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#89452 Oct 24, 2013
justme wrote:
<quoted text> Split -shift at your mcjob again? Yes we must all learn a new language so we can explain this once AGAIN unfortunately inbreeding over generations causes poor unfortunates like yourself to loose the ability to retain the information giving, now go take your nite-nite nuggets and get back in bed with your sister like a good retardican
Democrats are mentally too far gone to recognize reality.
Keeping drinking that sodium fluoride in that dihydrogen monoxide.
The solution is here. http://weaselzippers.us/wp-content/uploads/BV...

Since: Jul 13

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#89453 Oct 24, 2013
Yellow Dawg Democrat wrote:
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Oh, okay! You admit that you actually ARE that clueless! I am astounded at your honesty! There may be hope for you.
@ yellow dawg......

With so much inbreeding in your family can you tell me which one are you in this picture? http://a.disquscdn.com/uploads/mediaembed/ima...
justme

United States

#89454 Oct 24, 2013
NFOBANG wrote:
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Democrats are mentally too far gone to recognize reality.
Keeping drinking that sodium fluoride in that dihydrogen monoxide.
The solution is here. http://weaselzippers.us/wp-content/uploads/BV...
Sorry I am still learning your language, let me try again duh duh duh Doyle dee doy dee duh now you go nite nite too! Moron

Since: Jul 13

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#89455 Oct 24, 2013
justme wrote:
<quoted text> Sorry I am still learning your language, let me try again duh duh duh Doyle dee doy dee duh now you go nite nite too! Moron
No doubt you can comprehend this one. The story is in the pic.
http://a.disquscdn.com/uploads/mediaembed/ima...

“KC's Son got a Meal Ticket!”

Since: Sep 09

Now the basement is clean!

#89456 Oct 25, 2013
Clinton-Obama agenda wrote:
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As you think I am clueless the clues are slowly sinking into you. The Dems are turning to right to save their asses in 2014!
The Republicans, presumably "led" by the "Tea Partiers," have irretrievably sunk into the morass of the extremist right-wing political spectrum, from which there is no return.

The Republicans are lying there in the swamp, quivering with unrequited anticipation, thinking that they will win some elections. Not to worry. They won't.
Heads upASS CONservatives

Saint Louis, MO

#89457 Oct 25, 2013
Yellow Dawg Democrat wrote:
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The Republicans, presumably "led" by the "Tea Partiers," have irretrievably sunk into the morass of the extremist right-wing political spectrum, from which there is no return.
The Republicans are lying there in the swamp, quivering with unrequited anticipation, thinking that they will win some elections. Not to worry. They won't.
Game Point

“KC's Son got a Meal Ticket!”

Since: Sep 09

Now the basement is clean!

#89458 Oct 25, 2013
Clinton-Obama agenda wrote:
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You thoughts are in vain. You are fighting for an agenda that can turn at a moments notice just at the thought of self preservation.
Democrats have an agenda, thank you very much! And it is working, and has no need to "turn." Only the deluded, misguided Republicans should be thinking about turning their entire failing extremist right-wing program around for their self-preservation.

Not to worry! The "Tea Partiers" will make sure that the Republican Party will continue to sink, struggling and screaming for breath, into the quicksand called "extremist right-wing politics," which has no chance of winning a national election.

Do you know why Bill Clinton and Barack Obama won? Because they are moderates. The word "moderate" is no longer in the Republican lexicon.
Heads upASS CONservatives

Saint Louis, MO

#89459 Oct 25, 2013

Numerous polls have shown that a majority of Americans assign a larger share of blame for the shutdown to congressional Republicans, who tried to tie government funding provisions to defunding the Affordable Care Act.

Even prominent Republicans like Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) and Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) have criticized their colleagues in the House for damaging the GOP's image.

Fifty-four percent of Americans now oppose Republican control of the House, according to a CNN-ORC poll released on Monday. And a series of polls commissioned by progressive advocacy group Moveon.org and conducted by Public Policy Polling released in batches over the last several days indicate Democrats may have enough momentum to take back the House.

Democrats only need to lock up 17 additional seats in the November 2014 midterm elections to secure a House majority. The new polls show the recent government shutdown may cause as many as 37 Republicans to lose their House seats next year.

