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And the MSM, wholly owned subsidiary of the DNC, continue their planting campaign during the debates. Strangely, almost all of CNN’s “undecided, concerned voters asking critical questions” seem to be avowed Democrat activists.

Something that can be found out by anybody with two minutes and knowledge of that mysterious device called “Google”, but is apparently too hideously arcane and complex for the impeccably credentialed journaljizzmers and their nine thousand, six hundred and umpty-nine layers of editors and researchers.

It must be CNN’s concern over glowbullshit wormening, because with all of those plants they’re making, they have made enough offsets to run a coal-fired megaplant for about nineteen centuries already.

Bias? What bias?

42 Responses to “What We Need Now is an Industrial Grade Weed Whacker”
  1. Blackiswhite, Imperial Agent Provocateur Comment by Blackiswhite, Imperial Agent Provocateur

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    Maybe it is time for the Candidates to stop debating on “The Most Busted Name In [Fake] News”?

    Nahhh. That would require a backbone and a set of stones. You could look for a year In D.C. and not find either.

  2. Blackiswhite, Imperial Agent Provocateur Comment by Blackiswhite, Imperial Agent Provocateur

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    Oh…and foistest!

  3. LC Cheapshot911, Dept. of Redneck Tech Comment by LC Cheapshot911, Dept. of Redneck Tech

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    How cool would a counter-plant be?

    Enjoy a planeride, couple of meals,, switch question.. walk home chuckling,,

  4. LC JackBoot IC/A-OBR Comment by LC JackBoot IC/A-OBR

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    Cheapshot-

    How cool would a counter-plant be?

    I do like the way you think. Perhaps we need a Department of Imperial Subversion/Deception? Just sayin’, not that the Empire would ever be accused of vindictive machinations.

    This is going to be one helluva show.

    Note to Dhimmicrat Party: See what happens when the kids are left in charge? The best line “What’s up with that?”…….

  5. LC Rurik Comment by LC Rurik

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    The “General” Keith Cur. isn’t even a general. It seems he is a “retired Colonel”, with an honorary post retirement promotion, from something called the California National Reserve And there’s more So is this the national Guard or the Army Reserve? No, and no. What it is. Sounds to me as if this cur is somewhere between a Beauchamp and a McBeth. Queer in every sense of the word.
    I’m not sure of his (?) precise legal status, but I believe some friends who are experienced wannabe hunters may be taking a further loook at this guy whatever.

    [Link fixed. -The Management™]

  6. LC 0311 crunchie I.M.H. Comment by LC 0311 crunchie I.M.H.

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    All of these debates are jokes anyway, especially CNN’s. But is anyone really surprised by this? I mean, it is CNN after all. Did anyone actually expect a fair shake from them?

  7. LC HJ Caveman82952 Comment by LC HJ Caveman82952

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    An industrial grade weed whacker…….? Now I can remember a time when the restraint cable on a flight deck snapped. You had best not be in the way……

  8. Balderdash Comment by Balderdash

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    I’m so disgusted I could hurl. I want a real debate on the seriousissues of our time . We are preparing to elect a god-damned President, not the mayor of Bumfuc, Indiana. The manipulation of the election process by the MSN to further a their agenda is sickening to me, but even more sickening is the willingness of these candidates to be manipulated.

    I almost reached the point where I don’t give a shit anymore. It seems that almost everyone is looking to the goverment to take care of their every need.

  9. DJ Allyn,  ITW Comment by DJ Allyn, ITW

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    How can anyone consider these things to be debates? There are way too many people, most have canned responses to canned questions, and the whole thing reeks of a well-produced, and well rehearsed game show.

    Last night’s YouTube/CNN Republican debate was really no different than the Democrat’s planted questions a couple of weeks ago.

    The questions were lame and the responses were even lamer. You can hear each question here, but I will just list them all for you — you already know the answers.

