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IndianaMatt
10-22-2012, 21:23
...that he really wants to be president.

He apparently thinks that simply not being Obama is qualification enough.

It is not.

Vote Obama.

http://durangoherald.com/article/20121020/OPINION02/121029977/-1/Opinion

Trew2Life
10-22-2012, 21:36
...that he really wants to be president.

He apparently thinks that simply not being Obama is qualification enough.

It is not.

Vote Obama.

http://durangoherald.com/article/20121020/OPINION02/121029977/-1/Opinion


:agree: Don't worry. I will.

Aux Bear
10-22-2012, 21:42
Can't afford four more years of what we know doesn't work.

countrygun
10-22-2012, 21:44
Well nice to know that you boys would be happy to have another 4 years. Maybe Obama could double the national debt again and get closer to reducing unemployment by a whole percentage point in another 4 years, and I am sure gas prices will double by then as well.

I don't think there are enough of you hoping for that this time around.

JFrame
10-22-2012, 21:48
A person mentored by a succession of Marxists, trained as a community organizer to promote resentment and incite riots, preached to by a racist "minister" for 20 years, and with absolutely no practical experience in executive leadership or building an enterprise -- what could possibly have gone wrong...? :dunno:


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LASTRESORT20
10-22-2012, 21:49
Zero is done....After the Last for years....Only fools and emotional "Protective" "Lemmings" will vote for "their" dear leader.....

The community organizer has no Presidential qualities..... Dictators love him....

Angry Fist
10-22-2012, 21:51
A person mentored by a succession of Marxists, trained as a community organizer to promote resentment and incite riots, preached to by a racist "minister" for 20 years, and with absolutely no practical experience in executive leadership or building an enterprise -- what could possibly have gone wrong...? :dunno:


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There could have been a twin.

LAWDOGKMS
10-22-2012, 21:52
Adding a couple more to my "don't bother to read their posts" list..:upeyes:

Other than blacks (of which the VAST MAJORITY) will vote for Obama simply cause he's a "brotha".....I can't fathom how someone with half a brain can want more of what we just had for four years..

All Obama will give us is more welfare, more debt, and even higher gas prices...

JFrame
10-22-2012, 21:52
There could have been a twin.


:scared::scared::scared::scared::scared:


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LASTRESORT20
10-22-2012, 21:54
Adding a couple more to my "don't bother to read their posts" list..:upeyes:

Other than blacks (of which the VAST MAJORITY) will vote for Obama simply cause he's a "brotha".....I can't fathom how someone with half a brain can want more of what we just had for four years..

All Obama will give us is more welfare, more debt, and even higher gas prices...


***Very true "LAWDOG"....dont forget the Muslim Brother hood.....the like `em also.

Snowman92D
10-22-2012, 21:56
He apparently thinks that simply not being Obama is qualification enough.

It is not.

You forgot to add that Romney is a communist. :whistling:

http://mrctv.org/videos/obama-supporter-mitt-romney-communist

ksmedman
10-22-2012, 21:58
...Vote Obama.
:agree: Don't worry. I will.


I hope you boys enjoy the new AWB.
Perhaps you'd like to surrender your hi-cap mags now, to show solidarity?

azron
10-22-2012, 22:00
...that he really wants to be president.

He apparently thinks that simply not being Obama is qualification enough.

It is not.

Vote Obama.

http://durangoherald.com/article/20121020/OPINION02/121029977/-1/Opinion

Actually for the good of this country anyone not being Obama is more than enough qualification to get them elected.

This country can not survive another 4 years under Obama's plans and policies.

JFrame
10-22-2012, 22:02
You forgot to add that Romney is a communist. :whistling:

http://mrctv.org/videos/obama-supporter-mitt-romney-communist


Hmmm...Perhaps we've just had our first featherlicker sighting...? :dunno:


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JBnTX
10-22-2012, 22:03
...Vote Obama...



Please tell us why we should vote for Obama.
Do it without mentioning Romney's name or referring to him in any way.

If Obama's worth voting for, then he should be able to stand on his own merits.

Angry Fist
10-22-2012, 22:08
:crickets:

LASTRESORT20
10-22-2012, 22:14
http://blatherreview.mu.nu/archives/toast.jpg

427
10-22-2012, 22:16
...that he really wants to be president.

He apparently thinks that simply not being Obama is qualification enough.

It is not.

Vote Obama.

http://durangoherald.com/article/20121020/OPINION02/121029977/-1/Opinion

Wasn't Obama's campaign in 2008 based on hope, change and he wasn't GWB?

