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5 Reasons 2/23/2013 is Going to Be a Day of Resistance

kmassey Wrote: Feb 05, 2013 10:09 AM
A day of resistance to what. Give it a break. You lose in the last election because the majority of the American people heard your silly rhetoric and rejected it. The Tea Party first started talking about runaway spending, but when they got in Congress they focused on gays, religion and other social issues. Instead of disgussing solutions you yell silly thing about the President being communist, Muslim and a tyrant. You may not like a current pokicy, but that is not a loss of rights.
Eleanor32 Wrote: Feb 05, 2013 10:35 AM
FYI. Your wanabe dictator won only because so many people who vote that ares more interested in who is voted off the island than paying attention to what is going on in our country. As long as people, who are elegible to vote, are so dumb and ill-informed that they don't even know which party some of the candidates belong to they will continue to get what they deserve. Unfortunately, their stupidity affects those of us who pay attention, know the issues, and can see through the garbage the main stream media feeds the UIVs (uninformed voters). I assume you are an Obama fan. That figures.
Jack2894 Wrote: Feb 05, 2013 10:45 AM
AS long as you assume that people who disagree with you are somehow less intelligent or functional, you are following the Party of Stupid rules of operation.
NOUTOPN Wrote: Feb 05, 2013 11:03 AM
You are correct. There is an over-abundance of people in this country who have no clue. Ignore Jack2894 - she/he is an anagonoistic troll.
NOUTOPN Wrote: Feb 05, 2013 11:04 AM
correction to above "antagonistic"
Eleanor32 Wrote: Feb 05, 2013 5:52 PM
Jack, you need to watch some conservative TV for a change. I didn't assume anything. I have SEEN the people I am talking about on TV. During the first Obama run for office some actually thought it great that Sarah Palin was Obama's running mate. And that is just a few of those, who have no idea what they are voting for, that I have seen and heard. If you don't know who is number two on the ticket you support perhaps it is a good idea that youdon't vote. If they don't know the answer to such a simple question I am sure that, had they been asked, they would not know what some (if any) of Obama's platform was. Just because you are old enough to vote doesn't mean that you should vote. Too bad we don't have test people should have to
Eleanor32 Wrote: Feb 05, 2013 5:56 PM
take before they can register to vote, and if they don't have knowledge of the issues,or even a bit of what our Constitution says, they don't get to vote. That way we could weed out the LIV's (Low Information Voters).
a Concerned American Wrote: Feb 19, 2013 6:29 AM
You people on the Left constantly and continuously accuse anyone who disagrees with your wacko crackpot agenda of being mentally deficient or intellectually inferior - so you are therefore in no position to throw stones into glass houses.
IsraelFirsterSecond Wrote: Feb 05, 2013 10:12 AM
That Constitution thing is kinda silly isn't it!
Barbara1247 Wrote: Feb 05, 2013 11:49 AM
Obama is only carrying on a long tradition of disregard for the constitution.

Last year, when a Republican candidate should have waltzed to victory, Mitt Romney got his teeth knocked in by a man who could fairly be called the single least competent American President in history. This beating had very real consequences.

1) Barack Obama feels empowered: Liberals are always vulgar in defeat and hubristic in victory, but Barack Obama has become so toweringly arrogant that it wouldn't be a surprise if he were getting himself fitted for a crown. He's acting as if he expects to have anything and everything he wants handed to him on a silver platter and...

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