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Jindal says rebellion brewing against Washington

There are 592 comments on the The Times story from Jun 22, 2014, titled Jindal says rebellion brewing against Washington. In it, The Times reports that:

A 21-year-old man who police say was shot by a 59-year-old man died Tuesday night at LSU Health... Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal delivers the keynote address during Faith and Freedom Coalition's Road to Majority event Saturday in Washington, D.C. WASHINGTON - Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal on Saturday night accused President Barack Obama and other ... (more)

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kuda

Cincinnati, OH

#70 Jun 23, 2014
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>It is wishful thinking to expect a reasonable argument from Carey. He tends to substitute personal insults for arguments of substance. One might reasonably assume that if he actually had something meaningful to say, he would do so.
I sometimes feel compelled to expose breaches of logic or other standard protocol, such as decorum observed by all reasonable people of good will, that have occurred and demonstrate best practice in those regards for registering dissent. It's a service I'm pleased to provide in the interest of advancing communication and general understanding within the human circle, even for those among us who may have the least potential to welcome or benefit from such benevolent intervention.
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Responsibility

Petaluma, CA

#72 Jun 23, 2014
sandy1 wrote:
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The liberals of today are pure scum,looking to expand the government in order to control the American people. They hate the Constitution,especially the Second Amendment,the free market and they have no problem murdering babies so close to birth. They care more about catering to the freeloading illegals than they do about the American people who are struggling thanks to the incompetent unflushed turd's job killing regulations(obamafail,the EPA). November can't come soon enough.
Boy, your comment above is too much to fit for a bumper sticker and agree with a comment below (substitute "as a man")

... "As a man of clearly liberal leaning opinions, I would like to document my disagreement with your bigoted statements towards liberals.
I am NOT pure,
I am NOT scum.
I have little to no interest in Government expansion in order to control the people.
The 2nd Amendment is fine with me, but guns without some intelligent legalities is just plain irresponsible.
Abortion is a necessary part of our society, again intelligent legislation concerning this matter would be better then simply outlawing a medical procedure because some find it repulsive.
I find organ transplants repulsive, but would not wish to prevent you or anyone else from taking advantage of a medical procedure I dislike.
I do not like illegal aliens, but part of our heritage is to take the, "poor, tired, and huddled masses" of the world and give them a chance at a better life.
The EPA is necessary. China has more jobs then us, but they have far less blue sky and less clean water, and horrible sanitation. I would rather have the EPA.

Liberals keep winning national elections, pointing out that liberals are the majority. In my opinion it is the close minded, bigoted, conservative dumbasses who are ruining the country."
sandy1

Southold, NY

#73 Jun 23, 2014
Responsibility wrote:
<quoted text>
Boy, your comment above is too much to fit for a bumper sticker and agree with a comment below (substitute "as a man")
... "As a man of clearly liberal leaning opinions, I would like to document my disagreement with your bigoted statements towards liberals.
I am NOT pure,
I am NOT scum.
I have little to no interest in Government expansion in order to control the people.
The 2nd Amendment is fine with me, but guns without some intelligent legalities is just plain irresponsible.
Abortion is a necessary part of our society, again intelligent legislation concerning this matter would be better then simply outlawing a medical procedure because some find it repulsive.
I find organ transplants repulsive, but would not wish to prevent you or anyone else from taking advantage of a medical procedure I dislike.
I do not like illegal aliens, but part of our heritage is to take the, "poor, tired, and huddled masses" of the world and give them a chance at a better life.
The EPA is necessary. China has more jobs then us, but they have far less blue sky and less clean water, and horrible sanitation. I would rather have the EPA.
Liberals keep winning national elections, pointing out that liberals are the majority. In my opinion it is the close minded, bigoted, conservative dumbasses who are ruining the country."
What the hell are you babbling about?

“Happiness comes through giving”

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#74 Jun 23, 2014
kuda wrote:
<quoted text>
I sometimes feel compelled to expose breaches of logic or other standard protocol, such as decorum observed by all reasonable people of good will, that have occurred and demonstrate best practice in those regards for registering dissent. It's a service I'm pleased to provide in the interest of advancing communication and general understanding within the human circle, even for those among us who may have the least potential to welcome or benefit from such benevolent intervention.
Reasonable people of good will are not exactly in abundance on the right.

Since: Oct 08

Alpharetta, GA

#75 Jun 23, 2014
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>Reasonable people of good will are not exactly in abundance on the right.
wow, another elitist, holier than thou, statement from you....you used to be a lot nicer.

