Dunlapian

Dunlap, TN

#73849 Mar 25, 2013
Honestly wrote:
<quoted text>
BS,, they use them all the time. dem/lib ---
I haven't fixed one since Nam'(just to see if it worked)......and I've never heard that our best have fixed them on a M-4 Carbine these last two wars. So "all the time" I don't think so. But then again I should correct myself and say we have fewer bayonets now.

Since: Feb 13

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#73850 Mar 25, 2013
SexySassySenior wrote:
<quoted text>You are one desperate and pitiful Human Being if posting my Voting Record is the Highlight of your day. Absolutely Incredible how empty some People's Lives truly are.
But, knock yourself out if that's all the pleasure you can find. I couldn't care less!
You have brought up an interesting question though. I wonder if that's legal to post it without my permission. So, I'm saying plain out that YOU DO NOT HAVE MY PERMISSION!
This might be something else for I-4 to investigate, as well as our Election Office....and Topix is gonna love you for dragging them into it! Legal or not, it's something that doesn't happen everyday and the News Media might jump on this like a hen on a June Bug, especially with all the controversy in the Republican Party right now and the election heating up for next year. This might get interesting!:)
Seems you are a little more than alarmed that another one of your many lies will be uncovered with proof. If you voted in 2012 why would you care if it's posted? You didn't vote and I know you are lying and so does everyone else. Just admit you are a fraud in the worst way and move along. Once again I will be proved honest and you a liar. That won't be the first time my darling.

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#73851 Mar 25, 2013
SexySassySenior wrote:
<quoted text>You are one desperate and pitiful Human Being if posting my Voting Record is the Highlight of your day. Absolutely Incredible how empty some People's Lives truly are.
But, knock yourself out if that's all the pleasure you can find. I couldn't care less!
You have brought up an interesting question though. I wonder if that's legal to post it without my permission. So, I'm saying plain out that YOU DO NOT HAVE MY PERMISSION!
This might be something else for I-4 to investigate, as well as our Election Office....and Topix is gonna love you for dragging them into it! Legal or not, it's something that doesn't happen everyday and the News Media might jump on this like a hen on a June Bug, especially with all the controversy in the Republican Party right now and the election heating up for next year. This might get interesting!:)
For the record sweetie, the lovely ladies at the local court house aren't intimadated nor impressed by your calls. They are helpful and kind and realize you are nothing in Camden. Believe me they are well aware of your ignorance.

Have a fabulous day sugar babe.

That's all...
Dunlapian

Dunlap, TN

#73852 Mar 25, 2013
SexySassySenior wrote:
<quoted text>
Doesn't that blow your mind. The Tea Baggers say that Fox Fake News is too Liberal!
What Planet did these People fly in here from???
Yeah Sassy it does, but when I think about the TeaBaggers(not the sex act but the act of sending tea bags Washington D.C.) it's just par for the course.
They all just want to be to the "Right" of the TeaBagger standing next to them.....to a TeaBagger there is no far right.....they just keep on moving further to the right.

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#73853 Mar 25, 2013
Dunlapian wrote:
<quoted text>Yeah Sassy it does, but when I think about the TeaBaggers(not the sex act but the act of sending tea bags Washington D.C.) it's just par for the course.
They all just want to be to the "Right" of the TeaBagger standing next to them.....to a TeaBagger there is no far right.....they just keep on moving further to the right.
Monday's extra "n" for you. Enjoy and use with care Democrap Dunlapian.

That's all...
Curious

Cowpens, SC

#73854 Mar 25, 2013
Tax paying voter wrote:
<quoted text>
Geese Cooper! Do you THINK WE DON'T ALL KNOW THAT WAS YOUR POST? Ever since you switched from A T&T to Charter you have left a BIG footprint all over IP ADDRESS LAND! LOL!
what's sad, for YOU, is..... YOU actually THINK you food someone, ANYONE, By logging out and posting! Well... some of us have a sweet little program that tells is when posts come from the same IP, it's called a MAC ADDRESS. You might want to look at the bottom of your Charter modem and look at it..... WOW! WHAT A SHOCKER! YEP, all of those posts you THOUGHT you were making on the "down low"... haven't been.... hummmm.. have a plan "C"?
The only thing that you can obtain legally and WITHOUT a court order is an ISP address. Furthermore, for the record, are you saying that you have accessed someone's IP address?
Timbuk2

Boca Raton, FL

#73855 Mar 25, 2013
Dunlapian wrote:
<quoted text>Yeah Sassy it does, but when I think about the TeaBaggers(not the sex act but the act of sending tea bags Washington D.C.) it's just par for the course.
They all just want to be to the "Right" of the TeaBagger standing next to them.....to a TeaBagger there is no far right.....they just keep on moving further to the right.
What's Teabagger in French?

http://worldnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/03/24...

