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ColleenC2
10-10-2008, 03:02 PM
Let's see he didn't know who paid for his Harvard Degree: Khalid Al-Rasheede: Spokeperson for Yassar Arafat
he didn't know what his pastor was saying although he sat in his church pews for 20 years, known for their Black Theology indoctrination
He didn't know Ayers: although he launched his campaign gave him $100,000 of thousands of dollars to start schools teaching children to be radicals
Didn't know what Rev. Flagerwas teaching and preaching although they both worked on the community organization committee
He didn't know Rescoe that well or that he was committing criminal acts when he bought his property in Chicago
He didn't really know that Johnson who ran Fannie Mae into the ground and walked away with 20 million
He's not sure that he is getting campaign funding for foreigners, yet the govt. has already proved that
He didn't (I guess) know that the Senate was voting on a Bailout for the WallStreet exec. (oh yeah, a rescue for the American people) because he failed to show up to vote.
He couldn't make up his mind when asked in congress to cast a vote whether he was for it or against it so he voted present

etc., etc., etc.,


Yeah, this is the man I would vote for!

misterdecibel
10-10-2008, 03:43 PM
Let's see he didn't know who paid for his Harvard Degree: Khalid Al-Rasheede: Spokeperson for Yassar Arafat





Try again, it was Dr. Khalid Abdullah Tariq al-Mansour, a/k/a Donald Warden, a Texan.

ColleenC2
10-10-2008, 03:49 PM
http://advanceindiana.blogspot.com/2008/09/who-paid-for-obamas-harvard-law.html


oops spelled it wrong (I spelled his name using Farsi, forget he is an Arab- my bad, by the way Al- means from

Rashid Khalidi

http://www.worldnetdaily.com/index.php?pageId=57231

Eric
10-10-2008, 04:52 PM
Let's see he didn't know who paid for his Harvard Degree: Khalid Al-Rasheede: Spokeperson for Yassar Arafat
he didn't know what his pastor was saying although he sat in his church pews for 20 years, known for their Black Theology indoctrination
He didn't know Ayers: although he launched his campaign gave him $100,000 of thousands of dollars to start schools teaching children to be radicals
Didn't know what Rev. Flagerwas teaching and preaching although they both worked on the community organization committee
He didn't know Rescoe that well or that he was committing criminal acts when he bought his property in Chicago
He didn't really know that Johnson who ran Fannie Mae into the ground and walked away with 20 million
He's not sure that he is getting campaign funding for foreigners, yet the govt. has already proved that
He didn't (I guess) know that the Senate was voting on a Bailout for the WallStreet exec. (oh yeah, a rescue for the American people) because he failed to show up to vote.
He couldn't make up his mind when asked in congress to cast a vote whether he was for it or against it so he voted present

etc., etc., etc.,


Yeah, this is the man I would vote for!




Your McSame snuggle bunny is every bit as bad - and then some.

But the one good thing about the imploding economy is that the little runt is going to lose ignominiously to a recently unknown minor league senator ... I hope it causes him to stroke out and keel over right in the middle of his next "my friends" speech!

Eric
10-10-2008, 04:53 PM
http://advanceindiana.blogspot.com/2008/09/who-paid-for-obamas-harvard-law.html


oops spelled it wrong (I spelled his name using Farsi, forget he is an Arab- my bad, by the way Al- means from

Rashid Khalidi

http://www.worldnetdaily.com/index.php?pageId=57231


World Net Daily - a right wing propaganda organ and (ought to be) registered Israeli agent.

Enough said.

ColleenC2
10-10-2008, 11:12 PM
World Net Daily - a right wing propaganda organ and (ought to be) registered Israeli agent.

Always an excuse!

Like your left wing propaganda organ that you present as facts are always telling the truth!

misterdecibel
10-11-2008, 04:01 AM
http://advanceindiana.blogspot.com/2008/09/who-paid-for-obamas-harvard-law.html


oops spelled it wrong (I spelled his name using Farsi, forget he is an Arab- my bad, by the way Al- means from

Rashid Khalidi

http://www.worldnetdaily.com/index.php?pageId=57231


Oh, you translated that yourself?

You've still got the wrong person.

Eric
10-11-2008, 05:51 AM
World Net Daily - a right wing propaganda organ and (ought to be) registered Israeli agent.

Always an excuse!

Like your left wing propaganda organ that you present as facts are always telling the truth!


No excuses - you yourself have conceded my last several points about the egregious conduct of The Chimp and the GOP.

You can post all the dreck you like from Israeli-neocon sites desperate for a McSame victory; it doesn't erase the dreadful record, the facts, of The Chimponian Period, 2000-present.

Every single GOP SOB (with the sole exception of Ron Paul) needs to be sent to the glue factory; the GOP itself needs to gutted and trussed like a November buck.

Quit defending them; stop worrying about Obama. He can't possibly be any worse than The Chimp or MCSame. And of the two of them, Obama at least deserves a chance to be shown incompetent - and an asshole. We already know McSame is both.

Jim Rose
10-11-2008, 10:41 AM
>>Every single GOP SOB (with the sole exception of Ron Paul) needs to be sent to the glue factory<<

Agreed, but the" motoring public" has never been interested in common sense thinking like Ron Paul's!

misterdecibel
10-11-2008, 02:51 PM
Ron Paul was the right message, wrong messenger. He comes off nuttier than a fruitcake. If they could take his views and knowledge, and wrap them in a more electable package, then we could do some serious damage to the established parties.

