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In all my posts, I try harder than anything else to make myself clear. I try to state things as simply and unambiguously as I can because I find that that's the best way to convince my readers that Mitt Romney's opuscula are characterized by a preachy arrogance unbefitting to someone who knows so little. I assume you already know that Romney is intellectually dishonest in everything he says and does, but I have something more important to tell you. It's best to ignore most of the quotes that he so frequently cites. Romney takes quotes out of context; uses misleading, irrelevant, and out-of-date quotes; and presents quotes from legitimate authorities used misleadingly to support contentions that they did not intend and that are not true. In short, deception, flattering, lying, deluding, talking behind the back, putting up a false front, living in borrowed splendor, wearing a mask, hiding behind convention, playing a role for others and for oneself—in short, a continuous fluttering around the solitary flame of vanity—is so much the rule and the law among his obtrusive functionaries, who are legion, that I can draw but one conclusion. As you can probably guess, my conclusion is that I, hardheaded cynic that I am, do not propose a supernatural solution to the problems we're having with Romney. Instead, I propose a practical, realistic, down-to-earth approach that requires only that I stand together and counteract the subtle but pervasive social message that says that it's okay for him to indulge his every whim and lust without regard for anyone else or for society as a whole.

On a similar note, Romney has written more than his fair share of lengthy, over-worded, pseudo-intellectual tripe. In all such instances he conveniently overlooks the fact that people often get the impression that the most harebrained masters of deceit you'll ever see and Romney's lapdogs are separate entities. Not so. When one catches cold, the other sneezes. As proof, note that the spirits of our ancestors grieve as they watch Romney make me the target of a constant, consistent, systematic, sustained campaign of attacks. In this case, one cannot help but recall that we desperately need to take stock of what we know, identify areas for further research, and provide a useful starting point for debate on Romney's delirious magic-bullet explanations. It's not enough merely to keep our heads down and pray that Romney doesn't assuage the hungers of his shills with servings of fresh scapegoats. As I like to say, if you set the bar low, you jump low.

Romney keeps telling us that he can save the country by destroying the enviroment. Are we also supposed to believe that society is screaming for his slogans? I didn't think so. I have an intense dislike of philopolemical fabricators. Fortunately, philopolemical fabricators don't normally lash out at everyone and everything in sight. Romney, in contrast, does little else, which leads me to believe that I can unequivocally suggest how he ought to behave. Ultimately, however, the burden of acting with moral rectitude lies with Romney himself. I would like to end on a heartfelt note. I once heard someone remark with mordant wit that none of Mitt Romney's plans for the future changes my mind about anything.
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Mogakai wrote:
In all my posts, I try harder than anything else to make myself clear. I try to state things as simply and unambiguously as I can because I find that that's the best way to convince my readers that Mitt Romney's opuscula are characterized by a preachy arrogance unbefitting to someone who knows so little. I assume you already know that Romney is intellectually dishonest in everything he says and does, but I have something more important to tell you. It's best to ignore most of the quotes that he so frequently cites. Romney takes quotes out of context; uses misleading, irrelevant, and out-of-date quotes; and presents quotes from legitimate authorities used misleadingly to support contentions that they did not intend and that are not true. In short, deception, flattering, lying, deluding, talking behind the back, putting up a false front, living in borrowed splendor, wearing a mask, hiding behind convention, playing a role for others and for oneself—in short, a continuous fluttering around the solitary flame of vanity—is so much the rule and the law among his obtrusive functionaries, who are legion, that I can draw but one conclusion. As you can probably guess, my conclusion is that I, hardheaded cynic that I am, do not propose a supernatural solution to the problems we're having with Romney. Instead, I propose a practical, realistic, down-to-earth approach that requires only that I stand together and counteract the subtle but pervasive social message that says that it's okay for him to indulge his every whim and lust without regard for anyone else or for society as a whole.
On a similar note, Romney has written more than his fair share of lengthy, over-worded, pseudo-intellectual tripe. In all such instances he conveniently overlooks the fact that people often get the impression that the most harebrained masters of deceit you'll ever see and Romney's lapdogs are separate entities. Not so. When one catches cold, the other sneezes. As proof, note that the spirits of our ancestors grieve as they watch Romney make me the target of a constant, consistent, systematic, sustained campaign of attacks. In this case, one cannot help but recall that we desperately need to take stock of what we know, identify areas for further research, and provide a useful starting point for debate on Romney's delirious magic-bullet explanations. It's not enough merely to keep our heads down and pray that Romney doesn't assuage the hungers of his shills with servings of fresh scapegoats. As I like to say, if you set the bar low, you jump low.
Romney keeps telling us that he can save the country by destroying the enviroment. Are we also supposed to believe that society is screaming for his slogans? I didn't think so. I have an intense dislike of philopolemical fabricators. Fortunately, philopolemical fabricators don't normally lash out at everyone and everything in sight. Romney, in contrast, does little else, which leads me to believe that I can unequivocally suggest how he ought to behave. Ultimately, however, the burden of acting with moral rectitude lies with Romney himself. I would like to end on a heartfelt note. I once heard someone remark with mordant wit that none of Mitt Romney's plans for the future changes my mind about anything.
I hope you are buried in a pig skin when you die.
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Nov 3, 2012
 
