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Why do you still support Bush?

 
 
snood
 
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Reply Fri 4 Aug, 2006 04:54 am
Yah, they pride themselves on acidic content with civil delivery. The same kind of folks who would rather talk about you than with you. Hilarious they think not being thrown off of A2K is a badge of honor. So you can talk shyt with your pinky finger daintily extended. congrats.
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edgarblythe
 
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Reply Fri 4 Aug, 2006 05:01 am
The conservatives are no more civil than the lefties, just couch their slurs in less flamboyant terminology.
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blatham
 
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Reply Fri 4 Aug, 2006 05:29 am
It's interesting to think about this in terms of our personal relationships...the friends that have lasted many years and others of a temporary and less worthwhile variety.

What's important in those things? Does it matter if a friend swears at you occasionally, or if he never does but also really does not care much about being truthful or careful with facts?

Do you want a next-door neighbor who, whenever he speaks across the fence, always dresses properly and abides by some odd and arbitrary set of conversation protocols or one who farts and tells you the smartest, wittiest jokes you've ever heard?
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Joe Nation
 
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Reply Fri 4 Aug, 2006 07:16 am
I like people with a conscience and a consciousness that other people in the world exist.

Conservatives, at least this present incarnation of weirdly pseudo Christian fakies and flakes with an authoritarian bent, can't make the cut.
Fully focused on their odd little ways of looking at the world, they haven't a clue about the effects their madness is having. It's the power of negative thinking, or perhaps, bizarroworld thinking. We invade Iraq and set it afire to bring peace. We bankrupt the US Treasury through war and tax cuts to make the economy strong. We subvert the piece of paper called the Constitution by condoning, no, encouraging torture and call ourselves the Peacemakers. What kind of moralists are these?? It's mirror thinking. It's pretending the opposite is not the opposite.

A few weeks ago while running for one of the school board positions in Kansas one conservative candidate said that evolution was "a nice bedtime story." I had to read that several times to make sure I was reading it right. Oh boy, I thought, that's about as bizarro as a person can get without actually being IN a Superman comic.

Joe(beer at the Pan on me at five, then I'm going to run the river)Nation
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cicerone imposter
 
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Reply Fri 4 Aug, 2006 10:37 am
Joe(you got it right)Nation has summarized the conservative's destruction of America and the world in his last two posts. It's unfortunate that righties continue to support a sociopath in the white house with so many conflicting rhetoric and action, a ten year old child would know the difference.

Conservatives continue to make the claim that Bush does not lie, when there are so many evidence to show they are wrong. Their calcified brains refuses to see the obvious.

The past six years in republican hands have destroyed everything we were proud as Americans. The democracy in a can goal of Bushco has transpired into a middle east crisis of unimaginable proportions just a few years ago. Incompetence does that.

At home, New OrLeans is still a basket case even after Bush made his famous speech from Jackson Square one evening when he said this will be America's biggest reconstruction project in our country. It only resulted in fraud and wasted funds.
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mysteryman
 
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Reply Sun 6 Aug, 2006 07:37 am
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At home, New OrLeans is still a basket case even after Bush made his famous speech from Jackson Square one evening when he said this will be America's biggest reconstruction project in our country. It only resulted in fraud and wasted funds.


Thats right,it did.

But,you seem to ignore the fact that the STATE AND LOCAL GOVTS are the ones controlling who gets the money and how much.

Any fraud and wasted funds can be laid at their feet,they control the purse strings.
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Foxfyre
 
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Reply Sun 6 Aug, 2006 01:05 pm
mysteryman wrote:
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At home, New OrLeans is still a basket case even after Bush made his famous speech from Jackson Square one evening when he said this will be America's biggest reconstruction project in our country. It only resulted in fraud and wasted funds.


Thats right,it did.

But,you seem to ignore the fact that the STATE AND LOCAL GOVTS are the ones controlling who gets the money and how much.

Any fraud and wasted funds can be laid at their feet,they control the purse strings.


Any time the government starts passing out money or any other kinds of benefits, you can count on the 'needy' coming out of the woodwork to get it.

I think it is high time for the government to start telling the people to insure their property and belongings and don't put them in harm's way any more than necessary. When you're warned of an impending danger and told to stock up on food and water, do that. If you're told to evacuate, go. Don't expect the federal government to support you if you fail to protect and provide for yourself. What state governments choose to do is their own business. FEMA should be called in only if the state emergency services are incapacitated or overwhelmed by a MAJOR disaster and FEMA should never be expected to be the early response team for anything.

Federal Government policy should be to help out with shoring up defenses and help restore vital infrastructure in MAJOR disasters but not every time it hails in Texas or there is a heavy snow in North Dakota or a river overflows its banks somehwere.

If enough of us stand up on our hind legs and say enough is enough, we can demand a reform of the whole system in which people are expected to do what they can for their own protection and safety. If we don't do that, there is likely to be a cruel backlash from the taxpayers or we will be disastered to death and driven further into national insolvency.
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BernardR
 
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Reply Mon 7 Aug, 2006 01:20 am
Mr. Blatham wrote:

Do you want a next-door neighbor who, whenever he speaks across the fence, always dresses properly and abides by some odd and arbitrary set of conversation protocols or one who farts and tells you the smartest, wittiest jokes you've ever heard?
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I would rather have one who "farts and tells you the smartest, wittiest jokes you've ever heard". I am sure that Mr. Blatham considers himself to fall into that class. But I am very much afraid that he does not know that although most people would pick the "farter" they would not pick the Mountie whose flatulence is so odorific that one literally cannot breathe.

