1. Post #41
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    November 2006
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    well this is retarded.

    Edited:

    also am i the only one who thought of 1984 with this "PURITY OF THE PARTY" shit.
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  2. Post #42
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    September 2005
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    well this is retarded.

    Edited:

    also am i the only one who thought of 1984 with this "PURITY OF THE PARTY" shit.
    nazism/stalinism/1984 crap, me too
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  3. Post #43
    I love liberals, they make me so fucking hard I just want to cum all over the place while fucking a pony.
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    the democrats generally don't call republicans worthless commie freedom-hating america-hating faggots when they're not in power, as i recall

    you can basically look at it like this: the republicans are the schoolyard bullies, while the democrats are the nerdy kids that just nod their heads and take whatever abuse the republicans hurl at them, without any resistance
    Really? From my perspective, the rolls are reversed and it's the democrats who are the bullies. Try living with Grandhome (D) for a Governor with out coming to dislike her.

  4. Post #44
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    January 2006
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    lol old white ppl u craycray

  5. Post #45
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    the democrats generally don't call republicans worthless commie freedom-hating america-hating faggots when they're not in power, as i recall

    you can basically look at it like this: the republicans are the schoolyard bullies, while the democrats are the nerdy kids that just nod their heads and take whatever abuse the republicans hurl at them, without any resistance

    :confused:
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  6. Post #46
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    Except those accusations were justified. Also isn't that a protest from London?
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  7. Post #47
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    Wow I would love to see the GOP tear into pieces because the conservatives think they're on the side of god and moderate Republicans decide not to fuck around anymore.
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  8. Post #48
    Dennab
    October 2007
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    Title is misleading, I was expecting racism.
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  9. Post #49
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    Except those accusations were justified. Also isn't that a protest from London?
    And yet the protesting against the new President is not?
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  10. Post #50
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    show me your birth certifircat obema
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  11. Post #51

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    Bahahaha that's a picture from a protest in london.
    And they're calling Bush a war criminal.

    Boba_Fett you never fail to amaze.
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  12. Post #52
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    Bahahaha that's a picture from a protest in london.
    And they're calling Bush a war criminal.

    Boba_Fett you never fail to amaze.
    I amaze even myself.
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  13. Post #53
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    the democrats generally don't call republicans worthless commie freedom-hating america-hating faggots when they're not in power, as i recall

    you can basically look at it like this: the republicans are the schoolyard bullies, while the democrats are the nerdy kids that just nod their heads and take whatever abuse the republicans hurl at them, without any resistance
    the democrats have little party unity.
    republicans have absolute.
    democrats make compromises when there is a republican president/congress
    republicans don't.
    http://www.nytimes.com/2009/01/29/us...s/29obama.html
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  14. Post #54
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    And yet the protesting against the new President is not?
    No, it's not, because it's based on blatant lies and corporate astroturfing. Buish's presidency had a constant stream of people in his administration resigning, getting fired, and getting indicted. Most of those people then immediately filled the public in on what an oil scam the war was, how he had a habit of firing federal attorneys for political purposes, and...fuck, I don't have time to rattle off all the scandals of the Bush administration. The point is, those protests didn't consist of illiterate rednecks bussed in by corporate-funded astroturf groups and told that our evil Kenyan spy of a president was going to kill their parents and force them to have sex changes.

    That is a far cry from protesting our invasion and occupation of a sovereign country to hand their oil over to our companies.
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  15. Post #55
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    1) Yes
    2) Yes
    3) Yes
    4) ????
    5) Yes
    6) Yes
    7) Yes
    8) No
    9) Yes
    10) Yes

    Is that a pass?
    Is this "I'm a deluded fuck" test?

    If so, you pass

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    (1) Yes

    (2) Hybrid Healthcare=Foolproof

    (3) Yes

    (4) Supports WORKERS rights so I guess ya.

    (5) Im not sure D:

    (6) I guess

    (7) Yes

    (8) Yes

    (9) Yes to the first, no to the second

    (10) YES
    you too

    well, you didn't even need a test to prove it

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    Really? From my perspective, the rolls are reversed and it's the democrats who are the bullies. Try living with Grandhome (D) for a Governor with out coming to dislike her.
    hey look at me

    i'm glaber

    i'm a furry

    that's irrelevant, but still i suck

    anyway, i think one govenor represents a whole party

    btw, I'm stupid

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    :confused:
    Wow

    first of all, that's from England

    second of all, those claims were justified

    please

    god

    just stop posting

    Edited:

    And yet the protesting against the new President is not?


    no

    Edited:

    not in the way the Republicans do it
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  16. Post #56
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    Dennab
    January 2006
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    (1) We support smaller government, smaller national debt, lower deficits and lower taxes by opposing bills like Obama’s “stimulus” bill;
    Hahha what's the stimulus in quotes for?

    (2) We support market-based health care reform and oppose Obama-style government run health care;
    No, you just oppose everything with the word "Democratic-Opposition" on it.

