half-breed

Chillicothe, OH

#26779 Mar 11, 2014
mutt wrote:
You're right, but using a word like half-breed to describe anyone definitely IS derogatory, simply because there aren't different "breeds" of human beings.
You can try to twist it around, lie about it, or just blame liberals, but your obvious bigotry and ignorance is showing.
I own my lineage, and I can refer to it however I choose. The real question is why you're using my name to mock me.
ino

Ashburn, VA

#26780 Mar 11, 2014
Do you really believe Fox is the only Conservative media . We know you Lib Commies don't want any Conservative news outlets at all, and would love for all of them to be censored. You must watch it all the time to know so much about it. LOL You are so effin funny when you holler Fox and Teaparty.
ino

Ashburn, VA

#26781 Mar 11, 2014
Harry Reidhttp://www.westernjournali sm.com/exclusive-investigative -reports/harry-reids-dirty-lau ndry/
Pops

Cincinnati, OH

#26782 Mar 11, 2014
mutt wrote:
<quoted text>Hey Grand Wizard Pops, just to refresh your memory, here's a good example of a "patriotic, totally NOT racist" post.
I guess you batshitcrazy rightwingers only notice racism when it fits into your obstructionist agenda...
"Just saying" wrote something just as stupid & unpatriotic as what you post. I never said that I agree with "just saying' any more than you have. Do you have a point?
Or are YOU just as big of an idiot as "just saying"? Is that your point?
Pops

Cincinnati, OH

#26783 Mar 11, 2014
mutt wrote:
<quoted text>Is that what Dahmer told you to say?
Tell Dahmer he's VOID.
That might be interesting IF Dahmer were still alive.
Keep posting such tripe & show what an idiot you are.
half-breed

Chillicothe, OH

#26784 Mar 11, 2014
Pops wrote:
IF I were to say that He's a racist, would that answer your question?
Actually he & Canton are just trying to get your goat.
IF the facts would be researched, a large number of todays "African-Americans" are mixed race themselves, especially if one goes back 100-300 yrs ago whether they admit/know it or not. They have a great grandparent, greart great grandparent or farther back that is NOT pure African descent.
Then those "African-Americans" from long ago created even more bi-racial offspring.
That FACT is one many reasons that I am not a racist myself.
Among many other millions, look at Vanessa Williams who claims to be black. Does anyone believe that she is pure African?
There ARE racist out there? Black racists, white racist, Asian racist,'Native American' racist etc, there always will be, but they are factually in the minority & hopefully declining every year.
I would suspect that there are more racist in Africa where they still combat & murder their own Black brothers because they are from a different tribe, clan, or geographical region.
Thanks, Pops. I agreed. There are very few "African" blacks in the US now ... at least ones with ancestors from the slave days.

I'm actually not sensitive about being called names. I find value within myself -- not in the acceptance of other people. That's why I oppose political-correctness. You can force everybody into silence to give the appearance of conformity, but it's not going to change their hearts ... and it certainly isn't going to make an insecure person feel better about himself.
Pops

Cincinnati, OH

#26785 Mar 11, 2014
half-breed wrote:
<quoted text>
I own my lineage, and I can refer to it however I choose. The real question is why you're using my name to mock me.
Because those of small minds and a challenged IQ have little to no recourse.
half-breed

Chillicothe, OH

#26786 Mar 11, 2014
Pops wrote:
That might be interesting IF Dahmer were still alive.
Keep posting such tripe & show what an idiot you are.
Lol, don't disappoint him, Pops. I'm not sure he could handle finding out that the visions were all in his head.
Canton

Canton, OH

#26787 Mar 11, 2014
half-breed wrote:
<quoted text>
I've never been "caught lying", because I haven't lied. Just because you and your hero declare that something is a lie or void, doesn't mean it is. That's the difference between reality and the fantasyland you two live in.
I've never described myself as a "repentant Jeffery Dahmer". That's another one if your lies, based on a complete distortion of what I actually said. If the truth were known, I think you really just want to talk about Dahmer, and you use this as an excuse. You've got some kind of obsession there.
Canton has you trained well, pup. You remind me of that yapping little dog named Chester on Looney Tunes that used to follow Spike around trying to impress him.
Woa, woa, slow down there St. Racist. You just lied to the entire forum about me disrespecting the founders of this country and then tried to play it off as if you were joking. Anyone can see that and you can't squirm out of it. You right wingers sure do "joke" a whole lot. You are once again a proven liar and a scheming and conniving piece of sh1t. You know...typical right wing Conservative CHRISTIAN Republican. That's you, lil' pooch pooch. Did I mention that you are VOID? Just think of the last two presidential elections if you happen to forget.
Canton

