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CNN Poll: Obama at all time low, Dems facing 9 point deficit in midterms
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McGarnagle
2010-09-27 01:20:37 UTC
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The liberal meltdown continues:

http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2010/09/24/cnn-poll-obama-at-all-time-low/

September 24th, 2010

CNN Poll: Obama at all time low

(CNN) – President Barack Obama is contending with the lowest approval
rating of his 20-month presidency, a new CNN/Opinion Research
Corporation poll finds.

The president's approval rating now stands at 42 percent – an all time
low in CNN polling and 8 points lower than where Obama was only three
weeks ago. Moreover, 56 percent of all Americans think the president
has fallen short of their expectations.

The president's sagging poll numbers couldn't come at a worse time for
congressional Democrats, themselves facing a nine-point deficit in the
so-called "generic ballot" question heading into the midterm
elections.

In even worse news for congressional Democrats, likely voters say they
are considerably more likely to vote for a candidate the president
opposes than one he supports.

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671 KIA in Afghanistan since January 2009 when Obama took office.

620 KIA in Afghanistan from September 2001 - January 2009 when Bush
was in office.


Alvin Greene - the Democrat that made Christine O'Donnell important:




"We look ridiculous. What more can I say about the idiots who are the
captains of our ship. Do you hear me, Harry Reid?" - Mike Moore


Jeff
2010-09-27 04:23:06 UTC
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http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2010/09/24/cnn-poll-obama-at-all...
September 24th, 2010
CNN Poll: Obama at all time low
(CNN) – President Barack Obama is contending with the lowest approval
rating of his 20-month presidency, a new CNN/Opinion Research
Corporation poll finds.
The president's approval rating now stands at 42 percent – an all time
low in CNN polling and 8 points lower than where Obama was only three
weeks ago. Moreover, 56 percent of all Americans think the president
has fallen short of their expectations.
The president's sagging poll numbers couldn't come at a worse time for
congressional Democrats, themselves facing a nine-point deficit in the
so-called "generic ballot" question heading into the midterm
elections.
In even worse news for congressional Democrats, likely voters say they
are considerably more likely to vote for a candidate the president
opposes than one he supports.
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671 KIA in Afghanistan since January 2009 when Obama took office.
620 KIA in Afghanistan from September 2001 - January 2009 when Bush
was in office.
http://youtu.be/zUFN7ZkjgkA
"We look ridiculous. What more can I say about the idiots who are the
captains of our ship. Do you hear me, Harry Reid?" - Mike Moore
http://youtu.be/CEUpR2m3tG4
Obama is at all time low
We know. We read the news.
Fattuchus
2010-09-27 05:50:41 UTC
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http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2010/09/24/cnn-poll-obama-at-all...
September 24th, 2010
CNN Poll: Obama at all time low
(CNN) – President Barack Obama is contending with the lowest approval
rating of his 20-month presidency, a new CNN/Opinion Research
Corporation poll finds.
The president's approval rating now stands at 42 percent – an all time
low in CNN polling and 8 points lower than where Obama was only three
weeks ago. Moreover, 56 percent of all Americans think the president
has fallen short of their expectations.
No surprise to me. Pres. Obama was elected with very high hopes. No
matter who is in power, the voters want results.

McCain was defeated because the public blamed Republicans for the poor
economy.

The economy is still a mess; we have a HUGe deficit. People feel it
in their pockets and they are not happy.
Tony Elka
2010-09-27 07:12:30 UTC
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Post by Fattuchus
No surprise to me. Pres. Obama was elected with very high hopes. No
matter who is in power, the voters want results.
McCain was defeated because the public blamed Republicans for the poor
economy.
The economy is still a mess; we have a HUGe deficit. People feel it
in their pockets and they are not happy.
And many were not wise enough to realize it was going to take more than
2 years to un-fuck this country after the 8 year long horror that was
the Bush/Cheney administration.

Men like them are almost enough to make me wish I could believe in hell.

Tony
The Nice Mean Man
2010-09-27 14:20:53 UTC
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Post by Tony Elka
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No surprise to me.  Pres. Obama was elected with very high hopes.  No
matter who is in power, the voters want results.
McCain was defeated because the public blamed Republicans for the poor
economy.
 The economy is still a  mess; we have a HUGe deficit.  People feel it
in their pockets and they are not happy.
And many were not wise enough to realize it was going to take more than
2 years to un-fuck this country after the 8 year long horror that was
the Bush/Cheney administration.
We simply cannot endure another DAY with president muslim doing all
the socialist liberal things that he's done. His tampering with the
will of the voters in Arizona and the NASA deal were the last straw.
He's got to GO. No matter the economy or whatever. We'd rather live in
abject poverty that than submit to this black man's poor liberal
judgment.
Post by Tony Elka
Men like them are almost enough to make me wish I could believe in hell.
And that's exactly why you're going there. Just a millisecond after
you die..... because you don't believe in it. You'll be punished for
the mockery you've made out of God's morals and law just as soon as
you arive..
Tony Elka
2010-09-27 16:37:08 UTC
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Post by The Nice Mean Man
And that's exactly why you're going there. Just a millisecond after
you die..... because you don't believe in it. You'll be punished for
the mockery you've made out of God's morals and law just as soon as
you arive..
Where does the flame go when a candle is blown out? The same place your
"soul" will go when you expire. Nowhere.

Why fear the void from which you emerged from birth unscathed?

I find my view far more comforting. Your god sounds like a vindictive
psychopath. Only a deeply frightened emotional child in the body of an
adult could believe in such a ghastly fable.

To be fair, I suspect you were heavily indoctrinated with your religion
in childhood. Had you been born into a Muslim family, you'd be equally
devout in that faith.

Atheists are a different breed. We shake off the nonsense forced upon
us and think for ourselves.

Tony
Fattuchus
2010-09-27 18:17:19 UTC
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On Sep 27, 12:37 pm, Tony Elka
Post by Tony Elka
To be fair, I suspect you were heavily indoctrinated with your religion
in childhood.  Had you been born into a Muslim family, you'd be equally
devout in that faith.
Atheists are a different breed.  We shake off the nonsense forced upon
us and think for ourselves.
Tony
IMO a person can believe in a higher being or have other religoius
beliefs and still think for him or herself. Thinking for oneself and
having religious beliefs are not mutually exclusive.
Tony Elka
2010-09-27 18:54:16 UTC
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Post by Fattuchus
On Sep 27, 12:37 pm, Tony Elka
Post by Tony Elka
To be fair, I suspect you were heavily indoctrinated with your religion
in childhood.  Had you been born into a Muslim family, you'd be equally
devout in that faith.
Atheists are a different breed.  We shake off the nonsense forced upon
us and think for ourselves.
Tony
IMO a person can believe in a higher being or have other religoius
beliefs and still think for him or herself. Thinking for oneself and
having religious beliefs are not mutually exclusive.
I humbly disagree. Fairy tales are not for adults.

Tony
Fattuchus
2010-09-27 19:26:17 UTC
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Post by Tony Elka
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Post by Fattuchus
On Sep 27, 12:37 pm, Tony Elka
Post by Tony Elka
To be fair, I suspect you were heavily indoctrinated with your religion
in childhood.  Had you been born into a Muslim family, you'd be equally
devout in that faith.
Atheists are a different breed.  We shake off the nonsense forced upon
us and think for ourselves.
Tony
IMO a person can believe in a higher being or have other religoius
beliefs and still think for him or herself.  Thinking for oneself and
having religious beliefs are not mutually exclusive.
I humbly disagree.  Fairy tales are not for adults.
Tony-
If you are an atheist, I can understand how you might think that all
religions are merely fairy tales because you believe there is no such
thing as a god or an afterlife. However, IMO there is often much more
to some religions than that. Some religions preach a way of life and
certain values. All societies need certain values to be cohesive and
to avoid chaos, whether those values are religious based or not.

For example, IMO it is possible to have a society of atheists who
scorn religious beliefs, but in order for that society to work, the
people must have certain rules and a sense of what they believe is
right and wrong. The atheists in that society will be thinking for
themselves (to use your words) but in order to co-exist peacefully
with their fellow atheists, they still have to follow certain commonly
recognized rules.

Unless an atheistic society if filled with utter lawlessness and
chaos, people will have certain restrictions even if they think for
themselves most of the time. So, for example, any society is going to
have certain mores regarding marriage and family life. Can one man
have 3 wives? Can one woman have 3 husbands? How is incest defined?
What is the minimal age that a person can marry? Ten? If a man and
woman have a baby, who cares for the baby? Is the baby raised by the
village? The grandparents? Are there rules about the number of
children a couple are allowed to have?

Are certain behaviors deemed criminal or bad such as rape,
enslavement, kidnapping, theft or murder? Or are these behaviors
acceptable?

Atheists may THINK that they are completely free willed, but all
cultures have certain rules/limits.
Tony Elka
2010-09-27 19:29:17 UTC
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Post by Fattuchus
If you are an atheist, I can understand how you might think that all
religions are merely fairy tales because you believe there is no such
thing as a god or an afterlife. However, IMO there is often much more
to some religions than that. Some religions preach a way of life and
certain values. All societies need certain values to be cohesive and
to avoid chaos, whether those values are religious based or not.
Yes, but religious societies have a history of burning people alive and
stoning them to death.

So fuck em. All of em.

Tony
McGarnagle
2010-09-27 22:18:26 UTC
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On Mon, 27 Sep 2010 12:29:17 -0700, Tony Elka
Post by Tony Elka
In article
Post by Fattuchus
If you are an atheist, I can understand how you might think that all
religions are merely fairy tales because you believe there is no such
thing as a god or an afterlife. However, IMO there is often much more
to some religions than that. Some religions preach a way of life and
certain values. All societies need certain values to be cohesive and
to avoid chaos, whether those values are religious based or not.
Yes, but religious societies have a history of burning people alive and
stoning them to death.
So fuck em. All of em.
Tony
So says they guy who beats off to videos of women being whipped till
they bleed.

Typical liberal...


"Eve and I met through a personal ad she ran. I had just separated
from a woman who pretended to enjoy being spanked, until our wedding
night, when she started referring to it as "my sickness." That
marriage lasted 7 months. When I met Eve, I was determined to
experience the scene with a true devotee." - Tony Elka, liberal
atheist
McGarnagle
2010-09-27 22:15:59 UTC
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On Mon, 27 Sep 2010 11:54:16 -0700, Tony Elka
Post by Tony Elka
In article
Post by Fattuchus
On Sep 27, 12:37 pm, Tony Elka
Post by Tony Elka
To be fair, I suspect you were heavily indoctrinated with your religion
in childhood.  Had you been born into a Muslim family, you'd be equally
devout in that faith.
Atheists are a different breed.  We shake off the nonsense forced upon
us and think for ourselves.
Tony
IMO a person can believe in a higher being or have other religoius
beliefs and still think for him or herself. Thinking for oneself and
having religious beliefs are not mutually exclusive.
I humbly disagree. Fairy tales are not for adults.
Tony
...but making a career out of a sick and infantile spanking fetish is?
Greasehorse
2010-09-29 14:08:31 UTC
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On Mon, 27 Sep 2010 11:54:16 -0700, Tony Elka
Post by Tony Elka
In article
Post by Fattuchus
On Sep 27, 12:37 pm, Tony Elka
Post by Tony Elka
To be fair, I suspect you were heavily indoctrinated with your religion
in childhood.  Had you been born into a Muslim family, you'd be equally
devout in that faith.
Atheists are a different breed.  We shake off the nonsense forced upon
us and think for ourselves.
Tony
IMO a person can believe in a higher being or have other religoius
beliefs and still think for him or herself. Thinking for oneself and
having religious beliefs are not mutually exclusive.
I humbly disagree. Fairy tales are not for adults.
Tony
Like spanking videos?
McGarnagle
2010-09-27 22:14:45 UTC
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On Mon, 27 Sep 2010 09:37:08 -0700, Tony Elka
Post by Tony Elka
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Post by The Nice Mean Man
And that's exactly why you're going there. Just a millisecond after
you die..... because you don't believe in it. You'll be punished for
the mockery you've made out of God's morals and law just as soon as
you arive..
Where does the flame go when a candle is blown out? The same place your
"soul" will go when you expire. Nowhere.
Why fear the void from which you emerged from birth unscathed?
I find my view far more comforting. Your god sounds like a vindictive
psychopath. Only a deeply frightened emotional child in the body of an
adult could believe in such a ghastly fable.
To be fair, I suspect you were heavily indoctrinated with your religion
in childhood. Had you been born into a Muslim family, you'd be equally
devout in that faith.
Atheists are a different breed. We shake off the nonsense forced upon
us and think for ourselves.
Tony
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The Nice Mean Man
2010-09-28 01:33:52 UTC
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Post by Tony Elka
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Post by The Nice Mean Man
And that's exactly why you're going there. Just a millisecond after
you die..... because you don't believe in it. You'll be punished for
the mockery you've made out of God's morals and law just as soon as
you arive..
Where does the flame go when a candle is blown out? The same place your
"soul" will go when you expire. Nowhere.
Do you know that for certain? You might 'believe' it, but you don't
have any sure and certain knowledge.
Post by Tony Elka
Why fear the void from which you emerged from birth unscathed?
You were God's then because He created you before that time. And back
to Him ye shall surely go. Like it or not... Ready or not...
Believing or not.... Saved or not. And the cool thing is, it's your
choice. Totally. So you can’t say then that nobody told you now.
Post by Tony Elka
I find my view far more comforting.
Well, of course you do! Any child who suddenly realizes that "no one
saw" feels this way.
Post by Tony Elka
Your god sounds like a vindictive
psychopath.
Jehovah God is loving and forgiving, full of mercy and compassion. But
He is also a jealous and wrathful god. You can’t take the sweet
without taking the sour, just like with any other personal
relationship. God may be a spirit in form but He is also a person. Not
a thing. It is YOUR choice to turn away, and no other. And that at
least is the way it should be. God, unlike man, holds people
accountable for their choices in the end
Post by Tony Elka
Only a deeply frightened emotional child in the body of an
adult could believe in such a ghastly fable.
Or the poor fellow who continues on in the mistaken belief that the
entire universe revolves around man's collective naval.
Post by Tony Elka
To be fair, I suspect you were heavily indoctrinated with your religion
in childhood.
And you would be wrong. My family went to church once a week. On
Sunday. Just like almost every other family in America did in the
1950s. I wasn't the product of bible-belters by any stretch of the
imagination. Believe me when I tell you that when it comes to an empty
belief and a dead church, even the Catholics don't have much on the
church that I grew up in.
Post by Tony Elka
Had you been born into a Muslim family, you'd be equally
devout in that faith.
But not the experience. You see, Muslims are never "born again". They
only enjoy what they think to be the truth. So all that they really
have is a belief. Only those who have been born into a new life in
Christ though the power of the Holy Spirit can say they have an actual
knowledge.
Post by Tony Elka
Atheists are a different breed. We shake off the nonsense forced upon
us and think for ourselves.
Yeah. I've met plenty. And with most, it's not so much that they don't
believe in a god... it's that they HATE the IDEA of a god. Of anything
bigger than themselves. Especially if it represents authority or
accountability. Most are full of anger for a thing that they only
think they understand, and mainly because it proclaims that there are
rules.. But you really CAN understand it if you really want to.

Now.... I'm not going to take this any further. Over the years I have
found that you people are so rooted in your own selves that it's not
worth my time to carry on. You really are the worst of the worse when
it comes to missing the glaringly obvious. Even the homosexuals, as
sick as they are, many want to believe in a god (on their terms, of
course). Now I ask you... you know my stance on them, so how do you
think I feel about you? From the moment sin entered the world, your
type of thinker has done his dead-level best to tear down all of the
things that God had planned for the human race. You are an instigator
of an evil that is far more powerful than you know. The reality at
this juncture is that I am called to pray for you. And I should pray,
because there are atheists within my own circle who I love dearly. But
I'm not going to do it. You all spread the lie. You all love the
creation more than the Creator. The root of human-kind's failure is
buried in the corrupted heart in each and every one of you. And it is
your choice and no other. Each and every day you are given the chance
to choose. And every day you turn away on your own free will. One day,
you will be screaming for the heads of the "Xians". You will have your
proof of this particular "ghastly fable" in due time. In fact, if you
look at the postings of atheists in this very group, you can already
see it coming true.

