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Obama walked in to a standing applause and chants of "4 more years" by the Canadian Parliament today
Posted by: Gerrymanderer2 ()
Date: June 29, 2016 09:28PM

Obama seemed so overwhelmed by the honor that he looked emotional. Can't find the video though. Historical moment between two nations.

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Re: Obama walked in to a standing applause and chants of "4 more years" by the Canadian Parliament today
Posted by: cbaa ()
Date: June 29, 2016 09:50PM

Great, maybe he can run for Prime Minister when he's done here. He can bring all his Mexican and Muslim buddies with him. Then we will see how The Great White North like him after 8 years.

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Re: Obama walked in to a standing applause and chants of "4 more years" by the Canadian Parliament today
Posted by: True the Vote! ()
Date: June 29, 2016 10:58PM

Was he crying like a little fag?

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Re: Obama walked in to a standing applause and chants of "4 more years" by the Canadian Parliament today
Posted by: Gerrymanderer2 ()
Date: June 29, 2016 10:59PM

lol the whole world fully understands our rightards now. They respect Obama more than ever understanding now what he has had to deal with as President.

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Re: Obama walked in to a standing applause and chants of "4 more years" by the Canadian Parliament today
Posted by: What? ()
Date: June 29, 2016 11:00PM

Never heard of Canada

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Re: Obama walked in to a standing applause and chants of "4 more years" by the Canadian Parliament today
Posted by: Ain't That The Truth ()
Date: June 29, 2016 11:30PM

Gerrymanderer2 Wrote:
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> lol the whole world fully understands our
> rightards now. They respect Obama more than ever
> understanding now what he has had to deal with as
> President.

+1000

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Re: Obama walked in to a standing applause and chants of "4 more years" by the Canadian Parliament today
Posted by: Cucktardz! ()
Date: June 29, 2016 11:46PM

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Re: Obama walked in to a standing applause and chants of "4 more years" by the Canadian Parliament today
Posted by: Hose Head ()
Date: June 29, 2016 11:46PM

canadans are frozen libtards. half of them are french or half french. thats actually a huge embarrassment for obama.

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Re: Obama walked in to a standing applause and chants of "4 more years" by the Canadian Parliament today
Posted by: Gerrymanderer2 ()
Date: June 29, 2016 11:53PM

Hose Head Wrote:
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> canadans are frozen libtards. half of them are
> french or half french. thats actually a huge
> embarrassment for obama.

We know we know. Everyone in the entire world is wrong and the American rightard is right.

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Re: Obama walked in to a standing applause and chants of "4 more years" by the Canadian Parliament today
Posted by: Canuck cucks ()
Date: June 29, 2016 11:59PM

Canada is heading down the same road as Germany and Sweden. In other words, they're fucked.

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Re: Obama walked in to a standing applause and chants of "4 more years" by the Canadian Parliament today
Posted by: Gerrymanderer2 ()
Date: June 30, 2016 12:03AM

Canuck cucks Wrote:
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> Canada is heading down the same road as Germany
> and Sweden. In other words, they're fucked.

Yep and we need to be saved by idiots that have given us nothing but losers for half a century. We know all of this.

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Re: Obama walked in to a standing applause and chants of "4 more years" by the Canadian Parliament today
Posted by: Hose Head ()
Date: June 30, 2016 12:06AM

Gerrymanderer2 Wrote:
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> Hose Head Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > canadans are frozen libtards. half of them are
> > french or half french. thats actually a huge
> > embarrassment for obama.
>
> We know we know. Everyone in the entire world is
> wrong and the American rightard is right.


everyone in the world loves a weak, incompetent American president. a camp of isis jihadists would also chant 4 more years.

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Re: Obama walked in to a standing applause and chants of "4 more years" by the Canadian Parliament today
Posted by: Sweet Old Lady ()
Date: June 30, 2016 12:30AM

Gotta love her
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Re: Obama walked in to a standing applause and chants of "4 more years" by the Canadian Parliament today
Posted by: FAKE ()
Date: June 30, 2016 01:07AM

Sweet Old Lady Wrote:
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> Gotta love her

You people are so fucking stupid. I shouldn't have to constantly point out your lies.

http://www.snopes.com/hillary-clinton-stupid-quote/

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Re: Obama walked in to a standing applause and chants of "4 more years" by the Canadian Parliament today
Posted by: neocontards! LOLZ! ()
Date: June 30, 2016 01:16AM

Being exposed as fools by Snopes since 1995!

