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Posted: 4/12/2012 10:25:58 AM
republicans do everything they can to position themselves as the women-hating party so that no self respecting woman, or anyone who's had a female mother, wife or kid or other close friend or relative so that he has any respect for women, would ever associate with the republican party,

however, the democrats never let the republicans go down a self destructive road by themselves.  it's amazing how ignorant these two groups are.
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Posted: 4/12/2012 11:00:39 AM

I saw that. I've always said "show me a dumb thing done by a Republican/Democrat and I'll show you something dumber by a Democrat/Republican.

They are so interchangeable.

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Posted: 4/12/2012 11:01:33 AM
I'd be happier if the USA was a left wing country and people needed to pander to the left to get elected instead of the right...

You know, if you got noticed as a candidate for promising pensions and affordable healthcare and education etc. instead of free access to guns and limited access to healthcare services etc.

If Democrats want to attract Republican votes, they have to devolve into a women hating close minded neanderthals. Nobody wins in that sense.

Race to the bottom, race to the right... same thing. 
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Posted: 4/12/2012 11:09:28 AM
i agree with both.  they are largely interchangeable, not in a specific sense, but in the big picture.  but like disco said, i would side with the democrats if i had to because i can stomach their flaws much more than the republican craziness. 

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Posted: 4/12/2012 11:30:14 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by DiscoD69:

I'd be happier if the USA was a left wing country and people needed to pander to the left to get elected instead of the right...

You know, if you got noticed as a candidate for promising pensions and affordable healthcare and education etc. instead of free access to guns and limited access to healthcare services etc.

If Democrats want to attract Republican votes, they have to devolve into a women hating close minded neanderthals. Nobody wins in that sense.

Race to the bottom, race to the right... same thing. 

You mentioned affordable health care...Should pensions be affordable or not?

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Posted: 4/12/2012 11:39:55 AM
I could not disagree with Hilary Rosen any more strongly. Her comments were wrong and family should be off limits. She should apologize.
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tell her Jim

That fat behind leftist is probably just mad because she couldn't control her eating enough to land a decent enough guy to earn the familys keep and allow for his wife to be a full time homemaker and raise their children. so sad

"even though, we ain't got Rmoney, i can't stand banging you honey,,,,,in the morning when i rise, i put a brown paper bag over your behind,,,,
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Posted: 4/12/2012 11:43:26 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by ClubDirt:

republicans do everything they can to position themselves as the women-hating party so that no self respecting woman, or anyone who's had a female mother, wife or kid or other close friend or relative so that he has any respect for women, would ever associate with the republican party,

however, the democrats never let the republicans go down a self destructive road by themselves.  it's amazing how ignorant these two groups are.


Yeah, the fem nazis that demand women go and enter the workplace and dirty bomb the nuclear family, speak best for women. I have a mom and three sisters, and for the life of me i cannot see how they ought to be voting for democrats instead of republicans? care to explain?

my mom, the homemaker, is the hardest working woman you will ever meet in your life, she would run circles around that hog. What does she do that is such hard, important, work? Drop her kids off at daycare and then blog political commentary


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QUOTE Originally Posted by be easy:



Yeah, the fem nazis that demand women go and enter the workplace and dirty bomb the nuclear family, speak best for women. I have a mom and three sisters, and for the life of me i cannot see how they ought to be voting for democrats instead of republicans? care to explain?

my mom, the homemaker, is the hardest working woman you will ever meet in your life, she would run circles around that hog. What does she do that is such hard, important, work? Drop her kids off at daycare and then blog political commentary




not saying she should vote democrat by any means,
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Posted: 4/12/2012 11:56:09 AM
republicans do everything they can to position themselves as the women-hating party so that no self respecting woman, or anyone who's had a female mother, wife or kid or other close friend or relative so that he has any respect for women, would ever associate with the republican party,

i would side with the democrats if i had to

sorry, i guess i only heard what i wanted to


I don't know how any self respecting american male could vote for a democrat, but i guess you go with whatever benefits your own self preservation
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Posted: 4/12/2012 12:02:47 PM

In 2008, Rosen derided Republican attacks against Michelle Obama as an example as "stupid strategy."

"You know essentially, you've taken on sort of the most sympathetic person in the candidate's realm, the wife, who is taking care of the children, supporting the husband, doing everything she can because she loves him," Rosen said on Anderson Cooper 360 according to a CNN transcript from May 19, 2008.

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Posted: 4/12/2012 12:08:05 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by be easy:

republicans do everything they can to position themselves as the women-hating party so that no self respecting woman, or anyone who's had a female mother, wife or kid or other close friend or relative so that he has any respect for women, would ever associate with the republican party,

i would side with the democrats if i had to

sorry, i guess i only heard what i wanted to


I don't know how any self respecting american male could vote for a democrat, but i guess you go with whatever benefits your own self preservation


i can't argue with you.  i was sold on the ron paul idea as the best option.  outside of that, i'm not too excited about voting.  our local options aren't any better.
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Posted: 4/12/2012 2:21:55 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by ClubDirt:



i can't argue with you.  i was sold on the ron paul idea as the best option.  outside of that, i'm not too excited about voting.  our local options aren't any better.

