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The New GOP Thread: Taking Anti-Intellectualism to a Whole New Level

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  • RedTideRedTide Registered User regular
    edited October 2009
    wwtMask wrote: »
    RedTide wrote: »
    moniker wrote: »
    Speaker wrote: »
    People who were 30 during the Carter/Reagan election are now 59.

    TIME TO MOVE ON

    They're going to continue to ride his coffin long after anyone who could have voted for him is dead.

    He's honestly the sequel to Lincoln for them, the next Republican to be held up until Conservative Messiah comes again.

    Reagan is the Conservative Messiah. Everyone else is just trying to be the Conservative Pope that prays to him.

    If someone manages to kill an entitlement program or roll back some sort of civil right without laying his acts on the altar of Reagan, he gets a legit shot at the second coming. Hell, even if the guy was born before Reagan died.

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  • Salvation122Salvation122 Registered User regular
    edited October 2009
    Speaker wrote: »
    People who were 30 during the Carter/Reagan election are now 59.

    TIME TO MOVE ON

    My parents got very upset with me last weekend for (loudly and bluntly) pointing this out

    "Well, Reagan cut taxes and increased revenue"
    "REAGAN GOT ELECTED THIRTY FUCKING YEARS AGO! IF HE IS ALL YOU HAVE THE PARTY IS A STINKY, LIQUEFYING CORPSE! FIND SOMETHING NEW!"

    In my defense that was after thirty minutes of them trying to explain to the guy with the better part of a political science degree how politics really works, and rejecting my calm, well-reasoned refutations with "Oh, honey, I'm sorry but that's just not true."

    Salvation122 on
  • OptimusZedOptimusZed Registered User regular
    edited October 2009
    Speaker wrote: »
    People who were 30 during the Carter/Reagan election are now 59.

    TIME TO MOVE ON

    My parents got very upset with me last weekend for (loudly and bluntly) pointing this out

    "Well, Reagan cut taxes and increased revenue"
    "REAGAN GOT ELECTED THIRTY FUCKING YEARS AGO! IF HE IS ALL YOU HAVE THE PARTY IS A STINKY, LIQUEFYING CORPSE! FIND SOMETHING NEW!"

    In my defense that was after thirty minutes of them trying to explain to the guy with the better part of a political science degree how politics really works, and rejecting my calm, well-reasoned refutations with "Oh, honey, I'm sorry but that's just not true."
    Did they pull their gun on you when you defamed St. Ronnie?

    I had an uncle do that.

    OptimusZed on
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  • KastanjKastanj __BANNED USERS regular
    edited October 2009
    OptimusZed wrote: »
    Speaker wrote: »
    People who were 30 during the Carter/Reagan election are now 59.

    TIME TO MOVE ON

    My parents got very upset with me last weekend for (loudly and bluntly) pointing this out

    "Well, Reagan cut taxes and increased revenue"
    "REAGAN GOT ELECTED THIRTY FUCKING YEARS AGO! IF HE IS ALL YOU HAVE THE PARTY IS A STINKY, LIQUEFYING CORPSE! FIND SOMETHING NEW!"

    In my defense that was after thirty minutes of them trying to explain to the guy with the better part of a political science degree how politics really works, and rejecting my calm, well-reasoned refutations with "Oh, honey, I'm sorry but that's just not true."
    Did they pull their gun on you when you defamed St. Ronnie?

    I had an uncle do that.

    I don't know if you are joking or not.

    Kastanj on
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  • OptimusZedOptimusZed Registered User regular
    edited October 2009
    Kastanj wrote: »
    OptimusZed wrote: »
    Speaker wrote: »
    People who were 30 during the Carter/Reagan election are now 59.

    TIME TO MOVE ON

    My parents got very upset with me last weekend for (loudly and bluntly) pointing this out

    "Well, Reagan cut taxes and increased revenue"
    "REAGAN GOT ELECTED THIRTY FUCKING YEARS AGO! IF HE IS ALL YOU HAVE THE PARTY IS A STINKY, LIQUEFYING CORPSE! FIND SOMETHING NEW!"