Obozo needs a new job wrote:
<quoted text>I hope you are buried in a pig skin when you die.
Maybe you'll be buried in a pine box, you fat, filthy pig.
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Too wordy, verbose. Know your reader, dumbo.
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The only choice wrote:
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Maybe you'll be buried in a pine box, you fat, filthy pig.
When you die, I will piss on your grave,,,, go shyt in ur hatdypshyt
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The only choice wrote:
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Maybe you'll be buried in a pine box, you fat, filthy pig.
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Mogakai wrote:
In all my posts, I try harder than anything else to make myself clear. I try to state things as simply and unambiguously as I can because I find that that's the best way to convince my readers that Mitt Romney's opuscula are characterized by a preachy arrogance unbefitting to someone who knows so little. I assume you already know that Romney is intellectually dishonest in everything he says and does, but I have something more important to tell you. It's best to ignore most of the quotes that he so frequently cites. Romney takes quotes out of context; uses misleading, irrelevant, and out-of-date quotes; and presents quotes from legitimate authorities used misleadingly to support contentions that they did not intend and that are not true. In short, deception, flattering, lying, deluding, talking behind the back, putting up a false front, living in borrowed splendor, wearing a mask, hiding behind convention, playing a role for others and for oneself?in short, a continuous fluttering around the solitary flame of vanity?is so much the rule and the law among his obtrusive functionaries, who are legion, that I can draw but one conclusion. As you can probably guess, my conclusion is that I, hardheaded cynic that I am, do not propose a supernatural solution to the problems we're having with Romney. Instead, I propose a practical, realistic, down-to-earth approach that requires only that I stand together and counteract the subtle but pervasive social message that says that it's okay for him to indulge his every whim and lust without regard for anyone else or for society as a whole.
On a similar note, Romney has written more than his fair share of lengthy, over-worded, pseudo-intellectual tripe. In all such instances he conveniently overlooks the fact that people often get the impression that the most harebrained masters of deceit you'll ever see and Romney's lapdogs are separate entities. Not so. When one catches cold, the other sneezes. As proof, note that the spirits of our ancestors grieve as they watch Romney make me the target of a constant, consistent, systematic, sustained campaign of attacks. In this case, one cannot help but recall that we desperately need to take stock of what we know, identify areas for further research, and provide a useful starting point for debate on Romney's delirious magic-bullet explanations. It's not enough merely to keep our heads down and pray that Romney doesn't assuage the hungers of his shills with servings of fresh scapegoats. As I like to say, if you set the bar low, you jump low.
Romney keeps telling us that he can save the country by destroying the enviroment. Are we also supposed to believe that society is screaming for his slogans? I didn't think so. I have an intense dislike of philopolemical fabricators. Fortunately, philopolemical fabricators don't normally lash out at everyone and everything in sight. Romney, in contrast, does little else, which leads me to believe that I can unequivocally suggest how he ought to behave. Ultimately, however, the burden of acting with moral rectitude lies with Romney himself. I would like to end on a heartfelt note. I once heard someone remark with mordant wit that none of Mitt Romney's plans for the future changes my mind about anything.
Nicely done!

Kudos to you for a well put statement.
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Nov 5, 2012
 
In his new book,“The Liberal War on Transparency,” Horner details how multiple officials, including former Deputy White House Chief of Staff Jim Messina, conducted business on private email accounts so those communications would never end up on the public record. Messina, who is now manager of the Obama re-election effort, used a personal email account to negotiate with the drug industry and bring them on board the push to pass Obamacare in exchange for $4 billion in incentives.”
http://thehill.com/blogs/floor-action/house/2...
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Nov 5, 2012
 

“2014 ! The Bar is Open !”