So on that note I say... Let 'em burn. Let them ALL burn. I am beyond
the point of caring for people who are so perfectly wedded to their
own brand of 'faith'.
The Nice Mean Man
2010-09-28 01:56:14 UTC
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Post by Tony Elka
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Post by The Nice Mean Man
And that's exactly why you're going there. Just a millisecond after
you die..... because you don't believe in it. You'll be punished for
the mockery you've made out of God's morals and law just as soon as
you arive..
Where does the flame go when a candle is blown out? The same place your
"soul" will go when you expire. Nowhere.
Do you know that for certain? You might 'believe' it, but you don't
have any sure and certain knowledge.
Post by Tony Elka
Why fear the void from which you emerged from birth unscathed?
You were God's then because He created you before that time. And back
to Him ye shall surely go. Like it or not... Ready or not...
Believing or not.... Saved or not. And the cool thing is, it's your
choice. Totally. So you can’t say then that nobody here didn’t tell
you.
Post by Tony Elka
I find my view far more comforting.
Well, of course you do! Any child who suddenly realizes that "no one
saw" feels this way.
Post by Tony Elka
Your god sounds like a vindictive
psychopath.
Jehovah God is loving and forgiving, full of mercy and compassion. But
He is also a jealous and wrathful god. You can’t take the sweet
without taking the sour, just like with any other personal
relationship. God may be a spirit in form but He is also a person. Not
a thing. It is YOUR choice to turn away, and no other. And at least
that is the way it should be. God, unlike man, holds people
accountable for their choices in the end
Post by Tony Elka
Only a deeply frightened emotional child in the body of an
adult could believe in such a ghastly fable.
Or the poor fellow who continues on in the mistaken belief that the
entire universe revolves around man's collective naval.
Post by Tony Elka
To be fair, I suspect you were heavily indoctrinated with your religion
in childhood.
And you would be wrong. My family went to church once a week. On
Sunday. Just like almost every other family in America did in the
1950s. I wasn't the product of bible-belters by any stretch of the
imagination. Believe me when I tell you that when it comes to an empty
belief and a dead church, even the Catholics don't have much on the
church that I grew up in.
Post by Tony Elka
Had you been born into a Muslim family, you'd be equally
devout in that faith.
But not the experience. You see, Muslims are never "born again". They
only enjoy what they think to be the truth. So all that they really
have is a holoow belief. Only those who have been born into a new life
in Christ though the power of the Holy Spirit can say they have an
actual knowledge.
Post by Tony Elka
Atheists are a different breed. We shake off the nonsense forced upon
us and think for ourselves.
Yeah. I've met plenty. And with most, it's not so much that they don't
believe in a god... it's that they HATE the IDEA of a god. Or anything
bigger than themselves. Especially if it represents authority or
accountability. Most are full of anger for a thing that they only
think they understand, and mainly because it proclaims that there are
rules.. But you CAN understand it if you really want to.

Now.... I'm not going to take this any further. Over the years I have
found that you people are so rooted in your own selves that it's not
worth my time to carry on. You really are the worst of the worse when
it comes to missing the glaringly obvious. Even the homosexuals, as
sick as they are, want to believe in a god, many of them (on their
terms, of course). Now I ask you... you know my stance on them, so how
do you think I feel about you? From the moment sin entered into the
world, your type of thinker has done his dead-level best to tear down
all of the things that God had planned for the human race. You are an
instigator of an evil that is far more powerful than you know. The
reality at this juncture is that I am called to pray for you. And I
should pray, because there are atheists within my own circle who I
love dearly. But I'm not going to do it. You all love and spread the
lie. You all love the creation more than the Creator. The root of
human-kind's failure is buried in the corrupted, collective heart of
people like you. And it is your choice and no other. Each and every
day you are given the chance to choose. And every day you turn away on
your own free will. One day, you will be screaming for the heads of
the "Xians". You will have your proof of this particular "ghastly
fable" in due time. In fact, if you look at the postings of atheists
in this very group, you can already see it coming.
So on that note I say... Let 'em burn. Let them ALL burn. I am beyond
the point of caring for people who are so perfectly wedded to their
own brand of 'faith'.
Jeff
2010-09-28 02:03:50 UTC
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Post by The Nice Mean Man
Post by Tony Elka
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Post by The Nice Mean Man
And that's exactly why you're going there. Just a millisecond after
you die..... because you don't believe in it. You'll be punished for
the mockery you've made out of God's morals and law just as soon as
you arive..
Where does the flame go when a candle is blown out?  The same place your
"soul" will go when you expire.  Nowhere.
Do you know that for certain? You might 'believe' it, but you don't
have any sure and certain knowledge.
Post by Tony Elka
Why fear the void from which you emerged from birth unscathed?
You were God's then
You writing "God's" is equal to you saying "God is".
You should have written "Gods".
I won't bother to snip the rest of this post.

because He created you before that time. And back
Post by The Nice Mean Man
to Him ye shall surely go. Like it or not...  Ready or not...
Believing or not.... Saved or not. And the cool thing is, it's your
choice. Totally. So you can’t say then that nobody here didn’t tell
you.
Post by Tony Elka
I find my view far more comforting.
Well, of course you do! Any child who suddenly realizes that "no one
saw" feels this way.
Post by Tony Elka
Your god sounds like a vindictive
psychopath.
Jehovah God is loving and forgiving, full of mercy and compassion. But
He is also a jealous and wrathful god. You can’t take the sweet
without taking the sour, just like with any other personal
relationship. God may be a spirit in form but He is also a person. Not
a thing. It is YOUR choice to turn away, and no other. And at least
that is the way it should be. God, unlike man, holds people
accountable for their choices in the end
Post by Tony Elka
 Only a deeply frightened emotional child in the body of an
adult could believe in such a ghastly fable.
Or the poor fellow who continues on in the mistaken belief that the
entire universe revolves around man's collective naval.
Post by Tony Elka
To be fair, I suspect you were heavily indoctrinated with your religion
in childhood.
And you would be wrong. My family went to church once a week. On
Sunday. Just like almost every other family in America did in the
1950s. I wasn't the product of bible-belters by any stretch of the
imagination. Believe me when I tell you that when it comes to an empty
belief and a dead church, even the Catholics don't have much on the
church that I grew up in.
Post by Tony Elka
Had you been born into a Muslim family, you'd be equally
devout in that faith.
But not the experience. You see, Muslims are never "born again". They
only enjoy what they think to be the truth. So all that they really
have is a holoow belief. Only those who have been born into a new life
in Christ though the power of the Holy Spirit can say they have an
actual knowledge.
Post by Tony Elka
Atheists are a different breed.  We shake off the nonsense forced upon
us and think for ourselves.
Yeah. I've met plenty. And with most, it's not so much that they don't
believe in a god... it's that they HATE the IDEA of a god. Or anything
bigger than themselves. Especially if it represents authority or
accountability. Most are full of anger for a thing that they only
think they understand, and mainly because it proclaims that there are
rules.. But you CAN understand it if you really want to.
 Now.... I'm not going to take this any further. Over the years I have
found that you people are so rooted in your own selves that it's not
worth my time to carry on. You really are the worst of the worse when
it comes to missing the glaringly obvious. Even the homosexuals, as
sick as they are, want to believe in a god, many of them (on their
terms, of course). Now I ask you... you know my stance on them, so how
do you think I feel about you? From the moment sin entered into the
world, your type of thinker has done his dead-level best to tear down
all of the things that God had planned for the human race. You are an
instigator of an evil that is far more powerful than you know. The
reality at this juncture is that I am called to pray for you. And I
should pray, because there are atheists within my own circle who I
love dearly. But I'm not going to do it. You all love and spread the
lie. You all love the creation more than the Creator. The root of
human-kind's failure is buried in the corrupted, collective heart of
people like you. And it is your choice and no other. Each and every
day you are given the chance to choose. And every day you turn away on
your own free will. One day, you will be screaming for the heads of
the "Xians". You will have your proof of this particular "ghastly
fable" in due time. In fact, if you look at the postings of atheists
in this very group, you can already see it coming.
 So on that note I say... Let 'em burn. Let them ALL burn. I am beyond
the point of caring for people who are so perfectly wedded to their
own brand of 'faith'.
The Nice Mean Man
2010-09-28 02:08:11 UTC
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Post by Jeff
Post by The Nice Mean Man
Post by Tony Elka
In article
Post by The Nice Mean Man
And that's exactly why you're going there. Just a millisecond after
you die..... because you don't believe in it. You'll be punished for
the mockery you've made out of God's morals and law just as soon as
you arive..
Where does the flame go when a candle is blown out?  The same place your
"soul" will go when you expire.  Nowhere.
Do you know that for certain? You might 'believe' it, but you don't
have any sure and certain knowledge.
Post by Tony Elka
Why fear the void from which you emerged from birth unscathed?
You were God's then
You writing "God's" is equal to you saying "God is".
You should have written "Gods".
Thanks, Dad. I only wanna make you proud.
Jeff
2010-09-28 02:18:41 UTC
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Post by The Nice Mean Man
Post by Jeff
Post by The Nice Mean Man
Post by Tony Elka
In article
Post by The Nice Mean Man
And that's exactly why you're going there. Just a millisecond after
you die..... because you don't believe in it. You'll be punished for
the mockery you've made out of God's morals and law just as soon as
you arive..
Where does the flame go when a candle is blown out?  The same place your
"soul" will go when you expire.  Nowhere.
Do you know that for certain? You might 'believe' it, but you don't
have any sure and certain knowledge.
Post by Tony Elka
Why fear the void from which you emerged from birth unscathed?
You were God's then
You writing "God's" is equal to you saying "God is".
You should have written "Gods".
Thanks, Dad. I only wanna make you proud.
I'm just messing with you. I'm happy you took it well.
McGarnagle
2010-09-28 06:03:56 UTC
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On Mon, 27 Sep 2010 19:03:50 -0700 (PDT), Jeff
Post by Jeff
Post by The Nice Mean Man
Post by Tony Elka
In article
Post by The Nice Mean Man
And that's exactly why you're going there. Just a millisecond after
you die..... because you don't believe in it. You'll be punished for
the mockery you've made out of God's morals and law just as soon as
you arive..
Where does the flame go when a candle is blown out?  The same place your
"soul" will go when you expire.  Nowhere.
Do you know that for certain? You might 'believe' it, but you don't
have any sure and certain knowledge.
Post by Tony Elka
Why fear the void from which you emerged from birth unscathed?
You were God's then
You writing "God's" is equal to you saying "God is".
You should have written "Gods".
I won't bother to snip the rest of this post.
Wrong. It is a possessive. He was "God's" then

http://www.meredith.edu/grammar/plural.htm#Possessive

Singular possessive
The possessive form of a singular noun is an apostrophe followed by
the letter "s."

Kramer's hair
Daphne's patience
the car's engine

Words ending with s, z or x generally omit the "s."

-----


Libs - they don't know shit.
Jeff
2010-09-28 10:08:06 UTC
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Post by McGarnagle
On Mon, 27 Sep 2010 19:03:50 -0700 (PDT), Jeff
Post by Jeff
Post by The Nice Mean Man
Post by Tony Elka
In article
Post by The Nice Mean Man
And that's exactly why you're going there. Just a millisecond after
you die..... because you don't believe in it. You'll be punished for
the mockery you've made out of God's morals and law just as soon as
you arive..
Where does the flame go when a candle is blown out?  The same place your
"soul" will go when you expire.  Nowhere.
Do you know that for certain? You might 'believe' it, but you don't
have any sure and certain knowledge.
Post by Tony Elka
Why fear the void from which you emerged from birth unscathed?
You were God's then
You writing "God's" is equal to you saying "God is".
You should have written "Gods".
I won't bother to snip the rest of this post.
Wrong. It is a possessive. He was "God's" then
http://www.meredith.edu/grammar/plural.htm#Possessive
Singular possessive
The possessive form of a singular noun is an apostrophe followed by
the letter "s."
Kramer's hair
Daphne's patience
the car's engine
Words ending with s, z or x generally omit the "s."
-----
Libs - they don't know shit.
Why don't you blow your nose on a piece of bread
and make yourself a sandwich, Lib?
Tony Elka
2010-09-28 16:47:42 UTC
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In article
Post by Jeff
Why don't you blow your nose on a piece of bread
and make yourself a sandwich, Lib?
Kill-filed. I've had enough pointless ugliness from some of you.

Tony
Jeff
2010-09-28 17:43:29 UTC
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Post by Tony Elka
In article
Post by Jeff
Why don't you blow your nose on a piece of bread
and make yourself a sandwich, Lib?
Kill-filed.  I've had enough pointless ugliness from some of you.
Tony
Go ahead. I've never said an unkind word to or about you.
McGarnagle
2010-09-29 00:34:55 UTC
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On Tue, 28 Sep 2010 09:47:42 -0700, Tony Elka
Post by Tony Elka
In article
Post by Jeff
Why don't you blow your nose on a piece of bread
and make yourself a sandwich, Lib?
Kill-filed. I've had enough pointless ugliness from some of you.
Tony
That's telling them, Tony.

Good for you...
Rum Runner
2010-09-29 00:38:38 UTC
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On Tue, 28 Sep 2010 17:34:55 -0700, McGarnagle
Post by McGarnagle
On Tue, 28 Sep 2010 09:47:42 -0700, Tony Elka
Post by Tony Elka
In article
Post by Jeff
Why don't you blow your nose on a piece of bread
and make yourself a sandwich, Lib?
Kill-filed. I've had enough pointless ugliness from some of you.
Tony
That's telling them, Tony.
Good for you...
Gosh that sure is harsh
McGarnagle
2010-09-29 00:34:05 UTC
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On Tue, 28 Sep 2010 03:08:06 -0700 (PDT), Jeff
Post by Jeff
Post by McGarnagle
On Mon, 27 Sep 2010 19:03:50 -0700 (PDT), Jeff
Post by Jeff
Post by The Nice Mean Man
Post by Tony Elka
In article
Post by The Nice Mean Man
And that's exactly why you're going there. Just a millisecond after
you die..... because you don't believe in it. You'll be punished for
the mockery you've made out of God's morals and law just as soon as
you arive..
Where does the flame go when a candle is blown out?  The same place your
"soul" will go when you expire.  Nowhere.
Do you know that for certain? You might 'believe' it, but you don't
have any sure and certain knowledge.
Post by Tony Elka
Why fear the void from which you emerged from birth unscathed?
You were God's then
You writing "God's" is equal to you saying "God is".
You should have written "Gods".
I won't bother to snip the rest of this post.
Wrong. It is a possessive. He was "God's" then
http://www.meredith.edu/grammar/plural.htm#Possessive
Singular possessive
The possessive form of a singular noun is an apostrophe followed by
the letter "s."
Kramer's hair
Daphne's patience
the car's engine
Words ending with s, z or x generally omit the "s."
-----
Libs - they don't know shit.
Why don't you blow your nose on a piece of bread
and make yourself a sandwich, Lib?
You need to learn how to be a gracious loser...
Greasehorse
2010-09-29 14:07:54 UTC
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On Mon, 27 Sep 2010 09:37:08 -0700, Tony Elka
Post by Tony Elka
In article
Post by The Nice Mean Man
And that's exactly why you're going there. Just a millisecond after
you die..... because you don't believe in it. You'll be punished for
the mockery you've made out of God's morals and law just as soon as
you arive..
Where does the flame go when a candle is blown out? The same place your
"soul" will go when you expire. Nowhere.
Why fear the void from which you emerged from birth unscathed?
I find my view far more comforting. Your god sounds like a vindictive
psychopath. Only a deeply frightened emotional child in the body of an
adult could believe in such a ghastly fable.
To be fair, I suspect you were heavily indoctrinated with your religion
in childhood. Had you been born into a Muslim family, you'd be equally
devout in that faith.
Atheists are a different breed. We shake off the nonsense forced upon
us and think for ourselves.
Tony
Do you think there is a spirit of life?
WB
2010-09-27 11:16:39 UTC
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Post by Fattuchus
No surprise to me. Pres. Obama was elected with very high hopes. No
matter who is in power, the voters want results.
The economy is still a mess; we have a HUGe deficit. People feel it
in their pockets and they are not happy.
Americans are impatience and have short term memories.
Barry supporters need to show up and vote to ensure
the Tea Potter Loony's are kept at bay and unemployed.
Mack A. Damia
2010-09-27 11:45:21 UTC
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Post by WB
Post by Fattuchus
No surprise to me. Pres. Obama was elected with very high hopes. No
matter who is in power, the voters want results.
The economy is still a mess; we have a HUGe deficit. People feel it
in their pockets and they are not happy.
Americans are impatience and have short term memories.
Barry supporters need to show up and vote to ensure
the Tea Potter Loony's are kept at bay and unemployed.
If Americans can't see through the haze, then it's something other
than impatience and a short memory.

Schooling and education. Near the bottom of the list of nations for
math and science?

