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Old 30-06-08, 04:30 PM   #81
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It's unlikely that congress would ever send a gun control bill to his desk anyway.
Just what do you base these statements on?

I'd like to hook you on a contract where you'd have to pay serious cash if your statements are false; would you sign?
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Old 01-07-08, 08:18 AM   #82
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I'd like to hook you on a contract where you'd have to pay serious cash if your statements are false; would you sign?
You're like John McLaughlin the way you're always asking for predictions, and now you're asking for wagers, too? This isn't Las Vegas you know.
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This ain't Wikipedia neither.
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Old 01-07-08, 04:02 PM   #83
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Another typical two-bit liar; but you wouldn't even put two bits on your bullshit so you must know full well your statements are false, but you make them anyway.


I'll bet you big money that some voters will change their votes based on Obama's gun rights opinion. But I place value on my words and my integrity, unlike you. You're worthless scum and you don't even care.
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Integrity? You woldn't know integrity if it were tapping it's foot in the next stall


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Old 02-07-08, 07:04 AM   #85
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I'll bet you big money that some voters will change their votes based on Obama's gun rights opinion.
If you can prove that even one person changed their vote then I'll make a donation to the charity of your choice. Start googling, son. You'll be hard pressed to find an Obama supporter who didn't already know where the man stood on gun control before the SCOTUS decision.
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the SCOTUS decision.
which recognised the government's right to regulate firearms.
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which recognised the government's right to regulate firearms.
But not to disarm the public.
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If you can prove that even one person changed their vote then I'll make a donation to the charity of your choice. Start googling, son. You'll be hard pressed to find an Obama supporter who didn't already know where the man stood on gun control before the SCOTUS decision.
I never mentioned "Obama supporters" so give the slimey twisting of my words a break; it doesn't make you clever, just disgusting. There are plenty of independents and even some republicans who dislike McCain and would consider voting for Obama if he supported their second amendment right.

My favorite charity is me and your "donation" will be $1,000 if you want me to start combing forums. That should be enough to discourage you from lying.

Your move.
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I never mentioned "Obama supporters" so give the slimey twisting of my words a break; it doesn't make you clever, just disgusting. There are plenty of independents and even some republicans who dislike McCain and would consider voting for Obama if he supported their second amendment right.

My favorite charity is me and your "donation" will be $1,000 if you want me to start combing forums. That should be enough to discourage you from lying.

Your move.
As the donor I get to decide the size of the donation and the charity must be a not-for-profit organization. Those are my terms. Nothing is at stake for you, you don't have to put up any money if you can't come up with proof. You'll just have to live with the fact that your statements are as baseless as mine.

And don't misread, I was referring to new Obama supporters, those who were finally convinced to vote for him based on his reaction to the DC gun ban decision. My claim is that there aren't any, that people knew where Obama stood on gun rights long before this occurred, that "nobody's gonna change their vote based on Obama's reaction" to quote myself. My words are plain and you're twisting them around.
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Oh hell you guys, the Supreme Court's ruling is final and nobody's gonna change their vote based on Obama's reaction to the decision. It's unlikely that congress would ever send a gun control bill to his desk anyway.
Well at least try to make an acronym out of "nobody": New Obama _ _ _ _ , if you're going to try that route you pathetic, unimaginative sleazebag.
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You resort to name calling and then you try to tell me that I'm unimaginative? You're such a hypocrite.
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Old 10-07-08, 07:25 AM   #92
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Jesse Jackson was recorded on video expressing his desire to castrate Obama, complete with hand gestures; "See, Barack's been talking down to black people on this faith-based—,I want to cut his nuts out."

http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/c...,725595.column

If a white man said that it'd be screamed across the U.S. by the liberal media but headlines only state the apology from Jackson and skip right over the original remark.


Don Imus must be heading for the tanning salon."Extra dark please"
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Why bring 'white' and Imus into it? It wasn't a racist remark.

Jackson is a tool, and this, including the statement itself, which you have misquoted slightly, has been covered heavily by the MSM.


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Old 10-07-08, 08:41 AM   #94
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OMG, I don't post what Diego wants!


What is wrong with me?


I only post what I want!



WHY?





WHYYYY?


hmmm? deja vu
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It's not a matter of what I want or don't want.

You attempted, unsuccessfully, to link his comments to someone who has made racist remarks. Like all republicans, you can't have an honest discussion, you have to make links which are not there to support arguments which hold no water.


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Old 24-07-08, 04:53 PM   #96
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Obama in Berlin:
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"I know my country has not perfected itself. At times, we've struggled to keep the promise of liberty and equality...we've made our share of mistakes."
What a perfect place to badmouth the U.S. - Berlin - heart of Nazi atrocities and later America's Berlin Airlift. Not that the stupid fucks cheering him would have a clue, or a lot of the imbeciles here, but the irony is just so immense.
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Being honest is never 'bad mouthing', it's admitting to the mistakes of our nation.

Like electing a moron to the Presidency, twice. Obama will be a welcome relief.

A bit of contrast for you:

Obama gives a speech in front of 200,000 Europeans chanting 'Obama' and 'USA USA USA!'

McCain gives a press conference in front of the cheese display bantering blatant bullshit..


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Old 25-07-08, 09:24 AM   #98
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I don't think Obama is going to win so easy , if at all
by all accounts he looks like he should win and win easily

The big butt is, Hillary's butt actually
if he doesn't choose her as a running mate it could open up a big hole for McCain
I wonder who else would he choose. Edwards?

Even if he does choose her.. I still have this feeling the Republicans have an ace up their sleeve or something.. that what looks like should be a romp in... will become too close to call ,and with more clever manipulation like the past elections they will somehow pull off the impossible. It's because he is such a cardboard cutout.. he is somewhat a perfect replacement for Bush and there's something about the neoconservative/military complex's agenda that reeks of unfinished business

I hate to be a pessimist because I hope Obama will win..
I just get the impression the whole system is so corrupt ,a genuine candidate that would bring about real change would never be allowed to win.
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Clinton would be a massive mistake, but one he may take against my better judgement.

The main reason it would be such a mistake: the Republicans want him to choose her.

he should stay VERY well clear of her and her baggage and her husband.


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I think so too.. I dislike her because she is a obviously a sell out to big money..but distancing himself from the Clinton admin legacy will give voters the sense of the 'unknown' and the Republicans will play it for everything they have got.
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