Canton, OH

#26788 Mar 11, 2014
Sure 61 degrees, followed by a foot of snow. Seems normal. Obviously our climate hasn't changed.
Pops

Cincinnati, OH

#26789 Mar 11, 2014
half-breed wrote:
<quoted text>
Thanks, Pops. I agreed. There are very few "African" blacks in the US now ... at least ones with ancestors from the slave days.
I'm actually not sensitive about being called names. I find value within myself -- not in the acceptance of other people. That's why I oppose political-correctness. You can force everybody into silence to give the appearance of conformity, but it's not going to change their hearts ... and it certainly isn't going to make an insecure person feel better about himself.
As far as I know, I am 100% German lineage. Both sides of my family immigrated in the 1880's like so many in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Michigan & many more. But I do NOT call myself German-American. I AM American !!
I don't care 1 wit if someone wants to make a 'Kraut' joke or whatever. I am about as PC as any comedian. Life is too short to be too serious. Everyone needs to get over themselves & just move on.
mutt

Van Wert, OH

#26790 Mar 11, 2014
Pops wrote:
<quoted text> "Just saying" wrote something just as stupid & unpatriotic as what you post. I never said that I agree with "just saying' any more than you have. Do you have a point?
Or are YOU just as big of an idiot as "just saying"? Is that your point?
You said that you couldn't remember ANYONE ever making a racist comment here. I'm just proving your senile ass wrong. Again!
Yep, that "moral high ground" seems to be full of kiddie groping bible beaters and insecure racist d-bags, alright...
half-breed

Chillicothe, OH

#26792 Mar 11, 2014
Canton wrote:
Woa, woa, slow down there St. Racist. You just lied to the entire forum about me disrespecting the founders of this country and then tried to play it off as if you were joking.
What are you talking about? I wasn't joking. I don't believe you respect the founders, based on your comments.

I asked you these questions earlier today: "Do rich people in modern times wear powdered wigs? Are they racists just by virtue of being rich? If not, then what does 'a powdered wigged, silver spoon racist' mean in this day and age?"
Old Guy

Cincinnati, OH

#26793 Mar 11, 2014
Pops wrote:
<quoted text>
I was born 11 presidents ago & don't remember a single one, NOT ONE, blaming the proceeding pres to any degree as Obama has. In FACT, they were respectful & pretty much kept their mouths shut.
It may seem that way to you, but it's not that unusual. What's different now is that you have the cable news networks with 24 hours a day to fill, so every passing comment gets a lot coverage and analysis.

Here's a bunch of examples of the elder Bush complaining about Clinton's presidency:

"In an appearance at a San Antonio grade school on October 13, 1993, Bush expressed concern that the humanitarian mission to Somalia that he had launched nearly a year earlier was being "messed up" by the Clinton administration. "If you're going to put somebody else's son or daughter into harm's way, into battle, you've got to know the answer to three questions," Bush told the students. He said the president has to know what the mission is, "how they are going to do it," and "how they're going to get out of there." Several news reports noted that Bush's comments appeared to violate his earlier pledge not to publicly criticize Clinton during his first year in office.[The New York Times, 10/14/93; The Boston Globe, 10/23/93]

In an interview published in the February 1994 issue of Washingtonian magazine, Bush criticized the Clinton administration's purported lack of a "general strategy" in the foreign policy arena and the "start-and-stop" failures it had exhibited. Bush pointed to the Clinton administration's handling of the situation in Haiti as an example and also criticized Clinton for his policy toward Bosnia...
"The Clinton administration, you'll remember, began by attacking my administration and the Europeans for being weak and rewarding aggression, and they vowed to get tough. But a few months later, they were essentially where we were. They backed away from their bluster, but not without sending the unfortunate impression of a weak and inconsistent US leadership to the world."

In a March 8, 1994, speech in Indian Wells, California, Bush repeated his criticism of Clinton's actions toward Haiti. According to a Riverside Press Enterprise article published the next day, Bush claimed "he did not want to be a carping critic, but said President Clinton must be more consistent in carrying out foreign policy. Bush criticized the president in particular for sending a shipload of troops to Haiti last year and then ordering them home when 'thugs' threatened them from the shore."

