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Neutral party

Memphis, IN

#21 Dec 28, 2010
I will pay to get Johnny's ticket upgraded to first class.

How dare he refer to me as a racist or Nazi.

Mr. Masters, this is my country too. You don't own it and I guarantee you I've paid more than you in taxes to keep your sorry ass fed and healthy.

Little substance and a lot of hot air.

“"U.S. Constitution"”

Since: Mar 09

Tea-Party

#22 Dec 28, 2010
Neutral party wrote:
I will pay to get Johnny's ticket upgraded to first class.
How dare he refer to me as a racist or Nazi.
Mr. Masters, this is my country too. You don't own it and I guarantee you I've paid more than you in taxes to keep your sorry ass fed and healthy.
Little substance and a lot of hot air.
I suspect there more than a few of us that are will to help pay for a one way ticket to Cuba, maybe.....LOL

“"U.S. Constitution"”

Since: Mar 09

Tea-Party

#23 Dec 30, 2010
Johnny Masters wrote:
It's a factual argument, so all one has to do is a little research. Ronald Reagan gave Bin Laden his weapons to fight Russia in the 80s. The idea was to get the US stuck in "an Afghan trap". It worked. Not it's working against us.
Here's one article making the connection between Ronald Reagan and Bin Laden (it's a direct connection too... this isn't even covered-up):
http://www.slate.com/id/2102243/
the ten year war in Afghanistan against Reagan-supported Afghan freedom fighters exhausted the resources and morale of the Soviet socialist system. With more than 15,000 Soviet military personnel dead, the Soviets withdrew their forces in 1989 and admitted to a humiliating defeat. It was payback for the Vietnam War. Also in 1989, the Reagan-supported Polish Solidarity organization was legalized and allowed to participate in elections which sparked off a succession of peaceful anti-communist counter-revolutions in Central Europe and Eastern Europe.

Take the fact that communism drives any country broke, add a Reagan-supported arms build up as well as a Reagan-supported second arms race in space, add a Reagan-supported Vietnam-like quagmire, and mix in Reagan-supported socio-political upheaval in Soviet satellite states. It was more than the Soviet system could take. Especially with a Reagan-supported reformer in charge of the Soviet Union

“"U.S. Constitution"”

Since: Mar 09

Tea-Party

#24 Dec 30, 2010
Johnny Masters wrote:
It's a factual argument, so all one has to do is a little research. Ronald Reagan gave Bin Laden his weapons to fight Russia in the 80s. The idea was to get the US stuck in "an Afghan trap". It worked. Not it's working against us.
Here's one article making the connection between Ronald Reagan and Bin Laden (it's a direct connection too... this isn't even covered-up):
http://www.slate.com/id/2102243/
Here in a true clip on Reagan. http://www.conservapedia.com/Essay:How_Ronald...
Johnny Masters

New Orleans, LA

#25 Jan 4, 2011
Ronald Reagan gave Osama Bin Laden his weapons.
blue grass

Owenton, KY

#26 Jan 4, 2011
Johnny Masters wrote:
Ronald Reagan gave Osama Bin Laden his weapons.
are u starting again Johnny we have already been through this

“"U.S. Constitution"”

Since: Mar 09

Tea-Party

#27 Jan 4, 2011
blue grass wrote:
<quoted text>are u starting again Johnny we have already been through this
He just doesn't seem to get how the real world works, does he?
blue grass

Owenton, KY

#28 Jan 4, 2011
Dee Lay wrote:
<quoted text>He just doesn't seem to get how the real world works, does he?
I wonder sometimes
Johnny Masters

Louisville, KY

#29 Jan 7, 2011
Ronald Reagan gave bin Laden his weapons. He also gave Iran their weapons too... and what do u teapublicans think of Iran? Why do u all keep arming the bad guys? Is it so that the war is perpetual, and neverending?

