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Democrats Endorse Donald Trump In 2016 Presidential Race
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MattB
2015-03-18 19:48:11 UTC
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Democrats Endorse Donald Trump In 2016 Presidential Race

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/03/18/donald-trump-2016-democrats_n_6894956.html

WASHINGTON -- Democrats are jumping with glee over news that Donald
Trump is officially exploring a run for president.

Democratic National Committee Press Secretary Holly Shulman issued a
three-word response Wednesday, after the real estate mogul announced
he was taking formal steps toward a 2016 bid, including the hiring of
key staff in the early primary states of Iowa, New Hampshire and South
Carolina.

"Everything is awesome," Shulman said in an email to reporters, in
reference to the hit song of the same name from the "The Lego Movie."

Shulman then noted Trump's history of controversial statements --
questioning President Barack Obama's birthplace, opposing immigration
reform and commenting on sexual assault in the military.

Trump is heading to New Hampshire this week, where he'll sit down with
a group of local veterans and business owners. A recent Wall Street
Journal/NBC News poll found that an overwhelming majority -- 74
percent -- of GOP primary voters said they can't see themselves
supporting Trump in the race for the White House.


******

He is worse than Cruz.

We need a third Party.

Trump is as much a clown as Obobo.
¡Jones
2015-03-19 02:59:22 UTC
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On Wed, 18 Mar 2015 12:48:11 -0700, in talk.politics.guns MattB
Post by MattB
WASHINGTON -- Democrats are jumping with glee over news that Donald
Trump is officially exploring a run for president.
Huff post being cited as a source of *anything* is shaky, let alone
Democratic strategy.

Jones
MattB
2015-03-19 19:07:20 UTC
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Post by ¡Jones
On Wed, 18 Mar 2015 12:48:11 -0700, in talk.politics.guns MattB
Post by MattB
WASHINGTON -- Democrats are jumping with glee over news that Donald
Trump is officially exploring a run for president.
Huff post being cited as a source of *anything* is shaky, let alone
Democratic strategy.
Jones
Better than Salon.com. :-))

Personally I think Trump is a closet Democrat. He does nothing but
hurt the name of Republicans. Like Cruz.

Sadly I've seen this on other news sources hope it is false.
S***@smack.com
2015-03-19 21:59:55 UTC
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Post by MattB
Post by ¡Jones
On Wed, 18 Mar 2015 12:48:11 -0700, in talk.politics.guns MattB
Post by MattB
WASHINGTON -- Democrats are jumping with glee over news that Donald
Trump is officially exploring a run for president.
Huff post being cited as a source of *anything* is shaky, let alone
Democratic strategy.
Jones
Better than Salon.com. :-))
Salon is disliked by you dumb assholes because it's closer to truth
than the propaganda sold to you as "news"
Post by MattB
Personally I think Trump is a closet Democrat. He does nothing but
hurt the name of Republicans. Like Cruz.
You mean other than make you more of a laughingstock party?
Post by MattB
Sadly I've seen this on other news sources hope it is false.
There is nothing spouted by Trump that resembles any part of the
progressive agenda.

NOTHING.

(remember...We are a great nation because of progressive/liberal
ideals and policies, you nutjob. EVERY major bad era and policy we've
had since inception----is a CONSERVATIVE construct....from siding with
the english, to slavery,....all the way to the "drooler" and "Dumbya")

Worst times of America---are caused by conservative control
MattB
2015-03-19 22:55:51 UTC
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Post by MattB
Post by ¡Jones
On Wed, 18 Mar 2015 12:48:11 -0700, in talk.politics.guns MattB
Post by MattB
WASHINGTON -- Democrats are jumping with glee over news that Donald
Trump is officially exploring a run for president.
Huff post being cited as a source of *anything* is shaky, let alone
Democratic strategy.
Jones
Better than Salon.com. :-))
Salon is disliked by you dumb assholes because it's closer to truth
than the propaganda sold to you as "news"
Had to open a window on this one the BS was choking.
Post by S***@smack.com
Post by MattB
Personally I think Trump is a closet Democrat. He does nothing but
hurt the name of Republicans. Like Cruz.
You mean other than make you more of a laughingstock party?
You Dems need people like trump to say totally stupid things a few
weeks before a election. Yet the Tea Party does that already.
Post by S***@smack.com
Post by MattB
Sadly I've seen this on other news sources hope it is false.
There is nothing spouted by Trump that resembles any part of the
progressive agenda.
Yawn over your head again.
Post by S***@smack.com
NOTHING.
(remember...We are a great nation because of progressive/liberal
ideals and policies, you nutjob. EVERY major bad era and policy we've
had since inception----is a CONSERVATIVE construct....from siding with
the english, to slavery,....all the way to the "drooler" and "Dumbya")
Worst times of America---are caused by conservative control
YAWN you are full of BS.
¡Jones
2015-03-20 04:55:48 UTC
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On Thu, 19 Mar 2015 15:55:51 -0700, in talk.politics.guns MattB
Post by MattB
Had to open a window on this one the BS was choking.
Yeah... what *was* that?
unknown
2015-03-20 12:45:15 UTC
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Post by MattB
You Dems need people like trump to say totally stupid things a few
weeks before a election. Yet the Tea Party does that already.
Yes and yes! You people are truly fucking hilarious.

Go Trump!
Mattb.
2015-03-20 22:26:46 UTC
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You people?????
¡Jones
2015-03-20 04:54:19 UTC
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On Thu, 19 Mar 2015 12:07:20 -0700, in talk.politics.guns MattB
Post by MattB
Better than Salon.com. :-))
Personally I think Trump is a closet Democrat. He does nothing but
hurt the name of Republicans. Like Cruz.
Sadly I've seen this on other news sources hope it is false.
Oh, *nobody* will take Trump seriously. On the left, we have Hillary
looming large, though. If I were a 'Pub right now, I'd be tossing the
Baggers under the bus and trying to stake a claim to a centerist
position which would force Hillary to show her ultra liberal colors.

I think the old: "Come; let us reason together," bit is a winning
strategy for the Republicans in '12; accept the ACA; "However, our
ideas make it better!" You just need a candidate who can pull it off
and I don't see one. Oh, yeah... he or she has to get the nomination
and a lot of people won't feel very "reasonable", but it's a winning
tactic. The alternative is at least four years of Hillary, I think.

Jones
Mattb.
2015-03-20 05:05:14 UTC
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Post by ¡Jones
On Thu, 19 Mar 2015 12:07:20 -0700, in talk.politics.guns MattB
Post by MattB
Better than Salon.com. :-))
Personally I think Trump is a closet Democrat. He does nothing but
hurt the name of Republicans. Like Cruz.
Sadly I've seen this on other news sources hope it is false.
Oh, *nobody* will take Trump seriously. On the left, we have Hillary
looming large, though. If I were a 'Pub right now, I'd be tossing the
Baggers under the bus and trying to stake a claim to a centerist
position which would force Hillary to show her ultra liberal colors.
I think the old: "Come; let us reason together," bit is a winning
strategy for the Republicans in '12; accept the ACA; "However, our
ideas make it better!" You just need a candidate who can pull it off
and I don't see one. Oh, yeah... he or she has to get the nomination
and a lot of people won't feel very "reasonable", but it's a winning
tactic. The alternative is at least four years of Hillary, I think.
Jones
Well I don't see a good Republican Candidate. If Hillary was to win
at least she isn't another Obama. She is Center left.

Did you see her last speech? She if she can be believed would try to
work with Republican Congress something Obama won't even try to do.
Guy thinks he is king or something. She complimented Bush Jr
One Party System
2015-03-20 11:06:38 UTC
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Post by ¡Jones
On Thu, 19 Mar 2015 12:07:20 -0700, in talk.politics.guns MattB
Post by MattB
Better than Salon.com. :-))
Personally I think Trump is a closet Democrat. He does nothing but
hurt the name of Republicans. Like Cruz.
Sadly I've seen this on other news sources hope it is false.
Oh, *nobody* will take Trump seriously. On the left, we have Hillary
looming large, though. If I were a 'Pub right now, I'd be tossing the
Baggers under the bus and trying to stake a claim to a centerist
position which would force Hillary to show her ultra liberal colors.
I think the old: "Come; let us reason together," bit is a winning
strategy for the Republicans in '12; accept the ACA; "However, our
ideas make it better!" You just need a candidate who can pull it off
and I don't see one. Oh, yeah... he or she has to get the nomination
and a lot of people won't feel very "reasonable", but it's a winning
tactic. The alternative is at least four years of Hillary, I think.
Jones
Well I don't see a good Republican Candidate. If Hillary was to win
at least she isn't another Obama. She is Center left.
Did you see her last speech? She if she can be believed would try to
work with Republican Congress something Obama won't even try to do.
Guy thinks he is king or something. She complimented Bush Jr
She's a liar and criminal. She is as incompetent as the day is long. I
begin to question your sanity. A lot like the American Jew voting for
Democrats over and over whilst the Democrats build the cattle cars and
camps for them.
--
There is a certain class of race-problem solvers who don’t want the patient
to get well, because as long as the disease holds out they have not only an
easy means of making a living, but also an easy medium through which to
make themselves prominent before the public.

Booker T. Washington
MattB
2015-03-20 17:33:33 UTC
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On Fri, 20 Mar 2015 11:06:38 +0000 (UTC), One Party System
Post by One Party System
Post by Mattb.
Post by ¡Jones
On Thu, 19 Mar 2015 12:07:20 -0700, in talk.politics.guns MattB
Post by MattB
Better than Salon.com. :-))
Personally I think Trump is a closet Democrat. He does nothing but
hurt the name of Republicans. Like Cruz.
Sadly I've seen this on other news sources hope it is false.
Oh, *nobody* will take Trump seriously. On the left, we have Hillary
looming large, though. If I were a 'Pub right now, I'd be tossing the
Baggers under the bus and trying to stake a claim to a centerist
position which would force Hillary to show her ultra liberal colors.
I think the old: "Come; let us reason together," bit is a winning
strategy for the Republicans in '12; accept the ACA; "However, our
ideas make it better!" You just need a candidate who can pull it off
and I don't see one. Oh, yeah... he or she has to get the nomination
and a lot of people won't feel very "reasonable", but it's a winning
tactic. The alternative is at least four years of Hillary, I think.
Jones
Well I don't see a good Republican Candidate. If Hillary was to win
at least she isn't another Obama. She is Center left.
Did you see her last speech? She if she can be believed would try to
work with Republican Congress something Obama won't even try to do.
Guy thinks he is king or something. She complimented Bush Jr
She's a liar and criminal. She is as incompetent as the day is long. I
begin to question your sanity. A lot like the American Jew voting for
Democrats over and over whilst the Democrats build the cattle cars and
camps for them.
Sanity? Well it depends how you judge. She isn't as insane as
Palin or Cruz. Not as left as Warren or Obama. How left is she on
Fiscal issues? I have no intention of voting for her unless a Cruz
type won the primary.

Now the question what candidate currently thinking of running do you
like?
¡Jones
2015-03-21 02:51:53 UTC
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On Fri, 20 Mar 2015 10:33:33 -0700, in talk.politics.guns MattB
Post by MattB
Sanity? Well it depends how you judge. She isn't as insane as
Palin or Cruz. Not as left as Warren or Obama. How left is she on
Fiscal issues? I have no intention of voting for her unless a Cruz
type won the primary.
Now the question what candidate currently thinking of running do you
like?
Yeah, that's about my feelings. I'd guess she'd follow Bill's lead on
matters fiscal and, while he certainly had his foibles, he was pretty
good as an economist. Of course, he had good economists on staff
*and* got lucky... being lucky is better than being good in the short
term.

Jones
S***@smack.com
2015-03-21 03:01:13 UTC
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Post by ¡Jones
On Fri, 20 Mar 2015 10:33:33 -0700, in talk.politics.guns MattB
Post by MattB
Sanity? Well it depends how you judge. She isn't as insane as
Palin or Cruz. Not as left as Warren or Obama. How left is she on
Fiscal issues? I have no intention of voting for her unless a Cruz
type won the primary.
Now the question what candidate currently thinking of running do you
like?
Yeah, that's about my feelings. I'd guess she'd follow Bill's lead on
matters fiscal and, while he certainly had his foibles, he was pretty
good as an economist. Of course, he had good economists on staff
*and* got lucky... being lucky is better than being good in the short
term.
Jones
Worse yet for Conservatives (after suffering major defeats in
economics, Bad foriegn policy, domestic policy)---is that Clinton WILL
go down as one of the greatest presidents in history.