    1. GOP Debate Song — Now what kind of shit is this?
    2. Will you make America a ’sanctuary city’ country?
    3. Will you pledge to veto amnesty for illegal immigrants?
    4. With immigration reform failing, will I have a job?
    5. Lower college tuition rates - military families or illegals?
    6. Do you believe in a conspiracy to make a new union?
    7. What measures will you take to tackle the national debt?
    8. What are the top three federal programs you would cut? — That’s easy, the Executive, the Judicial, and the Legislative. (I kid)
    9. Do you support a ‘Fair Tax’? — is there such a thing?
    10. Will you pledge never to raise taxes?This question was asked by Grover Norquist himself, hardly a DNC plant.
    11. Will you eliminate farm subsidies? — Not if they get their campaign money from big Ag.
    12. How will you keep lead-laced toys out of my home? — That is a presidential duty now?
    13. What is your opinion on gun control?
    14. Do you believe in a required written exam for gun ownership? — They should at least be able to read “sign here”
    15. How many guns do you own? — What kind of question is this? Does more guns give you more points or something?
    16. What will you do to reduce crime in the inner cities? — Clinton era locked up more inner-city criminals than any other time before or since. It never reduced crime.
    17. If abortion is illegal, what should the punishment be?
    18. Would you sign a federal abortion ban? — the answers here were real slippery
    19. On the Death Penalty, what would Jesus do? — Considering that Jesus himself was a victim of the death penalty…
    20. Do you believe every word of The Holy Bible? — To watch 9u11iani wiggle through that one…
    21. How would you repair the image of America?
    22. Is waterboarding torture? — Mittens and McCrazy go at it…
    23. Will you make a permanent commitment to the people of Iraq?
    24. Is your campaign exploiting 9/11? — asked only of Rudy 9iu11iani whose vocabulary seem to consist of “a noun, a verb, and 9/11″ (Joe Biden)
    25. Should Vice-President Dick Cheney have so much power? — I thought this was election 2008
    26. A gay Brigadier General asks a question
    27. Do you accept the support of log cabin republicans?
    28. Repay the $2 trillion borrowed from Social Security?
    29. What is your vision for human space exploration?
    30. Why don’t many African-Americans vote Republican?
    31. What does the “stars and bars” flag represent?
    32. How can we repair the infrastructure of America?
    33. Mr. Paul, are you going to run as an independent?
    34. Yankees vs. Red Sox — Whaaa?

    It is waaaay too early for debates. I think that we should just lock them all inside a room for six months and let them decide amongst themselves the top two or three to come out and run. THEN, they can have a DEBATE.

  10. WayneB Comment by WayneB

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    What I don’t get is why so many of the radio talk shows (at least as far as I heard today) are willing to accept mere incompetence as the explanation for why CNN “didn’t know” that so many of these questions were from Dem activists.

    I usually don’t make accusations like this, but I’m just about certain that CNN knew about these people, and included them on purpose. The leve of incompetence required would not leave any room to produce intelligible reports, let alone accurate and informative.

  11. DJ Allyn,  ITW Comment by DJ Allyn, ITW

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    Wayne,

    The media has already chosen the two front runners in the election. The debates are nothing more than entertainment designed to make money for them. If they could have gotten Paris Hilton and Britney Spears to ask the questions they would have done it.

    Yes, CNN knew what they were doing Anderson Cooper was asked right after the debate show why there weren’t questions that people really wanted answers to, and he just had this ‘deer-in-the headlights’ look as if he didn’t realize what he had just gone through.

    The proper way to do all of this is to have two candidates debate at a time. The winner of that debate goes on to debate the winner of another debate.

  12. jaybear Comment by jaybear

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    anderson blooper:

    What does the “stars and bars” flag represent?

    Candidate Jaybear (independant conservative) : The Stars and Bars was a BATTLEFIELD Flag, it was not the national flag of the Confederacy. It was designed as an alternative flag for the Confederate troops to carry into battle, as their national flag was too similar in appearance to the US Stars and Stripes….troops often mistakenly rallied to the wrong flag because of that similarity, resulting in tremendous losses. If you and the rest of the socialists in this country were honest about teaching our history Mr. blooper you’d know that. Why don’t you direct your outrage at a REAL racist symbol, like the flag of the nation of islam or ANYTHING with jesse jackson’s or sharpton’s picture on it.