Here's Obama's current campaign - in his own words:

Obama 2008: "If you don't have any fresh ideas, you use stale tactics to scare the voters" - YouTube

John43
10-22-2012, 22:17
We don't need four more years of this. Proof there should be a ONE term of office. If you can't fix in four get out!

concretefuzzynuts
10-22-2012, 22:28
And this is why I, as a 33 year Libertarian will be voting Romney.

countrygun
10-22-2012, 22:33
And this is why I, as a 33 year Libertarian will be voting Romney.


Sounds like you and I voted the same way back then.

ModGlock17
10-22-2012, 23:01
Look at it this way, Matt.

If Obama wins, he will INHERIT the worst economy EVER in US history.

F350
10-22-2012, 23:09
This makes me ashamed to be a Hoosier by birth.

countrygun
10-22-2012, 23:09
...that he really wants to be president.

He apparently thinks that simply not being Obama is qualification enough.

It is not.

Vote Obama.

http://durangoherald.com/article/20121020/OPINION02/121029977/-1/Opinion

I understand you don't recognize them because they aren't marxist like your pal Obama, but they are there. Most americans who don't want to "fundamentally change america (into a marxist State)" recognize them.

Don't worry you'll probably catch on during Romney's first term.

blk69stang
10-22-2012, 23:51
He apparently thinks that simply not being Obama is qualification enough.

It is not.


Negative sir. Simply not being Obama IS plenty of qualification this time around.

In a choice between eating dog poop and shooting myself in the head, I choose the poop.

Snowman92D
10-23-2012, 00:02
Obama's core convictions are what worry me.

IndyGunFreak
10-23-2012, 00:17
Actually for the good of this country anyone not being Obama is more than enough qualification to get them elected.

This country can not survive another 4 years under Obama's plans and policies.

:agree:

I'm starting to wonder if we'll make it to Dec '12

Flintlocker
10-23-2012, 00:22
Isn't odd how the self described "severely conservative" Romney has somehow become moderate Romney? I wonder what he'll be next week.

Clutch Cargo
10-23-2012, 00:52
Obama bowed to foreign leaders. The POTUS bows to NO man.
Obama has no respect for the office of the President.
I have no respect for Obama.

domin8ss
10-23-2012, 00:58
IndianaMatt, Trew2life, and feather licker need to go watch the movie 2016: Obama's America. It's based on fact, uses Obama's book Dreams From My Father, and does some real research (that it shows and proves) about Obama. If you think Obama is on your side, try again. He's a new 20th century colonial bent on destroying America from the inside. You'll be scared ****less after watching that movie. This is not the same old Republican or Conservative drivel that is pro-Romney. It is all about Obama, his upbringing, and what he has done and will possibly be doing. It's currently available via On Demand on Comcast.

I also find it funny that Obama denied being on, what Romney called, an apology tour. The movie I just mentioned actually has footage of one of the speeches during that tour. It appeared to have been given in Egypt. He literally does apologize to Muslims.

Snowman92D
10-23-2012, 02:37
Isn't odd how the self described "severely conservative" Romney has somehow become moderate Romney? I wonder what he'll be next week.

I know one thing he won't be, and that's a Marxist. :supergrin:

Sporaticus
10-23-2012, 03:33
He apparently thinks that simply not being Obama is qualification enough.

It's qualification enough for me.

Idiots took a chance on Obama 4 years ago, and look where it got us. Taking a chance on Romney won't be anywhere near as bad, or risky.

happyguy
10-23-2012, 03:49
...that he really wants to be president.

He apparently thinks that simply not being Obama is qualification enough.

It is not.

Vote Obama.

http://durangoherald.com/article/20121020/OPINION02/121029977/-1/Opinion

Mitt Romney has always been a liberal Republican.

































































Which means he is so far to the right of the socialist Obama that he is off the chart.

Regards,
Happyguy :)

IvanVic
10-23-2012, 04:26
Other than blacks (of which the VAST MAJORITY) will vote for Obama simply cause he's a "brotha"...

Oh, so you're saying blacks were pretty much a mixed political group before Obama, evenly split between republican and democrat?


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IvanVic
10-23-2012, 04:27
Isn't odd how the self described "severely conservative" Romney has somehow become moderate Romney? I wonder what he'll be next week.

Everyone knows he's a moderate, but he's conservative where it counts. I have a feeling that he may actually get congress working again when he trounces Obama.


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hogfish
10-23-2012, 04:43
Adding a couple more to my "don't bother to read their posts" list..:upeyes:

Other than blacks (of which the VAST MAJORITY) will vote for Obama simply cause he's a "brotha".....I can't fathom how someone with half a brain can want more of what we just had for four years..

All Obama will give us is more welfare, more debt, and even higher gas prices...

Not that difficult to "fathom" if you realize that the vast majority on here would have voted for another Bush/Cheney term, had it been possible. :yawn:

Bren
10-23-2012, 04:55
...that he really wants to be president.

