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#98 Feb 14, 2013
Cry Towel wrote:
<quoted text>
And you're the biggest cryasS on topix.
Come here little fella let me dry your teary eyes.
lol

:)

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#99 Feb 14, 2013
Cry Towel wrote:
<quoted text>
No but it's funny watching you argue with a cry towel.
Hug me.
:)

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#100 Feb 14, 2013
Spotted Girl wrote:
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That is the opinion of many. I have a right to free speech, so you have no place telling others to shut up. You are obviously the blind one if you cannot see how bad Obama is doing. And yes, Obama is certainly not doing better than a 2 year old.
Why bother to run? It is all rigged by the powers that be. I could have ran last term, but how would I have gotten the media attention and the funding?
Oh, I have a right to speak. I vote, and I didn't vote for this fool either time.
yes but what about Hillary?

what do you think about her?

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#101 Feb 14, 2013
Sublime1 wrote:
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Are you just dumb or can’t you read? Ignoring his failures? What part of, I thought Bush was a terrible president do you not understand? I’ve already said he sucks. I’ve already agreed with you. Given this, why do you keep insisting that I am ignoring his failures? I know, because if you acknowledged what I have already said, i.e. that Bush sucked, you’d have to acknowledge what I have already pointed out, i.e. just because Bush sucked doesn’t mean that no liberal can ever suck?
Your thought process is so idiotic, I bet if one of your children got a D in a class, you would say that’s a wonderful grade and there is nothing wrong with it, because little Johnny who lives down the street got an F in the same class! You’d probably take your child out for ice cream as a reward!
wow just wow :)

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#102 Feb 14, 2013
Sundog512 wrote:
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Republican policies put people on public assistance and then repulican toadies want to hold democrats responsible for that.
Oh, the glorious hypocrisy.
With corporate earnings so very high and wages
stagnant it's impossible for ppl to make it.

Durning the state of the union the Pres said
something that brought it all the way home.
If you work more than 40 hrs a week you shouldn't
live below the poverty line.
That is in NO way what this country was founded
on. The idea is If you work hard you can get
ahead.
It has not been that way in a very long time.
The middle class started slipping into poverty when
CEOs of companies started taking Every bit of
profit and putting it in the pockets of the very
few at the very top.
It seems to be common sense to me and I don't
understand why so many have a hard time with it.

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#103 Feb 14, 2013
Bill wrote:
Hillary is a cold fish If you get my drift.
No. I don't get your drift ;)

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Matamoros, Mexico

#104 Feb 14, 2013
arctic wrote:
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With corporate earnings so very high and wages
stagnant it's impossible for ppl to make it.
Durning the state of the union the Pres said
something that brought it all the way home.
If you work more than 40 hrs a week you shouldn't
live below the poverty line.
That is in NO way what this country was founded
on. The idea is If you work hard you can get
ahead.
It has not been that way in a very long time.
The middle class started slipping into poverty when
CEOs of companies started taking Every bit of
profit and putting it in the pockets of the very
few at the very top.
It seems to be common sense to me and I don't
understand why so many have a hard time with it.
Actually, that speech was pretty amazing. There's a lot of things about Obama that I don't like and probably never will, but during that SOTU speech, I realized that there are two different visions for America. There is the all inclusive "shining example for the world" and there's the exclusive rich man and his butt licker's club. I much prefer Obama's vision for America.

I don't consider myself a liberal, but in the greater scheme of things, I do consider myself a democrat (even though I have voted for republicans almost as many times as dems). It's just that the view of the republicans these days is more or less repulsive to me.

I am more than willing to deal with issues, but when people obsess about media contrived things like Benghazi, I do get my dander up. Obviously, Benghazi was a failure, but when viewed in light of all the other failures of the party of "no," I find it hard to get all that bent out of shape by it.

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Powellton WV

#105 Feb 14, 2013
Sundog512 wrote:
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Actually, that speech was pretty amazing. There's a lot of things about Obama that I don't like and probably never will, but during that SOTU speech, I realized that there are two different visions for America. There is the all inclusive "shining example for the world" and there's the exclusive rich man and his butt licker's club. I much prefer Obama's vision for America.
I don't consider myself a liberal, but in the greater scheme of things, I do consider myself a democrat (even though I have voted for republicans almost as many times as dems). It's just that the view of the republicans these days is more or less repulsive to me.
I am more than willing to deal with issues, but when people obsess about media contrived things like Benghazi, I do get my dander up. Obviously, Benghazi was a failure, but when viewed in light of all the other failures of the party of "no," I find it hard to get all that bent out of shape by it.
Agreed.