PARIS Paris riot police fought back crowds who pushed their way onto Paris' landmark Champs-Elysees avenue as part of a huge protest against a draft law allowing same-sex couples to marry and adopt children.

Sustained protests led by opposition conservatives in this traditionally Catholic country have eroded support for the draft law in recent months, and organizers hope Sunday's march will weigh on the Senate debate.

Polls indicate a shrinking majority of French voters back gay marriage, which is legal in about a dozen mostly European nations and some U.S. states. But polls show French voters are less enthusiastic about adoption by same-sex couples.
Timbuk2

Boca Raton, FL

#73856 Mar 25, 2013
All you rich haters oughta love this:

Cyprus strikes last-minute EU bailout deal

Agreement set to involve heavy losses for wealthy investors, while those with savings under 100,000 will be spared.

European leaders reached an agreement with Cyprus early on Monday morning that closes down the island's second-biggest bank and inflicts huge losses on wealthy savers.
Pete

Johnson City, TN

#73857 Mar 25, 2013
SexySassySenior wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm not discussing my financial affairs on this Forum, if that's what you're trying to goad me into, for several reasons...one being that it's none of your business or anybody else's!
But, when it gets to the point that you're so greedy that you won't pay your Taxes as the Wealthy don't, or begrudge paying them, as you do...then, you don't deserve to live in this Country and we would be better off without you, IMO!
you're being asked to give mere money...what if you were asked to give your Life as so many have done? And you want to bit*h about paying money that you will survive without, or survive to make more???? GET OUT OF MY FACE!!!
Maam, I can guarantee you I pay a lot more taxes than you do. And guess what, you get the same benefits and rights that I do. How much fairer can you get?
Dunlapian

Dunlap, TN

#73858 Mar 25, 2013
Pete wrote:
<quoted text>
Maam, I can guarantee you I pay a lot more taxes than you do. And guess what, you get the same benefits and rights that I do. How much fairer can you get?
Now Pete, we both know there are two sides of the same coin on this tax issue;
What percentage do you claim as overhead expenses on your taxes?
Overtaxed

Thorn Hill, TN

#73859 Mar 25, 2013
Curious wrote:
Can someone tell me why there are so many poor and middle class citizens that vote Republican?
As a social worker, I work with so many folks that are struggling financially. These people are drawing unemployment, have no savings, barely paying the bills, and yet they are unwavering Republicans. Is it a religious thing? Or is it a status thing?
Can anyone tell me which party has the most college educated supporters? Is it true that Democrats have a much higher percentage of supporters with a college degree?
Just curious......
That question has as many answers as there are Republican voters. Being from the solidly Republican part of our state, I have many (actually mostly) Republican friends and I have discussed this with all of them at one time or another. Some have families that have voted Republican going back to the Civil War, when parts of East Tn. sided with the north. Some became Republicans during Reconstruction when Parson Brownlow was handing out patronage jobs to every East Tennessee Republican.
Then there is the abortion issue, which has torn apart the country since it became legal. This issue places a LOT of the folks you asked about in opposition to all Democrats. That opposition is reinforced frequently from the pulpits of country Churches many times a year. Democratic support for same sex marriage and the end of organized school prayer also deepen the gulf. I have personally heard Preachers pontificate that if gay marriage becomes legal, Churches will be required to marry gay people.....I have also heard one say that no person could be a Christian and vote for a Democrat. Some folks can dismiss false claims like these, but....many good folks believe them, AND most people have such a low regard for politicians that it is hard to believe anything they say, especially when comparing them to a Preacher.
Some party affiliations go back to the time prior to civil service laws, when a change in party in the Governor's office meant job losses for everyone not a member of that party. Some who lost those jobs, or had a daddy or a grandpa that did have LONG memories and find it hard to forgive.
SADLY there is a racial element involved for a small segment of our population and that is exploited by some politicians. We all have seen some of this on this thread...the "welfare queen dripping with jools and driving a cadillac that buys steak with her food stamps" and those "young bucks" that collect welfare, will not work and father numerous children without marrying the mothers or supporting those kids, and "Food Stamp President" are code for those who are not like "us".
Here in rural Tennessee, the issue of gun control drives some into the Republican party, as almost every home has a shotgun a rifle or two and a pistol, most folks intend to keep them, and are convinced that the Dems are going to confiscate them all.
These are just a few of the reasons why some folks of modest means vote against their best ECONOMIC interests and for a party that increasingly represents the wealthy.
Honestly