He apparently thinks that simply not being Obama is qualification enough.

It is not.

Vote Obama.

http://durangoherald.com/article/20121020/OPINION02/121029977/-1/Opinion

You are, among many other things, wrong. You should have noticed on here that the #1 reason people support Romney is EXACTLY, "he is not Obama."

It is more than enough.:rofl:

Bren
10-23-2012, 04:57
Not that difficult to "fathom" if you realize that the vast majority on here would have voted for another Bush/Cheney term, had it been possible. :yawn:

According to the daily approval ratings, most Americans would have. I pointed out somewhere that, liberal media claims notwithstanding, gallups daily approval ratings for George W and Richard Nixon were consistently higher than Obama.

LAWDOGKMS
10-23-2012, 07:53
Oh, so you're saying blacks were pretty much a mixed political group before Obama, evenly split between republican and democrat?


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No...just that most blacks don't vote.... But since a "brotha" is in the running, they come out in droves for the "black-vote"..

IndianaMatt
10-23-2012, 10:36
I hope you boys enjoy the new AWB.
Perhaps you'd like to surrender your hi-cap mags now, to show solidarity?


You mean an AWB just like Romney enacted when he was governor?

You fail!

ModGlock17
10-23-2012, 11:07
You mean an AWB just like Romney enacted when he was governor?

You fail!

You're a bitterman, Matthew. Hope your soul gets some peace.

Regarding that AWB, the 87% Dems in the great state of Massachusetts pushed it forth and would easily override any Romney veto. I know. I was there.

Guss
10-23-2012, 11:17
Obama bowed to foreign leaders. The POTUS bows to NO man.
Obama has no respect for the office of the President.
I have no respect for Obama.
http://www.reformation.org/bush-king-abdullah.jpg

countrygun
10-23-2012, 11:20
http://www.reformation.org/bush-king-abdullah.jpg

You do see that Bush is having a medal put around his neck and that is not a bow?

Or are you just another Troll?

JFrame
10-23-2012, 11:21
http://www.reformation.org/bush-king-abdullah.jpg


You're actually equating lowering one's head to have a medal draped around the neck to bowing...?

I'm afraid I'd violate the TOS if I actually tried to describe how asinine that is.


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JFrame
10-23-2012, 11:22
You do see that Bush is having a medal put around his neck and that is not a bow?

Or are you just another Troll?


We must add qualifiers to "troll," like "stupid" and "unbelievably moronic."


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countrygun
10-23-2012, 11:24
You're actually equating lowering one's head to have a medal draped around the neck to bowing...?

I'm afraid I'd violate the TOS if I actually tried to describe how asinine that is.


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Guss is grouchy this morning, the heater in the short bus wasn't working

Gundude
10-23-2012, 11:45
You're a bitterman, Matthew. Hope your soul gets some peace.

Regarding that AWB, the 87% Dems in the great state of Massachusetts pushed it forth and would easily override any Romney veto. I know. I was there.Being there, how did you feel about his statement that assault weapons are instruments of destruction with the sole purpose of hunting down and killing people, and having no place in the state? Did he need to say that in order to sign the bill?

Gundude
10-23-2012, 11:48
Everyone knows he's a moderate, but he's conservative where it counts. I have a feeling that he may actually get congress working again when he trounces Obama.
"Where it counts" happens to be where it imposes more government control over the private lives of people, correct?

certifiedfunds
10-23-2012, 11:50
Negative sir. Simply not being Obama IS plenty of qualification this time around.

In a choice between eating dog poop and shooting myself in the head, I choose the poop.

Then you should be ecstatic.

fowl intent
10-23-2012, 12:14
First off, I don't like Obama any more than I like Romney. If these are the best candidates the two party system can generate, then we are clearly in trouble. But it really didn't matter who took over after the Bush fiasco. Anybody was going to have trouble, and was going to have to deal with the ***** Bush left on the table. Deregulation of the banking/lending/investment industry, advocated so hard by the Republicans, led directly to the 2008 meltdown. We are still feeling the aftereffects, and nothing Obama or anyone else could have done would have changed that outcome, in my opinion. Bush's personal war against Iraq, which morphed into Afganistan, was a huge drain on the country's resources, and in my opinion was intended to bring us to the brink of financial collapse. What's more, anything that Obama did accomplish, which ain't much, was done with absolutely no bipartisan cooperation; the stated goal of the Republicans in the house and senate for the last 2 years has been to thwart anything Obama tried to accomplish.

I am sick and tired of this political system, where the two entrenched political parties feel that they owe their allegiance to the party line rather than to the American people.
We need a third party who will represent the middle 60% of this country, those that go to work every day and pay for all the guvment programs. The trouble with the third party idea is that our system is designed by and for the two established parties, and it is designed to make it almost impossible for a real third party to rise to any significant power.

