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Posted: 5/1/2012 5:27:59 PM
Romney Ad - Obama Supports Dog Socialism

The crusaders for dominionism are really pissed off at this I bet 




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Posted: 5/1/2012 5:59:39 PM
I wish that the dog roof thing would come up in an Obama v. Romney debate, so Romney can retort with,  "well at least I didn't eat my dog".  
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Posted: 5/1/2012 6:06:47 PM
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Originally Posted by rick3117:

I wish that the dog roof thing would come up in an Obama v. Romney debate, so Romney can retort with,  "well at least I didn't eat my dog".  

Its so cute how you try to hide your any Republican over Obama views behind the facade of libertarianism.

So cute.

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Posted: 5/1/2012 6:20:25 PM

Libertarianism is not a bad philosophy, IMO.

 

John Stuart Mill (an intellectual!!) par excellence espoused this fervidly.

 

 I don’t think this poster tries to hide anything.

 

Money, You’re a fascinating poster.

 

I’ll ask you, respectfully, to expound on your original phrase of “crusaders for dominionism” one of these days.

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Posted: 5/1/2012 6:20:47 PM
I'm voting for Ron Paul. 

I am not a libertarian.  

If you are implying that I,  in any shape or form am somehow a covert Romney fan, you would be dead wrong. 
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Posted: 5/1/2012 6:37:49 PM
Dammit Rick, I thought you were one of the almost good republicans. Libertarians are America’s last hope. 

Rick, Independents would see that, as low blow because attacking a man for what he did, as a child under the guidance of his father, in a different culture is something a racist bully would do. That might make Romney's racist bigoted theocratic crusaders for dominionism base happy but not independents. I guess Obama gets my support by default because Romney is a bigoted cultist crusader megalomaniac for dominionism.

Ron Paul gets my support by default also. He's the least crazy of the crazies on the right and has the best ideas.

Glenndef62, It’s Muslim Jihadists in Suits/Thawb’s vs. Republican Crusaders in Suits using US troops as toy soldiers. Crusaders for global dominionism means, the exact same thing as Jihadists for global Jihad. It’s the modern day crusades.
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Glenndef62, It’s Muslim Jihadists in Suits/Thawb’s vs. Republican Crusaders in Suits using US troops as toy soldiers. Crusaders for global dominionism means, the exact same thing as Jihadists for global Jihad. It’s the modern day crusades.

 

Interesting stuff, Money….

 

The Crusades being waged a thousand years later using different weapons. Fasciniating !!  

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Posted: 5/1/2012 7:46:24 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by MoneySRH:

Dammit Rick, I thought you were one of the almost good republicans. Libertarians are America’s last hope. 

Rick, Independents would see that, as low blow because attacking a man for what he did, as a child under the guidance of his father, in a different culture is something a racist bully would do. That might make Romney's racist bigoted theocratic crusaders for dominionism base happy but not independents. I guess Obama gets my support by default because Romney is a bigoted cultist crusader megalomaniac for dominionism.

Ron Paul gets my support by default also. He's the least crazy of the crazies on the right and has the best ideas.

Glenndef62, It’s Muslim Jihadists in Suits/Thawb’s vs. Republican Crusaders in Suits using US troops as toy soldiers. Crusaders for global dominionism means, the exact same thing as Jihadists for global Jihad. It’s the modern day crusades.

Which Father?  

I am an independent, and I think it is fucked up to eat dogs.  

I liked how you interjected race into the dog debate. 

Stay classy. 


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Posted: 5/1/2012 9:17:54 PM
Rick, Interesting that you call yourself an independent now. Ancient Rome ate dog meat and so did the Native Americans. In the early 20th century America, dog meat was consumed in sausage and during times of food shortage. The reason I said racist was if you have a problem with Obama eating dog meat as a child, in a different culture, means you’re a multicultural racist bigot. Obama ate dog meat with his stepfather Lolo Soetoro in Indonesia as a child. I think it's gross but Ive eaten animals that others would find taboo.

Glenndef62, what's even more fascinating is that it's true. 



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Posted: 5/1/2012 10:05:47 PM
Huge Racist. 
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Posted: 5/1/2012 10:10:24 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by rick3117:

Huge Racist. 
HA! What race do I hate?

I expect crickets
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Posted: 5/2/2012 12:12:43 AM
I was sarcastically saying that I was a huge racist.


----crickets. 
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Posted: 5/2/2012 1:40:32 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by rick3117:

I'm voting for Ron Paul. 

I am not a libertarian.  

If you are implying that I,  in any shape or form am somehow a covert Romney fan, you would be dead wrong. 


Im voting for Ron Paul also

He is the most conservative candidate... Why would any real conservative not for Paul?  perhaps because they talk conservative but some how vote for possibly the least conservative candidate (Paul, Santorum, Gingrich, all more conservative)...

I almost wonder if these conservative fraud blowhards are going out of their way to make themselves look like fools


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Posted: 5/2/2012 1:43:31 AM
Romney... woof... woof... woof, woof!

I think romney is playing his cards correctly as a politician...  This is the best hes got and his base will follow him on this...

Probably a good idea that romney stay away from talking about what he would do as president...
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Posted: 5/2/2012 1:32:30 PM
Rick, why is it you conservatives are so obsessed with what Obama ate as a child in Indonesia? Everything the republicans are saying about what Obama did as a child in Indonesia sound racially and culturally insensitive. ? It sounds like what American children in kindergarten would do to a foreign child.

