Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#20924 Oct 6, 2013
woo-boy wrote:
<quoted text>To quote your own addle-brained self "MAKE ME". Awful early to be so drunk.
Stick around .....you will get to watch a firing of massive proportion.

Starting next November the war on politicians begins.

The roadblock to socialism has been placed.

The Democrats will not vote on spending bills, and closed the government down.

Democrats want Socialism and demand they dictate what society will do.

They were told no.

Now the tantrums the world is gong to end remind me of a child in the line at the grocery store told no to a candy bar.

We have real free healthcare now for everyone. All this Affordable care act does is socialize our society.

If this becomes law.....what happens when everyone against it quits their job. Defaults, no longer pay taxes, and sign up for government freebies?

Look out warm states, here we come.
xxxrayted

Cleveland, OH

#20925 Oct 6, 2013
woo-boy wrote:
<quoted text>You'd fit well down in Texas where they approved renaming slave trade as "Atlantic Triangular Trade" and are now focused on getting the Garden of Eden inserted into science textbooks.
Well they must be doing something right down there. People and businesses are flocking there like geese. Many are coming from the failed (and in serious debt) state of California. You know California, don't you? It's that state that is going to allow illegal aliens to obtain drivers licenses. But no, they don't teach the Garden of Eden there, and that's what's important.

Funny though, we were always taught that people who believe in God should fear him. With our neo-liberals like you and Canton, we now learn the people who fear God the most are the atheists. LOL.
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#20926 Oct 6, 2013
Canton4President wrote:
There's this organization that used to be called Blackwater, like "drill baby drill" blackwater oil. They were a private mercinary army that was heavily funded by the Christian coalition and who took jobs away from our US service people in Iraq. The very same people who started the private army Blackwater, also started an online "public" school called K12. Not to be confused with K-12.(Also see sneaky rightwing tactics). The GOP pushes for a voucher system that would undermine our current public school system. This is because K12, the rightwing online "public" school alternative teaches Creationism in their science classes and stresses that there is no such thing as climate change, despite 97% of the scientific community believing otherwise. Remember when the Christians were trying to sneak their religion into public school science classes by calling creationism "intelligent design"? This is their answer to that. They are still trying to force their religion in this free country we proudly call home. Imagine if Muslims were trying to sneak their agenda into our public school system. Now, want to see some black and white footage of a Christian preacher yelling about how we need to use homeschooling to shut down the devil in our public school system, or would you rather me post a video of oil billionaire sponsored Sarah Palin telling her church that it is "God's will" to build a pipeline? Oh, and take that fat oil lobby Koch out of your mouths, when you corporate fetch boys speak to me.
last President from Canton was shot. Nice monument for him, but it is closed due to shutdown. That is OK, been there tons of times. Good sled riding.

is is pretty comical you think they would build a monument for you after killing you with laughter.

Some call that arrogant. I disagree. I call it stupid.
18FlatTires

Canton, OH

#20927 Oct 6, 2013
xxxrayted wrote:
<quoted text>
Polls are starting to show how Americans feel about 5 years of Socialism. Sorry, but your lying Dem politicians once again brainwashed you with this nonsense how the GOP is history. They won't tell you how the 2010 elections not only turned the leadership of Congress back over to Republicans, but how the GOP had sweeping victories in Governors, state leaders and even city officials. Republicans kept their leadership of Congress in the 2012 elections as well.
" To recap: Bain invested in Stericycle after Mitt Romney left the company, and appears to have fully divested from the company three years prior to Stericycle beginning its work with abortion clinics. Also, the pro-life organizations that most actively oppose abortion didn't discover Stericycle's connection to abortion until roughly a dozen years after a (Romney-free) Bain Capital made its long-since-expired investment. But aside from all that, Romney profited from abortion! If Team Obama or any of its unofficial surrogates decide to resurrect this inaccurate claim over the next four months, perhaps it might be time for conservatives to remind the American people that Barack Obama was the leading opponent of the Illinois Born Alive Infant Protection Act as a State Senator. The law was crafted to end the barbaric (and documented) practice of abortionists abandoning babies who survived botched abortions, leaving them to suffer and die. Obama has offered various explanations for his multiple votes, several of which have been proven to be false and deliberately misleading. "
http://townhall.com/tipsheet/guybenson/2012/0...
http://www.gallup.com/poll/163427/bush-bears-...
18FlatTires

