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“Voters elect Big Bird”

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Ohio Cowgirl wrote:
Speaking of Fox News and Rush Limblah blah. Did you know they are getting blamed for why the last 4 out of 6 elections have went bad for the ( r) party.
Also there was a poll taken to see what American Voters thought about Fox and over 50% said they were not reliable, credible and reported politics wrongly.
Just saying..
Hmmmmm,that doesn't explain their leading in the ratings..... I'D question the source of the poll and whom was asked.
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<quoted text> This bunch drank their haterade this morning..lol..
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meaning the s is silent

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okimar wrote:
<quoted text>Hmmmmm,that doesn't explain their leading in the ratings..... I'D question the source of the poll and whom was asked.
Just telling what I heard.

Are you pulling my pigtails?

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Great White Snark wrote:
<quoted text>Jersey Shore leads in ratings too. Thats not saying much. You know how Americans love to watch train wrecks.
That doesn't explain M(es)SNBC's low ratings.

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It sure is easy to get a rise out of you guys..lmao!!

You are tooooooooooo easy!!

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Ohio Cowgirl wrote:
<quoted text> Just telling what I heard.
Are you pulling my pigtails?
I don't do pigtails.... Just citing that polls are only as reliable as the source that takes them.

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okimar wrote:
<quoted text>I don't do pigtails.... Just citing that polls are only as reliable as the source that takes them.
I agree, that is so true, so Fox isn't as good as you claim...:P

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Ohio Cowgirl wrote:
<quoted text> I agree, that is so true, so Fox isn't as good as you claim...:P
As "reliable" as polls fron CNN,MSNBC,HLN,ect..... Like I said,its who was polled and who does the polling. ANY poll can be tweaked to give a sense of popularity or unpopularity of an issue. Keep asking enough different people and pretty soon you have the results you want.

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okimar wrote:
<quoted text>In a nutshell what did you glean,from the program,as our reason(s) to go to war in Iraq?
Got me an answer yet Cowgirl?

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okimar wrote:
<quoted text>You'd do better watching the looney tunes cartoon channel. Better characters and closer to reality.....
^^^Now, THAT speaks volumes!^^^
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Great White Snark wrote:
<quoted text>Jersey Shore leads in ratings too. Thats not saying much. You know how Americans love to watch train wrecks.
no they didnt

www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/jersey-sh...
'Jersey Shore' Series Closer Is Least-Watched Finale for Franchise
"If MTV was hoping for a resurgence in the ratings for Jersey Shore's series finale Thursday night, it didn't get it.
With the final episode of season six airing days before Christmas, Jersey Shore rose to 3.1 million total viewers, up from a handful of previous episodes, but still becoming the least-watched finale for the franchise."

your posts are a train wreck.
going off the rails on ur crazy train
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Great White Snark wrote:
<quoted text>Did you clean that oven yet? Hubba hubba little troll.
its not my fault youre clueless and stupid
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Great White Snark wrote:
<quoted text>Did you clean that oven yet? Hubba hubba little troll.
You referring to anyone else on earth as a troll is the height of hypocrisy and also funny as Hell.

ROTFLMAO!
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Great White Snark wrote:
I'll take that as a no, trolling takes up your time.
we werent addressing ovens
we we addressing your claim
jersey shore lead in ratings
whereas you were proven wrong so
you changed the subject with the idea
you could conceal that your brain is that of a
prepubesent child with a superiority complex

superiority (s-pr-r-t) com-plex (kom-pleks)
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2. A psychological defense mechanism in which a person's feelings of superiority counter or conceal his or her feelings of inferiority.

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lisawow wrote:
<quoted text>Canadas homicide by gun violence rate compared to ours, be a grown up, check facts, then post........
Canada did not fight a bloody war of Independence, they have a different Constitution. Canada is much more rural and has always been less violent, but violence increased after they banned guns and implemented the Registry. The registry cost much more than "expected" and prevented/solved virtually no crime. Registry=confiscation, that was the plan but it was derailed. Do you want the country to follow the Chicago model? 75% of the nearly 700 annual murders go unsolved, strict gun control, high unemployment. No thanks.
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I think mental health care should be easier to get than, say a gun.
In the world there's no such thing as evil . There's only bad and sick.