“Happiness comes through giving”

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#76 Jun 23, 2014
inbred Genius wrote:
<quoted text>
wow, another elitist, holier than thou, statement from you....you used to be a lot nicer.
Come on, I've never been that nice. I've always been strongly opposed to right wing ideology, and I've made no secret of it. I don't know why that makes me an elitist.

On the other hand, I find you an enigma. In my experience, someone with your political views, whose sense of humor I appreciate, is more rare than a black Klan member. You and I seem to have travelled much the same territory in sense of humor and in entertainment trivia and somewhat in musical taste. Because I appreciate that and enjoy our exchanges in those areas, I have chosen to overlook many of your more "serious" comments, with which I disagree. And I believe your serious comments have been every bit as insulting to my side as mine have been to yours. Still I think neither of use fit the stereotypes.

That is why I hope our odd but fun pen-pal relationship can continue.

Since: Oct 08

Alpharetta, GA

#77 Jun 23, 2014
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>Come on, I've never been that nice. I've always been strongly opposed to right wing ideology, and I've made no secret of it. I don't know why that makes me an elitist.
On the other hand, I find you an enigma. In my experience, someone with your political views, whose sense of humor I appreciate, is more rare than a black Klan member. You and I seem to have travelled much the same territory in sense of humor and in entertainment trivia and somewhat in musical taste. Because I appreciate that and enjoy our exchanges in those areas, I have chosen to overlook many of your more "serious" comments, with which I disagree. And I believe your serious comments have been every bit as insulting to my side as mine have been to yours. Still I think neither of use fit the stereotypes.
That is why I hope our odd but fun pen-pal relationship can continue.
I've been called a lot of things, but never an enigma....sounds racist to me, but omelette it go dis time. Right wingers just wanna keep more of the money they earned, and not give it to the left wingers to give to people that didn't earn it just to buy votes, whats wrong with that?

never mind this stuff, when is Billy Joel gonna get offa my radio, I'm sick of him...I want the 40's back...those were good years....nobody hadda pick cotton then, it was done by machine.

“Happiness comes through giving”

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#78 Jun 23, 2014
inbred Genius wrote:
<quoted text>
I've been called a lot of things, but never an enigma....sounds racist to me, but omelette it go dis time. Right wingers just wanna keep more of the money they earned, and not give it to the left wingers to give to people that didn't earn it just to buy votes, whats wrong with that?
never mind this stuff, when is Billy Joel gonna get offa my radio, I'm sick of him...I want the 40's back...those were good years....nobody hadda pick cotton then, it was done by machine.
I'll overlook your first paragraph and agree with the second.

Since: Oct 08

Alpharetta, GA

#79 Jun 23, 2014
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>I'll overlook your first paragraph and agree with the second.
the first paragraph was crafted more better than the 2nd, I was able to work in some ebonics, and was keeping it real, nomesayin? I don't know why we waste our talent here on topix, there's only about 15 regular players anymore, half for your team, half for mine. I will give your side credit for having the meanest posters. Barefoot could clear our a room full of hells angels, with some of his crude work. I wonder if he is really as mean as he sounds on topix? I bet he's a retired librarian from Paducah Kentucky, now living in florida.

“Happiness comes through giving”

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#80 Jun 23, 2014
inbred Genius wrote:
<quoted text>
the first paragraph was crafted more better than the 2nd, I was able to work in some ebonics, and was keeping it real, nomesayin? I don't know why we waste our talent here on topix, there's only about 15 regular players anymore, half for your team, half for mine. I will give your side credit for having the meanest posters. Barefoot could clear our a room full of hells angels, with some of his crude work. I wonder if he is really as mean as he sounds on topix? I bet he's a retired librarian from Paducah Kentucky, now living in florida.
I see myself as more of a lone Wolf than a team player. Thus i am not prepared to say that anyone speaks for me, nor do I feel responsible for the work of others.
That is not to say that I don't support some of what is said by others on the left. At the same time I've seen some comments by my "team" from which I would disassociate myself.

Your ebonics seem spot on - perhaps more revealing than you might suppose.

Since: Oct 08

Alpharetta, GA

#81 Jun 23, 2014
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>I see myself as more of a lone Wolf than a team player. Thus i am not prepared to say that anyone speaks for me, nor do I feel responsible for the work of others.
That is not to say that I don't support some of what is said by others on the left. At the same time I've seen some comments by my "team" from which I would disassociate myself.
Your ebonics seem spot on - perhaps more revealing than you might suppose.
blacks claim ebonics as their language, but us rural rednecks from the south have been speaking in ebonics forever...words like, yall, and fixin to, and howzurmamaanem, and pronouncicating certain words as ham, using all 3 syllables, is completely unrecognizable to a yankee, it's like we are talking in code. They can't take that away from us.

