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Mrkim Report This Comment
Date: February 08, 2010 11:44PM

Wow, that's really reachin ..... even for one of our illustrious (and nutless) anonami.

Better luck next time, maybe the ol synapses will actually be firin at that point in time (*facepalm*)

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quasi Report This Comment
Date: February 09, 2010 07:25AM

Some notes scribbled on the palm are a long, long way from using teleprompters while speaking to a group of school kids. Get real.
Mrkim Report This Comment
Date: February 09, 2010 07:43AM

Just the lunatic fringe takin swipes at her, nothin more and just as surely, nothin less.

If she wasn't viewed as a viable threat to their agenda the libs wouldn't even bother with her. Their comments only show how desperately they are clutchin at straws these days.

All in all it's of little matter as many of the libs (who actually can read) have read the writing on the wall and are droppin outta the coming elections like flies, all of their own will, while many more will be findin themselves in the unemployment lines with so many of their fellow Americans after they get their asses handed to them by the electorate in November (*butt*)

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quasi Report This Comment
Date: February 09, 2010 08:24AM

I think people fear her because unlike Obama who campaigned under the banner of "change" she represents a real change, a real person and not someone produced by the usual political machines.
Onyma Report This Comment
Date: February 09, 2010 10:00AM

I think it was agreed that the teleprompters and school kids incident was a press conference held at a school, just like the one Bush held a few years earlier with the same equipment in a classroom.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 09/02/2010 10:00AM by Onyma.
quasi Report This Comment
Date: February 09, 2010 03:20PM

Did I mention Obama in my teleprompter statement? Did I not say Palin is the real change from the usual political machines? I only mentioned Obama to say he's just more of the same under a banner of change.



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Onyma Report This Comment
Date: February 09, 2010 04:36PM

Ahh yes... true... though my point is still that when teleprompters are used in front of school kids it's a press conference, not a chat to the kids. Press conferences get written by speech writers and revised extensively so all the details are conveyed precisely and are 'expected' to be recited word for word.

As for Palin, I'm not sure why she writes notes on her hand. Why not just take up a sheets of paper like every other orator in the world does? Perhaps she wants to appear like what she's saying is coming off the top of her head? If one of the other people on stage shakes her hand with a sweaty palm it could wipe out everything she had to say smiling
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quasi Report This Comment
Date: February 09, 2010 05:59PM

For years I used a Sharpie marker to write reminders to myself on my hand because often paper was unavailable or inconvenient when I needed to remember something while having the Sharpie was part of my job for marking boxes. Don't know why Palin does it but to me it's just one more way that she shows she's a regular person and not another political hack.
ShockACon Report This Comment
Date: February 09, 2010 07:51PM

I can't believe her fans are trying to make this whole thing into a positive. Sarah Palin criticizes the president for standing behind a lectern and using telepromters. Meanwhile, she stands behind a lectern and reads crib notes from her hand.

It doesn't show that she's "just a normal gal." It shows that she's a huge hypocrite. That's all.

How can Conservatives bash Obama for being "an elitist" while they pay Sarah Palin $100,000 to speak at a dinner? And how can Conservatives continue to bash Obama for being a "celebrity" while they sing praises to Sarah Palin as she speaks on FOX News as a "political correspondent"?

I have also heard many Conservatives saying how wonderful it is that Palin quit her job as governor since she could "do more good" as a private citizen.

As Conservative John Stossel would say, "Give me a break."
Mach Report This Comment
Date: February 09, 2010 09:07PM

The first Palin pic here with the Israeli Flag first in line was mine, I couldn't log in so I just posted Anon., BUT, here we go down the same old road, you old 50's and 60's Timothy Leary brainwashed mutts are fucked, all history ever shows is a bunch of promises from politicians about how things are going to be, as soon as those promises don't come true it is blamed on the other side (Reps/Dems) and you guys jump on the bandwagons, you are being played and are too lazy to just "brick wall" those shit disturbing trouble-making politicians.... it's time for some regular people to get into some offices and NO, Palin is NOT that!

She is just another puppet. "Palin will get a speaking fee of $100,000 for speaking at the Tea Party Nation Convention in Nashville, Tennessee, February 4, 2010." Real Tea Partiers will speak from their heart for free, and be proud of it!