IndianaMatt
10-23-2012, 12:30
http://www.reformation.org/bush-king-abdullah.jpg

Ha ha THE POTUS BOWS FOR NO MORTAL MAN

series1811
10-23-2012, 12:35
:agree: Don't worry. I will.

We know you'll vote for Obama. We just don't believe you actually know what a Glock is.

series1811
10-23-2012, 12:37
Isn't odd how the self described "severely conservative" Romney has somehow become moderate Romney? I wonder what he'll be next week.

I know what he will be in two weeks. "President Elect Romney". :supergrin:

countrygun
10-23-2012, 12:41
Ha ha THE POTUS BOWS FOR NO MORTAL MAN


Are Matt and Guss, ...well...you know.....:aodnsb:???

It has been pointed out that Bush was having a medal hung around his neck, and Matt completely ovelooks that so he can snuggle up to Guss on the FAIL pile.

Something is weird with them "boys"

whoflungdo
10-23-2012, 12:56
I hope you boys enjoy the new AWB.
Perhaps you'd like to surrender your hi-cap mags now, to show solidarity?

You are assuming that he, or they whichever the case maybe, actually own a weapon to begin with..

whoflungdo
10-23-2012, 13:09
First off, I don't like Obama any more than I like Romney. If these are the best candidates the two party system can generate, then we are clearly in trouble. But it really didn't matter who took over after the Bush fiasco. Anybody was going to have trouble, and was going to have to deal with the ***** Bush left on the table. Deregulation of the banking/lending/investment industry, advocated so hard by the Republicans, led directly to the 2008 meltdown. We are still feeling the aftereffects, and nothing Obama or anyone else could have done would have changed that outcome, in my opinion. Bush's personal war against Iraq, which morphed into Afganistan, was a huge drain on the country's resources, and in my opinion was intended to bring us to the brink of financial collapse. What's more, anything that Obama did accomplish, which ain't much, was done with absolutely no bipartisan cooperation; the stated goal of the Republicans in the house and senate for the last 2 years has been to thwart anything Obama tried to accomplish.

I am sick and tired of this political system, where the two entrenched political parties feel that they owe their allegiance to the party line rather than to the American people.
We need a third party who will represent the middle 60% of this country, those that go to work every day and pay for all the guvment programs. The trouble with the third party idea is that our system is designed by and for the two established parties, and it is designed to make it almost impossible for a real third party to rise to any significant power.

It was the forced governmental involvement into giving loans to people that should never have had them that led to the meltdown..

countrygun
10-23-2012, 13:19
It was the forced governmental involvement into giving loans to people that should never have had them that led to the meltdown..

Doesn't they typical liberal train of thought amaze you?

The meltdown was caused by Government meddling in the loan industry, yet the liberal mind set (even if they think they are a conservative) tells them Government deregulation caused it.

To them it can never be what the government does, it's always that they don't do enough. The fear of freedom and the running to the arms of Big Brother is strong in some.

whoflungdo
10-23-2012, 13:57
Doesn't they typical liberal train of thought amaze you?

The meltdown was caused by Government meddling in the loan industry, yet the liberal mind set (even if they think they are a conservative) tells them Government deregulation caused it.

To them it can never be what the government does, it's always that they don't do enough. The fear of freedom and the running to the arms of Big Brother is strong in some.

Exactly... Well some govt involvement didn't work. We need more..

ETA: What I really find the most interesting is when a Liberatarian argues for more govt involvement. Taxes and regulations on legalizing most drugs, more govt. regulation with big business, etc, etc, etc..

JFrame
10-23-2012, 14:02
Are Matt and Guss, ...well...you know.....:aodnsb:???

It has been pointed out that Bush was having a medal hung around his neck, and Matt completely ovelooks that so he can snuggle up to Guss on the FAIL pile.

Something is weird with them "boys"

I'm actually somewhat amazed at how some people feel compelled to double down on stupid.

It must be the "in" thing among leftists... http://www.kolobok.us/smiles/artists/just_cuz/JC_thinking.gif


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Gundude
10-23-2012, 14:19
Doesn't they typical liberal train of thought amaze you?

The meltdown was caused by Government meddling in the loan industry, yet the liberal mind set (even if they think they are a conservative) tells them Government deregulation caused it.

To them it can never be what the government does, it's always that they don't do enough. The fear of freedom and the running to the arms of Big Brother is strong in some.What amazes me equally is the Republican train of thought which somehow makes them believe they're not part of the problem.

The national debt almost tripled under Reagan and doubled under GWB. When you double the debt that means you've added as much to it as all previous presidents combined, a feat many try to make believe the current president pioneered.