    (cut to camera three as anderson blooper shits himself and tries to go to a commercial break)

    I’ll tell you something, I am losing my respect and belief in these Republican candidates and for the RNC in general…..why oh why do they continue to be manipulated and smeared by these yellow propagandist house monkeys? Why don’t they, as a united group, call these manipulative bastards on this and blacklist ANY future appearances on ANY of these shows….If I were a Republican candidate, and I don’t care how badly it hurt me in the polls, I’d refuse to participate in ANY debate that was moderated by ANY cnn or msnbc or msm media freak…..it would not be an act of cowardice, it would be a demonstration of my extreme low regard for their professionalism and their profession in general.

    DJ sez:
    # Will you pledge never to raise taxes? — This question was asked by Grover Norquist himself, hardly a DNC plant.

    and he was identified as the conservative right winger that he is, the other plants were not linked with their advocacy groups.

    one more question:

    On the Death Penalty, what would Jesus do?

    He’d consider it as big a sin as abortion I’d betcha

  13. Comment by "Lady H" aka Dori

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    Testing.

  14. Mike M Comment by Mike M

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    To watch 9u11iani wiggle through that one…

    OK. That’s pretty good.

    Really, though, he did show strong and effective leadership following the 9-11 atrocity. And who could forget when he shoved that eight figure check back into some sheik’s face after he suggested we needed to examine the “root causes” leading to that event. Given his background as a prosecutor and mayor, it is about all he has to run on, though. I’m pretty tired of hearing how he (personally, I guess) dramatically reduced the crime rate in NYC, even though it began to drop before he took office and continues to fall long after he’s left.

    In fact, when you look at his complete platform, you have to wonder why he’s not still a Democrat.

  15. Comment by "Lady H" aka Dori

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    Testing for new avatar.

  16. LC Gunsniper Comment by LC Gunsniper

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    The proper way to do all of this is to have two candidates debate at a time. The winner of that debate goes on to debate the winner of another debate.

    At this point, I’d prefer a good old-fashioned coup.

    A couple of divisions taking care of business in D.C., another division handling things at International House of Criminals in Turtle Bay, and Geraldo Rivera getting cut in half in the crossfire live on primetime. But that’s just me.

    General Petraeus in “08″

  17. WayneB Comment by WayneB

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    DJ,

    I was just pointing out that Anderson Cooper claimed that they didn’t know things like the fact that Gen. Cur was a member of Hillary’s steering committee, and most of the people out there are letting them off, or perhaps actually believe, that this is true, and that the people responsible for vetting the questions and questioners were incapable of finding out information that only took minutes for independents to find with simple web searches.

    In short, I wasn’t complaining about CNN, but the people who believe that they could be that incompetent and still be able to produce a show without blowing up all their equipment. It’s no different to me than the people who think Bush is some sort of evil genius who manipulates elections, is able to pull off massive conspiracies without getting outed, and even has the resources to influence the weather (Katrina), but still insist he’s a dumb as a stump.

  18. Mike M Comment by Mike M

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    Somewhat removed from the topic, but it’s always good to hear when another Clinton fund raiser is going to jail for being a crook.

    A Dec. 15 fund-raising event for Hillary Clinton at the home of prominent Mississippi trial laywer Richard “Dickie” Scruggs is off, now that Scruggs has been indicted for bribery.

    It was the first event that Scruggs, who made a fortune suing the tobacco industry in the 1990s, had offered to host for Clinton, a campaign spokesman said.

    Some pal. I thought Bill enjoyed a good cigar now and again.

  19. DJ Allyn,  ITW Comment by DJ Allyn, ITW

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    Somewhat removed from the topic, but it’s always good to hear when another Clinton fund raiser is going to jail for being a crook.

    Did you miss the part where he is the brother-in-law of Trent Lott?

    I have always said that Bill Clinton was the best Republican president we’ve had in a long time, and his spouse is going to be more of the same. :em01:

  20. NevadaDailySteve Comment by NevadaDailySteve

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    The media has already chosen the two front runners in the election.