“Happiness comes through giving”

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#82 Jun 23, 2014
inbred Genius wrote:
<quoted text>
blacks claim ebonics as their language, but us rural rednecks from the south have been speaking in ebonics forever...words like, yall, and fixin to, and howzurmamaanem, and pronouncicating certain words as ham, using all 3 syllables, is completely unrecognizable to a yankee, it's like we are talking in code. They can't take that away from us.
You mean like 'hayum" instead of "ham"? Maybe dat's why we'z always fightin', ya get me? Youze guys talk funny on poipose.

Maybe I should practice talkin' like youze guys.

(Cough cough)..."How dare you suh, invadin' the sanctity of ma home and all lak that...Lulubelle, pass me anothuh drumstick, you heah?"

Rate that from one to, well, two.

Since: Oct 08

Alpharetta, GA

#83 Jun 23, 2014
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>You mean like 'hayum" instead of "ham"? Maybe dat's why we'z always fightin', ya get me? Youze guys talk funny on poipose.
Maybe I should practice talkin' like youze guys.
(Cough cough)..."How dare you suh, invadin' the sanctity of ma home and all lak that...Lulubelle, pass me anothuh drumstick, you heah?"
Rate that from one to, well, two.
the foghorn leghorn accent earned it a 2.5....on a less serious note, you might, or might not, enjoy the movie Django Unchained....I loved it....Samuel L. Jackson nailed his part, as did Leonardo Di Caprio....

“Happiness comes through giving”

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#84 Jun 23, 2014
inbred Genius wrote:
<quoted text>
the foghorn leghorn accent earned it a 2.5....on a less serious note, you might, or might not, enjoy the movie Django Unchained....I loved it....Samuel L. Jackson nailed his part, as did Leonardo Di Caprio....
I saw Django Unchained a long time ago. I thought it was terrif. I would say something about black comedy, but it might be misunderstood.

Since: Oct 08

Alpharetta, GA

#85 Jun 23, 2014
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>I saw Django Unchained a long time ago. I thought it was terrif. I would say something about black comedy, but it might be misunderstood.
I don't recall any comedy in it, cept the part where the ex slave turned bounty hunter is told he will be allowed to shoot honkies...the look on his face was priceless.

“Happiness comes through giving”

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#86 Jun 23, 2014
inbred Genius wrote:
<quoted text>
I don't recall any comedy in it, cept the part where the ex slave turned bounty hunter is told he will be allowed to shoot honkies...the look on his face was priceless.
I think of all Tarantino films as comedies.

Since: Oct 08

Lilburn, GA

#87 Jun 23, 2014
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>I think of all Tarantino films as comedies.
you got him mixed up with the coen bros...there stuff is funny, about half the time, but Quentins stuff is bloody and violent and weird. I did like Kill Bill 1 and 2...kind of like the serials we watched as kids....

“Happiness comes through giving”

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#88 Jun 23, 2014
inbred Genius wrote:
<quoted text>
you got him mixed up with the coen bros...there stuff is funny, about half the time, but Quentins stuff is bloody and violent and weird. I did like Kill Bill 1 and 2...kind of like the serials we watched as kids....
I don't got nobody mixed up. I agree about the Coen Brothers. I thought No Country For old Men was a riot. However, I see Tarantino as so over-the-top, I can't help but laugh while I'm wiping away the tears.

I knew Uma Thurman when she was 16 years old. Her age was okay but she was too tall for me.
IBM thinkmock

Phoenix, AZ

#89 Jun 23, 2014
inbred Genius wrote:
<quoted text>
blacks claim ebonics as their language, but us rural rednecks from the south have been speaking in ebonics forever...words like, yall, and fixin to, and howzurmamaanem, and pronouncicating certain words as ham, using all 3 syllables, is completely unrecognizable to a yankee, it's like we are talking in code. They can't take that away from us.
as ham? Gotham on fox!! ;-000h McMay` ham qua!;-000
IBM thinkmock

Phoenix, AZ

#90 Jun 23, 2014
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>You mean like 'hayum" instead of "ham"? Maybe dat's why we'z always fightin', ya get me? Youze guys talk funny on poipose.
Maybe I should practice talkin' like youze guys.
(Cough cough)..."How dare you suh, invadin' the sanctity of ma home and all lak that...Lulubelle, pass me anothuh drumstick, you heah?"
Rate that from one to, well, two.
Woooof;) U is gettin goood! ;-000

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