Feel free to point out to him that he is about to vote Obama (Democrat) as he believes it will be in his own 'financial best-interests' (self preservation) 



So........ Yea, ask him what that's about 
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Posted: 4/12/2012 2:33:01 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by ClubDirt:



i can't argue with you.  i was sold on the ron paul idea as the best option.  outside of that, i'm not too excited about voting.  our local options aren't any better.

Club - regardless of what's thrown in your direction, you always remain a total class act. I swear you and cashin must be the most polite people on either side of the political spectrum I have ever come across. Much respect to both of you.

Cheers my friend 

Hope you have a pleasant day 
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Posted: 4/12/2012 3:05:54 PM
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Originally Posted by be easy:




I don't know how any self respecting american male could vote down the line for either party.


Fixed it for you.

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Posted: 4/12/2012 4:18:44 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by DiscoD69:


Club - regardless of what's thrown in your direction, you always remain a total class act. I swear you and cashin must be the most polite people on either side of the political spectrum I have ever come across. Much respect to both of you.

Cheers my friend 

Hope you have a pleasant day 


disco 

i try to make an effort not to be insulting or to do it in lighthearted way.  i post some things some people really don't like so i don't want to compound it by being an fool, intentionally.   
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Posted: 4/12/2012 4:26:28 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by DiscoD69:

I'd be happier if the USA was a left wing country and people needed to pander to the left to get elected instead of the right...

You know, if you got noticed as a candidate for promising pensions and affordable healthcare and education etc. instead of free access to guns and limited access to healthcare services etc.

If Democrats want to attract Republican votes, they have to devolve into a women hating close minded neanderthals. Nobody wins in that sense.

Race to the bottom, race to the right... same thing. 

“I'd be happier if the USA was a left wing country and people needed to pander to the left to get elected instead of the right...”

 

You must be one happy guy.

 

“You know, if you got noticed as a candidate for promising pensions and affordable healthcare and education etc. instead of free access to guns and limited access to healthcare services etc.”

 

Sounds good to me! I would just promise free everything!

 

Nice buzzword “affordable”. As if government can just step in with a magic wand and impose prices and policies to realize this. (With no adverse economic side effects!) Who knew!

 

While we’re at it, lets make housing affordable!

 

Free access to guns! Right.

 

Los Banditos say “Gracias”

 

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Posted: 4/19/2012 6:27:23 AM

Disco -

What the hell is "free access to guns"?

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Posted: 4/19/2012 6:53:33 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by atlheatholder:

Disco -

What the hell is "free access to guns"?

 thats the liberal brainwashing

just remember guns arent cool

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Posted: 4/19/2012 6:54:23 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by 14daroad:

In 2008, Rosen derided Republican attacks against Michelle Obama as an example as "stupid strategy."

"You know essentially, you've taken on sort of the most sympathetic person in the candidate's realm, the wife, who is taking care of the children, supporting the husband, doing everything she can because she loves him," Rosen said on Anderson Cooper 360 according to a CNN transcript from May 19, 2008.

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Posted: 4/19/2012 9:48:49 AM
Leon Panetta hs just jumped into his nice jet to fly home for a long weekend at tax payer expense. Just a current example of the duplicitous Left. I never heard of Gates or Rumsfeld flying  home at tax payer expense. For whatever reason leaders on the Left think the taxpayers money belongs to them. See GSA. See Sylindra. To many examples to mention.
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Posted: 4/19/2012 10:20:45 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by glenndef62:

“I'd be happier if the USA was a left wing country and people needed to pander to the left to get elected instead of the right...”

 

You must be one happy guy.

 

“You know, if you got noticed as a candidate for promising pensions and affordable healthcare and education etc. instead of free access to guns and limited access to healthcare services etc.”

 

Sounds good to me! I would just promise free everything!

 

Nice buzzword “affordable”. As if government can just step in with a magic wand and impose prices and policies to realize this. (With no adverse economic side effects!) Who knew!

 

While we’re at it, lets make housing affordable!

 

Free access to guns! Right.

 

Los Banditos say “Gracias”

 


Good call Glenn.
We'll add that to the list.
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Posted: 4/19/2012 10:59:17 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by ClubDirt:

i agree with both.  they are largely interchangeable, not in a specific sense, but in the big picture.  but like disco said, i would side with the democrats if i had to because i can stomach their flaws much more than the republican craziness. 

Yup, right now, it’s misguided vs. crazy. I would rather vote for a person that’s misguided than a crazy person.

The Republican party - the party that boos intelligence and applauds stupidity. Republicans had the perfect candidate to defeat Obama and that was Ron Paul and they fucked it up because they have garbage for brains. Every time Ron Paul said something bright and intelligent Republicans booed him.
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Posted: 4/19/2012 11:39:38 AM
money, the religious crazy element has always been the difference for me.

i love these gsa congressional hearings.  a bunch of people who routinely waste millions, or more, grilling a few people who wasted hundreds of thousands.  i guess it's worse when the money is wasted in vegas?  heathens. 
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Posted: 4/19/2012 11:40:20 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by atlheatholder:

Disco -

What the hell is "free access to guns"?


Ease of access.

Less regulations, paper work, criteria etc. 

The goal of getting guns into people's hands as easily as possible. With as little limitations as possible.

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Posted: 4/23/2012 8:06:29 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by djbrow:

Fixed it for you.



like i say... low self respect/esteem fuels so much of what happens here
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