    That may well be but the VOTERS often manage to befuddle the experts and pick someone that was a real dark horse. It helps when a candidate self-destructs on national television. “We’re going on to blah blah blah YEEEAAAHHHHRRRRGGG!” Howard “Screaming” Dean.

    What I’d like to see is a debate where someone like Thomas Sowell asks questions about economic policy, someone like Benjamin Netanyahu ask foreign policy questions and someone like Jim Gilchrist ask about border security, etc.

    Why have a ‘debate’ where some talking head runs things? The idea is absurd. And to have it thrown open to YouTubers? :em41:

    BTW Lady H aka Dori, or should I just go with Dori? Are you in transition or is the full thing permanent? I recently changed my avatar and I had problems until I resized it and reduced the resolution to 72 dpi to make it smaller. That stunning visage of my avatar is my picture up on the Osage Lodge 303 AF&AM Past Masters wall where it just took up residence, my year in the East being over.

  21. Mike M Comment by Mike M

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    Did you miss the part where he is the brother-in-law of Trent Lott?

    Nope. I did wonder if people will begin to speculate if this has anything to do with Trent’s announcement of his intention to leave the Senate even though there doesn’t appear to be any connection.

  22. NevadaDailySteve Comment by NevadaDailySteve

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    Completely off-topic DJ but I’ve got an old Sony with Win ME and an AMD Duron processor. I thought I’d put xubuntu onto it (it only has 128 meg of memory so I couldn’t go for the full meal deal) and it wouldn’t load from the CD. Is the Duron processor the problem or is it because it’s a Sony? I don’t want to upgrade the ram, the computer isn’t worth the cost. and I just wanted to put xubuntu onto it so I could play with Linux.

    I’ve got a Mac G4 I could play with but I have some stuff on there I might have a hard time replacing if I went back to OS X. It’s one I bought from work for $75 and no disks came with it. I don’t like to think about trying to do a restore on it. Like the Linux urge I only got it so I could play with a Mac OS. It would kind of defeat the purpose to load Ubuntu onto it.

  23. LC Hardclimber54 Comment by LC Hardclimber54

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    “Lady H” aka Dori

    Just a quick question here, will your avatar picture include anything from the Victoria Secret’s catalog?

    Just hoping, ‘is all!

    Seriously, would you rather we used “Dori” of the present format as seen above..?

  24. Comment by "Lady H" aka Dori

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    Seriously, would you rather we used “Dori” of the present format as seen above..?

    I’d like that very much, HC. :)
    And if I posed in VS lingerie, I think it might take away anyone taking my posts seriously. ;)
    Not that I have the body for it anyways….

  25. cmblake6 Comment by cmblake6

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    #8, Balderdash. I hear ya buddy, I hear ya.Let’s quit the bullshit, get some straight answers, and hold the candidate/winner accountable for what ever they said they’d do. Period. Enough of the crap.

  26. LC Hardclimber54 Comment by LC Hardclimber54

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    Dori

    And if I posed in VS lingerie, I think it might take away anyone taking my posts seriously.

    Wouldn’t be so sure, everybody enjoys your posts, myself first!!! The lingerie would be a bonus… :em99:

    As for planting their minions to “answer” questions, it really shows how desperate they are to grab power and stick it to your citizens. They will not answer honest questions from ordinary citizens because I don’t think they have any worthwhile answers. Using “parrots” is showing how deceitful they can be.

    I fear for your country my American friends, I really do. Lets hope for the best nevertheless…

  27. Comment by "Lady H" aka Dori

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    As for planting their minions to “answer” questions, it really shows how desperate they are to grab power and stick it to your citizens. They will not answer honest questions from ordinary citizens because I don’t think they have any worthwhile answers. Using “parrots” is showing how deceitful they can be.

