Who do you support for Governor in Oh...

Since: Jan 13

Lexington, KY

#25502 Feb 15, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
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No, they did not discuss sex, but she tried to push her relationship as if it were a regular girl/guy relationship. In fact, when I purchased my rental properties, she was renting here and became a tenant of mine. After she moved, she used to send out annual update letters of her marriage to all of her friends. Is that something hetero couples do? I never got an update letter from any heterosexual couple I've ever known.
My sister could barely keep herself from laughing because apparently, this couple had a lot of gay friends.She said that during the ceremony, all these same-sex people started to kiss, hug and even cry. She said it was like a freak show. I don't know how corny the vows were, but that's when she struggled to hold back laughter.
The thing is that most people don't reject what makes other people happy, it's just that you have to keep some things to yourself. There are some things that people don't want to hear or discuss. You do your thing and I'll do mine. You will never be like heterosexual couples. You have your own thing going on. It's an odd relationship.
When I was in my early 20's, I had my girlfriend move in. She was 11 years older than I was. We lived together for four years. It was an odd relationship, especially to my parents. I understood they were less than happy about it, so I never discussed what went on in our apartment. That was my business and not theirs. During some of the holidays, I would go do my family thing and she would do hers.
Well sending out a newsletter is odd and as far as kissing, hugging, and crying at a wedding that's to be expected after all its supposed to be a joyful occasion and with gays im sure has a lot more significance and meaning. And by her saying it was like a freak show says to me that she wasn't totally accepting of her friend unless of course she says this at all weddings. The only difference between me and a straight couple is im not accepted for who I am that doesn't make me odd or my relationship odd it just makes those that cant accept it narrow minded.
kuda

Cincinnati, OH

#25503 Feb 15, 2014
Some purists don't need the security of the tricornered hat:
http://s1.hubimg.com/u/5455598_f520.jpg

Or even a separate hat at all:
http://images.politico.com/global/2012/06/120...

Some people just can't get enough bag — bless their hearts:
http://static.squarespace.com/static/500af2aa...

Here's the intellectual leader and darling of the tea partiers extending bag:
http://www.outsidethebeltway.com/wp-content/u...

And then there's "the Ernest" look:
http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-VUVhztGdR3I/TmlkadT...

So let's hear it for the tea partiers and their special "baggage"
http://images2.sina.com/english/world/p/2009/...
Class

Chicago, IL

#25504 Feb 15, 2014
We need a Republican President....!!!!!!
mutt

Chillicothe, OH

#25505 Feb 15, 2014
kuda wrote:
How do you think claiming executive privilege and issuing an executive order are different things?

You're distorting everything, as you probably know but others may not.
Just because you don't know something, doesn't mean I'm distorting it.

"In the United States government, executive privilege is the power claimed by the President of the United States and other members of the executive branch to resist certain subpoenas and other interventions by the legislative and judicial branches of government.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Executive_privil...

A president issues "executive orders to help officers and agencies of the executive branch manage the operations within the federal government itself."
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Executive_order
It has the same effect as law, although it's not meant to create or rewrite laws. Otherwise, there would be no need for Congress.
ObamaCare is a law, not a mandate, and the republicans wanted to repeal, not delay, its implementation. President Obama plead with them to design something better, but they came up with nothing, focusing instead on almost fifty efforts to repeal the law.
Yes, ObamaCare is a law. And to make changes to the law, Obama is required to go through Congress. But he's not doing that. He's using his pen and his phone to do it all by his little self.

You've apparently bought into the many lies told to you by the president and the media. A very detailed article about republican reform ideas:
http://www.forbes.com/sites/theapothecary/201...

"Better" is a subjective word anyway. All the democrats have to do is just say that a republican plan isn't better, then the republicans will still be accused of having no plan.

It's fine with me if you choose not to respond to my posts. There are other willfully-deluded Obama-ites to take your place.
mutt

Chillicothe, OH

#25506 Feb 15, 2014
kuda wrote:
Some purists don't need the security of the tricornered hat:
http://s1.hubimg.com/u/5455598_f520.jpg
LOLOL! Honestly, those were funny.

Even if there wasn't a crude sexual stigma attached to the teabags, I'm wondering what would possess people to do that. The two guys with the giant teabags on their foreheads was hilarious.

