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banyon
10-18-2008, 01:23 PM
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Bootlegged
10-18-2008, 01:31 PM
Sounded like Obama's spokesman (aka Mathews) got his ass handed to him.

kstater
10-18-2008, 01:33 PM
Sounded like Obama's spokesman (aka Mathews) got his ass handed to him.

Do you agree with Representative Bachmann that Obama is anti-American?

Bootlegged
10-18-2008, 01:33 PM
Do you agree with Representative Bachmann that Obama is anti-American?

Yes. He is a communist/socialist, which is in direct opposition to American capitalism.

Bootlegged
10-18-2008, 01:39 PM
http://www.cpusa.org/index.php/article/archive/147/
Communist Party USA website.

2008 Elections

Editorial: Eye on the Prize
by PWW/NM Editorial Board, 07/15/2008 14:19


Barack Obama is not a left candidate. This fact has seemingly surprised a number of progressive people who are bemoaning Obama’s “shift to the center.” (Right-wingers are happy to join them, suggesting Obama is a “flip-flopper.”) It’s sad that some who seek progressive change are missing the forest for the trees. But they will not dampen the wide and deep enthusiasm for blocking a third Bush term represented by John McCain, or for bringing Obama by a landslide into the White House with a large Democratic congressional majority..... Reprinted from the People's Weekly World Newspaper

banyon
10-18-2008, 01:39 PM
http://www.cpusa.org/index.php/article/archive/147/
Communist Party USA website.

2008 Elections

Editorial: Eye on the Prize
by PWW/NM Editorial Board, 07/15/2008 14:19


Barack Obama is not a left candidate. This fact has seemingly surprised a number of progressive people who are bemoaning Obama’s “shift to the center.” (Right-wingers are happy to join them, suggesting Obama is a “flip-flopper.”) It’s sad that some who seek progressive change are missing the forest for the trees. But they will not dampen the wide and deep enthusiasm for blocking a third Bush term represented by John McCain, or for bringing Obama by a landslide into the White House with a large Democratic congressional majority..... Reprinted from the People's Weekly World Newspaper


Is the KKK pro-America?

Oh, and your post completely contradicted the point you were trying to make, but no biggie.

Bootlegged
10-18-2008, 01:40 PM
Is the KKK pro-America?

Not sure. Ask Democrat Senator Byrd

kcpasco
10-18-2008, 01:41 PM
All Democrats who have liberal views are anti American terroirst didn't you know that?



This is McCarthyism at its finest!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Bootlegged
10-18-2008, 01:41 PM
http://www.moonbattery.com/archives/obama_kkk.jpg

banyon
10-18-2008, 01:42 PM
Not sure. Ask Democrat Senator Byrd

What kind of authority on Pro/Anti America are you when you can't even pick out some pretty well known historical groups and fit them into your categories?

Bootlegged
10-18-2008, 01:44 PM
What kind of authority on Pro/Anti America are you when you can't even pick out some pretty well known historical groups and fit them into your categories?


You having a good Saturday? Is your dick raw from beating off to Obama all year?

banyon
10-18-2008, 01:49 PM
You having a good Saturday? Is your dick raw from beating off to Obama all year?

Damn your posts are worthless. Maybe you should find someone stupider to argue with to make you feel clever again.

kstater
10-18-2008, 01:49 PM
You having a good Saturday? Is your dick raw from beating off to Obama all year?

Obama's a communist, he provides free lube.

Logical
10-18-2008, 01:52 PM
Damn your posts are worthless. Maybe you should find someone stupider to argue with to make you feel clever again.


I suggest he try Programmer or as we know him:

http://www.chiefsplanet.com/BB/attachment.php?attachmentid=81637&stc=1&d=1222885122

Adept Havelock
10-18-2008, 01:52 PM
What kind of authority on Pro/Anti America are you when you can't even pick out some pretty well known historical groups and fit them into your categories?

Bootlegged never forgave Roy Cohn for screaming "Oh, J. Edgar!" at the moment of climax, instead of his name.

