Since: Sep 10

Long Beach, CA

#169799 Oct 10, 2013
BobinTX wrote:
<quoted text>
What do you see as the biggest difference between the two voting blocks?
I don't know, but in my view, your guys have been engaging in government by tantrum.

“Unemployed Bush 5.3 obama 8.7”

Since: Jul 10

Location hidden

#169800 Oct 10, 2013
An interesting article on what happens to a city once it becomes infested with illegal aliens...

Illegals Swarm In — Dallas Transformed

Not at all. In 1996, the apartment complex I moved into upon arrival in town (and lived in for 12 years) was a nice, middle-class complex nestled among beautiful homes in a North Dallas surrounding neighborhood. The residents were 85 percent white Americans. Today that complex is down to 10 percent white Americans, 10 percent black Americans, and 80 percent Mexicans, almost all illegals. And it’s uninhabitable.

This is not capitalism and “creative destruction” at work. This is ideological insanity at work. This is multiculturalist dogma hammered into our lives by the educational system for 40 years coupled with a federal government outrageously negligent as to one of its most fundamental duties – the protection of the nation’s borders.

“It gets worse everyday,” complains one local businessman.“I have owned a contracting business here for 25 years, and I can no longer find any employees that can speak English (nor do they have a desire to). Having been around them for the last ten years on a daily basis, they make no bones about it.”

http://www.conservativeactionalerts.com/2013/...

Thank RINO Senators, McCain, Graham, Rubio and Flake for joining with the Democrats to try to bring this mess to every city in the USA.

“Unemployed Bush 5.3 obama 8.7”

Since: Jul 10

Location hidden

#169801 Oct 10, 2013
Catcher1 wrote:
<quoted text>I don't know, but in my view, your guys have been engaging in government by tantrum.
Do you really think anyone really gives a krap what you think?
HipGnozizzz

Altona, IL

#169802 Oct 10, 2013
Lyndi wrote:
<quoted text>
Appearances matter, Hip and if you'd take just an objective gander at appearances, and if you can control yourself from being a run of the mill, Nathan Hale I only regret I have but one life to give to Obama, democrat for a minute and just be a plain old American, you might get it.
Putting up a piece of SCOTCH TAPE in front of the WW11 memorial would have been too much. It was a disgusting piece of theatre and I don't care how easily it was taken down. It was grossly offensive, it was wrenching and it was unnecessarily ordered by some goon in the OBAMA administration. Or maybe even the head goon.
What part of "government shutdown" do you not understand?

People never cease to amaze. All these extreme-right self-absorbed pseudo-anarchist tea-swillers have been chanting for 5 years now that government is bad, very bad, can't do nuthin right.

But shut it down for a couple of days and all of a sudden they can't wail loud enough for the loss of government facilities and services.

How's this for a disgusting piece of theater? Among the multiple piecemeal bits of the budget House Republicans have advanced is funding for the WIC program.

Soooo.... they're willing to pretend to care about a Women and Infant Children's wealth-redistribution program, while their ultimate goal is to prevent women and infant children from getting help to get insurance because it's "socialist".

Ain't that a pip?

“Custer @ LBH - Ooops”

Since: Nov 07

Bakersfield, CA

#169803 Oct 10, 2013
BobinTX wrote:
<quoted text>
Do you really think anyone really gives a krap what you think?
He's a legend in his own mind.

I call him a worthless troll in here. But I went over to another thread he posts on and found out they call him the same thing over there.

He must'a bragged about being a "lawyer" over there too.

Since: Sep 10

Long Beach, CA

#169804 Oct 10, 2013
BobinTX wrote:
<quoted text>
Do you really think anyone really gives a krap what you think?
Oh, yeah.

No question about it.

Take Clementine for example. She may not agree with me, but she respects my views.

But you're free to reject my views, too.