Excessive government is bad, no matter what the flavor. The train of thought that "our" excessive government is better than "their" excessive government amazes me.

countrygun
10-23-2012, 14:24
Exactly... Well some govt involvement didn't work. We need more..

ETA: What I really find the most interesting is when a Liberatarian argues for more govt involvement. Taxes and regulations on legalizing most drugs, more govt. regulation with big business, etc, etc, etc..

Funny thing on the drug issue. They look to federal Government "legalization" as if that would change anything??? They don't recognize their own State's rights to still outlaw it even though they claim to be anti-Fed and Pro-States rights. I guess it's all about what they think will get them their way.

IndianaMatt
10-23-2012, 14:24
I'm actually somewhat amazed at how some people feel compelled to double down on stupid.

It must be the "in" thing among leftists... http://www.kolobok.us/smiles/artists/just_cuz/JC_thinking.gif


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This is why conservatives are losing ground in America: your agenda is so thin, the best you can do is resort to calling people names. Its a more elementary school version of demagoguery. You should look that up in a dictionary when you get done with Xbox.

Good argument here. A bit 5th grade, but effective, considering your platform.

whoflungdo
10-23-2012, 14:28
Funny thing on the drug issue. They look to federal Government "legalization" as if that would change anything??? They don't recognize their own State's rights to still outlaw it even though they claim to be anti-Fed and Pro-States rights. I guess it's all about what they think will get them their way.

I have no problem with someone who wishes to grow their own marijuana in their back yard and smoke it in their home. I don't think it's wise, good for them, or good for society. But most of the people I've talked to that want to legalize it, want it manufactured, regulated, and taxed. There by adding to a bloated BATFE. That's what I don't get..

countrygun
10-23-2012, 14:29
This is why conservatives are losing ground in America: your agenda is so thin, the best you can do is resort to calling people names. Its a more elementary school version of demagoguery. You should look that up in a dictionary when you get done with Xbox.

Good argument here. A bit 5th grade, but effective, considering your platform.

Hey Matt, in that picture you and Guss get a tingle over, can you see that Bush is getting a medal hung around his neck, c'mon look close. We can see it but you chose to ignore the fact.

talk about 5th grade, you can only hope to get to that level some day.

whoflungdo
10-23-2012, 14:30
This is why conservatives are losing ground in America: your agenda is so thin, the best you can do is resort to calling people names. Its a more elementary school version of demagoguery. You should look that up in a dictionary when you get done with Xbox.

Good argument here. A bit 5th grade, but effective, considering your platform.


Funny. Someone who claims to not like name calling, but yet resorts to just that.

Well done sir. Well done...:rofl::rofl:

Rabid Rabbit
10-23-2012, 14:34
I hope you boys enjoy the new AWB.
Perhaps you'd like to surrender your hi-cap mags now, to show solidarity?

Do you really think these two actually own a gun, squirt or otherwise?

JFrame
10-23-2012, 14:35
This is why conservatives are losing ground in America: your agenda is so thin, the best you can do is resort to calling people names. Its a more elementary school version of demagoguery. You should look that up in a dictionary when you get done with Xbox.

Good argument here. A bit 5th grade, but effective, considering your platform.

So you really DO equate the photo of Bush with the one we all know of Obama bowing before the Saudi king?

Amazing... http://www.kolobok.us/smiles/standart/facepalm.gif


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whoflungdo
10-23-2012, 14:36
So you really DO equate the photo of Bush with the one we all know of Obama bowing before the Saudi king?

Amazing... http://www.kolobok.us/smiles/standart/facepalm.gif


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No... Not amazing. Like one of my instructors said. "There ain't no bottom to stupid"..:dunno:

JFrame
10-23-2012, 14:39
No... Not amazing. Like one of my instructors said. "There ain't no bottom to stupid"..:dunno:

Man -- we clearly need to dig a deeper cellar for the leftists on this forum... http://www.kolobok.us/smiles/icq/shok.gif


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concretefuzzynuts
10-23-2012, 14:39
http://i1076.photobucket.com/albums/w459/concretefuzzynuts/obamaking.png

certifiedfunds
10-23-2012, 14:52
http://i1076.photobucket.com/albums/w459/concretefuzzynuts/obamaking.png

My alltime favorite!

countrygun
10-23-2012, 14:55
I have no problem with someone who wishes to grow their own marijuana in their back yard and smoke it in their home. I don't think it's wise, good for them, or good for society. But most of the people I've talked to that want to legalize it, want it manufactured, regulated, and taxed. There by adding to a bloated BATFE. That's what I don't get..

In order to do that we still have to stop the cartels from smuggling it into the States that legalize it to avoid the taxes. Then there is the issue of other drugs, which BTW doesn;t compare to alcohol. Look at it at value by volume. which is worth more a gallon jug of hooch or one full of cocaine?

