Who do you support for U.S. Senate in...
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Douglasville, GA

#30860 Nov 11, 2013
stelio kontos wrote:
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I'm gonna guess that you never served in the military. Are afraid to go out at night for fear of the bad guys getting you, and wouldn't hold a candle when faced in person with a debate over the best brand of toilet paper.
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You're being ignored on general principle.
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#30861 Nov 11, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
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And it was obvious what Rush meant and I was in complete agreement. "I hope he fails." does NOT mean what the Left tries to say it means - "I hope the country fails.", No, it means "I hope Obama fails in 'fundamentally transforming' this country into something the Founders or even our own grandparents would recognize."
It means I hope Obama fails:
in destroying the coal industry
in destroying our health care system
in further destroying people's sense of self respect and initiative
in eventually implementing single payer health care
in further limiting our home grown oil and gas resources
in crippling our industry with ludicrous carbon emission standards set by bureaucrats with no knowledge of the industries they are regulating
As far as the private enterprise responsibility of the Obamacare mess up - maybe if the Obama administration had put out guidelines of what they wanted and talked to different companies about how best to implement it, it might have worked. But instead they handed it on a silver platter (no open competitive bidding here) to Michelle Obama cronies and Obama bundlers - yeah, love that transparency and fiscal responsibility.
Nope, like you, Rush is nothing more than a hyperventilating ideologue, and what Rush wanted to fail was Liberalism, of which, Obama was the upcoming boogeyman.

http://thinkprogress.org/politics/2009/01/20/...

"in crippling our industry with ludicrous carbon emission standards set by bureaucrats with no knowledge of the industries they are regulating"

Yep, tell us all you know about acid rain and the industry crippling sulfur dioxide emission standards set by bureaucrats with no knowledge of the industries they are regulating.
stelio kontos

Columbus, GA

#30862 Nov 11, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
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You are truly tiresome. I may disagree vehemently with the Lefties on here, but at least they believe what they believe and vote accordingly. I am stunned that someone would come on here and actually seem proud of the fact that they don't vote and belittle those that do. I despise both the Democrat party and the Republican establishment, but they are the only game in town so one does what one can to try and make a difference. I vote against Democrats and vote for conservative Republicans and Tea party candidates in an attempt to bring the Republican party back from the brink.
Without having to read anything past the first 3 sentences of that. Let me say, AGAIN, I lean neither way. I just find it morally debilitating that a society allows itself to be the subject of the grand experiment of divisiveness, and then complain to each other about it, while the source of the problem continues to completely drain your souls. Tell me this... Do people wake up one day and magically think "I am now going to believe in this because some person I just shelled out money to elect says they will be doing me a personal favor"? Is that how that is? Do you really believe anyone in our government give two squirts of piss about you? lol Good luck with that.
stelio kontos

Columbus, GA

#30863 Nov 11, 2013
Forum Notice wrote:
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You're being ignored on general principle.
Forum Notice: I don't care, based on general principle.

Since: Nov 12

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#30864 Nov 11, 2013
stelio kontos wrote:
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Without having to read anything past the first 3 sentences of that. Let me say, AGAIN, I lean neither way. I just find it morally debilitating that a society allows itself to be the subject of the grand experiment of divisiveness, and then complain to each other about it, while the source of the problem continues to completely drain your souls. Tell me this... Do people wake up one day and magically think "I am now going to believe in this because some person I just shelled out money to elect says they will be doing me a personal favor"? Is that how that is? Do you really believe anyone in our government give two squirts of piss about you? lol Good luck with that.
Congratulations, that is one of the biggest loads of word salad I have seen lately. Was there supposed to be a truly coherent statement in there somewhere?
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#30865 Nov 11, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
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http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
...And typically, you try to state that those who object to unreasonable tax rates to fund failing programs object to ALL taxes - nope, sorry - none on the Right object to taxes to support those functions the government is expected to perform. Can't even call that a "nice try" on your part as it has been refuted so many times.
Yep, differing expectations, due to differing interpretations.

Now let's see, can you actually refute an interpretation, or can you only disagree with it. Course by declaring that you have refuted the interpretation of another sounds so much more powerful, so much more convincing, then simply saying I disagree with your interpretation.