    (3) We support market-based energy reforms by opposing cap and trade legislation;
    Nah, you support what Oil companies tell you to support.

    (4) We support workers’ right to secret ballot by opposing card check;
    Of course, anything to bugger off those "nasty onions".

    (5) We support legal immigration and assimilation into American society by opposing amnesty for illegal immigrants;
    Of course, because the Bush area immigration policies worked yeah sure bro

    (6) We support victory in Iraq and Afghanistan by supporting military-recommended troop surges;
    eh why not you can have one

    (7) We support containment of Iran and North Korea, particularly effective action to eliminate their nuclear weapons threat;
    it's not a spill on the carpet my god did you guys learn foreign policy from C&C

    (8) We support retention of the Defense of Marriage Act;
    ahhaha ironic considering most people who supported that bill ended up with their trousers down in a bathroom with a gay dude not even metaphorically speaking

    (9) We support protecting the lives of vulnerable persons by opposing health care rationing and denial of health care and government funding of abortion; and
    yeah sure obviously knowing what a bill includes isn't part of this list

    (10) We support the right to keep and bear arms by opposing government restrictions on gun ownership.
    lets remove government restrictions on drugs then we'll talk
    this is quite entertaining

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    Really? From my perspective, the rolls are reversed and it's the democrats who are the bullies. Try living with Grandhome (D) for a Governor with out coming to dislike her.
    What that doesn't even make sense did you learn english from a computer manual?

  17. Post #57
    Dennab
    March 2006
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    They think it affects them by "destroying" their idea of marriage. They feel its an attack on a religious sacrament that they hold.
    well then they're dumb and hopelessly insecure

  18. Post #58
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    Dennab
    January 2006
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    They think it affects them by "destroying" their idea of marriage. They feel its an attack on a religious sacrament that they hold.
    hmm giving people a right that really only affects them anyway and would make a lot of people happy, OR

    denying those same people that right because some people sniffed too much glue and find it offensive


    hmmm

  19. Post #59
    Dennab
    March 2006
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    hmm giving people a right that really only affects them anyway and would make a lot of people happy, OR

    denying those same people that right because some people sniffed too much glue and find it offensive


    hmmm
    i mean for people who are so opposed to "political correctness", conservatives sure are eager to oppress gays so as not for their "traditional values" to be offended

  20. Post #60
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    Dennab
    January 2006
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    i mean for people who are so opposed to "political correctness", conservatives sure are eager to oppress gays so as not for their "traditional values" to be offended
    actually i'm glad this has been happening

    now actual sane conservatives (yeah they exist holy fuck) can rise up against them, reclaim the party, and actually give the democrats some competition

    i'm pretty sick of democrats getting into office and just being lazy because of their lack of opposition, i want Clinton era enthusiasm

  21. Post #61
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    actually i'm glad this has been happening

    now actual sane conservatives (yeah they exist holy fuck) can rise up against them, reclaim the party, and actually give the democrats some competition

    i'm pretty sick of democrats getting into office and just being lazy because of their lack of opposition, i want Clinton era enthusiasm
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  22. Post #62
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    May 2005
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    And you wonder why the rest of the world sees the Republicans as Fascists...

  23. Post #63
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    this is quite entertaining
    Thought it would be.

  24. Post #64
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    I was reading an interesting article about this, and the writer tested Reagan, the god of Republicans, to see if he'd meet the requirements.

    He failed.

    Of course the writer had his own slant, but it is still humorous imo...

    http://www.thenation.com/blogs/thebe...oposed_for_gop
    The most rigidly conservatives members of the Republican National Committee are circulating a proposal to establish a purity test for the party's candidates.

    If adopted, the party would withhold money from any contender who disagreed with conservative principles on more than two of 10 essential issues identified by the right-wingers.

    "The problem is that conservatives have lost trust in the Republican Party that we will govern as conservatives," argues James Bopp Jr., an RNC member from Indiana who has spearheaded the purity-test push. "I think that loss of trust is warranted to a certain extent because of the fact that we in the final several years of the Bush administration were supporting increased government, earmarks and, ultimately, bailouts."

    Earlier this year, Bopp and his compatriots pressured RNC chair Michael Steele to declare President Obama to be a "socialist." The conservative crusaders were rebuffed then, but if they win approval for their purity test at the committee's winter meeting in January, the party will officially express: "Republican solidarity in opposition to Obama's socialist agenda is necessary to preserve the security of our country, our economic and political freedoms, and our way of life."