If you are just going to do nothing but sit around justify every stupid thing she does from here on out, shut the fuck up. the finger
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So the GOP is out there successfully pretending in front of the angry tea partiers that they, too, are furious about Wall Street's gorging and domination of Washington, all while simultaneously crawling to Wall Street and pledging to be good little boys and girls -- and to keep the agitated masses at bay -- if Wall Street once again purchases them rather than the Democrats. The only thing more absurd than the Democrats' pretending to be the Populist Party of the People is the Republican Party's doing so.


Monday, Feb 8, 2010 06:09 EST
Wall Street owners angry with their purchase
By Glenn Greenwald

Political science professors could require students to read this article from today's New York Times and little else would be needed to convey the essence of the American political system. The article describes how Wall Street -- which poured massive amounts of money into the Obama campaign and the Democratic Party over the last several years, ensuring unparalleled access and influence -- is now threatening to support the Republicans if Obama keeps saying mean things about them. Wall Street executives are angry that, after duly purchasing the Democrats (they have receipts and everything), the Obama White House is now rousing the dirty rabble with their anti-banker rhetoric:

Republicans are rushing to capitalize on what they call Wall Street’s "buyer’s remorse" with the Democrats. And industry executives and lobbyists are warning Democrats that if Mr. Obama keeps attacking Wall Street "fat cats," they may fight back by withholding their cash.

"If the president doesn’t become a little more balanced and centrist in his approach, then he will likely lose that support," said Kelly S. King, the chairman and chief executive of BB&T. Mr. King is a board member of the Financial Services Roundtable, which lobbies for the biggest banks, and last month he helped represent the industry at a private dinner at the Treasury Department.

"I understand the public outcry," he continued. "We have a 17 percent real unemployment rate, people are hurting, and they want to see punishment. But the political rhetoric just incites more animosity and gets people riled up" . . . "If the president wanted to turn every Democrat on Wall Street into a Republican," one industry lobbyist said, "he is doing everything right."

There are numerous points to note about all of this. First, there simply is no more odious faction inside the U.S. than Wall Street bankers -- and that's saying quite a bit. Just over a year ago, they almost caused a complete global economic collapse -- and did cause extreme economic suffering around the world which continues to this day -- with their sleazy, piggish and lawless behavior. Yet barely a year later, they now turn around and threaten their purchased politicians with punishment if their behavior is meaningfully restricted or even if they're publicly criticized. In light of what they did -- and are still doing -- they should consider themselves lucky that the public hasn't stormed their homes and offices in mass rage. Far less pernicious behavior has triggered such uprisings in the past, and if the American public hadn't been as ingrained with the passivity and learned helplessness they've been trained to accept, one would certainly have seen some of that. In a rational, democratically engaged society, multi-million dollar taxpayer-enabled banker bonuses, combined with mass unemployment and home foreclosures (combined with establishment threats to reduce Social Security and Medicare), is not the ideal means for maintaining social order.

Second, stories like this ought to put to rest forever the notion that the Republican Party is some sort of haven for populist anger. As subservient as the Democrats have been to Wall Street -- note that, more than a year later, Wall Street can only complain about "rhetoric," not any actual legislation that has been passed -- the Republicans are out there promising Wall Street to be even more loyal servants if they're given the dog treats that have recently been going to the Democrats:

Senator John Cornyn of Texas, chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee, said he visited New York about twice a month to try to tap into Wall Street’s "buyers’ remorse." "I just don’t know how long you can expect people to contribute money to a political party whose main plank of their platform is to punish you," Mr. Cornyn said.

So the GOP is out there successfully pretending in front of the angry tea partiers that they, too, are furious about Wall Street's gorging and domination of Washington, all while simultaneously crawling to Wall Street and pledging to be good little boys and girls -- and to keep the agitated masses at bay -- if Wall Street once again purchases them rather than the Democrats. The only thing more absurd than the Democrats' pretending to be the Populist Party of the People is the Republican Party's doing so.

Third, that Wall Street is dissatisfied with the Democrats and the Obama administration reveals how extreme are their expectations of control of the Government. The second-highest-ranking Democratic Senator, Dick Durbin, recently conceded of the Democratic-controlled Congress: "frankly, bankers own the place." It's impossible to find a more loyal and attentive servant to bankers than Obama Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner. As the NYT article this morning details, Wall Street executives and their lobbyists have virtually unfettered access to the administration and to the President himself. You would think they'd be satisfied with the state of affairs in Washington. Yet so extreme are their perceived entitlements of control that even mere symbolic and rhetorical disobedience from the politicians they own -- he said some mean things about us -- creates a sense of righteous grievance: our government employees do not behave this way toward us and will be punished if it continues.

