Are You A Republican?

Are You A Republican?

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Pale Rider

AOL

#1 Sep 15, 2012
For me, the most disturbing aspect of the Republican political culture is how it puts its unquenchable thirst for power, domination and a radical ideology above facts, reason and the truth.

1. Thirst for Power.

What does this mean?

Someone that thinks they are better than you?

Someone that will screw you in a deal, if they get a chance.

2. Domination.

Someone that has to have the last word.

3. A radical ideology above facts.

That you have lost your rights according to the Constitution.

A redistribution of their money.

4. Above reason, and the facts.

Does a Republican have any reason? No, it is their way or the highway.

Do they have the facts? It is their facts or no facts.

5. The Second Amendment (Amendment II) to the United States Constitution is the part of the United States Bill of Rights that protects the right of the people to keep and bear arms.

Republicans like to spread the word, you are about to lose your right to own a gun.
Pale Rider

AOL

#2 Sep 15, 2012
Illegal's

Remember I told the folks on Topix about two illegals, that darted across the border? How they were able to sneak into our Country, I am not sure. But is believed, they snuck in from Juarez, Mexico, into El Paso, Texas. From there they were able to hitch a ride to, San Antonio. Another ride to Dallas.

Forking Manure

Neither knew anything but to beg for food in Mexico and the younger one would steal at night. So once in America, they had to do something. The older one being the smarter of the two, said let me go to a ranch and get a job, forking manure. If I get on, I will return for you. So now they are both ranch hands. In order that they earn a better way of life, both very good at lying, and stealing.

Food Stamps

They soon learned how to use the system, so they lied and got on Food Stamps and Registered as unemployed. They heard a lot about Bill Clinton, he was Governor of Arkansas, President, now Statesman. So off to Little Rock, Turkey reasoned, if it was good enough, for Bill, it was good enough for them.

Cobbler - Beggar

Once in Little Rock, the older one takes a job as a cobbler. The younger one unable to find a job, turns into a beggar, wearing a stolen Army Uniform. Not bad he thinks, his first day, a little over a Hundred Dollars. Then he notices, the sign another beggar was using, "I will Work For Food For Free." Damn this is much better. Month after month. The younger one, outshines the old goat as a cobbler.

On the Move

From Arkansas, they moved on to Memphis, where the old one decides he has had enough of being a cobbler and tries a factory job. We know from his past, what the younger one does. There they join the Republican Party, both saw how easy that was. George W. Bush was running for President. This time the cobbler, decided he had enough of being a cobbler, and took a job in a factory.

Factory Verses Owning Business

The younger one had learned, he could make more, if he owned a business. A little business of selling. It wasn't very long, about 2006, the old one lost his job. But the young one was doing OK selling dope.

Old One Leaves For Kentucky

The smart one, heard there was an opportunity in Kentucky, so he left The lazy younger one behind. He found a job in Kentucky at a little Factory.

Factory Closed

The little factory closed during the Bush Administration. The rich owner a Republican, closed the doors at the little factory, because he could hire cheaper labor, in China.

The Old One rants and raves as a Republican. The Young one goes to Kentucky. He goes along with whatever the old one raises Hell about. It is people like this that are the problem, instead of the cure.

After becoming Republicans, they have no reason, they don't listen. They support Mitt Romney, the man that actually, most Republicans aren't happy with. Romney is full of talk, but not a single solution to the problems of America. He is falling behind in the polls that count. The election is over in 2012.
Rooster Cogburn

Scottsville, KY

#3 Sep 17, 2012
Pale said,

"The Second Amendment (Amendment II) to the United States Constitution is the part of the United States Bill of Rights that protects the right of the people to keep and bear arms."

Pale that's no problem for dictator Obama.

Once Obama is re-elected he'll just issue an executive order recinding that pesky second amendment.

And liberal goons like you will applaud it.
Pale Rider

AOL

#4 Sep 17, 2012
Rooster Cogburn wrote:
Pale said,
"The Second Amendment (Amendment II) to the United States Constitution is the part of the United States Bill of Rights that protects the right of the people to keep and bear arms."
Pale that's no problem for dictator Obama.
Once Obama is re-elected he'll just issue an executive order recinding that pesky second amendment.
And liberal goons like you will applaud it.
True, I will applaud. I will applaud anything Obama does, and everything he does. I hope he decides to investigate what Bush knew prior to 9/11/01. I would applaud that also. I would also applaud if you left Warsaw Topix Too. Are you actually following me, hoping, I will make myself available to you some night?
Rooster Cogburn

Scottsville, KY

#5 Sep 18, 2012
Pale Rider wrote:
<quoted text>
True, I will applaud. I will applaud anything Obama does, and everything he does. I hope he decides to investigate what Bush knew prior to 9/11/01. I would applaud that also. I would also applaud if you left Warsaw Topix Too. Are you actually following me, hoping, I will make myself available to you some night?
I watch the lies you post so that I can point out the fallacies.

