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Posted by Cannonpointer
23 Nov 2016, 12:30 am

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golfboy » 22 Nov 2016 10:46 pm wrote:
Disgusting pigs.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wDKCYlrOS8s

"What's Better Than 11 Dead Cops, 12 Dead Cops!"
Git on that cop dick, boy. Balls, too. You know you love it.
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Posted by Obummerstinks
01 Feb 2014, 1:54 am

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Cannonpointer » 01 Feb 2014 12:42 am wrote:

Precisely. He will be dealt with just like any other crooked pol that gets caught. Live with it - he's done.


We'll see, politicians make a living doing waaaaaaaaaay worse than this.

Hey, I'm sure you'll disagree......maybe you can take away another 5 rep points like you've done previously fruitcake.
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Posted by Technocrat
18 Aug 2014, 6:13 pm

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littlehawk12 » 18 Aug 2014 3:14 pm wrote:
Are you retarded? That doesn't even make sense.

18 is when I went on my own. Unlike you, who have lived under your mommy and daddy's wing your entire life. What's it like to never accomplish anything on your own, loser?


IDK about you. I consider my myriad academic awards, 4.0 GPA. and perfect score on the professional examination an accomplishment. You live with racoons and beavers in the wilderness playing militia toy soldier. I live a life of ease.

Who really won?
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Posted by TonySplacci
13 Nov 2015, 5:59 pm

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rayj » 13 Nov 2015 4:46 pm wrote:
Here is a good time for you libs to prove your humanity. Call your reps right now and demand no refugees!!


Im sure the gun fondlers here in the US will keep the evildoers at bey.. Id hate to miss my daily coffee meeting at the McD over in Boyd.
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Posted by golfboy
12 Nov 2015, 7:47 pm

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Technocrat » 12 Nov 2015 6:42 pm wrote:
NPR is pretty good. Objective. Fair. Balanced.

Obviously that's not true. NPR needs to be abolished.
Why do we need Pravda, when we have cbsabcnbcnccnytimes?
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Posted by Misty
27 Jul 2016, 3:19 pm

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Independent » 27 Jul 2016 2:43 pm wrote:
Trump calls on Russia to release any of Hillary's private emails that she didn't turn over to FBI because they weren't "work-related"

His campaign is already trying to walk this back, basically by saying that he did NOT say something we all clearly heard him say with our own ears.

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To be clear Jason Miller, that is exactly what he did.

The narcissistic human airhorn can't stand the fact that Hillary is getting more attention than he is this week, so he just had to say something outrageous in an attempt to steal back the spotlight.

Nevermind that his comments marked what amounts to an unprecedented appeal to a foreign country to launch an espionage operation against a political opponent.

Watergate started with a break-in at the DNC headquarters.
I'm just sayin'.

Some people just can't handle the truth.

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Posted by Henry_
20 Sep 2016, 11:09 am

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charles.thompson » 20 Sep 2016 11:05 am wrote:

The only thing I need to read on your link is aclu. Lol. Dude...if i tried to argue with you about climate change, would you trust a website from exxon? the aclu makes their money from this sort of thing.


I'm not arguing anything with you. Your out of hand dismissal of the ACLU says all I need to know.
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Posted by golfboy
16 Jan 2014, 7:19 pm

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Cannonpointer » 16 Jan 2014 6:15 pm wrote:

"In debt" is not even an honest term. These partisan hacks pretend that "liabilities" from a century out are "unfunded," because the people who will need them have not yet been born to pay for them.

The Social Security Trust Fund has trillions of dollars in liquid assets, but they pretend it is "broke" because, by law, it was required to invest the money in sovereign debt - that is, the fund holds T-BILLS. If a Wall Street investment firm held trillions of dollars in T-Bills in its portfolio, they would declare it solvent and solid,because they cannot imagine our nation ever defaulting on Wall Streeters. But they declare SS insolvent, since they know in their black hearts that they would vote to rob our seniors.

I challenge anyone to explain their two-faced memes by any other rationale.

