The Three R's: Reichwing Republican R...
ILAL

Paramus, NJ

#859 Jan 24, 2013
Logic wrote:
T.racist has broke out of his cage again and posting lies
More like the dude is having meltdowns like a crackpot who escaped his keeper.
TrollBot

Houston, TX

#860 Jan 24, 2013
ILAL of the Topix 3 Stooges wrote:
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(Another juvenile and inane troll snipped)
Troll. Ignore.

"Helping ignore trolls until Topix lets you killfile the scum."
ILAL

Paramus, NJ

#861 Jan 24, 2013
TrollBot wrote:
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Troll. Ignore.
"Helping ignore trolls until Topix lets you killfile the scum."
Troll having a meltdown. Laugh.

"Enjoying the meltdown one post at a time."
Logic

United States

#862 Jan 24, 2013
ILAL wrote:
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More like the dude is having meltdowns like a crackpot who escaped his keeper.
With the re-election of President Obama, Teddy R The Racist will be meltingdown over the next 4 years if does not self destruct first.
ILAL

Paramus, NJ

#865 Jan 24, 2013
Logic wrote:
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With the re-election of President Obama, Teddy R The Racist will be meltingdown over the next 4 years if does not self destruct first.
He won't be the only one, all the reichwing kooks, conservatards, GOPukes, and Teabagger Nut Loons are all wondering what happened and why their boy, Romney lost.
All they have to do is look in the mirror, America rejected them and their scummy, lying BS.
TrollBot

Houston, TX

#868 Jan 25, 2013
ILAL of the Topix Racist 3 Stooges wrote:
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Troll. Ignore.

"Helping ignore trolls until Topix lets you killfile the scum."
Logic

United States

#869 Jan 28, 2013
Teddy R The Racist has completely lost his mind. He does not know if he is correct o bot, trollbot or a racist.

To me he is simply an ignorant racist known as Teddy R The Racist
TrollBot

Houston, TX

#870 Jan 28, 2013
ILLogic of the Topix Racist 3 Stooges wrote:
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Troll. Ignore.

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ZCs

Bronx, NY

#871 Jan 28, 2013
Rant!!!!!!!!!!

Whole Foods is the supermarket of choice for the Prius-driving set. Which makes it all the more odd that its founder and CEO John Mackey is in the news for saying how much he hates Obama's Affordable Care Act.

In the course of publicizing his new book, Conscious Capitalism: Liberating the Heroic Spirit of Business), on NPR on Wednesday morning Mackey, 59, used the words "fascism" and "fascist" to describe Obamacare. Specifically, he said: "In fascism, the government doesn't own the means of production but they do control it and that's what's happening with the health care program with these reforms and so I'd say the system is becoming more fascist."

Howls of outrage from across the land prompted Mackey to make a partial retraction.

But this is not the first time Mackey's put his foot in his mouth. Here he is on unions: "The union is like having herpes. It doesn't kill you, but it's unpleasant and inconvenient, and it stops a lot of people from becoming your lover."

This is not the first time Mackey has complained about Obamacare either. Three years ago he wrote an op-ed about it in the Wall Street Journalwhich began with the famous quote from Margaret Thatcher: "The problem with socialism is that eventually you run out of other people's money."
ZCs

Bronx, NY

#872 Jan 28, 2013
Teddy R The Racist wrote:
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"I am a troll who should be ignored until Topix killfile me because I am scum."
Agreed totaly
TrollBot

Houston, TX

#873 Jan 28, 2013
Zero Comments of the Topix Racist 3 Stooges wrote:
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(Another juvenile and inane troll snipped)
Troll. Ignore.

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ILAL

Paramus, NJ

#874 Jan 29, 2013
Logic wrote:
Teddy R The Racist has completely lost his mind. He does not know if he is correct o bot, trollbot or a racist.
To me he is simply an ignorant racist known as Teddy R The Racist
It's called having manic meltdowns, Disassociative Identity Disorders.
Either way, he's cuckoo.
ILAL

Paramus, NJ

#875 Jan 29, 2013
ZCs wrote:
Rant!!!!!!!!!!
Whole Foods is the supermarket of choice for the Prius-driving set. Which makes it all the more odd that its founder and CEO John Mackey is in the news for saying how much he hates Obama's Affordable Care Act.
In the course of publicizing his new book, Conscious Capitalism: Liberating the Heroic Spirit of Business), on NPR on Wednesday morning Mackey, 59, used the words "fascism" and "fascist" to describe Obamacare. Specifically, he said: "In fascism, the government doesn't own the means of production but they do control it and that's what's happening with the health care program with these reforms and so I'd say the system is becoming more fascist."
Howls of outrage from across the land prompted Mackey to make a partial retraction.
But this is not the first time Mackey's put his foot in his mouth. Here he is on unions: "The union is like having herpes. It doesn't kill you, but it's unpleasant and inconvenient, and it stops a lot of people from becoming your lover."
This is not the first time Mackey has complained about Obamacare either. Three years ago he wrote an op-ed about it in the Wall Street Journalwhich began with the famous quote from Margaret Thatcher: "The problem with socialism is that eventually you run out of other people's money."
That's what happens when one has nothing to say.
He's an imbecile pig.
TrollBot

Mclean, VA

#876 Jan 29, 2013
ILAL of the Topx Racist 3 Stooges wrote:
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(Another juvenile troll snipped)
Troll. Ignore.