We have real issues to deal with besides
bickering over party line BS.
Like infrastructure.
And his ideas and actions that are starting
America back into actually MAKING stuff right
here......that's just what the entire country
has been wanting.

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Since: Sep 08

Matamoros, Mexico

#106 Feb 14, 2013
arctic wrote:
<quoted text>
Agreed.
We have real issues to deal with besides
bickering over party line BS.
Like infrastructure.
And his ideas and actions that are starting
America back into actually MAKING stuff right
here......that's just what the entire country
has been wanting.
100% agreed. And the thing that was most apparent by the look on John Boner's face was that Obama is the adult in the room when it come to a vision for America.

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#107 Feb 14, 2013
Sundog512 wrote:
<quoted text>Dumb? Mabybe but as long as I'm not as ignorant as you, I'm doing okay.

Sublime1 wrote, "<quoted text>
Ignoring his failures? What part of, I thought Bush was a terrible president do you not understand? "

Ummm....I really don't care "what" you say, Subpar. I'm judging you by your actions. You may have hated Bush (who in their right mind didn't).

Sublime1 wrote, "<quoted text>
IÂ’ve already said he sucks. IÂ’ve already agreed with you. Given this, why do you keep insisting that I am ignoring his failures? "

I'm using the same crystal balls you used when you called me a partisan hack.

Sublime1 wrote, "<quoted text>
I know, because if you acknowledged what I have already said, i.e. that Bush sucked, youÂ’d have to acknowledge what I have already pointed out, i.e. just because Bush sucked doesnÂ’t mean that no liberal can ever suck? "

Was that comment supposed to make sense, or were you being deliberately obtuse?

Sublime1 wrote, "<quoted text>
Your thought process is so idiotic, I bet if one of your children got a D in a class, you would say thatÂ’s a wonderful grade and there is nothing wrong with it, because little Johnny who lives down the street got an F in the same class! YouÂ’d probably take your child out for ice cream as a reward!"

I don't have any experience with my kids getting any D's Subpar, so I wouldn't know. But obviously, with your vast experience in that arena, you do, so thanks for the explanation.

Tell me again how you thought Bush sucked. It pleases me.
Sundog512 wrote:
<quoted text>How do you know what I sound like? With your head so far up your rear end, all you hear are echoes.
Sundog512 wrote:
<quoted text>Yawn.

We're a nation of immigrants and the world is becoming less white.

Tell me again about how some of your friends are black and hispanic.

I'm glad something is "apparent" to you--because from the looks of it, most everything else is still a mystery.
Congrats! In three post you've managed to say nothing of substance. I've said it before ... You can't have political discussions with partisan hacks. It's pointless.

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#109 Feb 14, 2013
arctic wrote:
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I may not agree w/Dems on some things but
to say they Want ppl on public assistance is
wrong.
I wish it weren't true, but I disagree. These are Obama's own words:

"What I think will re-engage people in politics is if we’re doing significant, serious policy work around what I will label the ‘working poor,’” he said,“although my definition of the working poor is not simply folks making minimum wage, but it’s also families of four who are making $30,000 a year. They are struggling. And to the extent that we are doing research figuring out what kinds of government action would successfully make their lives better, we are then putting together a potential majority coalition to move those agendas forward."

What do you think he meant by government action? I think it's pretty clear given that the only thing the guy has done to make their lives better is more handouts. Don't believe me; ask yourself, what has this guy done of significance to better the lives of people who are struggling, but don't want to live off the government. He's done jack. By creating more and more government handouts, he's created his "majority coalition." That was his goal. He's achieved it.