    And I LOVE how it seems to be backfiring on the Hildabeast. :em99:

  28. hilljohnny Comment by hilljohnny

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    i think DJ has a great idea

    I think that we should just lock them all inside a room for six months

    lock them in (separate rooms for dems and reps ) supply air and water, last ‘man’ standing is the nominee. ot gobal warming linka and linkb :em95:

  29. SoCalOilMan, LC Comment by SoCalOilMan, LC

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    From # 28 linkb:

    The problem is that the beer fridges are mostly decades-old machines that began their second careers as beverage dispensers when Canadians upgraded to more energy-efficient models to store whatever Canadians eat besides doughnuts and poutine.

    [em.-mine] :em99:

    (Sorry Hardclimber, I couldn’t resist :em93: )

  30. Radical Redneck Comment by Radical Redneck

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    I used to have CNN’s New York bureau as a client. While the techies and office people are the same as everywhere else, their producers are even more rabid idealogues than you now think. :em38: :em72:

  31. LC Hardclimber54 Comment by LC Hardclimber54

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    SoCalOilMan, LC

    Quite alright Sir, I DO have a sense of humour, and yes, I love a good “poutine” once in a while :em93:

    As for storing, definitively Beer, we store lots and lots of beer in our fridges! And we eat, well, lots of beef (Alberta Grade A beef, now you’re talking!) and a variety of other “exotic” dishes. And we love our lobster!

    The donut eating I leave to somebody else, and yes, Canadians love their donuts (different spelling, same taste!). Don’t know what my fellow Canadian good LC ACLPoo prefers, he might offer different ideas… Personnaly, a delicious, done to perfection Grade A roast beef with a generous serving of fresh veggies and a good bottle of Merlot will always be my favourite! That being said, a nice, thick, juicy burger on the BBQ, topped up with all the trimmings is also the thing to do on a warm, sunny day, properly washed down with an ice-cold Sleeman’s Cream Ale… Geez, now I’m hungry!

    As for demoassholescrats, NO BEER FOR YOU!

  32. DJ Allyn,  ITW Comment by DJ Allyn, ITW

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    and he was identified as the conservative right winger that he is, the other plants were not linked with their advocacy groups.

    Yet it was indicated that ALL of the questioners were DNC plants.

    OK. That’s pretty good.

    I can’t claim it — I originally saw it at Wonkette and thought it was funny. (I love fun, what can I say?)

    Really, though, he did show strong and effective leadership following the 9-11 atrocity.

    By what, attending every Yankees game he could find and getting his mug on all of the televisions? What exactly did Rudy do?

    The man is pretty much toast anyways, unless the media continues to sit on the negative stories concerning Rudy’s love trips and hideouts on taxpayer money.

    That may well be but the VOTERS often manage to befuddle the experts and pick someone that was a real dark horse. It helps when a candidate self-destructs on national television. “We’re going on to blah blah blah YEEEAAAHHHHRRRRGGG!” Howard “Screaming” Dean.

    Except that Howard Dean wasn’t the chosen candidate for the Media. The people were “confounding” the powerbrokers by thinking Dean was their choice.

    Here is the deal as I see it.

    The media has picked Hillary (obviously) and Rudy as the “frontrunners” in the race. Most of the press is given to these two candidates. To hedge their bets, they will also cover Obama and Romney as antagonists for their front runners. They go where the money is, because they are eventually going to get the bulk of the money raised anyways.

    They tend to ignore the “second-tier” candidates because they don’t have the money. They can’t get the money because nobody is really covering them. You would never really know that Chris Dodd and Joe Biden are running. When was the last time you even heard a story about Mike Gravel? (who?) Dennis Kucinich only gets coverage if he takes his pants off and streaks through Congress shouting “IMPEACH!” (which is almost the equivilent of shouting FIRE! in a crowded theater — everyone runs for the doors)

    And what about MY personal favorite — and probably the sanest and most qualified Democratic candidate: Governor Bill Richardson? The only time I hear that he is still running is if they let him into the debate and once in, he might as well have a seat in the audience.

    The Republican lineup is treated just about the same way. The Straight-Talk Express has lost a wheel and is just going in circles now. Tancredo barely gets press, and neither does Huckabee. Fredhorn Leghorn seems to deliberately shy away from the press. Ron Paul only gets press because he appears to appeal to some Liberals wanting to end the war. (they don’t look any further than that one-track obsession)

    There are many of us who see Hillary as a Republican, just as there are many of you who see Rudy as a Democrat. I think that both would be disasterous for this country, but both have the backing of the mega-corporations, and silly us, that is who really decides who our choices are going to be.