    In my defense that was after thirty minutes of them trying to explain to the guy with the better part of a political science degree how politics really works, and rejecting my calm, well-reasoned refutations with "Oh, honey, I'm sorry but that's just not true."
    Did they pull their gun on you when you defamed St. Ronnie?

    I had an uncle do that.

    I don't know if you are joking or not.
    I'm not.

    It came after a conversation wherein I tried to explain to him that someone who grew up on food stamps, collected their first real paycheck as part of the crew of a gunship, was put through trade school on the GI Bill, worked virtually their entire adult life for KDOT and now collects a check from the Kansas Public Employee Retirement Fund probably shouldn't be using "socialism" as an epithet.

    Calling him "Comrade" was probably a bad idea.

    OptimusZed on
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  • PotatoNinjaPotatoNinja Fake Gamer Goat Registered User regular
    edited October 2009

    "Well, Reagan cut taxes and increased revenue"

    Didn't Saint Ronnie increase the deficit by, like, ten billion percent or so?

    Obviously that's your parents' quote not yours, just wondering out loud.

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  • Captain CarrotCaptain Carrot Alexandria, VARegistered User regular
    edited October 2009
    Speaker wrote: »
    People who were 30 during the Carter/Reagan election are now 59.

    TIME TO MOVE ON

    My parents got very upset with me last weekend for (loudly and bluntly) pointing this out

    "Well, Reagan cut taxes and increased revenue"
    "REAGAN GOT ELECTED THIRTY FUCKING YEARS AGO! IF HE IS ALL YOU HAVE THE PARTY IS A STINKY, LIQUEFYING CORPSE! FIND SOMETHING NEW!"
    Everybody remembers that Reagan cut taxes, but forgets that A. he also eliminated a lot of deductions and B. raised taxes afterwards because revenue still went down.

    Captain Carrot on
  • TofystedethTofystedeth Registered User regular
    edited October 2009
    Suriko wrote: »
    I'm going to admit that this made me laugh:
    Latest Nobel Awarded Makes 4 Nobel Prizes For Obama!

    March 16, 2011 - Barack H. Obama Recieved his 4th Nobel Prize today topping off the lunacy of that once esteemed organization. Obama and Nobel stunned the world in 2009 when Barack won the Nobel Peace Prize for absolutely nothing, as in Zero. World leaders were stunned and all were shocked that the fix was in globally. He followed up that ridiculous win with a Nobel Prize in Biology in 2010 after he explained the birds and the bees to his daughters. Quickly followed in succession by Nobel Prizes in Medicine for his Socializing America's Health Care industry, in Chemistry for a bad bout of farting in the White House and now a Nobel Prize for Science for helping one of his daughters in her Science fair.

    Dumb fuckers can't even count. That's 5 Nobels there.

    Tofystedeth on
  • GoslingGosling Looking Up Soccer In Mongolia Right Now, Probably Watertown, WIRegistered User regular
    edited October 2009
    Peace, Biology, Medicine and Science. No, that's four.

    They're missing Literature and Economics. Probably intentionally.

    Gosling on
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  • Captain CarrotCaptain Carrot Alexandria, VARegistered User regular
    edited October 2009
    You missed Chemistry, Gos.

    Captain Carrot on
  • nexuscrawlernexuscrawler Registered User regular
    edited October 2009

    "Well, Reagan cut taxes and increased revenue"

    Didn't Saint Ronnie increase the deficit by, like, ten billion percent or so?

    Obviously that's your parents' quote not yours, just wondering out loud.

    The best part of deficit spending is it takes a good decade to catch up with you in any serious way

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  • GoslingGosling Looking Up Soccer In Mongolia Right Now, Probably Watertown, WIRegistered User regular
    edited October 2009
    You missed Chemistry, Gos.

