Bush is a hero

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Since: Mar 10

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#178370 Jun 18, 2014
barock turned arab spring to winter by golfing from behind.

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Since: Dec 06

Lafayette IN

#178371 Jun 18, 2014
common sense wrote:
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It was a joke, S&H was trying to be funny, either that or his is Bill Frist like in his ability to medically diagnose people he hasn't spent any time with.
There's a school for Republican practioners like that ...

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common sense

Eden Prairie, MN

#178372 Jun 18, 2014
Maybe I misread S&H's post when he used the word 'you', he may have meant 'anyone'. Only he knows what he really meant, I took it as him trying to make a funny.

Since: Jun 08

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#178373 Jun 18, 2014
WildWeirdWillie wrote:
<quoted text>Bad sarcasm at that, because the easiest way for a Republican to be GUARANTEED a challenger on the TP right is to say the word 'bipartisan' without the appropriate sneer.
The atmosphere hasn't been conducive to him even making the effort.
Look, I don't think Obama makes enough effort to be partisan, but he's dealing with a House who's Speaker declared that his number one priority was defeating Obama on the day he was elected Speaker.
If Obama had half the political savvy that his true devotees say he does, he could have used that to his advantage with the American people, not just within the Democratic party base.
You sure it wasn't Mitch McConnell who said that? Boehner may have talked about defeating his agenda, but I don't recall that. His speech was much more about a poor kid making it in this country, something I thought we were all for.
And since you brought it up let me say something about the TP right. You on the left are all upset about the tea party because you thought the nice moderate republicans were easier to handle. Well we're not real happy with the far left either. Btw, in case you didn't know it the man who beat out Cantor in the primary is not a tea party candidate. He got zero money from the tea party.

Since: Jun 08

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#178374 Jun 18, 2014
common sense wrote:
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It was a joke, S&H was trying to be funny, either that or his is Bill Frist like in his ability to medically diagnose people he hasn't spent any time with.
S&H didn't say it, Newsflash did. Pay attention.
common sense

Eden Prairie, MN

#178375 Jun 18, 2014
common sense | 2 hrs ago
Strength and Honor wrote:
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I like the fact that you can't be denied insurance for preexisting conditions.

You're an ACA supporter, who would a think it...
lisw wrote:
<quoted text>S&H didn't say it, Newsflash did. Pay attention.
Yes he did, it's right there for anyone to see assuming they aren't blinded to it for one reason or another.

Strength and Honor | 2 hrs ago

Since: Nov 08

Chicago, IL

#178376 Jun 18, 2014
common sense wrote:
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It was a joke, S&H was trying to be funny, either that or his is Bill Frist like in his ability to medically diagnose people he hasn't spent any time with.
No, I wasn't trying to be funny, CS. I think it's a good thing that somebody with a preexisting condition can get insurance.
common sense

Eden Prairie, MN

#178377 Jun 18, 2014
It's OK lisw, we all make mistakes, sometimes we even level false allegations...sometimes even on purpose, I believe you just made a mistake, that's all.

Since: Nov 08

Chicago, IL

#178378 Jun 18, 2014
common sense wrote:
Maybe I misread S&H's post when he used the word 'you', he may have meant 'anyone'. Only he knows what he really meant, I took it as him trying to make a funny.
Define "you."

Since: Jun 08

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#178379 Jun 18, 2014
common sense wrote:
common sense | 2 hrs ago
Strength and Honor wrote:
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I like the fact that you can't be denied insurance for preexisting conditions.
You're an ACA supporter, who would a think it...
<quoted text>
Yes he did, it's right there for anyone to see assuming they aren't blinded to it for one reason or another.
Strength and Honor | 2 hrs ago
You're right. my bad.

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Since: Dec 06

Lafayette IN

#178380 Jun 18, 2014
lisw wrote:
<quoted text>You sure it wasn't Mitch McConnell who said that? Boehner may have talked about defeating his agenda, but I don't recall that. His speech was much more about a poor kid making it in this country, something I thought we were all for.
And since you brought it up let me say something about the TP right. You on the left are all upset about the tea party because you thought the nice moderate republicans were easier to handle. Well we're not real happy with the far left either. Btw, in case you didn't know it the man who beat out Cantor in the primary is not a tea party candidate. He got zero money from the tea party.
You are correct, it was McConnell not Boehner.

How, exactly, does the fact that the organized TP funding groups didn't give Cantor's opponent much/any money disprove what I said? I don't think it does, since the TP is a movement - and it was the spirit of that movement that caused his defeat.

Still waiting for you to say something about the TP right. You said you were going to, but you did not.

As to "[y]ou on the left are all upset about the tea party because you thought the nice moderate republicans were easier to handle" ... that's funny.
common sense

Eden Prairie, MN

#178381 Jun 18, 2014
Strength and Honor wrote:
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No, I wasn't trying to be funny, CS. I think it's a good thing that somebody with a preexisting condition can get insurance.
I apologize for misreading you.