Canton, OH

#20928 Oct 6, 2013
xxxrayted wrote:
<quoted text>
Polls are starting to show how Americans feel about 5 years of Socialism. Sorry, but your lying Dem politicians once again brainwashed you with this nonsense how the GOP is history. They won't tell you how the 2010 elections not only turned the leadership of Congress back over to Republicans, but how the GOP had sweeping victories in Governors, state leaders and even city officials. Republicans kept their leadership of Congress in the 2012 elections as well.
" To recap: Bain invested in Stericycle after Mitt Romney left the company, and appears to have fully divested from the company three years prior to Stericycle beginning its work with abortion clinics. Also, the pro-life organizations that most actively oppose abortion didn't discover Stericycle's connection to abortion until roughly a dozen years after a (Romney-free) Bain Capital made its long-since-expired investment. But aside from all that, Romney profited from abortion! If Team Obama or any of its unofficial surrogates decide to resurrect this inaccurate claim over the next four months, perhaps it might be time for conservatives to remind the American people that Barack Obama was the leading opponent of the Illinois Born Alive Infant Protection Act as a State Senator. The law was crafted to end the barbaric (and documented) practice of abortionists abandoning babies who survived botched abortions, leaving them to suffer and die. Obama has offered various explanations for his multiple votes, several of which have been proven to be false and deliberately misleading. "
http://townhall.com/tipsheet/guybenson/2012/0...
Awwww. Your rightwing propaganda site believed Mitt when he said he didn't make money off of Stericycle. Too bad the financial records say otherwise. Just like Cheney not making any money off sending our troops off to needlessly die. Just more conniving GOP tactics.(Also see 1001 fake scandals and shutting the government down)

Really, I don't have to explain something to a guy who is too stupid to realize the only reason he is pro-life is directly due to a Christian agenda. One he claims he doesn't follow. Ever wonder what gay marriage and abortion has to do with what the GOP stands for? Here's a hint. Absolutely nothing. Now go figure out why almost every Republican you meet is pro-life and against gay marriage.

http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/2012/07/...
18FlatTires

Canton, OH

#20929 Oct 6, 2013
xxxrayted wrote:
Really? How awful. Imagine the gall of some parents that want their children to be educated with their values instead of the governments! How shameful.
Parents raising children is pretty old fashioned if you ask me. If we allow this to take place, the next thing you know, the parents will be feeding their own children and perhaps disciplining them as well. We can't have that in our society. We know that if we allow parents to feed children instead of the government, they will end up fat and useless. Parents just don't know how to do these things. It's not in their nature.
Just think how a kid might turn out being home schooled. Why, he or she might have hope for this world by believing in God and not hiding under a bed somewhere afraid of the global warming ghost. Why should parents be allowed to instill hope in their children?
The worst part of it all is that these unfortunate children will think there is a higher power than the federal government. We just can't have that. We all know that government is the highest power in the universe.
What we need is to force these children back into our failed public school system and pour even more money into it. Screw what parents want. You know..... It Takes a Village? These parents won't teach their children how to put a condom on a banana. They won't teach their children how gay is normal. If kids don't attend public school, how will they learn to associate with other children? How will they know if they are getting ripped off or not when they get older and purchase recreational narcotics? How will they learn the proper way to go through a metal detector?
Sure. Then we can teach all the children the Hindu creation story in our science classes at our public schools...right? I mean, considering the founders of this nation made it VERY clear that one religion wouldn't be above any other, then I'm sure you'd be OK with having a Satanic prayer meeting at the start of each public school day. You know, like how the Christians did when they forced prayer in schools and added "God" to the pledge of allegiance years after it was written. OI think, since no one religion is to be held above another, the pledge should say "One nation, under Beldarr the moon god..." Fair is fair in this free and equal country...right? Ahhh ha ha ha ha! Eat it, you little lost sheep.
xxxrayted

Cleveland, OH

#20930 Oct 6, 2013
18FlatTires wrote:
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Sure. Then we can teach all the children the Hindu creation story in our science classes at our public schools...right? I mean, considering the founders of this nation made it VERY clear that one religion wouldn't be above any other, then I'm sure you'd be OK with having a Satanic prayer meeting at the start of each public school day. You know, like how the Christians did when they forced prayer in schools and added "God" to the pledge of allegiance years after it was written. OI think, since no one religion is to be held above another, the pledge should say "One nation, under Beldarr the moon god..." Fair is fair in this free and equal country...right? Ahhh ha ha ha ha! Eat it, you little lost sheep.
Canton, global warming must have you confused. The founders didn't care about what religion was paramount to another, the founders just didn't want the federal government to be propelled by any certain religion. That's all they wanted. And we on the right believe the same thing. But you see, words mean things.

