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Poll: Reagan 58, Obama 42

christiancon Wrote: Apr 11, 2013 1:19 PM
You are too stupid to breathe the air my man or woman or transgender or whatever you are. You understand geo politics about as well as Jimma the peanut farmer and Obummer the pseudo leader of seal team 6.
christiancon Wrote: Apr 11, 2013 2:08 PM
Oh by the way the manifestation of Al Queda in spades was under William Jefferson Clinton who made them a criminal issue and not a terrorist war against us.
christiancon Wrote: Apr 11, 2013 2:07 PM
Friend-oops. Mistake corrected - When does a lib correct a mistake? In a liberals mind do they ever make any? Just a question.
christiancon Wrote: Apr 11, 2013 2:06 PM
I have plenty of facts- but you and other libs usually never listen to them and or distort them. 1980's early Iranvs.Iraq- no brainer we support Iraq. Early 1980's Afghanistan vs. USSR- Mujahadeen we support - no brainer. Reagan did not create the Mujahadeen, Naive ideas of perfect clarity on future manifestations of Geo politics is not only stupid it is fallacious to the core. You deal with the cards in the moment. The enemy of my bigger enemy is my present fired. IE: USSR 1941-45 vs Nazi Germany. Liberals love these monday morning QB scenarios because they can only go there because on their watch they fail to deal in present reality. Grow up with your Bull.
Brian2344 Wrote: Apr 11, 2013 2:00 PM
I guess when you have NO facts to refute an argument, you use insults. Great job - very persuasive - NOT!

Stupid, but way too fun to ignore (via the LA Times):

If presidential politics ever involved time travel, President Obama might be in a little trouble. If an election between Ronald Reagan and Barack Obama were held today, 58% would vote for Reagan over Obama, according to a survey of 1,000 Americans age 18 and older conducted by Kelton Research for the National Geographic Channel. Though when the field is narrowed to people ages 18-34 -- those either too young to have known Reagan as president or too young to remember much -- the gap shrinks...