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    Digressing slightly, great news on the job front.
    Obama has put government employees to work at the White House brewing beer. A new job creator. He certainly isn't doing it - he's either campaigning or playing golf.
    Has a light and dark honey variety. And he transports it around to give out to impress the population.
    A real man of the people - a beer drinker.
    Wonder if there's a production line for some of his more favorite stimulants as well?

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    Quote Originally Posted by piney View Post
    haha, want to talk predictable...these responses obviously show that you guys just hit the reply button and didn't read what I wrote.

    I guess when Michele Bachmann said that the kids who voted for Obama would end up in shackles and chains that was different, and okay.

    I get it.

    You guys are married to the R party, that's cool, but don't pretend to be unbiased.

    It's funny, when Democrats say things like "We need to raise the level of political discourse in this country." and then turn around and call Republicans nazis, liberals defend them.

    When Republicans decry the Dems use of the phrase "war on Women" and then use the same term on the left, conservatives defend them.

    round and round.





    "my canidate" laughable.


    I'm voting for Gary Johnson. I've stated this about half a dozen times, but keep at it, obviously since I am not chomping at the bit about this I must be in Obama's pocket.

    Good Stuff.
    Bachmann wasn't running for President or Vice President. Obama/Biden are!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MnJetFan View Post
    Bachmann wasn't running for President or Vice President. Obama/Biden are!
    Bachmann wasn't running for President? Why was she at the debates then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warfish View Post
    Interesting the qualifiers some folks use to judge potential Presidents.

    I'm far more interested in views and policy platforms on individual liberty and freedom (and responsabillity as well) than what he bought at a hardware store, or a gotcha-moment about gallons of milk, or how much he paid in taxes as long as he followed the law (for which we have the IRS).

    I'm far more interested in ideaology. What drives a man, what philosophy does a man support or believe in. What created the man's ideas on the world. And how that translates into the policy positions he supports (in action and deed) today.

    But hey, if what he bought at ahardware store in your straw that broke the camels was-never-voting-Romney-anyway back, so be it.
    that was a joke...your sarcasm meter is way off lately

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    Quote Originally Posted by piney View Post
    Bachmann wasn't running for President? Why was she at the debates then?
    Entertainment value?

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    Quote Originally Posted by piney View Post
    that was a joke...your sarcasm meter is way off lately
    Perhaps because your anger meter has been off lately as well.

    My posting style in here hasn't changed. Your most certainly has, for the (IMO much) angrier.

    I cannot assume that very angry people are 'just kidd'in'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warfish View Post
    Perhaps because your anger meter has been off lately as well.

    My posting style in here hasn't changed. Your most certainly has, for the (IMO much) angrier.

    I cannot assume that very angry people are 'just kidd'in'.
    I'll try to use italics from now on when I am kidding around or being facetious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jetdawgg View Post
    Was he drunk again?
    No just being dumb ass Joe. The village idiot in DC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by piney View Post
    I'll try to use italics from now on when I am kidding around or being facetious.
    Not neccessary.

    When you post angry and aggressively more regularly as you have, I'll simply assume you're not joking.

    If the old piney ever comes back, the jokes will probably roll more naturally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warfish View Post
    Not neccessary.

    When you post angry and aggressively more regularly as you have, I'll simply assume you're not joking.

    If the old piney ever comes back, the jokes will probably roll more naturally.
    suit yourself, although I believe your assessment is incorrect it really isn't worth debating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by piney View Post
    Bachmann wasn't running for President? Why was she at the debates then?
    The same reason she had a dream, but her mouth got in the way. But Obama and Biden continue their lying and out and out personnel attacks because they have nothing to run on!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PlumberKhan View Post
    Entertainment value?
    Unfortunately, these two Bozo's provide more than enough entertainment for the country...