    Yeah, you're right.

    But to offset that, I just realized that there IS no Nobel Prize for "Science". So they gave him five, but only four are legitimate.

    Gosling on
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  • TofystedethTofystedeth Registered User regular
    edited October 2009
    OptimusZed wrote: »
    Kastanj wrote: »
    OptimusZed wrote: »
    Speaker wrote: »
    People who were 30 during the Carter/Reagan election are now 59.

    TIME TO MOVE ON

    My parents got very upset with me last weekend for (loudly and bluntly) pointing this out

    "Well, Reagan cut taxes and increased revenue"
    "REAGAN GOT ELECTED THIRTY FUCKING YEARS AGO! IF HE IS ALL YOU HAVE THE PARTY IS A STINKY, LIQUEFYING CORPSE! FIND SOMETHING NEW!"

    In my defense that was after thirty minutes of them trying to explain to the guy with the better part of a political science degree how politics really works, and rejecting my calm, well-reasoned refutations with "Oh, honey, I'm sorry but that's just not true."
    Did they pull their gun on you when you defamed St. Ronnie?

    I had an uncle do that.

    I don't know if you are joking or not.
    I'm not.

    It came after a conversation wherein I tried to explain to him that someone who grew up on food stamps, collected their first real paycheck as part of the crew of a gunship, was put through trade school on the GI Bill, worked virtually their entire adult life for KDOT and now collects a check from the Kansas Public Employee Retirement Fund probably shouldn't be using "socialism" as an epithet.

    Calling him "Comrade" was probably a bad idea.
    This is amazing. I'm glad you survived.

    Tofystedeth on
  • HenroidHenroid Mexican kicked from Immigration Thread Centrism is Racism :3Registered User regular
    edited October 2009
    Optimus, I have a metric ton of newfound respect for you.

    Henroid on
  • Gnome-InterruptusGnome-Interruptus Registered User regular
    edited October 2009

    "Well, Reagan cut taxes and increased revenue"

    Didn't Saint Ronnie increase the deficit by, like, ten billion percent or so?

    Obviously that's your parents' quote not yours, just wondering out loud.

    Didnt Reagan also massively increase the payroll tax?

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  • KastanjKastanj __BANNED USERS regular
    edited October 2009
    OptimusZed wrote: »
    Kastanj wrote: »
    OptimusZed wrote: »
    Speaker wrote: »
    People who were 30 during the Carter/Reagan election are now 59.

    TIME TO MOVE ON

    My parents got very upset with me last weekend for (loudly and bluntly) pointing this out

    "Well, Reagan cut taxes and increased revenue"
    "REAGAN GOT ELECTED THIRTY FUCKING YEARS AGO! IF HE IS ALL YOU HAVE THE PARTY IS A STINKY, LIQUEFYING CORPSE! FIND SOMETHING NEW!"

    In my defense that was after thirty minutes of them trying to explain to the guy with the better part of a political science degree how politics really works, and rejecting my calm, well-reasoned refutations with "Oh, honey, I'm sorry but that's just not true."
    Did they pull their gun on you when you defamed St. Ronnie?

    I had an uncle do that.

    I don't know if you are joking or not.
    I'm not.

    It came after a conversation wherein I tried to explain to him that someone who grew up on food stamps, collected their first real paycheck as part of the crew of a gunship, was put through trade school on the GI Bill, worked virtually their entire adult life for KDOT and now collects a check from the Kansas Public Employee Retirement Fund probably shouldn't be using "socialism" as an epithet.

    Calling him "Comrade" was probably a bad idea.

    Pulling a gun on you taliban style was probably a bad idea.

    Kastanj on
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  • kildykildy Registered User regular
    edited October 2009
    KalTorak wrote: »
    Scooter wrote: »
    Has this been posted yet?

    http://www.scribd.com/doc/21808122/Judge-Carter-Ruling-on-MTD

    I haven't read the whole thing (30 pages) but I take it it's not good for Orly.