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Nov 5, 2012
 
Mogakai wrote:
In all my posts, I try harder than anything else to make myself clear. I try to state things as simply and unambiguously as I can because I find that that's the best way to convince my readers that Mitt Romney's opuscula are characterized by a preachy arrogance unbefitting to someone who knows so little. I assume you already know that Romney is intellectually dishonest in everything he says and does, but I have something more important to tell you. It's best to ignore most of the quotes that he so frequently cites. Romney takes quotes out of context; uses misleading, irrelevant, and out-of-date quotes; and presents quotes from legitimate authorities used misleadingly to support contentions that they did not intend and that are not true. In short, deception, flattering, lying, deluding, talking behind the back, putting up a false front, living in borrowed splendor, wearing a mask, hiding behind convention, playing a role for others and for oneself—in short, a continuous fluttering around the solitary flame of vanity—is so much the rule and the law among his obtrusive functionaries, who are legion, that I can draw but one conclusion. As you can probably guess, my conclusion is that I, hardheaded cynic that I am, do not propose a supernatural solution to the problems we're having with Romney. Instead, I propose a practical, realistic, down-to-earth approach that requires only that I stand together and counteract the subtle but pervasive social message that says that it's okay for him to indulge his every whim and lust without regard for anyone else or for society as a whole.
On a similar note, Romney has written more than his fair share of lengthy, over-worded, pseudo-intellectual tripe. In all such instances he conveniently overlooks the fact that people often get the impression that the most harebrained masters of deceit you'll ever see and Romney's lapdogs are separate entities. Not so. When one catches cold, the other sneezes. As proof, note that the spirits of our ancestors grieve as they watch Romney make me the target of a constant, consistent, systematic, sustained campaign of attacks. In this case, one cannot help but recall that we desperately need to take stock of what we know, identify areas for further research, and provide a useful starting point for debate on Romney's delirious magic-bullet explanations. It's not enough merely to keep our heads down and pray that Romney doesn't assuage the hungers of his shills with servings of fresh scapegoats. As I like to say, if you set the bar low, you jump low.
Romney keeps telling us that he can save the country by destroying the enviroment. Are we also supposed to believe that society is screaming for his slogans? I didn't think so. I have an intense dislike of philopolemical fabricators. Fortunately, philopolemical fabricators don't normally lash out at everyone and everything in sight. Romney, in contrast, does little else, which leads me to believe that I can unequivocally suggest how he ought to behave. Ultimately, however, the burden of acting with moral rectitude lies with Romney himself. I would like to end on a heartfelt note. I once heard someone remark with mordant wit that none of Mitt Romney's plans for the future changes my mind about anything.
nice; first Liberal in Topix history to post three straight sentences without 'Cutting and Pasting'. I don't agree with it, but it's impressive
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Nov 5, 2012
 
Mogakai wrote:
In all my posts, I try harder than anything else to make myself clear. I try to state things as simply and unambiguously as I can because I find that that's the best way to convince my readers that Mitt Romney's opuscula are characterized by a preachy arrogance unbefitting to someone who knows so little. I assume you already know that Romney is intellectually dishonest in everything he says and does, but I have something more important to tell you. It's best to ignore most of the quotes that he so frequently cites. Romney takes quotes out of context; uses misleading, irrelevant, and out-of-date quotes; and presents quotes from legitimate authorities used misleadingly to support contentions that they did not intend and that are not true. In short, deception, flattering, lying, deluding, talking behind the back, putting up a false front, living in borrowed splendor, wearing a mask, hiding behind convention, playing a role for others and for oneself—in short, a continuous fluttering around the solitary flame of vanity—is so much the rule and the law among his obtrusive functionaries, who are legion, that I can draw but one conclusion. As you can probably guess, my conclusion is that I, hardheaded cynic that I am, do not propose a supernatural solution to the problems we're having with Romney. Instead, I propose a practical, realistic, down-to-earth approach that requires only that I stand together and counteract the subtle but pervasive social message that says that it's okay for him to indulge his every whim and lust without regard for anyone else or for society as a whole.
On a similar note, Romney has written more than his fair share of lengthy, over-worded, pseudo-intellectual tripe. In all such instances he conveniently overlooks the fact that people often get the impression that the most harebrained masters of deceit you'll ever see and Romney's lapdogs are separate entities. Not so. When one catches cold, the other sneezes. As proof, note that the spirits of our ancestors grieve as they watch Romney make me the target of a constant, consistent, systematic, sustained campaign of attacks. In this case, one cannot help but recall that we desperately need to take stock of what we know, identify areas for further research, and provide a useful starting point for debate on Romney's delirious magic-bullet explanations. It's not enough merely to keep our heads down and pray that Romney doesn't assuage the hungers of his shills with servings of fresh scapegoats. As I like to say, if you set the bar low, you jump low.
Romney keeps telling us that he can save the country by destroying the enviroment. Are we also supposed to believe that society is screaming for his slogans? I didn't think so. I have an intense dislike of philopolemical fabricators. Fortunately, philopolemical fabricators don't normally lash out at everyone and everything in sight. Romney, in contrast, does little else, which leads me to believe that I can unequivocally suggest how he ought to behave. Ultimately, however, the burden of acting with moral rectitude lies with Romney himself. I would like to end on a heartfelt note. I once heard someone remark with mordant wit that none of Mitt Romney's plans for the future changes my mind about anything.
All your posts? All 13 of them?
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Nov 7, 2012
 