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Maple Syrup wrote:
<quoted text>Canada did not fight a bloody war of Independence, they have a different Constitution. Canada is much more rural and has always been less violent, but violence increased after they banned guns and implemented the Registry. The registry cost much more than "expected" and prevented/solved virtually no crime. Registry=confiscation, that was the plan but it was derailed. Do you want the country to follow the Chicago model? 75% of the nearly 700 annual murders go unsolved, strict gun control, high unemployment. No thanks.
Actually, Canada did fight some very bloody wars leading up to their independence.

There were four French and Indian Wars and two additional wars in Acadia and Nova Scotia (see Father Rale's War and Father Le Loutre's War) between the Thirteen American Colonies and New France from 1689 to 1763. During King William's War (1689 to 1697) military conflicts in Acadia included: Battle of Port Royal (1690); a naval battle in the Bay of Fundy (Action of July 14, 1696); and the Raid on Chignecto (1696). The Treaty of Ryswick in 1697 ended the war between the two colonial powers of England and France for a brief time. During Queen Anne's War (1702 to 1713), the British Conquest of Acadia occurred in 1710, resulting in Nova Scotia, other than Cape Breton, being officially ceded to the British by the Treaty of Utrecht including Rupert's Land, that had been conquered by France in the late 17th century (Battle of Hudson's Bay). As an immediate result of this setback, France founded the powerful Fortress of Louisbourg on Cape Breton Island.
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Actually, Canada did fight some very bloody wars leading up to their independence.
There were four French and Indian Wars and two additional wars in Acadia and Nova Scotia (see Father Rale's War and Father Le Loutre's War) between the Thirteen American Colonies and New France from 1689 to 1763. During King William's War (1689 to 1697) military conflicts in Acadia included: Battle of Port Royal (1690); a naval battle in the Bay of Fundy (Action of July 14, 1696); and the Raid on Chignecto (1696). The Treaty of Ryswick in 1697 ended the war between the two colonial powers of England and France for a brief time. During Queen Anne's War (1702 to 1713), the British Conquest of Acadia occurred in 1710, resulting in Nova Scotia, other than Cape Breton, being officially ceded to the British by the Treaty of Utrecht including Rupert's Land, that had been conquered by France in the late 17th century (Battle of Hudson's Bay). As an immediate result of this setback, France founded the powerful Fortress of Louisbourg on Cape Breton Island.
I don't dispute the validity nor usefulness of those armed conflicts, but they were not a Canadian War of Independence. You left out the War of 1812, maybe that one left a bad taste in the mouth? Rebellion of 1837? Fast forward over the petit conflicts to the bloodless 1867 British North American Act and 1992 Canada Act. Not anything like the hard fought bloody war of Independence the Americans fought against the largest military power of that day.

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Maple Syrup wrote:
<quoted text>Canada did not fight a bloody war of Independence, they have a different Constitution. Canada is much more rural and has always been less violent, but violence increased after they banned guns and implemented the Registry. The registry cost much more than "expected" and prevented/solved virtually no crime. Registry=confiscation, that was the plan but it was derailed. Do you want the country to follow the Chicago model? 75% of the nearly 700 annual murders go unsolved, strict gun control, high unemployment. No thanks.
You're all over the map! NY state, which today at least seems to be the gray box troll capitol of North America, recently adapted some tough gun legislation. How does that make you feel? Chicago had 505 gun homicides last year. That's a lot, liar, but it's not 700!

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Nonrevisionist wrote:
<quoted text>I don't dispute the validity nor usefulness of those armed conflicts, but they were not a Canadian War of Independence. You left out the War of 1812, maybe that one left a bad taste in the mouth? Rebellion of 1837? Fast forward over the petit conflicts to the bloodless 1867 British North American Act and 1992 Canada Act. Not anything like the hard fought bloody war of Independence the Americans fought against the largest military power of that day.
Actually Canada did fight during the Revolutionary War - on our side.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Invasion_of_Cana... (1775)

I was making the point that Canada's independence was just as bloody as America's. I am well aware of 1812 and beyond.

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