***SPRAYER
10-18-2008, 03:01 PM
Do you agree with Representative Bachmann that Obama is anti-American?

That and he isn't an American. He's Indonesian.

banyon
10-18-2008, 03:06 PM
That and he isn't an American. He's Indonesian.

:spock: :shake:

kstater
10-18-2008, 03:08 PM
That and he isn't an American. He's Indonesian.

Well I guess we should call off the election then. Everyone don't go vote for Obama, he's not an American.

***SPRAYER
10-18-2008, 03:08 PM
Did the Mayans predict the coming of THE ONE?

Their first prophecy talks about 'The Time of No-Time'. A period of 20 years, which they call a Katún. The last 20 years of the Sun's cycle of 5,125 years. This cycle is from 1992 - 2012. They predicted that during these times, solar winds would become more intense and could be seen on the Sun. This would be a time of great realization and great change for mankind. And it would be our own lack of preservation and contamination of the planet that would contribute to these changes. According to the Mayans, these changes would happen so that mankind comprehends how the universe works so we could advance to superior levels, leaving behind superficial materialism and liberating ourselves from suffering.

The Mayans say, that seven years after the start of Katún, which is to say 1999, we would enter a time of darkness which would force us to confront our own conduct. The say that this is the time when mankind will enter 'The Sacred Hall of Mirrors'. Where we will look at ourselves and analyze our behaviors with ourselves, with others, with nature and with the planet in which we live. A time in which all of humanity, by individual conscious decisions, decides to change and eliminate fear and lack of respect from all of our relationships. The Mayans prophesied that the start of this period would be marked by a solar eclipse on August 11, 1999, known to them as 13 Ahau, 8 Cauac. And would coincide with an unprecedented planetary alignment, the 'Grand Cross' alignment. This would be the last 13 years of the Katón period. The last opportunity for our civilization to realize the changes that are coming at the moment of our spiritual regeneration.

For the Mayans, everything is numbers and the time of the 13 sacred numbers started in August 1999. They predicted that along with the eclipse, the forces of nature would act like a catalyst of changes so accelerated and with such magnitude that mankind would be powerless against them. Also, that our technologies in which we rely on so much would begin to fail us. We would no longer be able to learn from our civilization in the way that we are organized as a society. They said that our internal, spiritual development would require a better place along with a better way to interact with more respect and compassion.

The first prophecies were attained by their study of our Sun. The Mayans discovered that the entire solar system moved. That even our universe has its own cycles. Repetitive periods which begin and end like our day and night. These discoveries lead to the understanding that our solar system rotates on an ellipse that brings our solar system closer and further from the center of the galaxy. In other words, according to the Mayans, our Sun and all of its planets rotate in cycles in relation to the center of the galaxy or Hunab-Kú, the central light of the galaxy. It takes 25,625 years for our solar system to make one cycle on this ellipse. One complete cycle is called a galactic day. The cycle is divided into two halves similar to our day and night. The half closest to the central light, is our solar system's 'day' and the half furthest away is its 'night'. Each day and each night lasts 12,800 years. Which is to say, the central galaxy is the Sun for our entire solar system.

The Mayans discovered that every grand cycle has its minor cycles, that carry the same characteristics. One galactic day of 25,625 years is divided into five cycles of 5,125 years. The first cycle is the galactic morning. When our solar system is just coming out of the darkness to enter the light. The second cycle is the mid-day. When our solar system is closest to the central light. The third cycle is the afternoon. When our solar system begins to come out of the light. The fourth cycle is the late-night. When our solar system has entered its furthest cycle from the central light. And the fifth and last cycle is night before dawn. When are solar system is in its last cycle of darkness before starting again. This is the cycle we are currently coming out of.

The Mayan prophecy tells us that in 1999, our solar system began to leave the end of the fifth cycle which started in 3113 B.C. and that we find ourselves in the morning of our galactic day, exiting darkness and on the verge of being in plain day of our central galaxy in 2012. They say that at the beginning and end of these cycles, which is to say, every 5,125 years, the central sun or light of the galaxy emits a ray of light so intense and so brilliant that it illuminates the entire universe. It is from this burst of light that all of the Suns and planets sync. The Mayans compare this burst to the pulse of the universe, beating once every 5,125 years. It is these pulses that mark the end of one cycle and the beginning of the next. Each pulse lasting 20 years, a Katún.

