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Aggie23 wrote:
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...By the way, this is an OPINION forum, most on here are not interested in reading posts that are nothing but "cut and paste" jobs. If you have a quotation or two that support your position - fine, but a long winded, paragraphs long posting of SOMEONE ELSE'S opinion just indicates to me you can't support your position on your own - BORING. Read your supporting data, condense it down and post it - if you're capable of it.
Too funny, show me the Topix Rule Book for Posting. By the way, it's called the Blairsville Forum and each topic is called a Discussion, and that's about the extent of it.
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Apr 26, 2013
 
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Well, can you tell me why you trot out the other verses and ignore the verse from Levitius? Again, you are questioning and doubting the wisdom and Word.
For whatever reason, you have chosen to spend your time on something you obviously can't spin nor win. How can YOU ignore that particular verse? Why don't you post it word for word and then explain it to the rest of us. While you are at it, explain why it doesn't count. Explain why it is even IN the Bible. You being such an expert and all, I'm sure this will be a quick study for you.
You continue to dodge the issue, but that's understandable, since naturally you find it very difficult to support all the other abominations in Leviticus that clearly belong to another place and time. Admitting this would surely undermine your argument, much better to spin, spin, spin, and hope that none take notice of the empty bag you clutch.

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Apr 26, 2013
 
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Again you have proven what you are, and it ain't pretty. I really feel sorry for you, OUR generation and your parties leaders are responsible for dismantling our country and the resulting economic ruin.. And your party is playing a key role again by refusing to do what politicians have always done until now, work for the common good. I just read that Jeb Bush is thinking about running for President next election. He is one Bush I would vote for, IF he doesn't go the route of the last candidate. Romany sold his soul to the idiot wing of the Republican Party and lost the election and my vote because he did. I really believe that Jeb and the leaders of the Republican Party are too smart to make that mistake again. Your voice is being muted by common sense in the Republican Party, now maybe I can vote Republican again.
You keep trying to label me as an Obama fan, I am not necessarily for Obama. I am against closed minded people like you and your “ME” first agenda and the people you have put up for election. Because of the people and ideas your party has tried to cram down the throats of the American people the last 8 years your party is in recovery mode, leaving you and people who think like you out of the formula for survival and that’s good news!
If you though for yourself you would not sound just like a sound bite from FNC or Rush, its obvious.
Waa waa waa. Hey, slick. I feel sorry for YOU. I am not closed minded. You are closed minded by accusing me of the same thing that you are guilty of....labeling. I have no ME FIRST agenda. I just don't want to be FORCED. YOU, on the other hand, must not mind that. Your statement about me and those like me being left out of the formula is LAUGHABLE. My! Aren't YOU just a paragon of virtue! So, you think Obama and his henchmen are representative of the "common good"?????? By forcing a healthcare program that hasn't been totally funded and will be impossible to sustain???? By stating that he is "for the middle class" when once again, the middle class is going to be carrying the burden? You are another easily manipulated person who listens to what Obama says and doesn't pay attention to what he does. You say you care about this country and we should work together. How is that possible when I don't AGREE with what those renegades in Washington are doing? So! You are saying the left wingers haven't crammed their agenda down our throats? Yeah, go ahead and make yourself feel better by telling yourself you are doing your own thinking while listening to Obama blame his failures on the republicans. ALL he does is set everyone else up for the fall when he doesn't get his way and YOU are so brilliant that you fall for it hook, line and sinker. My CAT could figure that out.
I like Jeb Bush, but I have to hear what he has to say and I want to see who is running.

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Apr 26, 2013
 
Oh my wrote:
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You continue to dodge the issue, but that's understandable, since naturally you find it very difficult to support all the other abominations in Leviticus that clearly belong to another place and time. Admitting this would surely undermine your argument, much better to spin, spin, spin, and hope that none take notice of the empty bag you clutch.
Spin cycle.

