Who do you support for U.S. Senate in...
TSF

Clinton, NC

#40527 Jun 17, 2013
Trying to understand your message is agonistic.
This country was founded on freedom of religion by our forefathers who were trying to escape the repressive laws of state religions.
littlepup wrote:
"Agonistics Are More Prone To Committing Crimes than Atheists and Believers: Baylor Study" http://www.universityherald.com/news/ "The survey determined that agonistics committed the highest percentage of theft, vandalism and burglary. The atheists and agnostics scored same points in the violent crime category. Religious people, however committed fewer crimes when compared to the other two cohorts. A previous study had also found that believers were less susceptible to crimes." Ha!

“Vote”

Since: May 12

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#40528 Jun 17, 2013
TSF you're over the edge old boy.
TSF

Clinton, NC

#40530 Jun 17, 2013
I know the antics of the NC republikan party of stupid are difficult to believe. Its difficult for anyone to believe. Read national news. Check it for yourself.
waco1909 wrote:
TSF you're over the edge old boy.
littlepup

Greer, SC

#40531 Jun 17, 2013
TSF wrote:
I know the antics of the NC republikan party of stupid are difficult to believe. Its difficult for anyone to believe. Read national news. Check it for yourself.
<quoted text>
Or you can go to the Gov. website and read the bills in their entirety and see how the language reads. As well as, any parts that are left out by the media and other sources. It might be a tad boring but at least you get the entire picture and can form your own opinion. Sometimes reporters insert two cents worth.

“Vote”

Since: May 12

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#40532 Jun 17, 2013
emlu wrote:
<quoted text>Sweetie, you shouldn't be talking about someone being over the edge, especially since you're a certified psychiatric hospital mental case resident patient and a smelly one a that. Have the orderlies change your shitty diaper and wash your poopy hands sweetie.
Yes it's old Allen martel ho again, this time pretending to be a woman. But I'm still insanely hoping that Waco will love me. I'll pretend to be everybody on topix to get that attention crave. I'm nuts. So what.
TSF

Clinton, NC

#40533 Jun 18, 2013
Ex-North Carolina Gov. Jim Holshouser Dies at 78. Now there was a respectable republican who was a champion of education , a religious leader and a compassionate person.

Since: Sep 12

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#40534 Jun 18, 2013
emlu wrote:
<quoted text>Sweetie, you shouldn't be talking about someone being over the edge, especially since you're a certified psychiatric hospital mental case resident patient and a smelly one a that. Have the orderlies change your shitty diaper and wash your poopy hands sweetie.
No way I'm in Lumberton, who are you??
littlepup

Greer, SC

#40535 Jun 18, 2013
"(Newser)– News that both Bill Clinton and John McCain think Obama is being a wuss on Syria should be a wake-up call for the President, says Maureen Dowd in the New York Times. "When the man who polled where to take his summer vacation and whether to tell the truth about his affair with Monica Lewinsky tells you you’re a captive of polls, you’d better listen up," she writes. It's a lesson Clinton learned through Kosovo, Bosnia, and his inaction on Rwanda genocide. Once the damage has been done, you can't excuse your inaction by saying "Oh my God, two years ago there was a poll that said 80% of you were against it," Clinton reportedly said in a recent Q&A. "So you really have to in the end trust the American people, tell them what you’re doing, and hope to God you can sell it."

But even now Obama has offered a "pittance" of some small arms and ammunition for Syrian rebels, he's still failing to "sell it." His deputy national security adviser was the one who announced the plan, and even Obama himself has said it won't do anything but buy more time. "He seems incapable of getting in front of issues and shaping public and Congressional opinion with a strong selling job," Dowd writes. "The less Obama leads, the more likely it is that history will see him as a pallid interregnum between two chaotic Clinton eras." Click to read Maureen Dowd's full column at the Times." OR he could do this: " (Newser)

Palin on Syria:'Let Allah Sort It Out' "Militarily, where is our commander in chief? We're talking now more new interventions. I say until we know what we’re doing, until we have a commander in chief who knows what he's doing, well, let these radical Islamic countries who aren't even respecting basic human rights, where both sides are slaughtering each other as they scream over an arbitrary red line,'Allah Akbar,' I say until we have someone who knows what they’re doing, I say let Allah sort it out."
TSF

Clinton, NC

#40536 Jun 18, 2013
Let Bill Clinton and John McCain go to Syria and fight . Let Allah decide their fate also. We have our own oil. To hell with Syria.
littlepup wrote:
"(Newser)– News that both Bill Clinton and John McCain think Obama is being a wuss on Syria should be a wake-up call for the President, says Maureen Dowd in the New York Times. "When the man who polled where to take his summer vacation and whether to tell the truth about his affair with Monica Lewinsky tells you you’re a captive of polls, you’d better listen up," she writes. It's a lesson Clinton learned through Kosovo, Bosnia, and his inaction on Rwanda genocide. Once the damage has been done, you can't excuse your inaction by saying "Oh my God, two years ago there was a poll that said 80% of you were against it," Clinton reportedly said in a recent Q&A. "So you really have to in the end trust the American people, tell them what you’re doing, and hope to God you can sell it."
But even now Obama has offered a "pittance" of some small arms and ammunition for Syrian rebels, he's still failing to "sell it." His deputy national security adviser was the one who announced the plan, and even Obama himself has said it won't do anything but buy more time. "He seems incapable of getting in front of issues and shaping public and Congressional opinion with a strong selling job," Dowd writes. "The less Obama leads, the more likely it is that history will see him as a pallid interregnum between two chaotic Clinton eras." Click to read Maureen Dowd's full column at the Times." OR he could do this: " (Newser)
Palin on Syria:'Let Allah Sort It Out' "Militarily, where is our commander in chief? We're talking now more new interventions. I say until we know what we’re doing, until we have a commander in chief who knows what he's doing, well, let these radical Islamic countries who aren't even respecting basic human rights, where both sides are slaughtering each other as they scream over an arbitrary red line,'Allah Akbar,' I say until we have someone who knows what they’re doing, I say let Allah sort it out."

