Scott returned shelter dog

Scott returned shelter dog

There are 89 comments on the Politico story from Jan 15, 2013, titled Scott returned shelter dog. In it, Politico reports that:

Shortly after winning the GOP nomination in 2010, Rick Scott announced to the world through Facebook that his family had rescued a Labrador retriever.

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#85 Jan 18, 2013
Invite all to collect Dumboisms...

Let's at least make him work a little harder...

au contraire

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#86 Jan 18, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
COUGH...
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Dec 10, 2012
Goodness Sparky, don't try to have a battle of wits until you can arm yourself.
Oh my, you have lots of time on your hands. Typical of the low information Obama voter.

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#87 Jan 18, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
Do let's look some more...
Again.... punctuation error
Le Jimbo
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You're a flawed moon beam sparky, that's why you have so many entitlements attached to you.
hahahahaahah thank you for playing. What happened to that proof from Topix moron.

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#88 Jan 18, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
PS: I like the last one, because it has TWO of your Dumboisms n the same sentence...
Love it, love it, I must really be getting to you and your other low information voters. Yea..........I win.

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#89 Jan 18, 2013
au contraire wrote:
<quoted text>Oh my, you have lots of time on your hands. Typical of the low information Obama voter.
Funny how you are here EXACTLY when I am here, Dumbo, and you scream you want proof...

And I slap the snot out of you in just a few minutes...

WITH VERY LITTLE effort...

and I have too much time on my hands?

Au Dumbo: I have time on my hands this morning, maybe it's time you called in reinforcements...

Where is El Dumbo?

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#90 Jan 18, 2013
au contraire wrote:
<quoted text>Love it, love it, I must really be getting to you and your other low information voters. Yea..........I win.
You sure showed us!

By using the exact same colloquialisms, it seems like you confused us into thinking you might be using more than one alias!

HAHAHAHAAHAH!

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#91 Jan 18, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
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You sure showed us!
By using the exact same colloquialisms, it seems like you confused us into thinking you might be using more than one alias!
HAHAHAHAAHAH!
Hint: many people here copy words or phrases from other post or news. What planet to you habit?

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#92 Jan 18, 2013
au contraire wrote:
<quoted text>Hint: many people here copy words or phrases from other post or news. What planet to you habit?
No, Sweetie: they don't copy and paste one word at a time, especially when it's misspelled, and we both know this took very little effort.

PS: it's "inhabit"...

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#93 Jan 18, 2013
Chuckles, I read "the prince" 40 years ago. Did you bring up this word (which you obviously just learned) for a particular reason? You could apply it, at least in part, to every political campaign since Adams. Pretending it applies to obama is sadly naive.
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<quoted text>Oh my, another low information obama voters.
• OBAMA UNCOVERED………..
• Definition of Machiavellian (adj)
Mach•i•a•vel•li•an
[ màkee &#601; véllee &#601;n ]
1. cunning and unscrupulous: using clever trickery, amoral methods, and expediency to achieve a desired goal, especially in politics
2.
3. relating to Machiavelli: relating to or characteristic of Niccolò Machiavelli or his political philosophy
4.
Synonyms: cunning, unscrupulous, tricky, amoral, devious, treacherous, deceitful, opportunist, scheming, conniving
Machiavellian means related to the crafty and deceitful principles in Machiavelli's book The Prince.(adjective)
An example of something Machiavellian is the idea of using schemes to obtain political power; a Machiavellian idea.
A Machiavellian is a person who follows Machiavelli's ideas of deceitfulness in The Prince.(noun)
An example of a Machiavellian is a person who will lie and cheat to get the throne.

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