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Again you have proven what you are, and it ain't pretty. I really feel sorry for you, OUR generation and your parties leaders are responsible for dismantling our country and the resulting economic ruin.. And your party is playing a key role again by refusing to do what politicians have always done until now, work for the common good. I just read that Jeb Bush is thinking about running for President next election. He is one Bush I would vote for, IF he doesn't go the route of the last candidate. Romany sold his soul to the idiot wing of the Republican Party and lost the election and my vote because he did. I really believe that Jeb and the leaders of the Republican Party are too smart to make that mistake again. Your voice is being muted by common sense in the Republican Party, now maybe I can vote Republican again.
You keep trying to label me as an Obama fan, I am not necessarily for Obama. I am against closed minded people like you and your “ME” first agenda and the people you have put up for election. Because of the people and ideas your party has tried to cram down the throats of the American people the last 8 years your party is in recovery mode, leaving you and people who think like you out of the formula for survival and that’s good news!
If you though for yourself you would not sound just like a sound bite from FNC or Rush, its obvious.
It's obvious that you emulate Chris Matthews and everything you lap up from MSNBC. If you would turn off that liberal socialist commie propaganda and think for yourself, you would be much happier and more clear headed.
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Apr 26, 2013
 
Congress aims to save people they know from sequester fallout
by Jed Lewison
FRI APR 26, 2013 AT 07:30 AM PDT
http://www.dailykos.com/story/2013/04/26/1204...

The forced austerity of the budget sequester has been with us since March 1 and it's having a real impact on people's lives, whether you're in a family that depends on Head Start, a cancer patient who needs access to treatment near where you live, a senior who depends on Meals on Wheels, or a public servant who suddenly faces a smaller paycheck thanks to budgetary furloughs.

If you fall into any of those categories or the many others facing sequester impacts, you're out of luck: political paralysis is screwing you. But if you're an air traveller confronted with the potential for flight delays, never fear, because Congress has got your back.

The Senate moved quickly Thursday evening to help ease the Federal Aviation Administration's ability to handle automatic spending cuts set forth in the sequester.

Senators unanimously approved the "Reducing Flight Delays Act of 2013" — a patch to fix the deep cuts that have furloughed air traffic controllers and delayed flights across the country.

The bill gives the FAA authority to spend up to $253 million of money already in the FAA's budget — but not allocated to pay for other things -- to keep employees on the job and make sure more flights a on time.

It was passed by unanimous consent, which means no senator objected.

The House could take the bill up tomorrow and pass it with 2/3 support of that chamber.

I'm certainly not in favor of the arbitrary flight delays imposed on the traveling public by the sequester, but it's wrong to give political priority to certain groups of people just because senators and members of Congress are more likely to know people impacted by flight delays than people suffering from other consequences of the sequester.

The way this is playing out puts the lie to the whole sequester charade. The sequester was sold as a poison pill that would force Congressional compromise on long-term fiscal policy, but now that preferred interest groups are getting exemptions to the sequester, the whole thing merely reinforces the fact that if you want Congress to serve your needs, it pays to have power. The only real solution to the sequester is to simply get rid of it—pretty much everything else is just a debate about who should get punished by austerity.
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I haven't been reading this thread until last night.

What a mistake.

I see Oh My and IO are spreading their foolishness here as well.

The difference is the entire State gets to know them, and have a good look at just how disingenuous, deceptive, and self-indulgent they are. They are certainly good examples of the far left, liberal, socialist threats destroying our Nation.

Much higher level of intellectual thought/debate and overall interesting thread, minus the two pests of course.

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I only read to the part about "nationalizing health care", such a boldface lie. Tells me the rest is going to be just more lies, unfortunately that’s all folks like you can do.
Great example of Left ignorance. If you can't see that the end result of Obamacare will be nationalized health care, you aren't paying attention. Democratic senators and representatives up for reelection in 2014 are backing off the ACA and signing on to Republican bills to delay implementation and/or repeal portions. Senator Max Baucus (D-Mont) is warning that "I see a huge train wreck coming down." The White House has admitted raiding $322 million from the Public Health and Prevention Fund in order to promote the new insurance exchanges. If it's so wonderful and everybody wants it and it is the answer to all our prayers, why does the WH feel the need to spend another $322 million to try and convince people how great it is?