Lack of critical thinking skills. Inability to focus.
WB
2010-09-27 16:26:31 UTC
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Post by Mack A. Damia
Post by WB
the Tea Potter Loony's are kept at bay and unemployed.
If Americans can't see through the haze, then it's something other
than impatience and a short memory.
Schooling and education. Near the bottom of the list of nations for
math and science?
Education takes patience, endurance, and capital investments ..
something that Americans have been conditioned to
outsourcing .. so why bother ? Math majors are encouraged
to go to investment careers instead of science.
Post by Mack A. Damia
Lack of critical thinking skills.
I guess your right .. You can't cure "Stupid"
Jeff
2010-09-27 14:40:05 UTC
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http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2010/09/24/cnn-poll-obama-at-all...
September 24th, 2010
CNN Poll: Obama at all time low
(CNN) – President Barack Obama is contending with the lowest approval
rating of his 20-month presidency, a new CNN/Opinion Research
Corporation poll finds.
The president's approval rating now stands at 42 percent – an all time
low in CNN polling and 8 points lower than where Obama was only three
weeks ago. Moreover, 56 percent of all Americans think the president
has fallen short of their expectations.
No surprise to me.  Pres. Obama was elected with very high hopes.  No
matter who is in power, the voters want results.
McCain was defeated because the public blamed Republicans for the poor
economy.
choosing Palin cost him the election, and 8 years of Bush.
UsurperTom
2010-09-27 15:54:53 UTC
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Post by Jeff
choosing Palin cost him the election
McCain wasn't going to win regardless of who he picked to be his
running mate.
WB
2010-09-27 16:36:59 UTC
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Post by UsurperTom
Post by Jeff
choosing Palin cost him the election
McCain wasn't going to win regardless of who he picked to be his
running mate.
True - The GoPER handlers of liberal McPlain chose the Snake Charmer
MCMiLF in hopes of appeasing the bible loving, male adulterous,
FUDWingers. McClam was too moderate. Hell .. Even "Man Eaters"
Ann Transvestite and Laura Ingramhams whined Barry was better choice.
Fattuchus
2010-09-27 18:15:09 UTC
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Post by UsurperTom
Post by Jeff
choosing Palin cost him the election
McCain wasn't going to win regardless of who he picked to be his
running mate.
IMO the McCain campaign was hurt by the slumping economy and his
selection of Palin. There were people "on the fence" (like myself)
who wondered to themselves, "But McCain is so old . . . . what if he
gets sick or dies in office? Who would be VP?" The choice of VP was
very important for McCain and IMO, Palin was a very bad choice.
UsurperTom
2010-09-27 21:50:14 UTC
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The choice of VP was very important for McCain
It was because McCain's age was a liability that he had to pick
somebody way younger and less experienced than him to be his running
mate. Also, a white male would have brought nothing to the ticket in a
year of change. McCain also had problems with the Republican base, so
he had to pick someone with solid conservative credentials. If it
wasn't for Palin, many conservatives would have either voted third
party or stayed home.
Fattuchus
2010-09-28 06:12:00 UTC
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Post by UsurperTom
The choice of VP was very important for McCain
It was because McCain's age was a liability that he had to pick
somebody way younger and less experienced than him to be his running
mate.
I respectfully disagree. He could have chosen someone a little
younger with lots of experience.

Also, a white male would have brought nothing to the ticket in a
Post by UsurperTom
year of change. McCain also had problems with the Republican base, so
he had to pick someone with solid conservative credentials. If it
wasn't for Palin, many conservatives would have either voted third
party or stayed home.
IMO by chosing Palin, he turned off a lot of moderates. She had
little to offer except for her conservative views; and her views
appealed to just so many people. Plus she was inexperienced and
appeared unqualified.
McGarnagle
2010-09-28 06:45:39 UTC
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On Mon, 27 Sep 2010 23:12:00 -0700 (PDT), Fattuchus
Post by Fattuchus
Post by UsurperTom
The choice of VP was very important for McCain
It was because McCain's age was a liability that he had to pick
somebody way younger and less experienced than him to be his running
mate.
I respectfully disagree. He could have chosen someone a little
younger with lots of experience.
Like who?

Name anyone who would have gotten McCain elected.

This was supposed to be Hillary's time, even she lost to the "Magic
Negro".
Post by Fattuchus
Also, a white male would have brought nothing to the ticket in a
Post by UsurperTom
year of change. McCain also had problems with the Republican base, so
he had to pick someone with solid conservative credentials. If it
wasn't for Palin, many conservatives would have either voted third
party or stayed home.
IMO by chosing Palin, he turned off a lot of moderates. She had
little to offer except for her conservative views; and her views
appealed to just so many people. Plus she was inexperienced and
appeared unqualified.
Palin is the second most admired woman in the US, one point behind
Hillary Clinton. That's hardly "little to offer".

I can understand the hate for Palin, but I don't understand how people
never have anything to back up what they say when it comes to her.

McCain was a tired old man who was just happy to be there. He ran an
unimaginative campaign and was never in it except for the few days
after he announced Palin as his running mate.
Revenge of Sith
2010-09-28 14:43:14 UTC
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This was supposed to be Hillary's time, even she lost to the "Magic Negro".
Yes, 2008 was expected to be a Democratic year due to Bush fatigue
after eight years.
I don't understand how people never have anything to back up what they say when it comes to her.
I agree. This claim that Palin didn't have enough experience is
bullshit. She was governor of Alaska as long as Teddy Roosevelt was
governor of New York when William McKinley picked him to be his
running mate in 1900. McKinley was assassinated six months into his
term and Roosevelt became the youngest president in US history.
Fattuchus
2010-09-28 19:13:46 UTC
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Post by Revenge of Sith
This was supposed to be Hillary's time, even she lost to the "Magic Negro".
Yes, 2008 was expected to be a Democratic year due to Bush fatigue
after eight years.
I don't understand how people never have anything to back up what they say when it comes to her.
I agree. This claim that Palin didn't have enough experience is
bullshit. She was governor of Alaska as long as Teddy Roosevelt was
governor of New York when William McKinley picked him to be his
running mate in 1900. McKinley was assassinated six months into his
term and Roosevelt became the youngest president in US history.
Roosevelt was highly educated and was governor of one of the largest
states in the U.S. He also had considerable political experience
before he became governor.

NY is much more urban and urbane than Alaska.

I am not knocking the people of Alaska, but Roosevelt was much more
worldly and well rounded when he became VP than Palin ever was.
Bruce Morgen
2010-09-28 19:59:02 UTC
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Post by Fattuchus
Post by Revenge of Sith
This was supposed to be Hillary's time, even she lost to the "Magic Negro".
Yes, 2008 was expected to be a Democratic year due to Bush fatigue
after eight years.
I don't understand how people never have anything to back up what they say when it comes to her.
I agree. This claim that Palin didn't have enough experience is
bullshit. She was governor of Alaska as long as Teddy Roosevelt was
governor of New York when William McKinley picked him to be his
running mate in 1900. McKinley was assassinated six months into his
term and Roosevelt became the youngest president in US history.
Roosevelt was highly educated and was governor of one of the largest
states in the U.S. He also had considerable political experience
before he became governor.
NY is much more urban and urbane than Alaska.
I am not knocking the people of Alaska, but Roosevelt was much more
worldly and well rounded when he became VP than Palin ever was.
Roosevelt had also held
other major political
offices before becoming
a governor and veep, e.g.
NYC Police Commissioner,
NY State Assemblyman,
NY State Assembly minority
leader, and Assistant
Secretary of The Navy.
Ex-Gov. Quitter
McSnowshoe was a small
town mayor who managed to
drive that previously
solvent town into millions
of dollars in debt by
honchoing an overpriced
"sports complex."
TPS
2010-09-28 22:20:59 UTC
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Post by Bruce Morgen
Post by Fattuchus
Post by Revenge of Sith
This was supposed to be Hillary's time, even she lost to the "Magic Negro".
Yes, 2008 was expected to be a Democratic year due to Bush fatigue
after eight years.
I don't understand how people never have anything to back up what they say when it comes to her.
I agree. This claim that Palin didn't have enough experience is
bullshit. She was governor of Alaska as long as Teddy Roosevelt was
governor of New York when William McKinley picked him to be his
running mate in 1900. McKinley was assassinated six months into his
term and Roosevelt became the youngest president in US history.
Roosevelt was highly educated and was governor of one of the largest
states in the U.S.  He also had considerable political experience
before he became governor.
NY is much more urban and urbane than Alaska.
I am not knocking the people of Alaska, but Roosevelt was much more
worldly and well rounded when he became VP than Palin ever was.
Roosevelt had also held
other major political
offices before becoming
a governor and veep, e.g.
NYC Police Commissioner,
NY State Assemblyman,
NY State Assembly minority
leader, and Assistant
Secretary of The Navy.
Ex-Gov. Quitter
McSnowshoe was a small
town mayor who managed to
drive that previously
solvent town into millions
of dollars in debt by
honchoing an overpriced
"sports complex."- Hide quoted text -
- Show quoted text -
Roosevelt also wasn't a vapid, incurious quitter.
McGarnagle
2010-09-29 01:03:08 UTC
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Post by TPS
Post by Bruce Morgen
Post by Fattuchus
Post by Revenge of Sith
This was supposed to be Hillary's time, even she lost to the "Magic Negro".
Yes, 2008 was expected to be a Democratic year due to Bush fatigue
after eight years.
I don't understand how people never have anything to back up what they say when it comes to her.
I agree. This claim that Palin didn't have enough experience is
bullshit. She was governor of Alaska as long as Teddy Roosevelt was
governor of New York when William McKinley picked him to be his
running mate in 1900. McKinley was assassinated six months into his
term and Roosevelt became the youngest president in US history.
Roosevelt was highly educated and was governor of one of the largest
states in the U.S.  He also had considerable political experience
before he became governor.
NY is much more urban and urbane than Alaska.
I am not knocking the people of Alaska, but Roosevelt was much more
worldly and well rounded when he became VP than Palin ever was.
Roosevelt had also held
other major political
offices before becoming
a governor and veep, e.g.
NYC Police Commissioner,
NY State Assemblyman,
NY State Assembly minority
leader, and Assistant
Secretary of The Navy.
Ex-Gov. Quitter
McSnowshoe was a small
town mayor who managed to
drive that previously
solvent town into millions
of dollars in debt by
honchoing an overpriced
"sports complex."- Hide quoted text -
- Show quoted text -
Roosevelt also wasn't a vapid, incurious quitter.
Incredible.

The quitter's book outsold Obama's by a 7-1 margin in it's first week.

Obama, the Harvard educated idiot that thinks there are 57 states and
10,000 people died in a small tornado. The President that uses a
teleprompter at news conferences.

The Affirmative-Action President who spent 800 billion on pot holes
while unemployment soared.

The Commander in Chimp who has already overseen more US deaths in
Afghanistan than the entire Bush-era. The chump who gave up the Euro
missile defense for NOTHING in return.

Your one term Magic Negro and Messiah - FAIL.

LMFAO


"I hate Palin. I hate her guts. She's a right-wing woman with power. I
DO NOT LIKE THAT! - libs


Top 10 Political Book Sales First Week
Author Title Year Released First Week Sales*
Bill Clinton My Life 2004 606,000
Sarah Palin Going Rogue 2009 469,000
Hilary Clinton Living History 2003 440,000
Barack Obama The Audacity of Hope 2007 67,000
John McCain Why Courage Matters 2004 6,000
Joe Biden Promises to Keep 2007 5,000
Mack A. Damia
2010-09-29 01:05:34 UTC
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On Tue, 28 Sep 2010 18:03:08 -0700, McGarnagle
LMFAO
One more thing;

You're a popinjay.
McGarnagle
2010-09-29 01:51:24 UTC
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On Tue, 28 Sep 2010 18:05:34 -0700, Mack A. Damia
Post by Mack A. Damia
On Tue, 28 Sep 2010 18:03:08 -0700, McGarnagle
LMFAO
One more thing;
You're a popinjay.
You're just a popped wad.
Mack A. Damia
2010-09-29 01:59:36 UTC
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On Tue, 28 Sep 2010 18:51:24 -0700, McGarnagle
Post by McGarnagle
On Tue, 28 Sep 2010 18:05:34 -0700, Mack A. Damia
Post by Mack A. Damia
On Tue, 28 Sep 2010 18:03:08 -0700, McGarnagle
LMFAO
One more thing;
You're a popinjay.
You're just a popped wad.
QED.

Your insult from gut feeling - means nothing

My insult from the intellect - "a strutting supercilious person". And
that's you, bunky.
McGarnagle
2010-09-29 02:33:10 UTC
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On Tue, 28 Sep 2010 18:59:36 -0700, Mack A. Damia
Post by Mack A. Damia
On Tue, 28 Sep 2010 18:51:24 -0700, McGarnagle
Post by McGarnagle
On Tue, 28 Sep 2010 18:05:34 -0700, Mack A. Damia
Post by Mack A. Damia
On Tue, 28 Sep 2010 18:03:08 -0700, McGarnagle
LMFAO
One more thing;
You're a popinjay.
You're just a popped wad.
QED.
Your insult from gut feeling - means nothing
My insult from the intellect - "a strutting supercilious person". And
that's you, bunky.
I insult with wit.

You're witless and couldn't flame a gas tanker with a bazooka.
McGarnagle
2010-09-29 00:52:21 UTC
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On Tue, 28 Sep 2010 12:13:46 -0700 (PDT), Fattuchus
Post by Fattuchus
Post by Revenge of Sith
This was supposed to be Hillary's time, even she lost to the "Magic Negro".
Yes, 2008 was expected to be a Democratic year due to Bush fatigue
after eight years.
I don't understand how people never have anything to back up what they say when it comes to her.
I agree. This claim that Palin didn't have enough experience is
bullshit. She was governor of Alaska as long as Teddy Roosevelt was
governor of New York when William McKinley picked him to be his
running mate in 1900. McKinley was assassinated six months into his
term and Roosevelt became the youngest president in US history.
Roosevelt was highly educated and was governor of one of the largest
states in the U.S. He also had considerable political experience
before he became governor.
NY is much more urban and urbane than Alaska.
I am not knocking the people of Alaska, but Roosevelt was much more
worldly and well rounded when he became VP than Palin ever was.
Well, *I'm* not talking about education. Education isn't what gets
politicians elected, connecting with people does.

No matter how much you hate Palin or how dumb you think she is, she
has a huge and loyal following.

Sure, she's had some Dan Quayle moments, but Quayle never had her
following.

She is a power house and when she speaks, for better or worse, people
pay attention and she makes headlines.

Too often, as seen in many liberals with their Bush-hate, people let
their emotions dictate their beliefs, instead of the facts.


I still have yet to see one shred of proof that Palin "cost" McCain
the election, even though emotional libs like DickL and his pals say
it on a continual basis.

It's just like their hate for Bush, they think if they repeat
something long enough, it will become true.

She's the second most admired woman in the country, her book outsold
Obama's by a 7-1 margin in it's first week and she's 25-11 in
endorsement so far - things you will never hear from the emotional
libs with social problems.

In fact, many libs to this day still believe she said she could see
Russia from her house - a joke on SNL. That's how dumb liberals are
and why they are routed in any form of debate - they debate with their
feelings, not facts.

...and when they get those lib feelings hurt because you tell them
facts they don't want to hear, on comes their killfilters to protect
their lib fantasy world.
Mack A. Damia
2010-09-29 01:02:41 UTC
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On Tue, 28 Sep 2010 17:52:21 -0700, McGarnagle
Post by McGarnagle
In fact, many libs to this day still believe she said she could see
Russia from her house - a joke on SNL. That's how dumb liberals are
and why they are routed in any form of debate - they debate with their
feelings, not facts.
You don't do your homework. It's exactly the other way around.
Conservatives rely on gut feelings for the most part while liberals
rely on intellect. Research it yourself, and get wisdom.

You do make some good points, but you lose your audience when
you refer to "stupid libs", etc.
Pano
2010-09-29 01:09:26 UTC
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On Tue, 28 Sep 2010 18:02:41 -0700, Mack A. Damia
Post by Mack A. Damia
Conservatives rely on gut feelings for the most part while liberals
rely on intellect. Research it yourself, and get wisdom.
Hey hey ... GOD tells us what to think and how to vote. But he did
tell me that he made a huge mistake with Bush....but he does like
Sara's tits ;)
Mack A. Damia
2010-09-29 01:39:40 UTC
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Post by Pano
On Tue, 28 Sep 2010 18:02:41 -0700, Mack A. Damia
Post by Mack A. Damia
Conservatives rely on gut feelings for the most part while liberals
rely on intellect. Research it yourself, and get wisdom.
Hey hey ... GOD tells us what to think and how to vote. But he did
tell me that he made a huge mistake with Bush....but he does like
Sara's tits ;)
She's definitely got charisma, but she doesn't have great ass.