Too much for their "It would be simple" mentality, and when you ask for answers they throw a fit like a child "you don't want me to have any fun" and slam the door as they stomp out.

certifiedfunds
10-23-2012, 15:00
In order to do that we still have to stop the cartels from smuggling it into the States that legalize it to avoid the taxes. Then there is the issue of other drugs, which BTW doesn;t compare to alcohol. Look at it at value by volume. which is worth more a gallon jug of hooch or one full of cocaine?

Too much for their "It would be simple" mentality, and when you ask for answers they throw a fit like a child "you don't want me to have any fun" and slam the door as they stomp out.

The reason a "gallon" of coke is worth so much more is precisely because it is illegal.

Trew2Life
10-23-2012, 15:04
I hope you boys enjoy the new AWB.
Perhaps you'd like to surrender your hi-cap mags now, to show solidarity?

Sorry. I don't go voting with my gun. (I don't go hunting with my politicians either. Thank you Dick Cheney). I have plenty of 'non-assault weapons' to use in case of a ban and if the time came when I think I need to use an assault weapon and high capacity magazine I really don't think the law will matter much, to me.

countrygun
10-23-2012, 15:04
The reason a "gallon" of coke is worth so much more is precisely because it is illegal.


we were discussing legalizing weed, as it realtes to liberal logic, or lack thereof. There are a lot of reasons for other drugs to remain illegal and that is a topic for another thread.

certifiedfunds
10-23-2012, 15:07
we were discussing legalizing weed, as it realtes to liberal logic, or lack thereof. There are a lot of reasons for other drugs to remain illegal and that is a topic for another thread.

It's just that none of them are grounded in the Constitution.

Pardon the post but you seemed to get at least knee deep into with this, which I was responding to:

Originally Posted by countrygun
In order to do that we still have to stop the cartels from smuggling it into the States that legalize it to avoid the taxes. Then there is the issue of other drugs, which BTW doesn;t compare to alcohol. Look at it at value by volume. which is worth more a gallon jug of hooch or one full of cocaine?

Too much for their "It would be simple" mentality, and when you ask for answers they throw a fit like a child "you don't want me to have any fun" and slam the door as they stomp out.

Trew2Life
10-23-2012, 15:09
Obama bowed to foreign leaders. The POTUS bows to NO man.
Obama has no respect for the office of the President.
I have no respect for Obama.

What if they were Kung-Fu fighters?

countrygun
10-23-2012, 15:12
It's just that none of them are grounded in the Constitution.

Pardon the post but you seemed to get at least knee deep into with this, which I was responding to:

The States are not prevented from regulation by the Constitution.

whoflungdo
10-23-2012, 15:13
What if they were Kung-Fu fighters?


The bow in a martial arts match it as the same level and out of mutual respect. Not lower to offer deference to the greater. But something tells me you won't understand the difference...

certifiedfunds
10-23-2012, 15:14
The States are not prevented from regulation by the Constitution.

As luck would have it, I have no issue with state regulation or prohibition.

See, common ground.

Cocaine is a different animal since it requires importation and that can certainly be regulated by the fed.

Trew2Life
10-23-2012, 15:18
First off, I don't like Obama any more than I like Romney. If these are the best candidates the two party system can generate, then we are clearly in trouble. But it really didn't matter who took over after the Bush fiasco. Anybody was going to have trouble, and was going to have to deal with the ***** Bush left on the table. Deregulation of the banking/lending/investment industry, advocated so hard by the Republicans, led directly to the 2008 meltdown. We are still feeling the aftereffects, and nothing Obama or anyone else could have done would have changed that outcome, in my opinion. Bush's personal war against Iraq, which morphed into Afganistan, was a huge drain on the country's resources, and in my opinion was intended to bring us to the brink of financial collapse. What's more, anything that Obama did accomplish, which ain't much, was done with absolutely no bipartisan cooperation; the stated goal of the Republicans in the house and senate for the last 2 years has been to thwart anything Obama tried to accomplish.

I am sick and tired of this political system, where the two entrenched political parties feel that they owe their allegiance to the party line rather than to the American people.
We need a third party who will represent the middle 60% of this country, those that go to work every day and pay for all the guvment programs. The trouble with the third party idea is that our system is designed by and for the two established parties, and it is designed to make it almost impossible for a real third party to rise to any significant power.

:thumbsup: Right on point.

countrygun
10-23-2012, 15:26
:thumbsup: Right on point.

It figures that you would agree with the denial of Government meddling in the loan indistry led to the ballon and the collapse. Your whole MO is bigger government.

railfancwb
10-23-2012, 15:35
He apparently thinks that simply not being Obama is qualification enough.