"Meanwhile, Congressional leaders in both parties are concerned about the potential cost of healthcare for lawmakers and their staffs if the federal government does not continue to provide subsidies to them for insurance premiums they will be required to purchase from state exchanges." Hey, welcome to what the rest of us are looking at. And why weren't all these problems addressed in the first place? Oh, yeah, in the words of that intellectual giant Nancy Pelosi " we have to pass the bill to find out what's in it". Right.

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Oh my wrote:
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Too funny, show me the Topix Rule Book for Posting. By the way, it's called the Blairsville Forum and each topic is called a Discussion, and that's about the extent of it.
Work on the reading comprehension, please. Didn't say you COULDN'T post a lengthy piece reflecting SOMEONE ELSE'S opinion in place of a reasoned response, just said most of us aren't interested in reading it. That's not a discussion, it's intellectual laziness.
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Aggie23 wrote:
Just scanned through the last few pages - my, my people have been busy little posters lately. Unfortunately, the same patterns repeat themselves.
Conservatives support their positions with facts and information and the Liberals come back with foolishness.
1. Jesus was a Liberal - typical leftist nonsense - Jesus was all about our PERSONAL responsibility to care for the needy. And every study shows that Reps/Cons donate far more in both time and money to charity. The Left shows their "charity" by wanting to raise taxes on other people to pay for programs that do not help better peoples' lives - they only enslave those people to dependency, while destroying marriage and families as a side effect. There is no virtue in making someone ELSE "contribute".
And Jesus said "suffer the little children to come unto me" - not "abort them for your own selfish convenience".
2. Republicans are fascists. Once again displaying a complete ignorance of the definition of the word. Let's see, who is it that advocates a controlling central government with severe economic and social regimentation and forceful suppression of opposition.
Examples: nationalizing healthcare, attempting to regulate the coal industry out of business, establishing "carbon emission" standards on industry that do not make the air cleaner one iota, but that do raise the cost of implementing such standards to the point that some industries close because it isn't worthwhile while others have to pass along higher costs to the public in order to stay in business, some ivory tower bureaucrat establishing car emission standards with no knowledge of the workings of how a car engine performs, but that do succeed in raising the price for the consumer, and on and on.
Suppression: Republican/conservative: "I do not believe in your policies and consider them harmful to our country and its citizens."
Typical Leftist response: "You are a bigot, you hate children, you hate minorities, you are greedy, you don't care about soldiers." No discussion on how the policies differ and how reasonable people can disagree - just an attempt to shut down the argument by screaming "HATER, HATER"
3. Reps/Cons never respond to "our facts" - actually you've been responded to so many times it's stunning, but you continue to ignore the TRUE facts anyway.
By the way, this is an OPINION forum, most on here are not interested in reading posts that are nothing but "cut and paste" jobs. If you have a quotation or two that support your position - fine, but a long winded, paragraphs long posting of SOMEONE ELSE'S opinion just indicates to me you can't support your position on your own - BORING. Read your supporting data, condense it down and post it - if you're capable of it.
Great Zod! What a pile of horse-crap. Even you don't believe it.
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Aggie23 wrote:
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The White House has admitted raiding $322 million from the Public Health and Prevention Fund in order to promote the new insurance exchanges.
Well, I guess 322 million is better than the 4 Billion that the GOP wants to raid from it.
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They are certainly good examples of the far left, liberal, socialist threats destroying our Nation.
The communists are coming! The communists are coming! They're going to RAPE PILLAGE AND BURN! Be afraid!

Oh... ER.... sorry.

It appears that the country has already been raped pillaged and burned after 8 years of leaving the White House in GOP hands.

