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“Comfort the afflicted”

Since: May 13

Afflict the comfortable

#18776 Jun 30, 2013
Crowley wrote:
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Meat Lover, you seem to be very concerned about gay marriage. Are we hearing wedding bells for Stuck Fick and you?
I'm always concerned about equality. You dumb tea baggers don't grasp it, but the fact remains that it's an important foundation this country was built upon. While you guys bitch about government intrusion, we're actually doing something about it. You hate intrusion unless it's telling us what religion to believe in, who to sleep with, whether or not we can have kids or who we can marry. We know you don't understand hypocrisy, but that's what it is. Just look at our founding fathers - your heroes - who wrote "all men are created equal" on our founding documents but allowed slavery for another 100 years.

“Comfort the afflicted”

Since: May 13

Afflict the comfortable

#18777 Jun 30, 2013
mcbill wrote:
Baconhead... You're off your nut. Deportations down in your pants maybe. You godless meatsacks-o-shet will bite on anything other than the truth. You and that dogtirdbakinginthesun are doing your party a great service... Go Joe!
http://m.weeklystandard.com/blogs/deportation...

Sorry. Here again are those damn facts constantly getting in the way of the dumb tea bagger's deluded mind. And from a tea bagger rag, nonetheless.

And we don't need to do our party any service. Ours is fine, gearing up for another ass-whipping of whatever sacrifical lamb you dumb tea baggers send up. You dumb tea baggers are killing your party, and you're too stupid to notice over your fear of everything outside your trailer.

And hey, you still hate Obamacare even though it's gonna save you a couple hundred a month next year? Hahaha.

“Of Course I Can”

Since: Sep 08

Location hidden

#18778 Jun 30, 2013
mcbill wrote:
Baconhead... You're off your nut. Deportations down in your pants maybe. You godless meatsacks-o-shet will bite on anything other than the truth. You and that dogtirdbakinginthesun are doing your party a great service... Go Joe!
^^^Fox News half-wit.

“Of Course I Can”

Since: Sep 08

Location hidden

#18779 Jun 30, 2013
Crowley wrote:
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Meat Lover, you seem to be very concerned about gay marriage. Are we hearing wedding bells for Stuck Fick and you?
^^^imagines everyone is gay like he is. Goes through several boxes of Kleenex a day pleasuring himself while lost in gay fantasies.
Crowley

Fairmont, WV

#18780 Jun 30, 2013
Sundog512 wrote:
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^^^imagines everyone is gay like he is. Goes through several boxes of Kleenex a day pleasuring himself while lost in gay fantasies.
You seem to know a lot about gay fantasies Stuck Fick, and Meat Lover did not answer my question.

“Of Course I Can”

Since: Sep 08

Location hidden

#18781 Jun 30, 2013
Crowley wrote:
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You seem to know a lot about gay fantasies Stuck Fick, and Meat Lover did not answer my question.
I'm sure he didn't answer your question because,like most things you say, it was pure ignorance.

The only thing I know about gay fantasies Closet Cowardly, is that you have a lot of them.
Arthur

United States

#18782 Jun 30, 2013
BERLIN (AP)— Senior European officials expressed concern Sunday at reports that U.S. intelligence agents bugged EU offices on both sides of the Atlantic, with some leftist lawmakers calling for concrete sanctions against Washington.

The president of the European Parliament, Martin Schulz, said he was "deeply worried and shocked about the allegations of U.S. authorities spying on EU offices" made in a report published Sunday by German news weekly Der Spiegel.

The magazine said the surveillance was carried out by the U.S. National Security Agency, which has recently been the subject of leaks claiming it scanned vast amounts of foreign Internet traffic. The U.S. government has defended its efforts to intercept electronic communications overseas by arguing that this has helped prevent terror attacks at home and abroad.

Schulz said that if the allegations that the NSA bugged European Union offices were confirmed "it would be an extremely serious matter which will have a severe impact on EU-US relations."