Now Cannon wants to change the subject because he can't debate the facts about the Medicare liabilities.
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Posted by golfboy
24 Feb 2014, 4:43 pm

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shintao » 24 Feb 2014 3:19 pm wrote:
That's really what the American tax system looks like: Not 47 percent paying nothing, but everybody paying something, and most Americans paying between 25 percent and 30 percent of their income -- which is, by the way, a lot more the 13.9 percent Mitt Romney paid in 2011.

I'm wondering how many caught the lies told in this sentence...
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Posted by bingster
09 Apr 2014, 5:30 pm

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Upuranus » 09 Apr 2014 5:14 pm wrote:
we need baseball bat control...we need anti-freeze control...control...control...we must control


I was waiting to see if a con would be stupid enough to post a thread regarding the school knifing. Notice a big fucking difference, you dufus? Nobody died!
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Posted by Str8tEdge
13 Jun 2014, 10:22 pm

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jayjay » 13 Jun 2014 8:55 am wrote:
I've also noticed some problems with the software--apparently I'm not receiving any upvotes, for example.


Down votes seem to be working! :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:
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15 Sep 2014, 8:19 pm

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littlehawk12 » 15 Sep 2014 7:57 pm wrote:
All Red States in the top 5. All Blue states in the bottom 5. what's that say about who runs a better economy.

:D :D :D :D

The Facts don't lie!


Taxpayers in Alaska who enjoy keeping their money will be happy to see a new report that claims the country’s 49th state is best able to fund its obligations.
Residents of Connecticut may not feel as good.
The Truth in Accounting report ranks the states by “taxpayer burden,” a measure that represents the amount each taxpayer would have to pay his or her state’s treasury to fill its financial hole.
Truth in Accounting, a Chicago-based nonprofit, determined that the states with the highest taxpayer burden — deemed “Sinkhole States” — are, in descending order, Connecticut, Illinois, New Jersey, Massachusetts and Hawaii.
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The “Sinkhole States”
The states with the largest “taxpayer surplus” — called “Sunshine States” based on having assets available to pay their bills — are, from the top: Alaska, North Dakota, Wyoming, Utah and South Dakota.
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The “Sunshine States”
Taxpayer burden is calculated by determining each taxpayer’s share of state debt after setting aside capital-related debt and assets. Remaining debt is primarily unpaid pension and retirement health promises.
In its fifth annual report, released this month, Truth in Accounting says states that have unfunded pension liabilities put a burden on future taxpayers, even though “they will not receive any services” from the retired employees who earn those pensions.
States with taxpayer surplus, on the other hand, fund pension costs during the year employees earn the benefits, and the money is set aside for that year.
Connecticut, which the report considers to be in the worst financial shape, has an overall budget shortfall of $61.4 billion, which breaks down to $48,100 per taxpayer.
Truth in Accounting reports that most of Connecticut’s retirement benefits have been promised but not funded.
A Connecticut law requires the legislature to pass a balanced budget. This likely explains why the state chose not to report its entire retirement benefit liability. The report says:
One of the reasons Connecticut is in this precarious financial position is state officials use antiquated budgeting and accounting rules to report Connecticut’s financial condition. Since employee retirement benefits are not immediately payable in cash, the related compensation costs have been ignored when calculating balanced budgets.

Alaska, reported to be in the best financial shape, has an overall budget surplus of $13.5 billion, which breaks down to $46,900 per taxpayer. The report says Alaska has enough money to pay state employees’ retirement benefits and other outstanding bills:
Alaska is in good financial shape because the legislators and governors have only promised citizens and employees what they can afford to deliver.

See how your fared state by reading the Truth in Accounting report.
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who's ass did you pull this shitty link from?
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13 Oct 2014, 9:18 am

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Annoyed Liberall » 13 Oct 2014 9:03 am wrote:
Most people don't understand true conservatism and true liberalism. The terms have been bastardized by hate politics. A true liberal is also conservative.


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07 Nov 2014, 11:43 pm

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Even less qualified than The Godfather Pizza 9-9-9 jagoff.
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05 Dec 2014, 6:22 pm

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GailyBee » 05 Dec 2014 9:48 am wrote:
rayj » 05 Dec 2014 7:50 am wrote:
Hillary says we have to show empathy towards our enemies!!!!

