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You got some Republican wacko who says: let's have a party and burn the Quaran.

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When do the invites go out? I'm gonna have to refill my Zippo.
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ZCs wrote:
You got some Republican wacko who says: let's have a party and burn the Quaran.
As opposed to DNC/ACORN types who say, "19 Muslims were also killed on 9/11. Let's honor them too."
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Can't wait for the next Reichwing Republican RETARDED Rant
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ZCs wrote:
Can't wait for the next Reichwing Republican RETARDED Rant
Everything to the right of Josef Stalin sounds RETARDED to you.

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I guess the 'Cut N Paste' trio gave up on 'Racists'?

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ZCs wrote:
Can't wait for the next Reichwing Republican RETARDED Rant
hold that thought until the morning of November 3rd; trust me, you'll get your money's worth
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The Tea Party Express has attacked Rep. Mike Castle for raising campaign cash from out-of-state in his bid to be Delaware's next senator -- but what do you know, they have done the exact same thing for their candidate.

Castle faces Christine O'Donnell on Tuesday's Republican primary ballot. O'Donnell backers say polls are suggesting she's within striking distance of defeating Castle, a longtime member of Congress who has never lost an election. His decades-long career is one reason Open Secrets has him ranked as No. 7 on its list of the Top 10 candidates based on how many of their donations come from outside of their home state.

Castle has raised $852,963, or 51.4% of his total, from donors not living in Delaware.

Tea Party Express organizers told supporters that Castle was "caught" in a "controversy" about the donations. "It turns out Mike Castle is not only a hypocrite, but he is bought and paid for by the corrupted special interests who pushed for the government bailouts of private industry sectors," spokesman Levi Russell said in a release.

But just a few days later, in one of the group's many fundraising appeals for O'Donnell's candidacy, the Tea Party Express revealed they, too, aren't taking in donations from strictly Delaware voters. Explaining they are in the middle of a $250,000 "moneybomb" to match Castle's television spending, Tea Party Express organizers wrote that 571 "patriots" contributed, and highlighted 56 people who have contributed more than $250.

"Philip of Wilmington, DE" was the lone resident of the First State on the list. He gave $250. The rest mostly hailed from the San Francisco Bay Area, Texas, Ohio and Florida.
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Guinness Drinker wrote:
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hold that thought until the morning of November 3rd; trust me, you'll get your money's worth
The south have been saying they are going to rise again since the civil war.

How long has it been?

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The south have been saying they are going to rise again since the civil war.
How long has it been?
Not as long as waiting for the Brooklyn Bones to become civilized.
Hmmmmmmmm

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The south have been saying they are going to rise again since the civil war.
How long has it been?
Why hasn't Bozo lifted the travel and trade bans on Cuba?

Can you say "Dealy Plaza"??
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Why hasn't Bozo lifted the travel and trade bans on Cuba?
Can you say "Dealy Plaza"??
Why didn't Bush lift the ban?
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Why didn't Bush lift the ban?
Because Bush, and every other president since 1963, knows that Castro had a role in the assassination.

Carter knew it, Clinton knew it, and now Bozo knows it.
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You got to love this guys!

Several Republican lawmakers are trying to claim that Obama’s $50 billion plan to invest in infrastructure is too expensive, at the same time that they’re pushing for an $830 billion tax cut for the richest two percent of Americans. If these lawmakers succeed in blocking the investment, they’ll definitively prove their deficit peacockery, while also perpetuating an ongoing neglect of the country’s infrastructure, which is rapidly deteriorating.

