Barack Obama, our next President

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"The road ahead will be long. Our climb will be steep," Obama cautioned. Young and charismatic but with little experience on the national level, Obama smashed through racial barriers and easily defeated ...
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Nostrilis Waxman

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woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>yeah...that boat probably cost more than the house you wish you could live in when you get out of your fleabag apartment...
the boat you will never be able to afford will be back soon...
A four bedroom house with two stair cases going to the second floor, four bedrooms, tiger oak trim, built-ins etc, etc. on 3 acres cost a lot more than your dingy and shack Hyime.

This post of yours just shows you will make stuff up out of anger and that you have issues.

Waxman has no wants for money, nor does the rest of his family, peon.

Remember, it is you that is the angry, frustrated liberal that can't write sentences.

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RoxLo wrote:
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So I tell you that you obsessively puff and huff and you counter by doing some more.
Yes, I remember them too-I thought you claimed you were a female-you stated you weren't when I returned. Meh, I am not going to argue about it. Your confusion about my sex belongs to you. But, this is more childish BS.
i never claimed to be any gender to you.

yes, all of your posts have been childish..i stick to facts..

nothing you say will change the fact that you could not back up your posts.

you just parrot what you hear others say but clearly cannot understand the concept of.

then you just try to bullshit your way out of looking like a fool, and end up making an even bigger fool of yourself.

changing your name won't change your intellect or your ability to think for yourself.

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TheIndependentMajority wrote:
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Bite one goober.
"The IndependentMajority"
"poop" bites nothing, the best he can do is gum something.
Peace

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Nostrilis Waxman wrote:
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"you are enough to insult those you want to use as insults.." ????
Looks like you're missing a word or two, Hyime!
Speak English much, moran?
the normal human brain is excellent at filling in patterns...

what happened to yours?
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If you would like a microcosm to look at which demonstrates the power of class warfare, just look at Venezuela. There are LOTS of monied interests at work there because Venezuela has oil. It also has a democratically elected, socialist government. To listen to the oil interests, the current leaders have impoverished the people and ruined the country. But the truth is quite different. Venezuela's poor are at least holding their own now but they are being stymied in this effort by the capitalist oil interests arrayed against them... trying desperately to force the working classes back into line. It's just a smaller, easier to see version of what's happening in the US.

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Thom Ferris wrote:
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Ok, I'll bite.. what claims did "Marxism" make? Presumably we're talking about Karl Marxism, not Soviet Communism, Bolshevism, Maoism, or any of a zillion other isms that were and are nothing more than blinds for various despots to hide behind. Karl simply had a theory and stuck it out there looooooong before the Russian Revolution or Lenin, or Stalin, or Mao tse Dung. It proposed that if labor in the world united then the aristocracy would bend to its will simply because the alternative would be so unpleasant for them. Why do you think "unions" is such an unpleasant word for republicans now? By keeping the working classes divided and harried it is possible for a relatively small number of people to dominate a relatively large number. It's very simple.
Okay, first you tell me Marxism was necessary to remove the colonial imperial society, now you are (at least it appears to be) denying the it wasn't the ideology that replaced the monarchy.

There is no such thing as pure Marxism-it doesn't exist. The other -isms were attempts to implement it.

I am not buying that giving it one more try will work any better.

What aristocracy is there? This were the modern day version of this ideology gets very lame. The only thing you can overthrow is the businesses themselves that offer work.

I do agree unions were a necessity at one point in history. But, when you start looking under rocks to find aristocracy and create straw men-it loses it focus.
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Nostrilis Waxman wrote:
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A four bedroom house with two stair cases going to the second floor, four bedrooms, tiger oak trim, built-ins etc, etc. on 3 acres cost a lot more than your dingy and shack Hyime.
This post of yours just shows you will make stuff up out of anger and that you have issues.
Waxman has no wants for money, nor does the rest of his family, peon.
Remember, it is you that is the angry, frustrated liberal that can't write sentences.
And yet, here you are, Tevye...
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Nostrilis Waxman wrote:
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A four bedroom house with two stair cases going to the second floor, four bedrooms, tiger oak trim, built-ins etc, etc. on 3 acres cost a lot more than your dingy and shack Hyime.
This post of yours just shows you will make stuff up out of anger and that you have issues.
Waxman has no wants for money, nor does the rest of his family, peon.
Remember, it is you that is the angry, frustrated liberal that can't write sentences.
What's the point of the Tiger Oak trim? Are you going for that dark sort of 20's look?

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woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>the normal human brain is excellent at filling in patterns...
what happened to yours?
Let me get this straight. You KNOW that people can correct errors but still you act like a two year old when others do it.

Are you lacking "the normal human brain that is excellent at filling in patterns..."