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Re: Obama walked in to a standing applause and chants of "4 more years" by the Canadian Parliament today
Posted by: Sweet Old Lady ()
Date: June 30, 2016 01:18AM

This ones even better. glad you discovered snoops have fun boys
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Re: Obama walked in to a standing applause and chants of "4 more years" by the Canadian Parliament today
Posted by: no, no..YOU have fun ()
Date: June 30, 2016 01:23AM

when hillary get elected! LOLZ!

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Re: Obama walked in to a standing applause and chants of "4 more years" by the Canadian Parliament today
Posted by: Back in business ()
Date: June 30, 2016 01:58AM

cbaa Wrote:
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> Great, maybe he can run for Prime Minister when
> he's done here. He can bring all his Mexican and
> Muslim buddies with him. Then we will see how The
> Great White North like him after 8 years.


Canada already has a huge Muslim population. You act like Canada doesn't know what a muslim is. The difference is Canada doesn't make their Muslim population feel like hated, second class citizens so there's really not much hate. Funny how that works, EH

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Re: Obama walked in to a standing applause and chants of "4 more years" by the Canadian Parliament today
Posted by: FrankR. ()
Date: June 30, 2016 02:47AM

Muslims are universally despised. Fact.

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Re: Obama walked in to a standing applause and chants of "4 more years" by the Canadian Parliament today
Posted by: Gunlover ()
Date: June 30, 2016 03:44AM

Fuck Canadians wall them too. Don't understand our US law, president only two terms. Why don't vote to let Obama move to Canada and become their prime minister. That queer Canadian prime minister better watch the muzzles, he be on their chairing list.

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Re: Obama walked in to a standing applause and chants of "4 more years" by the Canadian Parliament today
Posted by: Gerrymanderer2 ()
Date: June 30, 2016 08:40AM

Lmao wall everyone and shut down trade. It seems like we are going back to castles and kingdoms.

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Re: Obama walked in to a standing applause and chants of "4 more years" by the Canadian Parliament today
Posted by: Ralph Pootawn ()
Date: June 30, 2016 08:52AM

Gerrymanderer2 Wrote:
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> Lmao wall everyone and shut down trade. It seems
> like we are going back to castles and kingdoms.
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Re: Obama walked in to a standing applause and chants of "4 more years" by the Canadian Parliament today
Posted by: cbaa ()
Date: June 30, 2016 09:04AM

Back in business Wrote:
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> cbaa Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Great, maybe he can run for Prime Minister when
> > he's done here. He can bring all his Mexican
> and
> > Muslim buddies with him. Then we will see how
> The
> > Great White North like him after 8 years.
>
>
> Canada already has a huge Muslim population. You
> act like Canada doesn't know what a muslim is. The
> difference is Canada doesn't make their Muslim
> population feel like hated, second class citizens
> so there's really not much hate. Funny how that
> works, EH



Across Canada, Muslims have reason to feel concerned about how they are perceived when other Canadians identify them by their religion. A poll conducted by Angus Reid Public Opinion early last month, the results of which were made available exclusively to Maclean’s, found that attitudes toward Islam have deteriorated markedly across the country over the past four years. “It’s disturbing to see this growing level of mistrust,” said Andrew Grenville, Angus Reid’s chief research officer. The way Canadians see the other major religions—Christianity, Judaism, Sikhism, Hinduism and Buddhism—didn’t change much in the same four-year period.



This snapshot of public opinion comes as the Quebec government’s proposed “charter of values,” which would forbid provincial employees from wearing obvious religious garb and jewellery on the job, sparks heated debate about religious expression. In fact, the poll shows that opinion in Quebec, while markedly less tolerant of religious minorities overall than in other provinces, hasn’t grown less favourable toward Muslims in recent years. In 2009, Angus Reid found that 68 per cent of Quebecers held an unfavourable opinion of Islam. Asked the same question this fall, the Quebec result was pretty much level, at 69 per cent.

But in the rest of Canada, where 46 per cent held an unfavourable view of Islam in 2009, that figure has risen sharply to 54 per cent this year. By comparison, 39 per cent outside Quebec held an unfavourable opinion of Sikhism, the faith with the biggest public-opinion problem after Islam. All the other religions were regarded unfavourably by less than 30 per cent of Canadians, and those who see Christianity, Judaism, Hinduism and Buddhism in a good light far outnumbered those harbouring suspicions. In Quebec, 48 per cent said they would find it unacceptable for one of their children to marry a Muslim, up slightly from 45 per cent in 2009. In the rest of Canada, those who found the thought of a son or daughter marrying a Muslim unacceptable shot up to 32 per cent from 24 per cent. Rejection of the idea of a child marrying into any of the other religions was considerably lower.

