“I just knew this would happen”

Since: Mar 10

Columbus, OH

#4750 May 31, 2012
Vote for "NONE OF THE ABOVE"It couldn't possibly be any worse
me:)

Proctorville, OH

#4752 May 31, 2012
free wrote:
Thank goodness they're gone. The intellectual level just rose.
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says me and 8 other people who are reporting this thread!buh bye!!"
it's from two freaking years ago they need to get over it

Since: Mar 11

United States

#4753 May 31, 2012
Blank wrote:
<quoted text>And by the way, why no mention of illegitmate president Bush 43 nor neo-Fascist Ronald reagan (one of worst presdients in history)-----
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Oh well, the Fascist Party, err, uh, REPUBLCIAN PARTY i mean, is on its way to irreleveance; the next WHIG Party! Ha!!
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So brave of you to use the word fascist after just last Sunday one of you bastards spoofed the ph number of a prominent conservative blogger and called in a 911 call stating that the conserative blogger just shot his wife bringing out law enforcement of every aspect in the town to his house where young children were at as well....
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You unintelligent libtards resort to fascism at the drop of a hat when you can't win an argument using words.
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If it boils down to a civil war, you're going to be on the losing side you realize.....
blowmekasich

Portsmouth, OH

#4755 May 31, 2012
Kennesaw71 wrote:
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So brave of you to use the word fascist after just last Sunday one of you bastards spoofed the ph number of a prominent conservative blogger and called in a 911 call stating that the conserative blogger just shot his wife bringing out law enforcement of every aspect in the town to his house where young children were at as well....
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You unintelligent libtards resort to fascism at the drop of a hat when you can't win an argument using words.
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If it boils down to a civil war, you're going to be on the losing side you realize.....
When you use political parties to define your status on politics, that makes you a "retard". The reason we are in the trouble we are in is because you vote by party lines, which makes you a brainwashed idiot/puppet. Try doing some homework on each candidate, regardless of political party. Each has their own...... F**k it, if your you're not smart enough to make it on your..... or choose the right.....

Since: Mar 11

United States

#4756 May 31, 2012
blowmekasich wrote:
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When you use political parties to define your status on politics, that makes you a "retard". The reason we are in the trouble we are in is because you vote by party lines, which makes you a brainwashed idiot/puppet. Try doing some homework on each candidate, regardless of political party. Each has their own...... F**k it, if your you're not smart enough to make it on your..... or choose the right.....
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That's why I sent checks to Richard Mourdock and Deb Fischer..... Both conseratives up against establishment republicans in states I can't vote in.....
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Nice job making assumptions about people you know nothing about.... You are a weapons grade retard.
clueless

Cleveland, OH

#4759 Jun 1, 2012
blowmekasich wrote:
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When you use political parties to define your status on politics, that makes you a "retard". The reason we are in the trouble we are in is because you vote by party lines, which makes you a brainwashed idiot/puppet. Try doing some homework on each candidate, regardless of political party. Each has their own...... F**k it, if your you're not smart enough to make it on your..... or choose the right.....
I just have to say that I like the screen name you are using .....

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#4760 Jun 1, 2012
free wrote:
Indy, I was just wondering what's going on on the west side of Indianapolis. When we returned from Omaha, we jogged over to 38 St. and gassed up, and thought we were in Little Mexico. With colorful murals painted on walls, Mexican flags, Chiconos everywhereand a mariachi band playing over a loud system. Even the Taco Bell was in Spanish. Sign read "Taco Bell". I was eerie.
The sites took me back to the Front Range and all my migrant Beaner friends, Senor Indy.
you sure it wasnt the East Side 38th street around the Indiana State Fair Grounds because that area is bad
Thomas Scutillo

Stockton, CA

#4762 Jun 1, 2012
i heard it was boarder security stuff and no jobs indy,,,, cause of Mexicans
Thomas Scutillo

Stockton, CA

#4763 Jun 1, 2012
have you tried the fast and furious ice fisherman for that traffic?

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#4764 Jun 1, 2012
free wrote:
We looped north off I-74 and hit the 38th Street exit to a convenience store/gas station about a block or two east of the interchange. Beaners everywhere.
Indianapolis is messed up ! From 70 to 74 is a pain. GPS said take 70 to 65 to 38th st to 465 to 74
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if you were on the west side around the Speedway suburb of Indianapolis there is areas that are bad their too dont take the wrong turn.
xxxrayted

Cleveland, OH

#4765 Jun 1, 2012
blowmekasich wrote:
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When you use political parties to define your status on politics, that makes you a "retard". The reason we are in the trouble we are in is because you vote by party lines, which makes you a brainwashed idiot/puppet. Try doing some homework on each candidate, regardless of political party. Each has their own...... F**k it, if your you're not smart enough to make it on your..... or choose the right.....
People generally have a party that represents their base ideas. This is not to say you agree with every single candidate in your party, but most of what they believe.