Consider that Eisenhower had a mistress, and raygun took counsel from
a dingbat wife that dabbled in the occult---Clinton was acting normal
Klaus Schadenfreude
2015-03-21 08:50:13 UTC
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Post by ¡Jones
On Fri, 20 Mar 2015 10:33:33 -0700, in talk.politics.guns MattB
Post by MattB
Sanity? Well it depends how you judge. She isn't as insane as
Palin or Cruz. Not as left as Warren or Obama. How left is she on
Fiscal issues? I have no intention of voting for her unless a Cruz
type won the primary.
Now the question what candidate currently thinking of running do you
like?
Yeah, that's about my feelings. I'd guess she'd follow Bill's lead on
matters fiscal and, while he certainly had his foibles, he was pretty
good as an economist. Of course, he had good economists on staff
*and* got lucky... being lucky is better than being good in the short
term.
Jones
Worse yet for Conservatives (after suffering major defeats in
economics, Bad foriegn policy, domestic policy)---is that Clinton WILL
go down as one of the greatest presidents in history.
ROFLMAO
¡Jones
2015-03-21 12:15:03 UTC
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On Fri, 20 Mar 2015 21:01:13 -0600, in talk.politics.guns
Post by S***@smack.com
Worse yet for Conservatives (after suffering major defeats in
economics, Bad foriegn policy, domestic policy)---is that Clinton WILL
go down as one of the greatest presidents in history.
Consider that Eisenhower had a mistress, and raygun took counsel from
a dingbat wife that dabbled in the occult---Clinton was acting normal
Yes, I'm aware that there have been many past presidential dalliances
and I do not believe that Clinton's character should be judged
entirely by that alone any more than Martin L. King's plagiarism of
his dissertation should negate his life's work.

Besides JFK, Clinton was the most blatant philanderer, though... and
certainly the seediest! Gimme a break; getting a blow job from a
bimbo intern in the supply room kind of sets a new record low for the
old "low rent rendezvous", does it naught?

But, to his credit, his policies (foreign and domestic) worked pretty
well. Also, two of his eight years had virtually zero deficit...
which, while beating everyone else, still isn't good enough, bit it's
a start. I tend to think that his success in office was more
attributable to good luck than anything else in that nobody flew an
airplane into anything and the economy didn't melt down on his watch.

Jones
One Party System
2015-03-21 15:27:02 UTC
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Post by S***@smack.com
Post by ¡Jones
On Fri, 20 Mar 2015 10:33:33 -0700, in talk.politics.guns MattB
Post by MattB
Sanity? Well it depends how you judge. She isn't as insane as
Palin or Cruz. Not as left as Warren or Obama. How left is she on
Fiscal issues? I have no intention of voting for her unless a Cruz
type won the primary.
Now the question what candidate currently thinking of running do you
like?
Yeah, that's about my feelings. I'd guess she'd follow Bill's lead on
matters fiscal and, while he certainly had his foibles, he was pretty
good as an economist. Of course, he had good economists on staff
*and* got lucky... being lucky is better than being good in the short
term.
Jones
Worse yet for Conservatives (after suffering major defeats in
economics, Bad foriegn policy, domestic policy)---is that Clinton WILL
go down as one of the greatest presidents in history.
Consider that Eisenhower had a mistress, and raygun took counsel from
a dingbat wife that dabbled in the occult---Clinton was acting normal
Wow. Really is time to start the purge.
--
There is a certain class of race-problem solvers who don’t want the patient
to get well, because as long as the disease holds out they have not only an
easy means of making a living, but also an easy medium through which to
make themselves prominent before the public.

Booker T. Washington
Al Czervik
2015-03-21 16:19:52 UTC
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Post by S***@smack.com
Post by ¡Jones
On Fri, 20 Mar 2015 10:33:33 -0700, in talk.politics.guns MattB
Post by MattB
Sanity? Well it depends how you judge. She isn't as insane as
Palin or Cruz. Not as left as Warren or Obama. How left is she on
Fiscal issues? I have no intention of voting for her unless a Cruz
type won the primary.
Now the question what candidate currently thinking of running do you
like?
Yeah, that's about my feelings. I'd guess she'd follow Bill's lead on
matters fiscal and, while he certainly had his foibles, he was pretty
good as an economist. Of course, he had good economists on staff
*and* got lucky... being lucky is better than being good in the short
term.
Jones
Worse yet for Conservatives (after suffering major defeats in
economics, Bad foriegn policy, domestic policy)---is that Clinton WILL
go down as one of the greatest presidents in history.
Consider that Eisenhower had a mistress, and raygun took counsel from
a dingbat wife that dabbled in the occult---Clinton was acting normal
Hillary! channeled Eleanor Roosevelt.
http://cnsnews.com/news/article/bill-eleanor-roosevelt-passed-me-message-through-hillary-week
unknown
2015-03-21 18:37:13 UTC
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On Sat, 21 Mar 2015 09:19:52 -0700, Al Czervik
Post by Al Czervik
Post by S***@smack.com
Post by ¡Jones
On Fri, 20 Mar 2015 10:33:33 -0700, in talk.politics.guns MattB
Post by MattB
Sanity? Well it depends how you judge. She isn't as insane as
Palin or Cruz. Not as left as Warren or Obama. How left is she on
Fiscal issues? I have no intention of voting for her unless a Cruz
type won the primary.
Now the question what candidate currently thinking of running do you
like?
Yeah, that's about my feelings. I'd guess she'd follow Bill's lead on
matters fiscal and, while he certainly had his foibles, he was pretty
good as an economist. Of course, he had good economists on staff
*and* got lucky... being lucky is better than being good in the short
term.
Jones
Worse yet for Conservatives (after suffering major defeats in
economics, Bad foriegn policy, domestic policy)---is that Clinton WILL
go down as one of the greatest presidents in history.
Consider that Eisenhower had a mistress, and raygun took counsel from
a dingbat wife that dabbled in the occult---Clinton was acting normal
Hillary! channeled Eleanor Roosevelt.
http://cnsnews.com/news/article/bill-eleanor-roosevelt-passed-me-message-through-hillary-week
Hahahahahaha. CNS News! And Bill O'Reilly really was a war
correspondent.

too funny...
MattB
2015-03-21 18:42:38 UTC
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Post by ¡Jones
On Fri, 20 Mar 2015 10:33:33 -0700, in talk.politics.guns MattB
Post by MattB
Sanity? Well it depends how you judge. She isn't as insane as
Palin or Cruz. Not as left as Warren or Obama. How left is she on
Fiscal issues? I have no intention of voting for her unless a Cruz
type won the primary.
Now the question what candidate currently thinking of running do you
like?
Yeah, that's about my feelings. I'd guess she'd follow Bill's lead on
matters fiscal and, while he certainly had his foibles, he was pretty
good as an economist. Of course, he had good economists on staff
*and* got lucky... being lucky is better than being good in the short
term.
Jones
I didn't always agree with Bill but liked him better than Bush Jr or
Obama. Much better. Hillary is a little to left for me but.......
Plus Bill is friends with Bush Sr and that surprised me.

For me on the right any Candidate that tried to mix Religion with
government policies will be a No. Any Cruz types NO. I'd like to see
a debate that was more than a scripted reality show maybe one with
question from the people un edited. How will they fix problems.

If the Republican nominate a establishment type what I expect is like
last time with Tea Party members saying totally stupid things near
election time like Rape is the fault of the victim and such. Their
stupidity gave Obama 4 more ears.

We need Tea Shirt showing a muzzle on Cruz.
¡Jones
2015-03-21 19:07:11 UTC
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On Sat, 21 Mar 2015 11:42:38 -0700, in talk.politics.guns MattB
Post by MattB
I didn't always agree with Bill but liked him better than Bush Jr or
Obama. Much better. Hillary is a little to left for me but.......
Plus Bill is friends with Bush Sr and that surprised me.
For me on the right any Candidate that tried to mix Religion with
government policies will be a No. Any Cruz types NO. I'd like to see
a debate that was more than a scripted reality show maybe one with
question from the people un edited. How will they fix problems.
If the Republican nominate a establishment type what I expect is like
last time with Tea Party members saying totally stupid things near
election time like Rape is the fault of the victim and such. Their
stupidity gave Obama 4 more ears.
We need Tea Shirt showing a muzzle on Cruz.
No comment on Cruz.

It's time for a viable Republican candidate to start signaling his or
her intentions and staking out political turf. Of course, name
recognition isn't *always* a good thing! The earlier you get in, the
better people know who you are; however, you also have more time to
screw up.

Jones
S***@smack.com
2015-03-21 22:10:43 UTC
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Post by MattB
Post by ¡Jones
Yeah, that's about my feelings. I'd guess she'd follow Bill's lead on
matters fiscal and, while he certainly had his foibles, he was pretty
good as an economist. Of course, he had good economists on staff
*and* got lucky... being lucky is better than being good in the short
term.
Jones
I didn't always agree with Bill but liked him better than Bush Jr or
Obama. Much better. Hillary is a little to left for me but.......
Plus Bill is friends with Bush Sr and that surprised me.
You haven't shown any capacity for thinking at all, you fuckwit



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Post by MattB
'Sick And Tired,' Residents In Southern Mexico Defend Themselves
That's what Former slaves did in the south against your conservatives
after you lost the civil war, MattLoon.
And they should have. Freedom is for everyone, even stupid, low life
fucking niggers like you, Yoorpiss.
Careful he might do this to you LOL.
MattB
2015-03-21 22:28:53 UTC
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Post by S***@smack.com
Post by MattB
Post by ¡Jones
Yeah, that's about my feelings. I'd guess she'd follow Bill's lead on
matters fiscal and, while he certainly had his foibles, he was pretty
good as an economist. Of course, he had good economists on staff
*and* got lucky... being lucky is better than being good in the short
term.
Jones
I didn't always agree with Bill but liked him better than Bush Jr or
Obama. Much better. Hillary is a little to left for me but.......
Plus Bill is friends with Bush Sr and that surprised me.
You haven't shown any capacity for thinking at all, you fuckwit
This from the Pedo-loon Gary Roselles.

What do we know of ***@smack.com AKA Yoorghis AKA Gary Roselles of
Rapid City, SD #42

#1 Gary lies.

#2 Gary favorite posting method is the Ad hominem

#3 Gary will edit a post to change the context and change the subject
line.

#4 Gary is extremely Racist.

#5 Gary Supports Gang violence based on race.

#6 Gary talks about a Conservative "Ideology" but can't produce it.

#7 Gary reads minds.

#8 Gary is stuck in the past.

#9 Gary Roselles support terrorist groups.

#10 Is a Pedo-Loon of Steven's High?

#11 He wanted to blow up Mount Rushmore.

#12 the Roselles Brothers Band sucks.

Did I miss anything?
Post by S***@smack.com
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Post by MattB
'Sick And Tired,' Residents In Southern Mexico Defend Themselves
That's what Former slaves did in the south against your conservatives
after you lost the civil war, MattLoon.
And they should have. Freedom is for everyone, even stupid, low life
fucking niggers like you, Yoorpiss.
Careful he might do this to you LOL.
S***@smack.com
2015-03-22 01:19:16 UTC
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He makes sure that the net knowns EXACTLY the kind of scumbag you are

And---because he does----you have to post conjecture, forgery, lies,
and babbling to make up for your stupidity.

Here--this IS what YOU are---YOUR own words.
===========================================================
Yep I did and proud of it, did it to there faces and they did it to
mine. That was/is a thing.

Yes and you still don't understand doubt you care to.
So---Like Charley Barta---(calling people niggers)---it's all because
someone doesn't understand?
I've called a Black man nigger did so for years
One Party System
2015-03-21 15:25:45 UTC
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Post by MattB
On Fri, 20 Mar 2015 11:06:38 +0000 (UTC), One Party System
Post by One Party System
Post by Mattb.
Post by ¡Jones
On Thu, 19 Mar 2015 12:07:20 -0700, in talk.politics.guns MattB
Post by MattB
Better than Salon.com. :-))
Personally I think Trump is a closet Democrat. He does nothing but
hurt the name of Republicans. Like Cruz.
Sadly I've seen this on other news sources hope it is false.
Oh, *nobody* will take Trump seriously. On the left, we have Hillary
looming large, though. If I were a 'Pub right now, I'd be tossing the
Baggers under the bus and trying to stake a claim to a centerist
position which would force Hillary to show her ultra liberal colors.
I think the old: "Come; let us reason together," bit is a winning
strategy for the Republicans in '12; accept the ACA; "However, our
ideas make it better!" You just need a candidate who can pull it off
and I don't see one. Oh, yeah... he or she has to get the nomination
and a lot of people won't feel very "reasonable", but it's a winning
tactic. The alternative is at least four years of Hillary, I think.
Jones
Well I don't see a good Republican Candidate. If Hillary was to win
at least she isn't another Obama. She is Center left.
Did you see her last speech? She if she can be believed would try to
work with Republican Congress something Obama won't even try to do.
Guy thinks he is king or something. She complimented Bush Jr
She's a liar and criminal. She is as incompetent as the day is long. I
begin to question your sanity. A lot like the American Jew voting for
Democrats over and over whilst the Democrats build the cattle cars and
camps for them.
Sanity? Well it depends how you judge. She isn't as insane as
Palin or Cruz. Not as left as Warren or Obama. How left is she on
Fiscal issues? I have no intention of voting for her unless a Cruz
type won the primary.
Now the question what candidate currently thinking of running do you
like?
Neither Pali nor Cruz is insane. You have clearly been brainwashed by the
press. Pity, you showed such promise.

