Wow, azzwipe, you certainly are an inarticulate, angry little white boy when your bigoted foolishness is challenged! The day of the poor, dumb white trash is fast fading, fool... generational and demographic change will overwhelm you sooner than you think. Time to wise up, and grow up, putz!
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#91 Nov 26, 2012
Not angy,just trying to have a intelligent conversation with a idiot of your caliber is compelling at best. And the day of the poor white trash is in full effect, why do you think their are fools like you still bashing Romney after the election has been long over. Listen: THE ELECTION IS OVER OKUNTA WON ROMNEY lost, get over it. And It has nothing to do with the generational gap. It has to do with people like yourself that need free shit. And to continue to call people names and belittle them show your academic prowess and lack of a true vocabulary. Speaking to people such as yourself only reenforces the fact that talking to idiots like yourself for example, for a prolonged period of a time makes you dumber by the second. I hope i was able to interject my thoughts to you on a level you can understand. I.E name calling and belittlling people. MERRY CHRISTMAS ASS CLOWN....
#92 Nov 26, 2012
So in reality the costs go up because of greed and not obamacare
#93 Nov 26, 2012
Wow... you find a conversation with someone you consider an idiot to be "compelling?" And the passage of less than three weeks time constitutes something "long over?" Hell, it took the idiots in Florida most of that time to count their votes, and the electoral college won't meet for several more weeks? Long over? What an azzhat! Republicans simply like to bury their mistakes as quickly as possible, a la Dubya Dumazz Bush, who wasn't even invited to the RNC fiasco in Tampa! But you are correct: little Willie Romney lost, but allow the nation to savor their victory at least through the second inaugral!
And my vocabulary is imminently applicable to someone such as yourself, for whom profanity is the only truly appropriate choice, and one you have so richly earned! Given the way you've misused so many words above, trying to present youself as reasonably articulate and well-educated, it is quite obvious you are neither!
And it's not the generational gap, ya' twit, but the generational change... as the angry, old white men who drive your party's perverse agenda die off! And America will be a better country for it!
#94 Nov 26, 2012
Ahh "WOW" more profanity, the true essence of a weak mind, not to mention education or vocabulary, keep going. And the quote of misused words shows what a true uneducated buffoon you are. You sir are truly a LOSER.
#95 Nov 26, 2012
President Obama won, fool, your excuse for a national leader- Willie-boy Romnesia- lost, and did so badly. He hadn't even anticipated the possibility of a loss, and it took him ninety minutes to get it together for a concession speech to the better man. Perhaps that's why you've yet to adapt to the loss, and accept it.
You be da' loser, sucka! Deal, bubba, deal!
And God bless America, and her re-elected President, Barack Obama!
But why the name change? Finally figure out that when the minorities become the majority in this country- and it'll be sooner than you think- you wanna be considered one of the "good" ones, boy?
#96 Nov 27, 2012
If you lose at something. Wouldn't you would be trying to be better at it ? Than sitting around stewing about your loss?
I'd be upset if it was won unfairly. My thoughts are. The GOP lost due to the actions of Bush and very poor candidate choices. Though Romney/Ryan was a ten fold improvement over McCain/Palin. Someone needs to run for the office that has made a name for themselves serving the people,all the people.
#97 Nov 27, 2012
Unfortunately, the GOP has purged itself of any candidates who can spell moderation, let alone practice it. And if you're going to serve all the people, you need to be accepting of differences among them, and to appreciate diversity, not only in terms of race, but faith, love and political ideology, to name but a few of our more prominent divisions as a society. The absolutely essential and most fundamental character of a free society is the acceptance of deviations from the norm; the more extreme the deviations tolerated, the greater the freedom for all. The fact that this country is undergoing both a generational change simultaneously with broad based shifts in its fundamental demographic composition makes that predisposition essential to a political party's survival. Unfortunately, extreme conservatism adapts poorly to any at all change... and change is the only constant in this life! Uniformity and ideological purity is particulary barren ground for adaptability to flourish, and to accommodate change, the individual and the broader society must be capable of new and varied behavior. That is not the GOP of the past three decades!
#98 Nov 27, 2012
well it ok,,anyone but Biden whos terrible Pennslvania known for its corruption in there Goverments
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