The finding that only Islam is viewed unfavourably by a majority of Canadians has to be deeply discouraging, of course, to those who work to improve the standing of Muslims in Canada. But, given a string of unsettling news stories in recent years—from what police called an “al-Qaeda-supported” plan to derail a passenger train in Toronto, to a prominent court case about whether a Muslim woman should be allowed to testify while wearing the niqab religious veil—the opinion shift is not entirely unexpected. “It’s surprising and it isn’t,” said Ihsaan Gardee, executive director at the National Council of Canadian Muslims. “This is something that we’re constantly working on, the misperceptions that people have about Islam and Muslims. It certainly doesn’t help that in our political discourse, issues come up that are sensationalized in the media.”


http://www.macleans.ca/politics/land-of-intolerance/




Please put down the crack pipe.

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Re: Obama walked in to a standing applause and chants of "4 more years" by the Canadian Parliament today
Posted by: cbaa ()
Date: June 30, 2016 09:17AM

Just remember, Winston Churchill warned you in 1899.



How dreadful are the curses which Mohammedanism lays on its votaries! Besides the fanatical frenzy, which is as dangerous in a man as hydrophobia in a dog, there is this fearful fatalistic apathy. The effects are apparent in many countries, improvident habits, slovenly systems of agriculture, sluggish methods of commerce, and insecurity of property exist wherever the followers of the Prophet rule or live.

A degraded sensualism deprives this life of its grace and refinement, the next of its dignity and sanctity. The fact that in Mohammedan law every woman must belong to some man as his absolute property, either as a child, a wife, or a concubine, must delay the final extinction of slavery until the faith of Islam has ceased to be a great power among men.

Individual Muslims may show splendid qualities, but the influence of the religion paralyses the social development of those who follow it. No stronger retrograde force exists in the world. Far from being moribund, Mohammedanism is a militant and proselytizing faith. It has already spread throughout Central Africa, raising fearless warriors at every step; and were it not that Christianity is sheltered in the strong arms of science, the science against which it had vainly struggled, the civilization of modern Europe might fall, as fell the civilization of ancient Rome.

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Re: Obama walked in to a standing applause and chants of "4 more years" by the Canadian Parliament today
Posted by: leaf blower ()
Date: June 30, 2016 09:31AM

Here is a problem with immigrants from countries that are fucked up and are animals..u get into an argument with on one them, they dont like what u have to say, and just like niggers, they wanna escalate to violence just as they did back in their.armpit of a country, so is it fair,hav that we have to keep our mouths shut so some piece of shit that has violent behavior. Thats what america is now, normal people gotta bite their tongue, do to nigger violence, 3rd world immigrant violence, and to be politically correct.

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Re: Obama walked in to a standing applause and chants of "4 more years" by the Canadian Parliament today
Posted by: cbaa ()
Date: June 30, 2016 09:43AM

2nd Amendment Rights are needed to protect 1st Amendment Rights.

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Re: Obama walked in to a standing applause and chants of "4 more years" by the Canadian Parliament today
Date: June 30, 2016 09:43AM

Well, that's some awesome cheer for a spectacular president with a pristine legacy! Don't take word from the others, things will be lame with the right's view.

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Re: Obama walked in to a standing applause and chants of "4 more years" by the Canadian Parliament today
Posted by: cbaa ()
Date: June 30, 2016 09:55AM

- dA rEaL fArTiAn - Wrote:
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> Well, that's some awesome cheer for a spectacular
> president with a pristine legacy! Don't take word
> from the others, things will be lame with the
> right's view.


Here is what the very Left-Leaning Washington Post had to say about Obamas "Accomplishments".

https://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/right-turn/wp/2016/02/12/obamas-phony-accomplishments-leave-us-worse-off/



Obama’s phony accomplishments leave us worse off



President Obama this week showed why his legacy both on domestic and foreign policy will be scant.

On the domestic front, the president, unable to work constructively with Congress, has chosen to move unilaterally by means of executive power grabs. His action on delayed deportation has already been halted by the courts. This week his regulatory move on climate change was dealt a blow.