Finally, marvel at the cowardice, as well as the journalistic shoddiness, evident in these anonymity-based passages:

The expectation in Washington is that "We can kick you around, and you are still going to give us money," said a top official at a major Wall Street firm, speaking on the condition of anonymity for fear of alienating the White House. "We are not going to play that game anymore." . . .

"If the president wanted to turn every Democrat on Wall Street into a Republican," one industry lobbyist said, "he is doing everything right."

In essence, Wall Street executives said to David Kirkpatrick, the NYT reporter who wrote this story: "I want to threaten and criticize the President, but I'm too much of a coward to do so with my name attached, so will you let me do it in your paper anonymously"? And Kirkpatrick replied: "Oh, absolutely; that's what anonymity is for: to let the country's most powerful people spew venom and issue threats while being shielded and protected by journalists from accountability." Perhaps one of those nameless executives might have inquired of Kirkpatrick: "but didn't your newspaper publish very stringent guidelines limiting the use of anonymity in the wake of the Iraq debacle?", to which Kirkpatrick could easily and truthfully have replied: "oh, those? Please. Nobody worries about that, least of all us. That's just there to placate the same angry rabble whom you're now ordering your political property to more efficiently pacify."

[www.salon.com]
Mrkim Report This Comment
Date: February 09, 2010 09:51PM

After a long day on the road and another tmarra, all I can say is there's much more to be said on this topic than I have time for at the moment.

TBC .... grinning
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fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: February 09, 2010 10:05PM

i love Palin-phobia smiling
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ShockACon Report This Comment
Date: February 09, 2010 10:16PM

Ah - the old "you're talking about her so you must be intimidated by her" argument.

If such is the case, then the Obama bashers must be insanely intimidated because they've been going non-stop since November 2008.

From 2001-2009, Republicans blamed every problem on Bill Clinton and the Democratic Congress that "took over" in 2006. Meanwhile, Republicans launched 141 filibusters and 14 Bush vetoes to prevent any and all legislative progress. Then, Republicans shouted to everyone that the Democrats are a "do-nothing Congress."

When the Democrats were a minority in Congress, Republicans sponsored legislation to eliminate the filibuster. These days, I bet they're very thankful that they failed on that initiative.

Again - give me a break.
pro_junior Report This Comment
Date: February 09, 2010 10:39PM

fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: February 09, 2010 11:05PM

so when people bashed Bush for 8 years, they really musta been intimidated. smiling
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one of the days you're going to make a point. smiling
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jgoins Report This Comment
Date: February 10, 2010 07:33AM

Well yes, we are intimidated by Odamna, he is an idiot.
Kim_Suk_Mai_Wang Report This Comment
Date: February 10, 2010 09:59AM

Stephen Colbert said it best...."Sarah Palin is a [email protected] retard". It's ok...cause it's satire. up yours
FrostedApe Report This Comment
Date: February 10, 2010 11:51AM

As I've already posted, I'm no fan of Palin, and there are plenty of reasons not to like her. Of course, the lib-tards latch onto a complete non-issue like this one, and completely miss the point.

If she can help enough people get elected this Fall to totally grid-lock Washington for a couple of years, I might be willing to cut her some slack, though.
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: February 11, 2010 07:12AM

What if she helps remove every incumbent this year.
FrostedApe Report This Comment
Date: February 13, 2010 10:48AM

++ GOOD
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: February 13, 2010 12:21PM

what if she wakes up enough people to gather a large enough force that both shitbag parties will need to solicit her "base's" vote? hmmmmm
Mach Report This Comment
Date: February 13, 2010 08:39PM

fossil_digger Wrote:
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> what if she wakes up enough people to gather a
> large enough force that both shitbag parties will
> need to solicit her "base's" vote? hmmmmm


You're asking for just good ol' HOPE huh?

She is just being used by the same neos that she licked on before, if it wasn't for them she wouldn't even have all of those "cool" clothes she wears... she is as far from a leader as you can get.... quit fucking listening to what they say and start digging in to what they really do! Hold them accountable in and for the longgg run.