    F. Conduct of Plaintiffs’ Counsel
    The hearings have been interesting to say the least. Plaintiffs’ arguments through Taitz have generally failed to aid the Court. Instead, Plaintiffs’ counsel has favored rhetoric seeking to arouse the emotions and prejudices of her followers rather than the language of a lawyer seeking to present arguments through cogent legal reasoning. While the Court has no desire to chill Plaintiffs’ enthusiastic presentation, Taitz’s argument often hampered the efforts of her co-counsel Gary Kreep (“Kreep”), counsel for Plaintiffs Drake and Robinson, to bring serious issues before the Court. The Court has attempted to give Plaintiffs a voice and a chance to be heard by respecting their choice of counsel and by making every effort to discern the legal arguments of Plaintiffs’ counsel amongst the rhetoric.This Court exercised extreme patience when Taitz endangered this case being heard at all by failing to properly file and serve the complaint upon Defendants and held multiple hearings to ensure that the case would not be dismissed on the technicality of failure to effect service. While the original complaint in this matter was filed on January 20, 2009, Defendants were not properly served until August 25, 2009. Taitz successfully served Defendants only after the Court intervened on several occasions and requested that defense counsel make significant accommodations for her to effect service. Taitz also continually refused to comply with court rules and procedure. Taitz even asked this Court to recuse Magistrate Judge Arthur Nakazato on the basis that he required her to comply with the Local Rules. See Order Denying Pls.’ Mot. For Modification of Mag. J. Nakazato’s Aug. 6, 2009, Order; Denying Pls.’ Mot. to Recuse Mag. J.Nakazato; and Granting Ex Parte App. for Order Vacating Voluntary Dismissal (Sep. 8, 2009).

    Taitz also attempted to dismiss two of her clients against their wishes because she did not want to work with their new counsel. See id.Taitz encouraged her supporters to contact this Court, both via letters and phone calls. It was improper and unethical for her as an attorney to encourage her supporters to attempt to influence this Court's decision. Despite these attempts to manipulate this Court, the Court has not considered any outside pleas to influence the Court's decision.

    Additionally, the Court has received several sworn affidavits that Taitz asked potential witnesses that she planned to call before this Court to perjure themselves. This Court is deeply concerned that Taitz may have suborned perjury through witnesses she intended to bring before this Court.
    While the Court seeks to ensure that all interested parties have had the opportunity to be heard, the Court cannot condone the conduct of Plaintiffs’ counsel in her efforts to influence thisCourt.

    Ho ho ho...

    I loved the footnote about her continued attempts to prevent the First Lady from having any power in government due to the issues presented in the case. At which point the court is simply baffled that she thinks the First Lady holds an office.

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  • KalTorakKalTorak One way or another, they all end up in the Undercity.Registered User regular
    edited October 2009
    There's also a bit in there where the Plaintiffs are trying to prove harm inflicted by Obama by pointing to the 3rd-party candidates that were robbed of votes by this false candidates. The order notes several times that these 3rd-party candidates had received "only four-hundredth one percent of the vote," and that "The Court may have already met this entire group of voters at the hearings on this matter."

    KalTorak on
  • monikermoniker Registered User regular
    edited October 2009

    "Well, Reagan cut taxes and increased revenue"

    Didn't Saint Ronnie increase the deficit by, like, ten billion percent or so?

    Obviously that's your parents' quote not yours, just wondering out loud.

    Didnt Reagan also massively increase the payroll tax?

    The overall tax burden on the middle class was higher at the end of Reagan's Presidency than at the beginning, yes.

    moniker on
  • TomantaTomanta Registered User regular
    edited October 2009
    Suriko wrote: »
    I'm going to admit that this made me laugh:
    Latest Nobel Awarded Makes 4 Nobel Prizes For Obama!

