Pope Che Reagan Christ I

Lodi, OH

#41 Jan 6, 2014
d pantz wrote:
Pope Che Reagan Christ I | 9 hrs ago Trayvonius Martinez wrote: 1. Ad Hominem (Name-Calling aka “You’re aRacist!” etc.) 2. Distracting (aka “Pivoting” aka “Changing the Subject”) 3. Somebody Else Did It Before (aka Two Wrongs Make a Right) 4. Obama Doesn’t Know What’s Going On (Or Did I Do That?) 5. It’s a Far-Right Conspiracy (Or The Koch Brothers Did It) 6. You Heard That on Faux News 7. Argumentum Ad Misericordium (Or “Do it for the Children”) 8. It’s Bush’s Fault
Except for number 7, that's your exact modus operandi.
(We can substitute "do it for the children" to "you are a ni###r" on your list.)"
Duke for Mayor | 1 hr ago Tommy Kirk wrote: <quoted text> You forgot doublespeak: Doublespeak is language that deliberately disguises, distorts, or reverses the meaning of words. Doublespeak may take the form of euphemisms (e.g., "downsizing" for layoffs, "servicing the target" for bombing[1]),in which case it is primarily meant to make the truth sound more palatable. It may also refer to intentional ambiguity in language or to actual inversions of meaning (for example, naming a state of war "peace"). In such cases,doublespeak disguises the nature of the truth. Doublespeak is most closely associated with political language. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doublespeak
Do you mean like this?
Hey Tommy...That sure is quite a point you have made.
woof"
Apply the doublespeak definition to what I wrote. Please explain how anything I wrote fits that criteria. Good luck.
Scheherazade

Reynoldsburg, OH

#42 Jan 6, 2014
Well, I guess I could go with a "pot calling the kettle black" mem to post on this thread, but with Republicans that would just open it up to a tacism debate. Instead, I'll settle for this:

Since we probably won't see a Republican President in our lifetimes again, and since the Republican PArty is so fractured by its own extremism, I'll go on witht he strong belief that our way is working.

republicans are indeed self-centered and regressive thinking individuals, not keeping up with history, so your party will continue to be the losers that they are.....

Ready for Hillary 2016!!

“Seven Days In May”

Since: Oct 13

Hilliard, OH

#43 Jan 6, 2014
Scheherazade wrote:
Since we probably won't see a Republican President in our lifetimes again,
My condolences on your terminal illness. Now many months do you have left?
They cannot kill a Spook

Detroit, MI

#44 Jan 6, 2014
Scheherazade wrote:
Well, I guess I could go with a "pot calling the kettle black" mem to post on this thread, but with Republicans that would just open it up to a tacism debate. Instead, I'll settle for this:
Since we probably won't see a Republican President in our lifetimes again, and since the Republican PArty is so fractured by its own extremism, I'll go on witht he strong belief that our way is working.
republicans are indeed self-centered and regressive thinking individuals, not keeping up with history, so your party will continue to be the losers that they are.....
Ready for Hillary 2016!!
Communism is the regressive line of thinking. Communism has been tried numerous times with many different peoples and has always been a failure. Trying it one more time here will not be.progress but regression back to 1950sthe Soviet Union.

My cat just shit a turd with more brain power than all the democrats combined.
Pope Che Reagan Christ I

Lodi, OH

#45 Jan 6, 2014
Trayvonius Martinez wrote:
<quoted text>My condolences on your terminal illness. Now many months do you have left?
Number 1.
Pope Che Reagan Christ I

Lodi, OH

#46 Jan 6, 2014
They cannot kill a Spook wrote:
<quoted text>
Communism is the regressive line of thinking. Communism has been tried numerous times with many different peoples and has always been a failure. Trying it one more time here will not be.progress but regression back to 1950sthe Soviet Union.
My cat just shit a turd with more brain power than all the democrats combined.
Number 1.
Scheherazade

Reynoldsburg, OH

#47 Jan 6, 2014
Let's examine the Republican 8 (of their many) things to do to avoid an HONEST Debate:

1. Since when do republicans do anything of an HONEST nature??
2. Lay claim to the notion that government is broke, yet find a way to spend money on war.
3. If you don't like the President, just make a claim that he's not really American at all.
4. Blame his wife for his misdeeds or mistakes. Call her names.
5. Relegate your argument to one in which the President and his followers are not adhering to democracy (claim that they're communist, fascist or Islam-loving)
6. Invalidate your opponents by claiming that the only reason they believe what they believe is to get "free stuff"
7. Go transcendental and use Ronald Reagan as your point of reference.
8. claim that's not the way it was done in the "giood ole days"...