He's got his majority coalition and it includes a lot of people like this:



Folks like her, Sundog, Ferrerman, and Dem represent his base. They have much in common, including matching IQs. They've united as one to form his "majority coalition. They should be proud ... they are winning and making this nation better. Free phones for folks on welfare ... yay!
arctic wrote:
<quoted text>Just b/c they don't believe in pulling the
safety net out from under families in need does
not mean they want ppl on welfare.
Arctic, very few people are advocating pulling the safety net out from under families in need. It's a matter of degrees. The left often times knows no limit. Obama and the left want ever increasing support, no accountability, and no incentives for people to forgo going on these programs and instead provide for themselves, even if that means working harder. That's what they are all about; don't believe me, look at how they structure their programs to "help" people. These believes are engrained into them. They are not about traditional American values of hard work and self sufficiency. That's very clear.
arctic wrote:
<quoted text>And I don't even want to go into this phobic idea that whites are getting ready to go extinct.
Nothing I said was phobic. I personally think as a species we'd be much better off if skin color was homogenous (although even with that I am sure enterprising "activists" would find a way to separate us). The point of my comments were not "white power" racist b.s. I can't stand that shyte.

Rather, the point of my comments were that republicans don't stand a chance given the shift in demographics. Our nation is becoming less white and outside of asians, folks who are not white in this country have much higher rates of welfare enrollment. I don't wish for this to be true. I didn't make this up. It is what it is.

Given this, as they make up more of our population our welfare and usage rates are going to increase (as they have in recent years), this will be good for democrats because the democrats are the party that promises to give more and more handouts to welfare recipients.

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#110 Feb 14, 2013
Blue Goose wrote:
Most Kalifornians love Obama because he's so far to the left.Thats ok,WE arent living with the illegal aliens and thugs...just paying for them to exist.
Wow, open mouth and PROVE your stupidity.......lol!!!

California IS NOT a liberal state like you think it is......but then, that really isn't your point in the first place.......people don't necessarily vote just because they like the Candidate.......they also vote because they DON'T trust or believe the other Candidate i.e Romney!!!

As for your claim about Illegal immigration and thugs......you might want to research that, or is Georgia still a Good Ole White Boy State?

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#111 Feb 14, 2013
African_shadows wrote:
<quoted text>
wow just wow :)
LOL. I'm glad you are here, African Shadows. I can tell you are a thinker and are open to reconsideration upon presentation of new facts. That's a sign of enlightenment. Never be afraid to change your view points when presented with new facts.

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#112 Feb 14, 2013
Spotted Girl wrote:
<quoted text>
I have the right to say what I want without being told by mere equals to shut up. I have never told you to shut up because that is immoral and wrong and only trash try to limit what others have to say. I'm not trash, and nobody has to be. They can quit such behaviors at any time.
How do you know if we're mere equals? Again, you have the right to say and post what ever you want......and I have the same right.....but you think that somehow you get to tell me how to respond to you and YA DON'T.....so, deal with it, ignore it or respond to it.....just know that I'll respond back to you......but truly it doesn't matters to me......lol!!!

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#114 Feb 15, 2013
Sublime1 wrote:
<quoted text>
LOL. I'm glad you are here, African Shadows. I can tell you are a thinker and are open to reconsideration upon presentation of new facts. That's a sign of enlightenment. Never be afraid to change your view points when presented with new facts.
Thank you Sublime.

One thing about me is that I respect different people's opinions

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Since: Sep 08

Matamoros, Mexico

#115 Feb 15, 2013
Discussion? You call people dummies and then claim you are having a discussion? LMAO. Your inability to understand is not a reflection on the substance of my posts.
Sublime1 wrote:
<quoted text>
<quoted text>
<quoted text>
Congrats! In three post you've managed to say nothing of substance. I've said it before ... You can't have political discussions with partisan hacks. It's pointless.