It's flat.
McGarnagle
2010-09-29 01:54:43 UTC
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On Tue, 28 Sep 2010 18:02:41 -0700, Mack A. Damia
Post by Mack A. Damia
On Tue, 28 Sep 2010 17:52:21 -0700, McGarnagle
Post by McGarnagle
In fact, many libs to this day still believe she said she could see
Russia from her house - a joke on SNL. That's how dumb liberals are
and why they are routed in any form of debate - they debate with their
feelings, not facts.
You don't do your homework. It's exactly the other way around.
Conservatives rely on gut feelings for the most part while liberals
rely on intellect. Research it yourself, and get wisdom.
Why? Because you say so?

I've backed up everything I said with facts.

You've offered nothing but your opinion based on your hateful feelings
towards conservatives.

Thanks for proving my point.
Post by Mack A. Damia
You do make some good points, but you lose your audience when
you refer to "stupid libs", etc.
No, that's when I hurt lib feelings.

I'm not here to win people over, I'm here to ruin your liberal
Internet experience.
Mack A. Damia
2010-09-29 02:04:49 UTC
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On Tue, 28 Sep 2010 18:54:43 -0700, McGarnagle
Post by Pano
On Tue, 28 Sep 2010 18:02:41 -0700, Mack A. Damia
Post by Mack A. Damia
On Tue, 28 Sep 2010 17:52:21 -0700, McGarnagle
Post by McGarnagle
In fact, many libs to this day still believe she said she could see
Russia from her house - a joke on SNL. That's how dumb liberals are
and why they are routed in any form of debate - they debate with their
feelings, not facts.
You don't do your homework. It's exactly the other way around.
Conservatives rely on gut feelings for the most part while liberals
rely on intellect. Research it yourself, and get wisdom.
Why? Because you say so?
I've backed up everything I said with facts.
You've offered nothing but your opinion based on your hateful feelings
towards conservatives.
Not that you'll understand:

http://www.orgonomy.org/articles/Konia/The_Biophysical_Basis_of_Sociopolitical_Thought.pdf
Post by Pano
Thanks for proving my point.
I see it. Your head.
Post by Pano
Post by Mack A. Damia
You do make some good points, but you lose your audience when
you refer to "stupid libs", etc.
No, that's when I hurt lib feelings.
I'm not here to win people over, I'm here to ruin your liberal
Internet experience.
As I said, stool-boi, "popinjay".
McGarnagle
2010-09-29 02:38:03 UTC
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On Tue, 28 Sep 2010 19:04:49 -0700, Mack A. Damia
Post by Mack A. Damia
On Tue, 28 Sep 2010 18:54:43 -0700, McGarnagle
Post by Pano
On Tue, 28 Sep 2010 18:02:41 -0700, Mack A. Damia
Post by Mack A. Damia
On Tue, 28 Sep 2010 17:52:21 -0700, McGarnagle
Post by McGarnagle
In fact, many libs to this day still believe she said she could see
Russia from her house - a joke on SNL. That's how dumb liberals are
and why they are routed in any form of debate - they debate with their
feelings, not facts.
You don't do your homework. It's exactly the other way around.
Conservatives rely on gut feelings for the most part while liberals
rely on intellect. Research it yourself, and get wisdom.
Why? Because you say so?
I've backed up everything I said with facts.
You've offered nothing but your opinion based on your hateful feelings
towards conservatives.
http://www.orgonomy.org/articles/Konia/The_Biophysical_Basis_of_Sociopolitical_Thought.pdf
Thanks for proving my point.

This idiot still can't come up with any factual evidence that Palin
cost McCain the election, but he sure can post links with big words!

Good for you, kid!
Post by Mack A. Damia
Post by Pano
Post by Mack A. Damia
You do make some good points, but you lose your audience when
you refer to "stupid libs", etc.
No, that's when I hurt lib feelings.
I'm not here to win people over, I'm here to ruin your liberal
Internet experience.
As I said, stool-boi, "popinjay".
As I said, you're a witless lib with hurt feelings.
Fattuchus
2010-09-29 08:10:58 UTC
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Post by McGarnagle
This idiot still can't come up with any factual evidence that Palin
cost McCain the election, but he sure can post links with big words!
I don't have the patience to do research on that point right now, but
I can speak for myself. I consider myself to be a moderate . . . . on
some things I am a liberal, on others I am conservative. I believe
there were other moderates out there who felt the same way I did on
election day.

During the months leading up to the Presidential election, we've had
discussions here about politics and the candidates. I believed then
as I do now that Barack Obama was inexperienced and not qualified to
be Pres. of the U.S. although he is intelligent. I was also concerned
about some of his extreme liberal views.

I was not thrilled with Obama or McCain. I agreed and still agree with
more of McCain's views and liked the fact that he is experienced.
After all, the U.S. was and is involved in a war in two countries, and
McCain had admirable military experience. Obama had zilch in that
arena.

Between the two of them, I was leaning toward McCain. However, I was
concerned that he would be the oldest person elected to the
presidency, so I paid close attention to his choice for VP. When he
chose an unknown, blatantly inexperienced ultra conservative (Sarah
Palin), as far as I was concerned, the choice was made for me.

Plus, IMO the Republicans chose Palin, not because of her
qualifications, but because she is a woman, and they thought they
would get some Hillary supporters. I did not appreciate that
condescending pandering. And, BTW, I am a feminist.

I voted for some third party candidate, I was so disgusted.
McGarnagle
2010-09-29 21:01:11 UTC
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On Wed, 29 Sep 2010 01:10:58 -0700 (PDT), Fattuchus
Post by Fattuchus
Post by McGarnagle
This idiot still can't come up with any factual evidence that Palin
cost McCain the election, but he sure can post links with big words!
I don't have the patience to do research on that point right now,
You don't have to. I already have and posted massive evidence that it
was the stock market crash that was the biggest contributor to
McCain's loss.
Post by Fattuchus
but
I can speak for myself.
Yes, and you did so very well. Thanks!
Fattuchus
2010-09-30 09:03:01 UTC
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On Sep 29, 5:01 pm, McGarnagle
Post by McGarnagle
You don't have to. I already have and posted massive evidence that it
was the stock market crash that was the biggest contributor to
McCain's loss.
Post by Fattuchus
but
I can speak for myself.
Yes, and you did so very well. Thanks!
:-)

Les Cargill
2010-09-29 03:57:23 UTC
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Post by Mack A. Damia
On Tue, 28 Sep 2010 17:52:21 -0700, McGarnagle
Post by McGarnagle
In fact, many libs to this day still believe she said she could see
Russia from her house - a joke on SNL. That's how dumb liberals are
and why they are routed in any form of debate - they debate with their
feelings, not facts.
You don't do your homework. It's exactly the other way around.
Conservatives rely on gut feelings for the most part while liberals
rely on intellect. Research it yourself, and get wisdom.
It's both, actually - there are a very small number of
principled, reasoned conservatives and liberals, and
"gut" players on both sides.

Because of media, you get more "gut" these days.
Post by Mack A. Damia
You do make some good points, but you lose your audience when
you refer to "stupid libs", etc.
It's Limbaughism.

--
Les Cargill
McGarnagle
2010-09-29 21:04:04 UTC
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On Tue, 28 Sep 2010 23:57:23 -0400, Les Cargill
Post by Les Cargill
Post by Mack A. Damia
On Tue, 28 Sep 2010 17:52:21 -0700, McGarnagle
Post by McGarnagle
In fact, many libs to this day still believe she said she could see
Russia from her house - a joke on SNL. That's how dumb liberals are
and why they are routed in any form of debate - they debate with their
feelings, not facts.
You don't do your homework. It's exactly the other way around.
Conservatives rely on gut feelings for the most part while liberals
rely on intellect. Research it yourself, and get wisdom.
It's both, actually - there are a very small number of
principled, reasoned conservatives and liberals, and
"gut" players on both sides.
Because of media, you get more "gut" these days.
Post by Mack A. Damia
You do make some good points, but you lose your audience when
you refer to "stupid libs", etc.
It's Limbaughism.
Another lib denying the existence of Keith Olbermann, Rachel Maddow,
Janeane Garofalo and other hateful libs.


Libs - now you know why they are despised by everyone!
Fattuchus
2010-09-29 08:00:13 UTC
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Post by McGarnagle
On Tue, 28 Sep 2010 12:13:46 -0700 (PDT), Fattuchus
Post by Fattuchus
I am not knocking the people of Alaska, but Roosevelt was much more
worldly and well rounded when he became VP than Palin ever was.
Well, *I'm* not talking about education. Education isn't what gets
politicians elected, connecting with people does.
No matter how much you hate Palin or how dumb you think she is, she
has a huge and loyal following.
No doubt Palin has a sizeable and loyal following. But IMO she was
unqualified to be VP or President.
Post by McGarnagle
Sure, she's had some Dan Quayle moments, but Quayle never had her
following.
She is a power house and when she speaks, for better or worse, people
pay attention and she makes headlines.
Yoko Ono makes headlines, too. Lindsey Lohan makes headlines.
Ahmahdingbat (of Iran) makes headlines. You get my point.

None of them are worthy of leading the U.S.
McGarnagle
2010-09-29 21:10:28 UTC
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On Wed, 29 Sep 2010 01:00:13 -0700 (PDT), Fattuchus
Post by Fattuchus
Post by McGarnagle
On Tue, 28 Sep 2010 12:13:46 -0700 (PDT), Fattuchus
Post by Fattuchus
I am not knocking the people of Alaska, but Roosevelt was much more
worldly and well rounded when he became VP than Palin ever was.
Well, *I'm* not talking about education. Education isn't what gets
politicians elected, connecting with people does.
No matter how much you hate Palin or how dumb you think she is, she
has a huge and loyal following.
No doubt Palin has a sizeable and loyal following. But IMO she was
unqualified to be VP or President.
And that's fine, but you said "she had little to offer" McCain and
were wrong.
Post by Fattuchus
Post by McGarnagle
Sure, she's had some Dan Quayle moments, but Quayle never had her
following.
She is a power house and when she speaks, for better or worse, people
pay attention and she makes headlines.
Yoko Ono makes headlines, too. Lindsey Lohan makes headlines.
And neither have ever won an election, swayed an election or served in
Government.
Post by Fattuchus
Ahmahdingbat (of Iran) makes headlines. You get my point.
You mean the president of Iran? I would hope so... he's their
president. LOL
Post by Fattuchus
None of them are worthy of leading the U.S.
...and that's your opinion. You're letting your emotions interfere
with the fact that millions of other think otherwise and that she gave
McCain a bump in the polls and is 25-11 in endorsements this year.
Fattuchus
2010-09-28 19:17:09 UTC
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Post by Revenge of Sith
This was supposed to be Hillary's time, even she lost to the "Magic Negro".
Yes, 2008 was expected to be a Democratic year due to Bush fatigue
after eight years.
I don't understand how people never have anything to back up what they say when it comes to her.
I agree. This claim that Palin didn't have enough experience is
bullshit. She was governor of Alaska as long as Teddy Roosevelt was
governor of New York when William McKinley picked him to be his
running mate in 1900. McKinley was assassinated six months into his
term and Roosevelt became the youngest president in US history.
Here is a bit of Roosevelt's bio from Wiki:

"Theodore "Teddy" Roosevelt (October 27, 1858 – January 6, 1919)
pronounced /ˈroʊzəvɛlt/[1][2] ROE-zə-velt) was the 26th President of
the United States. He is famous for his energetic personality, range
of interests and achievements, leadership of the Progressive Movement,
and his "cowboy" image and robust masculinity.[3] He was a leader of
the Republican Party and founder of the short-lived Progressive ("Bull
Moose") Party of 1912. Before becoming President (1901–1909) he held
offices at the municipal, state, and federal level of government.
Roosevelt's achievements as a naturalist, explorer, hunter, author,
and soldier are as much a part of his fame as any office he held as a
politician.

Born to a wealthy family, Roosevelt was an unhealthy child suffering
from asthma who stayed at home studying natural history. In response
to his physical weakness, he embraced a strenuous life. He was home
schooled and became a passionate student of nature. He attended
Harvard, where he boxed and developed an interest in naval affairs. A
year out of Harvard, in 1881 he ran for a seat in the state
legislature. His first historical book, The Naval War of 1812,
published in 1882, established his reputation as a serious historian.
After a few years of living in the Badlands, Roosevelt returned to New
York City, where he gained fame for fighting police corruption. He was
effectively running the US Department of the Navy when the Spanish
American War broke out; he resigned and led a small regiment in Cuba
known as the Rough Riders, earning himself a nomination for the Medal
of Honor (which was received posthumously on his behalf on January 16,
2001). After the war, he returned to New York and was elected
governor; two years later he was elected Vice President of the United
States."
UsurperTom
2010-09-28 21:10:48 UTC
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His first historical book, The Naval War of 1812, published in 1882, established his reputation as a serious historian.
You'd appreciate what Teddy Roosevelt wrote about Islam;-)

"Christianity is not the creed of Asia and Africa at this moment
solely because the seventh century Christians of Asia and Africa had
trained themselves not to fight, whereas the Moslems were trained to
fight.

Christianity was saved in Europe solely because the peoples of Europe
fought. If the peoples of Europe in the seventh and eighth centuries,
an on up to and including the seventeenth century, had not possessed a
military equality with, and gradually a growing superiority over the
Mohammedans who invaded Europe, Europe would at this moment be
Mohammedan and the Christian religion would be exterminated.

Wherever the Mohammedans have had complete sway, wherever the
Christians have been unable to resist them by the sword, Christianity
has ultimately disappeared. From the hammer of Charles Martel to the
sword of Sobieski, Christianity owed its safety in Europe to the fact
that it was able to show that it could and would fight as well as the
Mohammedan aggressor. .....

The civilization of Europe, American and Australia exists today at all
only because of the victories of civilized man over the enemies of
civilization because of victories through the centuries from Charles
Martel in the eighth century and those of John Sobieski in the
seventeenth century. During the thousand years that included the
careers of the Frankish soldier and the Polish king, the Christians of
Asia and Africa proved unable to wage successful war with the Moslem
conquerors; and in consequence Christianity practically vanished from
the two continents; and today, nobody can find in them any 'social
values' whatever, in the sense in which we use the words, so far as
the sphere of Mohammedan influences are concerned.

There are such 'social values' today in Europe, America and Australia
only because during those thousand years, the Christians of Europe
possessed the warlike power to do what the Christians of Asia and
Africa had failed to do -- that is, to beat back the Moslem invader."
Tony Elka
2010-09-29 01:29:46 UTC
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Post by UsurperTom
His first historical book, The Naval War of 1812, published in 1882,
established his reputation as a serious historian.
You'd appreciate what Teddy Roosevelt wrote about Islam;-)
"the government of the United States of America is not, in any sense,
founded on the Christian religion, as it has in itself no character of
enmity against the laws, religion or tranquility of Musselmen."

- Thomas Jefferson, from the Treaty of Tripoli, 1786.


Note: Musselmen = Muslims

Tony
Fattuchus
2010-09-29 07:56:54 UTC
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Post by UsurperTom
His first historical book, The Naval War of 1812, published in 1882, established his reputation as a serious historian.
You'd appreciate what Teddy Roosevelt wrote about Islam;-)
"Christianity is not the creed of Asia and Africa at this moment
solely because the seventh century Christians of Asia and Africa had
trained themselves not to fight, whereas the Moslems were trained to
fight.
Christianity was saved in Europe solely because the peoples of Europe
fought. If the peoples of Europe in the seventh and eighth centuries,
an on up to and including the seventeenth century, had not possessed a
military equality with, and gradually a growing superiority over the
Mohammedans who invaded Europe, Europe would at this moment be
Mohammedan and the Christian religion would be exterminated.
Wherever the Mohammedans have had complete sway, wherever the
Christians have been unable to resist them by the sword, Christianity
has ultimately disappeared. From the hammer of Charles Martel to the
sword of Sobieski, Christianity owed its safety in Europe to the fact
that it was able to show that it could and would fight as well as the
Mohammedan aggressor. .....
The civilization of Europe, American and Australia exists today at all
only because of the victories of civilized man over the enemies of
civilization because of victories through the centuries from Charles
Martel in the eighth century and those of John Sobieski in the
seventeenth century. During the thousand years that included the
careers of the Frankish soldier and the Polish king, the Christians of
Asia and Africa proved unable to wage successful war with the Moslem
conquerors; and in consequence Christianity practically vanished from
the two continents; and today, nobody can find in them any 'social
values' whatever, in the sense in which we use the words, so far as
the sphere of Mohammedan influences are concerned.
There are such 'social values' today in Europe, America and Australia
only because during those thousand years, the Christians of Europe
possessed the warlike power to do what the Christians of Asia and
Africa had failed to do -- that is, to beat back the Moslem invader."
Well, there ya go!
Les Cargill
2010-09-29 03:53:02 UTC
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Post by Revenge of Sith
This was supposed to be Hillary's time, even she lost to the "Magic Negro".
Yes, 2008 was expected to be a Democratic year due to Bush fatigue
after eight years.
I don't understand how people never have anything to back up what they say when it comes to her.
I agree. This claim that Palin didn't have enough experience is
bullshit. She was governor of Alaska as long as Teddy Roosevelt was
governor of New York when William McKinley picked him to be his
running mate in 1900. McKinley was assassinated six months into his
term and Roosevelt became the youngest president in US history.
Maybe you are right - your point is excellent. But for
whatever reason, it's very difficult to attribute much
depth to her. Roosevelt had done a *lot* of stuff
before then, was a public intellectual and a 1000
horsepower dynamo of a man. Gallon of coffee a day....