I've never been to a protest, and am pretty sure now that I never will, lol. Good grief.
mutt

Chillicothe, OH

#25507 Feb 15, 2014
joanna50 wrote:
...And by her saying it was like a freak show says to me that she wasn't totally accepting of her friend unless of course she says this at all weddings.....
Maybe it really was a freak show, in the sense that the guests took the traditional hugging, kissing, and crying to an extreme.
mutt

Chillicothe, OH

#25508 Feb 15, 2014
Class wrote:
We need a Republican President....!!!!!!
We need a conservative president. The republicans have sold out.

Playing on Reagan's words, I didn't leave the republican party, it left me. The only reason I vote republican now, is because there's no viable alternative yet.
kuda

Cincinnati, OH

#25510 Feb 15, 2014
mutt wrote:
<quoted text>
Just because you don't know something, doesn't mean I'm distorting it.
"In the United States government, executive privilege is the power claimed by the President of the United States and other members of the executive branch to resist certain subpoenas and other interventions by the legislative and judicial branches of government.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Executive_privil...
A president issues "executive orders to help officers and agencies of the executive branch manage the operations within the federal government itself."
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Executive_order
It has the same effect as law, although it's not meant to create or rewrite laws. Otherwise, there would be no need for Congress.
<quoted text>
Yes, ObamaCare is a law. And to make changes to the law, Obama is required to go through Congress. But he's not doing that. He's using his pen and his phone to do it all by his little self.
You've apparently bought into the many lies told to you by the president and the media. A very detailed article about republican reform ideas:
http://www.forbes.com/sites/theapothecary/201...
"Better" is a subjective word anyway. All the democrats have to do is just say that a republican plan isn't better, then the republicans will still be accused of having no plan.
It's fine with me if you choose not to respond to my posts. There are other willfully-deluded Obama-ites to take your place.
I know there're people who know much more than I do. I also know that the tea partier scripts that you keep reciting are purposely distorted, even if you don't understand that, but I believe you do — I give you credit for that.

I don't care to quibble with you about your scripts' lack of merit for the reason I've already stated and I certainly don't want to argue whether "better" is a subjective term. Of course it is.

I encourage you to go ahead and do something destructive to actually impeach President Obama if you really believe his behavior to be criminal. Be a man/woman/child of action. You would find it far more orgasmic than wasting time quibbling with me, and I would appreciate it.
kuda

Cincinnati, OH

#25511 Feb 15, 2014
mutt wrote:
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LOLOL! Honestly, those were funny.
Even if there wasn't a crude sexual stigma attached to the teabags, I'm wondering what would possess people to do that. The two guys with the giant teabags on their foreheads was hilarious.
I've never been to a protest, and am pretty sure now that I never will, lol. Good grief.
OK, now you're talking!

What's possessed these folks have been the anti-Obama scripts pandered by Fox, Limbaugh, Hannity and — well, we all know the others. They're music to the ears of mindless people needing a scapegoat to blame for their woes.

Try not to conjure images of Marcus and Michelle tea bagging. That' just not right.
Canton

Canton, OH

#25512 Feb 15, 2014
mutt wrote:
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Here's a screenshot of my search on bing using Firefox:
http://i1078.photobucket.com/albums/w500/TheS...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Shuster
"When [David] Shuster was still with MSNBC, he famously mocked Tea Party participants. He stated:'For most Americans, Wednesday, April 15, will be Tax Day, but ... it’s going to be Teabagging Day for the right wing, and they’re going nuts for it. Thousands of them whipped out the festivities early this past weekend, and while the parties are officially toothless, the teabaggers are full-throated about their goals. They want to give President Obama a strong tongue-lashing and lick government spending'"
That's very funny and witty, but in regard to what we're talking about, a large part of the tea party consists of men. So, referring to them that way is definitely homosexual in nature.
I'm through explaining this to you. If you're not smart enough to figure it out by now, you never will.
No, you have made it abundantly clear that you personally like to picture two men in a homosexual sex act whenever anyone uses the common term "Tea Bagger" for people in the Tea Party. Although the majority of the nation instantly recognizes the term being associated with the gaming world or as a slur to Tea Party people, you have your personal right to imagine all the homosexual acts you want.
Canton

Canton, OH

#25513 Feb 15, 2014
Also, once again you have skipped over 20 or so of the most popular search results to come to your own personal vision of what Tea Bagging means to you. So Tea Bag away, you Tea Bagging Tea Bagger.
Canton

