Bush is a hero
UIDIOTRACEMAkeWO RLDPEACE

United States

#176065 Mar 22, 2014
nebka wrote:
<quoted text>
I was born in the U.S and grammer was my worst sublect in H.S as for Frank Fuster.
In 1984, Frank Fuster, the owner of the Country Walk Babysitting Service, in a suburb of Miami, Florida, was found guilty of 14 counts of abuse. He was sentenced to a prison sentence with a minimum of 165 years. Fuster's victims testified that his "unspeakable acts" included leading them in Satanic rituals and terrorizing them by forcing them to watch him mutilate birds, a lesson to children who might reveal the abuse. Fuster had been previously convicted for manslaughter and for fondling a 9-year-old child. Testimony from children in the case was extracted by Laurie and Joseph Braga, a husband-and-wife team who resorted to coercive questioning of the alleged victims when the desired answers were not forthcoming.
Fuster was convicted based in large part on the testimony of his 18-year-old wife, Ileana Flores, who pleaded guilty and testified against him. According to a 2002 episode of Frontline, Flores maintained that "he was innocent, she was innocent and that she was coerced by Reno and others into denouncing her husband. She said she was kept naked in a suicide watch cell and given cold showers and that Reno visited her late at night in pursuit of her confession and damning testimony." Reno, then a candidate for Governor of Florida, refused to discuss her role in the case, leading one editorial to claim that she was "stonewalling
That Frank Fuster spread a bunch of B.S about Reno.
I have seen many of his speeches on dvd he preached Nonviolence. What is wrong with that?
The Poster USA_1 and his grunts are so ignorant, know not about the newer American generations struggles to complete a sentence most of time e-text in broken English nor can write on paper properly , sloppy characters, that's how ignorant , the lowly Authoritatirians need to do the research about newe younger generational problems born with a Ipad, Iphone, laptops... problem with written English language: its grammar and syntax...' they need to show little empathy for those younger Y generation or younger ones with English writing skills. They ignorant! Bhwhahahahaa
UIDIOTRACEMAkeWO RLDPEACE

United States

#176066 Mar 22, 2014
UIDIOTRACEMAkeWORLDPEACE wrote:
<quoted text>But more like Obama jetted to ASEAN Nations but they all turned him down and sent him home, i wonder why?
Mw BBhahahaaaaaaa
that is ASEAN Nations Conference!
UIDIOTRACEMAkeWO RLDPEACE

United States

#176067 Mar 22, 2014
lisw wrote:
<quoted text>God, you are such a nerd!
Why is hippy such a nerd?

bHAHAHAAAAA

“The future begins”

Since: Jul 07

every moment

#176068 Mar 22, 2014
lisw wrote:
<quoted text>God, you are such a nerd!
If it makes you feel better about yourself. Just seems to me like there's too many content to be spoon-fed comfort-food, when hard info is widely available for the cost of a book, a library card, or an ISP, and just a little effort. I've also been doing this long enough to know that people do not read what they don't take the trouble to find themselves, so, sorry, my time is as valuable to me as yours is to you. If it's important to someone, and they choose to doubt what is presented, they can inform themselves. If it's not worth the effort, then what compels one to chime in when it obviously isn't that important to them? People are funny critters, ain't they?

Since: Jun 08

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#176069 Mar 22, 2014
HipGnosis wrote:
<quoted text>If it makes you feel better about yourself. Just seems to me like there's too many content to be spoon-fed comfort-food, when hard info is widely available for the cost of a book, a library card, or an ISP, and just a little effort. I've also been doing this long enough to know that people do not read what they don't take the trouble to find themselves, so, sorry, my time is as valuable to me as yours is to you. If it's important to someone, and they choose to doubt what is presented, they can inform themselves. If it's not worth the effort, then what compels one to chime in when it obviously isn't that important to them? People are funny critters, ain't they?
I probably read as much or more than you do, Maybe different things. It wasn't an insult. I love the nerds on the Big Bang theory.
UIDIOTRACEMAKEWO RLDPEACE

United States

#176070 Mar 22, 2014
lisw wrote:
<quoted text>I'm sorry but you are not making your case. I don't see it as opportunistic at all. A case of shoulda, woulda, coulda, maybe. As I said what Putin has is momentum. We (specifically Obama) have put ourselves in a situation where we have nothing to offer and Putin holds all the cards. It could be turned around but not easily because quite frankly Obama does not have and never had the ability to look ahead.
You mean he should look ahead to startup more idiotic wars ? Obama don't need to look ahead , it already planned to benefit those few, k now about already planned out PNAC agendas way before you born ? A Bhaahahahaa
UIDIOTRACEMAKEWO RLDPEACE