Me? I think Walker is a good choice. Executive experience, good agenda,
proven record of kicking Democrat ass.

Voting for Hilary under any circumstances is a sign of either mental
illness or evil intent. Period.
--
There is a certain class of race-problem solvers who don’t want the patient
to get well, because as long as the disease holds out they have not only an
easy means of making a living, but also an easy medium through which to
make themselves prominent before the public.

Booker T. Washington
First Post
2015-03-21 15:34:21 UTC
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Post by One Party System
Post by MattB
On Fri, 20 Mar 2015 11:06:38 +0000 (UTC), One Party System
Post by One Party System
Post by Mattb.
Post by ¡Jones
On Thu, 19 Mar 2015 12:07:20 -0700, in talk.politics.guns MattB
Post by MattB
Better than Salon.com. :-))
Personally I think Trump is a closet Democrat. He does nothing but
hurt the name of Republicans. Like Cruz.
Sadly I've seen this on other news sources hope it is false.
Oh, *nobody* will take Trump seriously. On the left, we have Hillary
looming large, though. If I were a 'Pub right now, I'd be tossing the
Baggers under the bus and trying to stake a claim to a centerist
position which would force Hillary to show her ultra liberal colors.
I think the old: "Come; let us reason together," bit is a winning
strategy for the Republicans in '12; accept the ACA; "However, our
ideas make it better!" You just need a candidate who can pull it off
and I don't see one. Oh, yeah... he or she has to get the nomination
and a lot of people won't feel very "reasonable", but it's a winning
tactic. The alternative is at least four years of Hillary, I think.
Jones
Well I don't see a good Republican Candidate. If Hillary was to win
at least she isn't another Obama. She is Center left.
Did you see her last speech? She if she can be believed would try to
work with Republican Congress something Obama won't even try to do.
Guy thinks he is king or something. She complimented Bush Jr
She's a liar and criminal. She is as incompetent as the day is long. I
begin to question your sanity. A lot like the American Jew voting for
Democrats over and over whilst the Democrats build the cattle cars and
camps for them.
Sanity? Well it depends how you judge. She isn't as insane as
Palin or Cruz. Not as left as Warren or Obama. How left is she on
Fiscal issues? I have no intention of voting for her unless a Cruz
type won the primary.
Now the question what candidate currently thinking of running do you
like?
Neither Pali nor Cruz is insane. You have clearly been brainwashed by the
press. Pity, you showed such promise.
Me? I think Walker is a good choice. Executive experience, good agenda,
proven record of kicking Democrat ass.
Voting for Hilary under any circumstances is a sign of either mental
illness or evil intent. Period.
The American people at large have become so damned stupid that voting
for the president has become no more significant than the Miss America
pageant. It has become simply a popularity contest based on perceived
"coolness" as opposed to qualifications and ability.
One Party System
2015-03-21 16:00:05 UTC
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Post by First Post
On Sat, 21 Mar 2015 15:25:45 +0000 (UTC), One Party System
Post by One Party System
Post by MattB
On Fri, 20 Mar 2015 11:06:38 +0000 (UTC), One Party System
Post by One Party System
Post by Mattb.
Post by ¡Jones
On Thu, 19 Mar 2015 12:07:20 -0700, in talk.politics.guns MattB
Post by MattB
Better than Salon.com. :-))
Personally I think Trump is a closet Democrat. He does nothing but
hurt the name of Republicans. Like Cruz.
Sadly I've seen this on other news sources hope it is false.
Oh, *nobody* will take Trump seriously. On the left, we have Hillary
looming large, though. If I were a 'Pub right now, I'd be tossing the
Baggers under the bus and trying to stake a claim to a centerist
position which would force Hillary to show her ultra liberal colors.
I think the old: "Come; let us reason together," bit is a winning
strategy for the Republicans in '12; accept the ACA; "However, our
ideas make it better!" You just need a candidate who can pull it off
and I don't see one. Oh, yeah... he or she has to get the nomination
and a lot of people won't feel very "reasonable", but it's a winning
tactic. The alternative is at least four years of Hillary, I think.
Jones
Well I don't see a good Republican Candidate. If Hillary was to win
at least she isn't another Obama. She is Center left.
Did you see her last speech? She if she can be believed would try to
work with Republican Congress something Obama won't even try to do.
Guy thinks he is king or something. She complimented Bush Jr
She's a liar and criminal. She is as incompetent as the day is long. I
begin to question your sanity. A lot like the American Jew voting for
Democrats over and over whilst the Democrats build the cattle cars and
camps for them.
Sanity? Well it depends how you judge. She isn't as insane as
Palin or Cruz. Not as left as Warren or Obama. How left is she on
Fiscal issues? I have no intention of voting for her unless a Cruz
type won the primary.
Now the question what candidate currently thinking of running do you
like?
Neither Pali nor Cruz is insane. You have clearly been brainwashed by the
press. Pity, you showed such promise.
Me? I think Walker is a good choice. Executive experience, good agenda,
proven record of kicking Democrat ass.
Voting for Hilary under any circumstances is a sign of either mental
illness or evil intent. Period.
The American people at large have become so damned stupid that voting
for the president has become no more significant than the Miss America
pageant. It has become simply a popularity contest based on perceived
"coolness" as opposed to qualifications and ability.
Pretty much.
--
There is a certain class of race-problem solvers who don’t want the patient
to get well, because as long as the disease holds out they have not only an
easy means of making a living, but also an easy medium through which to
make themselves prominent before the public.

Booker T. Washington
MattB
2015-03-21 18:48:09 UTC
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On Sat, 21 Mar 2015 10:34:21 -0500, First Post
Post by First Post
On Sat, 21 Mar 2015 15:25:45 +0000 (UTC), One Party System
Post by One Party System
Post by MattB
On Fri, 20 Mar 2015 11:06:38 +0000 (UTC), One Party System
Post by One Party System
Post by Mattb.
Post by ¡Jones
On Thu, 19 Mar 2015 12:07:20 -0700, in talk.politics.guns MattB
Post by MattB
Better than Salon.com. :-))
Personally I think Trump is a closet Democrat. He does nothing but
hurt the name of Republicans. Like Cruz.
Sadly I've seen this on other news sources hope it is false.
Oh, *nobody* will take Trump seriously. On the left, we have Hillary
looming large, though. If I were a 'Pub right now, I'd be tossing the
Baggers under the bus and trying to stake a claim to a centerist
position which would force Hillary to show her ultra liberal colors.
I think the old: "Come; let us reason together," bit is a winning
strategy for the Republicans in '12; accept the ACA; "However, our
ideas make it better!" You just need a candidate who can pull it off
and I don't see one. Oh, yeah... he or she has to get the nomination
and a lot of people won't feel very "reasonable", but it's a winning
tactic. The alternative is at least four years of Hillary, I think.
Jones
Well I don't see a good Republican Candidate. If Hillary was to win
at least she isn't another Obama. She is Center left.
Did you see her last speech? She if she can be believed would try to
work with Republican Congress something Obama won't even try to do.
Guy thinks he is king or something. She complimented Bush Jr
She's a liar and criminal. She is as incompetent as the day is long. I
begin to question your sanity. A lot like the American Jew voting for
Democrats over and over whilst the Democrats build the cattle cars and
camps for them.
Sanity? Well it depends how you judge. She isn't as insane as
Palin or Cruz. Not as left as Warren or Obama. How left is she on
Fiscal issues? I have no intention of voting for her unless a Cruz
type won the primary.
Now the question what candidate currently thinking of running do you
like?
Neither Pali nor Cruz is insane. You have clearly been brainwashed by the
press. Pity, you showed such promise.
Me? I think Walker is a good choice. Executive experience, good agenda,
proven record of kicking Democrat ass.
Voting for Hilary under any circumstances is a sign of either mental
illness or evil intent. Period.
The American people at large have become so damned stupid that voting
for the president has become no more significant than the Miss America
pageant. It has become simply a popularity contest based on perceived
"coolness" as opposed to qualifications and ability.
You think Cruz is qualified? Warren?
S***@smack.com
2015-03-21 22:11:44 UTC
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Post by MattB
You think Cruz is qualified? Warren?
You give away any notion that you have any ability to think

There is NOTHING that Cruz does---that is credible---NOTHING

Warren is over-qualified in economic/domestic policy
MattB
2015-03-21 22:26:05 UTC
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Post by S***@smack.com
Post by MattB
You think Cruz is qualified? Warren?
You give away any notion that you have any ability to think
So you think Cruz is qualified or Warren? Ok you are stupider than I
thought.
Post by S***@smack.com
There is NOTHING that Cruz does---that is credible---NOTHING
Warren is over-qualified in economic/domestic policy
YAWN Warren is a bitch. Even many Democrats hate her.

She is the Democrats version of Palin and Cruz.
S***@smack.com
2015-03-22 01:16:08 UTC
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Post by MattB
Post by S***@smack.com
Post by MattB
You think Cruz is qualified? Warren?
You give away any notion that you have any ability to think
So you think Cruz is qualified or Warren? Ok you are stupider than I
thought.
You read the reply and came up with that ignorant reply?

No fucking wonder you're considered a dimwit
MattB
2015-03-21 18:47:25 UTC
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On Sat, 21 Mar 2015 15:25:45 +0000 (UTC), One Party System
Post by One Party System
Post by MattB
On Fri, 20 Mar 2015 11:06:38 +0000 (UTC), One Party System
Post by One Party System
Post by Mattb.
Post by ¡Jones
On Thu, 19 Mar 2015 12:07:20 -0700, in talk.politics.guns MattB
Post by MattB
Better than Salon.com. :-))
Personally I think Trump is a closet Democrat. He does nothing but
hurt the name of Republicans. Like Cruz.
Sadly I've seen this on other news sources hope it is false.
Oh, *nobody* will take Trump seriously. On the left, we have Hillary
looming large, though. If I were a 'Pub right now, I'd be tossing the
Baggers under the bus and trying to stake a claim to a centerist
position which would force Hillary to show her ultra liberal colors.
I think the old: "Come; let us reason together," bit is a winning
strategy for the Republicans in '12; accept the ACA; "However, our
ideas make it better!" You just need a candidate who can pull it off
and I don't see one. Oh, yeah... he or she has to get the nomination
and a lot of people won't feel very "reasonable", but it's a winning
tactic. The alternative is at least four years of Hillary, I think.
Jones
Well I don't see a good Republican Candidate. If Hillary was to win
at least she isn't another Obama. She is Center left.
Did you see her last speech? She if she can be believed would try to
work with Republican Congress something Obama won't even try to do.
Guy thinks he is king or something. She complimented Bush Jr
She's a liar and criminal. She is as incompetent as the day is long. I
begin to question your sanity. A lot like the American Jew voting for
Democrats over and over whilst the Democrats build the cattle cars and
camps for them.
Sanity? Well it depends how you judge. She isn't as insane as
Palin or Cruz. Not as left as Warren or Obama. How left is she on
Fiscal issues? I have no intention of voting for her unless a Cruz
type won the primary.
Now the question what candidate currently thinking of running do you
like?
Neither Pali nor Cruz is insane. You have clearly been brainwashed by the
press. Pity, you showed such promise.
Maybe insane bad choice of words. Idiots, stupid total idiots fit
them better.

The original Tea Party was good to a point then came the Tea Party
Express and they are freaks.
Post by One Party System
Me? I think Walker is a good choice. Executive experience, good agenda,
proven record of kicking Democrat ass.
Walker is a definite maybe in my book. Also a unknown for me in many
ways. Need more info.
Post by One Party System
Voting for Hilary under any circumstances is a sign of either mental
illness or evil intent. Period.
Maybe in your book but I feel the same of any Cruz type.

No Tea Party type could get the nomination and I suspect they will
sabotage any person that does, like last time.
¡Jones
2015-03-20 13:16:00 UTC
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On Thu, 19 Mar 2015 22:05:14 -0700, in talk.politics.guns Mattb.
Post by Mattb.
Well I don't see a good Republican Candidate. If Hillary was to win
at least she isn't another Obama. She is Center left.
Did you see her last speech? She if she can be believed would try to
work with Republican Congress something Obama won't even try to do.
Guy thinks he is king or something. She complimented Bush Jr
I'm not impressed with how much effort either side of the isle is
putting into working with the other. I voted for Obama in '08 and
have been somewhat disappointed in him; however, I wasn't even *about*
to help Palin gain a national office... she was downright scary!

