“Tenured Marxist Radical”

Since: Jan 13

Ivy League-ISIS

#41 Oct 27, 2013
WISE AMERICAN wrote:
<quoted text> Went right over your stupid ass head! Where have you seen a freakin "Red,black, and green flag being the focus point of any protest by a group of black people against the government in the past 50 years?
You're one of the fringe mouth breathers that are causing the conservatives flack.
I'd make sure you wouldn't phuck up my movement if I were a teabagger attendee. I'd say get your ignorant ass outta here before we drag you away in a headlock. People like you will never wake up because you're prideful simpletons.
http://nycparadelife.files.wordpress.com/2013...
Duke for Mayor

Massillon, OH

#42 Oct 27, 2013
Trayvonius Martinez wrote:
<quoted text>Just like your daughter, you have neither the intellect nor the guts to refute the article point by point.
No Paco...intellect or guts are not the issue, it is a matter of time.

Read that mess. Nothing but conclusory statements. Akin to puffery from a used car salesman or hamburger shop.

By the way...How is the school board?

woof
Duke for Mayor

Massillon, OH

#43 Oct 27, 2013
Wait what wrote:
<quoted text>
And yet if they don't, you will demand it of them. Which do you want, Woofie? Links or not? Pick one or the other - no going back.
How about links to thoughtful critical analysis and argument supported by facts?

Do that, and we can have a debate, instead of a "my Dad is better than your Dad" shouting match.

woof
Duke for Mayor

Massillon, OH

#44 Oct 27, 2013
OK Paco, here we go:
Trayvonius Martinez wrote:
By Paul Acosta
As I hear and read the news and pronouncements from the president and the political elite these days, I cannot help but to wonder about our country’s prospects. It is not as if I have lost faith in the American people, for I have not, is just that I am no longer sure that the will of the American people is even part of the equation anymore. We are being governed by a political class of radical leftist whose capacity for destruction knows no bounds, and by a spineless opposition without convictions who are perfectly comfortable with going along with the destruction of the republic, as long as their own perks are undisturbed.
It feels like a bloodless coup.
Much like it is on third world countries, the accuracy of our elections are being compromised from the top by an Attorney General who has institutionalized electoral fraud. His office will sue any state that attempts to clean up their electoral rolls, or performs the “racist” act of requesting a picture ID to vote.
Although all of our elected government officials are sworn to protect and obey the constitution of the United States, it seems as though the minute they lift their hand off the Bible, they succumb to political expediency and carry on with total disregard for the constitution they have sworn to upheld. Ditto for our judiciary, a large number of our judges are political hacks that couldn’t care less about the constitutionality of a law. They are instead influenced by the desire to advance a political agenda that would ingratiate them with powerful politicians and interest groups.
Nine sentences filled with nothing but very poorly constructed hyperbolic political rhetoric...Not one single factual assertion.
Trayvonius Martinez wrote:
The ever more powerful and growing government agencies like the IRS, EPA, NSA, NLRB, etc. are used as tools of repression to intimidate and crush the opposition without a peep from the alleged Fourth estate. The submissive, complicit media remains silent of these abuses, and it engages in a degree of self-censorship greater than the government enforced censorship imposed by the old Soviet Union in its heyday.
Even our once independent private sector has been compromised. All of our major industries have been virtually nationalized, our banking, healthcare, education and insurance industries can no longer be said to be private. Many of our large, still independent, private sector companies benefit from unabashed crony capitalism, nurturing an environment where “Big Business” and “Big Government” openly collude with one another to share the spoils of the ever shrinking number of American laborers.
Our schools have become indoctrination centers, where the history of our nation’s founding and the principles that made us the greatest nation on earth are no longer heralded. Such teachings would conflict with a curriculum that promotes collectivism and a superficial concept of diversity. The diversity taught in our schools today has more to do with racial quotas, than with a diversity of ideas, independent thinkers are rebuked. A group of people of different racial makeups with identical points of view is the only diversity most schools are interested in. If ever a constitutional conservative speaker is invited to give a presentation at one of these campuses, his appearance is marred with hecklers comprised of diversity minded students, who are often times organized by the diversity conscience faculty, from the diversity friendly school.
Ten more sentences sentences filled with very poorly constructed hyperbolic political rhetoric...containing perhaps (I am being quite generous in referring to the not very clearly defined allegations regarding the power of big business in influencing government) an extremely minute sprinkle of demonstrable fact.