“"U.S. Constitution"”

Since: Mar 09

Tea-Party

#30 Jan 7, 2011
Johnny Masters wrote:
Ronald Reagan gave bin Laden his weapons. He also gave Iran their weapons too... and what do u teapublicans think of Iran? Why do u all keep arming the bad guys? Is it so that the war is perpetual, and neverending?
If you can read and comprehend what you have read then you would understand that it was all about ending the cold war.Which he did.
Pale Rider

AOL

#31 Aug 5, 2012
blue grass wrote:
<quoted text>Well if he don't I will call his office everyday I will hold his feet to the fire.
People say Obama hasn't done anything for America. He has sure done a lot since taking office. From the get go, there was that no good Rush Lumberhead saying he hoped Obama failed. Actually all of the Republicans on here hoped he would fail. They were hoping that more people were out of work. They wanted Obama to be a bigger failure then George W. Bush, so they wouldn't look like stupid Republicans. They want to blame the Democrats for their failure to elect a Republican to the White House. Their failure is because no one in America except a few Tea Party Members and a few like we see on here liked George W. Bush. He was a failure the minute he took office. He failed at everything. The Republican know he failed, America knew he failed. He failed America, and we are still paying the price of his failure. Not only was George W. Bush a failure, he was a liar on top of it. He lied to Congress, He lied to America. In the end, Iraq threw shoes at him, and became an ally to Iran. Iraq is now our enemy, they were more of a friend under Saddam Hussein, then they are today. It is people like we see on here in the Doofus Gang, they still think there are WMD over in Iraq, Iran, Syria, they believe alQaeda was in Iraq all along. Those poor dumb bastards would believe Marilyn Monroe was alive, if George W. Bush told them. They are stupid, not one, but everyone one of them. The reason they say Obama is a failure is so he will look worse then when George W. Bush was in office. They can't see any good for all of the George W. Bush failures that Obama is still trying to fix.

If we took out the 20,000,000 Mexicans, that George W. Bush let in for votes. If we had the huge 100 companies a year on average that George W. Bush outsourced, moved out of America. We would be doing pretty darn good. But all of that happened under George W. Bush. If we had any management of goverment, there might not have been an Enron. The economic policy of the George W. Bush administration was a combination of tax cuts, expenditures for fighting two wars, and a free-market ideology intended to de-emphasize the role of government in the private sector. He advocated the ownership society, premised on the concepts of individual accountability, less government, and the owning of property, all of which was a complete failure under George W. Bush. The trickle down economics of Ronald Reagan hasn't worked for years. It didn't work under G.H. Bush (failure) G. W. Bush (failure). It turned into greed, and failures all over America under the Bush watch. Plus we got attacked. Do we want another bastard in there, just like the last Republican in the White House, that failed America. If you do, vote for Mitt Romney, he is your man.
Rooster Cogburn

Bethpage, TN

#32 Aug 6, 2012
THE VOTERS SAY--IT ISN'T BUSH'S FAULT

The Hill poll: Voters blame president most for slow economic recovery

Two-thirds of likely voters say the weak economy is Washington’s fault, and more blame President Obama than anybody else, according to a new poll for The Hill.

It found that 66 percent believe paltry job growth and slow economic recovery is the result of bad policy.

Thirty-four percent say Obama is the most to blame, followed by 23 percent who say Congress is the culprit. Twenty percent point the finger at Wall Street, and 18 percent cite former President George W. Bush.

Keep right on with that Bush Bashing Pale. You are on the right track.

You lost 64 US House seats in 2010 by beating that dead horse. So that needs to be your strategy for 2012.

Meanwhile--the rest of us are holding a REFERENDUM on BARACK OBAMA'S FAILED RECORD.

We'll be sure to let you know how the referendum on the SECOND WORST PRESIDENT IN US HISTORY turns out.
Rooster Cogburn

Bethpage, TN

#33 Aug 6, 2012
A truism of American politics, Pale.

The guy who is currently in charge always gets the credit -- or the blame -- regardless whose fault it is.

The economy is a mess Pale. We have arrived at the current 8.3 % unemployment rate only by juggling the figures.

The administration simply drops those no longer drawing unemployment as though they no longer exist, making the official rate about half what the real unemployment rate is.

And there's a whole laundry list of other troubling issues for Obama.

The people who will show up to vote aren't being fooled.

Meanwhile:

Democrat interest in the election is down by well over 20 percent fromm 2008 levels.

At the same time Republican interest is up about 16 percentage points.

Voter interest is usually a reliable indicator of election day turn out.

We have a big upset in the making Pale.

It don't matter at all what G W Bush, Bill Clinton, or any other previous president did or said Pale, what their record was. They aren't running.

Sadly for you, this election is a referendum on Barack Obama, and the voters are not very happy with him.

All Romney has to do is show up and look competent (he has and he does) and he will win.
Obama 2012

AOL

#34 Sep 28, 2012
Johnny Masters wrote:
U racist idiots and Nazis need to get the hell out of my country.
Mitt Romney in race of his Life,

All Polls Have Him Behind

Reap What You Sow.

Obama 2012

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