--
Les Cargill
Jeff
2010-09-28 20:31:30 UTC
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Post by McGarnagle
On Mon, 27 Sep 2010 23:12:00 -0700 (PDT), Fattuchus
Post by UsurperTom
The choice of VP was very important for McCain
It was because McCain's age was a liability that he had to pick
somebody way younger and less experienced than him to be his running
mate.
I respectfully disagree.  He could have chosen someone a little
younger with lots of experience.
Like who?
Name anyone who would have gotten McCain elected.
This was supposed to be Hillary's time, even she lost to the "Magic
Negro".
Also, a white male would have brought nothing to the ticket in a
Post by UsurperTom
year of change. McCain also had problems with the Republican base, so
he had to pick someone with solid conservative credentials. If it
wasn't for Palin, many conservatives would have either voted third
party or stayed home.
IMO by chosing Palin, he turned off a lot of moderates.  She had
little to offer except for her conservative views; and her views
appealed to just so many people.  Plus she was inexperienced and
appeared unqualified.
Palin is the second most admired woman in the US, one point behind
Hillary Clinton. That's hardly "little to offer".
I can understand the hate for Palin, but I don't understand how people
never have anything to back up what they say when it comes to her.
http://politicalhumor.about.com/od/sarahpalin/a/palin-top-10.htm
McGarnagle
2010-09-29 01:07:24 UTC
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On Tue, 28 Sep 2010 13:31:30 -0700 (PDT), Jeff
Post by Jeff
Post by McGarnagle
On Mon, 27 Sep 2010 23:12:00 -0700 (PDT), Fattuchus
Post by UsurperTom
The choice of VP was very important for McCain
It was because McCain's age was a liability that he had to pick
somebody way younger and less experienced than him to be his running
mate.
I respectfully disagree.  He could have chosen someone a little
younger with lots of experience.
Like who?
Name anyone who would have gotten McCain elected.
This was supposed to be Hillary's time, even she lost to the "Magic
Negro".
Also, a white male would have brought nothing to the ticket in a
Post by UsurperTom
year of change. McCain also had problems with the Republican base, so
he had to pick someone with solid conservative credentials. If it
wasn't for Palin, many conservatives would have either voted third
party or stayed home.
IMO by chosing Palin, he turned off a lot of moderates.  She had
little to offer except for her conservative views; and her views
appealed to just so many people.  Plus she was inexperienced and
appeared unqualified.
Palin is the second most admired woman in the US, one point behind
Hillary Clinton. That's hardly "little to offer".
I can understand the hate for Palin, but I don't understand how people
never have anything to back up what they say when it comes to her.
http://politicalhumor.about.com/od/sarahpalin/a/palin-top-10.htm
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Pano
2010-09-29 01:12:54 UTC
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Post by McGarnagle
http://img6.imageshack.us/img6/8356/obamachimpinchiefkw1.jpg
You lose...
Why is your mom with the president?
McGarnagle
2010-09-29 01:48:23 UTC
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Post by Pano
On Tue, 28 Sep 2010 18:07:24 -0700, McGarnagle
Post by McGarnagle
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You lose...
Why is your mom with the president?
She's helping pass a law to keep dumbfucks like you off of USENET so
you won't get your lib feelings hurt.
Pano
2010-09-29 01:55:51 UTC
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On Tue, 28 Sep 2010 18:48:23 -0700, McGarnagle
Post by McGarnagle
Post by Pano
On Tue, 28 Sep 2010 18:07:24 -0700, McGarnagle
Post by McGarnagle
http://img6.imageshack.us/img6/8356/obamachimpinchiefkw1.jpg
You lose...
Why is your mom with the president?
She's helping pass a law to keep dumbfucks like you off of USENET so
you won't get your lib feelings hurt.
How wood your mommy getting ass fucked bother me?
Mack A. Damia
2010-09-29 02:05:49 UTC
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Post by Pano
On Tue, 28 Sep 2010 18:48:23 -0700, McGarnagle
Post by McGarnagle
Post by Pano
On Tue, 28 Sep 2010 18:07:24 -0700, McGarnagle
Post by McGarnagle
http://img6.imageshack.us/img6/8356/obamachimpinchiefkw1.jpg
You lose...
Why is your mom with the president?
She's helping pass a law to keep dumbfucks like you off of USENET so
you won't get your lib feelings hurt.
How wood your mommy getting ass fucked bother me?
Run along, stool-boi. We've had enough of you.
The Nice Mean Man
2010-09-29 03:31:36 UTC
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Post by Pano
On Tue, 28 Sep 2010 18:48:23 -0700, McGarnagle
Post by McGarnagle
Post by Pano
On Tue, 28 Sep 2010 18:07:24 -0700, McGarnagle
Post by McGarnagle
http://img6.imageshack.us/img6/8356/obamachimpinchiefkw1.jpg
You lose...
Why is your mom with the president?
She's helping pass a law to keep dumbfucks like you off of USENET so
you won't get your lib feelings hurt.
How wood your mommy getting ass fucked bother me?
Run along, stool-boi.  We've had enough of you.- Hide quoted text -
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Mister, I'm a better man that you...
Tony Elka
2010-09-29 03:43:03 UTC
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Mister, I'm a better man that you...
He could carve a better man than you out of a banana.

Tony
The Nice Mean Man
2010-09-29 14:20:52 UTC
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Mister, I'm a better man that you...
He could carve a better man than you out of a banana.
Tony
First he'd have to withdraw it from his ass. And that ain't gonna
happen.


TNMM
Mack A. Damia
2010-09-29 14:52:35 UTC
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On Wed, 29 Sep 2010 07:20:52 -0700 (PDT), The Nice Mean Man
Post by The Nice Mean Man
Post by Tony Elka
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Post by The Nice Mean Man
Mister, I'm a better man that you...
He could carve a better man than you out of a banana.
Tony
First he'd have to withdraw it from his ass. And that ain't gonna
happen.
Not with your tongue in the way.
The Nice Mean Man
2010-09-30 04:46:13 UTC
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Post by Mack A. Damia
On Wed, 29 Sep 2010 07:20:52 -0700 (PDT), The Nice Mean Man
Post by The Nice Mean Man
Post by Tony Elka
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Post by The Nice Mean Man
Mister, I'm a better man that you...
He could carve a better man than you out of a banana.
Tony
First he'd have to withdraw it from his ass. And that ain't gonna
happen.
Not with your tongue in the way.
Well, well, well..... Lookie what we got us here... A loony lefty
coward who finally chided back! LOL...!!! Just couldn’t resist. Dat B
kool, Mac the RAT. Dat B kool. You get your little jab in there, fine.
But it'll cost you! Just like it already has! Thanks, Mac the RAT. You
pay off, baby. And in more ways than you apparently even know.



The Nice Mean Man
Tony Elka
2010-09-29 15:48:59 UTC
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First he'd have to withdraw it from his ass. And that ain't gonna
happen.
Another poster to be filtered. There's simply no good reason to endure
your unpleasant variety of brain drool.

Have fun ranting out of my earshot from now on.

Tony
JJTj
2010-09-29 16:05:32 UTC
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Post by Tony Elka
Another poster to be filtered. There's simply no good reason to endure
your unpleasant variety of brain drool.
So when someone posts something you don't like,
you hide your head in the sand? So brave of you.
Post by Tony Elka
Have fun ranting out of my earshot from now on.
You seem to think people really give a slag's spanked
ass if you read them? Posts are just made, if people
read them, or not, who cares. Well, spankie does.

You are too full of yourself. I just laugh.

Read my post? Not read it..? Who cares.

You need a life outside of spanking your slag
wife so rubes who pay you $$ can jerk off to
her shameful acts, and thinking that YOU
matter to anyone here. All you are is cheap
entertainment. And to be honest, barely that.

But you keep pretending to yourself that U matter.

..while the world laughs..


JJTj






-------------------------------------------------------------
Don't go away MAD, here's a SASE for you to fill out telling
me how tasty my dust is, and an order blank for re-fills....

..ok....NOW you can go......
-------------------------------------------------------------
Tony Elka
2010-09-29 16:10:48 UTC
Permalink
Post by JJTj
So when someone posts something you don't like,
you hide your head in the sand? So brave of you.
No. I kill-file losers that repeatedly demonstrate that they have
nothing worthwhile to say. Garbage that no sane person would
deliberately expose themselves to repeatedly.

Note: I haven't done this with you. For some reason, I don't think
you're a lost cause. Yet.
Post by JJTj
You seem to think people really give a slag's spanked
ass if you read them? Posts are just made, if people
read them, or not, who cares. Well, spankie does.
Snarky attitude noted.
Post by JJTj
You need a life outside of spanking your slag
wife so rubes who pay you $$ can jerk off to
her shameful acts, and thinking that YOU
matter to anyone here. All you are is cheap
entertainment. And to be honest, barely that.
Rather than respond with a similar attitude, I'll just ask you straight
out: what makes you think our business takes up all our time, and that
we wouldn't have a life outside of it?

Try to answer without labels if you can.

Tony
McGarnagle
2010-09-29 21:12:24 UTC
Permalink
On Wed, 29 Sep 2010 08:48:59 -0700, Tony Elka
Post by Tony Elka
In article
Post by The Nice Mean Man
First he'd have to withdraw it from his ass. And that ain't gonna
happen.
Another poster to be filtered. There's simply no good reason to endure
your unpleasant variety of brain drool.
Have fun ranting out of my earshot from now on.
Tony
LOL


Coming from the guy who sells pornos with spanking and butt plug
insertions.

Typical hypocritical liberal sicko.
McGarnagle
2010-09-29 02:41:21 UTC
Permalink
Post by Pano
On Tue, 28 Sep 2010 18:48:23 -0700, McGarnagle
Post by McGarnagle
Post by Pano
On Tue, 28 Sep 2010 18:07:24 -0700, McGarnagle
Post by McGarnagle
http://img6.imageshack.us/img6/8356/obamachimpinchiefkw1.jpg
You lose...
Why is your mom with the president?
She's helping pass a law to keep dumbfucks like you off of USENET so
you won't get your lib feelings hurt.
How wood your mommy getting ass fucked bother me?
Maybe because you're the one not getting ass fucked, but pussy fucked
instead?
Mack A. Damia
2010-09-29 11:18:28 UTC
Permalink
On Tue, 28 Sep 2010 19:41:21 -0700, McGarnagle
Post by McGarnagle
Post by Pano
On Tue, 28 Sep 2010 18:48:23 -0700, McGarnagle
Post by McGarnagle
Post by Pano
On Tue, 28 Sep 2010 18:07:24 -0700, McGarnagle
Post by McGarnagle
http://img6.imageshack.us/img6/8356/obamachimpinchiefkw1.jpg
You lose...
Why is your mom with the president?
She's helping pass a law to keep dumbfucks like you off of USENET so
you won't get your lib feelings hurt.
How wood your mommy getting ass fucked bother me?
Maybe because you're the one not getting ass fucked, but pussy fucked
instead?
Example of your great wit, stool-boi?

You're delusional, too.
McGarnagle
2010-09-29 21:13:49 UTC
Permalink
On Wed, 29 Sep 2010 04:18:28 -0700, Mack A. Damia
Post by Mack A. Damia
On Tue, 28 Sep 2010 19:41:21 -0700, McGarnagle
Post by McGarnagle
Post by Pano
On Tue, 28 Sep 2010 18:48:23 -0700, McGarnagle
Post by McGarnagle
Post by Pano
On Tue, 28 Sep 2010 18:07:24 -0700, McGarnagle
Post by McGarnagle
http://img6.imageshack.us/img6/8356/obamachimpinchiefkw1.jpg
You lose...
Why is your mom with the president?
She's helping pass a law to keep dumbfucks like you off of USENET so
you won't get your lib feelings hurt.
How wood your mommy getting ass fucked bother me?
Maybe because you're the one not getting ass fucked, but pussy fucked
instead?
Example of your great wit, stool-boi?
You're delusional, too.
Ah, someone got their feelings hurt.
Les Cargill
2010-09-29 03:51:09 UTC
Permalink
Post by McGarnagle
On Mon, 27 Sep 2010 23:12:00 -0700 (PDT), Fattuchus
<snip>
Post by McGarnagle
Palin is the second most admired woman in the US, one point behind
Hillary Clinton. That's hardly "little to offer".
Those are two different things. Do you *really* want her finger on The
Button? Old Cast Iron Hillary we know pretty good - she's reliable.

Not so sure about Palin, I am.
Post by McGarnagle
I can understand the hate for Palin, but I don't understand how people
never have anything to back up what they say when it comes to her.
I don't hate her; I just don't like her. I get the
feeling she'd put one of her kids to the sword to get
elected. I can't tell that there's anything in her head
at all. And to be brutally frank, real Fundies ( and she
are one ) have an uncomfortable level of comfort with the
idea that The Apocalypse Is Near.

You'll love this - she's exactly like Obama - somebody
who's come up too fast in the world. Only thing she's
got on him is that her husband runs a real business.
But she's a total princess. Obama is nonperforming
in serious ways because he ain't got enough miles
on him. He's a princeling.

FWIW, Jerry Pournelle has a good blurb from David
Friedman about O'Donnel.

http://pournelle.com/view/2010/Q3/view642.html#Monday
"O'Donnell is an example of citizen government. If self government is
to work, someone other than professional politicians must be willing to
govern. " and "I am certain that O'Donnell will never vote for many of
the horrors that have become law."

Thing is - I am undecided myself about this. I fear people like
Palin will simply be fresh meat for the slick boys inside
the Beltway. I don't a) know how to de-profesionalize
politics and b) know that it is a good idea. I can't compare
these folks in my mind to say, Tip O'Neil. They just don't
have that gravitas.

And the story most people have about the deficits look
like they're just absolute bosh - the Fed can buy *lots*
of T-bonds. Indeed, the story about deficits is *dangerous*
now - we should know bvery scientifically what the limits
are, and we just don't. But we have to have growth....
Post by McGarnagle
McCain was a tired old man who was just happy to be there. He ran an
unimaginative campaign
That's really not true - he did a lot of innovative things. But
he lost his coherence.
Post by McGarnagle
and was never in it except for the few days
after he announced Palin as his running mate.
That's actually true. Which is weird. And I don't think we know what
that means, either.

I'll say it again - the last time we had this kinda full-moon
politics in America, it was the Know-Nothings, and that
led indirectly to the downfall of the Whig Party. When the
Bull Moose party happened, it led to 40+ years of Democrats.

--
Les Cargill
McGarnagle
2010-09-29 21:29:31 UTC
Permalink
On Tue, 28 Sep 2010 23:51:09 -0400, Les Cargill
Post by Les Cargill
Post by McGarnagle
On Mon, 27 Sep 2010 23:12:00 -0700 (PDT), Fattuchus
<snip>
Post by McGarnagle
Palin is the second most admired woman in the US, one point behind
Hillary Clinton. That's hardly "little to offer".
Those are two different things. Do you *really* want her finger on The
Button? Old Cast Iron Hillary we know pretty good - she's reliable.
You're missing the point.

I said she wasn't the one who cost McCain the election and showed
facts that prove my point.

I also said she is a viable force in politics and showed facts to
prove it.
Post by Les Cargill
Not so sure about Palin, I am.
Post by McGarnagle
I can understand the hate for Palin, but I don't understand how people
never have anything to back up what they say when it comes to her.
I don't hate her; I just don't like her.
Hence your changing the subject from "She is a viable force in
politics" to "You would really trust her with the button?"

Thanks for proving the points I brought up and how people let their
emotions overtake them when it comes to Palin.
Post by Les Cargill
You'll love this - she's exactly like Obama -
The big difference being Obama has had the advantage of the liberal
press worshipping him, while she has been singled out in the opposite
way.