Beechgrove, TN

#73860 Mar 25, 2013
Timbuk2 wrote:
All you rich haters oughta love this:
Cyprus strikes last-minute EU bailout deal
Agreement set to involve heavy losses for wealthy investors, while those with savings under 100,000 will be spared.
European leaders reached an agreement with Cyprus early on Monday morning that closes down the island's second-biggest bank and inflicts huge losses on wealthy savers.
Could it happen here, You bet!---oh yeah,,,,, Its just a matter of time. While those that had more than 100,000 euros were mostly russian, Banks lose which mean the everyone looses including dem/libs
Honestly

Beechgrove, TN

#73861 Mar 25, 2013
Overtaxed wrote:
<quoted text>
These are just a few of the reasons why some folks of modest means vote against their best ECONOMIC interests and for a party that increasingly represents the wealthy.
I really don't understand... Just what has been so good under the Dem/libs. What have you done except put us in debt, The economy is going along like a snail,companies are going overseas,jobs are being lost, taxes are increasing,prices (inflation)higher---no we don't have that, you are against religion and God and yes you will eventually try an take their guns away from them. Maybe slowly but surely , Just like Hitler did in 1939. Find out who has them and then quietly take them. Rem. the photo of the youngster whose father gave him a AR_15 look a-like. It was posted on the net. They (HS) came into his home without a warrant went through the house and his safe and found nothing. The gun in question looked like a AR-15.. In reality is was a 22 cal semi-auto rifle. Good for squirrel hunting, etc. Now if this does not strike fear into you hearts then when they come into you house without warrents (illegally) and put you away, you deserve it. Don't tell me,,, People like you always say,,, Oh but we are going to take you into the promise land. You won't have to work, The gov.will pay for everything. We'll just take you sons and daughters to the gov/military without your permission or blessings, let our grandpa and grandma die a natural death...caused by healthcare more and more geared toward the younger person. A nanny state or Socialism it is all the same. Ask European people. Ask Canada about their health care and very high taxes (17% for healthcare alone). NO, what we need in this country is a congress and senate that is evenly divided. This way at least every one is represented
Curious

United States

#73862 Mar 25, 2013
Overtaxed wrote:
<quoted text> That question has as many answers as there are Republican voters. Being from the solidly Republican part of our state, I have many (actually mostly) Republican friends and I have discussed this with all of them at one time or another. Some have families that have voted Republican going back to the Civil War, when parts of East Tn. sided with the north. Some became Republicans during Reconstruction when Parson Brownlow was handing out patronage jobs to every East Tennessee Republican.
Then there is the abortion issue, which has torn apart the country since it became legal. This issue places a LOT of the folks you asked about in opposition to all Democrats. That opposition is reinforced frequently from the pulpits of country Churches many times a year. Democratic support for same sex marriage and the end of organized school prayer also deepen the gulf. I have personally heard Preachers pontificate that if gay marriage becomes legal, Churches will be required to marry gay people.....I have also heard one say that no person could be a Christian and vote for a Democrat. Some folks can dismiss false claims like these, but....many good folks believe them, AND most people have such a low regard for politicians that it is hard to believe anything they say, especially when comparing them to a Preacher.
Some party affiliations go back to the time prior to civil service laws, when a change in party in the Governor's office meant job losses for everyone not a member of that party. Some who lost those jobs, or had a daddy or a grandpa that did have LONG memories and find it hard to forgive.
SADLY there is a racial element involved for a small segment of our population and that is exploited by some politicians. We all have seen some of this on this thread...the "welfare queen dripping with jools and driving a cadillac that buys steak with her food stamps" and those "young bucks" that collect welfare, will not work and father numerous children without marrying the mothers or supporting those kids, and "Food Stamp President" are code for those who are not like "us".
Here in rural Tennessee, the issue of gun control drives some into the Republican party, as almost every home has a shotgun a rifle or two and a pistol, most folks intend to keep them, and are convinced that the Dems are going to confiscate them all.
These are just a few of the reasons why some folks of modest means vote against their best ECONOMIC interests and for a party that increasingly represents the wealthy.
Thank you for your informative and civil response. I was almost afraid to ask a question in this forum. It seems there is a lot of vulgar language thrown out around here and I wasn't sure what to expect. But thanks for your answer.
Curious

United States

#73863 Mar 25, 2013
Does anyone have any thoughts on gay marriage verses adulterous marriages? Why is there so much controversy over gay marriage when we allow adulterers to remarry everyday? Neither marriage is biblical. Is there a political party out there that strictly adheres to the Bible?
Dunlapian