The Post reported:


The Supreme Court on Tuesday blocked a key part of President Obama’s ambitious proposal to limit carbon emissions and reduce global warming while the plan is challenged.

The court granted a stay request from more than two dozen states, plus utilities and coal companies, that said the Environmental Protection Agency was overstepping its powers. The court’s decision does not address the merits of the challenge but indicates justices think the states have raised serious questions.

The libertarian Pacific Legal Foundation pointed out that “a stay granted at that level requires five justices to agree that the challengers are likely to prevail in their statutory and constitutional suit to have the rule overturned. That is one more justice than is necessary to agree to hear the case if it is presented again and a strong indication of how those same justices would rule on it.” Beyond the legal issues, PLF pointed out that the rule “would cause double-digit increases in electrical rates for most Americans, send countless jobs overseas, and would likely to be counterproductive in reducing actual greenhouse gases worldwide.”

Todd Gaziano, executive director of the PLF’s DC Center, tells Right Turn that the justices by now have seen a pattern of overreach. “The justices have recently chastised the EPA for similarly lawless regulations under the pretense of the Clean Air Act, including one in Michigan v. EPA last June that the Court held was ‘irrational,’ but they also reluctantly realized from the briefing that it was too late for most states and power plants to benefit from their ruling because the lawless regulation had gone into effect years before,” Gaziano explained. “Once burned by the Obama EPA, the justices would be worse than shy not to seriously consider the cost of their refusal not to grant a stay for the ‘Costly Power Plan.’ ”

Keen observers also recognize that the court’s ruling underscores how ephemeral Obama’s Paris climate change deal is. “President Obama knows he can’t rely on legislation to craft climate change policy — that dream died in the summer of 2010 — and he has attempted to circumvent the resistant Republican-controlled Congress by piggybacking on the EPA’s ability to regulate CO2 as part of the Clean Air Act,” the American Interest explains. “This is Obama’s only play, and was the only way he could demonstrate to the Paris delegates that the U.S. was committed to cutting emissions. But its major flaw — that these regulations are subject to legal challenges—has been exposed by the Supreme Court this week.”

While the president may satisfy domestic constituencies by these executive edicts, ultimately they have come to naught. If anything, the failed maneuvers demonstrate how ineffective the president has been in creating support for his agenda and in solving the country’s problems. On these issues there will be no footprints in the sand when he leaves the White House.



On the international front, the president and his secretary of state will leave a more dangerous, unstable and less free world. Their delusion is that strong American action can be replaced by paper deals with despots. We therefore have a Swiss-cheese agreement with Iran, which continues to test ballistic missiles, repress its people, threaten its neighbors and export terror. It has revived Iran’s economy and put it on track to possess an industrial-size nuclear weapons program in 10 years (even if it does not cheat).

With regard to Syria, a new report suggests the actual death toll from the bloody civil war is not 250,000 as most experts have suggested, but 470,000. The Syrian Centre for Policy Research reports:


The loss of lives due to the conflict remains the most catastrophic visible and direct impact of the ongoing crisis in Syria. By the end of 2015, the death rate is projected to be 10 per thousand, with the number of wounded expected to reach 1.88 million people. This means that 11.5 per cent of the population inside Syria were killed or injured due to the armed-conflict. Taking into account the diminishing health system and services and the deteriorating living conditions, the country faces human catastrophe reflected in the dramatic drop in life expectancy at birth from 70.5 years in 2010 to an estimated 55.4 years in 2015.

Fragmentation, as the process of drastic shattering in the social, economic, political, and cultural structures within the society, is being ingrained by various internal and external subjugating powers pushing the majority of people to act against their own good and against their aspirations of their society and future. Therefore, there is a need for a new social contract and new development paradigm based on the right for all Syrians in decent living, and this entails real and effective participation of all powers in society to achieve the required developmental shift based on a common agreed vision for the country.

Meanwhile, the administration announces a temporary “cessation of hostilities” — not even a cease-fire — which few believe will hold and, ominously, suggests that the administration is content to leave the butcher responsible for this human rights debacle in power. Ironically, the Islamic State and Jabhat al-Nusra are not affected by the deal, which only underscores that our actions have little to do with our main interest, the destruction of Islamist jihadism.



Like the paper deal to remove Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s chemical weapons — which did not accomplish the task and instead led to Russian reentry into the Middle East — the president is mesmerized by diplomatic “achievements,” indifferent to whether they will be enforced and what we are forced to concede to get them (e.g. Iran’s right to enrich, Assad’s right to remain in power). Like his domestic executive orders, these are unlikely to survive beyond his presidency.