Someone has to shine the light of truth and expose your deliberate distortions.

Based on what you say, I suppose you are applauding the meltdown at our embassies in the middle east, and the rest of the world, brought on by Barack Obama's incompetence.

Maybe he just needs to go over and read something from the teleprompter and bow a few times, kiss a few more Muslim @sses. I'd bet that if he did that things would be all better.

America is the object of ridicule around the world because of this clueless incompetent apologizer -- and because of morons like you who support him.
Pale Rider

AOL

#6 Sep 25, 2012
Rooster Cogburn wrote:
<quoted text>
I watch the lies you post so that I can point out the fallacies.
Someone has to shine the light of truth and expose your deliberate distortions.
Based on what you say, I suppose you are applauding the meltdown at our embassies in the middle east, and the rest of the world, brought on by Barack Obama's incompetence.
Maybe he just needs to go over and read something from the teleprompter and bow a few times, kiss a few more Muslim @sses. I'd bet that if he did that things would be all better.
America is the object of ridicule around the world because of this clueless incompetent apologizer -- and because of morons like you who support him.
Our President

Barack Hussein Obama was sworn in as the 44th president of the United States on Jan. 20, 2009. The son of a black man from Kenya and a white woman from Kansas, he is the first African-American to ascend to the highest office in the land.
He defeated Hillary Rodham Clinton in a lengthy and bitter primary battle before defeating Senator John McCain, the Arizona Republican, in November 2008.
Mr. Obama’s victory came as the economy was in near free-fall, and his term has been shaped by what many have called the Great Recession and the weak recovery that followed. Mr. Obama was also confronting crucial issues in foreign policy: what to do about two wars involving American troops in Iraq and Afghanistan.
In 2012, Mr. Obama is facing a highly competitive bid for re-election. His opponent is Mitt Romney, the Republican presidential nominee.
Whether Americans grant Mr. Obama a four-year extension will depend in part on his ability to reconcile the heady aspirations of 2008 with the messy results of the four years that followed.
In some ways Mr. Obama has been remade by his time in office. Burned by failed Roosevelt Room summits with Republican leaders and faced with implacable resistance, he has abandoned the inside game to barnstorm the country pressuring lawmakers. Once a virtual prime minister tethered to Congress, he now advances immigration, environmental and education initiatives through executive authority. The candidate of change now argues for staying the course.

I am not supporting Mitt the Twit
Neutral Party

United States

#7 Sep 25, 2012
What drug is she on? These posts are nothing but statements lacking substance.

Maybe if Oblamo was doing his job, we wouldn't have a murdered border agent and thousands of dead Mexicans. Why doesn't he start with the "most transparent administration ever"?

Because as a liberal it is ok to say it because intentions mean everything and results and facts are just distractions.

And those that believe it are fools.
Obama 2012

AOL

#9 Sep 28, 2012
Rooster Cogburn wrote:
Pale said,
"The Second Amendment (Amendment II) to the United States Constitution is the part of the United States Bill of Rights that protects the right of the people to keep and bear arms."
Pale that's no problem for dictator Obama.
Once Obama is re-elected he'll just issue an executive order recinding that pesky second amendment.
And liberal goons like you will applaud it.
Mitt Romney in race of his Life,

All Polls Have Him Behind

Reap What You Sow.

Obama 2012
Rooster cogburn

Scottsville, KY

#10 Oct 4, 2012
Last night we finally saw the real Barack Obama.

We saw a pathetic little worm of a man who can't say three words end to end that sound intelligent -- unless he's reading them from his teleprompter.

We also saw the real Mitt Romney.

Romney looked like a decisive, forceful leader. A man who knows what he believes and can tell you so that you can understand it.

Mitt doesn't need a teleprompter to tell him what he thinks, nor what to say.

He is a man accustomed to tackling real world problems and solving them.

Barack Obama, on the other hand, is accustomed to making pretty speeches, that someone else wrote, that he can read to us from the teleprompter.

Barack is a great teleprompter reader, but he ain't much of a president -- and he ain't no leader at all.

We are long overdue for a change. Vote for Mitt.

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