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1  Forum Community / Forum Community / Re: Happy Birthday ChairmanSanchez! on: Today at 09:32:27 pm
Happy Birthday, Chairman!

Happy birthday, Sanchez.

Happy birthday guy!

Happy Birthday Smiley

Happy birthday!

Happy Birthday! Smiley

Thanks guys! Smiley
2  General Politics / Individual Politics / Re: Political Compass: Question #8 on: Today at 09:18:45 pm
Disagree
3  Forum Community / Forum Community / Re: Post something that would annoy the preceding poster. on: Today at 09:16:20 pm
Sanders is a DINO who will derail President Clinton's victory.
4  General Politics / U.S. General Discussion / Re: Chelsea Clinton (now) open to running for office on: Today at 09:11:44 pm
Politics is the only job where people get mad if you want to follow in your parent's footsteps.

If she wants to run, let her run. Unless you live in NYC, you'll probably never even vote for her anyway.
She has a "right" to run. And I have a right to publically state that her mother, father, and all of their inner circle are horrible people who arenít worthy to lick the dogsh*t off of Charlie Mansonís shoe.


Oh, I wasn't aware you knew them... please continue.
Yeah, I know the Clintons quite well. But I'd like to know what your personal relationship with all the guys whom you declared Freedom Fighters and Horrible People in the last few years. How interesting was Abraham Lincoln to talk too? Was Robert Byrd a good fiddler?

What do you think of Dick Cheney for that matter?

I rarely engage in personal politics or refer to people who I don't know as good or bad people. Their policies and agendas? Absolutely.

... grow up.
I'm one of about three thousand posters who should grow up, so your just wasting your time lecturing one on why character suddenly doesn't matter in politics.

Perception isn't reality, but that doesn't mean I am wrong to suspect the Clintons of being horrible people. A good example of somebody who I thought was a scumbag and turned out to be one is John Edwards.

You were the one who made the melodramatic statement, so I'm responding to that.
I think this forum has much more pressing concerns to discuss than your thoughts on my admittedly melodramatic but true statement on the Clintons.
5  General Politics / U.S. General Discussion / Re: Chelsea Clinton (now) open to running for office on: Today at 08:59:36 pm
She'd do more good by running for a Senate seat in Arkansas in 2016 or 2020.
Or Governor, for that matter. Beebe has been extremely popular, so if Asa Hutchinson wins, she might have a shot in 2018.
6  General Politics / U.S. General Discussion / Re: Authorities say hate motivated Kansas shooting on: Today at 08:57:53 pm
He was a Paulite/Buchananite paleocon with a visceral hatred of anyone who was not a white Christian.

Quote
Millerówhose biography of hate has been compiled by the Southern Poverty Law Centeróis also featured in a political ad in the video, saying: "America belongs to the Jews who rule it and to the mud people who multiply in it. The undeniable proof is at DavidDuke.com."
Is it really necessary to mention Paulite/Buchananites/paleocons in that post? The guy who shot Gabby Giffords was a leftist, but that has nothing to do with his insanity. These types of post really don't create the climate of harmony needed to counter act such incidents as what happened in Kansas.



I think it's pretty obvious that his political leanings went hand-in-hand with his odious racial views. I'm not implying that all Ron Paul or Pat Buchanan supporters are hate criminals or murderers. But someone who shoots up a Jewish community center and talks about "mud people" is not going to be a modern Democrat or a pro-immigration reform Jeb Bush Republican.
Don't get me wrong, the Paleocon movement has its dark corners, and my own year long foray into white nationalism was influenced by those elements. But I felt it distasteful to label the shooter as such, and it is clear that his racial views influenced his political views more than his political views influenced his racial views.
thanks for reminding us
Might as well jump off the bridge before I am pushed off it. That being said, I feel my past experience is highly relevant in this debate. More so than usual; it is quite hard to truly grasp how ignorant, angry and hateful dumbasses like my former self really are.
7  General Politics / U.S. General Discussion / Re: Chelsea Clinton (now) open to running for office on: Today at 08:55:10 pm
Politics is the only job where people get mad if you want to follow in your parent's footsteps.

If she wants to run, let her run. Unless you live in NYC, you'll probably never even vote for her anyway.
She has a "right" to run. And I have a right to publically state that her mother, father, and all of their inner circle are horrible people who arenít worthy to lick the dogsh*t off of Charlie Mansonís shoe.


Oh, I wasn't aware you knew them... please continue.
Yeah, I know the Clintons quite well. But I'd like to know what your personal relationship with all the guys whom you declared Freedom Fighters and Horrible People in the last few years. How interesting was Abraham Lincoln to talk too? Was Robert Byrd a good fiddler?