    March 16, 2011 - Barack H. Obama Recieved his 4th Nobel Prize today topping off the lunacy of that once esteemed organization. Obama and Nobel stunned the world in 2009 when Barack won the Nobel Peace Prize for absolutely nothing, as in Zero. World leaders were stunned and all were shocked that the fix was in globally. He followed up that ridiculous win with a Nobel Prize in Biology in 2010 after he explained the birds and the bees to his daughters. Quickly followed in succession by Nobel Prizes in Medicine for his Socializing America's Health Care industry, in Chemistry for a bad bout of farting in the White House and now a Nobel Prize for Science for helping one of his daughters in her Science fair.

    Dumb fuckers can't even count. That's 5 Nobels there.

    No, see, he is going to win a 6th nobel, in physics, for building a time machine so he can go back in time and win his 5th before his 4th, thereby effectively making the nobel for chemistry his 5th and his science nobel his 4th.

    ... is there even a prize for "Science"?

    Tomanta on
  • Captain CarrotCaptain Carrot Alexandria, VARegistered User regular
    edited October 2009
  • Magus`Magus` Registered User regular
    edited October 2009
    What is Taitz beef anyhow? Like.. why is she doing this?

    Magus` on
  • GoslingGosling Looking Up Soccer In Mongolia Right Now, Probably Watertown, WIRegistered User regular
    edited October 2009
    No.

    ....There's no Nobel for Biology either.

    Gosling on
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  • Bionic MonkeyBionic Monkey Registered User, ClubPA
    edited October 2009
    Magus` wrote: »
    What is Taitz beef anyhow? Like.. why is she doing this?

    She's off her meds.

    Bionic Monkey on
  • TomantaTomanta Registered User regular
    edited October 2009
    Magus` wrote: »
    What is Taitz beef anyhow? Like.. why is she doing this?

    Because she got tired of defending herself against malpractice lawsuits against her "Buy a home, get a cavity filled!" business idea?

    Tomanta on
  • BamaBama Registered User regular
    edited October 2009
    OptimusZed wrote: »
    Calling him "Comrade" was probably a bad idea.
    :lol:

    Well done.

    Bama on
  • psychotixpsychotix __BANNED USERS
    edited October 2009
    Magus` wrote: »
    What is Taitz beef anyhow? Like.. why is she doing this?

    She's off her meds.

    Meh, it's worse then that. I qualify as a psychopath and I'm not bonkers.

    psychotix on
  • SynthesisSynthesis Honda Today! Registered User regular
    edited October 2009
    OptimusZed wrote: »
    Kastanj wrote: »
    OptimusZed wrote: »
    Speaker wrote: »
    People who were 30 during the Carter/Reagan election are now 59.

    TIME TO MOVE ON

    My parents got very upset with me last weekend for (loudly and bluntly) pointing this out

    "Well, Reagan cut taxes and increased revenue"
    "REAGAN GOT ELECTED THIRTY FUCKING YEARS AGO! IF HE IS ALL YOU HAVE THE PARTY IS A STINKY, LIQUEFYING CORPSE! FIND SOMETHING NEW!"

    In my defense that was after thirty minutes of them trying to explain to the guy with the better part of a political science degree how politics really works, and rejecting my calm, well-reasoned refutations with "Oh, honey, I'm sorry but that's just not true."
    Did they pull their gun on you when you defamed St. Ronnie?

    I had an uncle do that.

    I don't know if you are joking or not.
    I'm not.

    It came after a conversation wherein I tried to explain to him that someone who grew up on food stamps, collected their first real paycheck as part of the crew of a gunship, was put through trade school on the GI Bill, worked virtually their entire adult life for KDOT and now collects a check from the Kansas Public Employee Retirement Fund probably shouldn't be using "socialism" as an epithet.

    Calling him "Comrade" was probably a bad idea.

    If you'd been shot, you could have cried, "Oh, how like a politruk (abbreviation for 'political leader' in Russian) to shoot someone they don't agree with! Real nice, Comrade!" before you passed out, and still had the last righteous laugh.