It's still a free country, despite your guys' efforts.
Lyndi

Sarasota, FL

#169805 Oct 10, 2013
HipGnozizzz wrote:
<quoted text>What part of "government shutdown" do you not understand?
People never cease to amaze. All these extreme-right self-absorbed pseudo-anarchist tea-swillers have been chanting for 5 years now that government is bad, very bad, can't do nuthin right.
But shut it down for a couple of days and all of a sudden they can't wail loud enough for the loss of government facilities and services.
How's this for a disgusting piece of theater? Among the multiple piecemeal bits of the budget House Republicans have advanced is funding for the WIC program.
Soooo.... they're willing to pretend to care about a Women and Infant Children's wealth-redistribution program, while their ultimate goal is to prevent women and infant children from getting help to get insurance because it's "socialist".

Ain't that a pip?
That's IT? That was your pip? Pfft. That wasn't a pip, you silly man. That was just you throwing a nutty because the guy you chose as president is an incompetent dolt who can't lead this country or congress out of a wet paper bag.

I have a pip and my pip tops your pip.
Ready?
Here we go!

((((((( OBAMA APPROVAL RATING PLUMMETS TO 37%)))))))

Now THAT, is what I call a pip!

“Custer @ LBH - Ooops”

Since: Nov 07

Bakersfield, CA

#169806 Oct 10, 2013
HipGnozizzz wrote:
<quoted text>What part of "government shutdown" do you not understand?
People never cease to amaze. All these extreme-right self-absorbed pseudo-anarchist tea-swillers have been chanting for 5 years now that government is bad, very bad, can't do nuthin right.
But shut it down for a couple of days and all of a sudden they can't wail loud enough for the loss of government facilities and services.
How's this for a disgusting piece of theater? Among the multiple piecemeal bits of the budget House Republicans have advanced is funding for the WIC program.
Soooo.... they're willing to pretend to care about a Women and Infant Children's wealth-redistribution program, while their ultimate goal is to prevent women and infant children from getting help to get insurance because it's "socialist".
Ain't that a pip?
You DO realize every time you post a disingenuous loaded diaper like this, yer credibility suffers.

Part of the Dem scheme to collect votes for the king's recoronation
was the so-called "war on women". And of course with the aide of the MSM, that strategem worked.

Knowing that worked for Obama, right now, Terry McAuliff (the
former DNC chairman), in his bid for governor of VA, is putting out false ads claiming Cuccinelli is tilting divorce settlements
AGAINST women, and other similar anti-women propaganda.

McAuliff is currently leading in the polls by 8 points over Cuccinelli. Gee whatta surprise. Dems will stop at NOTHING!

“Custer @ LBH - Ooops”

Since: Nov 07

Bakersfield, CA

#169807 Oct 10, 2013
Catcher1 wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh, yeah.
No question about it.
Take Clementine for example. She may not agree with me, but she respects my views.
But you're free to reject my views, too.
It's still a free country, despite your guys' efforts.
Now there's one helluvan ambulance chaser's stretch.

She knows you mostly from the other thread, and you jerked her chain to get her in here. Problem is, in here, you've been reduced
to a series of stupid humorless one-liners, incessant insults, and liberal grandstanding. Now these are things of which to truly be proud.
HipGnozizzz

Altona, IL

#169808 Oct 10, 2013
Lyndi wrote:
<quoted text>
That's IT? That was your pip? Pfft. That wasn't a pip, you silly man. That was just you throwing a nutty because the guy you chose as president is an incompetent dolt who can't lead this country or congress out of a wet paper bag.
I have a pip and my pip tops your pip.
Ready?
Here we go!
((((((( OBAMA APPROVAL RATING PLUMMETS TO 37%)))))))
Now THAT, is what I call a pip!
Then you're just gonna love this pip.

(((((( 28% Republican Approval Rating Falls To Lowest Point In Gallup Poll History ))))))

How's THAT for a pip?

Since: Sep 10

Long Beach, CA

#169809 Oct 10, 2013
bad bob wrote:
<quoted text>
Now there's one helluvan ambulance chaser's stretch.
She knows you mostly from the other thread, and you jerked her chain to get her in here. Problem is, in here, you've been reduced
to a series of stupid humorless one-liners, incessant insults, and liberal grandstanding. Now these are things of which to truly be proud.
Dude.

Grow a pair.