Another consensus is reached here by "apposing" political ideologies. Just imagine what politicians could accomplish if they worked together in the interest of the common good instead of party politics. We would not likely be in the predicament we currently find ourselves.
common sense

Eden Prairie, MN

#178382 Jun 18, 2014
Strength and Honor wrote:
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Define "you."
Can you use it in a sentence, please?

Since: Jun 08

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#178383 Jun 18, 2014
WildWeirdWillie wrote:
<quoted text>You are correct, it was McConnell not Boehner.
How, exactly, does the fact that the organized TP funding groups didn't give Cantor's opponent much/any money disprove what I said? I don't think it does, since the TP is a movement - and it was the spirit of that movement that caused his defeat.
Still waiting for you to say something about the TP right. You said you were going to, but you did not.
As to "[y]ou on the left are all upset about the tea party because you thought the nice moderate republicans were easier to handle" ... that's funny.
I'm not part of the Tea Party. What do you want me to say?
See I told you you had an odd sense of humor.

Since: Nov 08

Chicago, IL

#178384 Jun 18, 2014
common sense wrote:
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I apologize for misreading you.
Another consensus is reached here by "apposing" political ideologies. Just imagine what politicians could accomplish if they worked together in the interest of the common good instead of party politics. We would not likely be in the predicament we currently find ourselves.
No apology necessary.

To the rest of your post, I concur.

Since: Nov 08

Chicago, IL

#178385 Jun 18, 2014
common sense wrote:
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Can you use it in a sentence, please?
LOL!!!

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Since: Dec 06

Lafayette IN

#178386 Jun 18, 2014
lisw wrote:
<quoted text>I'm not part of the Tea Party. What do you want me to say?
See I told you you had an odd sense of humor.
I don't know what you wanted to say. You're the one who said you were going to talk about the, but aside from claiming that Cantor's opponent wasn't TP you talked about the left.

Once again, you haven't found an example of my odd sense of humor. I find it amusing to see what length's you'll go to wrap something up - in this case, why the left disagrees with the TP - to avoid thinking about the actual reasons.

Gee .. could that possibly be like just assuming opposition to Obama is racist?

Nah, that couldn't be .. could it?

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Since: Nov 07

Bakersfield, CA

#178387 Jun 18, 2014
Catcher1 wrote:
WARNING TO THOSE WHO LACK A SENSE OF HUMOR
STOP READING NOW
WASHINGTON (The Borowitz Report)—Congressional leaders left the White House on Wednesday “deeply frustrated” that President Obama had not found a swift resolution to the conflict between Sunnis and Shiites that began in the seventh century A.D.
After meeting for more than an hour with the President in the Oval Office, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell expressed disappointment that Mr. Obama “came up empty” when asked for a plan to heal the rift between the two religious groups, which began in the year 632.
“All we ask of this President is that he do one thing: settle a religious conflict that has been going on for a millennium and a half,” McConnell said.“What did he offer today? Nothing.”
Speaker of the House John Boehner acknowledged that there was a possibility that Obama might find a way to resolve the centuries-old Sunni-Shiite conflict, but the Ohio Republican was not optimistic.
“This struggle between Sunnis and Shiites has been going on for almost fifteen hundred years,” he said.“That means President Obama has had ample time to fix it.”
So you're idea of "humor" is a regular series of HATCHET jobs from a brainiak Harvard-bred liberal, and directed at our political right wing, especially BushCo.

Satire or not, I've not found ANY of these to be even REMOTELY humorous.
But then I'm also not a worthless Obama-enabler troll either.

In this case your satirist took a LONNNNNNNNG way around (not to mention outta context) for an attempt at humor. He should'a stayed with the Huffington Post (IMO).

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Since: Dec 06

Lafayette IN

#178388 Jun 18, 2014
bad bob wrote:
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So you're idea of "humor" is a regular series of HATCHET jobs from a brainiak Harvard-bred liberal, and directed at our political right wing, especially BushCo.
Satire or not, I've not found ANY of these to be even REMOTELY humorous.
But then I'm also not a worthless Obama-enabler troll either.
In this case your satirist took a LONNNNNNNNG way around (not to mention outta context) for an attempt at humor. He should'a stayed with the Huffington Post (IMO).
Now, see, while most of the time I refer to the guy as Boringowitz - that one posted today was funny, in an absurd, over the top (but not too far over) way.

Catcher1

Since: Sep 10

Manhattan Beach, CA

#178389 Jun 18, 2014
bad bob wrote:
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So you're idea of "humor" is a regular series of HATCHET jobs from a brainiak Harvard-bred liberal, and directed at our political right wing, especially BushCo.
Satire or not, I've not found ANY of these to be even REMOTELY humorous.
But then I'm also not a worthless Obama-enabler troll either.
In this case your satirist took a LONNNNNNNNG way around (not to mention outta context) for an attempt at humor. He should'a stayed with the Huffington Post (IMO).
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