Who do you support for Governor in Oh...

Since: Jan 13

Lexington, KY

#25534 Feb 16, 2014
Reality Speaks wrote:
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you pursuit of happiness is limited by law.
your useless worn out argument regarding same sex marriage is typical from those who only run their mouth and are devoid of action.
you can form a legal partnership with anyone that is called a corporation. It provides everything a marriage license does, and then some.
in lieu of whining about what you don't have, why don't you just get it done?
in less than a month, you will be legal.
your rights are exactly the same as mine, and your childish spin only proved you lacked the ability to solve problems.
You aren't making sense, first you tell me my pursuit of happiness is limited by law then you say I am not taking any action so which is it. You confuse corporation with marriage two vastly different entities no childish spin just the reality of the situation and no my rights aren't exactly the same as yours so keep denying the truth if it makes you feel better. I know how to solve problems that isn't the issue.
woo-boy

Van Wert, OH

#25535 Feb 16, 2014
kuda wrote:
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He's none other than Dr. Marcus Bachmann, Michelle Bachmann's lovely and talented hubby. Ironically, they run a Christian "pray the gay away" clinic, which as fate would have it and not coincidently is a major beneficiary of federal funding.
Here's footage of him, straight in Jesus' name:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =hCu67Dw05wcXX
Thank you, Jesus, for this gift of the Bachmanns (die Bachmánnerfreude) and your bounty of other gifts.
They also get a pretty hefty windfall from the Farm Bill too. Have for years.
woo-boy

Van Wert, OH

#25536 Feb 16, 2014
joanna50 wrote:
<quoted text>You aren't making sense, first you tell me my pursuit of happiness is limited by law then you say I am not taking any action so which is it. You confuse corporation with marriage two vastly different entities no childish spin just the reality of the situation and no my rights aren't exactly the same as yours so keep denying the truth if it makes you feel better. I know how to solve problems that isn't the issue.
He never has made any sense. He still believes 2-2=5.
kuda

Cincinnati, OH

#25537 Feb 16, 2014
mutt wrote:
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Ok. And?
"And?" you ask? You want more? Yes, I know that Bachmännerfreude is the gift that keeps on giving. Of course, there's more where that came from, but let's not be greedy — everything in moderation, as Benjamin Franklin so wisely advocated for others, but didn't necessarily feel compelled to practice personally. Besides, my wordy contributions tend to annoy the daylights out of "some people" here for reasons only their mental health workers would possibly be qualified to understand, so I generally dispense only in measured doses rather than upon request.

It does goe to show, however, that "real life" offers up a zesty news venue far more exotically titillating than any menu of vulgar synthetic spinning substitutes pandered by the likes of Fox, Limbaugh or the National Enquirer or any of the other printed tabloids. You can't make up "news" that could possibly trump phenomena like Bachmännerfreude, the embarrassingly public life emporium and strangely provocative and amusing times of god's own favorite Christian healers, celebrity politicians and federal fund beneficiaries, Michelle and Marcus Bachmann.

But, thanks for asking.
kuda

Cincinnati, OH

#25539 Feb 16, 2014
woo-boy wrote:
<quoted text>They also get a pretty hefty windfall from the Farm Bill too. Have for years.
As do so many of our other distinguished ladies and gentlemen members of congress who are millionaires. They recently revised the law so that public disclosure of their names is no longer required, since they're so busy selflessly promoting the interests of "we the people™" I suppose they want their self-imposed good fortune to be kept a tightly guarded secret so we don't feel bad about our lower placement on the totem pole of personal wealth.
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#25540 Feb 16, 2014
joanna50 wrote:
<quoted text>You aren't making sense, first you tell me my pursuit of happiness is limited by law then you say I am not taking any action so which is it. You confuse corporation with marriage two vastly different entities no childish spin just the reality of the situation and no my rights aren't exactly the same as yours so keep denying the truth if it makes you feel better. I know how to solve problems that isn't the issue.
if killing and eating 50 year old joanna's was my pursuit to happiness, you want to forget about murder laws?

your rights are EXACTLY the same as mine, and you want EXTRA ones.
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#25541 Feb 16, 2014
woo-boy wrote:
<quoted text>He never has made any sense. He still believes 2-2=5.
can you tie your shoes yet?

and how are you going to spend your raise, when Obama grants you a whole $10 an hour?

in waverly is the mayor paid $10 an hour too?

Since: Jan 13

Lexington, KY

#25542 Feb 16, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
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I think that people marrying their daughters, sons or cousins is a great argument. After all, you keep calling marriage a right. Well it it's a right, how is it not extended to any people that want to marry? This right should only extend to gays and that's it?
Looking at it another way, what if we did allow immediate relatives to marry and not gays? You would really be upset by that. It's an all or nothing deal here. If we don't limit marriage to one man and one woman the way it's been for hundreds of years, then it's open season for everybody.
I've never been married and I'm not missing out on any happiness. I just can't see it. "Honey, I love you, and you love me, and we have this great thing going. The only way we can make it better is getting government involved in our relationship!"
Another thing: you believe that you should have this "right" to force society to accept your marriage, but the people of your society should not have the right to reject it? It sounds to me like you are picking and choosing your rights.
No its not a great argument its the only argument that people against gay marriage cling to. And it isn't an all or nothing deal nothing in life is that simple, still yet to hear a legitimate reason against gay marriage, nobody is clamoring and expressing how it would affect them, there is no valid reason except the truth and that is people don't understand gay people and think they are nasty and sub human, kinda like how it used to be towards women, blacks, jews, and Native Americans. Like I have stated many times I don't need a piece of paper to validate my commitment to my partner the one and only reason for me getting married would be for the legalities and benefits.