There. Are you happy now?

woof
Duke for Mayor

Massillon, OH

#45 Oct 27, 2013
Since the Cheese Factory must never have taught debate, here we go:
Trayvonius Martinez wrote:
By Paul Acosta
As I hear and read the news and pronouncements from the president and the political elite these days, I cannot help but to wonder about our country’s prospects. It is not as if I have lost faith in the American people, for I have not, is just that I am no longer sure that the will of the American people is even part of the equation anymore. We are being governed by a political class of radical leftist whose capacity for destruction knows no bounds, and by a spineless opposition without convictions who are perfectly comfortable with going along with the destruction of the republic, as long as their own perks are undisturbed.
It feels like a bloodless coup.
Much like it is on third world countries, the accuracy of our elections are being compromised from the top by an Attorney General who has institutionalized electoral fraud. His office will sue any state that attempts to clean up their electoral rolls, or performs the “racist” act of requesting a picture ID to vote.
Although all of our elected government officials are sworn to protect and obey the constitution of the United States, it seems as though the minute they lift their hand off the Bible, they succumb to political expediency and carry on with total disregard for the constitution they have sworn to upheld. Ditto for our judiciary, a large number of our judges are political hacks that couldn’t care less about the constitutionality of a law. They are instead influenced by the desire to advance a political agenda that would ingratiate them with powerful politicians and interest groups.
Nine sentences filled with nothing but very poorly constructed hyperbolic political rhetoric...Not one single factual assertion.
Trayvonius Martinez wrote:
The ever more powerful and growing government agencies like the IRS, EPA, NSA, NLRB, etc. are used as tools of repression to intimidate and crush the opposition without a peep from the alleged Fourth estate. The submissive, complicit media remains silent of these abuses, and it engages in a degree of self-censorship greater than the government enforced censorship imposed by the old Soviet Union in its heyday.
Even our once independent private sector has been compromised. All of our major industries have been virtually nationalized, our banking, healthcare, education and insurance industries can no longer be said to be private. Many of our large, still independent, private sector companies benefit from unabashed crony capitalism, nurturing an environment where “Big Business” and “Big Government” openly collude with one another to share the spoils of the ever shrinking number of American laborers.
Our schools have become indoctrination centers, where the history of our nation’s founding and the principles that made us the greatest nation on earth are no longer heralded. Such teachings would conflict with a curriculum that promotes collectivism and a superficial concept of diversity. The diversity taught in our schools today has more to do with racial quotas, than with a diversity of ideas, independent thinkers are rebuked. A group of people of different racial makeups with identical points of view is the only diversity most schools are interested in. If ever a constitutional conservative speaker is invited to give a presentation at one of these campuses, his appearance is marred with hecklers comprised of diversity minded students, who are often times organized by the diversity conscience faculty, from the diversity friendly school.
Ten more sentences sentences filled with very poorly constructed hyperbolic political rhetoric...containing perhaps (I am being quite generous in referring to the not very clearly defined allegations regarding the power of big business in influencing government) an extremely minute sprinkle of demonstrable fact.

