up a procedure for making policy that is open, comprehensive (his favorite word), and involves good people, whatever comes out of this pipeline will be acceptable (within certain budgetary limits)."

Carter was a white activist, Obama a black activist. There the parallel ends. Carter was fixated on process, whereas Obama is fixated big programs without a process.

Hence we had a bad economy and foreign policy under Carter, and we have the same bad economy and foreign policy under Obama.

The only sameness is they are activists for "taking from those who have and giving to those who have not."

Clinton and Bush was a lot like this with his NAFTA legislation, spread the wealth to Mexico while reducing the wealth in America.

Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#18691 Jul 18, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
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We know that can't be true - Right Wingers won't move over to allow them room on the government teat.
If you want to see real government dependency, just visit any marina and observe the million dollar yachts.
The whitebread owners all say thanks for welfare - as they deduct the interest payments claiming the yachts are "second homes".
Ahhhh... Welfare to white folk ain't welfare.
Besides thanks to Right Wing Wackos white folks can work on Massa Romney's plantation.
You are so full of it!
Why

Demorest, GA

#18692 Jul 18, 2013
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>This law is calling for more ICE agents, staff, and support. ICE are the only people that enforce these laws. It's still no guarantee that they will be allowed to enforce the law, but it's definitely a step in the right direction. Unlike the Senate bill that doesn't address this part of enforcement at all. It's a dead give away that they don't plan on enforcing the law and are only granting amnesty to win votes.

FYI:
The DOJ has the authority to ALLOW and direct local and State policing authorities to enforce federal immigration law.
Holder has chosen not too. Guess who he works for?

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

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#18693 Jul 18, 2013
Why wrote:
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And Holder is burning the midnight oil trying to find a way to charge Zimmerman with something, or anything to appease Sharpton and Jackson.
While Obama is wringing his hands on how to fool the union thugs once a gain.
Can you believe ANYONE supports this administration?????? It is absolutely the most corrupt we've ever had. The proof is there every single day and the libs just can't get enough. For whatever reason, they are convinced that the fallout from all of this won't affect them. I keep telling myself that they are just acting stupid on Topix. Surely they know better and really don't think all of this that is going on is okay.

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