It's incredible in itself that she is still as popular as she is after
the constant and mean-spirited attacks bestowed upon her by the
liberal media.
Post by Les Cargill
Post by McGarnagle
McCain was a tired old man who was just happy to be there. He ran an
unimaginative campaign
That's really not true - he did a lot of innovative things. But
he lost his coherence.
The most innovative thing he did was choose Palin and in the end it
wasn't enough. Obama was guaranteed that election. He played by the
rules for way too long and didn't go after Obama and his associations
until the last few weeks.
Post by Les Cargill
Post by McGarnagle
and was never in it except for the few days
after he announced Palin as his running mate.
That's actually true. Which is weird. And I don't think we know what
that means, either.
I'll say it again - the last time we had this kinda full-moon
politics in America, it was the Know-Nothings, and that
led indirectly to the downfall of the Whig Party. When the
Bull Moose party happened, it led to 40+ years of Democrats.
The last time this happened Jimmy Carter lost and the Republicans
enjoyed 12 years of rule afterwards.

The best thing ever to happen to Republicans was the election of
Obama. Bush is even polling higher than him. Bush, who was left for
dead just a year and a half ago. This is unprecedented, really...


"Things have gotten so bad for Obama, that even Jimmy Carter compared
him to Jimmy Carter." - Jay Leno
McGarnagle
2010-09-27 22:32:59 UTC
Permalink
On Mon, 27 Sep 2010 07:40:05 -0700 (PDT), Jeff
Post by Jeff
http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2010/09/24/cnn-poll-obama-at-all...
September 24th, 2010
CNN Poll: Obama at all time low
(CNN) – President Barack Obama is contending with the lowest approval
rating of his 20-month presidency, a new CNN/Opinion Research
Corporation poll finds.
The president's approval rating now stands at 42 percent – an all time
low in CNN polling and 8 points lower than where Obama was only three
weeks ago. Moreover, 56 percent of all Americans think the president
has fallen short of their expectations.
No surprise to me.  Pres. Obama was elected with very high hopes.  No
matter who is in power, the voters want results.
McCain was defeated because the public blamed Republicans for the poor
economy.
choosing Palin cost him the election, and 8 years of Bush.
Looks like you were too young to remember. Facts clearly show that
McCain took the lead after Sarah Palin was announced as his VP. He
then lost the lead after the stock market crash.

...and anyone with a half ounce of brain knows that McCain didn't
stand a chance in a year that heavily favored the Democrat anyway.

Let stupidity and lack of facts continue to dominate your posts, we
want libs to stay stupid and uninformed.



Facts, libs hate them.

This is from Fox on Sep 24 showing McCain had already lost the lead
because of the economic collapse on Sep 15 -


http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,427241,00.html


FOX News Poll: Obama Reclaims Lead Over McCain, 45% to 39%


Barack Obama has recaptured the lead — 45 percent to 39 percent — over
John McCain in the presidential race, according to a FOX News poll
released Wednesday.


In addition, the poll shows Obama has improved his position on the
most important issue to voters this year — the economy. He is seen as
the best candidate to handle the nation's economy, and more voters
also say he would be better at handling the current financial crisis
facing the country.


Opinion Dynamics Corp. conducted the national telephone poll of 900
registered voters for FOX News from September 22 to September 23.


McCain held a 3-point advantage earlier this month immediately after
the Republican convention (September 8-9). Before that Obama had a
3-point lead going into the Democratic convention (August 19-20).


http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/elections2/el...

McCain’s Fortunes Fell With the Stock Market


For John McCain, the crash of Lehman Brothers on Wall Street was worse
than the Crash of 1929. Looking back over the course of the campaign,
it seems clear that the financial meltdown in mid-September was the
final, decisive, event that secured Obama’s path to the White House.


McCain stole some of Obama’s bounce with his surprise announcement the
day after the Democratic convention closed of Alaska Governor Sarah
Palin as his running mate. The 44-year-old former beauty queen and
hard-nosed reformer was a fresh face in the race, added youth to the
ticket and also fired up McCain’s Republican base which had largely
been going through the motions up until then. National media coverage
of Palin was mostly critical, but she far exceeded expectations with
her speech to the Republican National Convention in Minneapolis in
early September. Republicans bolted out of the convention ready to
win, and it showed in the polls.


The week of September 8-14 McCain was ahead for the first time – but
by only one point. Obama reclaimed a one-point lead the following
week. Basically the race was tied going into the last six weeks of the
campaign.


Then on September 15, the 158-year-old investment banking firm of
Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy protection, marking the largest
bankruptcy in U.S. history. The bursting housing bubble had hit Wall
Street. Other firms fell like dominoes, and the resulting “financial
meltdown” dominated the front pages. The Bush Administration stepped
in with a proposal for unprecedented federal government involvement in
the private sector and hammered out an agreement with the
Democratic-led Congress. There was plenty of blame to go around, but
for voters it was the final nail in the coffin of the Bush years and
Republican governance.


Voters agreed things were bad, and the economy for most was the number
one issue in the campaign. Interestingly, the same voters who think
most of the media was trying to help Obama told us in July that
reporters make the economy look worse than it really is. These
findings and others suggest that, along with McCain, the media may be
the other big loser in this year’s election


http://www.cctv.com/english/20081024/100719.shtml


10-24-2008


WASHINGTON, Oct. 23 (Xinhua) -- Republican presidential candidate John
McCain lost his lead in rural American voters as more of them favored
his Democratic rival, Barack Obama, in handling the country's economic
crisis, said a poll released on Thursday.


About 49 percent of rural voters favored Obama on key issue of the
economy, while 40 percent supported McCain in this regard.


The result was in strong contrast with a poll released a month ago,
showing McCain led by 51 percent to 41 percent among rural voters.


http://www.businessinsider.com/2008/9/mccain-s-odds-crash-along-with-...

McCain's Odds Crash Along With Stock Market
PrintHenry Blodget | Sep. 29, 2008, 9:00 PM


Last week, before John McCain "suspended his campaign" to rush to
Washington to save the country's financial system, Intrade gave him a
48% chance of winning the presidency. By Saturday, after two days of
bizarre flip-flops on Friday's debate, a broken vow not to leave
Washington until a deal was in place, and a debate that most people
thought he lost, McCain's odds had dropped to 44%.


But that collapse was nothing. Now, with the stock market plummeting,
McCain having failed to deliver enough Republican votes for the
bailout, and Americans presumably wanting to do away with anything
that reminds them of Bush, McCain's odds have hit a recent, post-Palin
low of 37%.


-----


http://www.reuters.com/article/idUSTRE4998X420081014


Oct 14, 2008


McCain has sought to regain his footing on economic issues for the
past three weeks after drawing criticism for saying the U.S. economy's
fundamentals were strong despite brewing signs of crisis on Wall
Street that ultimately gave way to the biggest stock market drop since
the Great Depression.


During that time Obama has prospered, moving from a tie with McCain in
national polls to a lead. In bad news for the McCain campaign, a
Quinnipiac University/Wall Street Journal/Washingtonpost.com poll on
Tuesday gave Obama sizable leads in four battleground states.


On the eve of the debate, McCain and running mate Sarah Palin
headlined a Republican fundraiser in New York. The event, where
attendees paid at least $2,300 a plate, was expected to rake in more
than $8 million, mostly due to Palin's celebrity status among
Republican donors, a campaign aide said.


--------
Jeff
2010-09-28 00:50:48 UTC
Permalink
Post by McGarnagle
On Mon, 27 Sep 2010 07:40:05 -0700 (PDT), Jeff
Post by Jeff
http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2010/09/24/cnn-poll-obama-at-all...
September 24th, 2010
CNN Poll: Obama at all time low
(CNN) – President Barack Obama is contending with the lowest approval
rating of his 20-month presidency, a new CNN/Opinion Research
Corporation poll finds.
The president's approval rating now stands at 42 percent – an all time
low in CNN polling and 8 points lower than where Obama was only three
weeks ago. Moreover, 56 percent of all Americans think the president
has fallen short of their expectations.
No surprise to me.  Pres. Obama was elected with very high hopes.  No
matter who is in power, the voters want results.
McCain was defeated because the public blamed Republicans for the poor
economy.
choosing Palin cost him the election, and 8 years of Bush.
Looks like you were too young to remember. Facts clearly show that
McCain took the lead after Sarah Palin was announced as his VP. He
then lost the lead after the stock market crash.
...and anyone with a half ounce of brain knows that McCain didn't
stand a chance in a year that heavily favored the Democrat anyway.
Let stupidity and lack of facts continue to dominate your posts, we
want libs to stay stupid and uninformed.
Facts, libs hate them.
This is from Fox on Sep 24 showing McCain had already lost the lead
because of the economic collapse on Sep 15 -
http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,427241,00.html
FOX News Poll: Obama Reclaims Lead Over McCain, 45% to 39%
Barack Obama has recaptured the lead — 45 percent to 39 percent — over
John McCain in the presidential race, according to a FOX News poll
released Wednesday.
In addition, the poll shows Obama has improved his position on the
most important issue to voters this year — the economy. He is seen as
the best candidate to handle the nation's economy, and more voters
also say he would be better at handling the current financial crisis
facing the country.
Opinion Dynamics Corp. conducted the national telephone poll of 900
registered voters for FOX News from September 22 to September 23.
McCain held a 3-point advantage earlier this month immediately after
the Republican convention (September 8-9). Before that Obama had a
3-point lead going into the Democratic convention (August 19-20).
http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/elections2/el...
McCain’s Fortunes Fell With the Stock Market
For John McCain, the crash of Lehman Brothers on Wall Street was worse
than the Crash of 1929. Looking back over the course of the campaign,
it seems clear that the financial meltdown in mid-September was the
final, decisive, event that secured Obama’s path to the White House.
McCain stole some of Obama’s bounce with his surprise announcement the
day after the Democratic convention closed of Alaska Governor Sarah
Palin as his running mate. The 44-year-old former beauty queen and
hard-nosed reformer was a fresh face in the race, added youth to the
ticket and also fired up McCain’s Republican base which had largely
been going through the motions up until then. National media coverage
of Palin was mostly critical, but she far exceeded expectations with
her speech to the Republican National Convention in Minneapolis in
early September. Republicans bolted out of the convention ready to
win, and it showed in the polls.
The week of September 8-14 McCain was ahead for the first time – but
by only one point. Obama reclaimed a one-point lead the following
week. Basically the race was tied going into the last six weeks of the
campaign.
Then on September 15, the 158-year-old investment banking firm of
Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy protection, marking the largest
bankruptcy in U.S. history. The bursting housing bubble had hit Wall
Street. Other firms fell like dominoes, and the resulting “financial
meltdown” dominated the front pages. The Bush Administration stepped
in with a proposal for unprecedented federal government involvement in
the private sector and hammered out an agreement with the
Democratic-led Congress. There was plenty of blame to go around, but
for voters it was the final nail in the coffin of the Bush years and
Republican governance.
Voters agreed things were bad, and the economy for most was the number
one issue in the campaign. Interestingly, the same voters who think
most of the media was trying to help Obama told us in July that
reporters make the economy look worse than it really is. These
findings and others suggest that, along with McCain, the media may be
the other big loser in this year’s election
http://www.cctv.com/english/20081024/100719.shtml
10-24-2008
WASHINGTON, Oct. 23 (Xinhua) -- Republican presidential candidate John
McCain lost his lead in rural American voters as more of them favored
his Democratic rival, Barack Obama, in handling the country's economic
crisis, said a poll released on Thursday.
About 49 percent of rural voters favored Obama on key issue of the
economy, while 40 percent supported McCain in this regard.
The result was in strong contrast with a poll released a month ago,
showing McCain led by 51 percent to 41 percent among rural voters.
http://www.businessinsider.com/2008/9/mccain-s-odds-crash-along-with-...
McCain's Odds Crash Along With Stock Market
PrintHenry Blodget | Sep. 29, 2008, 9:00 PM
Last week, before John McCain "suspended his campaign" to rush to
Washington to save the country's financial system, Intrade gave him a
48% chance of winning the presidency. By Saturday, after two days of
bizarre flip-flops on Friday's debate, a broken vow not to leave
Washington until a deal was in place, and a debate that most people
thought he lost, McCain's odds had dropped to 44%.
But that collapse was nothing. Now, with the stock market plummeting,
McCain having failed to deliver enough Republican votes for the
bailout, and Americans presumably wanting to do away with anything
that reminds them of Bush, McCain's odds have hit a recent, post-Palin
low of 37%.
-----
http://www.reuters.com/article/idUSTRE4998X420081014
Oct 14, 2008
McCain has sought to regain his footing on economic issues for the
past three weeks after drawing criticism for saying the U.S. economy's
fundamentals were strong despite brewing signs of crisis on Wall
Street that ultimately gave way to the biggest stock market drop since
the Great Depression.
During that time Obama has prospered, moving from a tie with McCain in
national polls to a lead. In bad news for the McCain campaign, a
Quinnipiac University/Wall Street Journal/Washingtonpost.com poll on
Tuesday gave Obama sizable leads in four battleground states.
On the eve of the debate, McCain and running mate Sarah Palin
headlined a Republican fundraiser in New York. The event, where
attendees paid at least $2,300 a plate, was expected to rake in more
than $8 million, mostly due to Palin's celebrity status among
Republican donors, a campaign aide said.
--------
The thing is, you dwell on this stuff in the wrong group. It's called
"spamming".
McGarnagle
2010-09-28 06:07:10 UTC
Permalink
On Mon, 27 Sep 2010 17:50:48 -0700 (PDT), Jeff
Post by Jeff
Post by McGarnagle
On Mon, 27 Sep 2010 07:40:05 -0700 (PDT), Jeff
Post by Jeff
http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2010/09/24/cnn-poll-obama-at-all...
September 24th, 2010
CNN Poll: Obama at all time low
(CNN) – President Barack Obama is contending with the lowest approval
rating of his 20-month presidency, a new CNN/Opinion Research
Corporation poll finds.
The president's approval rating now stands at 42 percent – an all time
low in CNN polling and 8 points lower than where Obama was only three
weeks ago. Moreover, 56 percent of all Americans think the president
has fallen short of their expectations.
No surprise to me.  Pres. Obama was elected with very high hopes.  No
matter who is in power, the voters want results.
McCain was defeated because the public blamed Republicans for the poor
economy.
choosing Palin cost him the election, and 8 years of Bush.
Looks like you were too young to remember. Facts clearly show that
McCain took the lead after Sarah Palin was announced as his VP. He
then lost the lead after the stock market crash.
...and anyone with a half ounce of brain knows that McCain didn't
stand a chance in a year that heavily favored the Democrat anyway.
Let stupidity and lack of facts continue to dominate your posts, we
want libs to stay stupid and uninformed.
Facts, libs hate them.
This is from Fox on Sep 24 showing McCain had already lost the lead
because of the economic collapse on Sep 15 -
http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,427241,00.html
FOX News Poll: Obama Reclaims Lead Over McCain, 45% to 39%
Barack Obama has recaptured the lead — 45 percent to 39 percent — over
John McCain in the presidential race, according to a FOX News poll
released Wednesday.
In addition, the poll shows Obama has improved his position on the
most important issue to voters this year — the economy. He is seen as
the best candidate to handle the nation's economy, and more voters
also say he would be better at handling the current financial crisis
facing the country.
Opinion Dynamics Corp. conducted the national telephone poll of 900
registered voters for FOX News from September 22 to September 23.
McCain held a 3-point advantage earlier this month immediately after
the Republican convention (September 8-9). Before that Obama had a
3-point lead going into the Democratic convention (August 19-20).
http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/elections2/el...
McCain’s Fortunes Fell With the Stock Market
For John McCain, the crash of Lehman Brothers on Wall Street was worse
than the Crash of 1929. Looking back over the course of the campaign,
it seems clear that the financial meltdown in mid-September was the
final, decisive, event that secured Obama’s path to the White House.
McCain stole some of Obama’s bounce with his surprise announcement the
day after the Democratic convention closed of Alaska Governor Sarah
Palin as his running mate. The 44-year-old former beauty queen and
hard-nosed reformer was a fresh face in the race, added youth to the
ticket and also fired up McCain’s Republican base which had largely
been going through the motions up until then. National media coverage
of Palin was mostly critical, but she far exceeded expectations with
her speech to the Republican National Convention in Minneapolis in
early September. Republicans bolted out of the convention ready to
win, and it showed in the polls.
The week of September 8-14 McCain was ahead for the first time – but
by only one point. Obama reclaimed a one-point lead the following
week. Basically the race was tied going into the last six weeks of the
campaign.
Then on September 15, the 158-year-old investment banking firm of
Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy protection, marking the largest
bankruptcy in U.S. history. The bursting housing bubble had hit Wall
Street. Other firms fell like dominoes, and the resulting “financial
meltdown” dominated the front pages. The Bush Administration stepped
in with a proposal for unprecedented federal government involvement in
the private sector and hammered out an agreement with the
Democratic-led Congress. There was plenty of blame to go around, but
for voters it was the final nail in the coffin of the Bush years and
Republican governance.
Voters agreed things were bad, and the economy for most was the number
one issue in the campaign. Interestingly, the same voters who think
most of the media was trying to help Obama told us in July that
reporters make the economy look worse than it really is. These
findings and others suggest that, along with McCain, the media may be
the other big loser in this year’s election
http://www.cctv.com/english/20081024/100719.shtml
10-24-2008
WASHINGTON, Oct. 23 (Xinhua) -- Republican presidential candidate John
McCain lost his lead in rural American voters as more of them favored
his Democratic rival, Barack Obama, in handling the country's economic
crisis, said a poll released on Thursday.
About 49 percent of rural voters favored Obama on key issue of the
economy, while 40 percent supported McCain in this regard.
The result was in strong contrast with a poll released a month ago,
showing McCain led by 51 percent to 41 percent among rural voters.
http://www.businessinsider.com/2008/9/mccain-s-odds-crash-along-with-...
McCain's Odds Crash Along With Stock Market
PrintHenry Blodget | Sep. 29, 2008, 9:00 PM
Last week, before John McCain "suspended his campaign" to rush to
Washington to save the country's financial system, Intrade gave him a
48% chance of winning the presidency. By Saturday, after two days of
bizarre flip-flops on Friday's debate, a broken vow not to leave
Washington until a deal was in place, and a debate that most people
thought he lost, McCain's odds had dropped to 44%.
But that collapse was nothing. Now, with the stock market plummeting,
McCain having failed to deliver enough Republican votes for the
bailout, and Americans presumably wanting to do away with anything
that reminds them of Bush, McCain's odds have hit a recent, post-Palin
low of 37%.
-----
http://www.reuters.com/article/idUSTRE4998X420081014
Oct 14, 2008
McCain has sought to regain his footing on economic issues for the
past three weeks after drawing criticism for saying the U.S. economy's
fundamentals were strong despite brewing signs of crisis on Wall
Street that ultimately gave way to the biggest stock market drop since
the Great Depression.
During that time Obama has prospered, moving from a tie with McCain in
national polls to a lead. In bad news for the McCain campaign, a
Quinnipiac University/Wall Street Journal/Washingtonpost.com poll on
Tuesday gave Obama sizable leads in four battleground states.
On the eve of the debate, McCain and running mate Sarah Palin
headlined a Republican fundraiser in New York. The event, where
attendees paid at least $2,300 a plate, was expected to rake in more
than $8 million, mostly due to Palin's celebrity status among
Republican donors, a campaign aide said.
--------
The thing is, you dwell on this stuff in the wrong group. It's called
"spamming".
The thing is, you don't know what the fuck you're talking about, so
you come up with a lame excuse like this.