What do you think of Dick Cheney for that matter?

I rarely engage in personal politics or refer to people who I don't know as good or bad people. Their policies and agendas? Absolutely.

... grow up.
I'm one of about three thousand posters who should grow up, so your just wasting your time lecturing one on why character suddenly doesn't matter in politics.

Perception isn't reality, but that doesn't mean I am wrong to suspect the Clintons of being horrible people. A good example of somebody who I thought was a scumbag and turned out to be one is John Edwards.
8  Forum Community / Forum Community / Re: Are you bicurious? on: Today at 08:51:05 pm
81.8% of the forum is lying guys.
9  Forum Community / Forum Community / Re: In what decade were your parents born? on: Today at 08:50:35 pm
A flawed poll, but mine were born in 1943 and 1949.
Don't take this the wrong way, but your parents are surprisingly old considering your only a year or two older than me.
10  Forum Community / Forum Community / Re: I just ordered a shirt with "BRTD" printed on it. on: Today at 08:48:43 pm
I better order my "Dirty Sanchez" shirt now. Gotta keep up with the Jones and what have you.
11  Forum Community / Forum Community / Re: Opinion of Aggregate Demand on: Today at 08:47:34 pm
His comments directed towards SocialistHoosier were rather nasty (though I feel the response to them by her was a bit much). I can't wait to AD and Hillfly or Mr. Pollo get into it. Its a damn shame that he was a week too late for JoshGreen.
12  General Politics / U.S. General Discussion / Re: Chelsea Clinton (now) open to running for office on: Today at 08:44:04 pm
Politics is the only job where people get mad if you want to follow in your parent's footsteps.

If she wants to run, let her run. Unless you live in NYC, you'll probably never even vote for her anyway.
She has a "right" to run. And I have a right to publically state that her mother, father, and all of their inner circle are horrible people who arenít worthy to lick the dogsh*t off of Charlie Mansonís shoe.


Oh, I wasn't aware you knew them... please continue.
Yeah, I know the Clintons quite well. But I'd like to know what your personal relationship with all the guys whom you declared Freedom Fighters and Horrible People in the last few years. How interesting was Abraham Lincoln to talk too? Was Robert Byrd a good fiddler?

What do you think of Dick Cheney for that matter?
13  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: Dynasty: 2016 and On! on: Today at 07:37:13 pm
KennedyCare? The Kennedy family's role in national politics is about as dead as JFK himself.
14  Questions and Answers / The Atlas / Re: AggregateDemand on: Today at 07:17:31 pm
Rightwing bias.
No. Your part of the vast majority here, including the mod cave.
15  General Politics / Political Debate / Re: Opinion of Cliven Bundy on: Today at 07:15:19 pm
An idiot who needs to fullfill his contract obligations.
16  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: 2004 Presidential Election: GAME THREAD on: Today at 07:12:57 pm
An Important Announcement from Patrick Buchanan.

"For the past three months, I have been blessed to take on the endeavor of a fourth Presidential campaign. As I have debated my rivals, it has occurred to me that it is time for the torch of conservatism to be passed down to a new generation. Therefore, after much prayer and deliberation, I have decided to end my campaign for the Republican nomination and endorse Senator George Allen of Virginia, who is without a doubt one of the best conservative fighters in the Senate. Too all of my supporters, especially my friends in the ďBuchanan BrigadesĒ, Iíd like to express my eternal gratitude for your hard work and devotion. Let us now unite behind Senator Allen, and help make him the next great conservative Republican President of the United States!Ē

(It's been fun, but my RL schedule is making this game hard to keep up with.)
17  Forum Community / Forum Community / Re: The Oldiesfreak Deluge of Absurdity, Ignorance, and Bad Posts IV on: Today at 04:31:21 pm
What is this fighting all about? Will someone tear these two apart, this is a forum not a circus!

Can't we all just have a cup of tea and be friends? Sad

Tea!? What country do you think this is? The Chairman bonds over Marlboro's and Yeungling's, thank you very much.
Don't you dare forget "It's Always Sunny!" I bond over that as well.
18  Forum Community / Forum Community / Re: The Oldiesfreak Deluge of Absurdity, Ignorance, and Bad Posts IV on: Today at 04:27:58 pm
What is this fighting all about? Will someone tear these two apart, this is a forum not a circus!

