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WS2 Wrote: Nov 15, 2012 11:58 AM
Wallac it has nothing to do with skin color. To enter that into the discussion demonstrates your arguments weakness. Real Americans are against the man-child messiah's disastrous policies and egomaniacal attitude.
Science Avenger Wrote: Nov 15, 2012 3:52 PM
Riiight, all those teatards taking about the n*gg*r-in-chief were just a figment of people's imaginations.
WS2 Wrote: Nov 15, 2012 12:38 PM
Yes , since Barack Hussein Obama is half-white the moniker man-child messiah stillapplies. The remainder of your argument is specious at best.
Wallac Wrote: Nov 15, 2012 12:31 PM
Funny how you focused in on the skin color part, and ignored the rest, then in the same breath use a racist term (man-child) to describe the President. If he was white would he be called a "man-child"?
I did not hear Bush called a "Man Child", the worst President in modern history, yet still respected as a man, but our re-elected by popular vote President, you call a "Man Child". but you want others to believe skin color or race has nothing to do with it- okay if you say so.
Wallac Wrote: Nov 15, 2012 12:20 PM
You keep telling yourself that, (skin color has nothing to with it) at least one person who believe it.
Any change requires pain. Whatever we are doing now is easy (we think) compared to change, whatever it may be. Changing is hard. It requires us to think anew, to change our habits, our processes, our language. It's venturing out into the unknown. Without a compelling reason, people will stay the same and not change.

People begin to change only when the pain of what they are doing becomes more painful than the pain of change.

Republicans -- it is time for change.

The election last week was painful -- at least for me, a lifetime conservative.

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