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ZCs wrote:
You got some Republican wacko who says: let's have a party and burn the Quaran.
No doubt you were appalled at this also, eh?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piss_Christ

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You got to love this guys!
Several Republican lawmakers are trying to claim that Obama’s $50 billion plan to invest in infrastructure is too expensive, at the same time that they’re pushing for an $830 billion tax cut for the richest two percent of Americans. If these lawmakers succeed in blocking the investment, they’ll definitively prove their deficit peacockery, while also perpetuating an ongoing neglect of the country’s infrastructure, which is rapidly deteriorating.
Really zero, unless you note your source it's plagiarism. We all know "perpetuating," "infrastructure," and "deteriorating" just aren't a part of your vocabulary, and couple that with no misspellings, well, enough said. Feel free to continue to cut and paste from your propaganda sites, but you really should give "credit" (maybe that's the wrong word), where it's due.
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ZCs wrote:
You got to love this guys!
Several Republican lawmakers are trying to claim that Obama’s $50 billion plan to invest in infrastructure is too expensive, at the same time that they’re pushing for an $830 billion tax cut for the richest two percent of Americans. If these lawmakers succeed in blocking the investment, they’ll definitively prove their deficit peacockery, while also perpetuating an ongoing neglect of the country’s infrastructure, which is rapidly deteriorating.
Right out of the liberal playbook, class warfare.
The richest Americans are the ones who create the jobs, buy the big ticket items, employ the other 98% of Americans.(Well, those not working for the government.)
Your assessment that this latest porkulus program will somehow create jobs and stimulate the economy is once again wrong. Government never creates anything. These so called infastrucure jobs are temporary. Unless you know how to drive a tractor or are a consruction worker, how will that help the milions of unemployed?
Anything government touches or gets involved in turns into nothing but a beauracratic mess.

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Al Kahalik wrote:
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Really zero, unless you note your source it's plagiarism. We all know "perpetuating," "infrastructure," and "deteriorating" just aren't a part of your vocabulary, and couple that with no misspellings, well, enough said. Feel free to continue to cut and paste from your propaganda sites, but you really should give "credit" (maybe that's the wrong word), where it's due.
If his post does not include the words 'Reichwing','racist','scumbagg ing' or 'hillbilly juice' it's not an authentic Zero piece, he stole it from a fellow floons site.

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ZCs wrote:
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The south have been saying they are going to rise again since the civil war.
How long has it been?
nothing I can do about it; stop stealing their money through taxes and health care and maybe they go away ?
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It may be possible that the current propaganda merchants are unaware of the dangers posed by hate speech and fear mongering. Or it may otherwise be the case that they don’t care what dangerous forces they release in their quest for power.

One of the more disturbing calls to a recent Washington Journal was from a defender of the Tea Party movement who said he’d rather vote for a mentally unstable candidate who occasionally said nutty things than for your run-of-the-mill establishment candidate. Well he certainly has a wide range of choices and, unfortunately, there are probably other voters who feel the same way. What a novel way of dealing with the complexities of the modern world -- elect a bunch of unstable people to take over the reins of government.

That point of view helps to explain some of the positions the far right espouses and exemplifies the inability of many current candidates to contend with the intricacies of governing in a multi-national, multi-ethnic domestic and international environment -- a geopolitical landscape fraught with high-stakes decision-making moments that defy rigidly-held concepts of American exceptionalism. Throw in narrow exclusionary religious values and we face the prospect of becoming the kind of society we so earnestly oppose in other places.

And what are we to make of Sharron Angle’s definition of “enemies” in Congress as those who pass legislation that threatens “free markets”, whatever that means to someone of such limited intellect? There are levels of incomprehensible thought processes that rational people find hard to follow. And attempts by Republican Party advisors to mitigate some of her more inflammatory statements have only been partially effective. It is difficult to put a happy face on Angle’s statement that sometimes second-amendment solutions are needed to counter unacceptable electoral outcomes. Presumably if one thinks of elected government officials as enemies any course of action is warranted, but such thoughts should make reasonable people exceedingly nervous.

But for the simple-minded approach there’s always Sarah Palin who explained, during her stint as John McCain’s running mate, that her experience in Alaska’s government was especially significant in terms of national security. Clearly if the Russians were to strike us they’d hit Alaska first, it being so close and all. Apparently that fanciful analysis would inform whatever foreign policy she might formulate if given an opportunity. She and others seem blissfully unaware of the danger their super-silly rhetoric poses. Still Palin and the rest of the extremist fringe have captured the imagination of gullible voters despite a tumult of meaningless blather totally lacking in substance.

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