Since: Jan 13

Lexington, KY

#25543 Feb 16, 2014
Reality Speaks wrote:
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if killing and eating 50 year old joanna's was my pursuit to happiness, you want to forget about murder laws?
your rights are EXACTLY the same as mine, and you want EXTRA ones.
Seriously you cant come up with a valid argument so your going to equate murder with gay marriage. And once again No my rights aren't exactly the same and I only want what every other straight person has and takes for granted.
Canton

Canton, OH

#25544 Feb 16, 2014
Reality Speaks wrote:
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if killing and eating 50 year old joanna's was my pursuit to happiness, you want to forget about murder laws?
your rights are EXACTLY the same as mine, and you want EXTRA ones.
Creepy. Buffalo Bill creepy.
Canton

Canton, OH

#25545 Feb 16, 2014
mutt wrote:
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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.
Right. There's no possible way that I was talking about Tea Party members when I said Tea Bagger...at least in your mind. If you want it to mean that you suck balls, then have at it. The rest of the country, the internet and anybody you ask will stick with it meaning a Tea Party member.
Canton

Canton, OH

#25546 Feb 16, 2014
Racer X wrote:
Old Fart's very proud of his indoctrination isn't he? He boast of his "edumaction" in almost every post.
Oh mutt. Funny that you felt ashamed enough of your post again to not want it associated with your other screen name. How weak.
Canton

Canton, OH

#25548 Feb 16, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
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Not to mention that it's Congress and not the President that spends most the money. Reagan presided with a Democrat Congress.
Yawn...87% of all of our nation's debt was spent by Republicans. Better go ask the Heritage Foundation for some spin on that one.
Canton

Canton, OH

#25550 Feb 16, 2014
mutt wrote:
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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.
I personally don't cry about our nation's debt like you Tea Baggers do.
Canton

Canton, OH

#25551 Feb 16, 2014
mutt wrote:
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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.
Who was talking about sex? I wonder if anything else I stated when I called you guys Tea Baggers would lead you to believe that? Nope. Now combine that with the FACT that the first 20 or so websites on Google or Bing make no mention of it being a homosexual act and we get a very clear picture into how you think. Stick to telling lies and agreeing with your own posts. VOID
Canton

Canton, OH

#25553 Feb 16, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
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I already replied to that comment several pages back. Of course it was mostly Republicans because with the exception of a few years, Republicans have held leadership of Congress for the last 20 years. It's like when they tell you most people that win the lottery do so with Auto Lotto. Well if 90% of the people that play the lottery use Auto Lotto, then of course most of the people that won did so by using that system. It's simple mathematics.
And here I thought it was due to the unpaid for and needless wars the Republicans always like getting us into.
Canton

Canton, OH

#25554 Feb 16, 2014
mutt wrote:
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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.
Hey, you left out the part where you claimed it was a "homosexual" act. You know. Like you have mentioned in your other posts. I wonder why you left that part out? Perhaps it might have something to do with it not mentioning that on the first 20 sites that show up when you look it up on a search engine. Yet another conniving attempt to try to weasel your way out of something...AGAIN. VOID
kuda

Cincinnati, OH

#25556 Feb 16, 2014
Canton wrote:
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Right. There's no possible way that I was talking about Tea Party members when I said Tea Bagger...at least in your mind. If you want it to mean that you suck balls, then have at it. The rest of the country, the internet and anybody you ask will stick with it meaning a Tea Party member.
Not me. I can't seem to shake the image of Marcus and Michelle trading off between powerful prayer healing sessions to convert gays to save them from Satan’s clutch. It cracks me up.

As does this Bachmann wedding photo:
http://www.google.com/imgres...

Or is it a cut from Kip and La Fawnduh’s pastural wedding scene in Napoleon Dynamite?
http://i1.ytimg.com/vi/ERCzN91JicA/maxresdefa...

Well, to misquote Hillary as rendered in Fox's popular Benghazi script,“What difference does it make?”

Now, for those parting shots:
http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-tCb0n6KJ1As/T1GC-bx...
http://content9.flixster.com/question/57/26/5...

Since: Jan 13

Lexington, KY

#25557 Feb 16, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
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Fair enough. So you want go get married for government benefits. Why should any two people be denied those same benefits? After all, my father is 83 now. I could sure use that SS money after he passes away. Just think of it! Another paycheck every month!
In the United States, marriage is the definition of one man and one woman being untied in matrimony. That's it. This isn't about exclusion or inclusion, it's about changing the entire definition of marriage. The only possible way to change that definition is to allow any two people to marry, or even perhaps marrying several people. But you can't change it to a laundry list of one man--one woman, one man-another man, one woman--another woman. It has to be changed for all people which is where we get into this father-daughter thing.
I know change is hard and yes its exactly about exclusion and it doesn't change the definition, who decides what the definition is anyway. Lets try to keep the comparisons to something that's based in reality. Father/daughter would be incest so that comparison doesn't really fly.

Since: Jan 13

Lexington, KY

#25558 Feb 16, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
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You already do. You can marry any guy you like as he can marry any woman he likes. How can it be more fair than that? It's not impossible for you to marry a man.
Keep burying your head in the sand that will change everything.

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