Canton, OH

#25514 Feb 15, 2014
mutt wrote:
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We need a conservative president. The republicans have sold out.
Playing on Reagan's words, I didn't leave the republican party, it left me. The only reason I vote republican now, is because there's no viable alternative yet.
Reagan was quite the "Conservative" spender. By "Conservative" I in no way mean some obscure, homosexual sex act that you have to scroll 20 pages into a search engine to define.
Class

United States

#25515 Feb 15, 2014
We need to Vote for for a Republic President next time. It is the Values under God they stand for !!
Class

United States

#25516 Feb 15, 2014
We have to right Butch to the freedom of speech !!
mutt

Chillicothe, OH

#25517 Feb 15, 2014
kuda wrote:
I know there're people who know much more than I do. I also know that the tea partier scripts that you keep reciting are purposely distorted, even if you don't understand that, but I believe you do — I give you credit for that.
I've explained what an executive order is, and I've explained what the president's and Congress' roles are, and I've explained exactly what the president is doing to violate his oath. That's not a script. So, instead of pretending that it is, why don't you just be honest with yourself ... you think it's ok for Obama to violate the Constitution and his oath of office, in order to further an agenda you agree with.

Do you think it would be alright if a republican president were issuing executive orders to change ObamaCare? If Romney had won the 2012 election with the democrats still in control of the senate, Harry Reid would never have defunded, repealed, or reformed ObamaCare. It would have remained the law of the land for at least 2 more years. But what if Romney, without going through Congress, takes his pen and his phone and makes 28 changes to the law that favor the republican agenda. That would all be good, right?
I encourage you to go ahead and do something destructive to actually impeach President Obama if you really believe his behavior to be criminal. Be a man/woman/child of action. You would find it far more orgasmic than wasting time quibbling with me, and I would appreciate it.
Is someone forcing you to respond? Feel free to quit an any time.

It takes both houses of congress to impeach a president.(Just another little Govt 101 lesson for ya there.) Looking forward to retaking the Senate in 2014.
mutt

Chillicothe, OH

#25518 Feb 15, 2014
Canton wrote:
Reagan was quite the "Conservative" spender. By "Conservative" I in no way mean some obscure, homosexual sex act that you have to scroll 20 pages into a search engine to define.
No, YOU have to scroll 20 pages into a search engine, because your computer is as stupid as you are.

You're not complaining about Reagan's spending, are you? Because compared to Obama, he was like Scrooge McDuck, and you haven't uttered a peep about Obama's $17 T debt.
mutt

Chillicothe, OH

#25519 Feb 15, 2014
Canton wrote:
No, you have made it abundantly clear that you personally like to picture two men in a homosexual sex act whenever anyone uses the common term "Tea Bagger" for people in the Tea Party. Although the majority of the nation instantly recognizes the term being associated with the gaming world or as a slur to Tea Party people, you have your personal right to imagine all the homosexual acts you want.
Tell me where I'm going wrong here ...

1. Teabagging means sucking balls.

2. You are calling me a teabagger.

3. You are choosing that word specifically because of its sexual meaning.

So, apparently YOU like to picture two men in a homosexual act, or you wouldn't be calling me that. To each his own. Just wish you'd quit lying about it.
mutt

Chillicothe, OH

#25520 Feb 15, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
To heterosexual people, it's really weird to see a room full of same sex people carrying on like that.
At the risk of getting the libtards on a roll with Sarah Palin insults -- you know how they love women -- you can put lipstick on a pig, but it's still a pig. No number of marriage licenses is going to make SSM natural.
mutt

Chillicothe, OH

#25522 Feb 15, 2014
kuda wrote:
OK, now you're talking!
What's possessed these folks have been the anti-Obama scripts pandered by Fox, Limbaugh, Hannity and — well, we all know the others. They're music to the ears of mindless people needing a scapegoat to blame for their woes.
Try not to conjure images of Marcus and Michelle tea bagging. That' just not right.
Hmmmm. Well, that's interesting, because I think what the protestors did was really stupid But you've accused me of having the same script they do.

Who's Marcus?

Since: Jan 13

Lexington, KY

#25523 Feb 15, 2014
mutt wrote:
<quoted text>
Maybe it really was a freak show, in the sense that the guests took the traditional hugging, kissing, and crying to an extreme.
Well until your denied your right to your pursuit of happiness im sure you will feel that others people right will be a freak show. Carry on with your narrow minded view on things.

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