So we come back to what they call 'The Time of No Time'. It is an evolutionary period, short but intense, inside the grand cycles where great changes take place to thrust us into a new age of evolution as individuals and as mankind.

Taco John
10-18-2008, 03:09 PM
McCain is running the most disgraceful campaign I have ever witnessed, and I witnessed two George W. Bush campaigns...

***SPRAYER
10-18-2008, 03:13 PM
http://www.crystalinks.com/cryskulls12around1mayan.jpg

Ultra Peanut
10-18-2008, 03:18 PM
Her opponent, Elwyn Tinklenberg (http://www.actblue.com/entity/fundraisers/18660), had $2,000 in donations at ActBlue prior to this. He's now received over $200,000.

Taco John
10-18-2008, 03:28 PM
Her opponent, Elwyn Tinklenberg (http://www.actblue.com/entity/fundraisers/18660), had $2,000 in donations at ActBlue prior to this. He's now received over $200,000.


Is the dude an Elf or something? What a name!

banyon
10-18-2008, 03:29 PM
Her opponent, Elwyn Tinklenberg (http://www.actblue.com/entity/fundraisers/18660), had $2,000 in donations at ActBlue prior to this. He's now received over $200,000.

Was there no one else to run with a worse name in the Congressional District? ROFL

Ultra Peanut
10-18-2008, 03:29 PM
His name is El Tinklenberg, which is Spanish for... The Tinklenberg.

Taco John
10-18-2008, 03:32 PM
Was there no one else to run with a worse name in the Congressional District? ROFL

Harry Pooterpants was too occupied with his book project.

Baby Lee
10-18-2008, 03:55 PM
Sounds like banyon's getting an idea [from his POV] of why the decades of conservatives=racist/sexist/poorhating/callous/heartless, etc., etc. has hardened people so much.

Difference being, those memes didn't come from liberals pointing out true racists/sexists/poorhaters, and a 'journalist' badgering them to speculate whom of their colleagues were like that. They'd just come out and level the accusation at every conservative and every person who so much as declined to challenge every conservative to open battle.

Ultra Peanut
10-18-2008, 04:05 PM
Keep on hackin', BL.

Baby Lee
10-18-2008, 04:13 PM
Keep on hackin', BL.

Shouldn't you be out finding more people to call retards?

Don't know if what's broken in you of recent is a function of what's broken with you in general, but I hope you come to grips with it soon. Condescending degradation slinger is such a far fall for that fella with the pretty little art projects to make everyone smile.

Ultra Peanut
10-18-2008, 04:15 PM
Laughing as your "look at me, so enlightened and neutral" facade continues to crumble away is well in line with my history, thanks.

Baby Lee
10-18-2008, 04:23 PM
Laughing as your "look at me, so enlightened and neutral" facade continues to crumble away is well in line with my history, thanks.

Link?

I've never said I'm any more enlightened or any more neutral than ANYONE, on here or elsewhere. Yet somehow, the ones that come with the insults and the protracted campaigns to 'foil' me, whether it was jettio back in the day, or TJ, or Hamas, or now you. Each starts with the supposed facade I've supposedly painstakingly erected.

Could it be that, when you agree with me, YOU see me as enlightened and neutral, but when you disagree with me, . . . why I'M the one who's supposedly changed, or eroded.

I will say that, unless I'm being transparently mischievious, or playing a rhetorical game that I shortly thereafter make clear was my intent, what I type is what I believe. But I've never set myself on a pedestal. It is humbling to think you perhaps once thought I seemed to belong on one though. Sorry to disillusion you by continuing to be myself.

In line with that, I'd wager that, if the search engine were accomodating, you could find a sentiment I penned very similar to that above, periodically but with regularity from the first moments of this site's founding.

Ultra Peanut
10-18-2008, 04:25 PM
no

Ultra Peanut
10-18-2008, 04:34 PM
That and he isn't an American. He's Indonesian.http://i33.tinypic.com/2vnmnpg.jpg

Baby Lee
10-18-2008, 04:35 PM
Link?
no
Figures.