Green Party leaders in the European Parliament, Rebecca Harms and Daniel Cohn-Bendit, called for an immediate investigation into the claims and suggested that recently launched negotiations on a trans-Atlantic trade treaty should be put on hold.

They also called for existing U.S.-EU agreements on the exchange of bank transfer and passenger record information to be canceled. Both programs have been labeled as unwarranted infringements of citizens' privacy by left-wing and libertarian lawmakers in Europe.

In Germany, where criticism of the NSA's surveillance programs has been particularly vocal, a senior government official accused the United States on Sunday of using Cold War methods against its allies by targeting EU offices in Washington, New York and Brussels.

"If the media reports are accurate, then this recalls the methods used by enemies during the Cold War," German Justice Minister Sabine Leutheusser-Schnarrenberger. "It is beyond comprehension that our friends in the United States see Europeans as enemies."

Hate to say it but I told ya so. FAIL

“Comfort the afflicted”

Since: May 13

Afflict the comfortable

#18783 Jun 30, 2013
We have spies in Europe? Wow. Since when? 1930! Great! Who's surprised? Dumb tea baggers. Ok, makes sense now.
fat

Elkview, WV

#18784 Jun 30, 2013
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My Little Pony

Goshen, VA

#18785 Jun 30, 2013
bloody basket weavin cheese burger up the arse slap stick jolly hole bugger
exil

Elizabeth, WV

#18786 Jun 30, 2013
Why don't you so called people shut. You all are sooo dumb.
Well Duh

Ashburn, VA

#18787 Jul 1, 2013
I have not commented lately, but sat back and I have been reading the comments. I have seen name calling from liberal democrats and the right republicans. Here we are arguing among ourselves and we expect our elected officals to do no less. Everyone has a opinion on how to run this country and it has people divided. Who benifits from this? Just the government to keep us going while they do their thin and they make money and so will big business. Can we agree that we want a stronger workforce and pride in ourselves because of this? Can we agree we want our troops back? Can we agree to uphold the constitution from enemies abroad and domestic?

“Comfort the afflicted”

Since: May 13

Afflict the comfortable

#18788 Jul 1, 2013
You're misconstruing the problem with government today. Democrats and republicans can - and have - worked together to accomplish major turnarounds. From ending the illegal and useless wars to saving the US auto industry to finally giving equality to all Americans. The problem today is the third party, which controls and disbands the republicans. The tea baggers have successfully ended the GOP as a money-and-development-first party and morphed them into a group scared of change. From guns to gays and from immigration to the environment, what was once a party that could listen to reason and reject ridiculous biblical fear has now become a party who is locked in a stalemate with each other. They can accomplish only one thing - obstructionism. And they haven't been successful with that either.

“what are you talking about you”

Since: Mar 11

schlappington, by god

#18789 Jul 1, 2013
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frig my lifes!

“Of Course I Can”

Since: Sep 08

Location hidden

#18790 Jul 1, 2013
Well Duh

Ashburn, VA

#18791 Jul 1, 2013
bacon hater.....The auto industry being saved......Ford did not take the bail out and strived. Immigration is something I did not agree with like back when Reagan did it. Same problem with almost the same solution. Where is the deterent later on? I do not like walls. Tea Party started out right and they kept going way right. We are still a me first nation with the generation comming up.Just like giving trophies to kids just showing up and not earning them.We reward mediocore instead of actual achivements that mean something. Accomplishments mean nothing because you have to share with a group and the ones who just show up need to be rewarded for doing what they get paid for or they do less. I am looking for something that has become old fashioned. It is called pride and to strive for something even if it is hard to do. This dose not make me a tea bagger, but someone looking to make their way with honesty and integrity.
Arthur

United States

#18792 Jul 1, 2013
bacon hater wrote:
We have spies in Europe? Wow. Since when? 1930! Great! Who's surprised? Dumb tea baggers. Ok, makes sense now.
Only someone like Nancy Pelosi would be so stupid as to make that comment. Yes we had spies in Europe, but back then our country wasnt run by and full of little sissy boys scared of their own shadow. Back then we spied on the enemy. Now we illegally spy on friends and enemies alike because we are a country full of gutless cowards like yourself.