    (Of course, the primary function of politruk and, before them, commissars was handling moral, chaplain functions, and in the early days, helping poorly educated soldiers write letters home with proper punctuation, but he probably wouldn't know that.)

    Synthesis on
  • TofystedethTofystedeth Registered User regular
    edited October 2009
    KalTorak wrote: »
    There's also a bit in there where the Plaintiffs are trying to prove harm inflicted by Obama by pointing to the 3rd-party candidates that were robbed of votes by this false candidates. The order notes several times that these 3rd-party candidates had received "only four-hundredth one percent of the vote," and that "The Court may have already met this entire group of voters at the hearings on this matter."

    Was that an ice burn in a legal document?

    I think it was.

    Tofystedeth on
  • PantsBPantsB Registered User regular
    edited October 2009
    Synthesis wrote: »
    OptimusZed wrote: »
    Kastanj wrote: »
    OptimusZed wrote: »
    Speaker wrote: »
    People who were 30 during the Carter/Reagan election are now 59.

    TIME TO MOVE ON

    My parents got very upset with me last weekend for (loudly and bluntly) pointing this out

    "Well, Reagan cut taxes and increased revenue"
    "REAGAN GOT ELECTED THIRTY FUCKING YEARS AGO! IF HE IS ALL YOU HAVE THE PARTY IS A STINKY, LIQUEFYING CORPSE! FIND SOMETHING NEW!"

    In my defense that was after thirty minutes of them trying to explain to the guy with the better part of a political science degree how politics really works, and rejecting my calm, well-reasoned refutations with "Oh, honey, I'm sorry but that's just not true."
    Did they pull their gun on you when you defamed St. Ronnie?

    I had an uncle do that.

    I don't know if you are joking or not.
    I'm not.

    It came after a conversation wherein I tried to explain to him that someone who grew up on food stamps, collected their first real paycheck as part of the crew of a gunship, was put through trade school on the GI Bill, worked virtually their entire adult life for KDOT and now collects a check from the Kansas Public Employee Retirement Fund probably shouldn't be using "socialism" as an epithet.

    Calling him "Comrade" was probably a bad idea.

    If you'd been shot, you could have cried, "Oh, how like a politruk (abbreviation for 'political leader' in Russian) to shoot someone they don't agree with! Real nice, Comrade!" before you passed out, and still had the last righteous laugh.

    (Of course, the primary function of politruk and, before them, commissars was handling moral, chaplain functions, and in the early days, helping poorly educated soldiers write letters home with proper punctuation, but he probably wouldn't know that.)

    Like so

    PantsB on
  • Magus`Magus` Registered User regular
    edited October 2009
    So it's a.. money issue? She's doing this to make money? ... how?

    Magus` on
  • KalTorakKalTorak One way or another, they all end up in the Undercity.Registered User regular
    edited October 2009
    Magus` wrote: »
    So it's a.. money issue? She's doing this to make money? ... how?

    She'll probably get a book deal/spot on some crappy reality celebrity show out of it.

    KalTorak on
  • GaddezGaddez Registered User regular
    edited October 2009
    Oh dear god, the comments...
    ust as in the O.J. Simpson case, our legal system has been used to avoid a 'perceived' violent and damaging reaction by the general population to justice being served - and so, one more cowardly judge resorts to tortured logic and avoids doing the right thing.

    This lawsuit was never about military personnel avoiding deployment to a war zone! It has always been about Obama's ineligibility to serve as President of the United States and to issue orders as Commander-in-Chief, potentially placing hundreds and thousands of lives in harms way.

    In dragging his feet about additional troops to Afghanistan, as requested by the very same General he put in charge, Obama has proven that he is more interested in giving the Muslim world a hand than winning a war for the very American citizens that elected him.

    Judge David O. Carter has just missed his place in history as a patriot, and instead joined the ranks of cowardly and immoral traitors to the United States Constitution.