On April 8, 1994, Bush gave a lecture at Carl Albert State College in Poteau, Oklahoma, during which he criticized Clinton's proposed health care reform legislation. "This may sound partisan," he told the audience, "but I don't believe it will pass and I don't believe it should pass." [Associated Press, 4/8/94]"

http://mediamatters.org/research/2005/09/20/h...
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#26794 Mar 12, 2014
half-breed wrote:
<quoted text>
What are you talking about? I wasn't joking. I don't believe you respect the founders, based on your comments.
I asked you these questions earlier today: "Do rich people in modern times wear powdered wigs? Are they racists just by virtue of being rich? If not, then what does 'a powdered wigged, silver spoon racist' mean in this day and age?"
your answer....they earn more than minimum wage and are rich.

Rich was defined by Obama as earning more than 250K.

Someone earning 80K is rich to the flock of discontent sheep.

Problem is the sheep are the sheep's problem. The sheep think they are all CEO's and being screwed by the Koch brothers.

PS: Koch brothers like 6 figure salaried employees because they are making him money or would not have the job. And that makes them evil productive rich employees to the matted hair flock of sheep.
half-breed

Chillicothe, OH

#26795 Mar 12, 2014
Old Guy wrote:
It may seem that way to you, but it's not that unusual. What's different now is that you have the cable news networks with 24 hours a day to fill, so every passing comment gets a lot coverage and analysis.
Here's a bunch of examples of the elder Bush complaining about Clinton's presidency:
"In an appearance at a San Antonio grade school on October 13, 1993, Bush expressed concern that the humanitarian mission to Somalia that he had launched nearly a year earlier was being "messed up" by the Clinton administration. "If you're going to put somebody else's son or daughter into harm's way, into battle, you've got to know the answer to three questions," Bush told the students. He said the president has to know what the mission is, "how they are going to do it," and "how they're going to get out of there." Several news reports noted that Bush's comments appeared to violate his earlier pledge not to publicly criticize Clinton during his first year in office.[The New York Times, 10/14/93; The Boston Globe, 10/23/93]....
We were talking about a president in office blaming the preceding president for his problems. The examples you cited were of a former president criticizing the current president.
half-breed

Chillicothe, OH

#26796 Mar 12, 2014
Reality Speaks wrote:
your answer....they earn more than minimum wage and are rich.
Thanks.

I'm trying to find out why Canton used the words "powdered-wigged, silver-spoon racist" to describe republicans in this day and age. He claims to respect the founders. I say, based on the several "powdered-wigged" comments he's made, he doesn't.
half-breed

Chillicothe, OH

#26797 Mar 12, 2014
This is a perfect example of why photo IDs should be required to cast a ballot:

Mummified Michigan Woman Votes in 2010 Election:
http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2014/03/11/mi...

I bet she voted democrat.:)

On a serious note, one of the explanations offered, is that there was an administrative error. WTF? How does an administrative error cast a vote for a dead person?
Old Guy

Cincinnati, OH

#26798 Mar 12, 2014
I just read an article that reminded me of some of the folks here:

"My father sincerely believes that science is a political plot, Christians are Americaís most persecuted minority and Barack Obama is a full-blown communist. He supports the use of force without question, as long as itís aimed at foreigners. He thinks liberals are all stupid, ignorant f-cks who hate America.

I donít recall my father being so hostile when I was growing up. He was conservative, to be sure, but conventionally and thoughtfully so. He is a kind and generous man and a good father, but over the past five or 10 years, heís become so conservative that I canít even find a label for it.

What has changed? He consumes a daily diet of nothing except Fox News. He has for a decade or more."

http://www.salon.com/2014/02/27/i_lost_my_dad...
half-breed

Chillicothe, OH

#26799 Mar 12, 2014
Old Guy wrote:
I just read an article that reminded me of some of the folks here:
"My father sincerely believes that science is a political plot, Christians are Americaís most persecuted minority and Barack Obama is a full-blown communist. He supports the use of force without question, as long as itís aimed at foreigners. He thinks liberals are all stupid, ignorant f-cks who hate America.
I donít recall my father being so hostile when I was growing up. He was conservative, to be sure, but conventionally and thoughtfully so. He is a kind and generous man and a good father, but over the past five or 10 years, heís become so conservative that I canít even find a label for it.
What has changed? He consumes a daily diet of nothing except Fox News. He has for a decade or more."
http://www.salon.com/2014/02/27/i_lost_my_dad...
Duh. He sees the free, prosperous, always-hopeful America he grew up in, being dismantled and rebuilt into a Marxist regime.

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