Dunlap, TN

#73864 Mar 25, 2013
Overtaxed wrote:
<quoted text> That question has as many answers as there are Republican voters. Being from the solidly Republican part of our state, I have many (actually mostly) Republican friends and I have discussed this with all of them at one time or another. Some have families that have voted Republican going back to the Civil War, when parts of East Tn. sided with the north. Some became Republicans during Reconstruction when Parson Brownlow was handing out patronage jobs to every East Tennessee Republican.
Then there is the abortion issue, which has torn apart the country since it became legal. This issue places a LOT of the folks you asked about in opposition to all Democrats. That opposition is reinforced frequently from the pulpits of country Churches many times a year. Democratic support for same sex marriage and the end of organized school prayer also deepen the gulf. I have personally heard Preachers pontificate that if gay marriage becomes legal, Churches will be required to marry gay people.....I have also heard one say that no person could be a Christian and vote for a Democrat. Some folks can dismiss false claims like these, but....many good folks believe them, AND most people have such a low regard for politicians that it is hard to believe anything they say, especially when comparing them to a Preacher.
Some party affiliations go back to the time prior to civil service laws, when a change in party in the Governor's office meant job losses for everyone not a member of that party. Some who lost those jobs, or had a daddy or a grandpa that did have LONG memories and find it hard to forgive.
SADLY there is a racial element involved for a small segment of our population and that is exploited by some politicians. We all have seen some of this on this thread...the "welfare queen dripping with jools and driving a cadillac that buys steak with her food stamps" and those "young bucks" that collect welfare, will not work and father numerous children without marrying the mothers or supporting those kids, and "Food Stamp President" are code for those who are not like "us".
Here in rural Tennessee, the issue of gun control drives some into the Republican party, as almost every home has a shotgun a rifle or two and a pistol, most folks intend to keep them, and are convinced that the Dems are going to confiscate them all.
These are just a few of the reasons why some folks of modest means vote against their best ECONOMIC interests and for a party that increasingly represents the wealthy.
OT, I just call it the "3-G's", Gays, God, and Guns.
If the Republican Party want votes they will just throw out one.....maybe two of the "G's" and reel in a winning ticket.
If they throw in all three it will be like "pitbulls at a Mailman Convention"
Notfromhere

United States

#73865 Mar 25, 2013
Ehatvoart of "public information" do you not understand?
SexySassySenior wrote:
<quoted text>
You are one desperate and pitiful Human Being if posting my Voting Record is the Highlight of your day. Absolutely Incredible how empty some People's Lives truly are.
But, knock yourself out if that's all the pleasure you can find. I couldn't care less!
You have brought up an interesting question though. I wonder if that's legal to post it without my permission. So, I'm saying plain out that YOU DO NOT HAVE MY PERMISSION!
This might be something else for I-4 to investigate, as well as our Election Office....and Topix is gonna love you for dragging them into it! Legal or not, it's something that doesn't happen everyday and the News Media might jump on this like a hen on a June Bug, especially with all the controversy in the Republican Party right now and the election heating up for next year. This might get interesting!:)
Notfromhere

United States

#73866 Mar 25, 2013
Notfromhere wrote:
Ehatvoart of "public information" do you not understand?<quoted text>
* What part of ...oops!
Overtaxed

Thorn Hill, TN

#73867 Mar 25, 2013
Honestly wrote:
<quoted text>
A nanny state or Socialism it is all the same. Ask European people. Ask Canada about their health care and very high taxes (17% for healthcare alone).
European people aren't flocking to America like they were in the last half of the 19th century and the first half of the 20th. Why ? Because Europe has entered the 21st century. Mexico is mired in the 19th, so their citizens are the ones flocking to our country in search of a better life. Last time I checked, Europe was filled with free countries and their citizens all have the vote...if they didn't like their healthcare system, they would vote in politicians that would change it....like we did when we elected Obama...twice.
The USA has the best healthcare system money can buy but that isn't worth much if you find yourself uninsured, then sick, and finally bankrupt. You call that a "nanny state" and I call that taking care of those least among us.
I know the predictable response so I will contest it now. I have health insurance and I pay a pile of taxes...so those arguments do not hold water with me. HOWEVER I, unlike a lot of others, am not foolish enough to think that everything the Good Lord has seen fit to allow me to have, will be mine forever. In fact everything I have could be gone in the twinkling of an eye, and I could be sick, out of money and out of luck.
Overtaxed

Thorn Hill, TN

#73868 Mar 25, 2013
Curious wrote:
Does anyone have any thoughts on gay marriage verses adulterous marriages? Why is there so much controversy over gay marriage when we allow adulterers to remarry everyday? Neither marriage is biblical. Is there a political party out there that strictly adheres to the Bible?
My thoughts ??...adultery made one of the big ten and homosexuality didn't......but the Bible certainly frowns on both.
Government is not Church and our form of government should be based on fairness and equal treatment for all of our citizens, not just white, straight, "Christian" men. We have been SLOWLY working toward that goal since the beginning of the republic.

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