See, Congress are those little critters who make laws and impose taxes. Congress is not the public school, Congress is not the judge in a court, Congress are not school teachers, Congress is not city hall. Congress is Congress.

The way our Constitution was originally written, the only people that had religious restrictions was Congress, nobody else. That's why you've never seen the clause "Separation of Church and State" anywhere in the Constitution. It doesn't exist. In fact, when the Constitution was ratified, several states had an adopted religion already.

But since the Constitution was bastardized to somehow mean Congress meant teachers and schools too, the growing trend is for parents to home school their children. There is nothing wrong with that. The Amish do it every day and have been doing it for many, many years.

As people come back home to teach their own children, the public school will shrink, and shrink, and shrink until there is nothing left of them. Who needs teachers? We have the internet. It's also my hope that eventually, some brilliant politician decides to create a law that pays those home school parents to take on other children in their neighborhood. Then parents can not only teach their children, but replace their lost income from staying home.

So bye bye union teachers and overpaid administrations, your clock is ticking. No more jobs with three month vacations.
xxxrayted

Cleveland, OH

#20931 Oct 6, 2013
18FlatTires wrote:
<quoted text>
Awwww. Your rightwing propaganda site believed Mitt when he said he didn't make money off of Stericycle. Too bad the financial records say otherwise. Just like Cheney not making any money off sending our troops off to needlessly die. Just more conniving GOP tactics.(Also see 1001 fake scandals and shutting the government down)
Really, I don't have to explain something to a guy who is too stupid to realize the only reason he is pro-life is directly due to a Christian agenda. One he claims he doesn't follow. Ever wonder what gay marriage and abortion has to do with what the GOP stands for? Here's a hint. Absolutely nothing. Now go figure out why almost every Republican you meet is pro-life and against gay marriage.
http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/2012/07/...
Oh, this is fun, let me try:

http://www.lifenews.com/2012/07/04/left-wing-...
Slim Fensterbrecher

Columbus, OH

#20932 Oct 6, 2013
18FlatTires wrote:
It's because this president is the only president to continually shove down the throat of uneducated Americans that it's still Bush fault. You weak feeble minded low income liberals can't see past the truth. You wouldn't dare say anything contradictory against your party. Wake up and quit being robots people. Both parties suck. If you re-elect an incumbent you are an idiot. Both parties are acting like spoiled 12 year-old girls. The liberal media is feeding you crap and the conservative media is not telling all the facts because the Liberals won't talk to them.
Old Guy

Cincinnati, OH

#20933 Oct 6, 2013
xxxrayted wrote:
<quoted text>
The way our Constitution was originally written, the only people that had religious restrictions was Congress, nobody else. That's why you've never seen the clause "Separation of Church and State" anywhere in the Constitution. It doesn't exist. In fact, when the Constitution was ratified, several states had an adopted religion already.
But since the Constitution was bastardized to somehow mean Congress meant teachers and schools too...
Yeah, that was after some public schools started to have mandatory prayers, so that (regardless of your personal beliefs) students were forced to "mouth words." Some felt that this was offensive. In two landmark decisions, Engel v. Vitale (1962) and Abington School District v. Schempp (1963), the US Supreme Court found that forcing students to pray violated the First Amendmentís Establishment Clause. Nothing in it kept students from praying. But it did prohibit school or state sponsored prayer.
xxxrayted

Cleveland, OH

#20934 Oct 6, 2013
Old Guy wrote:
<quoted text>
Yeah, that was after some public schools started to have mandatory prayers, so that (regardless of your personal beliefs) students were forced to "mouth words." Some felt that this was offensive. In two landmark decisions, Engel v. Vitale (1962) and Abington School District v. Schempp (1963), the US Supreme Court found that forcing students to pray violated the First Amendmentís Establishment Clause. Nothing in it kept students from praying. But it did prohibit school or state sponsored prayer.
The problem here is that it was not Congress that prohibited or endorsed such prayer. Congress is a federal entity while schools were a local entity. Congress has nothing to do with states or local municipalities or how those local governments run their schools.

