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PaintedBlue
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Icon 1 posted October 10, 2008 20:51      Profile for PaintedBlue   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
that the messiah has come...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OowxMcVTjTE

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GrumpySteen

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and the KKK supports McCain

Nutcases who support a particular candidate do not represent that candidate.

McCain is not affiliated with the KKK and Obama does not claim to be Jesus.

You, however, seem to enjoy proving that you are a dumbass.

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PaintedBlue
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Icon 1 posted October 10, 2008 21:39      Profile for PaintedBlue   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Sure. [Smile]

We all know that a Muslim would never support someone who is a non-Muslim because they are the infidel. So...the logical conclusion is that Farrakhan knows something that Obama is not telling the American people.

Constantly resorting to personal attacks may be your style, GrumpySteen, but to be honest, I'd rather just debate on a non-personal level regarding a man that I believe is a danger to the United States of America if allowed to become our president. I'm not alone in this thinking. We're the most powerful country on the planet and we don't need someone with terrorist ties at the helm.

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Really PaintedBlue, it's OK to take a break from FOX News & Talk Radio now and then...
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PaintedBlue
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Icon 1 posted October 10, 2008 22:06      Profile for PaintedBlue   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Well thanks for that tidbit. I actually had little time to watch or listen today. [Wink]

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PaintedBlue wrote:
we don't need someone with terrorist ties at the helm.

Then it's a good thing McCain is falling behind in the polls and Palin is about to go to jail, huh?

Since you say want to debate (even though your posts are little more than inflammatory garbage), let's do so.

McCain's backers are guilty of funding terrorists who are responsible for thousands of murders. Palin's got plenty of ties to AIG which was founded by a man who said “My government is my worst enemy. I’m going to fight them with any means at hand” and was supported by Iran (you know, the MUSLIM nation where US citizens were held hostage).

Obama served on a charity board that funded educational projects with a college professor who admits that he regrets things he did in the past and was voted citizen of the year by Chicago. Ayers turned his life around and became a worthwhile citizen and has no ongoing ties with Obama.

So tell us... why does McCain's campaign being funded by a man who is guilty of funding a band of murderous terrorists not bother you? Why do Palin's ties to a group founded to fight the government and backed by Iran not bother you?

Please explain how you rationalize your dismissal of these active connections while pointing to Obama's past work on a charity board with a reformed man as proof of guilt.

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quote:
Originally posted by PaintedBlue:
We're the most powerful country on the planet and we don't need someone with terrorist ties at the helm.

Perhaps these words from a very wise man † will reassure you.
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John McCain:
I have to tell you, he is a decent person, and a person that you do not have to be scared as President of the United States."

† - applying a suitably loose definition of 'wise'

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quote:
Originally posted by PaintedBlue:
We all know that a Muslim would never support someone who is a non-Muslim because they are the infidel. So...the logical conclusion is that Farrakhan knows something that Obama is not telling the American people.

Anything can become a logical conclusion, as long as the premises aren't examined. However, if you're not going to bother getting your facts straight, be prepared to look stupid.

Or are you saying we've already got a Muslim president?

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___________________ I like to watch people clutch at straws. That said lets deal with closer to the truth. IKE DDE had R. Nixon be his flamer, (Lightning Rod) for poorly thought out ideas. R. Nixon had S. Agnew to test the waters. R. Regan had the Bush Senior. Bush junior has D. Chenney. So the Vet stabbing J. McCain uses S Palin to be his lightning Rod and stir up anger, so that the mud doesn't stick to his raincoat.

_____ Mark Twain (Samual Clemons) wrote an essay about why he would not run for public office.

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I see the kool-aid has been consumed in mass quantities here.

[crazy]

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GrumpySteen

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PaintedBlue wrote:
Constantly resorting to personal attacks may be your style, GrumpySteen, but to be honest, I'd rather just debate on a non-personal level
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I see the kool-aid has been consumed in mass quantities here.

A hypocrite -and- a liar. Nice.

Or do you think that you're special and should not be held to your own statements?

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See, this is why I stay out of political discussions.
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quote:
Originally posted by PaintedBlue:
I see the kool-aid has been consumed in mass quantities here.

[crazy]

I guess so. I mean, how else do we explain you taking something as supposedly common knowledge when, in reality, it's proven false with a quick Google search?

I have no problem with people choosing whatever political beliefs the want, but at least have some good reasoning. My mom is pretty conservative, but she knows to check questionable information she's given, and that any chain emails she gets are almost guaranteed to be false.

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You people are just too easy and predictable. [Big Grin]

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PaintedBlue:
You said you prefer to debate on a non-personal level, yet you respond only with derisive remarks and insults.

Either defend your statements or admit that you are a hypocrite.

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Oh come on guys, haven't you caught on yet that PaintedBlue is Chesty in a frock and wig?

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Either that or a troll.

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PaintedBlue I would love it if you would debate this. You said at the beginning of this thread that you would like to debate this on a non personal level, but though others here have raised issues of substance, you don't seem interested in answering them, instead making demeaning remarks. Do you have an answer?

I would also like an answer to a question that I posed in a previous thread, namely how so you reconcile what you are posting here with your sig which appears to argue for some mutual respect? If you believe what you are posting here, that the Dems have chosen someone with radical Islamist sympathies as their presidential candidate, and since there is no real evidence to support such a hysterical conspiracy theory, you must also think Democrats are some kind of enemy within, the very opposite sentiment to your sig. In any event I suggest you heed these words from your preferred candidate. Nice to see him show his honourable and decent side. We haven't seen that in a while.

It may well be that you are actively seeking abuse so that you can comfort yourself with the notion that anyone who disagrees with you is overemotional and unable to see reason. Unfortunately your own unwillingness to meet any of the rational arguments head on suggests the opposite may be true.

If you are actually interested in examining the basis of your political views, I suggest you research the word "demagogy" and then ask yourself some pretty hard questions about Republican politics of the last ten years.

I await your reply with interest

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______________ Painted Blue __ You are so much like Elisabeth on "The View". Even when she gets refutation of one of her facts, she goes right back to the same old "GOP Republican" Statement.

Believe me if Bill Clinton could have made the SDS and Weathermen charges stick it would have happened.

Right now the world economy is in a shambles and the people in office are partly or totally to blame, I lost my whole life's savings, I do not have ten or twenty years for it to build back up, I am in retirement. No way would I reward the "GOP" with my vote after the suits took away my dreams.

Elisabeth and yourself are cheerleaders for J. McCain. and the "GOP" and any statements made by us are to you nonsense. So any statements that you do not feel like answering, you like a high school cheerleader hold up your hand in the "whatever" mode and go on with your cheer.

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