Jim Rose
10-11-2008, 05:07 PM
Ron Paul was the right message, wrong messenger. He comes off nuttier than a fruitcake. If they could take his views and knowledge, and wrap them in a more electable package, then we could do some serious damage to the established parties.


His weekly editorial in one of the local fishwraps always makes sense--- nothing nutty about it!

Eric
10-11-2008, 05:39 PM
Ron Paul was the right message, wrong messenger. He comes off nuttier than a fruitcake. If they could take his views and knowledge, and wrap them in a more electable package, then we could do some serious damage to the established parties.


His weekly editorial in one of the local fishwraps always makes sense--- nothing nutty about it!


My take also. Whether you agree with him or not, Paul is always reasonable and thoughtful. He does not peak in cheesy soundbites - and genuinely believes in what he advocates. He is the only member of Congress who actually votes according to what the Constitution allows (which means, against the things it does not authorize).

Kwozzie1
10-12-2008, 06:41 AM
Every single GOP SOB (with the sole exception of Ron Paul) needs to be sent to the glue factory; the GOP itself needs to gutted and trussed like a November buck.

Quit defending them; stop worrying about Obama. He can't possibly be any worse than The Chimp or MCSame. And of the two of them, Obama at least deserves a chance to be shown incompetent - and an asshole. We already know McSame is both.

I think the world is look forward to a fresh face in the White House
Lets face it the Shrub has fcuked the USA big time...it is no longer the great economy of the world

DennisWG
10-27-2008, 03:09 PM
At least, Obama cares. He cares so much for the poor that he is willing to share the wealth with other people's money. But, with all his millions ofdollars he does nothing for his own brother in the depths of poverty in Africa. This is real world liberalism.

Eric
10-27-2008, 03:13 PM
At least, Obama cares. He cares so much for the poor that he is willing to share the wealth with other people's money. But, with all his millions ofdollars he does nothing for his own brother in the depths of poverty in Africa. This is real world liberalism.



All that is another GOP/neo-con red herring.

Look, I oppose redistributionist taxation/transfer programs. The problem is, the GOP doesn't. Oh, sure - its puppets mouth the slogans, but the reality is that the GOP favors - and pushes - all sorts of redistributionist "share the wealth" programs and policies. Only, it redistributes the wealth from the working and middle class to the politically connected rich! We have socialism for them, the freeeeeeeeeeeee market (and personal responsibility) for the rest of us.

swamprat
10-27-2008, 10:49 PM
At least, Obama cares. He cares so much for the poor that he is willing to share the wealth with other people's money. But, with all his millions ofdollars he does nothing for his own brother in the depths of poverty in Africa. This is real world liberalism.



All that is another GOP/neo-con red herring.

Look, I oppose redistributionist taxation/transfer programs. The problem is, the GOP doesn't. Oh, sure - its puppets mouth the slogans, but the reality is that the GOP favors - and pushes - all sorts of redistributionist "share the wealth" programs and policies. Only, it redistributes the wealth from the working and middle class to the politically connected rich! We have socialism for them, the freeeeeeeeeeeee market (and personal responsibility) for the rest of us.



No, Eric, its peeeeeeeeersonal responsibility. I can't stand that neocon blather.

I haven't seen the GOP dismantle one single idiotic regulation save for the National Speed Limit since they took control in 1995. Perhaps that's why they were routed from power in 2006. Or is it because wet nurse voters were throwing a tantrum? I tend to believe the latter, but would like to think that some of these idiots would wake up and who is selling us down the shit stream.

I think it its both political parties ass raping this country.

Eric
10-28-2008, 07:35 AM
At least, Obama cares. He cares so much for the poor that he is willing to share the wealth with other people's money. But, with all his millions ofdollars he does nothing for his own brother in the depths of poverty in Africa. This is real world liberalism.



All that is another GOP/neo-con red herring.

Look, I oppose redistributionist taxation/transfer programs. The problem is, the GOP doesn't. Oh, sure - its puppets mouth the slogans, but the reality is that the GOP favors - and pushes - all sorts of redistributionist "share the wealth" programs and policies. Only, it redistributes the wealth from the working and middle class to the politically connected rich! We have socialism for them, the freeeeeeeeeeeee market (and personal responsibility) for the rest of us.



No, Eric, its peeeeeeeeersonal responsibility. I can't stand that neocon blather.

I haven't seen the GOP dismantle one single idiotic regulation save for the National Speed Limit since they took control in 1995. Perhaps that's why they were routed from power in 2006. Or is it because wet nurse voters were throwing a tantrum? I tend to believe the latter, but would like to think that some of these idiots would wake up and who is selling us down the shit stream.

I think it its both political parties ass raping this country.


All true!

But I think there is an awakening going on. People like Gail are, unfortunately, hopeless. Wave the flag, mention gawd and fambuhly - and they will vote for you no matter much you "grow" the government, expand its reach and ass-rape the middle class.

However, there are also lots of conservatives out there who realize that it is more important to support conservative principles than it is to support the GOP. It is these people who have had it with The Chimp, the neo-cons and everything they are/stand for...