I haven't seen Hillary's speech from yesterday (3/19). I don't put
just a tremendous amount of faith in politicians' speeches, though...
I'm nonpartisan on that. I suppose I'll read the synopsis.

My take is that it's time for the Republicans to knock off sitting on
the sidelines sniping at Obama and to demonstrate true leadership...
which is what the U.S. needs. The problem is that the radical fringes
of either party can raise such a cacophony that the voices of reason
within that party go unheard. I wonder if a real leader would have a
chance of being elected?

Jones
Klaus Schadenfreude
2015-03-20 13:28:07 UTC
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Post by ¡Jones
On Thu, 19 Mar 2015 22:05:14 -0700, in talk.politics.guns Mattb.
Post by Mattb.
Well I don't see a good Republican Candidate. If Hillary was to win
at least she isn't another Obama. She is Center left.
Did you see her last speech? She if she can be believed would try to
work with Republican Congress something Obama won't even try to do.
Guy thinks he is king or something. She complimented Bush Jr
I'm not impressed with how much effort either side of the isle is
putting into working with the other. I voted for Obama in '08 and
have been somewhat disappointed in him; however, I wasn't even *about*
to help Palin gain a national office... she was downright scary!
I haven't seen Hillary's speech from yesterday (3/19). I don't put
just a tremendous amount of faith in politicians' speeches, though...
I'm nonpartisan on that. I suppose I'll read the synopsis.
My take is that it's time for the Republicans to knock off sitting on
the sidelines sniping at Obama and to demonstrate true leadership...
which is what the U.S. needs.
Never happen. Their brains have atrophied from non-use to the point
that both parties are now worthless.
MattB
2015-03-20 17:27:41 UTC
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Post by ¡Jones
On Thu, 19 Mar 2015 22:05:14 -0700, in talk.politics.guns Mattb.
Post by Mattb.
Well I don't see a good Republican Candidate. If Hillary was to win
at least she isn't another Obama. She is Center left.
Did you see her last speech? She if she can be believed would try to
work with Republican Congress something Obama won't even try to do.
Guy thinks he is king or something. She complimented Bush Jr
I'm not impressed with how much effort either side of the isle is
putting into working with the other. I voted for Obama in '08 and
have been somewhat disappointed in him; however, I wasn't even *about*
to help Palin gain a national office... she was downright scary!
Palin is scary.
Post by ¡Jones
I haven't seen Hillary's speech from yesterday (3/19). I don't put
just a tremendous amount of faith in politicians' speeches, though...
I'm nonpartisan on that. I suppose I'll read the synopsis.
My take is that it's time for the Republicans to knock off sitting on
the sidelines sniping at Obama and to demonstrate true leadership...
which is what the U.S. needs. The problem is that the radical fringes
of either party can raise such a cacophony that the voices of reason
within that party go unheard. I wonder if a real leader would have a
chance of being elected?
Yes both Extremes are crazy IMO. The Warren/Obama types and the Tea
Party types. Reason and common sense are gone it seems.
Post by ¡Jones
Jones
Just Wondering
2015-03-21 01:04:47 UTC
Permalink
I wasn't even *about* to help Palin gain a national
office... she was downright scary!
I'm Just Wondering, what specifically did you find scary about Palin?
unknown
2015-03-21 01:43:20 UTC
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On Fri, 20 Mar 2015 19:04:47 -0600, Just Wondering
Post by Just Wondering
I wasn't even *about* to help Palin gain a national
office... she was downright scary!
I'm Just Wondering, what specifically did you find scary about Palin?
That she might have become President.
Just Wondering
2015-03-21 01:56:05 UTC
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Post by unknown
Post by Just Wondering
I wasn't even *about* to help Palin gain a national
office... she was downright scary!
I'm Just Wondering, what specifically did you find scary about Palin?
That she might have become President.
Nobody asked you. YOUR opinion isn't worth squat.
unknown
2015-03-21 02:15:13 UTC
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On Fri, 20 Mar 2015 19:56:05 -0600, Just Wondering
Post by Just Wondering
Post by unknown
Post by Just Wondering
I wasn't even *about* to help Palin gain a national
office... she was downright scary!
I'm Just Wondering, what specifically did you find scary about Palin?
That she might have become President.
Nobody asked you. YOUR opinion isn't worth squat.
Just informing you since you don't seem capable of keeping up.

Didn't the thought of Palin becoming President scare you?
Just Wondering
2015-03-21 07:20:34 UTC
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Post by unknown
On Fri, 20 Mar 2015 19:56:05 -0600, Just Wondering
Post by Just Wondering
Post by unknown
Post by Just Wondering
I wasn't even *about* to help Palin gain a national
office... she was downright scary!
I'm Just Wondering, what specifically did you find scary about Palin?
That she might have become President.
Nobody asked you. YOUR opinion isn't worth squat.
Just informing you since you don't seem capable of keeping up.
Didn't the thought of Palin becoming President scare you?
Very little scares me. The thought of Billary Rodham becoming Prez
disgusts me.
unknown
2015-03-21 13:23:45 UTC
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On Sat, 21 Mar 2015 01:20:34 -0600, Just Wondering
Post by Just Wondering
Post by unknown
On Fri, 20 Mar 2015 19:56:05 -0600, Just Wondering
Post by Just Wondering
Post by unknown
Post by Just Wondering
I wasn't even *about* to help Palin gain a national
office... she was downright scary!
I'm Just Wondering, what specifically did you find scary about Palin?
That she might have become President.
Nobody asked you. YOUR opinion isn't worth squat.
Just informing you since you don't seem capable of keeping up.
Didn't the thought of Palin becoming President scare you?
Very little scares me. The thought of Billary Rodham becoming Prez
disgusts me.
Good. Clearly decent people do. All the more reason to support her
Presidency.
Scout
2015-03-21 16:38:12 UTC
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Post by unknown
On Sat, 21 Mar 2015 01:20:34 -0600, Just Wondering
Post by Just Wondering
Post by unknown
On Fri, 20 Mar 2015 19:56:05 -0600, Just Wondering
Post by Just Wondering
Post by unknown
Post by Just Wondering
I wasn't even *about* to help Palin gain a national
office... she was downright scary!
I'm Just Wondering, what specifically did you find scary about Palin?
That she might have become President.
Nobody asked you. YOUR opinion isn't worth squat.
Just informing you since you don't seem capable of keeping up.
Didn't the thought of Palin becoming President scare you?
Very little scares me. The thought of Billary Rodham becoming Prez
disgusts me.
Good. Clearly decent people do. All the more reason to support her
Presidency.
Says the person who's proven he isn't even close to being decent.
Claude
2015-03-22 01:37:17 UTC
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Post by Just Wondering
Post by unknown
On Fri, 20 Mar 2015 19:56:05 -0600, Just Wondering
Post by Just Wondering
Post by unknown
Post by Just Wondering
I wasn't even *about* to help Palin gain a national
office... she was downright scary!
I'm Just Wondering, what specifically did you find scary about Palin?
That she might have become President.
Nobody asked you. YOUR opinion isn't worth squat.
Just informing you since you don't seem capable of keeping up.
Didn't the thought of Palin becoming President scare you?
Very little scares me. The thought of Billary Rodham becoming Prez
disgusts me.
Hilary would make George W. Bush and the Obamatron look like puppies.
She's a Hawk, with a capital H.

My guess is that she would start with Putin, mine the Sevastopol harbor
in the Crimea, then take all those seditious Russian speaking actors in
"The Americans" TV series hostage. Including the Welshman who plays
Phillip.
RD Sandman
2015-03-21 14:40:58 UTC
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Post by unknown
On Fri, 20 Mar 2015 19:56:05 -0600, Just Wondering
Post by Just Wondering
Post by unknown
Post by Just Wondering
I wasn't even *about* to help Palin gain a national
office... she was downright scary!
I'm Just Wondering, what specifically did you find scary about Palin?
That she might have become President.
Nobody asked you. YOUR opinion isn't worth squat.
Just informing you since you don't seem capable of keeping up.
Didn't the thought of Palin becoming President scare you?
I never thought that would occur.
--
Sleep well tonight.......

RD (The Sandman}

In these days and times, there is really only one race on this planet.
It is called "human". It just comes in many colors and sizes.

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2015-03-21 15:31:48 UTC
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Post by RD Sandman
Post by unknown
On Fri, 20 Mar 2015 19:56:05 -0600, Just Wondering
Post by Just Wondering
Post by unknown
Post by Just Wondering
I wasn't even *about* to help Palin gain a national
office... she was downright scary!
I'm Just Wondering, what specifically did you find scary about Palin?
That she might have become President.
Nobody asked you. YOUR opinion isn't worth squat.
Just informing you since you don't seem capable of keeping up.
Didn't the thought of Palin becoming President scare you?
I never thought that would occur.
Hindsight being 20/20, Palin would not have screwed the entire nation
with a healthcare act that has cost more people than it benefited.
ISIS would have never had the opportunity to grow to the extent that
it has. Israel would not be on the verge of being totally abandoned
by what was once their most loyal ally. The borders would have not
been simply opened wide for any and all who just wanted to walk
across. Local police departments would have not been accused of all
being racist jackbooted enemies of the public. And Christianity would
not have been attacked on behalf of muslim extremists, just to name a
few. And Palin would not have likely attempted to "rule" the nation
by executive fiat. If she had ran and won and then done pretty much
nothing the nation would be less divided and in better shape than it
is now after Obama doing so much to promote his agenda.
She would not have attempted to "fundamentally change" the entire
state of America.
Looking at all of the negative criticisms of Palin by the left, you
see them attributing false statements made by a female comedian to
her, lambasting her for daring to have an autistic child and
childishly ridiculing of her family. And neither her nor any of her
family members ever insinuated that they "were never proud of this
nation".
But people in general are stupid sheep that swallow anything and
everything the propagandists feed them like it's their favorite ice
cream and vote against their own self interests based on such
stupidity as "he's cool" and "he can break it down".
And the trend will continue.
The American people deserve every ounce of pain and misery they have
elected for themselves and they will continue to point the finger in
every direction blaming everyone except those that are really
responsible for it.
RD Sandman
2015-03-21 16:10:16 UTC
Permalink
Post by First Post
On Sat, 21 Mar 2015 09:40:58 -0500, RD Sandman
Post by RD Sandman
Post by unknown
On Fri, 20 Mar 2015 19:56:05 -0600, Just Wondering
Post by Just Wondering
Post by unknown
Post by Just Wondering
I wasn't even *about* to help Palin gain a national
office... she was downright scary!
I'm Just Wondering, what specifically did you find scary about Palin?
That she might have become President.
Nobody asked you. YOUR opinion isn't worth squat.
Just informing you since you don't seem capable of keeping up.
Didn't the thought of Palin becoming President scare you?
I never thought that would occur.
Hindsight being 20/20, Palin would not have screwed the entire nation
with a healthcare act that has cost more people than it benefited.
ISIS would have never had the opportunity to grow to the extent that
it has. Israel would not be on the verge of being totally abandoned
by what was once their most loyal ally. The borders would have not
been simply opened wide for any and all who just wanted to walk
across. Local police departments would have not been accused of all
being racist jackbooted enemies of the public. And Christianity would
not have been attacked on behalf of muslim extremists, just to name a
few. And Palin would not have likely attempted to "rule" the nation
by executive fiat. If she had ran and won and then done pretty much
nothing the nation would be less divided and in better shape than it
is now after Obama doing so much to promote his agenda.
She would not have attempted to "fundamentally change" the entire
state of America.
Looking at all of the negative criticisms of Palin by the left, you
see them attributing false statements made by a female comedian to
her, lambasting her for daring to have an autistic child and
childishly ridiculing of her family. And neither her nor any of her
family members ever insinuated that they "were never proud of this
nation".
But people in general are stupid sheep that swallow anything and
everything the propagandists feed them like it's their favorite ice
cream and vote against their own self interests based on such
stupidity as "he's cool" and "he can break it down".
And the trend will continue.
The American people deserve every ounce of pain and misery they have
elected for themselves and they will continue to point the finger in
every direction blaming everyone except those that are really
responsible for it.
Liberals have a tendency to be for a lot of things from their distance
and not a lot of things up close.
--
Sleep well tonight.......

RD (The Sandman}

In these days and times, there is really only one race on this planet.
It is called "human". It just comes in many colors and sizes.