“Seven Days In May”

Since: Oct 13

Hilliard, OH

#48 Jan 6, 2014
Scheherazade wrote:
Let's examine the Republican 8 (of their many) things to do to avoid an HONEST Debate:
1. Since when do republicans do anything of an HONEST nature??
2. Lay claim to the notion that government is broke, yet find a way to spend money on war.
3. If you don't like the President, just make a claim that he's not really American at all.
4. Blame his wife for his misdeeds or mistakes. Call her names.
5. Relegate your argument to one in which the President and his followers are not adhering to democracy (claim that they're communist, fascist or Islam-loving)
6. Invalidate your opponents by claiming that the only reason they believe what they believe is to get "free stuff"
7. Go transcendental and use Ronald Reagan as your point of reference.
8. claim that's not the way it was done in the "giood ole days"...
1. You mean like faking claiming they were spit on outside the Capitol? Oh, wait...
2. Because Obamacare and birthday stays for Moochele are free...
3. Kind of like Romney being called a Mexican.
4. The left called Laura Bush a murderer.
5. "Bush is a Nazi, fascist, Christian theocrat..."
6. "Halliburton!"
7. Because the names Roosevelt, Kennedy and Clinton are neeeever invoked by the left.
8. See #7.
Duke for Mayor

New Albany, OH

#50 Jan 6, 2014
Stay away from Che. You should see what she does to avoid an honest debate. It would make a democrat sick.
Neutral Party

Prospect, KY

#51 Jan 6, 2014
Scheherazade wrote:
Let's examine the Republican 8 (of their many) things to do to avoid an HONEST Debate:
1. Since when do republicans do anything of an HONEST nature??
2. Lay claim to the notion that government is broke, yet find a way to spend money on war.
3. If you don't like the President, just make a claim that he's not really American at all.
4. Blame his wife for his misdeeds or mistakes. Call her names.
5. Relegate your argument to one in which the President and his followers are not adhering to democracy (claim that they're communist, fascist or Islam-loving)
6. Invalidate your opponents by claiming that the only reason they believe what they believe is to get "free stuff"
7. Go transcendental and use Ronald Reagan as your point of reference.
8. claim that's not the way it was done in the "giood ole days"...
Another example of Trayvonius living rent free in a libs mind. Trayvonious, you should rent out those time shares as you own a bunch of them!
Neutral Party

Prospect, KY

#52 Jan 6, 2014
BTW, that was a very weak comparison to Trayvonious' points. Best to go play with your Reid blowing Oblamo dolls.

“Seven Days In May”

Since: Oct 13

Hilliard, OH

#53 Jan 6, 2014
Neutral Party wrote:
<quoted text>
Another example of Trayvonius living rent free in a libs mind. Trayvonious, you should rent out those time shares as you own a bunch of them!
The libs here would never pass the credit check.
Scheherazade

Columbus, OH

#54 Jan 6, 2014
Your self-congratulating is hilarious. To think for even one second that any of us "liberals"give any thought to you or your self-centered rambling is ridiculous. I can only speak for myself, but you're a mere toy for us to play with...you matter absolutely nothing to any real political agenda or action and you're nothing more than a disgruntled poster. Worthless, Jethro you are.....

In the real world (off of Topix) we see on a regular basis the hypocrisy, the selfishness and the building implosion of the Rethuglican party. Your dishonest governance, your slave-like acquiescence to corporate mastersand your false claim of liberty while killing in the shadows reveals the true fracturing of America. We're thankful that you old farts are dying off...

Heck even this week we're learning even more examples of your "family values" ....