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Let me get this straight. You KNOW that people can correct errors but still you act like a two year old when others do it.
Are you lacking "the normal human brain that is excellent at filling in patterns..."
i only make jokes out of others typo's

try to keep your bias from controlling your entire brain..

you are making an ass of yourself on multiple levels now, and you are doing it clearly out of the spite you feel that i have shown you to be a mindless parrot..

so sad for you...i light the fuse and you self destruct...
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Okay, first you tell me Marxism was necessary to remove the colonial imperial society, now you are (at least it appears to be) denying the it wasn't the ideology that replaced the monarchy.
There is no such thing as pure Marxism-it doesn't exist. The other -isms were attempts to implement it.
I am not buying that giving it one more try will work any better.
What aristocracy is there? This were the modern day version of this ideology gets very lame. The only thing you can overthrow is the businesses themselves that offer work.
I do agree unions were a necessity at one point in history. But, when you start looking under rocks to find aristocracy and create straw men-it loses it focus.
Nonsense. In case I didn't explain it clearly enough, Karl Marx was the father of Marxism, put simply. He was one guy with a helper who had an idea and thought it might help a lot of people. Turns out he didn't think it through sufficiently. But there are places that treat the evolved form of Marxism, socialism, with great affection. In these places the tall trees have been cut down and the good of the many is primary, while not overlooking the relative good of the few. It's a subtle difference but a critical one. Scandinavia, Canada, they are places where the urgency to "succeed" or "win," has been replaced by an overall commitment to a good and peaceful life for everyone. But here in the US were are still burdened with the masses of greedy lying little bastards trying to grab as much stuff as they can before somebody else gets it. All we can do is work to erase these misfits.

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woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>no, i did not.ered into a conversation about how the proven false god of abraham that both the muslims and christians and jews worship says they should kill gays.
you couldn't slap your own ass, fool...you can't even understand what intelligent adults are discussing..
"woodenedick000
You are not one of the intelligent adults. You are a lying liberal troll. A nobama asskisser.
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...You know, there's a McDonald's up on Wisconsin Ave with Tiger Oak trim... that where you got the idea?

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Thom Ferris wrote:
If you would like a microcosm to look at which demonstrates the power of class warfare, just look at Venezuela. There are LOTS of monied interests at work there because Venezuela has oil. It also has a democratically elected, socialist government. To listen to the oil interests, the current leaders have impoverished the people and ruined the country. But the truth is quite different. Venezuela's poor are at least holding their own now but they are being stymied in this effort by the capitalist oil interests arrayed against them... trying desperately to force the working classes back into line. It's just a smaller, easier to see version of what's happening in the US.
It isn't due to what you are claiming. The problem is a corrupt government syphoning monies from the public funds-remember this is the country of Chavez who one day decided to take control of the oil fields.

The government itself is the problem.

Sometime here you are going to have realize that governments can be corrupt.

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Thom Ferris wrote:
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That's not true... I've been watching pretty carefully and you focus on your CV pretty much exclusively, whenever you're not deriding someone else's that is. This does not make you an accomplished thinker, rather this makes you a drone who actually believes that the shit he memorized at SIU 40 years ago somehow prepared him to assume his vaunted place in the 21st century as an esteemed educator. Well think again, chubby...
I went to Harvard....

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woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>i only make jokes out of others typo's
try to keep your bias from controlling your entire brain..
you are making an ass of yourself on multiple levels now, and you are doing it clearly out of the spite you feel that i have shown you to be a mindless parrot..
so sad for you...i light the fuse and you self destruct...
So, Waxman pointing out yours did not bother you -got it. Maybe, I was joking you about your response.

I personally think it is not wise to act as a grammar Nazi as every error you ever made will come back to haunt you. But, that's me

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Thom Ferris wrote:
If you would like a microcosm to look at which demonstrates the power of class warfare, just look at Venezuela. There are LOTS of monied interests at work there because Venezuela has oil. It also has a democratically elected, socialist government. To listen to the oil interests, the current leaders have impoverished the people and ruined the country. But the truth is quite different. Venezuela's poor are at least holding their own now but they are being stymied in this effort by the capitalist oil interests arrayed against them... trying desperately to force the working classes back into line. It's just a smaller, easier to see version of what's happening in the US.
When are you moving to Venezuela?
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I went to Harvard....
... and kept the grounds in an impressive state?

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Liberals R Defective wrote:
<quoted text>Have the nurse change you before she leaves for the evening. Maybe she'll listen to your out of touch progressive ranting. No one here thinks you are playing with a full deck.
Damn, I have gotten good at not realizing Ghost is around.

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Thom Ferris wrote:
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Nonsense. In case I didn't explain it clearly enough, Karl Marx was the father of Marxism, put simply. He was one guy with a helper who had an idea and thought it might help a lot of people. Turns out he didn't think it through sufficiently. But there are places that treat the evolved form of Marxism, socialism, with great affection. In these places the tall trees have been cut down and the good of the many is primary, while not overlooking the relative good of the few. It's a subtle difference but a critical one. Scandinavia, Canada, they are places where the urgency to "succeed" or "win," has been replaced by an overall commitment to a good and peaceful life for everyone. But here in the US were are still burdened with the masses of greedy lying little bastards trying to grab as much stuff as they can before somebody else gets it. All we can do is work to erase these misfits.
You are smoking dope....

man is the most selfish species ever CREATED....

if you think that Socialism, a political philosophy cooked up in coffee shops, can suppress that instinct you are just a moon bat...

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