One term Obama wrote:
<quoted text>When you die, I will piss on your grave,,,, go shyt in ur hatdypshyt
Name calling, WOW that's impressive.
I guess that's what lower level primates have to work with since intelligence isn't on your side.
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Nov 7, 2012
 
Mogakai wrote:
In all my posts, I try harder than anything else to make myself clear. I try to state things as simply and unambiguously as I can because I find that that's the best way to convince my readers that Mitt Romney's opuscula are characterized by a preachy arrogance unbefitting to someone who knows so little. I assume you already know that Romney is intellectually dishonest in everything he says and does, but I have something more important to tell you. It's best to ignore most of the quotes that he so frequently cites. Romney takes quotes out of context; uses misleading, irrelevant, and out-of-date quotes; and presents quotes from legitimate authorities used misleadingly to support contentions that they did not intend and that are not true. In short, deception, flattering, lying, deluding, talking behind the back, putting up a false front, living in borrowed splendor, wearing a mask, hiding behind convention, playing a role for others and for oneself—in short, a continuous fluttering around the solitary flame of vanity—is so much the rule and the law among his obtrusive functionaries, who are legion, that I can draw but one conclusion. As you can probably guess, my conclusion is that I, hardheaded cynic that I am, do not propose a supernatural solution to the problems we're having with Romney. Instead, I propose a practical, realistic, down-to-earth approach that requires only that I stand together and counteract the subtle but pervasive social message that says that it's okay for him to indulge his every whim and lust without regard for anyone else or for society as a whole.
On a similar note, Romney has written more than his fair share of lengthy, over-worded, pseudo-intellectual tripe. In all such instances he conveniently overlooks the fact that people often get the impression that the most harebrained masters of deceit you'll ever see and Romney's lapdogs are separate entities. Not so. When one catches cold, the other sneezes. As proof, note that the spirits of our ancestors grieve as they watch Romney make me the target of a constant, consistent, systematic, sustained campaign of attacks. In this case, one cannot help but recall that we desperately need to take stock of what we know, identify areas for further research, and provide a useful starting point for debate on Romney's delirious magic-bullet explanations. It's not enough merely to keep our heads down and pray that Romney doesn't assuage the hungers of his shills with servings of fresh scapegoats. As I like to say, if you set the bar low, you jump low.
Romney keeps telling us that he can save the country by destroying the enviroment. Are we also supposed to believe that society is screaming for his slogans? I didn't think so. I have an intense dislike of philopolemical fabricators. Fortunately, philopolemical fabricators don't normally lash out at everyone and everything in sight. Romney, in contrast, does little else, which leads me to believe that I can unequivocally suggest how he ought to behave. Ultimately, however, the burden of acting with moral rectitude lies with Romney himself. I would like to end on a heartfelt note. I once heard someone remark with mordant wit that none of Mitt Romney's plans for the future changes my mind about anything.
This is excellent, Great post.
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The Republicans did not want to win picking a candidate like Romney. Too many people don't want a Mormon President.
And maybe they are blinded by their oppressive attitude towards single women too.
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Nov 11, 2012
 
H Moon wrote:
The Republicans did not want to win picking a candidate like Romney. Too many people don't want a Mormon President.
And maybe they are blinded by their oppressive attitude towards single women too.
They lost because their message did not resonate with needs of the American voters.
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Nov 14, 2012
 
One term Obama wrote:
<quoted text>yawn
Romney by a LANDSLIDE!

LOL!!!!!!!!!!

How did that one go?

LOL!!!!!!!!!!

LMMFAO!!!!!!!!!!

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