There. Are you happy now?

woof
Conservative

Springfield, OH

#46 Oct 27, 2013
WISE AMERICAN wrote:
<quoted text> It doesn't help your cause when yahoos waving Confederate flags at Teaparty protest are not told to leave that garbage in their pick- up trucks, you're giving the MSM a focus and reason to discredit right wing activism. And don't give me that "freedom to voice opinion" BS.
The Conservative party has got to be formed into a unit of like minded people, who won't stand for throwbacks mucking up the messaging with anti- American symbolism at meetings where the entire globe witnesses the buffonery of a few fringe radicals.
The Teabaggers need Sergeant at Arms volunteers to prevent those ignorant chimps from grabbing the headlines with their bigoted, mouth breathing, circus like antics, that takes the focus off the message that's being conveyed.
Conservatives need some brothas in the fore who came from economically depressed backgrounds, who can communicate effectively to the people that are most likely to vote against the "image" of die- hard southern racist waving flags representing an ideaology that 97% of the country abhors.
As with many things the so-called Stars and Bars has been Bastardized. The Stars and Bars was a BATTLE FLAG for Northern Virginia. Simply a battle flag. It was not a Nation's flag. In fact the U.S. Flag flew over slave states for over 80 years before the various Southern flags came into play. I believe there were 4.

The Confederate National flag resembled the American Flag in some respects but contained only 7 stars for the seven states in the southern union.

The impression of the Confederate battle flag and the true reason for the Civil War has been lost to ignorance and lack of historical knowledge. Very few Southern Soldiers owned slaves or were interested in perpetuating slavery they did however believe in States Rights and that the Federal Government had no place in dictating what they did in their individual States.

“The One! The Only! RUKiddingme”

Since: Dec 08

Jersey, Baby!

#47 Oct 27, 2013
Trayvonius Martinez wrote:
<quoted text>I wasn't aware that having ones own office defined a cube dweller, comptroller (and yes, that spelling is acceptable to Webster, if not booner.)
To the average person, a degree is a step toward a career. That's an undeniable truth. There's no shame in that attitude.
Why would I be envious of your position? My father was a CPA and there's nothing special about it.
HAHAHAA! Look at him dance!

Admit it, Picapaco Nategeorgeleh. You've lost at life.

“The One! The Only! RUKiddingme”

Since: Dec 08

Jersey, Baby!

#48 Oct 27, 2013
Duke for Mayor wrote:
<quoted text>
How about links to thoughtful critical analysis and argument supported by facts?
Do that, and we can have a debate, instead of a "my Dad is better than your Dad" shouting match.
woof
Too late. He already trotted out "my dad is a CPA".

“Seven Days In May”

Since: Oct 13

Hilliard, OH

#49 Oct 27, 2013
Duke for Mayor wrote:
Since the Cheese Factory must never have taught debate, here we go:
<quoted text>
Nine sentences filled with nothing but very poorly constructed hyperbolic political rhetoric...Not one single factual assertion.
<quoted text>
Ten more sentences sentences filled with very poorly constructed hyperbolic political rhetoric...containing perhaps (I am being quite generous in referring to the not very clearly defined allegations regarding the power of big business in influencing government) an extremely minute sprinkle of demonstrable fact.
There. Are you happy now?
woof
On the contrary...you would have failed high school forensics had you employed that nonsense of a post in your arguments. You actually outdid the alleged shortcomings of the original article. If I didn't know better, I'd swear that came from your daughter, who we know isn't a lawyer.
wiseamerican

Toledo, OH

#50 Oct 27, 2013
Conservative wrote:
<quoted text>
As with many things the so-called Stars and Bars has been Bastardized. The Stars and Bars was a BATTLE FLAG for Northern Virginia. Simply a battle flag. It was not a Nation's flag. In fact the U.S. Flag flew over slave states for over 80 years before the various Southern flags came into play. I believe there were 4.
The Confederate National flag resembled the American Flag in some respects but contained only 7 stars for the seven states in the southern union.
The impression of the Confederate battle flag and the true reason for the Civil War has been lost to ignorance and lack of historical knowledge. Very few Southern Soldiers owned slaves or were interested in perpetuating slavery they did however believe in States Rights and that the Federal Government had no place in dictating what they did in their individual States.
In short...they supported a system of slavery that is diametrically opposed to the Constitution.

