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11-08-2012, 05:04 PM
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This is ironic considering how often you use straw man arguments. He was implying these people wanted to leave the US bc of Bush and his "self-destruction".
How often is that? You have raised the issue a grand total of once. Is that what you consider often?

And how do you know what he meant or was implying? Are you a mind reader, or is that userid a sock puppet of yours.

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11-08-2012, 06:22 PM
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You know that silly fist bump thing? When my co-workers or friends try that with me I extend my full hand for a traditional handshake. I tell them sorry, but I don't do that "Obama thing." Most of them chuckle, but some have gotten offended, look at me strangely. But they know where I stand right off the bat. And it helps me to weed out the good guys, freedom lovers, from the bad guy Democrat fascists.
Sometimes it's amazing what certain conservatives have convinced themselves Obama invented. Like when Rick Santorum was talking about how they should use the term "middle class" because it's "one of Obama's class warfare terms".

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11-08-2012, 06:29 PM
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lol who wrote that? I'm sure the other party is also happy to have weeded out the hyper-political lunatic who won't make a harmless gesture of camaraderie because he doesn't want to come off as an Obama sympathizer.

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11-08-2012, 06:35 PM
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lol who wrote that? I'm sure the other party is also happy to have weeded out the hyper-political lunatic who won't make a harmless gesture of camaraderie because he doesn't want to come off as an Obama sympathizer.
The same guy who was going on about boycotting Democrats:

http://nymag.com/daily/intel/2012/11...bertarian.html

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11-08-2012, 06:49 PM
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The same guy who was going on about boycotting Democrats:

http://nymag.com/daily/intel/2012/11...bertarian.html
this is ****ing hilarious. Almost as great as that 24 minute profanity-laden meltdown that crazy lady had. This, Karl Rove meltdown and crazy lady are probably my top 3 so far.

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11-08-2012, 06:58 PM
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lol who wrote that? I'm sure the other party is also happy to have weeded out the hyper-political lunatic who won't make a harmless gesture of camaraderie because he doesn't want to come off as an Obama sympathizer.
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The same guy who was going on about boycotting Democrats:

http://nymag.com/daily/intel/2012/11...bertarian.html
Just a classic case of a sad little man who does not want any info from outside his bubble.

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11-08-2012, 07:48 PM
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this is ****ing hilarious. Almost as great as that 24 minute profanity-laden meltdown that crazy lady had. This, Karl Rove meltdown and crazy lady are probably my top 3 so far.
Steven Colbert parodied that to start yesterdays show.

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11-08-2012, 08:22 PM
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The same guy who was going on about boycotting Democrats:

http://nymag.com/daily/intel/2012/11...bertarian.html
He's my new favorite headcase.

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11-08-2012, 09:09 PM
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The same guy who was going on about boycotting Democrats:

http://nymag.com/daily/intel/2012/11...bertarian.html
A personal favorite:
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Q: You require a risky and complicated brain surgery, one that is performed by only two neurosurgeons in the country. One is a Republican and the other is a Democrat, but the Republican is generally unknown, and the Democrat was just heralded by Time Magazine as the nation's best neurosurgeon. Everything else the cost, location, etc. is the same. Which doctor do you choose?


A: Simple: Avoid them both. Go to Mexico for your medical treatment. Avoid all the red tape and bureaucracy.
I wonder if that counts as out-sourcing.

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11-08-2012, 09:15 PM
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I know when I need complicated and risky surgery, my top choice is to avoid the top doctors and facilities and get it done in an underdeveloped country instead.

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11-08-2012, 09:24 PM
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Didn't or can't?

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John, no sir. I will not be a "decent human being," from here on out. As I say in the post, it's pure unadulterated hatred for everybody and anybody I know or ever run into who is a Democrat. I will spit on the ground in front of them. I will shun them. I will badmouth them. I will cuss their very existence.

Republicans, Libertarian Party people, Conservatives, other Rightists, even some moderates, are my friends.

Democrats are now my enemy til the day I die.
wow, that's all I have to say

This Eric Dondero guy is an amazing troll. I can't help but think its Jebby in real life.


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11-08-2012, 10:42 PM
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And just a reminder, that this is the same guy who sh|t his pants to avoid the selective service.

But he loves America.

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And just a reminder, that this is the same guy who sh|t his pants to avoid the selective service.

But he loves America.
It shames me that he attended the same high school as I did. He is such a pathetic human being.

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If anything, it's good that the right wingers are having such ridiculous breakdowns.

In a few years, when it's obvious to 99% of the population that America hasn't died, things like health care and welfare will be more acceptable to the majority of Americans.

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11-08-2012, 11:18 PM
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I want the government to shut down for one week and let's see what happens. No hospitals, no police, nothing. Just all out anarchy. No government, no spending on anything. Nothing. And then I want to see what happens to the country. I would laugh my ass off.

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11-09-2012, 12:30 AM
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I want the government to shut down for one week and let's see what happens. No hospitals, no police, nothing. Just all out anarchy. No government, no spending on anything. Nothing. And then I want to see what happens to the country. I would laugh my ass off.
Hopefully Ron Paul's bunker is well-stocked. They're going to come for him first.

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And just a reminder, that this is the same guy who sh|t his pants to avoid the selective service.

But he loves America.
Mitt's campaign was Maserati, but the turbocharger failed and the garage door didn't open.

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11-09-2012, 01:27 AM
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In a few years, when it's obvious to 99% of the population that America hasn't died, things like health care and welfare will be more acceptable to the majority of Americans.
I don't think welfare will ever be acceptable to the majority of Americans, at least not in my lifetime. Giving money to people who don't work is such a stark contrast to that quintessentially American ideology of putting in elbow grease to achieve your dreams (despite what might also be called a quintessentially American ideology of charity and helping the less fortunate)

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11-09-2012, 01:37 AM
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I don't think welfare will ever be acceptable to the majority of Americans, at least not in my lifetime. Giving money to people who don't work is such a stark contrast to that quintessentially American ideology of putting in elbow grease to achieve your dreams (despite what might also be called a quintessentially American ideology of charity and helping the less fortunate)
You mean someone like this?

“He was a refugee from Mexico. He was on relief – welfare relief – for the first years of his life."


























Lenore Romney speaking about her husband George Romney (Mitt's pappy) when he was seeking election as Governor of Michigan in 1962.
http://www.politicususa.com/shame-li...r-welfare.html

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So any reaction from whathisface's six hot lesbian Romney supporting friends?

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I don't think welfare will ever be acceptable to the majority of Americans, at least not in my lifetime. Giving money to people who don't work is such a stark contrast to that quintessentially American ideology of putting in elbow grease to achieve your dreams (despite what might also be called a quintessentially American ideology of charity and helping the less fortunate)
a significant percentage of people on welfare ARE working, and some even have regular full-time jobs.

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11-09-2012, 02:10 AM
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So any reaction from whathisface's six hot lesbian Romney supporting friends?
oh the self-loathing ones? Well I would assume that they're devastated, since Obama won and gay marriage (which they were all obviously opposed to) passed in at least two, probably three states.

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It's easy to find morons that are sore losers from both side though.I'm sure in the Bush era there was a bunch of ridiculous extremist left wingers that were spewing crap all over the internet.

Entertaining though.

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