United States

#176071 Mar 22, 2014
lisw wrote:
<quoted text>I probably read as much or more than you do, Maybe different things. It wasn't an insult. I love the nerds on the Big Bang theory.
you mean you do all House wife stuff: read gossip columns of the Rich and Famous, watch Fox-like channels , listen to Rushie druggie LimAught... ah HAH! Bhahahaaaa
UIDIOTRACEMAKEWO RLDPEACE

United States

#176072 Mar 22, 2014
HipGnosis wrote:
<quoted text>If it makes you feel better about yourself. Just seems to me like there's too many content to be spoon-fed comfort-food, when hard info is widely available for the cost of a book, a library card, or an ISP, and just a little effort. I've also been doing this long enough to know that people do not read what they don't take the trouble to find themselves, so, sorry, my time is as valuable to me as yours is to you. If it's important to someone, and they choose to doubt what is presented, they can inform themselves. If it's not worth the effort, then what compels one to chime in when it obviously isn't that important to them? People are funny critters, ain't they?
That is why those who gave me those Negative Icons should do the research before they make fool themselves! Bahahahaaa

“The future begins”

Since: Jul 07

every moment

#176073 Mar 22, 2014
lisw wrote:
<quoted text>I probably read as much or more than you do, Maybe different things. It wasn't an insult. I love the nerds on the Big Bang theory.
On behalf of the Kingdom of Nerds, we do appreciate your patronage.

Since: Jun 08

Location hidden

#176074 Mar 22, 2014
http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/wireStory/obam...

Talk about opportunism. I thought democrats didn't approve of those wealthy donors. Oh that's right it's only wealthy republicans.
Seems someone thinks the keystone pipeline would help with the Putin situation besides Lyndi.
UIDIOTRACEMAKEWO RLDPEACE

United States

#176076 Mar 22, 2014
keep those negative icons coming! BAbababaaaa

“Help Cecil Help!”

Since: Dec 06

Lafayette IN

#176077 Mar 22, 2014
lisw wrote:
http://abcnews.go.com/Politics /wireStory/obama-adviser-build -keystone-xl-pipeline-22898796
Talk about opportunism. I thought democrats didn't approve of those wealthy donors. Oh that's right it's only wealthy republicans.
Seems someone thinks the keystone pipeline would help with the Putin situation besides Lyndi.
Considering that people have been using the Ukraine crisis to promote Keystone for a couple weeks now, I knew it was more than just Lyndi.

That doesn't change my opinion one bit, and I can't say that the opinion of an oil industry consultant does much to challenge the idea that there's political opportunism in the linking, even if he did formerly work for Obama.

I think we should finish the damn pipeline, but don't sell it under false pretenses.
cowboy

Spanish Fork, UT

#176078 Mar 22, 2014
UIDIOTRACEMAKEWORLDPEACE wrote:
keep those negative icons coming! BAbababaaaa
Where you been 'Chocolate Face'?
I thought maybe you went to rehab, but you are still incoherent.
May I ask you a question?
'How much do you pay a week for meth'? Just curious since I'm paying your welfare...

Since: Jun 08

Location hidden

#176079 Mar 22, 2014
WildWeirdWillie wrote:
<quoted text>Considering that people have been using the Ukraine crisis to promote Keystone for a couple weeks now, I knew it was more than just Lyndi.
That doesn't change my opinion one bit, and I can't say that the opinion of an oil industry consultant does much to challenge the idea that there's political opportunism in the linking, even if he did formerly work for Obama.
I think we should finish the damn pipeline, but don't sell it under false pretenses.
What false pretenses? There are many reasons why the keystone pipeline is a good idea and it's not surprising that some of those reasons are well thought out and have to do with international relations. And it's not surprising that you don't think so. People think differently, Willie and sometimes one way of thinking is not better. For example I think 26 is way too old to be on your parents insurance, or live at home. Another will think differently. We both have our reasons. Doesn't make either of us wrong.
UIDIOTRACEMAKEWO RLDPEACE

United States

#176080 Mar 22, 2014
cowboy wrote:
<quoted text>
Where you been 'Chocolate Face'?
I thought maybe you went to rehab, but you are still incoherent.
May I ask you a question?
'How much do you pay a week for meth'? Just curious since I'm paying your welfare...
Look racist war mongering fool, i'mnot a Chocolate face and I don't do drugs like you do trigger happy deranged cowboy on the lose with a machine guns killing innocent people, go look at you self in the mirror war monger mercenaries!

Boys and Girls DON"T DO DRUGS and never BECOME A SOLDIERs /of fortune are pawns, who are mostly trained as war mongering killing machines for those greedy/pyschotic mens in power with reasons but with lack of moral will do what to its own people and world masses!