    Judge Carter's lack of knowledge beyond his military and legal experience has proven to be his Achilles’ heel. He most obviously does not understand what the real dangers to our nation are. Namely, that Obama and his handlers are only interested in dismantling the Constitution and destroying the Dollar, in order to surrender American sovereignty and make way for the North American Union and a New World Order.

    Obama and his ilk probably believe that in this New World Order, with the backing of International Law and hate crime legislation, supported by multiple nuclear-armed Islamic groups and countries; that somehow, we are all going to reach 'détente' and live happily ever after.

    Maybe Judge Carter does not understand that Islam will not stop until it conquers the entire world and converts it to follow its ways, or die trying.

    Judge Carter definitely does not understand that there is enough evidence this very day that Obama is not only a fraud, but that all of his actions thus far betray a childish ideology and a most distinct loyalty to the Muslim world. To say that this is evidence of a 'divided loyalty' would be to give him too much credit for attempting to achieve a balance. This just simply is not the case.

    The truth will eventually come out. However, it may be too late to save our Republic.

    God help the next Judge Carter that is tested during this critical time in American history. All we need is one righteous man to stand up for the truth. God save America.

    I don't think these people know how the courts work.

    Gaddez on
  • KanamitKanamit Registered User regular
    edited October 2009
    I can't wait for these principled defenders of the Constitution to write about the blatant unconstitutionality of the activist judiciary's decision in Bush v. Gore.

    Kanamit on
  • GaddezGaddez Registered User regular
    edited October 2009
    Kanamit wrote: »
    I can't wait for these principled defenders of the Constitution to write about the blatant unconstitutionality of the activist majority's decision in Bush v. Gore.

    Ah but you forget: Repoblicans Can do no wrong, because they alone love america, so much so that they're prepared to shit all over it's laws and traditions.

    Unlike the filthy democrats, with there habeus corpus and spiteless aproach to world affairs!

    Gaddez on
  • monikermoniker Registered User regular
    edited October 2009
    I can't wait for Civics classes to be improved (or introduced) so that stupid shit like this becomes less likely to recur.

    moniker on
  • KalTorakKalTorak One way or another, they all end up in the Undercity.Registered User regular
    edited October 2009
    Gaddez wrote: »
    Kanamit wrote: »
    I can't wait for these principled defenders of the Constitution to write about the blatant unconstitutionality of the activist majority's decision in Bush v. Gore.

    Ah but you forget: Repoblicans Can do no wrong, because they alone love america, so much so that they're prepared to shit all over it's laws and traditions.

    Unlike the filthy democrats, with there habeus corpus and spiteless aproach to world affairs!

    There's no such thing as a conservative activist judge.

    Except for Judge John Jones, the guy appointed by GWB who ruled against teaching intelligent design in the Dover School District. That guy's a liberal hack!

    KalTorak on
  • GaddezGaddez Registered User regular
    edited October 2009
    moniker wrote: »
    I can't wait for Civics classes to be improved (or introduced) so that stupid shit like this becomes less likely to recur.

    Realisiticly, I understand that this is somthing that desperatley needs to occur, but from a selfish spiteful standpoint I desperatley want it to last as long as possible because frankly: it's terribly ammusing.

    Gaddez on
  • The Muffin ManThe Muffin Man Registered User regular
    edited October 2009
    Gaddez wrote: »
    Oh dear god, the comments...
    ust as in the O.J. Simpson case, our legal system has been used to avoid a 'perceived' violent and damaging reaction by the general population to justice being served - and so, one more cowardly judge resorts to tortured logic and avoids doing the right thing.

    This lawsuit was never about military personnel avoiding deployment to a war zone! It has always been about Obama's ineligibility to serve as President of the United States and to issue orders as Commander-in-Chief, potentially placing hundreds and thousands of lives in harms way.