"Flagging trolls until Topix lets you killfile the scum."
ILAL

Paramus, NJ

#877 Jan 29, 2013
TrollBot wrote:
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Troll. Ignore.
"Flagging trolls until Topix lets you killfile the scum."
"Loving the meltdown one post at a time."
Logic

United States

#878 Jan 30, 2013
T.Racist The Dumb Bot is surely having a meltdown
TrollBot

Mclean, VA

#879 Jan 31, 2013
ILLogic of the Topix Racist 3 Stooges wrote:
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(Another juvenile troll snipped)
Troll. Ignore.

"Flagging trolls until Topix lets you killfile the scum."
ZCs

Bronx, NY

#880 Feb 4, 2013
Rant!!!

If the 2012 elections proved anything, it's that words matter. Unfortunate comments about rape by Rep. Todd Akin (R) in Missouri and Treasurer Richard Mourdock (R) in Indiana likely cost the Republican Party two Senate seats they otherwise would have won.

And Mitt Romney's infamous "47 percent" remarks may have cost Republicans the White House as well.

It was so bad that Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal (R) even urged his party last month to "stop being the stupid party."

With that in mind, here's a round up of the 10 most controversial comments — some inflammatory, some just plain crazy — made by Republican politicians in the first month of 2013:

1. "I think video games is a bigger problem than guns, because video games affect people."

— Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.), quoted by Kotaku.

2. "We will look forward to interrogating him at his hearing next week, mercilessly. We will bring him back for only time waterboarding to get the truth out of him."

— Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), quoted by Politico, joking that he'll get the truth out of Sen. John Kerry (D-Mass.) when he faces confirmation hearings to be the next secretary of state.

3. "They are used to defend our property and our families and our faith and our freedom, and they are absolutely essential to living the way God intended for us to live."

— California Rep. Tim Donnelly (R), talking about guns on The Bottom Line.

4. "These are people who are going to have to answer to a much higher power than me about why they have appealed and appealed and appealed."
ZCs

Bronx, NY

#881 Feb 4, 2013
Con't

Ohio Gov. John Kasich (R), quoted by the Columbus Dispatch, saying critics of his JobsOhio program will have to answer to God.

5. "When it's for self protection, you need as much firepower as needed to protect your family."

— Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant (R), quoted by the Clarion Ledger, saying he'll oppose President Obama's gun control initiatives.

6. "Assault weapons is a misused term used by suburban soccer moms who do not understand what is being discussed here."

— Missouri Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder (R), quoted by the Missouri News Horizon, on efforts to ban assault weapons.

7. "He's partly right on that."

— Rep. Phil Gingrey (R-Ga.), an OB-GYN, quoted by the Marietta Daily Journal, on Todd Akn's "legitimate rape" comments.

8. "We may have to shed blood every couple hundred years to preserve our freedoms."

— Former Rep. Joe Walsh (R-Ill.), quoted by Chicago's DNAinfo, adding that conservatives are losing the "war" with Democrats for U.S. voters.

9. "I refuse to play the game of 'assault weapon.' That's any weapon. It's a hammer. It's the machetes in Rwanda that killed 800,000 people, an article that came out this week, the massive number that are killed with hammers."

— Rep. Louis Gohmert (R-Texas), on the Dennis Miller Show, arguing that banning assault weapons won't work.

10. "A holstered gun is not a deadly weapon... But anything can be used as a deadly weapon. A credit card can be used to cut somebody's throat."

— New Hampshire state Rep. Dan Dumaine (R), quoted by the Concord Monitor, opposing a move to ban guns for the chamber floor.
ZCs

Brooklyn, NY

#882 Feb 6, 2013
Rant!

By rights Republicans should have won the Senate in 2010 but didn’t. They probably should have again in 2012 but lost seats. Some degree of the 2012 success was due to the fact that President Obama’s coalition and campaign were more potent and better organized than expected. But the overriding reason was that Republican primary electorates kept nominating candidates who ripped it in the conservative rage bubble but barely survived first contact that with a bipartisan, non-gerrymandered electorate, even in relative conservative states like Missouri and Indiana.

And now with another really good shot at taking the Senate in 2014 (when the banner 2008 class of Dems comes up for reelection), the Republican establishment has decided to step in and take an active role in knee-capping far right and/or wildly indisciplined candidates who they think can’t win or have too big a risk of imploding. In case you missed it there was this New York Times piece over the weekend about something called the Conservative Victory Project, an offshoot of American Crossroads, the Rove affiliated group that was such a big spender last year. The head guy is Steven J. Law, president of AC.

The focus of the story is the possibility that Representative Steve King might run for the seat being vacated by Tom Harkin. And as someone who’s been covering King for years, he really is the perfect example of the sort of thing that does and should scare GOP operatives.

First, in political terms, he’s nuts.

If there’s something ridiculous to say about rape, Muslims, Obamacare, slavery reparations, Obama’s black relatives or many other edifying topics, he’s said it. Probably ten times.(He’s probably about 1/10 of the TPM publishing model.) Meanwhile, Iowa’s a state that has really conservative conservatives and really liberal liberals. So it’s the kind of state where Republicans run a particularly big risk of sending a real wingnut into the buzzsaw of a general election.

What’s interesting about this development to me is that the establishment counter-attack is so unabashedly establishment in nature. Before American Crossroads, Law was the Chief Counsel for the US Chamber of Commerce. So extremely establishment money Republicans, the folks who are animated by low upper income taxes and minimal regulation of the private economy don’t really care or generally want to talk about birth control or rape or Muslims or a lot of the other things that really animate the base of the Republican party. And the message is open and direct: we’re going to stop you from nominating these crazy people.

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