PPP pollsters surveyed 61 Republican-held congressional districts around the country from Oct. 1 through Oct. 18. They concluded that “Democrats not only have an opportunity to take back the House of Representatives next year, but that they could win a sizable majority if voter anger over the shutdown carries into 2014."

According to a PPP memo released on Monday:

Republicans will likely find this third round of surveys to be the most alarming yet, given that the new results show substantial Republican vulnerability in many districts that were not even supposed to be close. Incumbent Republicans trail generic Democrats in 15 of the 25 districts we most recently surveyed. This means generic Democrats lead in 37 of 61 districts polled since the beginning of the government shutdown.
Let's meet the 37 Republicans, including some longtime incumbents, who could lose their seats to Democrats in the 2014 midterm elections.
Heads upASS CONservatives

Saint Louis, MO

#89460 Oct 25, 2013
Meet The 37 House Republicans Who Could Lose Their Jobs For Shutting Down The Government

1. California -- District 25: Rep. Howard "Buck" McKeon
2. California -- District 39: Rep. Edward Royce
3. California -- District 49: Rep. Darrell Issa
4. Colorado -- District 3: Rep. Scott Tipton
5. Florida -- District 7: Rep. John L. Mica
6. Florida -- District 15: Rep. Dennis Ross
7. Florida -- District 25: Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart
8. Florida -- District 27: Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen
9. Illinois -- District 6: Rep. Peter Roskam
10. Illinois -- District 16: Rep. Adam Kinzinger
11. Michigan -- District 3: Rep. Justin Amash
12. Michigan -- District 4: Rep. Dave Camp
13. Michigan -- District 6: Rep. Fred Upton
14. Michigan -- District 8: Rep. Mike Rogers
15. New Jersey -- District 2: Rep. Frank LoBiondo
16. New Jersey -- District 3: Rep. Jon Runyan
17. New Jersey -- District 5: Rep. Scott Garrett
18. New Jersey -- District 7: Rep. Leonard Lance
19. New Jersey -- District 11: Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen
20. New York -- District 2: Rep. Peter King
21. New York -- District 22: Rep. Richard Hanna
22. Ohio -- District 1: Rep. Steven Chabot
23. Ohio -- District 10: Rep. Michael Turner
24. Ohio -- District 15: Rep. Steven Stivers
25. Ohio -- District 16: Rep. James B. Renacci
26. Pennsylvania -- District 6: Rep. Jim Gerlach
27. Pennsylvania -- District 15: Rep. Charlie Dent
28. Pennsylvania -- District 16: Rep. Joe Pitts
29. Virginia -- District 1: Rep. Robert Wittman
30. Virginia -- District 4: Rep. Randy Forbes
31. Virginia -- District 5: Rep. Robert Hurt
32. Virginia -- District 10: Rep. Frank Wolf
33. Washington -- District 3: Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler
34. Washington -- District 8: Rep. Dave Reichert
35. Wisconsin -- District 1: Rep. Paul Ryan
36. Wisconsin -- District 6: Rep. Tom Petri
37. Wisconsin -- District 8: Rep. Reid Ribble

“KC's Son got a Meal Ticket!”

Since: Sep 09

Now the basement is clean!

#89461 Oct 25, 2013
NFOBANG wrote:
Oh, YEAH! A goofy graphic "tells the real story"! You guys have run out of gas. Visions! Ideas! Except for your "goofy" graphics, which you mistake for policies.

Your link shows the troubles which have arisen with the "Advanced Care Act" websites.

Your link does NOT show the basic troubles facing a formerly major political party which left its roots for the "fools gold riches" promised by the loser right-wing extremists.

As Republican California US Representative Sonny Bono said in 1996 -- a similar time: "Our problem was that we began to believe our own rhetoric."

You foolishly think that your "lemming stampede" will lead to political success. So far, you have not noticed that the cliff in your path will tragically end your stampede by total destruction.

What now appears to be "blue sky" will soon be recognized as the jagged rocks of your obliteration.
Heads upASS CONservatives

Saint Louis, MO

#89462 Oct 25, 2013
GOPee, even our own party can't stand us!

Thats a heck of a slogan for 2014.