Wake up all!

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#176081 Mar 22, 2014
WildWeirdWillie wrote:
<quoted text>Did I miss something? Did Obama jet off to some European capital, meet with Putin, and and agree to carve Crimea off of Ukraine without even allowing Ukrainians into the negotiations?
Unless I missed that, you are going way overboard with the Chamberlain comparison - if you're interested in anything like historical accuracy, that is. I'm not sure you are.
I'm still waiting for you to tell me what makes Obama more at fault for Putin's moves in the Ukraine than Bush was for Putin's moves into Chechnya and Georgia. This notion that a 'strong leader' in the White House would somehow have stopped Putin is fantasy. It ignores everything else in play here, and there's a hell of a lot more than just the U.S.
Wait ... I get it. See, the Russian version of events has the protests in Kiev being the work of the CIA. So ... maybe you're both right. Obama craftily disrupted Ukraine knowing that Putin would seize the opportunity to take Crimea!
Man, he's worse than Chamberlain!!!!
No interest in Clinton and Chechnya huh?

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Since: Dec 06

Lafayette IN

#176082 Mar 22, 2014
lisw wrote:
<quoted text>What false pretenses? There are many reasons why the keystone pipeline is a good idea and it's not surprising that some of those reasons are well thought out and have to do with international relations. And it's not surprising that you don't think so. People think differently, Willie and sometimes one way of thinking is not better. For example I think 26 is way too old to be on your parents insurance, or live at home. Another will think differently. We both have our reasons. Doesn't make either of us wrong.
I think I've made what I think are the false pretenses and the opportunism pretty clear, lisw.

I'm sure that the people who think Keystone will produce enough to help us help Europe in a future crisis would say my arguments were false.

And really - you think 26 is way too old to be on your parents insurance, or live at home? I had no idea ...

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#176083 Mar 22, 2014
WildWeirdWillie wrote:
<quoted text>Did I miss something? Did Obama jet off to some European capital, meet with Putin, and and agree to carve Crimea off of Ukraine without even allowing Ukrainians into the negotiations?
Unless I missed that, you are going way overboard with the Chamberlain comparison - if you're interested in anything like historical accuracy, that is. I'm not sure you are.
I'm still waiting for you to tell me what makes Obama more at fault for Putin's moves in the Ukraine than Bush was for Putin's moves into Chechnya and Georgia. This notion that a 'strong leader' in the White House would somehow have stopped Putin is fantasy. It ignores everything else in play here, and there's a hell of a lot more than just the U.S.
Wait ... I get it. See, the Russian version of events has the protests in Kiev being the work of the CIA. So ... maybe you're both right. Obama craftily disrupted Ukraine knowing that Putin would seize the opportunity to take Crimea!
Man, he's worse than Chamberlain!!!!
Come on now!!! Pres Obama is allegedly the leader of the free world.The leader of a superpower but his actions or lack of actions do not influence Mr Putin? Maybe it is worse than I thought maybe Obamas reliance on the politics of personal magnetism is more of a disaster than I firt thought. You are being obtuse Wills.

Since: Jun 08

Location hidden

#176084 Mar 22, 2014
WildWeirdWillie wrote:
<quoted text>I think I've made what I think are the false pretenses and the opportunism pretty clear, lisw.
I'm sure that the people who think Keystone will produce enough to help us help Europe in a future crisis would say my arguments were false.
And really - you think 26 is way too old to be on your parents insurance, or live at home? I had no idea ...
Yep, out the door at 21. Funny thing is my kids, all three of them wanted to be on their own before that. That either says we were great parents or really lousy ones.
cowboy

Spanish Fork, UT

#176085 Mar 22, 2014
UIDIOTRACEMAKEWORLDPEACE wrote:
<quoted text>Look racist war mongering fool, i'mnot a Chocolate face and I don't do drugs like you do trigger happy deranged cowboy on the lose with a machine guns killing innocent people, go look at you self in the mirror war monger mercenaries!
Boys and Girls DON"T DO DRUGS and never BECOME A SOLDIERs /of fortune are pawns, who are mostly trained as war mongering killing machines for those greedy/pyschotic mens in power with reasons but with lack of moral will do what to its own people and world masses!
Wake up all!
BWHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!! Your expression...
PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE, boys and girls, don't melt your brains and become a 'Libtarded, welfare sucking Odumbo worshipping STONER like Chocolate Face..
Son, always be aware of that GMG(1) SEAL, with his cross hairs on your tiny 'KHAT' fried Somali pirate brain....
Sweet dreams,'TARGET'!

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