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#225
Apr 26, 2013
 
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...I've told you before, I have a lot of friends who you claim are on your side...bad news sparky, they'd rather shoot you than have Romney at the helm.
Nah...you're no hater.
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You totally misunderstand me. I've no qualm with any religion that keeps to themselves. Any religion that pushes for their beliefs to be law, I have a problem with.
I lived for may years in the Roman Catholic domain, it was a joke. Plain and simple.
I grew up under the Southern Baptist's, a bigger joke.
Hook, snare under the guise of guilt and fear, hardly the flock of a loving god.
Christians and Catholics are not being persecuted, rather they are exposed.
I have my own faith and it includes a higher power, DMT opens doors that humans can't.
I'm just saying alot of the boof of revelatations was based on psychedelic images.
Psychics. Early Christians were the first mystics, something that is scorned by today's contemporary Christians.

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#227
Apr 26, 2013
 
-Clayton Bigsby wrote:
<quoted text>Is that right?
Fox News finishes first in ratings for week of Boston bombings
By Joe Flint
April 23, 2013, 12:57 p.m.
While CNN saw a ratings surge from its coverage of the Boston marathon bombings, it was Fox News Channel that ended up in first place ahead of all the other cable channels.
According to Nielsen, for the week ending on April 21 Fox News averaged almost 3 million viewers in prime time, with a 1.7 million total-day average.
It has been almost 10 years since Fox News took first place among news and non-news networks in a non-election week. The last time was in 2005 during Hurricane Katrina.
CNN finished third for the week in prime time with an average audience of about 2 million and a 1.3 million total-day average. MSNBC was 19th in prime time with 923,000 viewers and 16th in total with 578,000 viewers.
USA Network, which is typically the most-watched cable channel in the evening, fell to second place with a prime time audience of 2.6 million viewers.
http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/envelope...
If we played poker, I'd own your doublewide in an hour.
Everyone seems to be missing the irony everyone around here denies getting their information from Fox News (or Glenn Beck).

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#228
Apr 26, 2013
 
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Slam duke all you'd like, the ugliness of the Catholic church should be a lesson we should all learn about false tenets and fake leaders.\\
I have some major disagreements with Pope Francis on some critical issues (gay adoption, for instance--which I believe he referred to as child abuse), however, I tend to trust his humility. I have a lot of hope for the man.

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That's the very funny part, you have no clue who I or my family is. You keep guessing but never get close.
I guess the spook part of my life gives me this much freedom, I've had 15 identities over the past 16 years, good luck trying to peg who I am.
The part you should really be afraid of, I know your name, your credit history and your employer. Don't eff with me, you'll be on the street tomorrow if you keep guessing wrong.
K, you don't know sh!t about me or anyone else here. You think you're Jethro Bodine playing a "double naught" spy and it makes you look like you're ten.

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Gee, who the hell is Joe Flint.
Fox isn't near the top as you wish to believe. They sucker a lot of older folk and worse, they encourage tivo'ing their shows just to get ratings. Jon Stewart stomps Bill OH'Really every time.
You've now got your own false news network and guess what, your ideals are despised more than ever.
Kos, you stated this same crap about Stewart beating out O'Reilly way before your last meltdown.

You're flat out wrong. O'Reilly carries the ratings at the 8 PM to 9 PM time period.

Jon Stewart, whom I enjoy, comes on at 11 PM when the Factor is RE-AIRING the 8 PM show. Therefore, there is NO COMPARISON.

YOU'RE WRONG.

Call me a liar, you always do, like when I innocently said my cousin was flying for American on 9-11-01, and argued about it for two hours, but I wasn't lying, was I?

And there was a third thing you called me a liar about and were proven wrong which I can't recall.

You need to get some help. You are so set in your fantasies that you believe them.

I don't think at heart you are a bad guy, but something is not clicking.

I wish you well. Now go ahead and lash out at me. But I don't lie. If I post it, it's either the truth or merely an opinion, and I clearly make the distinction.

I remember back in the 'old days', you and George had a civil one hour conversation on coffee pots. I stayed out because it was obvious both of you were way beyond my 'Mr. Coffee' knowledge. My point is, you were civil and sane.

And am I not correct that shortly before or after the election, you admitted you had voted, or were voting for, Romney?

Who cares? The election's over and we're living with the outcome.

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Yes. I have seen no evidence that he met with John Kerry.
That's because you're clueless:

Kerry meeting with Saudi Foreign Minister abruptly closed

A meeting Secretary of State John Kerry held with Saudi Arabian Foreign Minister Saud Al-Faisal was abruptly closed to press coverage Tuesday morning.

The State Department initially provided no reason for the change, which was announced just 15 minutes before the scheduled 10 A.M. session, but media reports have said that a Saudi national in the U.S. on a student visa is a "person of interest" to investigators probing the bombings at the Boston Marathon on Monday.
http://www.politico.com/politico44/2013/04/ke...

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Hey gorgeous, George negleted the 326 other points of entry to the U.S. Just presenting facts and I still dig you
The lies never end with you, do they?