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    The National Review puts Joe Biden's comments into perfect perspective-


    Vice President Joe Biden has made a long career out of saying crude and stupid things, and now he has outdone himself by affecting a southern accent and telling a substantially black audience in Virginia (he seemed to think he was in North Carolina) that if Romney has his way “he gonna put y’all back in chains.”
    The Obama campaign already has established its reputation as a lowlife operation, trafficking in risibly and plainly untrue statements — Mitt Romney killed my wife! — but the latest from Biden is so grotesque and morally illiterate that it deserves a special mention. It bears noting, first, that Mr. Biden spent his Senate years comfortable in the company of a Democratic lion who had borne the title “Exalted Cyclops of the Ku Klux Klan” and who used the term “white n****r” on national television, and, second, that Mr. Biden represented a highly segregated state. His party has undermined the economic and educational interests of African-Americans at every turn, among other ways by fighting the D.C. scholarship program that benefits the children served by Washington’s failed public schools.
    This is the sort of thing that we’re accustomed to hearing from Al Sharpton or Louis Farrakhan. To hear it from the vice president of the United States is something else altogether. Romney was right to hit back hard at the Obama campaign in the wake of these outrageous remarks, but, given the administration’s lack of a policy success story to tell, such outrages are likely to come thick and deep, and Romney will have to rise above them.
    Mitt Romney has an impeccable record on civil-rights issues, having learned at the knee of his father, a Republican who campaigned on civil rights in the 1960s. To suggest as Biden did that Romney’s program has something — anything — in common with slave-trading is vile even by the standards of Democratic campaign rhetoric. That no Democrat of note has spoken up against it is a testament to the moral and intellectual bankruptcy of the party and the political movement it represents.
    Biden’s condescending “y’all” and phony mush-mouthed g-dropping suggest a great deal about what he really thinks of the southern blacks he is attempting to buffalo with this embarrassing nonsense. He should be ashamed of himself, and those who associate with him should be ashamed of themselves.
    An honorable president would dismiss Biden. Barack Obama probably will buy him a beer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by piney View Post
    suit yourself, although I believe your assessment is incorrect it really isn't worth debating.
    And in pointing out how incorrect I am, you do so in a very anrgy, irritated, huruphy sounding post. I can almost hear the pissed off exasperated exhalation of air as you typed it....

    I sure hope whatever it is that has turned you into such an angry and short-tempered poster works itself out. Best of luck.

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    Here is a man that loves to hear the sound of his own voice. His hubris has grown to such a degree that he has become lazy with filtering what he says.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warfish View Post
    And in pointing out how incorrect I am, you do so in a very anrgy, irritated, huruphy sounding post. I can almost hear the pissed off exasperated exhalation of air as you typed it....

    I sure hope whatever it is that has turned you into such an angry and short-tempered poster works itself out. Best of luck.
    That is possibly the worst interpretation of a post I have ever read.

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    Quote Originally Posted by piney View Post
    That is possibly the worst interpretation of a post I have ever read.
    I thought it wasn't worth debating?

    Yet here you are.

    Debating.

    I wish you well, wish you happiness and a return to old form, and you insult my abillity to comprehend your terse, standoffish, one sentence :-[ posts.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Warfish View Post
    I thought it wasn't worth debating?

    Yet here you are.

    Debating.

    I wish you well, wish you happiness and a return to old form, and you insult my abillity to comprehend your terse, standoffish, one sentence :-[ posts.


    I just didn't realize so much vitriol was packed into "Suit Yourself"


    this is what I was responding to though, not you well wishes..

    you do so in a very anrgy, irritated, huruphy sounding post. I can almost hear the pissed off exasperated exhalation of air as you typed it....
    the interpretation was wrong, sorry if that comes across as an insult.
    Last edited by piney; 08-16-2012 at 04:57 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by piney View Post
    [I]the interpretation was wrong, sorry if that comes across as an insult.
    Someones interpiritation, the feelings that are engendered in them by others, cannot be "wrong". It's entirely about how something comes across and feels to that person as they consume the item in question (in this case, the words of a post).

    It's kind of like racism.

    You may not mean to be a racist, but something you say can (and often is) interprited as BEING racist by those who hear/read it.

    Your intentions (or claimed intentions, as the case may be) would not delegitimize the recipients interpritation of how those words present themselves and are consumed and absorbed by it's recipients.

    You may (or may not) not BE angry Piney. But your posts, as I consume them, are.

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    I think we are just one step away from the upcoming debates being like old school 80's wrestling promos,which by the way would be awesome!

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