“KC's Son got a Meal Ticket!”

Since: Sep 09

Now the basement is clean!

#89463 Oct 25, 2013
NFOBANG wrote:
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Democrats are mentally too far gone to recognize reality.
Keeping drinking that sodium fluoride in that dihydrogen monoxide.
The solution is here. http://weaselzippers.us/wp-content/uploads/BV...
Huh? Your goofy graphic is a "solution"? You have completely lost it. Why don't you just leave, to keep from embarrassing yourself again?
Heads upASS CONservatives

Saint Louis, MO

#89464 Oct 25, 2013
GOPee Candidates better hope they get signed up for the Obama care, Cause they are about to get beat like an old drum, and will need the coverage

“KC's Son got a Meal Ticket!”

Since: Sep 09

Now the basement is clean!

#89465 Oct 25, 2013
NFOBANG wrote:
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@ yellow dawg......
With so much inbreeding in your family can you tell me which one are you in this picture? http://a.disquscdn.com/uploads/mediaembed/ima...
My families were pioneers, who continued to move across America during its initial settlement typically marrying other families met along the migration trail. My immediate family continues to move across America and the world. Not much likelihood of "inbreeding" in a dynamic family like that.

So tell us: does your goofy graphic actually contain some obscure point? Or perhaps, since you presented it, it is actually YOUR family? Do tell us why the goofy graphic could indicate the possibility that you might be able to come up with a coherent thought?

“KC's Son got a Meal Ticket!”

Since: Sep 09

Now the basement is clean!

#89466 Oct 25, 2013
NFOBANG wrote:
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No doubt you can comprehend this one. The story is in the pic.
http://a.disquscdn.com/uploads/mediaembed/ima...
Sorry. No. The propagandistic lie is contained in text PhotoShopped over a photograph.

PhotoShopping a lie does not make the lie suddenly become true.(But I must admit that it does get the interest of those of you who only have grade-school intellect. Somehow you think that you are doing some "deep thinking," since you can read the words and see the graphic.)

“KC's Son got a Meal Ticket!”

Since: Sep 09

Now the basement is clean!

#89467 Oct 25, 2013
Heads upASS CONservatives wrote:
Numerous polls have shown that a majority of Americans assign a larger share of blame for the shutdown to congressional Republicans, who tried to tie government funding provisions to defunding the Affordable Care Act.
Even prominent Republicans like Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) and Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) have criticized their colleagues in the House for damaging the GOP's image.
Fifty-four percent of Americans now oppose Republican control of the House, according to a CNN-ORC poll released on Monday. And a series of polls commissioned by progressive advocacy group Moveon.org and conducted by Public Policy Polling released in batches over the last several days indicate Democrats may have enough momentum to take back the House.
Democrats only need to lock up 17 additional seats in the November 2014 midterm elections to secure a House majority. The new polls show the recent government shutdown may cause as many as 37 Republicans to lose their House seats next year.
PPP pollsters surveyed 61 Republican-held congressional districts around the country from Oct. 1 through Oct. 18. They concluded that “Democrats not only have an opportunity to take back the House of Representatives next year, but that they could win a sizable majority if voter anger over the shutdown carries into 2014."
According to a PPP memo released on Monday:
Republicans will likely find this third round of surveys to be the most alarming yet, given that the new results show substantial Republican vulnerability in many districts that were not even supposed to be close. Incumbent Republicans trail generic Democrats in 15 of the 25 districts we most recently surveyed. This means generic Democrats lead in 37 of 61 districts polled since the beginning of the government shutdown.
Let's meet the 37 Republicans, including some longtime incumbents, who could lose their seats to Democrats in the 2014 midterm elections.
"Democrats only need to lock up 17 additional seats in the November 2014 midterm elections to secure a House majority. The new polls show the recent government shutdown may cause as many as 37 Republicans to lose their House seats next year."