By the way, Beck is taking a Grassroot "asskicking" for going off on Medina (Debra), there's people in Texas saying to boycott Beck.

(*horse*) (*horse*) (*horse*) (*horse*) (*horse*)
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fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: February 13, 2010 08:53PM

it's the other way around, she's using the tea party and Fox news to thumb her nose at you know who. Ron Paul is due up next to slobber all over the tea party goers. smiling
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jgoins Report This Comment
Date: February 14, 2010 07:09AM

Just go down the line and vote everyone out in November and see what kind of a message that sends to congress.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: February 14, 2010 11:13AM

repugnant or demochimp doesn't matter, progressives have infiltrated both parties and are the real enemies of freedom
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: February 15, 2010 08:06AM

You're right Fossil. If they have the job right now then we need to fire them and hire someone else regardless of who it is.
Ma.... Anonymous Report This Comment
Date: February 15, 2010 04:33PM

You guys are ridiculous, you guys are the ones that supported the most anti-freedom Neo-"Nazi" organization on the planet, now you want to comfortably sit around and talk about real freedom.... just because Obamas in there...... McCain would have got in there and you would have been licking his ass on a daily basis.

Where have we come in the past 10 friggin years?! Well, a lot of you have overwhelmingly supported a not only giant waste of time, but encouraged it with your underling loyalty.

10 years with .... THE WAR ON TERROR... AND WHAT DO WE HAVE TO SHOW FOR IT???...... LESS FREEDOM! You've been played and your egos just can't admit it, you'd rather keep being dumb than admit to your own stupidity.

[www.veteranstoday.com]
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: February 15, 2010 05:27PM

you sniveling liberal cowards are comical, just when did i or any of the other commentors here ever defend the Repugnants? what we did was make fun of your imaginations. that does not constitute support. i guess the old "if you say it enough times" bullshit works for the press, what should stop you from following too close with your noses in their butts? keep it up little sheep, the demochimps/progressives in general are counting on you to keep the 2 party (repetitive lies) system going.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: February 15, 2010 05:32PM

for every example you can show me that the Repugnants did wrong, i can show you how the libtards are doing the same damn thing twice as hard.
ShockACon Report This Comment
Date: February 16, 2010 12:15AM

Let me get this straight Fossil: You hate both parties because they are corrupt, but Liberals are far worse than Conservatives?

And you don't ever defend Republicans - but you will continue to vote straight GOP ticket for the rest of your life while chanting, "At least they're not Liberal morons."?

Is that correct? If so - then I suggest you turn off talk radio, Fox News, Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Bill O'Reilly, Ann Coulter, etc. and begin asking yourself why Conservatives need so many "pundits" telling them what the "news" means and how they should feel about every issue.

I realize that Obama and the Democrats are FAR from perfect - but I think they're doing the best job that they can, considering the mess that we're in and the complete opposition that the minority party is putting forth.

If the GOP would stop courting polarizing, extreme right wing figures like Palin and start focusing on more moderate candidates, and maybe even suggesting some viable alternative plans once in awhile, then even I might vote Republican in 2012. But I have a feeling that is not going to happen.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: February 16, 2010 12:22AM

why do you insist that i vote repugnant? 'fuck is wrong with you? you're making a fool of yourself. smiling
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fossil (R) Report This Comment
Date: February 16, 2010 04:48AM

same old fossil... divide and conquer..... here's a good one for you.... FUCK THE THE LIBERAL DEMOCRATIC STAB YOU IN THE BACK WITH A SMILE PIECES OF SHIT!!!!!!

You sit around here saying nobody around here supported the neo-republicans? That's an outright lie! I'll have to start digging into plus613 history and dig up some text evidence. You yourself defend Palin and she is just another same ol' same ol'.... with new clothes that is....


Go look up some Republican ass kissing you've done and let me know what you found, here, I'll help you....

[lmgtfy.com]

I knew it...