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Unlike you, my friends are realists. They, like me normally vote Libertarian. They hate Republicans as much as they hate Democrats. We're a small group, but I've known this crowd since I was a teenager. Shooting, hunting, hating government in general has been our thing.
As I told you before, they'd shoot your fake ass in a heartbeat, you vote for Republicans. They hate them nearly as much as they do democrats.
The crowds I hang with hate government in general but have a soft spot for the lesser.
They'll never be on your side.
get it?
Sounds like you need to be reported as a militia group.

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Ahh...nobody with balls or intelligense can point to spot where Obama has countered the contstituton
Lots go back an administration....the constitution got trampled, where's your outrage?
You just keep stepping in it, spy guy:

Court: Obama appointments are unconstitutional
http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-250_162-57565869/...

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GlitterSucks wrote:
Take a deep breath Kosmik, you're starting to sound like truthy from Newark...
Truthy's mental illness wasn't likely to attract attention from the FBI and local law enforcement. K's is.

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#236
Apr 26, 2013
 
WISE AMERICAN wrote:
On a lighter note, Mr. Bo Jackson is in negotiations to build a sports training center in Hilliard!$5.4 million to complete, in partnership with the city of Hilliard.
George, I guess those urban teens will be in your town sooner than we expected.
They'll be watched...if they can afford the price of admission.

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#237
Apr 26, 2013
 
-Clayton Bigsby wrote:
<quoted text>That's because you're clueless:
Kerry meeting with Saudi Foreign Minister abruptly closed
A meeting Secretary of State John Kerry held with Saudi Arabian Foreign Minister Saud Al-Faisal was abruptly closed to press coverage Tuesday morning.
The State Department initially provided no reason for the change, which was announced just 15 minutes before the scheduled 10 A.M. session, but media reports have said that a Saudi national in the U.S. on a student visa is a "person of interest" to investigators probing the bombings at the Boston Marathon on Monday.
http://www.politico.com/politico44/2013/04/ke...
I believe that the "person of interest" turned out to be a victim/witness, rather than a perpetrator.

The dotted lines that you are using to connect the dots that you created are just a bit on the shaky side.

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#238
Apr 26, 2013
 
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I believe that the "person of interest" turned out to be a victim/witness, rather than a perpetrator.
The dotted lines that you are using to connect the dots that you created are just a bit on the shaky side.
Coincidences are generally in short supply in terrorist attacks.

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-Clayton Bigsby wrote:
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Has it ever occurred to you that like minded people happen to...think alike? You people all claim to have never heard of Alinsky, but you use every one of his tactics.
I have have heard of Alinsky and can place him in time.

That is why it is so amusing that the right has just discovered him--20-30 years after people stopped reading him--and thinks that is what the left is using as modus operandi.

It's like Cranberry always whining about Critical Race Theory. Can't be bothered to read or understand anything about it. Just knows that somebody told him it was about "blaming whitey for everything," so he cites it all the time.

Ever actually read Alinsky? Seen his stuff put into action?

Only recent application that I am aware of is the Tea Party.

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Apr 26, 2013
 
GlitterSucks wrote:
<quoted text>As much as you kvetch about the "feud" between me and Reader, at least we know when to go ugh, whatever. Catching up on threads this morning, I went ugh, do you boys know when to just agree to disagree. You two are a great example of machismo and not giving up.
I can give you an Amen on that one.

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#241
Apr 26, 2013
 
-Clayton Bigsby wrote:
<quoted text>Coincidences are generally in short supply in terrorist attacks.
What, you blow up a bomb in a crowd in a metropolitan city and you're not likely to hit any foreign nationals?

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I have have heard of Alinsky and can place him in time.
That is why it is so amusing that the right has just discovered him--20-30 years after people stopped reading him--and thinks that is what the left is using as modus operandi.
It's like Cranberry always whining about Critical Race Theory. Can't be bothered to read or understand anything about it. Just knows that somebody told him it was about "blaming whitey for everything," so he cites it all the time.
Ever actually read Alinsky? Seen his stuff put into action?
Only recent application that I am aware of is the Tea Party.
Alinsky methods are used by the Democrat Party and most leftist organizations as a matter of course. The Tea Party? Give me some examples, Reader.
Yes, I've read Alinsky. He was a devotee of the Big Lie to a degree that would have mad the old Soviets proud.

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#243
Apr 26, 2013
 
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What, you blow up a bomb in a crowd in a metropolitan city and you're not likely to hit any foreign nationals?
A foreign national with his name in White House visitor logs and whose "bad luck" triggers a closed meeting between the US Secretary of State and the Saudi foreign minister?
His visa said he was supposed to be at Findlay, not in Boston. His name was on a terrorist watch list and a no-fly list.
Are you really that enamored of your Muzzies that you're so blind?
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I have a lot of hope for the man.
He is complicit in perpetuating the Greatest Lie Ever Told.

What exactly are you hoping for from him?

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