Studies show that there is direct correlation between highly odoriferous flatulence and a confused mind!!!
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CerealKiller
 
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Reply Mon 7 Aug, 2006 04:02 am
BernardR wrote:

Studies show that there is direct correlation between highly odoriferous flatulence and a confused mind!!!


ROFL Very Happy
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RexRed
 
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Reply Thu 10 Aug, 2006 08:42 pm
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BernardR
 
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Reply Thu 10 Aug, 2006 10:59 pm
And, of course, Mr. Imposter, Joe Notion and the Mountie are so deluded that they will deny that the Islamo-fascist-murderers who tried to kill a couple of thousand people and were thwarted by good policework and the USE OF PHONE TAPS ON ISLAMIST KILLERS, are the enemy.

No, they will say, President Bush is the enemy.

The problem is that the bulk of the American people will not believe that nonsense and that they know that the Bush Administration has kept them safe AGAIN even though the left wing does everything that it can to take the tools necessary( The Patriot Act is one) from the Administration.

Check the rise in Job Approval for Bush in a few days!!!!!!!
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Dookiestix
 
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Reply Fri 11 Aug, 2006 10:09 am
BernardR wrote:
And, of course, Mr. Imposter, Joe Notion and the Mountie are so deluded that they will deny that the Islamo-fascist-murderers who tried to kill a couple of thousand people and were thwarted by good policework and the USE OF PHONE TAPS ON ISLAMIST KILLERS, are the enemy.

No, they will say, President Bush is the enemy.

The problem is that the bulk of the American people will not believe that nonsense and that they know that the Bush Administration has kept them safe AGAIN even though the left wing does everything that it can to take the tools necessary( The Patriot Act is one) from the Administration.

Check the rise in Job Approval for Bush in a few days!!!!!!!

Ahh, the politiking of terror.

Didn't Bush say that the reason we're in Iraq is to fight them there so they don't come here? Now we have a blatant boast regarding Bush's job approval ratings going up, which were in the toilet when this happened at such a convenient point in time.

Now the term "Islamo-fascist" is starting to further alienate Muslims in this country. WTF is wrong with you people who insist on usting these labels that only enflame and further divide this country?
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McGentrix
 
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Reply Fri 11 Aug, 2006 10:51 am
Dookiestix wrote:
*squak* the politiking of terror, the politiking of terror *squak*
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Ticomaya
 
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Reply Fri 11 Aug, 2006 11:10 am
Dookiestix wrote:
BernardR wrote:
And, of course, Mr. Imposter, Joe Notion and the Mountie are so deluded that they will deny that the Islamo-fascist-murderers who tried to kill a couple of thousand people and were thwarted by good policework and the USE OF PHONE TAPS ON ISLAMIST KILLERS, are the enemy.

No, they will say, President Bush is the enemy.

The problem is that the bulk of the American people will not believe that nonsense and that they know that the Bush Administration has kept them safe AGAIN even though the left wing does everything that it can to take the tools necessary( The Patriot Act is one) from the Administration.

Check the rise in Job Approval for Bush in a few days!!!!!!!

Ahh, the politiking of terror.


Harry Reid: "This latest plot demonstrates the need for the Bush administration and the Congress to change course in Iraq and ensure that we are taking all the steps necessary to protect Americans at home and across the world." Yes, the "politiking of terror." The Democrats can't help themselves but politicize this and take swipes at Bush.

Meanwhile, we have Islamic groups in this country concerned about the term "Islamo-fascist." I understand their concern, just as I understand the Anti-Defamation League's concern when Jews are cast in a negative light. But one thing I haven't noticed is the Islamic groups coming out and condemning the foiled terrorism plot.

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Now the term "Islamo-fascist" is starting to further alienate Muslims in this country. WTF is wrong with you people who insist on usting these labels that only enflame and further divide this country?


The fact is the suspects are young, male Muslims. It is what it is, and it does us absolutely no good to ignore that fact. The Islamic community would be well-served to improve its image by doing what it could to eliminate Islamic terrorism, not lamenting an accurate label placed upon their terrorist brethren.
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BernardR
 
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Reply Sat 12 Aug, 2006 01:43 am
Ticomaya wrote:

The fact is the suspects are young, male Muslims. It is what it is, and it does us absolutely no good to ignore that fact. The Islamic community would be well-served to improve its image by doing what it could to eliminate Islamic terrorism, not lamenting an accurate label placed upon their terrorist brethren.

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There was no argument with Simon Weisenthal. He called a murderer a murderer---



When Simon Wiesenthal was rescued from the Nazi captivity during WWII, he weighed only 45 kilos

Simon Wiesenthal, the man who spent 60 years of his life searching for Nazi criminals and founded the center to capture them and bring them to trial, died in Vienna yesterday at age 96. Over 1,100 Nazi murderers, who managed to survive in WWII, were judged and put into prison owing to Simon Wiesenthal's activities. Mr. Wiesenthal was condemning all displays of Nazism in the up-to-date society until his dying day.


Call them what they are!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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