Only a hyperventilating ideologues declares their interpretation irrefutable.

Since: Nov 12

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#30866 Nov 11, 2013
Oh my wrote:
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... what Rush wanted to fail was Liberalism, of which, Obama was the upcoming boogeyman.
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Duh.
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Douglasville, GA

#30867 Nov 11, 2013
I'm going to rearrange your list here:
Aggie23 wrote:
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blah-blah - coal industry
blah-blah - carbon emission
blah-blah - oil and gas resources
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in destroying our health care system
in eventually implementing single payer health care
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in further destroying people's sense of self respect and initiative
3 out of 6 items - 50%- of what you seem to care about is big-energy.

2 out of 6 items - 34%- of what you care about is health care. Actually, you don't seem to care about health care, you seem to be ANTI-GOVERNMENT health care.

1 out of 6 items - 17%- of what you care about is just some nebulous Libertarian battle-cry.

Now- lets go a step further. Big-Oil, Big-Coal, Big-Pollution is a proponent of small government, and they donate a lot of dollars and set up a lot of 501c to promote this. Small government means less ability to regulate massive polluters. Essentially the Anti-Obamacare trend is in REALITY and anti-government regulation trend.

That gets you up to 85% in favor of letting corporations run hog-wild with pollution, and no regulation, plus 1 meaningless libertarian battle-cry.

All I can say to you is, you live in that world if you want to. It already exists.

http://www.un.org/africarenewal/magazine/augu...

Personally, I don't want to. And I really don't see how any private citizen can support blind, lawless pollution and corporations without laws and regulations.

Here's the party platform from the 1980 Libertarian Campaign.
The players at the time were Big-Oil, Big-Coal, and Big Tobacco.

http://politicsbyjustin.files.wordpress.com/2...

The same people involved in that ridiculous platform are the same players dumping money into Libertarian and Tea Party propaganda RIGHT NOW. The only thing is, they're better at it now and have more money now to promote their interests.

You think you're patriotic and all for "freedom", when the only freedom you're actually enacting and enabling is the "freedom to be abused by big-business".
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Douglasville, GA

#30868 Nov 11, 2013
Oh my wrote:
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Yep, tell us all you know about acid rain and the industry crippling sulfur dioxide emission standards set by bureaucrats with no knowledge of the industries they are regulating.
She just wants us all to bow-down and worship her Big-Corporate-Gods with her.

She'll be happy when this is achieved:

http://politicsbyjustin.files.wordpress.com/2...
stelio kontos

Columbus, GA

#30869 Nov 11, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
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Congratulations, that is one of the biggest loads of word salad I have seen lately. Was there supposed to be a truly coherent statement in there somewhere?
Well, I figured I should fall in line with the less than intelligent posters on this thread, so yeah, it was incoherent. You call people names, and insult them in public to their faces as well? Or are you the hide behind a keyboard kind of person? Just wondering.
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#30870 Nov 11, 2013
stelio kontos wrote:
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Forum Notice: I don't care, based on general principle.
Yeah, you care. You're just looking for some attention.
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#30871 Nov 11, 2013
Forum Notice wrote:
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She just wants us all to bow-down and worship her Big-Corporate-Gods with her.
She'll be happy when this is achieved:
http://politicsbyjustin.files.wordpress.com/2...
By the way, does anybody know who the Libertarian vice-presidential candidate was for 1980 and what his background was?

http://politicsbyjustin.files.wordpress.com/2...
Laughing at U

Blairsville, GA

#30872 Nov 11, 2013
Bill in Dville wrote:
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Well, it has been said that there's someone for everyone (no I don't have a link)...
Thank goodness your wife found you... now she has someone to walk the dog and take out the trash. See, you are good for something.
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#30873 Nov 11, 2013
Forum Notice wrote:
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http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
She just wants us all to bow-down and worship her Big-Corporate-Gods with her.
She'll be happy when this is achieved:
http://politicsbyjustin.files.wordpress.com/2...
Yep, Libertarians are the original libtards.

They hate regulations except the ones they don't, how to tell the difference, no one knows but daily updates are broadcast over radio, tv, and the internet.

Don't ever try and extend the logic of their anti-regulation regurgitation cause that's never ever what they REALLY mean.