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jgoins Report This Comment
Date: February 16, 2010 08:06AM

I can almost guarantee that Fossil Digger Mr. Kim nor myself or anyone with any sense will vote party line in November. Anybody with sense will vote all incumbents out of office regardless of his party affiliation.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: February 16, 2010 12:39PM

good luck finding "proof" smiling
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fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: February 16, 2010 12:43PM

that google link did lea to one of my favorites.....a fork
Mrkim Report This Comment
Date: February 16, 2010 01:20PM

I don't hate both parties because they're corrupt, but I damned sure despise any member of congress or group of congresspeople who deal underhanded political BS and refuse to listen to the voice of their constituents and instead have some idea that because we elected them they are somehow suddenly empowered to know what's best for us instead and just enact laws in opposition to the consensus of the electorate!

Anyone voting a straight party ticket only points up their individual laziness and lack of logic in doing so. In case that somehow misses the mark let me restate it by saying NO FUCKING PARTY offers all the best solutions or candidates.

Anyone who thinks we should turn off the closest thing we have to a source of actually reporting what's goin on in our government without 1st filtering it through the "let me PLEASE be the next to suck your dick mr. prez, Please PLEASE!" pundits that control the bulk of the media these days (not the lion share of the audience, just the lions share of media holdings and outlets) is effectively asking that no one should question our govt., it's direction and certainly not it's motives.

MSNBC, CBS, ABC, PBS and all their affiliates carp on endlessly about anyone standing in opposition to this administrations agenda as "obstructionist", "racially motivated", "extreme right wingers", or the extremely cunningly divisive pejorative they love to call anyone associated with the Tea Party movement in calling them Teabaggers, but NO, that's not slanted at all or overtly agendized, Huh? Yep, that's fair and balanced reporting .... so long as running things through a Saul Alinsky filter 1st makes it so. One of the primary tenets of his Rules For Radicals is when you meet opposition do your best to minimize the morals and character of your opponents by demeaning their mentality and vilifying their opposition in any way possible. This is so fucking obvious in the "other" media outlets daily spew it's sickening to even watch.

BTW, to put it in the simplest of terms, disagreeing with proposed policies and legislation is only obstructionist if it's also done in opposition to the opinion of the electorate at large. It's hardly being "obstructionist" for the opposition to stand against political policies because their constituents say THEY are in disagreement and the opposition is actually only then acting upon THEIR wishes, which just happen to also not agree with the prezs agenda!

Debate, real honest, open debate is what moves republics forward, not back stabbing, not back door dealing, and damned sure not misrepresentation of the electorates opinion and refusing to honestly represent them! But, debate is one thing people trying to subvert the will of the electorate run from like the fuckin plague at every opportunity.

Take a few minutes and do your homework to learn of Obamas recent "redirection" tactics. He's been told he's too visible and that having questioning segments of the press available when he chooses to speak in public are "muting and watering down" his message so he's been redirected by his handlers to "filter" his public appearances by being more limiting of whom will be allowed to be present and make more one sided methods of discourse like his web based "talks" where he's the only one speaking the best course forward. Sounds like he and Hugo Chavez really do have a lot in common. The biggest difference here is that although he's tried to do so, Obama hasn't managed to get the "other side" of the media shut down like Chavez did.

I make no bones about it ... I want this god damned piece of shit out of office! He's a pandering puppet to the big $$ that got him elected, pushes at every turn to confound business growth in this country, has done more to foster the possibility of national bankruptcy of our government and industry, has grown an already HUGE federal government by another 20+% in just one year and has turned a deaf ear to the American electorates cries to stop the madness while taking another of Sauls principles straight to heart which says "When the going gets tough, HIT THE GAS and forge straight ahead, the end result justifies the means.".

Whatta fuckin cheezedick we have for a pres.!

And here's a shout out to the 92% of the black electorate who helped install this piece of dogshit "'cuz he beez (1/2) black" and the witless starry eyed yo-yos that gobbled up his "Change you can believe in!" crap like it was strawberry shortcake on a hot afternoon, never mind he never even related what he meant until he was in office and set about the inner destruction of one of the most powerful economies and countries to have been a part of the worlds history!