I'm a conservative pro-choice Republican. Because I'm pro-choice, should I then look into the Green party candidates views or perhaps the Democrat candidates views even though I know I'm going to disagree with that candidate on the other 90% of his or her ideas?

In my opinion, it's the people with no political affiliate who are the lost puppies. One election they will vote for a Democrat, and the other election they will vote for a Republican. I don't care for Mitt Romney; I never did. But I will vote for him because he is closer to my ideas than DumBama.
Pam_Cakes

Charleston, WV

#4768 Jun 1, 2012
john kasux is a piece of trash, did someone in this thread say he liked young boys?
crosha53

Wilmington, OH

#4770 Jun 1, 2012
No one that is running for governor.
xxxrayted

Cleveland, OH

#4771 Jun 1, 2012
free wrote:
I'll take a Mormon over a Muslim any day.
Pro Choice helps cull the herd, just not the God fearing Conservative herd. When it comes to Liberal Demorats, if they want to keep killing off their future political Base, but that's their strategy. I would never contribute to the elimination of my grandchildren or anyone else's, and discard them in a landfill. But that's me and my family.
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It is true they allow their constituents to kill of their future voters, but on the other hand, there are those on public assistance procreating even more offsetting that loss. Working families have two to three children. These are primarily Republican families. But public assistance people have much larger families, and thus more Democrat voters in the future, so abortion doesn't bother them.

Democrats can't understand how their war on poverty hasn't worked. What they don't understand is that if you entice the poor to create more poor people, you can't solve poverty that way.

“"Beau-Se'ant”

Since: Jan 09

Manchester

#4772 Jun 2, 2012
blowmekasich wrote:
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And for the record, ALL highway diesel powered vehicles must have diesel particulate filters designed to eliminate sulfur and harmless soot after model year 2007. Once again, requiring additional burning of fuel to create the excess heat to burn off the remaining sulfur deposits. These trucks used to get 17-20mpg. Now they get 14-15mpg. This law was approved by none other than your beloved oil man George W. Bush.
So, pray tell, what is it you lily-livered ecofreaks want? Cleaner emissions? Lesser emissions?

Do you drive? Do you ride? Do you use plastics or any of the multitude of common textiles that require petroleum products?

Keep blaming George W. Bush for everything from too much war ( note, the number of military casualties for the US and UK fighting forces has MORE THAN DOUBLED since Obama took office, and some valid reasons why, all of which boil down to incompetence), to the economy. Fact remains, this economy totally belongs to your Messiah, and so far he's been an absolute disaster.
Sasquatch

Huntington, WV

#4773 Jun 2, 2012
The middle class can't afford another republican.

“"Beau-Se'ant”

Since: Jan 09

Manchester

#4774 Jun 2, 2012
Sasquatch wrote:
The middle class can't afford another republican.
Another republican like Ron Reagan? Who took over from Jimmy Friggin Carter faced with double-digit unemployment, and the worst inflation since the Great Depression?

Ron Reagan, who installed Art Laffer's supply-side trickle-down economic theories, and USHERED IN THE 8 YEARS OF THE GREATEST PROSPERITY THIS COUNTRY EVER SAW!

Here, learn a little about supply-side economics and the republican view on job creation:

xxxrayted

Cleveland, OH

#4775 Jun 2, 2012
Sasquatch wrote:
The middle class can't afford another republican.
Well....... the Democrat we have in now led us to over 5 trillion more dollars in debt and caused us to lose our three star credit rating for the first time in the history of our country. And we can't afford a Republican? I think you have it backwards. We can't afford Democrats.

“"Beau-Se'ant”

Since: Jan 09

Manchester

#4777 Jun 2, 2012
"But the greatest responsibility for the collapse of the housing market and the near "Armageddon" of the American economy belongs to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac and to the politicians who created and protected them.

With a couple of prominent exceptions, the politicians were Democrats claiming to do good for the poor. Along the way, they enriched themselves and their friends, stuffed their campaign coffers, and resisted all attempts to enforce market discipline. When the inevitable collapse arrived, the entire economy suffered, but no one more than the poor."

http://washingtonexaminer.com/2011/06/how-mos...
blowmekasich

Portsmouth, OH

#4778 Jun 2, 2012
xxxrayted wrote:
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People generally have a party that represents their base ideas. This is not to say you agree with every single candidate in your party, but most of what they believe.
I'm a conservative pro-choice Republican. Because I'm pro-choice, should I then look into the Green party candidates views or perhaps the Democrat candidates views even though I know I'm going to disagree with that candidate on the other 90% of his or her ideas?
In my opinion, it's the people with no political affiliate who are the lost puppies. One election they will vote for a Democrat, and the other election they will vote for a Republican. I don't care for Mitt Romney; I never did. But I will vote for him because he is closer to my ideas than DumBama.


It's back and forth all the time. You vote for your beliefs. Everything is in your hands and in your power. I hope you succeed. I will continue to vote on reality. Night

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