Finally a subject we can sink our teeth into.

Re: Finally a subject we can sink our teeth into.

PostBy: brckwlt On: Wed Jun 03, 2009 10:07 pm

BillMarti wrote: He said we're no longer a christian in his last tour and now he claims we're now closer to being a muslim nation. I hope our party gets the democrat pollution out of their midst before 2010 and back to serving us by 2012 or the USA will no longer exist as by the constitution but as the Amero union-Canada.Usa and mexico and martial law will rule with fascism at it's best. I do fear thats where we're heading blind folded and stupid.

Bill S.


bill your right on the money with your whole statement. i think the stupid average uninformed obama voter will realize whats going on and that obama is destroying the nation, but i fear it will be to late and the damage will be done already.

It didnt take a genius to know what obama was going to do once in office. If you were informed like some of us were, then you knew exactly what he was going to do and nothing he has done so far has surprised me. I expected it. and was ready for it. Its amazing how if you dig deep and really look and find out what a person is all about and who they associate with you will know how they plan to run dc and what they are going to do before it even happens.

It seems like at least once a week rush plays a sound bite from when BHO was on the campagain trail and when he would talk about the bailout or whatever rush would say this will happen that will happen etc ... and ya know what hes been right everytime. so why anything obama does would surprise anyone or someone would say oh i didnt know he would do that ... is really uninformed and stupid, because it was all spelled out to us way before he ever took office.
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Re: Finally a subject we can sink our teeth into.

PostBy: jpete On: Wed Jun 03, 2009 10:36 pm

brckwlt wrote:the debt you speak of was started by the dems in the dc before BHO took over and drastically expanded upon once our muslim leader took office. that debt has nothing to do with GWB. but good try


Do a little research. Start with the 1986 Immigration and Reform Act. And then read what Reagan himself said.

In his signing statement, Reagan declared that "We have consistently supported a legalization program which is both generous to the alien and fair to the countless thousands of people throughout the world who seek legally to come to America. The legalization provisions in this act will go far to improve the lives of a class of individuals who now must hide in the shadows, without access to many of the benefits of a free and open society. Very soon many of these men and women will be able to step into the sunlight and, ultimately, if they choose, they may become Americans."


And his stance on NAFTA?

During the same campaign, circa December 1979, the Gipper responded to criticism from conservative columnist Holmes Alexander with the following: "Please believe me when I tell you the idea of a North American accord has been mine for many, many years. I have seen presidents, both Democrat and Republican, approach our neighbors with pre-concocted plans in which their only input is to vote 'yes.'



And the WSJ isn't known for it's liberal leanings. http://online.wsj.com/news/articles/SB1 ... 2558453625

GWB's implementation of "No Child Left Behind" pushed the DOE budget to around $100 BILLION. The Homeland Security Dept is another complete and total layer of government that didn't exist before GWB.

You haven't been on this planet long enough to argue with me. Do some reading. I suggest you start with Judge Anthony Napolitano. After that, I can point you to more advanced stuff.
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Re: Finally a subject we can sink our teeth into.

PostBy: brckwlt On: Thu Jun 04, 2009 3:55 pm

jpete wrote:Do a little research. Start with the 1986 Immigration and Reform Act. And then read what Reagan himself said.


yeah sounds like reagan wanted to make it easier for immigrants to legally come to america. Nothing wrong with that.

jpete wrote:And his stance on NAFTA?

During the same campaign, circa December 1979, the Gipper responded to criticism from conservative columnist Holmes Alexander with the following: "Please believe me when I tell you the idea of a North American accord has been mine for many, many years. I have seen presidents, both Democrat and Republican, approach our neighbors with pre-concocted plans in which their only input is to vote 'yes.'




looks to me as if he was disproving of this democrat game plan.

jpete wrote:And the WSJ isn't known for it's liberal leanings. http://online.wsj.com/news/articles/SB1 ... 2558453625


I listen to the wallstreet journal radio show every morning and trust me its very liberal. I dont know how you can say its not.

And when have i ever said i approved of no child left behind? Its a good idea that bush had, but the dems in congress *censored* it up

jpete wrote:You haven't been on this planet long enough to argue with me. Do some reading. I suggest you start with Judge Anthony Napolitano. After that, I can point you to more advanced stuff.


I may not have been around as long as you, so that gives me an edge. I havent been exposed to as much bs and lies from the liberal media as you have been. It seems to me the bs the feed people every night is working on you.
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Re: Finally a subject we can sink our teeth into.

PostBy: jpete On: Thu Jun 04, 2009 8:17 pm

brckwlt wrote:I may not have been around as long as you, so that gives me an edge. I havent been exposed to as much bs and lies from the liberal media as you have been. It seems to me the bs the feed people every night is working on you.


I got news for you. I don't watch one second of network news. I used to think I knew everything when I was your age. I managed to live long enough to know that I don't. Keep listening to that one trick pony Rush though. My father turned me on to him when I was around 13 and eventually I realized he doesn't have one original thought. I gave up on him on my early 20's. Do some reading and you'll see how wrong he is.

Apart from the judge, you might want to look at "The Creature from Jekyll Island" by G. Edward Griffin.

It will help you see why R's and D's are just two sides of the same worthless coin.
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Re: Finally a subject we can sink our teeth into.

PostBy: brckwlt On: Thu Jun 04, 2009 9:09 pm

jpete wrote:Apart from the judge, you might want to look at "The Creature from Jekyll Island" by G. Edward Griffin.

It will help you see why R's and D's are just two sides of the same worthless coin.


I still think its sad that you think r's and d's are the same when they clearly arent. but anyway we will have to agree to disagree on that one.

jpete wrote:I used to think I knew everything when I was your age. I managed to live long enough to know that I don't.


I dont claim to know everything, i just know when the truth is being told.

jpete wrote:Keep listening to that one trick pony Rush though. My father turned me on to him when I was around 13 and eventually I realized he doesn't have one original thought. I gave up on him on my early 20's. Do some reading and you'll see how wrong he is.


Not one original thought by mr rush Limbaugh? That must be why the media reports on everything he says all day long, because he just repeats what other people have already said, but since he said it, then it becomes news worthy. ok that makes a lot of sense now thanx for clearing that one up.

see the problem is that i dont agree with rush Limbaugh, he agrees with me. Thats why i like the guy. I dont get 3 hours a day to ramble on about current events and politics like he does.

I feel sorry for you that you gave up on rush and the conservative movement. What angered you that made you give up on rush limbaugh?

He isnt angry like the president is, He doesnt lie like our president does. He tells the truth, and says what people are afraid to say. so hes made out to be a villian and someone who doesnt know what their talking about.

what happened, did you go to college in your early twenties? or enter the corporate world? i must be missing something. please explain
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Re: Finally a subject we can sink our teeth into.

PostBy: jpete On: Thu Jun 04, 2009 10:34 pm

brckwlt wrote:
I feel sorry for you that you gave up on rush and the conservative movement. What angered you that made you give up on rush limbaugh?

He isnt angry like the president is, He doesnt lie like our president does. He tells the truth, and says what people are afraid to say. so hes made out to be a villian and someone who doesnt know what their talking about.

what happened, did you go to college in your early twenties? or enter the corporate world? i must be missing something. please explain


I didn't give up on the conservative movement, the conservative movement gave up and became Democrats.

I gave up on Rush because I realized I had listened to him for 10 years and he was saying the same thing over and over "R's always right, D's always wrong!" when that's clearly not the case. I'm a pretty black and white guy, but even I know the real world isn't like that. The media reports on him because he has an audience. No question. But he usually says something over the top that anyone to the left of Genghis Khan has to distance themselves from him.

And frankly, his rhetoric about drug users then getting nailed on Oxy didn't really engender any sympathy for him from me. You'd think eating a big bowl of crow would humble a guy. I guess not.

And he went on and on about "Sandy Burglar" but I don't think he spent a whole lot of time on Duke Cunningham.

As far as my college life, I did in fact go to a local community college to learn tool and die making. There wasn't a whole lot of time for hippie drug taking as I was also working 3rd shift running screw machines in a 250 year old factory. Pretty far from the "corporate world".

But, all your stereotypes about me are straight from Rush's bag of tricks. I was listening to the same foolishness when you were in kindergarten. You can't refute my points so you call me names and insinuate that I am a lefty lib.

If you want to know where I fall politically, look up Barry Goldwater and Ron Paul. And though they are not politicians, look into Ludwig Von Mises and Peter Schiff.
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Re: Finally a subject we can sink our teeth into.

PostBy: samhill On: Fri Jun 05, 2009 6:18 am

I`ve known Rush for a long time( since he was a dj in McKeesport, Pa) & he couldn`t do that right. He was hired to spin records but was too much in love with himself, couldn`t quit talking. Wasn`t political then just opinions about everything. Didn`t like him then & like him even less now. Just wish I could buy him at his worth & sell him for what he & others think hes worth.
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Re: Finally a subject we can sink our teeth into.

PostBy: tvb On: Fri Jun 05, 2009 9:30 am

But, all your stereotypes about me are straight from Rush's bag of tricks.


Don't forget about those other gas bags - Malkin, Coulter, Hannity, O'Lielly ...

What did PT Barnum say? There's a fool born every minute?
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Re: Finally a subject we can sink our teeth into.

PostBy: brckwlt On: Fri Jun 05, 2009 3:13 pm

tvb wrote:
Don't forget about those other gas bags - Malkin, Coulter, Hannity, O'Lielly ...

What did PT Barnum say? There's a fool born every minute?



so they are fools because you dont agree with them
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Re: Finally a subject we can sink our teeth into.

PostBy: brckwlt On: Fri Jun 05, 2009 3:14 pm

jpete wrote:
I didn't give up on the conservative movement, the conservative movement gave up and became Democrats.

I gave up on Rush because I realized I had listened to him for 10 years and he was saying the same thing over and over "R's always right, D's always wrong!" when that's clearly not the case. I'm a pretty black and white guy, but even I know the real world isn't like that. The media reports on him because he has an audience. No question. But he usually says something over the top that anyone to the left of Genghis Khan has to distance themselves from him.

And frankly, his rhetoric about drug users then getting nailed on Oxy didn't really engender any sympathy for him from me. You'd think eating a big bowl of crow would humble a guy. I guess not.

And he went on and on about "Sandy Burglar" but I don't think he spent a whole lot of time on Duke Cunningham.

As far as my college life, I did in fact go to a local community college to learn tool and die making. There wasn't a whole lot of time for hippie drug taking as I was also working 3rd shift running screw machines in a 250 year old factory. Pretty far from the "corporate world".

But, all your stereotypes about me are straight from Rush's bag of tricks. I was listening to the same foolishness when you were in kindergarten. You can't refute my points so you call me names and insinuate that I am a lefty lib.

If you want to know where I fall politically, look up Barry Goldwater and Ron Paul. And though they are not politicians, look into Ludwig Von Mises and Peter Schiff.



im going away this weekend so i officially give up on this thread for the weekend, you win by default good job
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