SUN JAN 05, 2014 AT 07:42 PM PST
Another 'family values' GOP pol exposed as rank hypocrite
http://www.dailykos.com/story/2014/01/05/1267... #

Back in 1986, Florida Congressman Bill Young, a then-nine-term Republican from the Tampa area, received the Family and Freedom Award from Christian Voice, a major conservative religious lobby at the time.

The year before, he had divorced his wife of 36 years to marry his secretary, who was younger than his children and had already borne him an out-of-wedlock child.

This striking detail, among many others, comes from a Tampa Bay Times story by Andrew Meacham about how badly Young's first family was treated by him and his new-edition wife, up to and including writing them out of the printed obituaries.(h/t Wonkette)

Family and Freedom, indeed, if that means the freedom to essentially abandon your family to fornicate with then marry your Congressional staffer and start another family with her. Young married his secretary eight days after his divorce was final, in the House prayer room in the Capitol.
Wait what

Dublin, OH

#55 Jan 6, 2014
Scheherazade wrote:
Well, I guess I could go with a "pot calling the kettle black" mem to post on this thread, but with Republicans that would just open it up to a tacism debate. Instead, I'll settle for this:
Since we probably won't see a Republican President in our lifetimes again, and since the Republican PArty is so fractured by its own extremism, I'll go on witht he strong belief that our way is working.
republicans are indeed self-centered and regressive thinking individuals, not keeping up with history, so your party will continue to be the losers that they are.....
Ready for Hillary 2016!!
Never mind that Hillary allowed her campaign to go broke, and her party received record fines under Bill Clinton for accepting improper donations. Your way is not working, unless you consider expanded and quickened surveillance a success for Americans' freedom. Have you heard about the drones coming to a neighborhood near you? Or the recordings being made of private conversations on public transit? That's your success? If so, here's a movie recommendation for you:

The Lives of Others:
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0405094/

And then add Merkel comparing the NSA with Stasi:
http://www.presstv.com/detail/2013/12/18/3406...

Tell me - have you posted here before as 'frip'?
Wait what

Dublin, OH

#56 Jan 6, 2014
Scheherazade wrote:
Rethuglican
Those who use this term are only interested in mud-slinging, not facts.
Wait what

Dublin, OH

#57 Jan 6, 2014
Scheherazade wrote:
Your self-congratulating is hilarious. To think for even one second that any of us "liberals"give any thought to you or your self-centered rambling is ridiculous. I can only speak for myself, but you're a mere toy for us to play with...you matter absolutely nothing to any real political agenda or action and you're nothing more than a disgruntled poster. Worthless, Jethro you are.....
In the real world (off of Topix) we see on a regular basis the hypocrisy, the selfishness and the building implosion of the Rethuglican party. Your dishonest governance, your slave-like acquiescence to corporate mastersand your false claim of liberty while killing in the shadows reveals the true fracturing of America. We're thankful that you old farts are dying off...
Heck even this week we're learning even more examples of your "family values" ....
SUN JAN 05, 2014 AT 07:42 PM PST
Another 'family values' GOP pol exposed as rank hypocrite
http://www.dailykos.com/story/2014/01/05/1267... #
Back in 1986, Florida Congressman Bill Young, a then-nine-term Republican from the Tampa area, received the Family and Freedom Award from Christian Voice, a major conservative religious lobby at the time.
The year before, he had divorced his wife of 36 years to marry his secretary, who was younger than his children and had already borne him an out-of-wedlock child.
This striking detail, among many others, comes from a Tampa Bay Times story by Andrew Meacham about how badly Young's first family was treated by him and his new-edition wife, up to and including writing them out of the printed obituaries.(h/t Wonkette)
Family and Freedom, indeed, if that means the freedom to essentially abandon your family to fornicate with then marry your Congressional staffer and start another family with her. Young married his secretary eight days after his divorce was final, in the House prayer room in the Capitol.
When Democrats must resort to digging up personal dirt on the Republican party and then throwing in 'family values'- a term not heavily used recently by the Republican party - it reeks of desperation. Really? You're going to throw stones to prove the country ISN'T in turmoil? Not very grown up and not very savvy. Oh, wait - KOS. That explains it.
Scheherazade

Columbus, OH

#58 Jan 6, 2014
Are you friggin' kidding me !?!?!? Your own entrenched thugs are difecting from your existence of bigotry and foolishness....