Can't we all just have a cup of tea and be friends? Sad
Your right, this is a serious thread where we have serious debate over serious subjects.....
19  General Politics / U.S. General Discussion / Re: Chelsea Clinton (now) open to running for office on: Today at 04:24:02 pm
The pro-dynasty talk here is just painful.
But the #HacksForHillary brigade love it, sadly.

There's something that makes me #happy when you #HashtagHacksforHillary. Maybe the #H sound?
Its a play on the army of Hillary hacks that exist of Twitter. Example: #Millenials for Hillary #90s Kid!

20  Forum Community / Forum Community / Re: The Oldiesfreak Deluge of Absurdity, Ignorance, and Bad Posts IV on: Today at 04:22:27 pm
Moderate heroism at its worst.

There is nothing broken about the Supreme Court except for the fact it occasionally reaches decisions that you disagree with, sometimes vehemently.  That is not an excuse to change the existing system. 
Thatís not moderate heroism, Tony, thatís democracy. I'm glad you support the right of big business and the military to overthrow the Obama presidency.

Learn to read.
I'd rather be illiterate than read the copious amounts of whiny drivel that you post daily.

Then it would be nice if you refrained from commenting posts you obviously don't understand.
Almost as nice as you refraining from rants about True Leftists and Moderate Heroism, pearl clutching, and wishing for the death of those who disagree with you. But I don't have high hopes.

21  Forum Community / Forum Community / Re: The Oldiesfreak Deluge of Absurdity, Ignorance, and Bad Posts IV on: Today at 03:59:38 pm
Moderate heroism at its worst.

There is nothing broken about the Supreme Court except for the fact it occasionally reaches decisions that you disagree with, sometimes vehemently.  That is not an excuse to change the existing system. 
That’s not moderate heroism, Tony, that’s democracy. I'm glad you support the right of big business and the military to overthrow the Obama presidency.

Learn to read.
I'd rather be illiterate than read the copious amounts of whiny drivel that you post daily.

The Court is basically elected by our Senate. Judges don't just get appointed by executive order. The Court stands the test of time, balancing out our government and every once in a while (see the Warren Court) matches the pace of reform and encourages it. But, hey, if they make a ruling that you disagree with, then you can continue shouting white noise about how they are tools of big business or something.

I happen to find Roe vs. Wade to be vile, but I don't think Thurgood Marshall or Warren Burger should have been removed from the court for that.
22  Forum Community / Forum Community / Re: Opinion of the previous poster's ideology on: Today at 03:53:17 pm
The worst kind of moderate heroism and socialism combined: social democracy. I'd rather live in TNF's ideal America, where the revolution doesn't sustain itself on naked power alone.
23  Forum Community / Forum Community / Re: The Oldiesfreak Deluge of Absurdity, Ignorance, and Bad Posts IV on: Today at 03:51:50 pm
Moderate heroism at its worst.

There is nothing broken about the Supreme Court except for the fact it occasionally reaches decisions that you disagree with, sometimes vehemently.  That is not an excuse to change the existing system. 
Thatís not moderate heroism, Tony, thatís democracy. I'm glad you support the right of big business and the military to overthrow the Obama presidency.
24  Other Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Congressional Elections / Re: Alex Sink running for Bill Young's old house seat on: Today at 03:41:31 pm
Agreed with Sawx entirely; Ehrlich can win. Sink cannot.

Sink will not run in the General

My fellow Democrats can now begin cheering because it was COMPLETELY her fault and she deserves to die in a hole for losing /borderline-misogynist
So, let me get this straight, voting for a man or criticizing a female candidate is misogynist?


It's misogynist when this forum treats every female candidate like a "bitch" or a idiot when they lose. If Alex Sink was a guy, this forum would not have gone as apes**t as it did when she lost.
I'm glad that in your one year of membership you have deduced that this forum hates female candidates who lose. Give one other example of this before you make your hackish claims. Sink lost because she was an idiot. Just like Romney lost because he was an idiot.

I don't see where I'm being a hack as this applies to my fellow Democrats as much as Republicans.

Wendy Davis and Hillary Clinton have been largely characterized as dumb and bitchy, respectively, multiple times all over this forum. And while I really don't like Colleen Hanabusa, some of the criticisms of here have been downright sexist.
The only sexist attack on Hanabusa I have seen was from a female poster. And men get criticized all the time here in the same manner. Female politicians are not above criticism because of their gender.
25  Forum Community / Forum Community / Re: Happy Birthday ChairmanSanchez! on: Today at 03:37:24 pm
Happy birthday, bud.

I'm a Yuengling guy. I did buy my first legal pack of Marlboros today (and the guy gave me a discount since I stop by once or twice a week) Tongue.
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