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Since: Sep 08

Matamoros, Mexico

#116 Feb 15, 2013
Jesus, you are verbose. Now if you could just say something when you string all these words together.
Sublime1 wrote:
<quoted text>
I wish it weren't true, but I disagree. These are Obama's own words:
"What I think will re-engage people in politics is if we’re doing significant, serious policy work around what I will label the ‘working poor,’” he said,“although my definition of the working poor is not simply folks making minimum wage, but it’s also families of four who are making $30,000 a year. They are struggling. And to the extent that we are doing research figuring out what kinds of government action would successfully make their lives better, we are then putting together a potential majority coalition to move those agendas forward."
What do you think he meant by government action? I think it's pretty clear given that the only thing the guy has done to make their lives better is more handouts. Don't believe me; ask yourself, what has this guy done of significance to better the lives of people who are struggling, but don't want to live off the government. He's done jack. By creating more and more government handouts, he's created his "majority coalition." That was his goal. He's achieved it.
He's got his majority coalition and it includes a lot of people like this:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =tpAOwJvTOioXX
Folks like her, Sundog, Ferrerman, and Dem represent his base. They have much in common, including matching IQs. They've united as one to form his "majority coalition. They should be proud ... they are winning and making this nation better. Free phones for folks on welfare ... yay!
<quoted text>
Arctic, very few people are advocating pulling the safety net out from under families in need. It's a matter of degrees. The left often times knows no limit. Obama and the left want ever increasing support, no accountability, and no incentives for people to forgo going on these programs and instead provide for themselves, even if that means working harder. That's what they are all about; don't believe me, look at how they structure their programs to "help" people. These believes are engrained into them. They are not about traditional American values of hard work and self sufficiency. That's very clear.
<quoted text>
Nothing I said was phobic. I personally think as a species we'd be much better off if skin color was homogenous (although even with that I am sure enterprising "activists" would find a way to separate us). The point of my comments were not "white power" racist b.s. I can't stand that shyte.
Rather, the point of my comments were that republicans don't stand a chance given the shift in demographics. Our nation is becoming less white and outside of asians, folks who are not white in this country have much higher rates of welfare enrollment. I don't wish for this to be true. I didn't make this up. It is what it is.
Given this, as they make up more of our population our welfare and usage rates are going to increase (as they have in recent years), this will be good for democrats because the democrats are the party that promises to give more and more handouts to welfare recipients.

“Of Course I Can”

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Matamoros, Mexico

#117 Feb 15, 2013
Don't you have a cross to burn somewhere?
Blue Knight X wrote:
<quoted text>It appears you have ODed on liberal kool aid!

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Since: Sep 08

Matamoros, Mexico

#118 Feb 15, 2013
Sublime1 wrote:
<quoted text>
Free phones for folks on welfare ... yay!
You mean the program that was started by Reagan and then extended to include cell phones under BUSH?

http://www.factcheck.org/2009/10/the-obama-ph...

Christ, you people will believe anything Fox News tells you. So predictable.

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Vincit qui se vincit

#119 Feb 15, 2013
Sublime1 wrote:
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Once again, I ask, were there warnings issued by U.S. intelligence and allied intelligence leading up to these attacks on Bush's watch? Were ambassadors of allied nations attacked in the nations these attacks occurred? Despite warnings and previous attacks did the Bush State Department repeatedly deny requests for more security from these embassies? If so, then you can compare the attacks during Bush’s tenure to the one in Libya.
Silly Sundog512, it also doesn’t matter who the republican nominee is … unless he becomes a democrat in republican clothing … the demographics of this country are shifting away from the republican party and away from traditional American values of hard work and self-reliance. It’s shifting more towards reliance on the government and people whining for more and more about needing more and more government assistance.
Why is this happening? Demographics are shifting. Our population is becoming less white. That would matter little to me except, Hispanics are about twice as likely as white people to be on welfare programs. A black person is more than 5 times more likely than a white person to be on welfare. These are facts. Is it any wonder that both these racial groups heavily favor the democrats? Gee, I wonder why?
Republicans were just barely able to evenly compete with democrats for before these demographic shifts. I don’t expect to see one in the office anytime soon.
Pretty soon our country will have more in common with countries where white people are not majority population (and I’m not talking about Asian countries). Every single one of those countries is a shyte hole. Have you ever thought about that? Why is that? Why is it that all these countries are crap holes, yet the Asian countries that used to be crap holes are prospering and in many ways have surpassed us?
Rejoice we have already entered the era of democrat dominance. I suspect even when they have been in power for the next 15 years anytime something goes wrong, you’ll still be saying, but look at what Bush did.
All you have to do Sublime is look across the border to Mexico and see what kind of shape they're in, has anyone ever thought about birth control in that country? lol

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