Since: Jan 10

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#30874 Nov 11, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
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Oh the Irony.....
LMAO, almost a +1

SOMEWHAT of a fair point by this poster, but only somewhat, as what I copied and pasted is an accumulation of comments and quotes over several years and only takes about a minute to open the document and copy and paste...Much less time than it would take a spelling challenged poster to type their post...

Since: Jan 10

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#30875 Nov 11, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
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Congratulations, that is one of the biggest loads of word salad I have seen lately. Was there supposed to be a truly coherent statement in there somewhere?
Word salad? Great comment!

Kinda reminds me of a comment a football coach made to one of my teammates: "You can't make chicken salad out of chicken $hit"...

Remind you of chickn butt? Maybe he/she will start using that name (Chicken Salad)...
one too many

Cordele, GA

#30876 Nov 11, 2013
Laughing at U wrote:
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Thank goodness your wife found you... now she has someone to walk the dog and take out the trash. See, you are good for something.
....and the "bored monitor" seems to really dig him too, go figure, huh! lol

Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#30877 Nov 11, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
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Good Lord, BigDave.
If we're going to converse on this subject, you're going to have to listen to what people say. Instead you just want to jump to Gun Owner Armageddon, and then preach.
I am for gun-control measures that promote responsible gun ownership. I think I've said this about 5 times to you in the last week.
You hear the word "guns" and jump straight to "THE GOVERNMENT WANTS ALL OUR GUNS!" "WE WON'T BE ABLE TO FORM A MILITIA AND DEFEND OURSELVES!", even when somebody says precisely the opposite.
The inability to have a rational conversation is a definitive indicator of a zeolot and an extremest with whom it is useless to discuss something with.
If you like the current system, where anybody can buy a large-magazine rapid-fire assault rifle with no background check, no training, and no legal obligation to store it responsibly, just say so. Wait - you already did.
But - how does the situation get any better with your solution? Are you advocating Easter Sunday Services filled up with pistol-packing mamma's and AR-15 toting grannies so they can protect themselves as millions of more guns get into the hands of an ever-increasingly ignorant population?
Sometimes the country has to step back and deal with reality. If you and your political party are too irresponsible to do it, the adults will have to step in. These are the kinds of reasons Republicans are dying off and lost 5 of the last 6 elections.
Again - I never have, and do not propose that guns be confiscated. I do suggest that they are deadly weapons and that precautions and responsible behaviors need to be encouraged, and yes - legislated, because people AREN'T responsible or intelligent for the most part.
You wanna be a reactionary, and get so worked up you tell me what my "inner thoughts" are for me? You're insane. You truly have been brain-washed.
Just what legislation do you want to see pushed through on responsible adults, as legislation will be for responsible people as well as irresponsible people. Just whom will determine what is responsible and not responsible? I hope it is not people such as yourself.
So how is legislation going to make irresponsible people act responsibly?
Again we have hundreds of motor vehicle laws and they do not stop people from running red lights and stop signs, which by the way cause thousand of deaths a year. As I said before people are driving a 3,500 pound weapon and nobody, even yourself seems to care. I am sure the only way to stop auto accidents is to take them off the road. Same scenario as guns. Get rid of them.
Sorry dude but your not dealing with some teenager that buys into your B.S. It all sounds good until you have to show and tell. Then your scheme falls apart. Yes,I have been brainwashed into believing in privacy and a right to protect myself and my property. I have been brainwashed into believing in the Constitution of the United States of America. I have been brainwashed into believing that I must be responsible for my actions and not the actions of others. Guess that classifies me as insane as far as you liberal socialist think in this country.

Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#30878 Nov 11, 2013
stelio kontos wrote:
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Well, gee, Dave, you all are the masters of the universe, knowing all from what you hear, read, and see on TV, newspapers, and the internet in your vast quest to always be right. Fortunately, your insults are my compliments. Your name calling technique just goes to show how truly childlike your way of thinking is. But, if you really want to engage me, I will make sure to drop to an IQ level equivalent to that of a dead rat. You know. Such as yours.
I think you just made my point for me. You do think like a child. Thanks!
OMTE

Rebecca, GA

#30879 Nov 11, 2013
Thank you Veterans, for keeping us safe....
Happy Veterans Days!:)

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