YES!
rally

United States

#89468 Oct 25, 2013
Democrats need to hold on to what they have. ObamaCare is the death nail in this up coming election cycle ad remember the talking points yellow dawg as a democrap or a member of the press your not supposed to use the word ObamaCare your suppose to use the affordable care act
Clinton-Obama agenda

United States

#89469 Oct 25, 2013
Heads upASS CONservatives wrote:
Meet The 37 House Republicans Who Could Lose Their Jobs For Shutting Down The Government
1. California -- District 25: Rep. Howard "Buck" McKeon
2. California -- District 39: Rep. Edward Royce
3. California -- District 49: Rep. Darrell Issa
4. Colorado -- District 3: Rep. Scott Tipton
5. Florida -- District 7: Rep. John L. Mica
6. Florida -- District 15: Rep. Dennis Ross
7. Florida -- District 25: Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart
8. Florida -- District 27: Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen
9. Illinois -- District 6: Rep. Peter Roskam
10. Illinois -- District 16: Rep. Adam Kinzinger
11. Michigan -- District 3: Rep. Justin Amash
12. Michigan -- District 4: Rep. Dave Camp
13. Michigan -- District 6: Rep. Fred Upton
14. Michigan -- District 8: Rep. Mike Rogers
15. New Jersey -- District 2: Rep. Frank LoBiondo
16. New Jersey -- District 3: Rep. Jon Runyan
17. New Jersey -- District 5: Rep. Scott Garrett
18. New Jersey -- District 7: Rep. Leonard Lance
19. New Jersey -- District 11: Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen
20. New York -- District 2: Rep. Peter King
21. New York -- District 22: Rep. Richard Hanna
22. Ohio -- District 1: Rep. Steven Chabot
23. Ohio -- District 10: Rep. Michael Turner
24. Ohio -- District 15: Rep. Steven Stivers
25. Ohio -- District 16: Rep. James B. Renacci
26. Pennsylvania -- District 6: Rep. Jim Gerlach
27. Pennsylvania -- District 15: Rep. Charlie Dent
28. Pennsylvania -- District 16: Rep. Joe Pitts
29. Virginia -- District 1: Rep. Robert Wittman
30. Virginia -- District 4: Rep. Randy Forbes
31. Virginia -- District 5: Rep. Robert Hurt
32. Virginia -- District 10: Rep. Frank Wolf
33. Washington -- District 3: Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler
34. Washington -- District 8: Rep. Dave Reichert
35. Wisconsin -- District 1: Rep. Paul Ryan
36. Wisconsin -- District 6: Rep. Tom Petri
37. Wisconsin -- District 8: Rep. Reid Ribble
These guys are fighting the liberal, far left, narcisistic Demoncrats that have been destroying the American middle class healthcare and economic progress.

We need more guys like these! The Dems will demonize them because a better America for the middle class is NOT on the Demoncrat agenda.
Clinton-Obama agenda

United States

#89470 Oct 25, 2013
Yellow Dawg Democrat wrote:
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"Democrats only need to lock up 17 additional seats in the November 2014 midterm elections to secure a House majority. The new polls show the recent government shutdown may cause as many as 37 Republicans to lose their House seats next year."
YES!
Shutting the government down might have beed a problem for you, but REAL middle class America are victims of the liberal left wing, narcisistic run Demoncratic government.

The shut down was actually a relief and too bad it didn't last longer.

Because of all the greed and graft imposed by government that was shut down, we(middle-class America) actually saved money!
Clinton-Obama agenda

United States

#89471 Oct 25, 2013
Yellow Dawg Democrat wrote:
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Oh, YEAH! A goofy graphic "tells the real story"! You guys have run out of gas. Visions! Ideas! Except for your "goofy" graphics, which you mistake for policies.
Your link shows the troubles which have arisen with the "Advanced Care Act" websites.
Your link does NOT show the basic troubles facing a formerly major political party which left its roots for the "fools gold riches" promised by the loser right-wing extremists.
As Republican California US Representative Sonny Bono said in 1996 -- a similar time: "Our problem was that we began to believe our own rhetoric."
You foolishly think that your "lemming stampede" will lead to political success. So far, you have not noticed that the cliff in your path will tragically end your stampede by total destruction.
What now appears to be "blue sky" will soon be recognized as the jagged rocks of your obliteration.
The real lemming here is you.

Following the Demoncratic majority government (Clinton-Obama agenda) for the past 20 years has led Middle-Class America to economic ruin and the Elites to unbeliveable riches.

Republicans have had no real power over the last 20 years and where we are now is the result.

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