    With Orwellian irony, Bopp and his buddies have labeled their proposal: "Reagan's Unity Principle for Support of Candidates." The relevant portion of the resolution reads:

    WHEREAS, the Republican National Committee shares President Ronald Reagan's belief that the Republican Party should espouse conservative principles and public policies and welcome persons of diverse views; and

    WHEREAS, the Republican National Committee desires to implement President Reagan's Unity Principle for Support of Candidates; and

    WHEREAS, in addition to supporting candidates, the Republican National Committee provides financial support for Republican state and local parties for party building and federal election activities, which benefits all candidates and is not affected by this resolution; and

    THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Republican National Committee identifies ten (10) key public policy positions for the 2010 election cycle, which the Republican National Committee expects its public officials and candidates to support:

    (1) We support smaller government, smaller national debt, lower deficits and lower taxes by opposing bills like Obama's "stimulus" bill;

    (2) We support market-based health care reform and oppose Obama-style government run healthcare;

    (3) We support market-based energy reforms by opposing cap and trade legislation;

    (4) We support workers' right to secret ballot by opposing card check;

    (5) We support legal immigration and assimilation into American society by opposing amnesty for illegal immigrants;

    (6) We support victory in Iraq and Afghanistan by supporting military-recommended troop surges;

    (7) We support containment of Iran and North Korea, particularly effective action to eliminate their nuclear weapons threat;

    (8) We support retention of the Defense of Marriage Act;

    (9) We support protecting the lives of vulnerable persons by opposing health care rationing, denial of health care and government funding of abortion; and

    (10) We support the right to keep and bear arms by opposing government restrictions on gun ownership; and be further

    RESOLVED, that a candidate who disagrees with three or more of the above stated public policy positions of the Republican National Committee, as identified by the voting record, public statements and/or signed questionnaire of the candidate, shall not be eligible for financial support and endorsement by the Republican National Committee; and be further

    RESOLVED, that upon the approval of this resolution the Republican National Committee shall deliver a copy of this resolution to each of Republican members of Congress, all Republican candidates for Congress, as they become known, and to each Republican state and territorial party office.

    Fair enough.

    So here's a question: Applying the standard established in the resolution – review of the candidate's official record, public statements and answers to questions – would Ronald Reagan pass the purity test?

    Let's see:

    (1) Deficit spending soared during Reagan's presidency. Strike one.

    (2) As governor of California, Reagan oversaw the development of Medi-Cal, the nation's largest Medicaid program – expanding it to cover long-term care and developed massive new managed care systems. Strike two.

    (3) As governor of California, Reagan Reagan established the Air Resources Board to battle California's smog problems and supported aggressive government intervention where the market had failed to protect the environment. As president, Reagan signed more wilderness protections laws – which restrict private-sector exploitation of natural resources – than any president in history. Strike three.

    (4) Reagan was a former union president who campaigned against the Taft-Hartley Act and other restrictions of the right of unions to organize. Strike four.

    (5) Reagan signed the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, which granted amnesty to most undocumented workers who could prove they had been in the country continuously for the previous five years. After he finished his presidency, Reagan continues to speak out forcefully for immigration rights. Strike five.

    (6) After the 1983 bombing of a Marine barracks in Beirut, Reagan was urged by some to surge more troops into the region. Instead, he ordered the Marines to begin withdrawal from Lebanon. Strike six.

    (7) Reagan acknowledged that during his presidency the U.S. sold weapons to Iran. Strike seven.

    (8) Reagan was the first president to invite an openly gay couple to spend the night in the White House and he famously argued that gays and lesbians should not be discriminated against in a 1978 television advertising campaign. Strike eight.

    (9) Shortly after his inauguration as governor of California, Reagan signed into law the most liberal abortion statute of its day". Strike nine.

    (10) Here's Reagan, in 1991, on gun control: "I support the Brady Bill, and I urge the Congress to enact it without further delay." Strike ten.

    Of course it is true that Reagan, like John Kerry, was for some ideas before he was against them.

    Reasonable people might debate the proper point at which to try and pin Reagan down.

    But no reasonable person can suggest that Ronald Reagan would have met the eight out ten test the RNC right-wingers seek to apply – especially on hot-button issues such as gun control, gay rights and immigration

    Indeed, one of the favorites of the RNC's extreme conservatives, Florida U.S. Senate candidate Marco Rubio, recently declared that Reagan was wrong to support amnesty for undocumented immigrants.

    And it is probably worth noting that, when Reagan was seeking the Republican nomination in 1980, conservatives Phil Crane and John Connolly suggested that "the Gipper" was an amiable fellow but just not pure enough. Crane positioned himself that year as as a pure conservative alternative to Reagan.

    Crane, the purist, won 1.8 percent of the vote in the New Hampshire Republican primary and exited stage right.
    I'm amazed they're bashing around things like the Employer Free Choice Act. Though Americans have traditionally had an aversion to unions it seems.

    Of course most Republicans come from states where the sugar-coated "Right to Work" laws have been enacted, destroying Union activity by making illegal agreements between management and the union.

    And here are Republicans trying to run around acting like the champion of the hard working American, and their supporters are eating it up not knowing that many of them earn on average far lower than a worker who has fought for their rights.

    I won't be surprised if elements within the Chamber of Commerce are backing this movement. IIRC the law passed in Texas because of the state equivalent of the chamber of commerce.
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