Texas Republican Judge Switches Party, Denouncing GOP as Party of Bigots and Hate-Mongers
GOP now known for "pettiness and bigotry."
http://www.alternet.org/tea-party-and-right/r...

October 21, 2013

A Republican Judge from San Antonio, Texas, has announced he is quitting the GOP and will seek re-election as a Democrat, saying that he can no longer be part of political party whose identity is based on hate, bigotry and destroying people’s lives.

Bexar County Judge Carlo R. Key made his announcement in a YouTube campaign video, where the image shifts between the judge sitting at his bench and screenshots of Republicans—from Sen. Ted Cruz to state politicians—boosting their agenda or career by harming others.

Key’s words speak for themselves. Here’s a transcript, where he ends by urging others who share his moderate temperament and respectful demeanor to join him:

I have tried to live a life of principles. These principles have been shaped by mi familia, my community and my country. In fact, it is my dedication to these principles which has lead me to the law in the first place and has guided me to becoming a judge. These values are simple. I believe that justice demands fairness. It demands careful and intelligent probing of evidence. And above all else, justice can only be served without prejudice toward race, color, creed or whom you choose to love.

These principles have served as the bedrock upon which my rulings have been made. They are also my driving force. That is why I can no longer be a member of the Republican Party. For too long, the Republican Party has been at war with itself. Rational Republican beliefs have given way to character assassination. Pragmatism and principle have been overtaken by pettiness and bigotry. Make no mistake. I have not left the Republican Party. It left me.
Wait what

Dublin, OH

#59 Jan 6, 2014
Scheherazade wrote:
Let's examine the Republican 8 (of their many) things to do to avoid an HONEST Debate:
1. Since when do republicans do anything of an HONEST nature??
2. Lay claim to the notion that government is broke, yet find a way to spend money on war.
3. If you don't like the President, just make a claim that he's not really American at all.
4. Blame his wife for his misdeeds or mistakes. Call her names.
5. Relegate your argument to one in which the President and his followers are not adhering to democracy (claim that they're communist, fascist or Islam-loving)
6. Invalidate your opponents by claiming that the only reason they believe what they believe is to get "free stuff"
7. Go transcendental and use Ronald Reagan as your point of reference.
8. claim that's not the way it was done in the "giood ole days"...
I quit reading at #1. For your reading pleasure, from a Democratic website:
__________

Obama’s Chilling Secrecy, from Denying Drone Program’s Existence to Stonewalling on Legal Memos

Former White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs revealed over the weekend he was initially instructed to deny the existence of the Obama administration’s targeted killing program overseas. Even though the administration has since backed down from that stance, it continues to stonewall members of Congress on releasing the Justice Department memos explaining the program’s legal rationale. Unanswered questions around the program have held up the confirmation of CIA nominee John Brennan. "For a program that is so far-reaching and that has so many consequences, not just in the world, but for the rule of law, the Obama administration has an obligation to be far more transparent than they’ve been so far," says Jameel Jaffer, deputy legal director of the American Civil Liberties Union.[includes rush transcript]