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2015-03-21 16:18:21 UTC
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On Sat, 21 Mar 2015 11:10:16 -0500, RD Sandman
Post by RD Sandman
Post by First Post
On Sat, 21 Mar 2015 09:40:58 -0500, RD Sandman
Post by RD Sandman
Post by unknown
On Fri, 20 Mar 2015 19:56:05 -0600, Just Wondering
Post by Just Wondering
Post by unknown
Post by Just Wondering
I wasn't even *about* to help Palin gain a national
office... she was downright scary!
I'm Just Wondering, what specifically did you find scary about Palin?
That she might have become President.
Nobody asked you. YOUR opinion isn't worth squat.
Just informing you since you don't seem capable of keeping up.
Didn't the thought of Palin becoming President scare you?
I never thought that would occur.
Hindsight being 20/20, Palin would not have screwed the entire nation
with a healthcare act that has cost more people than it benefited.
ISIS would have never had the opportunity to grow to the extent that
it has. Israel would not be on the verge of being totally abandoned
by what was once their most loyal ally. The borders would have not
been simply opened wide for any and all who just wanted to walk
across. Local police departments would have not been accused of all
being racist jackbooted enemies of the public. And Christianity would
not have been attacked on behalf of muslim extremists, just to name a
few. And Palin would not have likely attempted to "rule" the nation
by executive fiat. If she had ran and won and then done pretty much
nothing the nation would be less divided and in better shape than it
is now after Obama doing so much to promote his agenda.
She would not have attempted to "fundamentally change" the entire
state of America.
Looking at all of the negative criticisms of Palin by the left, you
see them attributing false statements made by a female comedian to
her, lambasting her for daring to have an autistic child and
childishly ridiculing of her family. And neither her nor any of her
family members ever insinuated that they "were never proud of this
nation".
But people in general are stupid sheep that swallow anything and
everything the propagandists feed them like it's their favorite ice
cream and vote against their own self interests based on such
stupidity as "he's cool" and "he can break it down".
And the trend will continue.
The American people deserve every ounce of pain and misery they have
elected for themselves and they will continue to point the finger in
every direction blaming everyone except those that are really
responsible for it.
Liberals have a tendency to be for a lot of things from their distance
and not a lot of things up close.
Indeed, an accurate description.
Scout
2015-03-21 16:41:13 UTC
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Post by First Post
On Sat, 21 Mar 2015 11:10:16 -0500, RD Sandman
Post by RD Sandman
Post by First Post
On Sat, 21 Mar 2015 09:40:58 -0500, RD Sandman
Post by RD Sandman
Post by unknown
On Fri, 20 Mar 2015 19:56:05 -0600, Just Wondering
Post by Just Wondering
Post by unknown
Post by Just Wondering
I wasn't even *about* to help Palin gain a national
office... she was downright scary!
I'm Just Wondering, what specifically did you find scary about Palin?
That she might have become President.
Nobody asked you. YOUR opinion isn't worth squat.
Just informing you since you don't seem capable of keeping up.
Didn't the thought of Palin becoming President scare you?
I never thought that would occur.
Hindsight being 20/20, Palin would not have screwed the entire nation
with a healthcare act that has cost more people than it benefited.
ISIS would have never had the opportunity to grow to the extent that
it has. Israel would not be on the verge of being totally abandoned
by what was once their most loyal ally. The borders would have not
been simply opened wide for any and all who just wanted to walk
across. Local police departments would have not been accused of all
being racist jackbooted enemies of the public. And Christianity would
not have been attacked on behalf of muslim extremists, just to name a
few. And Palin would not have likely attempted to "rule" the nation
by executive fiat. If she had ran and won and then done pretty much
nothing the nation would be less divided and in better shape than it
is now after Obama doing so much to promote his agenda.
She would not have attempted to "fundamentally change" the entire
state of America.
Looking at all of the negative criticisms of Palin by the left, you
see them attributing false statements made by a female comedian to
her, lambasting her for daring to have an autistic child and
childishly ridiculing of her family. And neither her nor any of her
family members ever insinuated that they "were never proud of this
nation".
But people in general are stupid sheep that swallow anything and
everything the propagandists feed them like it's their favorite ice
cream and vote against their own self interests based on such
stupidity as "he's cool" and "he can break it down".
And the trend will continue.
The American people deserve every ounce of pain and misery they have
elected for themselves and they will continue to point the finger in
every direction blaming everyone except those that are really
responsible for it.
Liberals have a tendency to be for a lot of things from their distance
and not a lot of things up close.
Indeed, an accurate description.
Very. Look at Dudu for example. He's all for taking away the wealth of other
people and distributing it to the poor....but does he distribute his own
wealth to the poor?

Na, he threatens to murder anyone that tries to take what he has.

Liberal rules? They're only for the other guy.....
unknown
2015-03-21 18:18:10 UTC
Permalink
On Sat, 21 Mar 2015 11:18:21 -0500, First Post
Post by First Post
On Sat, 21 Mar 2015 11:10:16 -0500, RD Sandman
Post by RD Sandman
Post by First Post
On Sat, 21 Mar 2015 09:40:58 -0500, RD Sandman
Post by RD Sandman
Post by unknown
On Fri, 20 Mar 2015 19:56:05 -0600, Just Wondering
Post by Just Wondering
Post by unknown
Post by Just Wondering
I wasn't even *about* to help Palin gain a national
office... she was downright scary!
I'm Just Wondering, what specifically did you find scary about Palin?
That she might have become President.
Nobody asked you. YOUR opinion isn't worth squat.
Just informing you since you don't seem capable of keeping up.
Didn't the thought of Palin becoming President scare you?
I never thought that would occur.
Hindsight being 20/20, Palin would not have screwed the entire nation
with a healthcare act that has cost more people than it benefited.
ISIS would have never had the opportunity to grow to the extent that
it has. Israel would not be on the verge of being totally abandoned
by what was once their most loyal ally. The borders would have not
been simply opened wide for any and all who just wanted to walk
across. Local police departments would have not been accused of all
being racist jackbooted enemies of the public. And Christianity would
not have been attacked on behalf of muslim extremists, just to name a
few. And Palin would not have likely attempted to "rule" the nation
by executive fiat. If she had ran and won and then done pretty much
nothing the nation would be less divided and in better shape than it
is now after Obama doing so much to promote his agenda.
She would not have attempted to "fundamentally change" the entire
state of America.
Looking at all of the negative criticisms of Palin by the left, you
see them attributing false statements made by a female comedian to
her, lambasting her for daring to have an autistic child and
childishly ridiculing of her family. And neither her nor any of her
family members ever insinuated that they "were never proud of this
nation".
But people in general are stupid sheep that swallow anything and
everything the propagandists feed them like it's their favorite ice
cream and vote against their own self interests based on such
stupidity as "he's cool" and "he can break it down".
And the trend will continue.
The American people deserve every ounce of pain and misery they have
elected for themselves and they will continue to point the finger in
every direction blaming everyone except those that are really
responsible for it.
Liberals have a tendency to be for a lot of things from their distance
and not a lot of things up close.
Indeed, an accurate description.
Everything you said above are totally untrue taken from the hard right
wing talking points from Fox News. Everything you know about
anything you learned from Fox. It's all lies. All of it. Just
like Bill O'Reilly was actually a war correspondent.

You people are a fucking joke. At least you would be if you weren't
such a tragedy.
RD Sandman
2015-03-21 18:34:52 UTC
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Post by unknown
On Sat, 21 Mar 2015 11:18:21 -0500, First Post
Post by First Post
On Sat, 21 Mar 2015 11:10:16 -0500, RD Sandman
Post by RD Sandman
Post by First Post
On Sat, 21 Mar 2015 09:40:58 -0500, RD Sandman
Post by RD Sandman
Post by unknown
On Fri, 20 Mar 2015 19:56:05 -0600, Just Wondering
Post by Just Wondering
Post by unknown
Post by Just Wondering
I wasn't even *about* to help Palin gain a national
office... she was downright scary!
I'm Just Wondering, what specifically did you find scary about Palin?
That she might have become President.
Nobody asked you. YOUR opinion isn't worth squat.
Just informing you since you don't seem capable of keeping up.
Didn't the thought of Palin becoming President scare you?
I never thought that would occur.
Hindsight being 20/20, Palin would not have screwed the entire nation
with a healthcare act that has cost more people than it benefited.
ISIS would have never had the opportunity to grow to the extent that
it has. Israel would not be on the verge of being totally abandoned
by what was once their most loyal ally. The borders would have not
been simply opened wide for any and all who just wanted to walk
across. Local police departments would have not been accused of all
being racist jackbooted enemies of the public. And Christianity would
not have been attacked on behalf of muslim extremists, just to name a
few. And Palin would not have likely attempted to "rule" the nation
by executive fiat. If she had ran and won and then done pretty much
nothing the nation would be less divided and in better shape than it
is now after Obama doing so much to promote his agenda.
She would not have attempted to "fundamentally change" the entire
state of America.
Looking at all of the negative criticisms of Palin by the left, you
see them attributing false statements made by a female comedian to
her, lambasting her for daring to have an autistic child and
childishly ridiculing of her family. And neither her nor any of her
family members ever insinuated that they "were never proud of this
nation".
But people in general are stupid sheep that swallow anything and
everything the propagandists feed them like it's their favorite ice
cream and vote against their own self interests based on such
stupidity as "he's cool" and "he can break it down".
And the trend will continue.
The American people deserve every ounce of pain and misery they have
elected for themselves and they will continue to point the finger in
every direction blaming everyone except those that are really
responsible for it.
Liberals have a tendency to be for a lot of things from their distance
and not a lot of things up close.
Indeed, an accurate description.
Everything you said above are totally untrue taken from the hard right
wing talking points from Fox News. Everything you know about
anything you learned from Fox. It's all lies. All of it.
No, it isn't. I remember some of those comments myself.


Just
Post by unknown
like Bill O'Reilly was actually a war correspondent.
He has never claimed to be one. He did way over emphasize some stuff he
was "near".
Post by unknown
You people are a fucking joke. At least you would be if you weren't
such a tragedy.
--
Sleep well tonight.......

RD (The Sandman}

In these days and times, there is really only one race on this planet.
It is called "human". It just comes in many colors and sizes.

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S***@smack.com
2015-03-21 22:08:47 UTC
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On Sat, 21 Mar 2015 11:10:16 -0500, RD Sandman
Post by RD Sandman
Post by First Post
The American people deserve every ounce of pain and misery they have
elected for themselves and they will continue to point the finger in
every direction blaming everyone except those that are really
responsible for it.
Liberals have a tendency to be for a lot of things from their distance
and not a lot of things up close.
So when WE (liberals) fought YOU (conservatives) in the revolutionary
war---that was shortsidedness?

We WE fought YOU to stop slavery---that was shortsigtedness?

When WE demolished Jim Crow that YOU defended---you think
shortsightedness was in play?

When WE began to dismantly the "raygun revolution" that's destroyed
the middle class and workers----That too, is "short-sighted"

You ain't got a fucking brain at all, do you RDLOON?
Scout
2015-03-22 00:07:19 UTC
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Post by First Post
On Sat, 21 Mar 2015 11:10:16 -0500, RD Sandman
Post by RD Sandman
Post by First Post
The American people deserve every ounce of pain and misery they have
elected for themselves and they will continue to point the finger in
every direction blaming everyone except those that are really
responsible for it.
Liberals have a tendency to be for a lot of things from their distance
and not a lot of things up close.
So when WE (Republicans) fought YOU (Democrats) in the revolutionary
war---that was shortsidedness?
We WE fought YOU to stop slavery---that was shortsigtedness?
When WE demolished Jim Crow that YOU defended---you think
shortsightedness was in play?
When WE began to dismantly the "raygun revolution" that's destroyed
the middle class and workers----That too, is "short-sighted"
You ain't got a fucking brain at all, do you RDLOON?
Can't say, other than to note that he's not a Democrat..

Oh, and I corrected your post above.
S***@smack.com
2015-03-22 01:15:10 UTC
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On Sat, 21 Mar 2015 20:07:19 -0400, "Scout"
Post by Scout
Post by S***@smack.com
You ain't got a fucking brain at all, do you RDLOON?
Can't say, other than to note that he's not a Democrat..
Oh, and I corrected your post above.
That would be the ONLY way you'd be able to manage to look
smart---forgery.

Knicklas did it all the time

Laughingstock of the Net.
¡Jones
2015-03-22 02:00:07 UTC
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On Sat, 21 Mar 2015 16:08:47 -0600, in talk.politics.guns
Post by S***@smack.com
We WE fought YOU to stop slavery---that was shortsigtedness?
Uuuh... weren't the abolitionists mostly Republicans and the slave
holders mostly Democrats? Wasn't the trigger for the Civil War the
election of a Republican president? What was that guy's name... he
was famous...

The Alamo!

No, wait... that's the *other* thing I gotta remember.

(Will this be on the test?)