Four years ago being "not Bush" got Obama elected. He has offered that reason again, but it isn't working so well this time.

Vote Romney




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JFrame
10-23-2012, 15:37
Four years ago being "not Bush" got Obama elected. He has offered that reason again, but it isn't working so well this time.

Vote Romney




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Whoa -- very well said...! http://www.kolobok.us/smiles/standart/good2.gif


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Bren
10-23-2012, 15:42
Four years ago being "not Bush" got Obama elected. He has offered that reason again, but it isn't working so well this time.

Vote Romney




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It did cross my mind that this was a very ironic insult, coming from Obama supporters - the man who invented "all I have going for me is, I'm not that guy and I want to be president."

TactiCool
10-23-2012, 16:24
...that he really wants to be president.

He apparently thinks that simply not being Obama is qualification enough.

It is not.

Vote Obama.

http://durangoherald.com/article/20121020/OPINION02/121029977/-1/Opinion

I guess you don't care that Brian Terry is dead because of Obama, and that the current administration continues to try and undermine our Constitutional rights while also protecting Eric Holder and contines to withhold vital documents regarding F&F from congress.

I guess you don't care that Obama signed the indefinite detention of US citizens by the military into law, which Obama lied about, saying that he would not sign it.

I suppose it doesn't matter to you that Obama claims to derive his power to declare war from outside of the Constitution (the UN).

Perhaps you're perfectly ok with having your right to free speech limited to specific zones, with the penalty for violation being a felony, signed into law by Obama.

Maybe you like how the current administration picks winners and losers in business, like Solyndra, or even Goldman-Sachs, which took billions of taxpayer dollars through the bailout of AIG.

Maybe you like have your privacy rights violated by government agencies like the TSA, because it's all in the name of security right?

Or maybe you like the increasing national debt, courtesy of the expanding welfare state.

I could go on, but the bottom line is that Romney is not responsible for any of these things that Obama gave to us.

Romney-Ryan 2012

concretefuzzynuts
10-23-2012, 17:54
I guess you don't care that Brian Terry is dead because of Obama, and that the current administration continues to try and undermine our Constitutional rights while also protecting Eric Holder and contines to withhold vital documents regarding F&F from congress.

I guess you don't care that Obama signed the indefinite detention of US citizens by the military into law, which Obama lied about, saying that he would not sign it.

I suppose it doesn't matter to you that Obama claims to derive his power to declare war from outside of the Constitution (the UN).

Perhaps you're perfectly ok with having your right to free speech limited to specific zones, with the penalty for violation being a felony, signed into law by Obama.

Maybe you like how the current administration picks winners and losers in business, like Solyndra, or even Goldman-Sachs, which took billions of taxpayer dollars through the bailout of AIG.

Maybe you like have your privacy rights violated by government agencies like the TSA, because it's all in the name of security right?

Or maybe you like the increasing national debt, courtesy of the expanding welfare state.

I could go on, but the bottom line is that Romney is not responsible for any of these things that Obama gave to us.

Romney-Ryan 2012

Well stated. May I use this quote in other posts?

certifiedfunds
10-23-2012, 18:33
I guess you don't care that Brian Terry is dead because of Obama, and that the current administration continues to try and undermine our Constitutional rights while also protecting Eric Holder and contines to withhold vital documents regarding F&F from congress.

I guess you don't care that Obama signed the indefinite detention of US citizens by the military into law, which Obama lied about, saying that he would not sign it.

I suppose it doesn't matter to you that Obama claims to derive his power to declare war from outside of the Constitution (the UN).

Perhaps you're perfectly ok with having your right to free speech limited to specific zones, with the penalty for violation being a felony, signed into law by Obama.

Maybe you like how the current administration picks winners and losers in business, like Solyndra, or even Goldman-Sachs, which took billions of taxpayer dollars through the bailout of AIG.

Maybe you like have your privacy rights violated by government agencies like the TSA, because it's all in the name of security right?

Or maybe you like the increasing national debt, courtesy of the expanding welfare state.

I could go on, but the bottom line is that Romney is not responsible for any of these things that Obama gave to us.

Romney-Ryan 2012

TSA was signed into law by Bush.

series1811
10-24-2012, 09:58
TSA was signed into law by Bush.

Yep. I can't stand Obama, but he doesn't own that one.

certifiedfunds
10-24-2012, 12:01
Yep. I can't stand Obama, but he doesn't own that one.

I'm sure he's upset about it though...


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RyanSBHF
10-24-2012, 19:22
The people who voted for Obama the first time were foolish for believing in an empty suit who acted as a blank screen for people to project their views onto.

