Did you vote today?

Did you vote today?

Created by Rick on Jun 8, 2010

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Searcy, AR

#24579 Apr 19, 2013
The news is reporting terrorist was wearing a Obama tee shirt.. That figured..
guest

Blytheville, AR

#24580 Apr 19, 2013
Liberal liars, like Barney, everywhere are in mourning today. As many as 18 people were killed and about 400 injured between Monday and Wednesday.

No, their not mourning the lose of life, they're mourning because it was not caused by a gun, a tea party member, a republican or a Christian as they were trying to tell us through the media. They're mourning the causalities committed to their false narratives and lies that the truth continues to expose.

Since: Dec 10

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#24581 Apr 19, 2013
guest wrote:
<quoted text>So, you trust second hand liberal interpretations instead of going to the actual source.
Yes, it always comes down to one or the other with you, as you have proven over and over again.
You are either a liar or a sucker.
So warrior transforms to the guest because he had no where to go with what I said.

A couple of days ago you were quoting me verbatim and that there could be no other interpretation, because the quote was verbatim.

Guess what, Reporters publish verbatim quotes too.

When a reporter quotes one of the attention whores like Rush, to call out his bologna, unfortunately due to lack of comprehension abilities all you hear is "second hand liberal interpretations"

Since: Dec 10

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#24582 Apr 19, 2013
BARNEYII wrote:
<quoted text>
Tell me, in your opinion, what makes you think the above post (yours) is not a perfect example of what I said in the very post you issued this rebuttal to?
BTW, you said you were not coming back till the mid terms, what are doing here now OA?

Since: Dec 10

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#24583 Apr 19, 2013
guest wrote:
Liberal liars, like Barney, everywhere are in mourning today. As many as 18 people were killed and about 400 injured between Monday and Wednesday.
No, their not mourning the lose of life, they're mourning because it was not caused by a gun, a tea party member, a republican or a Christian as they were trying to tell us through the media. They're mourning the causalities committed to their false narratives and lies that the truth continues to expose.
A gun not used is a lie, the bombers shot and killed a police officer last night.

Now what will you produce to prove you are not telling a lie about the rest.

If your past history is any clue, I know the answer already, not a damn thing.

Since: Dec 10

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#24584 Apr 19, 2013
Reality Check wrote:
<quoted text>
Here's a thought. Maybe, just maybe there isn't any correlation between LEGAL gun ownership and gun crimes. And maybe, just maybe there IS a direct correlation between ILLEGAL gun ownership and gun crimes. And maybe, just maybe the NRA knew this and they also probably knew this new law was more about power and the ability of the government to gain more control over our citizens than anything else. Just a thought.
Here is thought for you, no wait, facts for you.

NRA Misrepresents Police Survey, Legislation

On the day the Senate voted down a series of gun control bills, the National Rifle Association made false and misleading claims in opposing a measure to expand background checks.
&#9726;Online ads from the NRA wrongly claimed that “80% of police say background checks will have no effect” on violent crime. The survey cited in the ads by the NRA says nothing of the sort.
&#9726;Before and after the vote, the NRA said the measure “would have criminalized certain private transfers of firearms” and required “lifelong friends, neighbors and some family members to get federal government permission” to exchange guns. The measure didn’t expand background checks to such private transfers. It applied to sales by unlicensed individuals at gun shows and on the Internet.

http://factcheck.org/2013/04/nra-misrepresent...
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Ash Flat, AR

#24585 Apr 19, 2013
Message to you people from the corporate puppets of America. You can watch the mostly Republican cowards spit in 90% of America’s faces but calling the out will result in a background check. Don’t you dare believe that the First Amendment applies to you, while sitting in the Tea House or the NRA owned Senate.

It’s okay to invade a woman’s privacy or personal autonomy, but hey, if you want to buy a military assault weapon your privacy matters.

After voting against expanded background checks to buy deadly weapons, our Senate added insulted to Patricia Maisch and Lori Haas, both VICTIMS of guns violence because they uttered 3 words:“Shame on you!”



Maisch and Haas, who said what sane America was thinking at the time, were promptly ushered out of the gallery. After that, they underwent more scrutiny for exercising their First Amendment rights than someone would undergo to buy a gun.