    In dragging his feet about additional troops to Afghanistan, as requested by the very same General he put in charge, Obama has proven that he is more interested in giving the Muslim world a hand than winning a war for the very American citizens that elected him.

    Judge David O. Carter has just missed his place in history as a patriot, and instead joined the ranks of cowardly and immoral traitors to the United States Constitution.

    Judge Carter's lack of knowledge beyond his military and legal experience has proven to be his Achilles’ heel. He most obviously does not understand what the real dangers to our nation are. Namely, that Obama and his handlers are only interested in dismantling the Constitution and destroying the Dollar, in order to surrender American sovereignty and make way for the North American Union and a New World Order.

    Obama and his ilk probably believe that in this New World Order, with the backing of International Law and hate crime legislation, supported by multiple nuclear-armed Islamic groups and countries; that somehow, we are all going to reach 'détente' and live happily ever after.

    Maybe Judge Carter does not understand that Islam will not stop until it conquers the entire world and converts it to follow its ways, or die trying.

    Judge Carter definitely does not understand that there is enough evidence this very day that Obama is not only a fraud, but that all of his actions thus far betray a childish ideology and a most distinct loyalty to the Muslim world. To say that this is evidence of a 'divided loyalty' would be to give him too much credit for attempting to achieve a balance. This just simply is not the case.

    The truth will eventually come out. However, it may be too late to save our Republic.

    God help the next Judge Carter that is tested during this critical time in American history. All we need is one righteous man to stand up for the truth. God save America.

    I don't think these people know how the courts work.

    Didn't OJ go free because the Prosecuting lawyer was completely incompetent while the Defense lawyer was a fast-talking bullshitter of the highest caliber?

    The Muffin Man on
  • psychotixpsychotix __BANNED USERS
    edited October 2009
    Gaddez wrote: »
    Oh dear god, the comments...
    ust as in the O.J. Simpson case, our legal system has been used to avoid a 'perceived' violent and damaging reaction by the general population to justice being served - and so, one more cowardly judge resorts to tortured logic and avoids doing the right thing.

    This lawsuit was never about military personnel avoiding deployment to a war zone! It has always been about Obama's ineligibility to serve as President of the United States and to issue orders as Commander-in-Chief, potentially placing hundreds and thousands of lives in harms way.

    In dragging his feet about additional troops to Afghanistan, as requested by the very same General he put in charge, Obama has proven that he is more interested in giving the Muslim world a hand than winning a war for the very American citizens that elected him.

    Judge David O. Carter has just missed his place in history as a patriot, and instead joined the ranks of cowardly and immoral traitors to the United States Constitution.

    Judge Carter's lack of knowledge beyond his military and legal experience has proven to be his Achilles’ heel. He most obviously does not understand what the real dangers to our nation are. Namely, that Obama and his handlers are only interested in dismantling the Constitution and destroying the Dollar, in order to surrender American sovereignty and make way for the North American Union and a New World Order.

    Obama and his ilk probably believe that in this New World Order, with the backing of International Law and hate crime legislation, supported by multiple nuclear-armed Islamic groups and countries; that somehow, we are all going to reach 'détente' and live happily ever after.

    Maybe Judge Carter does not understand that Islam will not stop until it conquers the entire world and converts it to follow its ways, or die trying.

    Judge Carter definitely does not understand that there is enough evidence this very day that Obama is not only a fraud, but that all of his actions thus far betray a childish ideology and a most distinct loyalty to the Muslim world. To say that this is evidence of a 'divided loyalty' would be to give him too much credit for attempting to achieve a balance. This just simply is not the case.

    The truth will eventually come out. However, it may be too late to save our Republic.

    God help the next Judge Carter that is tested during this critical time in American history. All we need is one righteous man to stand up for the truth. God save America.

    I don't think these people know how the courts work.

    Didn't OJ go free because the Prosecuting lawyer was completely incompetent while the Defense lawyer was a fast-talking bullshitter of the highest caliber?

    Well, that and a glove.

    psychotix on
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