Nothing to worry about here folks. Move along.
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Apr 26, 2013
 
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I haven't been reading this thread until last night.
What a mistake.
I see Oh My and IO are spreading their foolishness here as well.
The difference is the entire State gets to know them, and have a good look at just how disingenuous, deceptive, and self-indulgent they are. They are certainly good examples of the far left, liberal, socialist threats destroying our Nation.
Much higher level of intellectual thought/debate and overall interesting thread, minus the two pests of course.
Your perspective is governed by where you stand in right field. Besides, the internet is international, it's all part of the conspiracy.
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liar wrote:
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I only read to the part about "nationalizing health care", such a boldface lie. Tells me the rest is going to be just more lies, unfortunately that’s all folks like you can do.
You post under the perfect name for yourself. Because "liar" is what you are. However, you should put "bald faced" in front of it.
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Aggie23 wrote:
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Work on the reading comprehension, please. Didn't say you COULDN'T post a lengthy piece reflecting SOMEONE ELSE'S opinion in place of a reasoned response, just said most of us aren't interested in reading it. That's not a discussion, it's intellectual laziness.
Nope, it's called various things depending on what's being offered: a point of view for discussion or to support a position, or why reinvent the wheel when someone else's rolls just as well, just be sure and show the label. If you don't like what's being posted, pass it by.
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Oh my wrote:
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Care to tackle how one verse in Leviticus can be trotted out as an authoritative justification while the remainder of the Book is ignored as just so quaint.
I dont post about Bible verse unless I consider the one I'm posting to is a Christian. For some reason I consider you are not.


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Apr 26, 2013
 
Oh my wrote:
Congress aims to save people they know from sequester fallout
by Jed Lewison
FRI APR 26, 2013 AT 07:30 AM PDT
http://www.dailykos.com/story/2013/04/26/1204...
The forced austerity of the budget sequester has been with us since March 1 and it's having a real impact on people's lives, whether you're in a family that depends on Head Start, a cancer patient who needs access to treatment near where you live, a senior who depends on Meals on Wheels, or a public servant who suddenly faces a smaller paycheck thanks to budgetary furloughs.


Dailykos. Ha-ha-ha.

They left this one out.....

Speaking on the House floor yesterday, Representative Hank Johnson (D., Ga.) stood up for some of the most important victims of congressional gridlock: children’s birthday parties and comedians trying to make their voices high-pitched.

Discussing a bill to continue the federal government’s sales from the National Helium Reserve, Johnson intoned,“Imagine, Mr. Speaker, a world without balloons.”

The same bozo that said..

During a 2010 committee hearing regarding the U.S. military’s presence in Guam, Johnson voiced his concerns about the island “become so overly populated that it will tip over and capsize.”


Yep, I would say those democraps have their priorities kind of messed up.
Like the libtards in this thread.
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Bigdave1 wrote:
I have come to the opinion that Lenin was much smarter than I ever gave him credit for being. He called you socialists "useful idiots". I didn't just make that up to call you names. It is a fact that the Communist killed all the useful idiots once they took over control of the socialist government. They no longer had any use for useful idiots and actually looked down on them. They felt that the socialist's could not be trusted.
Yes, that is what Lenin thought of socialists. You are just stupid tools to help him accomplish his goals of Communism.
http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php...
https://www.sites.google.com/site/paulroeblin...

Good post. The second link is very informative and reinforces your term "useful idiots."
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Apr 26, 2013
 
Bored wrote:
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I dont post about Bible verse unless I consider the one I'm posting to is a Christian. For some reason I consider you are not.
Of course not, it is difficult to maintain the illusion of piety while cherry-picking from the Bible. Course whether or not I'm a Christian is not your place to decide, but it sure makes you feel good to try.

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Chicknbutt wrote:
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Great Zod! What a pile of horse-crap. Even you don't believe it.
So point out specifically what isn't accurate and refute it, otherwise it is clear you are just full of the aforementioned horse manure.

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