Jones
unknown
2015-03-21 17:49:46 UTC
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On Sat, 21 Mar 2015 10:31:48 -0500, First Post
Post by First Post
On Sat, 21 Mar 2015 09:40:58 -0500, RD Sandman
Post by RD Sandman
Post by unknown
On Fri, 20 Mar 2015 19:56:05 -0600, Just Wondering
Post by Just Wondering
Post by unknown
Post by Just Wondering
I wasn't even *about* to help Palin gain a national
office... she was downright scary!
I'm Just Wondering, what specifically did you find scary about Palin?
That she might have become President.
Nobody asked you. YOUR opinion isn't worth squat.
Just informing you since you don't seem capable of keeping up.
Didn't the thought of Palin becoming President scare you?
I never thought that would occur.
Hindsight being 20/20, Palin would not have screwed the entire nation
with a healthcare act that has cost more people than it benefited.
Lie. 11.5 million are now signed up via the ACA.
Post by First Post
ISIS would have never had the opportunity to grow to the extent that
it has.
If it wasn't for George Bush destablizing the region.
Post by First Post
Israel would not be on the verge of being totally abandoned
by what was once their most loyal ally.
Israel is NOT our friend. They use us like a stupid attack dog to
harass their enemies.
Post by First Post
The borders would have not
been simply opened wide for any and all who just wanted to walk
across.
Yea, and what? A 2000 mile long fence? What have the Republcans
proposed that's workable?
Post by First Post
Local police departments would have not been accused of all
being racist jackbooted enemies of the public. And Christianity would
not have been attacked on behalf of muslim extremists, just to name a
few. And Palin would not have likely attempted to "rule" the nation
by executive fiat.
How do you think Obama ranks in the numbers of EOs?

rest of your raving bullshit snipped.
RD Sandman
2015-03-21 18:09:59 UTC
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Post by unknown
On Sat, 21 Mar 2015 10:31:48 -0500, First Post
Post by First Post
On Sat, 21 Mar 2015 09:40:58 -0500, RD Sandman
Post by RD Sandman
Post by unknown
On Fri, 20 Mar 2015 19:56:05 -0600, Just Wondering
Post by Just Wondering
Post by unknown
Post by Just Wondering
I wasn't even *about* to help Palin gain a national
office... she was downright scary!
I'm Just Wondering, what specifically did you find scary about Palin?
That she might have become President.
Nobody asked you. YOUR opinion isn't worth squat.
Just informing you since you don't seem capable of keeping up.
Didn't the thought of Palin becoming President scare you?
I never thought that would occur.
Hindsight being 20/20, Palin would not have screwed the entire nation
with a healthcare act that has cost more people than it benefited.
Lie. 11.5 million are now signed up via the ACA.
Post by First Post
ISIS would have never had the opportunity to grow to the extent that
it has.
If it wasn't for George Bush destablizing the region.
Post by First Post
Israel would not be on the verge of being totally abandoned
by what was once their most loyal ally.
Israel is NOT our friend. They use us like a stupid attack dog to
harass their enemies.
Post by First Post
The borders would have not
been simply opened wide for any and all who just wanted to walk
across.
Yea, and what? A 2000 mile long fence? What have the Republcans
proposed that's workable?
Post by First Post
Local police departments would have not been accused of all
being racist jackbooted enemies of the public. And Christianity would
not have been attacked on behalf of muslim extremists, just to name a
few. And Palin would not have likely attempted to "rule" the nation
by executive fiat.
How do you think Obama ranks in the numbers of EOs?
The number of them is rather meaningless....it is what he is trying to do
with them that makes a difference.
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RD (The Sandman}

In these days and times, there is really only one race on this planet.
It is called "human". It just comes in many colors and sizes.

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unknown
2015-03-21 22:24:41 UTC
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On Sat, 21 Mar 2015 13:09:59 -0500, RD Sandman
Post by RD Sandman
Post by unknown
Post by First Post
few. And Palin would not have likely attempted to "rule" the nation
by executive fiat.
How do you think Obama ranks in the numbers of EOs?
The number of them is rather meaningless....it is what he is trying to do
with them that makes a difference.
So what's the worst he's done? Give it your best shot. Show us how
evil Obama is.
S***@smack.com
2015-03-22 01:17:25 UTC
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Post by unknown
On Sat, 21 Mar 2015 13:09:59 -0500, RD Sandman
Post by RD Sandman
Post by unknown
Post by First Post
few. And Palin would not have likely attempted to "rule" the nation
by executive fiat.
How do you think Obama ranks in the numbers of EOs?
The number of them is rather meaningless....it is what he is trying to do
with them that makes a difference.
So what's the worst he's done? Give it your best shot. Show us how
evil Obama is.
The worst?

Kicked the shit out of wingers for the time he's been there

The most formidable, richest, political machine in the US---and they
cannot beat Obama----(look at the polls)
unknown
2015-03-22 01:58:52 UTC
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Post by S***@smack.com
Post by unknown
On Sat, 21 Mar 2015 13:09:59 -0500, RD Sandman
Post by RD Sandman
Post by unknown
Post by First Post
few. And Palin would not have likely attempted to "rule" the nation
by executive fiat.
How do you think Obama ranks in the numbers of EOs?
The number of them is rather meaningless....it is what he is trying to do
with them that makes a difference.
So what's the worst he's done? Give it your best shot. Show us how
evil Obama is.
The worst?
Kicked the shit out of wingers for the time he's been there
The most formidable, richest, political machine in the US---and they
cannot beat Obama----(look at the polls)
Yep. That's what they hate the most.
Scout
2015-03-22 00:08:15 UTC
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Post by unknown
On Sat, 21 Mar 2015 10:31:48 -0500, First Post
Post by First Post
On Sat, 21 Mar 2015 09:40:58 -0500, RD Sandman
Post by RD Sandman
Post by unknown
On Fri, 20 Mar 2015 19:56:05 -0600, Just Wondering
Post by Just Wondering
Post by unknown
Post by Just Wondering
I wasn't even *about* to help Palin gain a national
office... she was downright scary!
I'm Just Wondering, what specifically did you find scary about Palin?
That she might have become President.
Nobody asked you. YOUR opinion isn't worth squat.
Just informing you since you don't seem capable of keeping up.
Didn't the thought of Palin becoming President scare you?
I never thought that would occur.
Hindsight being 20/20, Palin would not have screwed the entire nation
with a healthcare act that has cost more people than it benefited.
Lie. 11.5 million are now signed up via the ACA.
Including a large number of people who already had insurance. Insurance they
could afford to actually use. Which now they can't.
S***@smack.com
2015-03-22 01:22:47 UTC
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On Sat, 21 Mar 2015 20:08:15 -0400, "Scout"
Post by Scout
Post by unknown
Post by First Post
Post by RD Sandman
Post by unknown
Didn't the thought of Palin becoming President scare you?
I never thought that would occur.
Hindsight being 20/20, Palin would not have screwed the entire nation
with a healthcare act that has cost more people than it benefited.
Lie. 11.5 million are now signed up via the ACA.
Including a large number of people who already had insurance. Insurance they
could afford to actually use. Which now they can't.
a) that "insurance" they had was WORTHLESS. Cost little---but paid
NOTHING.

b) Worthless insurance eventually does the same---doesn't pay when
needed---making the state/taxpayer pay.

c) The cost of insurance went down---the ACA won't pay the NEEDLESS
crap the insurance companies charged for

d) It also blocked the High Salaries, admin costs, Equipment and drugs
that were making the Shareholders wealthy.

Didn't any of this get mentioned on faux snooze?

Imagine that ! !
S***@smack.com
2015-03-21 02:58:57 UTC
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On Fri, 20 Mar 2015 19:56:05 -0600, Just Wondering
Post by Just Wondering
Post by unknown
Post by Just Wondering
I wasn't even *about* to help Palin gain a national
office... she was downright scary!
I'm Just Wondering, what specifically did you find scary about Palin?
That she might have become President.
Nobody asked you. YOUR opinion isn't worth squat.
Someone who thinks that Palin had ANYTHING to offer---is suggesting
that he doesn't have a credible opinion?

Really?
Klaus Schadenfreude
2015-03-21 08:50:36 UTC
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Post by unknown
On Fri, 20 Mar 2015 19:56:05 -0600, Just Wondering
Post by Just Wondering
Post by unknown
Post by Just Wondering
I wasn't even *about* to help Palin gain a national
office... she was downright scary!
I'm Just Wondering, what specifically did you find scary about Palin?
That she might have become President.
Nobody asked you. YOUR opinion isn't worth squat.
Someone who thinks that Palin had ANYTHING to offer--
Well, to begin with, she was twice as smart as you are.
Scout
2015-03-21 16:37:26 UTC
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Post by Klaus Schadenfreude
Post by unknown
On Fri, 20 Mar 2015 19:56:05 -0600, Just Wondering
Post by Just Wondering
Post by unknown
Post by Just Wondering
I wasn't even *about* to help Palin gain a national
office... she was downright scary!
I'm Just Wondering, what specifically did you find scary about Palin?
That she might have become President.
Nobody asked you. YOUR opinion isn't worth squat.
Someone who thinks that Palin had ANYTHING to offer--
Well, to begin with, she was twice as smart as you are.
Only twice? You have a pretty low opinion of her intelligence then....unless
you meant twice as much as Gary thinks his intelligence is.
¡Jones
2015-03-21 02:52:59 UTC
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On Fri, 20 Mar 2015 19:04:47 -0600, in talk.politics.guns Just
Post by Just Wondering
I'm Just Wondering, what specifically did you find scary about Palin?
Tits. I'm scared of tits! That's why I'm voting for Hillary!!!

Jones
S***@smack.com
2015-03-21 02:58:06 UTC
Permalink
On Fri, 20 Mar 2015 19:04:47 -0600, Just Wondering
Post by Just Wondering
I wasn't even *about* to help Palin gain a national
office... she was downright scary!
I'm Just Wondering, what specifically did you find scary about Palin?
How anyone could be that vacuous---and appeal to a major political
party.
Klaus Schadenfreude
2015-03-21 08:50:51 UTC
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Post by unknown
On Fri, 20 Mar 2015 19:04:47 -0600, Just Wondering
Post by Just Wondering
I wasn't even *about* to help Palin gain a national
office... she was downright scary!
I'm Just Wondering, what specifically did you find scary about Palin?
How anyone could be that vacuous---and appeal to a major political
party.
Obama did it.
¡Jones
2015-03-21 03:27:56 UTC
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On Fri, 20 Mar 2015 19:04:47 -0600, in talk.politics.guns Just
Post by Just Wondering
I'm Just Wondering, what specifically did you find scary about Palin?
OK, kidding aside: there was something about her that suggested to me
that she was entirely unpredictable. Now, McCain had a touch of that,
also and, in small doses, it's not always bad. Palin had an aura of
instability more than unpredictability. You might not like Obama;
however, he's not going to be way, *way* out in left field. With
Palin, I just wasn't sure whether she was a soccer mom or a poisonous
toad. I got the impression that she could go either way.

Jones
unknown
2015-03-21 03:29:32 UTC
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Post by ¡Jones
On Fri, 20 Mar 2015 19:04:47 -0600, in talk.politics.guns Just
Post by Just Wondering
I'm Just Wondering, what specifically did you find scary about Palin?
OK, kidding aside: there was something about her that suggested to me
that she was entirely unpredictable. Now, McCain had a touch of that,
also and, in small doses, it's not always bad. Palin had an aura of
instability more than unpredictability. You might not like Obama;
however, he's not going to be way, *way* out in left field. With
Palin, I just wasn't sure whether she was a soccer mom or a poisonous
toad. I got the impression that she could go either way.
She is a crazy person. Plain and simple. Kinda narrows down which
way she will go.
Post by ¡Jones
Jones
¡Jones
2015-03-21 03:56:10 UTC
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Post by unknown
She is a crazy person. Plain and simple. Kinda narrows down which
way she will go.
I'm not qualified to diagnose that... I couldn't get a good handle on
*what* she might have done. Alaska wasn't just real happy with her
performance as governor, as I recall. The baggers like he because
she's fringe right; I wouldn't feel any better about her if she wanted
to ban all guns and legalize pot... and it wouldn't surprise me a bit
if she did!

At least Biden is a known quantity. I didn't jump up and down over
him, though.

Jones
RD Sandman
2015-03-21 14:43:00 UTC
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Post by ¡Jones
Post by unknown
She is a crazy person. Plain and simple. Kinda narrows down which
way she will go.
I'm not qualified to diagnose that...
Neither is Dudu. He simply likes to rant on anything conservative.

I couldn't get a good handle on
Post by ¡Jones
*what* she might have done. Alaska wasn't just real happy with her
performance as governor, as I recall. The baggers like he because
she's fringe right; I wouldn't feel any better about her if she wanted
to ban all guns and legalize pot... and it wouldn't surprise me a bit
if she did!
At least Biden is a known quantity.
Kinda dumb and plodding.


I didn't jump up and down over
Post by ¡Jones
him, though.
Jones
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¡Jones
2015-03-21 15:43:49 UTC
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On Sat, 21 Mar 2015 09:43:00 -0500, in talk.politics.guns RD Sandman
Post by RD Sandman
Post by ¡Jones
At least Biden is a known quantity.
Kinda dumb and plodding.
I wouldn't call him that; however, he does tend to exude those traits
at first glance, does he naught?