It's not nice to lie.

Ultra Peanut
10-18-2008, 04:38 PM
i disagree

penchief
10-18-2008, 04:39 PM
Yes. He is a communist/socialist, which is in direct opposition to American capitalism.

Currently, America's corporate capitalism is in direct opposition to democracy. That's some real fascist shit that some like her in the republican party are starting to spread around.

Baby Lee
10-18-2008, 04:42 PM
It's not nice to lie.
i disagree

We are aware.

Adept Havelock
10-18-2008, 04:47 PM
We are aware.

As one pretentious bastage to another, I must say I'm a little surprised you've now taken it as far as speaking in the Royal "We". :eek:




:p

Baby Lee
10-18-2008, 04:55 PM
As one pretentious bastage to another, I must say I'm a little surprised you've now taken it as far as speaking in the Royal "We". :eek:




:p

It's pretty much 'reserved british' shorthand for 'your personal epiphany has been clear to polite society for some time, and your relating it now is actually no revelation at all.' ;)

Can't remember where I'd seen it first.

Picture, Kevin Kline's character in a Fish Called Wanda coming to the admission that he can be a bit of an ass, and Cleese stating that line matter-of-factly.

And stress the 'are'

Ultra Peanut
10-18-2008, 04:59 PM
We are aware.I'm Ed!

Frankie
10-18-2008, 05:04 PM
Sounded like Obama's spokesman (aka Mathews) got his ass handed to him.

No (assuming you mean Matthews) he was just speechless in disbelief. Like I was when I was watching that ignorant fascist.

Adept Havelock
10-18-2008, 05:09 PM
It's pretty much 'reserved british' shorthand for 'your personal epiphany has been clear to polite society for some time, and your relating it now is actually no revelation at all.' ;)

Can't remember where I'd seen it first.

Picture, Kevin Kline's character in a Fish Called Wanda coming to the admission that he can be a bit of an ass, and Cleese stating that line matter-of-factly.

And stress the 'are'

Nice visual.

Bootlegged
10-18-2008, 05:27 PM
No (assuming you mean Matthews) he was just speechless in disbelief. Like I was when I was watching that ignorant fascist.

Schlaba daba ding dong.

splatbass
10-18-2008, 05:43 PM
That and he isn't an American. He's Indonesian.

Living in Indonesia for 4 years does not make one Indonesian.

Adept Havelock
10-18-2008, 05:48 PM
Living in Indonesia for 4 years does not make one Indonesian.

Much like cutting and pasting others thoughts does not make one politically persuasive. :p

RJ
10-18-2008, 05:49 PM
That video really bothers me.

I'm bothered that the Congresswoman could so blithely lie to the camera as she did.

I'm bothered that so much of what she said wasn't lying at all, but in fact what she considered truth. She really does equate liberal with anti-American.

But I'm mostly bothered by the fact that probably 1/3 of the country agree with everything she said.

banyon
10-18-2008, 06:15 PM
Sounds like banyon's getting an idea [from his POV] of why the decades of conservatives=racist/sexist/poorhating/callous/heartless, etc., etc. has hardened people so much.

Difference being, those memes didn't come from liberals pointing out true racists/sexists/poorhaters, and a 'journalist' badgering them to speculate whom of their colleagues were like that. They'd just come out and level the accusation at every conservative and every person who so much as declined to challenge every conservative to open battle.

So this lady has no choice but to be a hateful b**** because some liberals were meanies to people like her years ago?

She's in Congress for f*cks sake. You think we should expect this sort of invective from our elected officials and can ask for no better?


On that note, I found her on a "10 worst congressmen" list:

http://www.esquire.com/features/esquire-endorsements-2008/10-worst-members-congress-1108?ha=1

http://www.esquire.com/cm/esquire/images/michelle-bachmann-1108-lg-32251321.jpg

Rep. Michele Bachmann (R), Minnesota
One gets the impression that if, in the name of "traditional values," Bachmann could rescind the vote for women, she would. Her vacant, wild eyes recall a doomsday prophet, or one of Charlie Manson's girls. Equal parts religious hack and party hack, she's got spunk and not much else.