Dl36, I’m fine with fiscal conservatism but I’m disgusted with social conservatism. The reason they are not voting for Paul is it has to do with the fact that Ron Paul isn’t a crusader for global colonialism and global dominionism.

That who let the dogs out Romney moment looked so awkward and uncomfortable for him. Reading the comments I saw someone say that Romney was caught jacking off on a hotel balcony.

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Posted: 5/2/2012 6:15:05 PM
Dl36, I’m fine with fiscal conservatism but I’m disgusted with social conservatism. The reason they are not voting for Paul is it has to do with the fact that Ron Paul isn’t a crusader for global colonialism and global dominionism.


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Posted: 5/3/2012 2:27:39 AM
So what I am hearing is that GOPs are crusaders for global colonialism and global dominionism regardless of the costs...  I mean 21st century history has shown us that this sentiment is used to create a climate of reckless blank check spending...

and in Newts case it goes beyond just global but lunar colonialism and global dominionism...
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Posted: 5/3/2012 2:40:46 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by dl36:

So what I am hearing is that GOPs are crusaders for global colonialism and global dominionism regardless of the costs...  I mean 21st century history has shown us that this sentiment is used to create a climate of reckless blank check spending...

and in Newts case it goes beyond just global but lunar colonialism and global dominionism...
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Posted: 5/4/2012 3:46:25 AM
and after their reckless driving at the steering wheel and crashing the car (economy, national spirit etc)...

Now they want the keys to the car back?

GOP/DEM will spend us to death... 

We need Paul now

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Posted: 5/4/2012 9:31:00 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by MoneySRH:

Rick, why is it you conservatives are so obsessed with what Obama ate as a child in Indonesia? Everything the republicans are saying about what Obama did as a child in Indonesia sound racially and culturally insensitive. ? It sounds like what American children in kindergarten would do to a foreign child.


Dl36, I’m fine with fiscal conservatism but I’m disgusted with social conservatism. The reason they are not voting for Paul is it has to do with the fact that Ron Paul isn’t a crusader for global colonialism and global dominionism.

That who let the dogs out Romney moment looked so awkward and uncomfortable for him. Reading the comments I saw someone say that Romney was caught jacking off on a hotel balcony.

How about a little sociology 101 to help you out.
Every culture has norms and taboos. Norms are what a culture accepts as normal actions, and a taboo is what a culture finds reprehensible, or controversial

In our country eating dogs is a taboo.  The domesticated dog is a part of the family, and it is a norm to dress them up and treat them as such.  Eating a dog, (especially with our culture's close ties to them) is a serious taboo.  

When locked in an election battle.  It is common for things like this to become issues.  Infidelities, drug use, affiliations with criminals or terrorists, all of these things are taboos.  

It is necessary to create a wedge between an opponent and the masses.  Exploitation of taboos can do this. 

You try to wrap everything in such PC bullshit. 

It is racially and culturally insensitive to think that eating dogs is taboo?  

What about Female Genital Mutilation?  Am I culturally insensitive to think that is fucked up? 




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Posted: 5/4/2012 3:41:56 PM
rick great points...

had obama killed a dog himself and eaten dog meat in america in the american context then he should face it as bad as vick...

but since it was as a minor (and in america we view minors differently under law)... and it was not in america or an american context... so the interpretation must be different from a sociological perspective...

So context is huge... hindus probably think we are savages for enjoying a burger... but I would say that they need to look at where they are at... This is america not india...

But i am sure there are fools that dont understand context from and emic sociological perspective... they will prove themselves daily on this site by what they post
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Posted: 5/4/2012 4:26:19 PM
Law and sociology are two different birds.  

If you break a taboo (it does not matter the age) then you are socially stigmatized.  Not saying it is fair, it is how it is. 

Look at the survivors of the Donner party. Look at Palin's kid having a child as a minor out of wedlock. 

 
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Posted: 5/4/2012 4:57:15 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by dl36:

rick great points...

had obama killed a dog himself and eaten dog meat in america in the american context then he should face it as bad as vick...

but since it was as a minor (and in america we view minors differently under law)... and it was not in america or an american context... so the interpretation must be different from a sociological perspective...

So context is huge... hindus probably think we are savages for enjoying a burger... but I would say that they need to look at where they are at... This is america not india...

But i am sure there are fools that dont understand context from and emic sociological perspective... they will prove themselves daily on this site by what they post
Exactly my point. Obama was a 6 year old child in Indonesia.

That why it sounds racially and culturally insensitive and it sounds like what American bullies in kindergarten would do to a foreign child.
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Posted: 5/4/2012 5:39:04 PM
I think it is racially and culturally insensitive to type "Indonesia"  below the rest of your sentence.  

Good job Xenophobe.  
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Posted: 5/4/2012 6:23:48 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by rick3117:

I think it is racially and culturally insensitive to type "Indonesia"  below the rest of your sentence.  

Good job Xenophobe.  
I'm a xenophobe? I'm not the one who is appalled at what Obama did as a child in a different country.

What's funny is that I'm the only one that posts regularly on the side of multiculturalism. 

Another thing that's funny is that I believe we should be allowed to eat any animal. I want to legalize the consumption of all animals. I believe in free market farming of animals.
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