I hate being redundant but I'll ask again .... What in the hell has Obama done that's been positive for the American public since he's been in office? Come on all you libs, let's hear it hot smiley

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fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: February 16, 2010 06:23PM

The Little Liberals
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: February 16, 2010 10:15PM

where's that proof you were squakin''bout? smiling
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brokntoad Report This Comment
Date: February 17, 2010 12:17AM

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Posted by: fossil_digger [x]
Date: August 19, 2006 06:43PM

your questions are .....not worth answering because you don't want to hear the truth. all you want to hear is something derogatory towards bush, and I'm afraid you're barking up the wrong tree. in other words...go hump someone else's leg
brokntoad Report This Comment
Date: February 17, 2010 12:19AM

Posted by: fossil_digger [x]
Date: February 15, 2010 03:32PM

for every example you can show me that the Repugnants did wrong, i can show you how the libtards are doing the same damn thing twice as hard
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: February 17, 2010 12:23AM

and those prove what toad? smiling
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the second proves my point...
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fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: February 17, 2010 12:26AM

hey Colorado, you sure you need toad to help ya? smiling
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remember this one Toad? lmao!



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fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: February 17, 2010 01:31AM

hey Toad, some questions you have yet to answer are....
why are we still in Iraq?
why are we still in Afghanistan?
why is Guantanamo still open?
are you taxed enough?
what has Barry done right since being elected?

and did you buy a fantasy football loser t-shirt? smiling
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jgoins Report This Comment
Date: February 17, 2010 07:35AM

Who was it some time past trying to preach a revolution here during Bush administration and where is he now?
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: February 17, 2010 01:58PM

you still won't answer the questions toad? do you need some help?smiling
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brokntoad Report This Comment
Date: February 17, 2010 08:55PM

wow... 4 minutes to respond to my post and still posting an hour and a half later. How many pictures did you find to post on here in that time?

1) Stating you wont say anything bad about Bush means... um... do I really have to explain that?
2) your statement says Republicans are bad but Democrats are twice as bad. Funny thing is I dont remember you ever bashing Republicans until recently.

3) I didnt remember that until I read it again. I think Pro had as much fun with that as I did. Funny stuff. You see foto_digger, some of us come here when we are really bored and make fun of people who are easy to make fun of. skullwithnobrains says that I do it to make myself feel smarter and better about myself. He's probably right as he does come across as one of the smarter guys on the internet. You should let him in your club.

4-6) NO, I am not naive enough to expect anyone to undo a mess that took 8 years to create in one year.

7) The only taxes I bitch about are cigarette tax and beer tax but I live in Montana.

8) Put your panties in a bunch.

9) No but I am going to. Thanks! I am going to get one for the last place finisher in my league. They get their money back but have to buy drinks. It will be cool to make them wear it.

10) No.... But answer me one question. Do you think Bush was a good president?
brokntoad Report This Comment
Date: February 17, 2010 09:02PM

jgoins... he got sick of making fun of you and quit coming here.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: February 17, 2010 09:08PM

that's about the intellect i expected from you toad.

10. hell fucking no!
and the pictures....took about 5 minutes. you know that google thingy isn't hard to use, you might try it some time. smiling
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fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: February 17, 2010 09:41PM

can you tell me what Iran means in Farsi? it's a clue to the right answers to my first couple of questions.
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: February 18, 2010 07:35AM

In Persian language, the name Iran is a cognate of Aryan, and means Land of the Aryans.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: February 18, 2010 11:15AM

damn toad, are you going to let jgoins show you up? this is your history lesson.
what can you tell me of The Balfour Declaration?
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: February 18, 2010 11:22AM

who was the U.S. president when Iran changed their name?
and what can be attributed to his "legacy"?
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: February 19, 2010 07:27AM

The Balfour Declaration
Created a homeland for the Jews in Palestine around 1917.
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: February 19, 2010 07:38AM

Iranians people adopted the name change around 1949 and Dwight D Eisenhower was president. He created legislation that added over 10 million Americans to the Social Security system. Was also inducted into the World Golf Hall Of Fame. I prefer to call him the father of our interstate highway system
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: February 19, 2010 12:43PM

damn toad, you're getting your ass kicked. smiling
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lemme correct you jgoins...1935 (FDR president)

can anyone see where i'm going here?
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: February 20, 2010 06:30AM

But the Iranian people didn't adopt the name change until 1940s.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: February 20, 2010 11:01AM

no no no, it was official in 1935 at the behest of guess who?
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: February 20, 2010 11:35AM

well... i guess "who" could be debated indefinately because of the use of the title for 1000+ years.
Mach♠ Report This Comment
Date: February 20, 2010 05:00PM

The key with how things really are is..... you can just keep going back farther and farther and everything changes.
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: February 21, 2010 06:42AM

Sooner or later Iran will have to be destroyed.