    Until we get public financing on our elections and get away from letting the corporations fund them, we are going to continue to slide deeper and deeper into corporate fascism.

  33. Radical Redneck Comment by Radical Redneck

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    At least we always have the uber rational, unbiased and non-partisan prompter readers at the always objective MSNBC!

    Check this out.

  34. hilljohnny Comment by hilljohnny

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    RR at least the others in the clip pretended to take exception to her comment.

  35. Radical Redneck Comment by Radical Redneck

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    Wealky and obligatory hilljohnny. :em96: :em58:

    Now, from the “knock me over with a truck” news department!

  36. SoCalOilMan, LC Comment by SoCalOilMan, LC

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    RR
    Re:#35
    I’ll be damned, Savage was right … Liberalism Is A Mental Disorder-Autographed

  37. DJ Allyn,  ITW Comment by DJ Allyn, ITW

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    Now, from the “knock me over with a truck” news department!

    Yes, most insane people don’t think they are insane, and most people who think they are really aren’t.

    “There ain’t nuttin’ wrong with MY way of thinkin’. It is everyone else who is crazy”

  38. LC Hardclimber54 Comment by LC Hardclimber54

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    DJ Allyn, ITW

    There ain’t nuttin’ wrong with MY way of thinkin’. It is everyone else who is crazy”

    And somebody taking a shot at DJ in 5, 4, 3, 2,…

  39. Radical Redneck Comment by Radical Redneck

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    Yes, most insane people don’t think they are insane, and most people who think they are really aren’t.

    Deej, save yourself some typing and just route “I know you are but what am I” into one of the function keys. Then you can deliver such stellar comebacks with one mere stroke! :em38:

    Weak, weak, weak! Save up to you’ve accumulated a legitimate comeback! ;-)

  40. LC Hardclimber54 Comment by LC Hardclimber54

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    Damn I’m good… I should start my own LC “psychic hotline”! :em01:

  41. The Southern Libertarian Comment by The Southern Libertarian

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    I believe the Republicans need to get back to thier roots; small government, lower taxes and end the wasteful entitlement programs that are taxing hard working Americans to the max. Back in 1994 the GOP made a contract with America that was apparently used to wipe thier collective butts when they realised how much money they could make from lobbyists with thier new found power.(really trying not to be vulgar here) If you really would like to know what sort of conservative I am you should read the following two books both by Pat Buchanan; “A Republic Not an Empire” and “Where the Right went Wrong.” I hear it constantly stated that it is only the left wing hippies that oppose the war in Iraq, and while that is true to an extent, there are many conservatives(myself included) who opposed the Iraqi War on the principal that we should avoid foreign entanglements. Also, both parties are guilty of being slaves to the big media conglomerate, you can’t simply point to one party and make these claims they all bend over and take it up the proverbial tailpipe when it concerns big media. While our president did an exellent job with his tax cuts back in 2001, that’s only half the problem. The other half is curbing wasteful governemnt spending and I am very disappointed in the GOP on this issue. Again I look forward to debating these issues in the future with everyone on this blog and look forward to any comments and suggestions that may come my way. Also I’d like to hear everyone’s opinion on the fair tax, it sounds like a reasonable proposition to me.

  42. The Southern Libertarian Comment by The Southern Libertarian

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    I also find it interesting there was not one single question about Iran. CNN would have me believe that not one single person submitted a question regarding the situation with Iran that is looming just around the corner. As an active duty soldier in the US Army this is an issue that is extremely important to me. Let me get this straight, they allowed some dips*** to ask Rudy Giuliani why he rooted for the Red Sox, and they didn’t have time to mention Iran even once????????( HOW IN THE HELL IS ^%&#^*&#^ BASEBALL EVEN APPLICABLE TO A PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE ARRRRRRRG)

    :em98: