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    Not trying to offend anyone here. But this is pretty funny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RFxplr326 View Post
    Not trying to offend anyone here. But this is pretty funny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RFxplr326 View Post
    Not trying to offend anyone here. But this is pretty funny.

    I dont get into the whole political thing, but thats rather funny.
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    I guess it might have been funny about the first 300 times. It's worn a little thin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scfire86 View Post
    I guess it might have been funny about the first 300 times. It's worn a little thin.
    Copy That. This is the first time that I've seen it. And the name could also be Britney or any of that bunch.........
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    I'm LMAO!!! Ofcourse I haven't been around the site for a LONG time, but the humor is still just as good! Besides, They could have had a Bill Clinton special, "Roasted Chicken, giblets on the side, w/o the back!" But hey... it's just politics?!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sassy1 View Post
    I'm LMAO!!! Ofcourse I haven't been around the site for a LONG time, but the humor is still just as good! Besides, They could have had a Bill Clinton special, "Roasted Chicken, giblets on the side, w/o the back!" But hey... it's just politics?!!
    Or the George Bush special, "everything but brains."

    Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. It's just politics.
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    Wow! For a minute there I thought you were just another humorless commie lib.

    Simple pleasures for the simple minded.
    I guess it might have been funny about the first 300 times. It's worn a little thin.
    But then the truth comes out...you are a bitter, humorless, commie, lib.

    Or the George Bush special, "everything but brains."

    Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. It's just politics.
    And before you go nuts about me being some right wing wack job...sorry to disappoint you but in my opinion BOTH political parties and the people that serve them are little more than dangerous political satire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FyredUp View Post
    scfire...

    Wow! For a minute there I thought you were just another humorless commie lib.

    But then the truth comes out...you are a bitter, humorless, commie, lib.

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    I like the commie remark. I work and live in OC. I've grown used to the remark. If you knew about my wife's and my investments you would know there is no way I would embrace communism.

    You made my day.
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    scfire86:

    I like the commie remark. I work and live in OC. I've grown used to the remark. If you knew about my wife's and my investments you would know there is no way I would embrace communism.

    You made my day.
    Well, in fact you made mine.

    In the former USSR do you believe that the average commie had the same lifestyle as the elite or the leadership? Anymore than in this country the common man lives anywhere near the same lifestyle as the corrupt politicians and corporate leaders.

    You sir are a John Kerry democrat...or maybe even better yet an Al Gore type. "This is what YOU need to do to make things better. Nevermind the man behind the gated community spending $2K a month in energy costs." Complain about how horrible things are then ride the system for all it is worth. Beautiful, just beautiful.

    F@@@ I hate hypocrits...from either side of the line.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FyredUp View Post
    Well, in fact you made mine.

    In the former USSR do you believe that the average commie had the same lifestyle as the elite or the leadership? Anymore than in this country the common man lives anywhere near the same lifestyle as the corrupt politicians and corporate leaders.

    You sir are a John Kerry democrat...or maybe even better yet an Al Gore type. "This is what YOU need to do to make things better. Nevermind the man behind the gated community spending $2K a month in energy costs." Complain about how horrible things are then ride the system for all it is worth. Beautiful, just beautiful.

    F@@@ I hate hypocrits...from either side of the line.

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    You are a funny guy. Please keep up with the ignorant stereotypes. I've lived in the same house for almost 30 years. We scraped together enough to buy a couple others as rentals. We didn't know at the time any of them would be worth 15x what they cost at this point in time.

    I don't live in a gated community. But I could if I wanted to rub elbows with a bunch of haughty conservatives.
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    Haughty conservative...snooty, hypocrit liberals, you can keep them both. I have steadfastly refused to become a member of either political party and vote for whomever I feel will best serve my district. You see I simply can't vote single issues like abortion, or gun control, or the environment, or jobs, or immigration. There is more to life than crusading about single issues. As there is more to life than being a liberal hypocrit that sees nothing but evil and wrong in this country but still takes advantage of the good economy and good real estate prices to make large profits. So tell me other than hypocrisy and whining what seperates you from a conservative money grubber?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FyredUp View Post
    As there is more to life than being a liberal hypocrit that sees nothing but evil and wrong in this country but still takes advantage of the good economy and good real estate prices to make large profits. So tell me other than hypocrisy and whining what seperates you from a conservative money grubber?

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    The fact that I realize my income is derived from taxation and don't bitch about paying taxes. Or the fact that what little prosperity I enjoy hasn't been borne on the backs of others like good conservatives Ken Lay or Jeff Skilling. Or complaining about the size of government and then getting a good no-bid contract from a government agency. As is done here regularly in OC despite their carpings of being the "reddest" county. The economy is good because of a fiscal policy that is whistling past the graveyard. Call me crazy but I thought conservatives embraced the idea of a balanced budgets and "paying as you go" as was done during the 90's. You prove me wrong.

    I see a lot of good in America and Americans. I just don't see it in the policies of this administration.

    Does that help?
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    I thinks its funny and will send copy to my democrat friends

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    Quote Originally Posted by scfire86 View Post
    The fact that I realize my income is derived from taxation and don't bitch about paying taxes. Or the fact that what little prosperity I enjoy hasn't been borne on the backs of others like good conservatives Ken Lay or Jeff Skilling. Or complaining about the size of government and then getting a good no-bid contract from a government agency. As is done here regularly in OC despite their carpings of being the "reddest" county. The economy is good because of a fiscal policy that is whistling past the graveyard. Call me crazy but I thought conservatives embraced the idea of a balanced budgets and "paying as you go" as was done during the 90's. You prove me wrong. I guess besides being a commie lib you can't read either. Just to burst your bubble in the last election I voted for a democratic senator, a democratic member of congress and a democratic governor. Horrors though I voted for a republican A/G and a republican sheriff. Hmmm...not so easy to categorize me as you thought in your shallow little mind now is it? Why are so many libs so angry all the time?


    I see a lot of good in America and Americans. I just don't see it in the policies of this administration. Whatever...I didn't see much good in the policies of Bill Clinton either...boy did he do us some favors. NAFTA, failure to take out Osama when he clearly had the chance, failure to act one time in a significant way to counter any terrorist attack on US citizens, including the military, riding the wave of the false economic boom of the most corrupt corporate leaders in the history of this country, failure, though he and the co-president claimed it was a priority, to enact one shred of meaningful healthcare legislation, the damn near destruction of the military, and quite possibly being the most public recipient, other than a porn star on tape, of oral sex in the history of the world. By no means were either one of the Clinton's angels when it came to their business dealings...so be careful how you point those fingers.

    Does that help? Sure it proves that you didn't read a damn thing I wrote, had a set judgement in mind and posted to that. Nice job, is this more of an example of open minded liberalism?
    The one thing I hope is that one, or more than one, viable, believable, candidates will emerge during the next grueling months of the campaign. Because so far all that either party has offered is more of the same tired old clap trap that means nothing to the average citizen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FyredUp View Post
    I didn't see much good in the policies of Bill Clinton either...boy did he do us some favors. NAFTA, failure to take out Osama when he clearly had the chance, failure to act one time in a significant way to counter any terrorist attack on US citizens, including the military, riding the wave of the false economic boom of the most corrupt corporate leaders in the history of this country, failure, though he and the co-president claimed it was a priority, to enact one shred of meaningful healthcare legislation, the damn near destruction of the military, and quite possibly being the most public recipient, other than a porn star on tape, of oral sex in the history of the world. By no means were either one of the Clinton's angels when it came to their business dealings...so be careful how you point those fingers.
    Blah blah blah blah. You are beginning to sound like a mynah bird on crack. The talking points are right out of Rush Limbaugh's or Sean Hannity's talking points. So pardon me if I mistake you for another Clinton hater.

    But lets address your points one at a time:

    Terrorism.

    A chronological order of events and the Clinton Administration's reaction.


    On 26 February 1993, a car loaded with 1,200 pounds of explosives blew up in a parking garage under the World Trade Center, killing six people and injuring about a thousand others. The blast did not, as its planners intended, bring down the towers that was finally accomplished by flying two hijacked airliners into the twin towers on the morning of 11 September 2001.
    Four followers of the Egyptian cleric Sheik Omar Abdel Rahman were captured, convicted of the World Trade Center bombing in March 1994, and sentenced to 240 years in prison each. The purported mastermind of the plot, Ramzi Ahmed Yousef, was captured in 1995, convicted of the bombing in November 1997, and also sentenced to 240 years in prison. One additional suspect fled the U.S. and is believed to be living in Baghdad.


    On 13 November 1995, a bomb was set off in a van parked in front of an American-run military training center in the Saudi Arabian capital of Riyadh, killing five Americans and two Indians. Saudi Arabian authorities arrested four Saudi nationals whom they claim confessed to the bombings, but U.S. officials were denied permission to see or question the suspects before they were convicted and beheaded in May 1996.

    On 25 June 1996, a booby-trapped truck loaded with 5,000 pounds of explosives was exploded outside the Khobar Towers apartment complex which housed United States military personnel in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, killing nineteen Americans and wounding about three hundred others. Once again, the U.S. investigation was hampered by the refusal of Saudi officials to allow the FBI to question suspects.
    On 21 June 2001, just before the American statute of limitations would have expired, a federal grand jury in Alexandria, Virginia, indicted thirteen Saudis and an unidentified Lebanese chemist for the Khobar Towers bombing. The suspects remain in Saudi custody, beyond the reach of the American justice system. (Saudi Arabia has no extradition treaty with the U.S.)


    On 7 August 1998, powerful car bombs exploded minutes apart outside the United States embassies in Nairobi, Kenya, and Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, killing 224 people and wounding about 5,000 others. Four participants with ties to Osama bin Laden were captured, convicted in U.S. federal court, and sentenced to life in prison without parole in October 2001. Fourteen other suspects indicted in the case remain at large, and three more are fighting extradition in London.

    On 12 October 2000, two suicide bombers detonated an explosives-laden skiff next to the USS Cole while it was refueling in Aden, Yemen, blasting a hole in the ship that killed 17 sailors and injured 37 others. No suspects have yet been arrested or indicted. The investigation has been hampered by the refusal of Yemini officials to allow FBI agents access to Yemeni nationals and other suspects in custody in Yemen.
    (The USS Cole bombing occurred one month before the 2000 presidential election, so even under the best of circumstances it was unlikely that the investigation could have been completed before the end of President Clinton's term of office three months later.)

    In August 1998, President Clinton ordered missile strikes against targets in Afghanistan in an effort to hit Osama bin Laden, who had been linked to the embassy bombings in Africa (and was later connected to the attack on the USS Cole). The missiles reportedly missed bin Laden by a few hours, and Clinton was widely criticized by many who claimed he had ordered the strikes primarily to draw attention away from the Monica Lewinsky scandal. As John F. Harris wrote in The Washington Post:

    the federal budget on anti-terror activities tripled during Clinton's watch, to about $6.7 billion. After the effort to kill bin Laden with missiles in August 1998 failed he had apparently left a training camp in Afghanistan a few hours earlier recent news reports have detailed numerous other instances, as late as December 2000, when Clinton was on the verge of unleashing the military again. In each case, the White House chose not to act because of uncertainty that intelligence was good enough to find bin Laden, and concern that a failed attack would only enhance his stature in the Arab world.

    People maintain Clinton should have adapted Bush's policy promising that regimes that harbor terrorism will be treated as severely as terrorists themselves, and threatening to evict the Taliban from power in Afghanistan unless leaders meet his demands to produce bin Laden and associates. But Clinton aides said such a policy potentially involving a full-scale war in central Asia was not plausible before politics the world over became transformed by one of history's most lethal acts of terrorism.

    Contrary to the AF Col. who claimed an opportunity to get Bin Laden was ****ed away because Clinton was engrossed in a golf game no one else (even the CIA agents involved) have confirmed the episode. In fact the 911 Commission was unable to uncover evidence this event ever took place.

    Just how much justice do you want?


    Healthcare:

    Clinton's proposed healthcare plans were fought tooth and nail by both conservatives and the very strong health care and pharmaceutical industry. In eight years Bush keeps babbling about free market forces in the health care industry will be the answer as insurance premiums continue to skyrocket and service declines. The latest pharmaceutical legislation pushed by this administration has been the best tax payer financed boondoggle for the drug industry. To the point where cocaine growers should turn to making legit drugs. It pays better.

    Military Spending:

    The peace dividend was embraced by both parties after the collapse of the Soviet Union. From 1994 till he left office a GOP Congress approved military spending at the level you claimed was destroyed. The military was so destroyed that it kicked the hell out of the Taliban and Iraqi Army (one of the better equipped) in a matter of two years. The US spends as much on defense as the next ten nations combined. Yet you believe we are weak. What is your basis for that statement?

    Economy:

    The economy boomed...Period. The budget was balanced and you never had it so good. Clinton was in office. Get over it.

    Personal Life:

    Didn't realize you were so interested in another man's sex life. Is there something you want to tell us? Things a little lonely on the homefront in Wisconsin? The only reason anyone knew about his marital infidelities is because conservatives couldn't take their faces out of his pants for eight years. Other than a couple of right wing wackos, no one cared.

    Business Dealings:

    As far as business dealings. The current idiot in chief and his VP are setting new records for their past dealings. And don't even get started on the profiteering that has gone on because of this foreign policy disaster.

    I'll be the first to admit Clinton was no angel in personal life. I didn't vote for him to be Pope. I voted for him to lead and manage the nation. And in my view he did both well with a hostile congress and endless subpoenas for six years. Bush on the other hand has squandered a surplus, runup huge deficits, and engaged us into a policy disaster in the middle east. And he had a friendly legislature for six years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FyredUp View Post
    I guess besides being a commie lib you can't read either.
    I guess you didn't read about my personal investments. If you did you would understand why I can't be commie.

    But do keep up with the rhetoric. It makes for more amusement.

    And BTW. I voted for a GOP Governor in the last election.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scfire86 View Post

    And BTW. I voted for a GOP Governor in the last election.

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    Ah Ha! So it's all your fault..........
    This may sound sort like twisted logic. But I believe it is healthy and productive to have opposing groups in charge of either the legislature and executive branches. I believe there is something inherently good in gridlock. It forces both sides to compromise.
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    scfire86: Blah blah blah blah. You are beginning to sound like a mynah bird on crack. The talking points are right out of Rush Limbaugh's or Sean Hannity's talking points. So pardon me if I mistake you for another Clinton hater. Nice try, but I can't stand Rush Limbaugh or Sean Hannity anymore than I can stand Air America. Extremists from either side have no real credibility with me. By the way, as embarassed as I am to admit this I voted for Clinton...so sorry you are WRONG again.

    I could give you credit for some good editorial comebacks on my comments up until you had to say this...

    Personal Life:

    Didn't realize you were so interested in another man's sex life. Is there something you want to tell us? Things a little lonely on the homefront in Wisconsin? The only reason anyone knew about his marital infidelities is because conservatives couldn't take their faces out of his pants for eight years. Other than a couple of right wing wackos, no one cared.
    I guess when you run out of things to say you have to resort to the old playground hysterics of questioning a man's sexuality.

    Have a nice life...although with that much anger I just can't see how you would.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FyredUp View Post
    I guess when you run out of things to say you have to resort to the old playground hysterics of questioning a man's sexuality.
    You claim you don't listen to either Hannity or Limbaugh. It's understandable. You sound just like them. No need to repeat.

    As far as playground hysterics, call it what you want, but you didn't answer the question.

    Why were/are you obsessed with another man's sex life? You wouldn't have brought it up if it didn't interest you.
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    You claim you don't listen to either Hannity or Limbaugh. It's understandable. You sound just like them. No need to repeat.
    No doubt. It never ceases to amaze me to read so many comments by so many forum members here who say they either despise or don't listen to right wing radio and TV personalities...yet, they often parrot them almost verbatim.
    Odd.

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    scfire86:

    You claim you don't listen to either Hannity or Limbaugh. It's understandable. You sound just like them. No need to repeat.

    As far as playground hysterics, call it what you want, but you didn't answer the question.

    Why were/are you obsessed with another man's sex life? You wouldn't have brought it up if it didn't interest you.
    Wow...You are an angry liberal aren't you sc?

    First of all I have about as much use for wack jobs Rush and Hannity as I do for the wack jobs at the other end of the spectrum at Air America. So once again it looks like you are WRONG. Is this how the left battles? Wrong assumptions and attacking a man's sexuality when you run out of actual things to say?

    First of all since you seem obsessed with my sexuality I will state emphatically I am a hetrosexual male that has been married for 25 years. I will further state that unless you are in the public eye or you make your sex life public I couldn't begin to pretend to care less what YOURS or anyone elses sexual orientation is. Perhaps since you practically demanded to know mine YOU are obsessed and should perhaps practice a little of the tolerance you libs are so well known for. (Hang on a second I need to go throw up since even you don't believe libs are tolerant of anything except the hypocrisy of the left)

    I am a firm believer that extremists in either ditrection lose site of the big picture in their drive to prove their agenda is the only way to move forward. So I choose the path of non-partisanship and choose the best candidate regardless of party affiliation. Once again I feel sorryfor you that you are so intolerant of anyone that doesn't follow your idea of what is right. Free your mind and the rest will follow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThNozzleman View Post
    No doubt. It never ceases to amaze me to read so many comments by so many forum members here who say they either despise or don't listen to right wing radio and TV personalities...yet, they often parrot them almost verbatim.
    Odd.
    Aw nozz, just when I thought we were getting along so well you have to become just another angry lib.

    Oh well everybody has to be something I guess.

    Just for the record I much prefer FM radio and classic rock or my extensive CD collection to talk radio or talk tv shows.

    Have a nice day.

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