“Seven Days In May”

Since: Oct 13

Hilliard, OH

#51 Oct 27, 2013
RU_Kiddingme wrote:
<quoted text>
HAHAHAA! Look at him dance!
Admit it, Picapaco Nategeorgeleh. You've lost at life.
By being average? You've removed all doubt that you're a posing low end booner...envious of those who have actually achieved a middle class life.
Lotta rage there, comptroller. You might want to learn how to temper that.
Duke for Mayor

Massillon, OH

#52 Oct 27, 2013
Trayvonius Martinez wrote:
<quoted text>On the contrary...you would have failed high school forensics had you employed that nonsense of a post in your arguments. You actually outdid the alleged shortcomings of the original article. If I didn't know better, I'd swear that came from your daughter, who we know isn't a lawyer.
If you can support those nineteen conclusory sentences with facts, you may indeed have something there.

Have at it.

woof

“Seven Days In May”

Since: Oct 13

Hilliard, OH

#53 Oct 27, 2013
RU_Kiddingme wrote:
<quoted text>
Too late. He already trotted out "my dad is a CPA".
How is that any different than "my dad was a mechanic" or "my dad was a construction worker"? Apparently I was right...you're of low enough status to think being a CPA is some sort of big deal.
Conservative

Springfield, OH

#54 Oct 27, 2013
wiseamerican wrote:
<quoted text> In short...they supported a system of slavery that is diametrically opposed to the Constitution.
"The Constitution that the delegates proposed included several provisions that explicity recognized and protected slavery.

The Supreme Court, in its infamous decision in Dred Scott v Sandford (1857), ruled that Congress lacked the power to prohibit slavery in its territories.

It was AFTER the Civil War that slavery ended.

“Seven Days In May”

Since: Oct 13

Hilliard, OH

#55 Oct 27, 2013
Duke for Mayor wrote:
<quoted text>
If you can support those nineteen conclusory sentences with facts, you may indeed have something there.
Have at it.
woof
Look at Douchie squirm...he now demands that I do what he can't.
How old are you, really?
Duke for Mayor

Massillon, OH

#56 Oct 27, 2013
Trayvonius Martinez wrote:
<quoted text>Look at Douchie squirm...he now demands that I do what he can't.
How old are you, really?
Here's the deal...How it works.

You are the party hopping on the right wing blogger's bandwagon.

That's your burden, not mine.

woof

“Seven Days In May”

Since: Oct 13

Hilliard, OH

#57 Oct 27, 2013
Duke for Mayor wrote:
<quoted text>
Here's the deal...How it works.
You are the party hopping on the right wing blogger's bandwagon.
That's your burden, not mine.
woof
No, Douchie...you were challenged by me and when you came up short (the story of your life) you acted like a child. Will you ever grow up?
Duke for Mayor

Massillon, OH

#58 Oct 27, 2013
Trayvonius Martinez wrote:
<quoted text>No, Douchie...you were challenged by me and when you came up short (the story of your life) you acted like a child. Will you ever grow up?
That is one f'd up brain you have.

That entire cut and past you posted is hyperbolic rhetoric, no different than you claiming that you have the largest penis in Hilliard.

woof

“Seven Days In May”

Since: Oct 13

Hilliard, OH

#59 Oct 27, 2013
Duke for Mayor wrote:
<quoted text>
That is one f'd up brain you have.
That entire cut and past you posted is hyperbolic rhetoric, no different than you claiming that you have the largest penis in Hilliard.
woof
You envy EVERYTHING about me, don't you Douchie?
Duke for Mayor

Massillon, OH

#60 Oct 27, 2013
Trayvonius Martinez wrote:
<quoted text>You envy EVERYTHING about me, don't you Douchie?
Not at all. I enjoy pointing out how stupid you really are.

woof

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