And stop with the ad hominems.
HipGnozizzz

Altona, IL

#169810 Oct 10, 2013
bad bob wrote:
<quoted text>
You DO realize every time you post a disingenuous loaded diaper like this, yer credibility suffers.
Part of the Dem scheme to collect votes for the king's recoronation
was the so-called "war on women". And of course with the aide of the MSM, that strategem worked.
Knowing that worked for Obama, right now, Terry McAuliff (the
former DNC chairman), in his bid for governor of VA, is putting out false ads claiming Cuccinelli is tilting divorce settlements
AGAINST women, and other similar anti-women propaganda.
McAuliff is currently leading in the polls by 8 points over Cuccinelli. Gee whatta surprise. Dems will stop at NOTHING!
What a surprise in return. Both of yas whip out the trusty ol' misdirection gag.

When ya can't rebut, redirect......

“2016 No Clinton No Bush!”

Since: Dec 06

Lafayette IN

#169811 Oct 10, 2013
BobinTX wrote:
<quoted text>
What do you see as the biggest difference between the two voting blocks?
I ask again - why would I even ATTEMPT to explain the difference between the two voting blocks to someone who attributes 'the security of a husband' as a reason married women voted Republican?

Check your calendar, bobin - it's 2012, not 1980.

That doesn't even touch the 'single women voted for Obama because they want something from the government' nonsense. I mean, you're all but obligated to go there.

The difference in how married and single women vote may have been more pronounced in 2012, but a quick Google search turned up a 1983 column (allegedly) showing polling data conducted by the Reagan White House with similar results.

http://news.google.com/newspapers...
HipGnozizzz

Altona, IL

#169812 Oct 10, 2013
Some have struggled valiantly but vainly to represent the Republican's latest boondoggle as "representing their constituents." Just who are those constituents? Well, let's see....

10 days INTO the Republican gov't shutdown, hundreds of thousands of families, seniors, veterans, and active service personnel do without, with no end in sight, because one faction of one party of one branch of the US government want to legislate by hostage-taking. The suffering and anxiety of those in limbo are not enough to make them budge.

Meanwhile, 6 days AWAY from a gov't default, Wall Street, the Koch Bros, and other 1% elites have let Republicans know that a default MIGHT cause them to lose an odd million or two, and the Republicans are at this moment working late into the night to cut a deal.

Never mind the rhetoric, action speaks louder than words.

So, tell us again, please, just who are the constituency Republicans are committed to serve?

“I'm here with bells on.”

Since: Jul 12

Location hidden

#169813 Oct 10, 2013
HipGnozizzz wrote:
Some have struggled valiantly but vainly to represent the Republican's latest boondoggle as "representing their constituents." Just who are those constituents? Well, let's see....
10 days INTO the Republican gov't shutdown, hundreds of thousands of families, seniors, veterans, and active service personnel do without, with no end in sight, because one faction of one party of one branch of the US government want to legislate by hostage-taking. The suffering and anxiety of those in limbo are not enough to make them budge.
Meanwhile, 6 days AWAY from a gov't default, Wall Street, the Koch Bros, and other 1% elites have let Republicans know that a default MIGHT cause them to lose an odd million or two, and the Republicans are at this moment working late into the night to cut a deal.
Never mind the rhetoric, action speaks louder than words.
So, tell us again, please, just who are the constituency Republicans are committed to serve?
They already know the answer to this, and are still convinced there is a pot of gold at the end of that particular rainbow. This fantasy has been expertly advanced by the same folks who have shipped all the opportunities away from most of us, and purchased lock, stock, and barrel, by those who still see their wagons as being hitched to the old 'American Dream' star.

Meanwhile, the parents of those whose futures have melted away in the face of a rapidly dwindling set of opportunities, and a large influx of 'foreign labor' which competes for what little opportunity there still is,(and I'm not just discussing manual labor here - the majority of college-degreed individuals from other countries are not only NOT burdened with crippling debt, fresh out of college, but are fierce and successful competitors with American citizens in this one) are still swallowing the pablum the robber barons are feeding them, in the belief that 'hard work' and 'doing all the right things', is still the way to get ahead, rather than gaming the system, gouging the other guy, and stepping on a lot of necks (as the Robber Barons did).

How's that working out for their kids?

Just sayin.

“I'm here with bells on.”

