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Yes, that's pretty much what this website is about. Some people here are cool, but many just want to toss out what they think are ever-so-clever twists of your handle, call you 3rd grade level names and so forth if you don't agree. There's a lot of anger here, it's weird. And strangely enough, the same self-responsibility crowd sees no paradox in putting the responsibility for their anger on Obama, Democrats, Communists, you name it. Anyone but themselves.
Obama's Amerika says: And I can assure you those were the most productive people and job producers. I love these "I can assure you" statements! I'm curious how you know this to be so. Care to explain?
Ho Joe1947 - You are right. I stand corrected.
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Making Government (Less Dis)Honest

LimbleCat Wrote: Jul 08, 2012 3:56 AM
Dan107: The progressives don't copy that one, Lady... I wasn't saying that I didn't know what Reagan said. I was referring to how he famously used the phrase "I don't recall" (or similar) repeatedly during his questioning over the Iran-Contra affair. So no, Dan107, I copy fine. But I should have put it in quotes. I assumed people here knew a lot about RR and would understand. My bad.
Yes, I do. “Racist” can be either but in this context, since it’s preceded by “more”, it’s an adjective. Therefore what follows “or” should also be an adjective. But alas, “hypocrite” is a noun and should be its adjective counterpart: “hypocritical”. Hope that helps. And by the way, I’m way past the point where childish name-calling and meaningless handle twisting bothers me. It only makes you look like you’ve got nothing. Which - judging from your inability to parse a simple headline - appears to be true.
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Making Government (Less Dis)Honest

LimbleCat Wrote: Jul 08, 2012 1:41 AM
Considering the context of the discussion, that is: how to avoid getting kicked out of congress for lying, no it wouldn't.
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Making Government (Less Dis)Honest

LimbleCat Wrote: Jul 08, 2012 1:31 AM
It sounds good on paper but even if Congress passed such a thing, it would never (or rarely) be enforceable. Congress would continue to lie and all they'd have to do was claim it was a matter of interpretation. Just as (you say) Bush isn't a liar because he was only repeating what someone else told him, so would Congress. Or the assumptions changed and the tax went up. Or any number of excuses. Let's not forget the one made famous by Ronald Reagan and copied by so many: I do not recall.
Hmm.. I didn't say a word about Obama. And I'm certainly not offended. My point is that JR - who I think knows his stuff - would be more effective if he dropped the childish BS. As would you and Awlmeatin O Taters below.
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Are Liberals More Racist or Hypocrite?

LimbleCat Wrote: Jul 08, 2012 12:36 AM
re: Are Liberals More Racist or Hypocrite? Why all the “Dear Comrade”? Surely your arguments can stand on their own. Can’t they? I find it suspicious when somebody feels the need use derogatory terms to emphasize their point. I know we all learn this technique as a child, but it is a tactic of children and when adults resort to it, it’s as if they know their argument needs some good old-fashioned emotional (and irrational) bolstering. Why not just go with “poo-poo-head” while you’re at it? By the way, the word in your headline should be hypocritical, not hypocrite. And why not remove the question mark? There’s no use pretending you even think it’s a question.
Hey, funny!
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