ThinkProgress reports,

As they left the Senate gallery, a police officer approached and asked them to follow him. The three walked downstairs to a public hallway, where they were peppered with questions:“What’s your name?”“Where are you from?”“What are your Social Security numbers?” The officer left to run a background check on the women, who were instructed to sit on a bench. Another uniformed officer watched over them, even escorted Haas to the bathroom and told her she couldn’t lock the stall door.

This is reminiscent of Maria Meecham’s experience in the gallery of the House of Representatives, after two Republican Congressmen from her state high-fived, each other following a vote that denied a minor pay raise for the troops that Republicans like to use as props when professing how much they support our troops.

I am A proud lefty

Mountain Home, AR

#24586 Apr 19, 2013
Guest wrote:
Message to you people from the corporate puppets of America. You can watch the mostly Republican cowards spit in 90% of America’s faces but calling the out will result in a background check. Don’t you dare believe that the First Amendment applies to you, while sitting in the Tea House or the NRA owned Senate.
It’s okay to invade a woman’s privacy or personal autonomy, but hey, if you want to buy a military assault weapon your privacy matters.
After voting against expanded background checks to buy deadly weapons, our Senate added insulted to Patricia Maisch and Lori Haas, both VICTIMS of guns violence because they uttered 3 words:“Shame on you!”
Maisch and Haas, who said what sane America was thinking at the time, were promptly ushered out of the gallery. After that, they underwent more scrutiny for exercising their First Amendment rights than someone would undergo to buy a gun.
ThinkProgress reports,
As they left the Senate gallery, a police officer approached and asked them to follow him. The three walked downstairs to a public hallway, where they were peppered with questions:“What’s your name?”“Where are you from?”“What are your Social Security numbers?” The officer left to run a background check on the women, who were instructed to sit on a bench. Another uniformed officer watched over them, even escorted Haas to the bathroom and told her she couldn’t lock the stall door.
This is reminiscent of Maria Meecham’s experience in the gallery of the House of Representatives, after two Republican Congressmen from her state high-fived, each other following a vote that denied a minor pay raise for the troops that Republicans like to use as props when professing how much they support our troops.
Oh Yea, Are you that fat old guy who offered to Give me a BJ if I would vote for Our President? Well I did so when will deliver the BJ?
Serious

Jonesboro, AR

#24587 Apr 19, 2013
guest wrote:
<quoted text>So, you trust second hand liberal interpretations instead of going to the actual source.
Yes, it always comes down to one or the other with you, as you have proven over and over again.
You are either a liar or a sucker.
Barney has always and always will, have someone to do his thinking,.
Serious

Jonesboro, AR

#24588 Apr 19, 2013
Guest wrote:
Message to you people from the corporate puppets of America. You can watch the mostly Republican cowards spit in 90% of America’s faces but calling the out will result in a background check. Don’t you dare believe that the First Amendment applies to you, while sitting in the Tea House or the NRA owned Senate.
It’s okay to invade a woman’s privacy or personal autonomy, but hey, if you want to buy a military assault weapon your privacy matters.
After voting against expanded background checks to buy deadly weapons, our Senate added insulted to Patricia Maisch and Lori Haas, both VICTIMS of guns violence because they uttered 3 words:“Shame on you!”
Maisch and Haas, who said what sane America was thinking at the time, were promptly ushered out of the gallery. After that, they underwent more scrutiny for exercising their First Amendment rights than someone would undergo to buy a gun.
ThinkProgress reports,
As they left the Senate gallery, a police officer approached and asked them to follow him. The three walked downstairs to a public hallway, where they were peppered with questions:“What’s your name?”“Where are you from?”“What are your Social Security numbers?” The officer left to run a background check on the women, who were instructed to sit on a bench. Another uniformed officer watched over them, even escorted Haas to the bathroom and told her she couldn’t lock the stall door.
This is reminiscent of Maria Meecham’s experience in the gallery of the House of Representatives, after two Republican Congressmen from her state high-fived, each other following a vote that denied a minor pay raise for the troops that Republicans like to use as props when professing how much they support our troops.
Sure is a lot of horse manure from Horseshoe Bend
Hmmm