Since: Jul 12

Location hidden

#169814 Oct 10, 2013
BobinTX wrote:
<quoted text>
Obviously, voter qualifications were not a requirement, nor will they ever be... case in point, obama and many Democrats got re-elected, even though they forced obamacare on voters that were overwhelmingly against it.
Poll taxes are unconstitutional. Are those your best examples?
I prefer the show us your picture I.D. method, so that poll watchers will know you're a citizen entitled to vote, and that you're voting in the proper location.
While a bunch of Americans are decidedly against 'Obama care', Texas, a bunch MORE Americans were 'overwhelmingly' FOR it.

Suck it up.

“Custer @ LBH - Ooops”

Since: Nov 07

Bakersfield, CA

#169815 Oct 10, 2013
HipGnozizzz wrote:
<quoted text>What a surprise in return. Both of yas whip out the trusty ol' misdirection gag.
When ya can't rebut, redirect......
I have NO interest in staging a rebuttal for someone hell-bent determined to demonize one side of congress over the other. They are BOTH guilty as sin and you freakin' know it.

You also like to remind some of the older posters once in a blue moon, that the liberal label you've been unfairly branded with is somewhat silly.

But somewhere along the dirt road, you traded idologies regardless
of yer original registration. I really don't care much why that happened, but since it did, you'll just have to wear the colors that you fly like it or not.

“Custer @ LBH - Ooops”

Since: Nov 07

Bakersfield, CA

#169816 Oct 10, 2013
Catcher1 wrote:
<quoted text>
Dude.
Grow a pair.
And stop with the ad hominems.
Trolls don't issue orders, especially on an anonymous msg board.

Worthless trolls like you should be exterminated. Unfortunately you're on a safe venue.

One way for you to be treated differently, is to lose the haughty, arrogant aura & the smarmy attitude, demonstrate you are capable of thoughtful civil on-topic exchanges whether the other party agrees with you or not, and endure these qualities for a prolonged period.

And thats just to get ya thru the probation term. This tread wasn't built in a day. Yer peers will be the ultimate judge, jury
and possible executioner (if you don't have the mettle).

But I doubt you even have the sand to consider the context of this msg. So ya might as well have yer shields repaired instead.

“Custer @ LBH - Ooops”

Since: Nov 07

Bakersfield, CA

#169817 Oct 10, 2013
Sister Kathryn Lust wrote:
<quoted text>While a bunch of Americans are decidedly against 'Obama care', Texas, a bunch MORE Americans were 'overwhelmingly' FOR it.
Suck it up.
Yer fulla rat feces just like your mentor.

People were for the ACA because it was their king's signature
centerpiece. Now that it's been altered and rolled out, folks are finding out the only ACA truth boasted by Obama was the short paragraph about pre-existing conditions. All the rest were LIES!

Ins companies are notifying the populace that with the new law, present coverage will not be acceptable. Therefore premiums are doubling and tripling.

Blue Cross/Blue Shield just made such a notification to a father with 6 kids. His current premium went from $437 a month to $1335 a month. And that's not an isolated case either. Republicans wanted to fund the gov't to avoid a shutdown, minus Obamacare. But king Obama and the Sheriff of Nottingham (Harry Reid) were not about to give in to the opposition right OR wrong.

“Unemployed Bush 5.3 obama 8.7”

Since: Jul 10

Location hidden

#169818 Oct 11, 2013
Sister Kathryn Lust wrote:
<quoted text>While a bunch of Americans are decidedly against 'Obama care', Texas, a bunch MORE Americans were 'overwhelmingly' FOR it.
Suck it up.
I don't suppose you can post a link that supports that "a bunch MORE Americans were 'overwhelmingly' FOR it" statement, can you?

After the majority Democrat Party passed obamacare without a single Republican vote in the House and Senate, the Republican Party cleaned house in the 2010 election. They not only lost a huge number of seats in the House, they also lost their 60 seat majority in the Senate.

Along with the massive losses in the U.S. Congress, Democrats lost hundreds upon hundreds of state seats and seated 30 Republican Governors. Not listening to the majority of the voters dearly cost the Democrat Party... and still is.

No Sis, there was no "bunch MORE Americans were 'overwhelmingly' FOR it." American voters supporting obamacare have always been in the minority. I don't think you can find a link that shows Americans supporting obamacare were ever in the majority.

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