It's called being a "liberal".

Later, Dick!
Jeff
2010-09-28 08:19:39 UTC
Permalink
Post by McGarnagle
On Mon, 27 Sep 2010 17:50:48 -0700 (PDT), Jeff
Post by Jeff
Post by McGarnagle
On Mon, 27 Sep 2010 07:40:05 -0700 (PDT), Jeff
Post by Jeff
http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2010/09/24/cnn-poll-obama-at-all...
September 24th, 2010
CNN Poll: Obama at all time low
(CNN) – President Barack Obama is contending with the lowest approval
rating of his 20-month presidency, a new CNN/Opinion Research
Corporation poll finds.
The president's approval rating now stands at 42 percent – an all time
low in CNN polling and 8 points lower than where Obama was only three
weeks ago. Moreover, 56 percent of all Americans think the president
has fallen short of their expectations.
No surprise to me.  Pres. Obama was elected with very high hopes.  No
matter who is in power, the voters want results.
McCain was defeated because the public blamed Republicans for the poor
economy.
choosing Palin cost him the election, and 8 years of Bush.
Looks like you were too young to remember. Facts clearly show that
McCain took the lead after Sarah Palin was announced as his VP. He
then lost the lead after the stock market crash.
...and anyone with a half ounce of brain knows that McCain didn't
stand a chance in a year that heavily favored the Democrat anyway.
Let stupidity and lack of facts continue to dominate your posts, we
want libs to stay stupid and uninformed.
Facts, libs hate them.
This is from Fox on Sep 24 showing McCain had already lost the lead
because of the economic collapse on Sep 15 -
http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,427241,00.html
FOX News Poll: Obama Reclaims Lead Over McCain, 45% to 39%
Barack Obama has recaptured the lead — 45 percent to 39 percent — over
John McCain in the presidential race, according to a FOX News poll
released Wednesday.
In addition, the poll shows Obama has improved his position on the
most important issue to voters this year — the economy. He is seen as
the best candidate to handle the nation's economy, and more voters
also say he would be better at handling the current financial crisis
facing the country.
Opinion Dynamics Corp. conducted the national telephone poll of 900
registered voters for FOX News from September 22 to September 23.
McCain held a 3-point advantage earlier this month immediately after
the Republican convention (September 8-9). Before that Obama had a
3-point lead going into the Democratic convention (August 19-20).
http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/elections2/el...
McCain’s Fortunes Fell With the Stock Market
For John McCain, the crash of Lehman Brothers on Wall Street was worse
than the Crash of 1929. Looking back over the course of the campaign,
it seems clear that the financial meltdown in mid-September was the
final, decisive, event that secured Obama’s path to the White House.
McCain stole some of Obama’s bounce with his surprise announcement the
day after the Democratic convention closed of Alaska Governor Sarah
Palin as his running mate. The 44-year-old former beauty queen and
hard-nosed reformer was a fresh face in the race, added youth to the
ticket and also fired up McCain’s Republican base which had largely
been going through the motions up until then. National media coverage
of Palin was mostly critical, but she far exceeded expectations with
her speech to the Republican National Convention in Minneapolis in
early September. Republicans bolted out of the convention ready to
win, and it showed in the polls.
The week of September 8-14 McCain was ahead for the first time – but
by only one point. Obama reclaimed a one-point lead the following
week. Basically the race was tied going into the last six weeks of the
campaign.
Then on September 15, the 158-year-old investment banking firm of
Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy protection, marking the largest
bankruptcy in U.S. history. The bursting housing bubble had hit Wall
Street. Other firms fell like dominoes, and the resulting “financial
meltdown” dominated the front pages. The Bush Administration stepped
in with a proposal for unprecedented federal government involvement in
the private sector and hammered out an agreement with the
Democratic-led Congress. There was plenty of blame to go around, but
for voters it was the final nail in the coffin of the Bush years and
Republican governance.
Voters agreed things were bad, and the economy for most was the number
one issue in the campaign. Interestingly, the same voters who think
most of the media was trying to help Obama told us in July that
reporters make the economy look worse than it really is. These
findings and others suggest that, along with McCain, the media may be
the other big loser in this year’s election
http://www.cctv.com/english/20081024/100719.shtml
10-24-2008
WASHINGTON, Oct. 23 (Xinhua) -- Republican presidential candidate John
McCain lost his lead in rural American voters as more of them favored
his Democratic rival, Barack Obama, in handling the country's economic
crisis, said a poll released on Thursday.
About 49 percent of rural voters favored Obama on key issue of the
economy, while 40 percent supported McCain in this regard.
The result was in strong contrast with a poll released a month ago,
showing McCain led by 51 percent to 41 percent among rural voters.
http://www.businessinsider.com/2008/9/mccain-s-odds-crash-along-with-...
McCain's Odds Crash Along With Stock Market
PrintHenry Blodget | Sep. 29, 2008, 9:00 PM
Last week, before John McCain "suspended his campaign" to rush to
Washington to save the country's financial system, Intrade gave him a
48% chance of winning the presidency. By Saturday, after two days of
bizarre flip-flops on Friday's debate, a broken vow not to leave
Washington until a deal was in place, and a debate that most people
thought he lost, McCain's odds had dropped to 44%.
But that collapse was nothing. Now, with the stock market plummeting,
McCain having failed to deliver enough Republican votes for the
bailout, and Americans presumably wanting to do away with anything
that reminds them of Bush, McCain's odds have hit a recent, post-Palin
low of 37%.
-----
http://www.reuters.com/article/idUSTRE4998X420081014
Oct 14, 2008
McCain has sought to regain his footing on economic issues for the
past three weeks after drawing criticism for saying the U.S. economy's
fundamentals were strong despite brewing signs of crisis on Wall
Street that ultimately gave way to the biggest stock market drop since
the Great Depression.
During that time Obama has prospered, moving from a tie with McCain in
national polls to a lead. In bad news for the McCain campaign, a
Quinnipiac University/Wall Street Journal/Washingtonpost.com poll on
Tuesday gave Obama sizable leads in four battleground states.
On the eve of the debate, McCain and running mate Sarah Palin
headlined a Republican fundraiser in New York. The event, where
attendees paid at least $2,300 a plate, was expected to rake in more
than $8 million, mostly due to Palin's celebrity status among
Republican donors, a campaign aide said.
--------
The thing is, you dwell on this stuff in the wrong group. It's called
"spamming".
The thing is, you don't know what the fuck you're talking about, so
you come up with a lame excuse like this.
It's called being a "liberal".
Later, Dick!
It's a Beatles group, and you're spamming.
McGarnagle
2010-09-29 01:09:02 UTC
Permalink
On Tue, 28 Sep 2010 01:19:39 -0700 (PDT), Jeff
Post by Jeff
Post by McGarnagle
On Mon, 27 Sep 2010 17:50:48 -0700 (PDT), Jeff
Post by Jeff
Post by McGarnagle
On Mon, 27 Sep 2010 07:40:05 -0700 (PDT), Jeff
Post by Jeff
http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2010/09/24/cnn-poll-obama-at-all...
September 24th, 2010
CNN Poll: Obama at all time low
(CNN) – President Barack Obama is contending with the lowest approval
rating of his 20-month presidency, a new CNN/Opinion Research
Corporation poll finds.
The president's approval rating now stands at 42 percent – an all time
low in CNN polling and 8 points lower than where Obama was only three
weeks ago. Moreover, 56 percent of all Americans think the president
has fallen short of their expectations.
No surprise to me.  Pres. Obama was elected with very high hopes.  No
matter who is in power, the voters want results.
McCain was defeated because the public blamed Republicans for the poor
economy.
choosing Palin cost him the election, and 8 years of Bush.
Looks like you were too young to remember. Facts clearly show that
McCain took the lead after Sarah Palin was announced as his VP. He
then lost the lead after the stock market crash.
...and anyone with a half ounce of brain knows that McCain didn't
stand a chance in a year that heavily favored the Democrat anyway.
Let stupidity and lack of facts continue to dominate your posts, we
want libs to stay stupid and uninformed.
Facts, libs hate them.
This is from Fox on Sep 24 showing McCain had already lost the lead
because of the economic collapse on Sep 15 -
http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,427241,00.html
FOX News Poll: Obama Reclaims Lead Over McCain, 45% to 39%
Barack Obama has recaptured the lead — 45 percent to 39 percent — over
John McCain in the presidential race, according to a FOX News poll
released Wednesday.
In addition, the poll shows Obama has improved his position on the
most important issue to voters this year — the economy. He is seen as
the best candidate to handle the nation's economy, and more voters
also say he would be better at handling the current financial crisis
facing the country.
Opinion Dynamics Corp. conducted the national telephone poll of 900
registered voters for FOX News from September 22 to September 23.
McCain held a 3-point advantage earlier this month immediately after
the Republican convention (September 8-9). Before that Obama had a
3-point lead going into the Democratic convention (August 19-20).
http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/elections2/el...
McCain’s Fortunes Fell With the Stock Market
For John McCain, the crash of Lehman Brothers on Wall Street was worse
than the Crash of 1929. Looking back over the course of the campaign,
it seems clear that the financial meltdown in mid-September was the
final, decisive, event that secured Obama’s path to the White House.
McCain stole some of Obama’s bounce with his surprise announcement the
day after the Democratic convention closed of Alaska Governor Sarah
Palin as his running mate. The 44-year-old former beauty queen and
hard-nosed reformer was a fresh face in the race, added youth to the
ticket and also fired up McCain’s Republican base which had largely
been going through the motions up until then. National media coverage
of Palin was mostly critical, but she far exceeded expectations with
her speech to the Republican National Convention in Minneapolis in
early September. Republicans bolted out of the convention ready to
win, and it showed in the polls.
The week of September 8-14 McCain was ahead for the first time – but
by only one point. Obama reclaimed a one-point lead the following
week. Basically the race was tied going into the last six weeks of the
campaign.
Then on September 15, the 158-year-old investment banking firm of
Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy protection, marking the largest
bankruptcy in U.S. history. The bursting housing bubble had hit Wall
Street. Other firms fell like dominoes, and the resulting “financial
meltdown” dominated the front pages. The Bush Administration stepped
in with a proposal for unprecedented federal government involvement in
the private sector and hammered out an agreement with the
Democratic-led Congress. There was plenty of blame to go around, but
for voters it was the final nail in the coffin of the Bush years and
Republican governance.
Voters agreed things were bad, and the economy for most was the number
one issue in the campaign. Interestingly, the same voters who think
most of the media was trying to help Obama told us in July that
reporters make the economy look worse than it really is. These
findings and others suggest that, along with McCain, the media may be
the other big loser in this year’s election
http://www.cctv.com/english/20081024/100719.shtml
10-24-2008
WASHINGTON, Oct. 23 (Xinhua) -- Republican presidential candidate John
McCain lost his lead in rural American voters as more of them favored
his Democratic rival, Barack Obama, in handling the country's economic
crisis, said a poll released on Thursday.
About 49 percent of rural voters favored Obama on key issue of the
economy, while 40 percent supported McCain in this regard.
The result was in strong contrast with a poll released a month ago,
showing McCain led by 51 percent to 41 percent among rural voters.
http://www.businessinsider.com/2008/9/mccain-s-odds-crash-along-with-...
McCain's Odds Crash Along With Stock Market
PrintHenry Blodget | Sep. 29, 2008, 9:00 PM
Last week, before John McCain "suspended his campaign" to rush to
Washington to save the country's financial system, Intrade gave him a
48% chance of winning the presidency. By Saturday, after two days of
bizarre flip-flops on Friday's debate, a broken vow not to leave
Washington until a deal was in place, and a debate that most people
thought he lost, McCain's odds had dropped to 44%.
But that collapse was nothing. Now, with the stock market plummeting,
McCain having failed to deliver enough Republican votes for the
bailout, and Americans presumably wanting to do away with anything
that reminds them of Bush, McCain's odds have hit a recent, post-Palin
low of 37%.
-----
http://www.reuters.com/article/idUSTRE4998X420081014
Oct 14, 2008
McCain has sought to regain his footing on economic issues for the
past three weeks after drawing criticism for saying the U.S. economy's
fundamentals were strong despite brewing signs of crisis on Wall
Street that ultimately gave way to the biggest stock market drop since
the Great Depression.
During that time Obama has prospered, moving from a tie with McCain in
national polls to a lead. In bad news for the McCain campaign, a
Quinnipiac University/Wall Street Journal/Washingtonpost.com poll on
Tuesday gave Obama sizable leads in four battleground states.
On the eve of the debate, McCain and running mate Sarah Palin
headlined a Republican fundraiser in New York. The event, where
attendees paid at least $2,300 a plate, was expected to rake in more
than $8 million, mostly due to Palin's celebrity status among
Republican donors, a campaign aide said.
--------
The thing is, you dwell on this stuff in the wrong group. It's called
"spamming".
The thing is, you don't know what the fuck you're talking about, so
you come up with a lame excuse like this.
It's called being a "liberal".
Later, Dick!
It's a Beatles group, and you're spamming.
How come you always turn pussy after you lose to me?

