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RNC Day 3: Cruz booed, Pence nominated

Yes we are all aware of the Donhole's long history of fighting for higher wages and better benefits for the working man. It is only natural that he would join the Republicans who have been doing the same for decades now. Champion of the working man, the wall street tycoon, the industrialist, the common office worker, the investor, the board member, the janitor, all those who disenfranchised, and those who are franchised, he is all things to all people, tell him what you want, it does not matter what it is, the Donhole will promise it to you. He is the champion,,, of the world, he is the champion my friend he will go on fighting till the end. he is the champion, he is the champion, he is the champion, of the woooooorld. Ok now that we have gotten our Queen moment over lets get back to reality. Hillary actually does have a history of trying to improve benefits for workers. The Donhole has a history of grabbing as much for himself as he can and screw everybody else.  (11 hrs ago | post #257)

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RNC Day 3: Cruz booed, Pence nominated

The difference between the Ratpublicans and the Democrats is the Ratpublicans say they want to take the Country back while the Dems say they want to take the Country forward.  (16 hrs ago | post #248)

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RNC Day 3: Cruz booed, Pence nominated

Alinsky described his plans for 1972 to begin to organize the white middle class across the United States, and the necessity of that project. He believed that what President Richard Nixon and Vice-President Spiro Agnew then called "The Silent Majority" was living in frustration and despair, worried about their future, and ripe for a turn to radical social change, to become politically active citizens. He feared the middle class could be driven to a right-wing viewpoint, "making them ripe for the plucking by some guy on horseback promising a return to the vanished verities of yesterday." His stated motive: "I love this goddamn country, and we're going to take it back."  (17 hrs ago | post #246)

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Saul Alinsky gave strength to a weak people with little sense of direction by giving them a sense direction. He life was dedicated to helping the American worker improve his lot. When the working Irish and Polish of Chicago slowly improved and moved out of the ghettoes Alinsky stayed to help the new occupants of those same ghettos. Where is the evil in all of that?  (17 hrs ago | post #243)

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RNC Day 3: Cruz booed, Pence nominated

No alleged about. Hussain did it. Of course if they find any unexploded chem bombs there, the Rats will use it as evidence that Hussain had WMD. Or as Frank Luntz would say it "there were WMD is Iraq when Bush attacked." A case of what you didn't say is more important than what you did said. Only the convoluted tunnel vision thinking of Rat Wing spin would try to tell us there are 5000 dead Americans, hundreds of thousands of dead Iraqis because of some left over chem weapons abandoned in the desert somewhere amongst in the fluid battle lines of a past war. Gheeeese don't they ever think out what they are saying!!!  (17 hrs ago | post #241)

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RNC Day 3: Cruz booed, Pence nominated

In the swamp have a saying. If you want to find the demons, just look for the people doing the demonizing.  (18 hrs ago | post #239)

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RNC Day 3: Cruz booed, Pence nominated

You don't know anything about Alinsky. William F Buckley considered him a genius. His writing are the basis that every political party today are formed along. He spent his life trying to better the conditions in America's poorest working neighborhoods. He did it by showing them how to organize and use the POWER OF THE VOTE to gain political power. His work started in depression era Chicago and the rich stockyard owners in Chicago hated him. Alinsky did not join political parties. When asked during an interview whether he ever considered becoming a Communist party member, he replied: Not at any time. I've never joined any organization—not even the ones I've organized myself. I prize my own independence too much. And philosophically, I could never accept any rigid dogma or ideology, whether it's Christianity or Marxism. One of the most important things in life is what Judge Learned Hand described as 'that ever-gnawing inner doubt as to whether you're right.' If you don't have that, if you think you've got an inside track to absolute truth, you become doctrinaire, humorless and intellectually constipated. The greatest crimes in history have been perpetrated by such religious and political and racial fanatics, from the persecutions of the Inquisition on down to Communist purges and Nazi genocide. The only reason Alinsky has suddenly become demonized is because he was "a community organizer from Chicago" So was Obama. Obama mentioned Alinsky as a model for organizing. Then in Alinsky'ian style the right in their attempt to demonize Obama use Alinsky as a paint brush that itself has been demonized. As Alinsky said. Organization can be used for both good and evil.  (18 hrs ago | post #238)

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RNC Day 3: Cruz booed, Pence nominated

1. From the radical left to the radical Right nobody is laughing about Pulse except you. so you are not laughing WITH anybody. You are standing there alone in the spot light looking like a depraved moron. 2. Again I have found absolutely nothing in your reply that even remotely has anything to do with what you were replying to. But that is to be expected from a depraved moron.  (19 hrs ago | post #237)

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RNC Day 3: Cruz booed, Pence nominated

I did when I shat you out last night. Guinness book is coming out to see if you are a record breaking pile. Don't worry, I am confident that you are the biggest pile ever defecated. Everybody who as seen you have said the same thing. \o/ It's Huuuuge  (19 hrs ago | post #235)

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RNC Day 3: Cruz booed, Pence nominated

That is because I blow a fart in your general direction you Rat Wing pig.  (Sunday | post #223)

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RNC Day 3: Cruz booed, Pence nominated

OOOHH Saul Alinsky boogy boogy. Its a name they like to throw. Kind of like Communist, or Terrorist, or Illegal immigrant, Karl Marx, Hitler. They probably have as little knowledge of who any of them are, or were, as they do of Alinsky. Their insight is usually limited to some kind of cartoonish movie theater villain. But you are right. Alinsky is required reading over at Americans for Prosperity and many other Rat Wing groups. They have a long list of demonized names and terms that are pretty much interchangeable when ever that want to berate someone.  (Sunday | post #222)

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Assad was supplying the Kurds and some other resistance groups with weapons, so of course Hussain would hand him chem/bio weapons. That makes a lot of sense  (Sunday | post #212)

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RNC Day 3: Cruz booed, Pence nominated

We rebuilt our military and ended the cold war under Reagan.)) Seems to me he said the cold war DID end under Reagan. Dyslexia is when you read letters backwards. Q- What do you call it when you interpret statements backwards. A- Rat Wing spin.  (Sunday | post #209)

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Every country around him hated Hussain and wanted to see him dead. Now just which of his enemies did you say he gave him most dangerous weapon to?  (Sunday | post #203)

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RNC Day 3: Cruz booed, Pence nominated

Are you trying to tell us that the weapons of mass destruction W took us to war over and 5000 American soldiers died over was the left over abandoned junk along the Iraq/Iraq battle lines that probably created a greater danger to anyone attempting to use than anyone they may have been used against. Are you saying that is why over 370,000 people have died due to direct war violence, and many more indirectly. 210,000 civilians have been killed as a result of the fighting at the hands of all parties to the conflict 7.6 million — the number of war refugees and displaced persons, The US federal price tag for the Iraq war is about 4.4 trillion dollars.  (Sunday | post #194)

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