http://www.democracynow.org/2013/2/27/obamas_...
Wait what

Dublin, OH

#60 Jan 6, 2014
Scheherazade wrote:
Are you friggin' kidding me !?!?!? Your own entrenched thugs are difecting from your existence of bigotry and foolishness....
Texas Republican Judge Switches Party, Denouncing GOP as Party of Bigots and Hate-Mongers
GOP now known for "pettiness and bigotry."
http://www.alternet.org/tea-party-and-right/r...
October 21, 2013
A Republican Judge from San Antonio, Texas, has announced he is quitting the GOP and will seek re-election as a Democrat, saying that he can no longer be part of political party whose identity is based on hate, bigotry and destroying people’s lives.
Bexar County Judge Carlo R. Key made his announcement in a YouTube campaign video, where the image shifts between the judge sitting at his bench and screenshots of Republicans—from Sen. Ted Cruz to state politicians—boosting their agenda or career by harming others.
Key’s words speak for themselves. Here’s a transcript, where he ends by urging others who share his moderate temperament and respectful demeanor to join him:
I have tried to live a life of principles. These principles have been shaped by mi familia, my community and my country. In fact, it is my dedication to these principles which has lead me to the law in the first place and has guided me to becoming a judge. These values are simple. I believe that justice demands fairness. It demands careful and intelligent probing of evidence. And above all else, justice can only be served without prejudice toward race, color, creed or whom you choose to love.
These principles have served as the bedrock upon which my rulings have been made. They are also my driving force. That is why I can no longer be a member of the Republican Party. For too long, the Republican Party has been at war with itself. Rational Republican beliefs have given way to character assassination. Pragmatism and principle have been overtaken by pettiness and bigotry. Make no mistake. I have not left the Republican Party. It left me.
Doesn't matter in the long run. People have changed parties as long as I've been voting for their own personal reasons. What WILL matter is how much of the Constitution is left for him to rule on.

"Judge Carlo Key is the presiding County Court at Law Judge for Bexar County Court #11 in San Antonio. Judge Key was first elected as a Republican in 2010. Today, following his principles and values, he has decided to switch political parties and run for re-election as a Democratic campaign candidate in the upcoming 2014 election."

http://judgecarlokey.com/
Wait what

Dublin, OH

#61 Jan 6, 2014
Scheherazade wrote:
Are you friggin' kidding me !?!?!? Your own entrenched thugs are difecting from your existence of bigotry and foolishness....
Texas Republican Judge Switches Party, Denouncing GOP as Party of Bigots and Hate-Mongers
GOP now known for "pettiness and bigotry."
http://www.alternet.org/tea-party-and-right/r...
October 21, 2013
A Republican Judge from San Antonio, Texas, has announced he is quitting the GOP and will seek re-election as a Democrat, saying that he can no longer be part of political party whose identity is based on hate, bigotry and destroying people’s lives.
Bexar County Judge Carlo R. Key made his announcement in a YouTube campaign video, where the image shifts between the judge sitting at his bench and screenshots of Republicans—from Sen. Ted Cruz to state politicians—boosting their agenda or career by harming others.
Key’s words speak for themselves. Here’s a transcript, where he ends by urging others who share his moderate temperament and respectful demeanor to join him:
I have tried to live a life of principles. These principles have been shaped by mi familia, my community and my country. In fact, it is my dedication to these principles which has lead me to the law in the first place and has guided me to becoming a judge. These values are simple. I believe that justice demands fairness. It demands careful and intelligent probing of evidence. And above all else, justice can only be served without prejudice toward race, color, creed or whom you choose to love.
These principles have served as the bedrock upon which my rulings have been made. They are also my driving force. That is why I can no longer be a member of the Republican Party. For too long, the Republican Party has been at war with itself. Rational Republican beliefs have given way to character assassination. Pragmatism and principle have been overtaken by pettiness and bigotry. Make no mistake. I have not left the Republican Party. It left me.
Hmmmm...I've heard similar words before. As one example:
__________

Sheldon G. Adelson: I Didn't Leave the Democrats. They Left Me

When members of the Democratic Party booed the inclusion of God and Jerusalem in their party platform this year, I thought of my parents.

They would have been astounded.

The immigrant family in which I grew up was, in the matter of politics, typical of the Jews of Boston in the 1930s and '40s. Of the two major parties, the Democrats were in those days the more supportive of Jewish causes.

Indeed, only liberal politicians campaigned in our underprivileged neighborhood. Boston's Republicans, insofar as we knew them, were remote, wealthy elites ("Boston Brahmins"), some of whose fancy country clubs didn't accept Jews.

It therefore went without saying that we were Democrats. Like most Jews around the country, being Democrat was part of our identity, as much a feature of our collective personality as our religion.

So why did I leave the party?

My critics nowadays like to claim it's because I got wealthy or because I didn't want to pay taxes or because of some other conservative caricature. No, the truth is the Democratic Party has changed in ways that no longer fit with someone of my upbringing.

http://online.wsj.com/news/articles/SB1000142...

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