The people who plan on voting for him a second time are complete ****ing retards that should really figure out what the phrase "Fool me one, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me." means.

concretefuzzynuts
10-24-2012, 19:24
So, the rest of the info in the post stands? Then I'm good to go.

Providence
10-24-2012, 19:31
TSA was signed into law by Bush.

Naked scanners are on O. Body cavity searches are on o. As well.

Bush made it bad. O. made it worse - much worse.

ICARRY2
10-24-2012, 19:33
Vote for Romney...

He's not obama.

series1811
10-25-2012, 09:03
Vote for Romney...

He's not obama.

I'm in! :supergrin:

TactiCool
10-25-2012, 21:37
Well stated. May I use this quote in other posts?

Anyone can use what I say on GT.

TactiCool
10-25-2012, 21:49
TSA was signed into law by Bush.

I realize that TSA, along with DHS, was created by Bush but what I was referring to specifically was the implementation of invasive pat-downs and body scanners, as well as the increasing use of domestic drones and internet surveillance.

ETA: I can't believe I forgot the big one:

http://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2012/03/16/executive-order-national-defense-resources-preparedness

It seems that he does like to use executive orders to bypass Congress to get what he wants doesn't he?

Edited again lol:

Here's "the list" folks:

http://www.archives.gov/federal-register/executive-orders/2012.html

QNman
10-25-2012, 22:00
...that he really wants to be president.

He apparently thinks that simply not being Obama is qualification enough.

It is not.

Vote Obama.

http://durangoherald.com/article/20121020/OPINION02/121029977/-1/Opinion

I wonder why folks don't think you are a conservative? Weird.

kirgi08
10-26-2012, 01:36
Sorry. I don't go voting with my gun. (I don't go hunting with my politicians either. Thank you Dick Cheney). I have plenty of 'non-assault weapons' to use in case of a ban and if the time came when I think I need to use an assault weapon and high capacity magazine I really don't think the law will matter much, to me.

So your willing ta roll on your back and pee on yourself ta be a good subject.Not really :shocked:

The Idea of the 2A is ta let .gub know they are accountable for their acts.Your willing ta whiz that away for a little selfless security.Mr Franklin has a verse youse needs ta read.

Your loading yerself up for a Hitler type "registration" act.The one has already stated he is in support of another AWB,now before your panties get in a wad,Romney did what his constituents wanted/that's a politicians job.He did however negotiate some of the most stringent things out of the law.

He knew a "veto" would fail so he did the best he could ta lesson the blow ta the 2a,do I agree no,do I understand,yes.

If the one tries ta subvert the 2a in anyway it may/will spark cw3,youse ready? Doubt it.

Your cowtowing ta the one is evidence of one of many reasons,your an entitlement member or your willing ta let .gub protect you.Remember in an emergency the police are only minutes away.The next is you've never heard shots fired in anger.So being untrained you default ta the police ta save you,what about family.You gonna walk away ta save yourself,or are you gonna get the training ta help if/when something goes wrong.You're gonna rely on strangers ta do the job yer ta askeered ta do.

Your willingness ta forsake your cotus granted rights,while disturbing is quite expected.You sir/ma'am are the polar anti-thesis of what this nation was founded on.'08. :upeyes:

Blast
10-26-2012, 02:23
http://imageshack.us/a/img43/1081/obamazombiess.jpg

kirgi08
10-26-2012, 02:32
:psycho:

Yet again.'08. :sad:

Fred Hansen
10-26-2012, 03:25
Obama Kids: Sing for Change (Pyongyang Remix) - YouTube

Ruble Noon
10-26-2012, 05:14
I guess you don't care that Brian Terry is dead because of Obama, and that the current administration continues to try and undermine our Constitutional rights while also protecting Eric Holder and contines to withhold vital documents regarding F&F from congress.

I guess you don't care that Obama signed the indefinite detention of US citizens by the military into law, which Obama lied about, saying that he would not sign it.

I suppose it doesn't matter to you that Obama claims to derive his power to declare war from outside of the Constitution (the UN).

Perhaps you're perfectly ok with having your right to free speech limited to specific zones, with the penalty for violation being a felony, signed into law by Obama.

Maybe you like how the current administration picks winners and losers in business, like Solyndra, or even Goldman-Sachs, which took billions of taxpayer dollars through the bailout of AIG.

Maybe you like have your privacy rights violated by government agencies like the TSA, because it's all in the name of security right?

Or maybe you like the increasing national debt, courtesy of the expanding welfare state.

I could go on, but the bottom line is that Romney is not responsible for any of these things that Obama gave to us.

Romney-Ryan 2012

The NDAA was overwhelmingly supported by republicans in the house and senate. They also supported the bill restricting the 1st amendment. The TSA came in under Bush and both romney and obama are owned by goldman sachs.