“Vote”

Since: May 12

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#40537 Jun 18, 2013
Talk about shortsighted TSF.... SYRIANS.. don't have much oil. Why do you think the Russians are so interested in Syria? Why do you think the Iranians are sending four thousand elite trooos there?
littlepup

Greer, SC

#40538 Jun 18, 2013
TSF wrote:
Let Bill Clinton and John McCain go to Syria and fight . Let Allah decide their fate also. We have our own oil. To hell with Syria.
<quoted text>
Tell your President.

“Vote”

Since: May 12

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#40539 Jun 18, 2013
The USA doesn't get much oil from Syria. Russia has billions of dollars in trade and investments in Syria. Which they do not want jeopardized. They are also trying to keep revolution from spreading to Russian Dagestan, which is Muslim.
TSF

Clinton, NC

#40540 Jun 18, 2013
I have no concern about Russia's investments , trade agreements or civil war in Syria or Russia. We should leave them alone and let them settle it themselves. Those towel heads have been fighting each other for thousands of years and we think we can stop it? Both sides in this civil war hate the USA. Eventually, either or both sides will use our own weapons against our troops. I think Obama is caving in to pressure of political polls by even sending them anything. We should stay out of family fights. Years ago, a man cut a new suit right off me because I tried to stop him beating his wife. She joined in with him attacking me. I learned that if a man wants to beat his wife, she probably deserves it. Same goes for countries having civil wars.
waco1909 wrote:
The USA doesn't get much oil from Syria. Russia has billions of dollars in trade and investments in Syria. Which they do not want jeopardized. They are also trying to keep revolution from spreading to Russian Dagestan, which is Muslim.

“Vote”

Since: May 12

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#40541 Jun 18, 2013
Syria is only a part of what is happening. Turkey is looking unstable at this point, as middle class Turks are beginning disenchanted with the ruling party , which has become more religious and far less secular than they like. The whole area has been a powderkeg for years, but now the fuse is burning fast. Iran made the decision to send in four thousand troops, which is greatly alarming the Israelis. China, Russia, and USA all have interests in the area. Your isolationist tendencies are naive in 2013. You tend to think in black and white friend. This isn't 1917. The major industrial powers are far more closely intertwined now. What affects one, affects all.
TSF

Clinton, NC

#40542 Jun 18, 2013
Not much difference there between 2013 and 1917. The towel heads were fighting each other over water holes with black powder rifles in 1917. 2013 they are fighting each other over territory with Ak 47s, missiles and jet planes. Let them fight.
Leave them alone. We have already borrowed ourselves into bankruptcy with wars that are really none of our business. Its time to pay attention to our own problems instead of worrying about everyone else.
waco1909 wrote:
Syria is only a part of what is happening. Turkey is looking unstable at this point, as middle class Turks are beginning disenchanted with the ruling party , which has become more religious and far less secular than they like. The whole area has been a powderkeg for years, but now the fuse is burning fast. Iran made the decision to send in four thousand troops, which is greatly alarming the Israelis. China, Russia, and USA all have interests in the area. Your isolationist tendencies are naive in 2013. You tend to think in black and white friend. This isn't 1917. The major industrial powers are far more closely intertwined now. What affects one, affects all.

“Vote”

Since: May 12

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#40544 Jun 18, 2013
Hitler had some simple solutions to the problems of Germany. Simple is not always better.
waco1909

Greer, SC

#40545 Jun 18, 2013
I say again.what affects one affects all.I say again,this is not 1917.If you cant grasp the concept TSF then you are simply being obtuse.
TSF

Clinton, NC

#40546 Jun 18, 2013
Exactly. The many factions of the Syrian resistance are almost exclusively Muslim extremist who hate America.. Under Al-Assad's government Christians have had some measure of protection from the Muslim fanatics. So if Al-Assad is deposed , what do you suppose will happen to those Christians after that? The chicken hawks are beating the war drums again, and I understand that, its good for the arms business, but it is horrible for the US treasury . What would make more sense to me is to SELL them arms rather than borrow money from China to GIVE them arms. Protecting Israel is not an excuse either.. The Zionist Jews really don't care what happens to the Syrian Christians-- or the US either for that matter.
waco1909 wrote:
Hitler had some simple solutions to the problems of Germany. Simple is not always better.
TSF

Clinton, NC

#40547 Jun 18, 2013
One concept that I have a firm grasp of is the USA treasury being extremely fragile. I am unwilling to borrow more money from China to send jet planes and drones fight a bunch of towel heads who burn camel shit to cook with. That makes the USA look like a bully to the rest of the world . It makes us look weak to the world and invites further aggression. It expends valuable resources that we should be spending on updating our crumbling infrastructure and improving our rotting finances. When the USA is actually threatened, we should wipe out the enemy using anything available. Until then , we should mind our own business and stay quiet .
waco1909 wrote:
I say again.what affects one affects all.I say again,this is not 1917.If you cant grasp the concept TSF then you are simply being obtuse.
TROLL

Clover, SC

#40548 Jun 18, 2013
SOLUTION TO IRS PROBLEM = EVERYONE should send the IRS a page of printer paper with your choice of whatever comments you wish. Send this paper every day and bury their sorry a$$e$ in paper. They have to open every envelope.

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