“what it is, is what it is!”

Since: Jun 13

Location hidden

#18793 Jul 1, 2013
bacon hater wrote:
You're misconstruing the problem with government today. Democrats and republicans can - and have - worked together to accomplish major turnarounds. From ending the illegal and useless wars to saving the US auto industry to finally giving equality to all Americans. The problem today is the third party, which controls and disbands the republicans. The tea baggers have successfully ended the GOP as a money-and-development-first party and morphed them into a group scared of change. From guns to gays and from immigration to the environment, what was once a party that could listen to reason and reject ridiculous biblical fear has now become a party who is locked in a stalemate with each other. They can accomplish only one thing - obstructionism. And they haven't been successful with that either.
So we can tell what you think of the Tea Party and Republicans. Now tell us what you think of the Liberals and the New Socialist Democratic Party. Take your time and at least have a couple of negative thoughts. I can think of a lot of negative things about both parties. Internal problems with both parties and not lame issues like how they deal with those opposite of there own party either. True faults of both parties.

“Comfort the afflicted”

Since: May 13

Afflict the comfortable

#18794 Jul 1, 2013
I'm ommitting the corporate influence because it affect both parties equally, and so, in my view, the only problem with the democratic party today is their move to the center. Under Clinton, things like immigration reform the senate just passed and cap and trade were REPUBLICAN compromises to our power. Today, they're democratic efforts. It's silly. True democrats would have shoved a single-payer health plan straight down the throats of the GOP and ended the health insurance companies once and for all. We'd have pushed stem cell research so hard Bush couldn't have suspended it. We'd have ended the drug war (we lost). We'd never have allowed an invasion for lies. We'd have used public funding to rebuild our electric grid, established a plan to end fossil fuel use within 25 years and imposed Clinton-era taxation of the top one percent while expanding the social safety net so that no American could ever be homeless or hungry. We'd have turned the abortion-gay rights-contraception debates into what they are - stupid fringe arguments for dumb people.

Those were once the goals of all democrats. But we backed off. It was a mistake. Hillary, however, will bring them back. It won't seem like it at first, because she'l play the center to dominate the election. But when she takes office, the days of democrats compromising with the obstructionist tea baggers are OVER.

“Of Course I Can”

Since: Sep 08

Location hidden

#18795 Jul 1, 2013
To be fair, Ford had their meltdown several years earlier (prior to 2006) and had already implemented cost cutting, restructuring and re-tooling by the time the recession hit in 2007. They were making fuel efficient cars long before anyone else was even thinking about doing it. Most all of the new Ford workers were non-union (through Visteon) and they were paying them 2/3's of what a regular union employee was making.

America's problem is that politicians are not leaders. All they know how to do is win elections but the majority of them are not willing to do the difficult jobs of running this country. Somebody needs to tell us to shut the hell up and stop whining. As bad as we think we have it here, we are still better off than most of the rest of the world.

We get stuck on "hot-button" issues like abortion, gay marriage, gun control, and immigration. None of those matters, as far as I am concerned are at the heart of the problem and politicians force us to spend far too much time debating merits of each.

Our only problem is that the people we elect no longer work for us. They work for corporations and special interest groups. Until we fix that problem, nothing in this country is ever going to be fixed.
Well Duh wrote:
bacon hater.....The auto industry being saved......Ford did not take the bail out and strived. Immigration is something I did not agree with like back when Reagan did it. Same problem with almost the same solution. Where is the deterent later on? I do not like walls. Tea Party started out right and they kept going way right. We are still a me first nation with the generation comming up.Just like giving trophies to kids just showing up and not earning them.We reward mediocore instead of actual achivements that mean something. Accomplishments mean nothing because you have to share with a group and the ones who just show up need to be rewarded for doing what they get paid for or they do less. I am looking for something that has become old fashioned. It is called pride and to strive for something even if it is hard to do. This dose not make me a tea bagger, but someone looking to make their way with honesty and integrity.

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