I opposed him because of the plagiarized speech he delivered about 20
years ago... I suppose I should just get over it; however, I feel
strongly about plagiarism.

Jones
RD Sandman
2015-03-21 16:11:11 UTC
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Post by ¡Jones
On Sat, 21 Mar 2015 09:43:00 -0500, in talk.politics.guns RD Sandman
Post by RD Sandman
Post by ¡Jones
At least Biden is a known quantity.
Kinda dumb and plodding.
I wouldn't call him that; however, he does tend to exude those traits
at first glance, does he naught?
I opposed him because of the plagiarized speech he delivered about 20
years ago... I suppose I should just get over it; however, I feel
strongly about plagiarism.
Jones
I oppose him for the way he tends to loom over young women and say stupid
things about guns.
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RD (The Sandman}

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It is called "human". It just comes in many colors and sizes.

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¡Jones
2015-03-21 19:01:31 UTC
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On Sat, 21 Mar 2015 11:11:11 -0500, in talk.politics.guns RD Sandman
Post by RD Sandman
I oppose him for the way he tends to loom over young women and say stupid
things about guns.
Young women these days know what they want and can take care of
themselves.

If people saying stupid things about guns offends you, you're reading
the wrong newsgroup, I'd suggest!

Jones
RD Sandman
2015-03-21 19:05:29 UTC
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Post by ¡Jones
On Sat, 21 Mar 2015 11:11:11 -0500, in talk.politics.guns RD Sandman
Post by RD Sandman
I oppose him for the way he tends to loom over young women and say
stupid things about guns.
Young women these days know what they want and can take care of
themselves.
If people saying stupid things about guns offends you, you're reading
the wrong newsgroup, I'd suggest!
Suggest whatever you wish, just don't be surprized when I pay you no mind.
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Sleep well tonight.......

RD (The Sandman}

In these days and times, there is really only one race on this planet.
It is called "human". It just comes in many colors and sizes.

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¡Jones
2015-03-21 19:20:51 UTC
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On Sat, 21 Mar 2015 14:05:29 -0500, in talk.politics.guns RD Sandman
Post by RD Sandman
Suggest whatever you wish, just don't be surprized when I pay you no mind.
For a guy who hangs out on the most vitriolic NG on usenet, you
certainly have sensitive feelings!

Jones
RD Sandman
2015-03-21 20:06:01 UTC
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Post by ¡Jones
On Sat, 21 Mar 2015 14:05:29 -0500, in talk.politics.guns RD Sandman
Post by RD Sandman
Suggest whatever you wish, just don't be surprized when I pay you no mind.
For a guy who hangs out on the most vitriolic NG on usenet, you
certainly have sensitive feelings!
Sensitive feelings? ;)
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Sleep well tonight.......

RD (The Sandman}

In these days and times, there is really only one race on this planet.
It is called "human". It just comes in many colors and sizes.

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S***@smack.com
2015-03-21 22:09:48 UTC
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On Sat, 21 Mar 2015 11:11:11 -0500, RD Sandman
Post by RD Sandman
Post by ¡Jones
On Sat, 21 Mar 2015 09:43:00 -0500, in talk.politics.guns RD Sandman
Post by RD Sandman
Post by ¡Jones
At least Biden is a known quantity.
Kinda dumb and plodding.
I wouldn't call him that; however, he does tend to exude those traits
at first glance, does he naught?
I opposed him because of the plagiarized speech he delivered about 20
years ago... I suppose I should just get over it; however, I feel
strongly about plagiarism.
Jones
I oppose him for the way he tends to loom over young women and say stupid
things about guns.
Yet we know that what YOU think is bullshit

So much for anything credible coming from you,
¡Jones
2015-03-22 02:02:50 UTC
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On Sat, 21 Mar 2015 16:09:48 -0600, in talk.politics.guns
Post by S***@smack.com
Yet we know that what YOU think is bullshit
So much for anything credible coming from you,
Hey, do you read that guy who posts as "Gunner Asch"?

I really believe you two would have a meaningful relationship!

Jones

Claude
2015-03-22 01:28:40 UTC
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Post by unknown
Post by ¡Jones
On Fri, 20 Mar 2015 19:04:47 -0600, in talk.politics.guns Just
Post by Just Wondering
I'm Just Wondering, what specifically did you find scary about Palin?
OK, kidding aside: there was something about her that suggested to me
that she was entirely unpredictable. Now, McCain had a touch of that,
also and, in small doses, it's not always bad. Palin had an aura of
instability more than unpredictability. You might not like Obama;
however, he's not going to be way, *way* out in left field. With
Palin, I just wasn't sure whether she was a soccer mom or a poisonous
toad. I got the impression that she could go either way.
She is a crazy person. Plain and simple. Kinda narrows down which
way she will go.
Palin is great! I want her on a ticket with The Donald (and that
dyed Beaver pelt on his head).

Of course Palin could be replaced by Michele Bachmann, but that would
be crazy. She claims to be "American, Swiss" not American. That's
shameful.
unknown
2015-03-20 12:32:54 UTC
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Post by ¡Jones
On Thu, 19 Mar 2015 12:07:20 -0700, in talk.politics.guns MattB
Post by MattB
Better than Salon.com. :-))
Personally I think Trump is a closet Democrat. He does nothing but
hurt the name of Republicans. Like Cruz.
Sadly I've seen this on other news sources hope it is false.
Oh, *nobody* will take Trump seriously. On the left, we have Hillary
looming large, though. If I were a 'Pub right now, I'd be tossing the
Baggers under the bus and trying to stake a claim to a centerist
position which would force Hillary to show her ultra liberal colors.
I think it's way, way too late for the Republicans to try to take a
centrist position.
Post by ¡Jones
I think the old: "Come; let us reason together," bit is a winning
strategy for the Republicans in '12; accept the ACA; "However, our
ideas make it better!" You just need a candidate who can pull it off
and I don't see one. Oh, yeah... he or she has to get the nomination
and a lot of people won't feel very "reasonable", but it's a winning
tactic. The alternative is at least four years of Hillary, I think.
Republicans keep insisting their ideas are better but they never have
any.
Post by ¡Jones
Jones
¡Jones
2015-03-20 13:20:27 UTC
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Post by unknown
I think it's way, way too late for the Republicans to try to take a
centrist position. Republicans keep insisting their ideas are better
but they never have any.
It doesn't matter what either party does; *you* are a "died in the
wool" liberal and *you* will bash the Republicans with the same gusto
they bash the Democrats. I suppose that there are positive aspects to
the radical edges of the spectrum; it does free you from the burden of
thinking.

Jones
unknown
2015-03-20 13:29:23 UTC
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Post by ¡Jones
Post by unknown
I think it's way, way too late for the Republicans to try to take a
centrist position. Republicans keep insisting their ideas are better
but they never have any.
It doesn't matter what either party does; *you* are a "died in the
wool" liberal and *you* will bash the Republicans with the same gusto
they bash the Democrats. I suppose that there are positive aspects to
the radical edges of the spectrum; it does free you from the burden of
thinking.
I'm not at all extremist. If you think so you've never seen any. I'm
pretty much just moderate left. I proudly call myself a socialist
because everything we have good in our society is because of
socialism. And lately the right wing has gone so far right that it is
scary. Just another march to fascism. Concerned liberals need to
sit up and take notice. If you think I have any actual facts
distorted feel free to make a case. Until then I will support
Hillary and speak out against the right wingers. They have done
enough damage to society. Time to draw the line in the sand. You
don't like it well you can just get over it.

http://truth11.com/2011/03/14/12-steps-to-fascism/
Post by ¡Jones
Jones
Klaus Schadenfreude
2015-03-20 13:38:18 UTC
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Post by unknown
Post by ¡Jones
Post by unknown
I think it's way, way too late for the Republicans to try to take a
centrist position. Republicans keep insisting their ideas are better
but they never have any.
It doesn't matter what either party does; *you* are a "died in the
wool" liberal and *you* will bash the Republicans with the same gusto
they bash the Democrats. I suppose that there are positive aspects to
the radical edges of the spectrum; it does free you from the burden of
thinking.
I'm not at all extremist.
ROFLMAO

Another lie added.
Tony Stevens
2015-03-20 13:56:20 UTC
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Post by unknown
Post by ¡Jones
Post by unknown
I think it's way, way too late for the Republicans to try to take a
centrist position. Republicans keep insisting their ideas are better
but they never have any.
It doesn't matter what either party does; *you* are a "died in the
wool" liberal and *you* will bash the Republicans with the same gusto
they bash the Democrats. I suppose that there are positive aspects to
the radical edges of the spectrum; it does free you from the burden of
thinking.
I'm not at all extremist.
ROFLMAO

Another lie added.

I hope DooDoo's lie Number 1000 is a clear, new doozy, and not just another
rehash of an older one.
Scout
2015-03-20 16:37:00 UTC
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Post by unknown
Post by ¡Jones
Post by unknown
I think it's way, way too late for the Republicans to try to take a
centrist position. Republicans keep insisting their ideas are better
but they never have any.
It doesn't matter what either party does; *you* are a "died in the
wool" liberal and *you* will bash the Republicans with the same gusto
they bash the Democrats. I suppose that there are positive aspects to
the radical edges of the spectrum; it does free you from the burden of
thinking.
I'm not at all extremist.
ROTFLMAO........
unknown
2015-03-20 16:42:41 UTC
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On Fri, 20 Mar 2015 12:37:00 -0400, "Scout"
Post by Scout
Post by unknown
Post by ¡Jones
Post by unknown
I think it's way, way too late for the Republicans to try to take a
centrist position. Republicans keep insisting their ideas are better
but they never have any.
It doesn't matter what either party does; *you* are a "died in the
wool" liberal and *you* will bash the Republicans with the same gusto
they bash the Democrats. I suppose that there are positive aspects to
the radical edges of the spectrum; it does free you from the burden of
thinking.
I'm not at all extremist.
ROTFLMAO........
Shut up, adults are talking about things you don't understand.
Scout
2015-03-20 16:55:34 UTC
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Post by unknown
On Fri, 20 Mar 2015 12:37:00 -0400, "Scout"
Post by Scout
Post by unknown
Post by ¡Jones
Post by unknown
I think it's way, way too late for the Republicans to try to take a
centrist position. Republicans keep insisting their ideas are better
but they never have any.
It doesn't matter what either party does; *you* are a "died in the
wool" liberal and *you* will bash the Republicans with the same gusto
they bash the Democrats. I suppose that there are positive aspects to
the radical edges of the spectrum; it does free you from the burden of
thinking.
I'm not at all extremist.
ROTFLMAO........
Shut up, adults are talking about things you don't understand.
Keep telling yourself that Dudu until you understand it and decide to follow
your own advice.
Al Czervik
2015-03-21 04:29:03 UTC
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Post by unknown
On Fri, 20 Mar 2015 12:37:00 -0400, "Scout"
Post by Scout
Post by unknown
Post by ¡Jones
Post by unknown
I think it's way, way too late for the Republicans to try to take a
centrist position. Republicans keep insisting their ideas are better
but they never have any.
It doesn't matter what either party does; *you* are a "died in the
wool" liberal and *you* will bash the Republicans with the same gusto
they bash the Democrats. I suppose that there are positive aspects to
the radical edges of the spectrum; it does free you from the burden of
thinking.
I'm not at all extremist.
ROTFLMAO........
Shut up, adults are talking about things you don't understand.
Aren't you the precocious one.