Do you believe that fucking shit?


If you've ever read anything from the Bible, you will recognize the sentiment. "Love your enemies". Powerful stuff, if you understand it.

That 'fucking shit' is at the very foundation of Christian belief.

But then, one would have to be a real Christian to fully grasp the concept and practice it.

Right?

Or, maybe just a human being who understands that compassion instead of ignorance is a key component to peace.



You're a progressive communist...you have no right to interpret what is said in the bible or the constitution for that matter
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Posted by golfboy
17 Dec 2014, 3:30 pm

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Misty » 17 Dec 2014 2:14 pm wrote:
RichClem » 17 Dec 2014 2:02 pm wrote:
Is waterboarding torture? Maybe, and it has been defined as that in some legal cases.
There is no maybe about it. It has been defined as torture for centuries Jackhole. Until those two clowns at the Office of Legal Counsel said it wasn't. And they have been thoroughly discredited.
If you believe in torture, then just say you believe in torture and stop trying to hide behind all this bullshit.

They could have cracked even the most hardened of terrorists without using waterboarding.
All they had to do was read your posts to them.

What we did to those THREE terrorists wasn't waterboarding.
We've been though this before, but it appears you failed to learn anything.

If we tortured someone, and torture is illegal, why did Eric Holder decline to prosecute anyone after his investigation completed?
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Posted by Misty
18 Dec 2014, 6:58 pm

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greatnpowerfuloz » 18 Dec 2014 5:53 pm wrote:
Golfboy, it may not be as clear cut as the quote (as written) would appear.
Don't listen to that Jackass Oz.
I guess the self-appointed genius doesn't know that the statement in the OP accurately portrays George Washington's feelings about the treatment of prisoners.
Maybe they didn't teach history where he went to school.
Few prisons existed in the colonies before the American Revolution, so the term "prisoner" belies the true status of soldiers captured as prisoners of war during the Revolution.

As major battles yielded significant numbers of captives, decisions had to be made quickly regarding where prisoners would be interred and how they would be supported.

The Continental Congress ultimately accepted responsibility for the administration of prisoners of war, but gave broad authority on the matter to the Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army, General George Washington.

Washington took an active role in the prisoner situation and was a constant advocate for the fair treatment of prisoners.

http://www.mountvernon.org/research-col ... rs-of-war/


Let him tell you that quote was 'fabricated and taken out of context.'
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Posted by Misty
28 Jan 2015, 8:54 pm

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golfboy » 28 Jan 2015 7:50 pm wrote:
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golfboy » 28 Jan 2015 7:31 pm wrote:
The forum collective IQ went up temporarily while you were gone.
And it drops precipitously every time you make a post.

Did you think that up all by yourself, or did your preschooler help you?
I guess you keep a preschooler locked up in your basement, so you think everyone has one, but I don't have a preschooler.
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Posted by Two If By Tea
18 Feb 2015, 8:23 am

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Let's see when Obama took office he started with 2 girls and now he has a bunch of sons now too starting with Trayvon so how many sons is that now.

how many sons does Obama got now and Damn Michelle will you close your legs already gosh why do gotta be such a human puppy mill Obama need to get her fixed.
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Posted by danobivins
24 Mar 2015, 1:07 pm

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If you have a $50 copay, you have shitty insurance. That,s not a copay, that,s a fee.
What you are describing with your brotherinlaw is called *moral hazard*, the premise that if healthcare is free, it will be overused or frivolously used.
The moral hazard premise has been discredited and debunked repeatedly for the past 60 yrs with countless studies.
No one wants to go to the doctor or hospital. It,s not like a free ticket to Disneyworld. No one wants to spend 2 hrs in an ER waiting room, then 6 hrs lying on a gurney in the hallway waiting for the results of tests with a bigass IV hanging out of their arm and no food.
Like...fucking...DUH.
Your brotherinlaw story is horseshit, just like the stories of the welfare queens collecting enuf for 3 kids to buy a Mercedes and live in a penthouse.
Just like the union custodian making $40 an hour for sitting on his ass.
Just like the old lady collecting millions from McD for spilling coffee in her lap.
Give it up. Save it for your gullible con friends.
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