It's called being a "liberal"

Later, Dick!
Jeff
2010-09-29 01:51:26 UTC
Permalink
Post by McGarnagle
On Tue, 28 Sep 2010 01:19:39 -0700 (PDT), Jeff
Post by Jeff
Post by McGarnagle
On Mon, 27 Sep 2010 17:50:48 -0700 (PDT), Jeff
Post by Jeff
Post by McGarnagle
On Mon, 27 Sep 2010 07:40:05 -0700 (PDT), Jeff
Post by Jeff
http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2010/09/24/cnn-poll-obama-at-all...
September 24th, 2010
CNN Poll: Obama at all time low
(CNN) – President Barack Obama is contending with the lowest approval
rating of his 20-month presidency, a new CNN/Opinion Research
Corporation poll finds.
The president's approval rating now stands at 42 percent – an all time
low in CNN polling and 8 points lower than where Obama was only three
weeks ago. Moreover, 56 percent of all Americans think the president
has fallen short of their expectations.
No surprise to me.  Pres. Obama was elected with very high hopes.  No
matter who is in power, the voters want results.
McCain was defeated because the public blamed Republicans for the poor
economy.
choosing Palin cost him the election, and 8 years of Bush.
Looks like you were too young to remember. Facts clearly show that
McCain took the lead after Sarah Palin was announced as his VP. He
then lost the lead after the stock market crash.
...and anyone with a half ounce of brain knows that McCain didn't
stand a chance in a year that heavily favored the Democrat anyway.
Let stupidity and lack of facts continue to dominate your posts, we
want libs to stay stupid and uninformed.
Facts, libs hate them.
This is from Fox on Sep 24 showing McCain had already lost the lead
because of the economic collapse on Sep 15 -
http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,427241,00.html
FOX News Poll: Obama Reclaims Lead Over McCain, 45% to 39%
Barack Obama has recaptured the lead — 45 percent to 39 percent — over
John McCain in the presidential race, according to a FOX News poll
released Wednesday.
In addition, the poll shows Obama has improved his position on the
most important issue to voters this year — the economy. He is seen as
the best candidate to handle the nation's economy, and more voters
also say he would be better at handling the current financial crisis
facing the country.
Opinion Dynamics Corp. conducted the national telephone poll of 900
registered voters for FOX News from September 22 to September 23.
McCain held a 3-point advantage earlier this month immediately after
the Republican convention (September 8-9). Before that Obama had a
3-point lead going into the Democratic convention (August 19-20).
http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/elections2/el...
McCain’s Fortunes Fell With the Stock Market
For John McCain, the crash of Lehman Brothers on Wall Street was worse
than the Crash of 1929. Looking back over the course of the campaign,
it seems clear that the financial meltdown in mid-September was the
final, decisive, event that secured Obama’s path to the White House.
McCain stole some of Obama’s bounce with his surprise announcement the
day after the Democratic convention closed of Alaska Governor Sarah
Palin as his running mate. The 44-year-old former beauty queen and
hard-nosed reformer was a fresh face in the race, added youth to the
ticket and also fired up McCain’s Republican base which had largely
been going through the motions up until then. National media coverage
of Palin was mostly critical, but she far exceeded expectations with
her speech to the Republican National Convention in Minneapolis in
early September. Republicans bolted out of the convention ready to
win, and it showed in the polls.
The week of September 8-14 McCain was ahead for the first time – but
by only one point. Obama reclaimed a one-point lead the following
week. Basically the race was tied going into the last six weeks of the
campaign.
Then on September 15, the 158-year-old investment banking firm of
Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy protection, marking the largest
bankruptcy in U.S. history. The bursting housing bubble had hit Wall
Street. Other firms fell like dominoes, and the resulting “financial
meltdown” dominated the front pages. The Bush Administration stepped
in with a proposal for unprecedented federal government involvement in
the private sector and hammered out an agreement with the
Democratic-led Congress. There was plenty of blame to go around, but
for voters it was the final nail in the coffin of the Bush years and
Republican governance.
Voters agreed things were bad, and the economy for most was the number
one issue in the campaign. Interestingly, the same voters who think
most of the media was trying to help Obama told us in July that
reporters make the economy look worse than it really is. These
findings and others suggest that, along with McCain, the media may be
the other big loser in this year’s election
http://www.cctv.com/english/20081024/100719.shtml
10-24-2008
WASHINGTON, Oct. 23 (Xinhua) -- Republican presidential candidate John
McCain lost his lead in rural American voters as more of them favored
his Democratic rival, Barack Obama, in handling the country's economic
crisis, said a poll released on Thursday.
About 49 percent of rural voters favored Obama on key issue of the
economy, while 40 percent supported McCain in this regard.
The result was in strong contrast with a poll released a month ago,
showing McCain led by 51 percent to 41 percent among rural voters.
http://www.businessinsider.com/2008/9/mccain-s-odds-crash-along-with-...
McCain's Odds Crash Along With Stock Market
PrintHenry Blodget | Sep. 29, 2008, 9:00 PM
Last week, before John McCain "suspended his campaign" to rush to
Washington to save the country's financial system, Intrade gave him a
48% chance of winning the presidency. By Saturday, after two days of
bizarre flip-flops on Friday's debate, a broken vow not to leave
Washington until a deal was in place, and a debate that most people
thought he lost, McCain's odds had dropped to 44%.
But that collapse was nothing. Now, with the stock market plummeting,
McCain having failed to deliver enough Republican votes for the
bailout, and Americans presumably wanting to do away with anything
that reminds them of Bush, McCain's odds have hit a recent, post-Palin
low of 37%.
-----
http://www.reuters.com/article/idUSTRE4998X420081014
Oct 14, 2008
McCain has sought to regain his footing on economic issues for the
past three weeks after drawing criticism for saying the U.S. economy's
fundamentals were strong despite brewing signs of crisis on Wall
Street that ultimately gave way to the biggest stock market drop since
the Great Depression.
During that time Obama has prospered, moving from a tie with McCain in
national polls to a lead. In bad news for the McCain campaign, a
Quinnipiac University/Wall Street Journal/Washingtonpost.com poll on
Tuesday gave Obama sizable leads in four battleground states.
On the eve of the debate, McCain and running mate Sarah Palin
headlined a Republican fundraiser in New York. The event, where
attendees paid at least $2,300 a plate, was expected to rake in more
than $8 million, mostly due to Palin's celebrity status among
Republican donors, a campaign aide said.
--------
The thing is, you dwell on this stuff in the wrong group. It's called
"spamming".
The thing is, you don't know what the fuck you're talking about, so
you come up with a lame excuse like this.
It's called being a "liberal".
Later, Dick!
It's a Beatles group, and you're spamming.
How come you always turn pussy after you lose to me?
It's called being a "liberal"
Later, Dick!
Hey Lib.
Jeff
2010-09-28 10:10:49 UTC
Permalink
Post by McGarnagle
On Mon, 27 Sep 2010 17:50:48 -0700 (PDT), Jeff
Post by Jeff
Post by McGarnagle
On Mon, 27 Sep 2010 07:40:05 -0700 (PDT), Jeff
Post by Jeff
http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2010/09/24/cnn-poll-obama-at-all...
September 24th, 2010
CNN Poll: Obama at all time low
(CNN) – President Barack Obama is contending with the lowest approval
rating of his 20-month presidency, a new CNN/Opinion Research
Corporation poll finds.
The president's approval rating now stands at 42 percent – an all time
low in CNN polling and 8 points lower than where Obama was only three
weeks ago. Moreover, 56 percent of all Americans think the president
has fallen short of their expectations.
No surprise to me.  Pres. Obama was elected with very high hopes.  No
matter who is in power, the voters want results.
McCain was defeated because the public blamed Republicans for the poor
economy.
choosing Palin cost him the election, and 8 years of Bush.
Looks like you were too young to remember. Facts clearly show that
McCain took the lead after Sarah Palin was announced as his VP. He
then lost the lead after the stock market crash.
...and anyone with a half ounce of brain knows that McCain didn't
stand a chance in a year that heavily favored the Democrat anyway.
Let stupidity and lack of facts continue to dominate your posts, we
want libs to stay stupid and uninformed.
Facts, libs hate them.
This is from Fox on Sep 24 showing McCain had already lost the lead
because of the economic collapse on Sep 15 -
http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,427241,00.html
FOX News Poll: Obama Reclaims Lead Over McCain, 45% to 39%
Barack Obama has recaptured the lead — 45 percent to 39 percent — over
John McCain in the presidential race, according to a FOX News poll
released Wednesday.
In addition, the poll shows Obama has improved his position on the
most important issue to voters this year — the economy. He is seen as
the best candidate to handle the nation's economy, and more voters
also say he would be better at handling the current financial crisis
facing the country.
Opinion Dynamics Corp. conducted the national telephone poll of 900
registered voters for FOX News from September 22 to September 23.
McCain held a 3-point advantage earlier this month immediately after
the Republican convention (September 8-9). Before that Obama had a
3-point lead going into the Democratic convention (August 19-20).
http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/elections2/el...
McCain’s Fortunes Fell With the Stock Market
For John McCain, the crash of Lehman Brothers on Wall Street was worse
than the Crash of 1929. Looking back over the course of the campaign,
it seems clear that the financial meltdown in mid-September was the
final, decisive, event that secured Obama’s path to the White House.
McCain stole some of Obama’s bounce with his surprise announcement the
day after the Democratic convention closed of Alaska Governor Sarah
Palin as his running mate. The 44-year-old former beauty queen and
hard-nosed reformer was a fresh face in the race, added youth to the
ticket and also fired up McCain’s Republican base which had largely
been going through the motions up until then. National media coverage
of Palin was mostly critical, but she far exceeded expectations with
her speech to the Republican National Convention in Minneapolis in
early September. Republicans bolted out of the convention ready to
win, and it showed in the polls.
The week of September 8-14 McCain was ahead for the first time – but
by only one point. Obama reclaimed a one-point lead the following
week. Basically the race was tied going into the last six weeks of the
campaign.
Then on September 15, the 158-year-old investment banking firm of
Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy protection, marking the largest
bankruptcy in U.S. history. The bursting housing bubble had hit Wall
Street. Other firms fell like dominoes, and the resulting “financial
meltdown” dominated the front pages. The Bush Administration stepped
in with a proposal for unprecedented federal government involvement in
the private sector and hammered out an agreement with the
Democratic-led Congress. There was plenty of blame to go around, but
for voters it was the final nail in the coffin of the Bush years and
Republican governance.
Voters agreed things were bad, and the economy for most was the number
one issue in the campaign. Interestingly, the same voters who think
most of the media was trying to help Obama told us in July that
reporters make the economy look worse than it really is. These
findings and others suggest that, along with McCain, the media may be
the other big loser in this year’s election
http://www.cctv.com/english/20081024/100719.shtml
10-24-2008
WASHINGTON, Oct. 23 (Xinhua) -- Republican presidential candidate John
McCain lost his lead in rural American voters as more of them favored
his Democratic rival, Barack Obama, in handling the country's economic
crisis, said a poll released on Thursday.
About 49 percent of rural voters favored Obama on key issue of the
economy, while 40 percent supported McCain in this regard.
The result was in strong contrast with a poll released a month ago,
showing McCain led by 51 percent to 41 percent among rural voters.
http://www.businessinsider.com/2008/9/mccain-s-odds-crash-along-with-...
McCain's Odds Crash Along With Stock Market
PrintHenry Blodget | Sep. 29, 2008, 9:00 PM
Last week, before John McCain "suspended his campaign" to rush to
Washington to save the country's financial system, Intrade gave him a
48% chance of winning the presidency. By Saturday, after two days of
bizarre flip-flops on Friday's debate, a broken vow not to leave
Washington until a deal was in place, and a debate that most people
thought he lost, McCain's odds had dropped to 44%.
But that collapse was nothing. Now, with the stock market plummeting,
McCain having failed to deliver enough Republican votes for the
bailout, and Americans presumably wanting to do away with anything
that reminds them of Bush, McCain's odds have hit a recent, post-Palin
low of 37%.
-----
http://www.reuters.com/article/idUSTRE4998X420081014
Oct 14, 2008
McCain has sought to regain his footing on economic issues for the
past three weeks after drawing criticism for saying the U.S. economy's
fundamentals were strong despite brewing signs of crisis on Wall
Street that ultimately gave way to the biggest stock market drop since
the Great Depression.
During that time Obama has prospered, moving from a tie with McCain in
national polls to a lead. In bad news for the McCain campaign, a
Quinnipiac University/Wall Street Journal/Washingtonpost.com poll on
Tuesday gave Obama sizable leads in four battleground states.
On the eve of the debate, McCain and running mate Sarah Palin
headlined a Republican fundraiser in New York. The event, where
attendees paid at least $2,300 a plate, was expected to rake in more
than $8 million, mostly due to Palin's celebrity status among
Republican donors, a campaign aide said.
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The thing is, you dwell on this stuff in the wrong group. It's called
"spamming".
The thing is, you don't know what the fuck you're talking about, so
you come up with a lame excuse like this.
It's called being a "liberal".
Later, Dick!
Hey Lib.
topaz
2010-09-28 03:44:28 UTC
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September 24th, 2010
CNN Poll: Obama at all time low
(CNN) – President Barack Obama is contending with the lowest approval
rating of his 20-month presidency, a new CNN/Opinion Research
Corporation poll finds.
The president's approval rating now stands at 42 percent – an all time
low in CNN polling and 8 points lower than where Obama was only three
weeks ago. Moreover, 56 percent of all Americans think the president
has fallen short of their expectations.
No surprise to me.  Pres. Obama was elected with very high hopes.  No
matter who is in power, the voters want results.
McCain was defeated because the public blamed Republicans for the poor
economy.
choosing Palin cost him the election, and 8 years of Bush.- Hide quoted text -
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I do agree that choosing Palin was a very unwise choice. I got the
impression that his own party did not really support him towards the
end of the race. He really admitted defeat with grace at the end I
must admit.
McGarnagle
2010-09-27 22:07:01 UTC
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On Sun, 26 Sep 2010 22:50:41 -0700 (PDT), Fattuchus
Post by Fattuchus
http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2010/09/24/cnn-poll-obama-at-all...
September 24th, 2010
CNN Poll: Obama at all time low
(CNN) – President Barack Obama is contending with the lowest approval
rating of his 20-month presidency, a new CNN/Opinion Research
Corporation poll finds.
The president's approval rating now stands at 42 percent – an all time
low in CNN polling and 8 points lower than where Obama was only three
weeks ago. Moreover, 56 percent of all Americans think the president
has fallen short of their expectations.
No surprise to me. Pres. Obama was elected with very high hopes. No
matter who is in power, the voters want results.
McCain was defeated because the public blamed Republicans for the poor
economy.
The economy is still a mess; we have a HUGe deficit. People feel it
in their pockets and they are not happy.
Exactly.

Obama thought he was elected for his liberal agenda, and concentrated
on closing Gitmo, Health Care and using a stimulus fro liberal
agendas.

DickL said his election had nothing to with the economy, but because
of Sarah Palin, when the facts show McCain took a drop right after the
stock market crash and poll after poll shows that was the number one
reason. That's why libs like DickL are universally laughed at...

People want jobs and security and to keep their houses, they could
care less about gays in the military and all that other lib bullshit.

They don't listen to the people and then John Kerry says the voters
are stupid for not giving them props.
Greasehorse
2010-09-29 14:05:10 UTC
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On Sun, 26 Sep 2010 22:50:41 -0700 (PDT), Fattuchus
Post by Fattuchus
http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2010/09/24/cnn-poll-obama-at-all...
September 24th, 2010
CNN Poll: Obama at all time low
(CNN) – President Barack Obama is contending with the lowest approval
rating of his 20-month presidency, a new CNN/Opinion Research
Corporation poll finds.
The president's approval rating now stands at 42 percent – an all time
low in CNN polling and 8 points lower than where Obama was only three
weeks ago. Moreover, 56 percent of all Americans think the president
has fallen short of their expectations.
No surprise to me. Pres. Obama was elected with very high hopes. No
matter who is in power, the voters want results.
McCain was defeated because the public blamed Republicans for the poor
economy.
The economy is still a mess; we have a HUGe deficit. People feel it
in their pockets and they are not happy.
Everyone but those fat Wall Street and Banking Execs...
topaz
2010-09-28 03:48:33 UTC
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http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2010/09/24/cnn-poll-obama-at-all...
September 24th, 2010
CNN Poll: Obama at all time low
(CNN) – President Barack Obama is contending with the lowest approval
rating of his 20-month presidency, a new CNN/Opinion Research
Corporation poll finds.
The president's approval rating now stands at 42 percent – an all time
low in CNN polling and 8 points lower than where Obama was only three
weeks ago. Moreover, 56 percent of all Americans think the president
has fallen short of their expectations.
The president's sagging poll numbers couldn't come at a worse time for
congressional Democrats, themselves facing a nine-point deficit in the
so-called "generic ballot" question heading into the midterm
elections.
In even worse news for congressional Democrats, likely voters say they
are considerably more likely to vote for a candidate the president
opposes than one he supports.
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671 KIA in Afghanistan since January 2009 when Obama took office.
620 KIA in Afghanistan from September 2001 - January 2009 when Bush
was in office.
http://youtu.be/zUFN7ZkjgkA
"We look ridiculous. What more can I say about the idiots who are the
captains of our ship. Do you hear me, Harry Reid?" - Mike Moore
http://youtu.be/CEUpR2m3tG4
The elections this November should be interesting to say the least
since many people are not happy with Congress right now either.
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