HolmeZz
10-18-2008, 06:20 PM
I think she's the chick who stood before the house and blamed blacks for the housing crisis.

Friendo
10-18-2008, 07:01 PM
ROFL http://www.wikiality.com/Michelle_Bachman ROFLROFL

Baby Lee
10-18-2008, 07:02 PM
So this lady has no choice but to be a hateful b**** because some liberals were meanies to people like her years ago?
Miles from the point.

And interesting that she's a hateful bitch and the libs are 'iddy biddy widdle meanies.'

My point was that the anger you're expressing here, is the other side of the coin conservatives, not the bitches, not the cvnts, not the racist asshole loser idiots, or whatever other epithet you want to throw their way, but the 'conservatives' comprised of anyone who questioned the efficacy of liberal good intentions, have experienced and continue to experience.

My point was to perhaps give you perspective for the next time you consider, or see other liberals, ascribing craven motives or morals to those with whom you/they disagree.

Taco John
10-18-2008, 08:18 PM
Link?

I've never said I'm any more enlightened or any more neutral than ANYONE, on here or elsewhere. Yet somehow, the ones that come with the insults and the protracted campaigns to 'foil' me, whether it was jettio back in the day, or TJ, or Hamas, or now you. Each starts with the supposed facade I've supposedly painstakingly erected.




Frankly, I think he has you pegged wrong. You certainly don't make any attempt to appear any more neutral than anyone here. What you try to do is justify the low road by claiming that the other guys are taking a road that's even lower.

***SPRAYER
10-18-2008, 08:27 PM
She's in Congress for f*cks sake. You think we should expect this sort of invective from our elected officials and can ask for no better?


You have obviously turned a deaf ear to the "invective" spewed by Durbin, Murtha, Maxine Waters et al over the years. :rolleyes:

banyon
10-18-2008, 08:53 PM
Miles from the point.

And interesting that she's a hateful bitch and the libs are 'iddy biddy widdle meanies.'

My point was that the anger you're expressing here, is the other side of the coin conservatives, not the bitches, not the cvnts, not the racist asshole loser idiots, or whatever other epithet you want to throw their way, but the 'conservatives' comprised of anyone who questioned the efficacy of liberal good intentions, have experienced and continue to experience.

My point was to perhaps give you perspective for the next time you consider, or see other liberals, ascribing craven motives or morals to those with whom you/they disagree.


I'm not angry, morle like stunned. But at some point you have to use descriptors. I guess I could have titled it "Thoughtful demure lady offers fair political comment", but I don't think any of those words really got the point across. Should Chris Matthews have titled the segment like my thread title? Probably not. Are there different standards for random posting on an internet football BB and being a U.S. Congressperson making a national media appearance? I would think so.

Some people actually have craven motives or a distorted sense of morality. This lady appears to fit that bill. When they truly deserve it, the shoe fits.

Should you be able to call Congressman William Jefferson a corrupt POS? I would hope so, because he is.

banyon
10-18-2008, 09:28 PM
Bachmann 42% Tinklenberg 38% Grove Insight (D) 10/10-12/08 4.9%
Bachmann 40% Tinklenberg 27% Alliance for a Better MN 8/19-21/08

http://www.dcpoliticalreport.com/MNPoll.htm

Time for a new poll. ROFL

Logical
10-19-2008, 12:32 AM
Frankly, I think he has you pegged wrong. You certainly don't make any attempt to appear any more neutral than anyone here. What you try to do is justify the low road by claiming that the other guys are taking a road that's even lower.Fair and Balanced (I believe they call it):evil:

The Mad Crapper
08-02-2010, 07:22 PM
http://www.moonbattery.com/archives/obama_kkk.jpg

:LOL:

The Mad Crapper
02-16-2011, 04:18 AM
Nice summation of American communism:

http://www.booktv.org/Watch/11997/Dupes+How+Americas+Adversaries+Have+Manipulated+Progressives+for+a+Century.aspx

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