Sorry, you still have to sit at the kids table.
Just Wondering
2015-03-21 07:23:12 UTC
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Post by Al Czervik
Post by unknown
On Fri, 20 Mar 2015 12:37:00 -0400, "Scout"
Post by Scout
Post by unknown
Post by ¡Jones
Post by unknown
I think it's way, way too late for the Republicans to try to take a
centrist position. Republicans keep insisting their ideas are better
but they never have any.
It doesn't matter what either party does; *you* are a "died in the
wool" liberal and *you* will bash the Republicans with the same gusto
they bash the Democrats. I suppose that there are positive aspects to
the radical edges of the spectrum; it does free you from the burden of
thinking.
I'm not at all extremist.
ROTFLMAO........
Shut up, adults are talking about things you don't understand.
Aren't you the precocious one.
You spelled "vacuous" wrong.
Post by Al Czervik
Sorry, you still have to sit at the kids table.
unknown
2015-03-19 23:07:08 UTC
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Post by MattB
Democrats Endorse Donald Trump In 2016 Presidential Race
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/03/18/donald-trump-2016-democrats_n_6894956.html
WASHINGTON -- Democrats are jumping with glee over news that Donald
Trump is officially exploring a run for president.
Democratic National Committee Press Secretary Holly Shulman issued a
three-word response Wednesday, after the real estate mogul announced
he was taking formal steps toward a 2016 bid, including the hiring of
key staff in the early primary states of Iowa, New Hampshire and South
Carolina.
"Everything is awesome," Shulman said in an email to reporters, in
reference to the hit song of the same name from the "The Lego Movie."
Shulman then noted Trump's history of controversial statements --
questioning President Barack Obama's birthplace, opposing immigration
reform and commenting on sexual assault in the military.
Trump is heading to New Hampshire this week, where he'll sit down with
a group of local veterans and business owners. A recent Wall Street
Journal/NBC News poll found that an overwhelming majority -- 74
percent -- of GOP primary voters said they can't see themselves
supporting Trump in the race for the White House.
Trump is a shoe-in. He already has that thing on his head as running
mate.
MattB
2015-03-19 23:39:42 UTC
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Post by unknown
Post by MattB
Democrats Endorse Donald Trump In 2016 Presidential Race
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/03/18/donald-trump-2016-democrats_n_6894956.html
WASHINGTON -- Democrats are jumping with glee over news that Donald
Trump is officially exploring a run for president.
Democratic National Committee Press Secretary Holly Shulman issued a
three-word response Wednesday, after the real estate mogul announced
he was taking formal steps toward a 2016 bid, including the hiring of
key staff in the early primary states of Iowa, New Hampshire and South
Carolina.
"Everything is awesome," Shulman said in an email to reporters, in
reference to the hit song of the same name from the "The Lego Movie."
Shulman then noted Trump's history of controversial statements --
questioning President Barack Obama's birthplace, opposing immigration
reform and commenting on sexual assault in the military.
Trump is heading to New Hampshire this week, where he'll sit down with
a group of local veterans and business owners. A recent Wall Street
Journal/NBC News poll found that an overwhelming majority -- 74
percent -- of GOP primary voters said they can't see themselves
supporting Trump in the race for the White House.
Trump is a shoe-in. He already has that thing on his head as running
mate.
Please that thing on his head is as scary as Obama's ears.
Scout
2015-03-20 06:34:26 UTC
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Post by unknown
Post by MattB
Democrats Endorse Donald Trump In 2016 Presidential Race
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/03/18/donald-trump-2016-democrats_n_6894956.html
WASHINGTON -- Democrats are jumping with glee over news that Donald
Trump is officially exploring a run for president.
Democratic National Committee Press Secretary Holly Shulman issued a
three-word response Wednesday, after the real estate mogul announced
he was taking formal steps toward a 2016 bid, including the hiring of
key staff in the early primary states of Iowa, New Hampshire and South
Carolina.
"Everything is awesome," Shulman said in an email to reporters, in
reference to the hit song of the same name from the "The Lego Movie."
Shulman then noted Trump's history of controversial statements --
questioning President Barack Obama's birthplace, opposing immigration
reform and commenting on sexual assault in the military.
Trump is heading to New Hampshire this week, where he'll sit down with
a group of local veterans and business owners. A recent Wall Street
Journal/NBC News poll found that an overwhelming majority -- 74
percent -- of GOP primary voters said they can't see themselves
supporting Trump in the race for the White House.
Trump is a shoe-in.
So Trump is a shoe-in....

Not that long ago you told us that you guaranteed that Hillary would
wing....

So where you lying then, or are you lying now?

I mean since you claim your predictions are always right.
unknown
2015-03-20 12:27:42 UTC
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On Fri, 20 Mar 2015 02:34:26 -0400, "Scout"
Post by Scout
Post by unknown
Post by MattB
Democrats Endorse Donald Trump In 2016 Presidential Race
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/03/18/donald-trump-2016-democrats_n_6894956.html
WASHINGTON -- Democrats are jumping with glee over news that Donald
Trump is officially exploring a run for president.
Democratic National Committee Press Secretary Holly Shulman issued a
three-word response Wednesday, after the real estate mogul announced
he was taking formal steps toward a 2016 bid, including the hiring of
key staff in the early primary states of Iowa, New Hampshire and South
Carolina.
"Everything is awesome," Shulman said in an email to reporters, in
reference to the hit song of the same name from the "The Lego Movie."
Shulman then noted Trump's history of controversial statements --
questioning President Barack Obama's birthplace, opposing immigration
reform and commenting on sexual assault in the military.
Trump is heading to New Hampshire this week, where he'll sit down with
a group of local veterans and business owners. A recent Wall Street
Journal/NBC News poll found that an overwhelming majority -- 74
percent -- of GOP primary voters said they can't see themselves
supporting Trump in the race for the White House.
Trump is a shoe-in.
So Trump is a shoe-in....
Not that long ago you told us that you guaranteed that Hillary would
wing....
So where you lying then, or are you lying now?
I mean since you claim your predictions are always right.
Um, for one thing it's a joke... and you being humor impaired.
And for the second thing, Trump would run as a Republican. And once
again you didn't get the joke.
Klaus Schadenfreude
2015-03-20 12:39:39 UTC
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Post by unknown
On Fri, 20 Mar 2015 02:34:26 -0400, "Scout"
Post by Scout
Post by unknown
Post by MattB
Democrats Endorse Donald Trump In 2016 Presidential Race
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/03/18/donald-trump-2016-democrats_n_6894956.html
WASHINGTON -- Democrats are jumping with glee over news that Donald
Trump is officially exploring a run for president.
Democratic National Committee Press Secretary Holly Shulman issued a
three-word response Wednesday, after the real estate mogul announced
he was taking formal steps toward a 2016 bid, including the hiring of
key staff in the early primary states of Iowa, New Hampshire and South
Carolina.
"Everything is awesome," Shulman said in an email to reporters, in
reference to the hit song of the same name from the "The Lego Movie."
Shulman then noted Trump's history of controversial statements --
questioning President Barack Obama's birthplace, opposing immigration
reform and commenting on sexual assault in the military.
Trump is heading to New Hampshire this week, where he'll sit down with
a group of local veterans and business owners. A recent Wall Street
Journal/NBC News poll found that an overwhelming majority -- 74
percent -- of GOP primary voters said they can't see themselves
supporting Trump in the race for the White House.
Trump is a shoe-in.
So Trump is a shoe-in....
Not that long ago you told us that you guaranteed that Hillary would
wing....
So where you lying then, or are you lying now?
I mean since you claim your predictions are always right.
Um, for one thing it's a joke... and you being humor impaired.
TRANSLATION: You caught Dudu lying again.
Scout
2015-03-20 16:35:54 UTC
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Post by unknown
On Fri, 20 Mar 2015 02:34:26 -0400, "Scout"
Post by Scout
Post by unknown
Post by MattB
Democrats Endorse Donald Trump In 2016 Presidential Race
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/03/18/donald-trump-2016-democrats_n_6894956.html
WASHINGTON -- Democrats are jumping with glee over news that Donald
Trump is officially exploring a run for president.
Democratic National Committee Press Secretary Holly Shulman issued a
three-word response Wednesday, after the real estate mogul announced
he was taking formal steps toward a 2016 bid, including the hiring of
key staff in the early primary states of Iowa, New Hampshire and South
Carolina.
"Everything is awesome," Shulman said in an email to reporters, in
reference to the hit song of the same name from the "The Lego Movie."
Shulman then noted Trump's history of controversial statements --
questioning President Barack Obama's birthplace, opposing immigration
reform and commenting on sexual assault in the military.
Trump is heading to New Hampshire this week, where he'll sit down with
a group of local veterans and business owners. A recent Wall Street
Journal/NBC News poll found that an overwhelming majority -- 74
percent -- of GOP primary voters said they can't see themselves
supporting Trump in the race for the White House.
Trump is a shoe-in.
So Trump is a shoe-in....
Not that long ago you told us that you guaranteed that Hillary would
wing....
So where you lying then, or are you lying now?
I mean since you claim your predictions are always right.
Um, for one thing it's a joke...
Ah, Dudu Defense tactic #1, when caught in a lie, claim you're joking.
unknown
2015-03-20 16:41:59 UTC
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On Fri, 20 Mar 2015 12:35:54 -0400, "Scout"
Post by Scout
Post by unknown
On Fri, 20 Mar 2015 02:34:26 -0400, "Scout"
Post by Scout
Post by unknown
Post by MattB
Democrats Endorse Donald Trump In 2016 Presidential Race
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/03/18/donald-trump-2016-democrats_n_6894956.html
WASHINGTON -- Democrats are jumping with glee over news that Donald
Trump is officially exploring a run for president.
Democratic National Committee Press Secretary Holly Shulman issued a
three-word response Wednesday, after the real estate mogul announced
he was taking formal steps toward a 2016 bid, including the hiring of
key staff in the early primary states of Iowa, New Hampshire and South
Carolina.
"Everything is awesome," Shulman said in an email to reporters, in
reference to the hit song of the same name from the "The Lego Movie."
Shulman then noted Trump's history of controversial statements --
questioning President Barack Obama's birthplace, opposing immigration
reform and commenting on sexual assault in the military.
Trump is heading to New Hampshire this week, where he'll sit down with
a group of local veterans and business owners. A recent Wall Street
Journal/NBC News poll found that an overwhelming majority -- 74
percent -- of GOP primary voters said they can't see themselves
supporting Trump in the race for the White House.
Trump is a shoe-in.
So Trump is a shoe-in....
Not that long ago you told us that you guaranteed that Hillary would
wing....
So where you lying then, or are you lying now?
I mean since you claim your predictions are always right.
Um, for one thing it's a joke...
Ah, Dudu Defense tactic #1, when caught in a lie, claim you're joking.
You really thought the Democrats endorsed Donald Trump...

incredible. Once again, it's satire and you didn't get any of it.

god you're stupid
Scout
2015-03-20 16:56:42 UTC
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Post by unknown
On Fri, 20 Mar 2015 12:35:54 -0400, "Scout"
Post by Scout
Post by unknown
On Fri, 20 Mar 2015 02:34:26 -0400, "Scout"
Post by Scout
Post by unknown
Post by MattB
Democrats Endorse Donald Trump In 2016 Presidential Race
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/03/18/donald-trump-2016-democrats_n_6894956.html
WASHINGTON -- Democrats are jumping with glee over news that Donald
Trump is officially exploring a run for president.
Democratic National Committee Press Secretary Holly Shulman issued a
three-word response Wednesday, after the real estate mogul announced
he was taking formal steps toward a 2016 bid, including the hiring of
key staff in the early primary states of Iowa, New Hampshire and South
Carolina.
"Everything is awesome," Shulman said in an email to reporters, in
reference to the hit song of the same name from the "The Lego Movie."
Shulman then noted Trump's history of controversial statements --
questioning President Barack Obama's birthplace, opposing immigration
reform and commenting on sexual assault in the military.
Trump is heading to New Hampshire this week, where he'll sit down with
a group of local veterans and business owners. A recent Wall Street
Journal/NBC News poll found that an overwhelming majority -- 74
percent -- of GOP primary voters said they can't see themselves
supporting Trump in the race for the White House.
Trump is a shoe-in.
So Trump is a shoe-in....
Not that long ago you told us that you guaranteed that Hillary would
wing....
So where you lying then, or are you lying now?
I mean since you claim your predictions are always right.
Um, for one thing it's a joke...
Ah, Dudu Defense tactic #1, when caught in a lie, claim you're joking.
You really thought the Democrats endorsed Donald Trump...
Dudu Defense Tactic #2, when #1 fails, set up a strawman and attempt to
divert attention.
¡Jones
2015-03-20 16:38:25 UTC
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On Fri, 20 Mar 2015 02:34:26 -0400, in talk.politics.guns "Scout"
Post by Scout
So Trump is a shoe-in....
He didn't say a "shoe-in" to what!

I wonder what the origin of that term is. Most dictionaries say it's
"shoo-in"; however, it's not universally accepted... but, then... what
is?

"This expression purportedly comes from the practice of corrupt
jockeys holding their horses back and shooing a preselected winner
across the finish line to ..."

Others claim it means to place one's "shoe in" the door. If anybody
sees Klaus, ask him, please; he knows lots of shit!

Whatever it is, Trump must be one of 'em because I saw it on the
internet!

Jones
unknown
2015-03-20 16:53:04 UTC
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Post by ¡Jones
On Fri, 20 Mar 2015 02:34:26 -0400, in talk.politics.guns "Scout"
Post by Scout
So Trump is a shoe-in....
He didn't say a "shoe-in" to what!
I wonder what the origin of that term is. Most dictionaries say it's
"shoo-in"; however, it's not universally accepted... but, then... what
is?
"This expression purportedly comes from the practice of corrupt
jockeys holding their horses back and shooing a preselected winner
across the finish line to ..."
Others claim it means to place one's "shoe in" the door. If anybody
sees Klaus, ask him, please; he knows lots of shit!
Hahahahahahahahaa. Good one. You're hilarious.
Post by ¡Jones
Whatever it is, Trump must be one of 'em because I saw it on the
internet!
Trump is just part of the sideshow. Just part of the entertainment.
He's a bit of a distraction from the clown car that keeps circling the
bigtop.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sideshow
Post by ¡Jones
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