Little Rock, AR

#24589 Apr 19, 2013
OMG wrote:
<quoted text>
Again with more idiocricy spewing forth from that mouth. First off, thank you for proving my point about the vile and absolute lack of knowledge that comes from liberals. Second off, in the last 6 Presidential elections I have voted Republican 4 times, and Democrat twice. Hence the title independent, which is exactly what I am. I am neither right wing nor left wing, I am an American and right down the middle, and I absolutely despise earthworm mentality twits like yourself that try to use insults, racism, and fear mongering to further your liberal fantasy land agendas. You sir, are an idiot...end of story.
Nice to see that you represent Middle America so effectively, I had thought for a minute that you might be just another judgmental, right-wing asshole incapable of understanding any point of view other than your own. One seeing himself as some sort of snapshot of what a "Real American" should be.

Wait a second, seems my first impression was right after all.

I never cease to be amazed at the self-serving illusions people create for themselves.
yep

Conway, AR

#24590 Apr 19, 2013
I did!
yep

Conway, AR

#24591 Apr 19, 2013
I did
why

Conway, AR

#24592 Apr 19, 2013
Nope
Hmmm

Little Rock, AR

#24593 Apr 19, 2013
Reality Check wrote:
<quoted text>
Here's a thought. Maybe, just maybe there isn't any correlation between LEGAL gun ownership and gun crimes. And maybe, just maybe there IS a direct correlation between ILLEGAL gun ownership and gun crimes. And maybe, just maybe the NRA knew this and they also probably knew this new law was more about power and the ability of the government to gain more control over our citizens than anything else. Just a thought.
While we are opining here, maybe, just maybe the Gun Industry and the NRA are in cahoots. Maybe they really are not Everyday Joe's best friend after all and instead purposely perpetuate a culture of fear and violence aimed at creating maximum profits around the world. Could it be that these two entities have, by their enormous monetary expenditures and world-wide media support, gained too much power over our political process? Is that even the remotest possibility?
Hmmm

Little Rock, AR

#24594 Apr 19, 2013
Serious wrote:
<quoted text>
Barney has always and always will, have someone to do his thinking,.
There is seldom a original thought, mankind has been around too long for that to happen. Original opinions are formed though, biology demands that we adapt to our surroundings.
Hmmm

Little Rock, AR

#24595 Apr 19, 2013
WARRIOR wrote:
<quoted text>So which is it Barney, do you watch Fox and listen to Rush or are you a LIAR? It has to be one or the other..
So many questions, so few answers.
Hmmm

Little Rock, AR

#24596 Apr 19, 2013
guest wrote:
Liberal liars, like Barney, everywhere are in mourning today. As many as 18 people were killed and about 400 injured between Monday and Wednesday.
No, their not mourning the lose of life, they're mourning because it was not caused by a gun, a tea party member, a republican or a Christian as they were trying to tell us through the media. They're mourning the causalities committed to their false narratives and lies that the truth continues to expose.
Leave it to a dumbass like you to try to make political hay out of pain and suffering...even a new low for you.
Reality Check

Lonoke, AR

#24597 Apr 19, 2013
Hmmm wrote:
<quoted text>
While we are opining here, maybe, just maybe the Gun Industry and the NRA are in cahoots. Maybe they really are not Everyday Joe's best friend after all and instead purposely perpetuate a culture of fear and violence aimed at creating maximum profits around the world. Could it be that these two entities have, by their enormous monetary expenditures and world-wide media support, gained too much power over our political process? Is that even the remotest possibility?
I would doubt it but anything in this crazy world is possible. To be more powerful than the political machine, the black market would have to be a factor and that goes against the responsible gun ownership the NRA supports and stands for.
Hmmm

Little Rock, AR

#24598 Apr 20, 2013
Reality Check wrote:
<quoted text>
I would doubt it but anything in this crazy world is possible. To be more powerful than the political machine, the black market would have to be a factor and that goes against the responsible gun ownership the NRA supports and stands for.
Maybe once stood for, everything's politicized now.

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