The restrictions or permissions of local schools have nothing to do with the federal government sponsoring a religion. Again, the intent of the founders was that the federal government not sponsor or write federal laws with religion in mind.
Old Guy

Cincinnati, OH

#20935 Oct 6, 2013
xxxrayted wrote:
<quoted text>
The problem here is that it was not Congress that prohibited or endorsed such prayer. Congress is a federal entity while schools were a local entity. Congress has nothing to do with states or local municipalities or how those local governments run their schools.
The restrictions or permissions of local schools have nothing to do with the federal government sponsoring a religion. Again, the intent of the founders was that the federal government not sponsor or write federal laws with religion in mind.
A majority of the Supreme Court disagreed with you, and that's the opinion that counts. The Supreme Court considered the question of how the Establishment Clause applied to the states in 1947, in Everson v. Board of Education, when the court determined that the first amendment applied to the states as well as Congress.

Writing for the majority, Justice Hugo Black stated:
"The 'establishment of religion' clause of the First Amendment means at least this: Neither a state nor the Federal Government can set up a church. Neither can pass laws which aid one religion, aid all religions or prefer one religion over another. Neither can force nor influence a person to go to or to remain away from church against his will or force him to profess a belief or disbelief in any religion. No person can be punished for entertaining or professing religious beliefs or disbeliefs, for church attendance or non-attendance. No tax in any amount, large or small, can be levied to support any religious activities or institutions, whatever they may be called, or whatever form they may adopt to teach or practice religion. Neither a state nor the Federal Government can, openly or secretly, participate in the affairs of any religious organizations or groups and vice versa. In the words of Jefferson, the clause against establishment of religion by law was intended to erect 'a wall of separation between Church and State.'"

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Everson_v._Board...
Pops

Newport, KY

#20937 Oct 7, 2013
xxxrayted wrote:
<quoted text>
The problem here is that it was not Congress that prohibited or endorsed such prayer. Congress is a federal entity while schools were a local entity. Congress has nothing to do with states or local municipalities or how those local governments run their schools.
The restrictions or permissions of local schools have nothing to do with the federal government sponsoring a religion. Again, the intent of the founders was that the federal government not sponsor or write federal laws with religion in mind.
Sry, Not quite true. Briefly asked, why is there a Dept of Education in D.C. if they have nothing to do with local schools? I also can't see how reduced & free meals could not at least influence any school that recieves them.
That would seem a good reason for school vouchers...freedom away from the Feds!
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#20938 Oct 7, 2013
Canton4President wrote:
<quoted text>
More "predictions" from our local Nostrodumbass. What's your batting average right now, Bunny Foo Foo? I forget...
Meanwhile, back in the REAL reality, gas prices are almost a dollar less than when GW Bush was in and it was $4.00 a gallon. Refresh my memory, little McVeigh. How long ago was that?
you lie as always.

you have no memory.

I predict the government is shut down today.

It is a scream to pick Obama's lowest price in 5 years against the highest under Bush.

Since you wait 5 years to post Obama's price, why did you forget gas under $2 under Bush?
woo-boy

Waverly, OH

#20939 Oct 7, 2013
Pops wrote:
<quoted text>Sry, Not quite true. Briefly asked, why is there a Dept of Education in D.C. if they have nothing to do with local schools? I also can't see how reduced & free meals could not at least influence any school that recieves them.
That would seem a good reason for school vouchers...freedom away from the Feds!
Yeah, look at Whitehat right here in Ohio, boils down to more corporate welfare. One of Kasich's biggest donor's, for profit charter schools, paid for with taxpayers money.
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#20940 Oct 7, 2013
woo-boy wrote:
<quoted text>Yeah, look at Whitehat right here in Ohio, boils down to more corporate welfare. One of Kasich's biggest donor's, for profit charter schools, paid for with taxpayers money.
what does it matter?
D Snyder

Columbus, OH

#20941 Oct 7, 2013
I would vote for Ted Strickland If he was running for Gov. again!
woo-boy

Waverly, OH

#20942 Oct 7, 2013
Reality Speaks wrote:
<quoted text>
what does it matter?
There's Your Sign, now we all know who doesn't live with reality. That was too easy.
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#20943 Oct 7, 2013
woo-boy wrote:
<quoted text>There's Your Sign, now we all know who doesn't live with reality. That was too easy.
I was just quoting Hillary Clintoon.

How does it feel to be baited?

Democrats shun reality, and it was fun to see your agreement.
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#20944 Oct 7, 2013
D Snyder wrote:
I would vote for Ted Strickland If he was running for Gov. again!
I would vote for George Washington for president if he was alive. Thomas Jefferson too.

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