Regrettably, in sacrificing American credibility and countenancing aggression and human rights abominations, Obama’s diplomatic “successes” become barriers to real resolution of conflicts, to progress on human rights and to permanent cessation of violence. Even more than his domestic record, his foreign policy legacy is shabby and its negative consequences will plague us for years to come.




UPDATE: The London-based Henry Jackson Society put out a superb statement, which bears excerpting at length:


The newly-announced ‘pause’ deal is alas no such thing. It is a deal to which Assad and the Syrian government have not agreed. It is a deal to which, rather obviously, neither ISIS nor the al-Nusra front have agreed. And the pause also does not refer to Russian air-strikes. In a way this ‘agreement’ epitomises everything that has gone wrong with Syria from the start. Putting the country back together again is impossible because everybody wants to keep their pieces of it while demanding everybody else offer up theirs.

Starkest of all is the utterly cynical behaviour of the Russian government. After months of bombing targets which constitute the more moderate anti-Assad opposition, this week Russian Prime Minister [Dmitry] Medvedev gave a stark warning to America, Saudi Arabia and others not to send in ground-troops to stabilise parts of Syria. To do so, he threatened, would lead to ‘permanent’ war.

And here is the tragedy of Syria. The West demonstrated no leadership from the start, and so five years in it is Russia that is dictating the terms both of war and peace and doing so for no moral or humanitarian reason but for the lowest forms of statecraft. It is the people of Syria who most deserve our pity. And it is the whole international community who most deserves their remaining contempt.

It would be refreshing if the media grilled administration officials on just these points, rather than regurgitating talking points that celebrate the deal as some sort of accomplishment.

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

So I think it would be great if Obama was elected Prime Minister. Maybe Hillary can go with him.

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Re: Obama walked in to a standing applause and chants of "4 more years" by the Canadian Parliament today
Posted by: Gerrymanderer2 ()
Date: June 30, 2016 10:09AM

cbaa Wrote:
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> Just remember, Winston Churchill warned you in
> 1899.
>
>
>
> How dreadful are the curses which Mohammedanism
> lays on its votaries! Besides the fanatical
> frenzy, which is as dangerous in a man as
> hydrophobia in a dog, there is this fearful
> fatalistic apathy. The effects are apparent in
> many countries, improvident habits, slovenly
> systems of agriculture, sluggish methods of
> commerce, and insecurity of property exist
> wherever the followers of the Prophet rule or
> live.
>
> A degraded sensualism deprives this life of its
> grace and refinement, the next of its dignity and
> sanctity. The fact that in Mohammedan law every
> woman must belong to some man as his absolute
> property, either as a child, a wife, or a
> concubine, must delay the final extinction of
> slavery until the faith of Islam has ceased to be
> a great power among men.
>
> Individual Muslims may show splendid qualities,
> but the influence of the religion paralyses the
> social development of those who follow it. No
> stronger retrograde force exists in the world. Far
> from being moribund, Mohammedanism is a militant
> and proselytizing faith. It has already spread
> throughout Central Africa, raising fearless
> warriors at every step; and were it not that
> Christianity is sheltered in the strong arms of
> science, the science against which it had vainly
> struggled, the civilization of modern Europe might
> fall, as fell the civilization of ancient Rome.

Sounds like propaganda against a perceived threat to the continued subjugation of British colonies.

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Re: Obama walked in to a standing applause and chants of "4 more years" by the Canadian Parliament today
Posted by: La te da ()
Date: June 30, 2016 10:24AM

Sure! It is easy to be a sport with someone else's country. Like the guy who passes around donuts that the other guy bought. No news here....move on!!

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Re: Obama walked in to a standing applause and chants of "4 more years" by the Canadian Parliament today
Posted by: Gerrymanderer2 ()
Date: June 30, 2016 10:33AM

The Canadian Parliament wasn't chanting 4 more years for Bush. Did you know John Howard of Australia and the Canadian Prime Ministers speeches to his parliament where identical verbatim about supporting the U.S. Iraq invasion? Word for word.

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Re: Obama walked in to a standing applause and chants of "4 more years" by the Canadian Parliament today
Posted by: cbaa ()
Date: June 30, 2016 11:19AM

Gerrymanderer2 Wrote:
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> cbaa Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Just remember, Winston Churchill warned you in
> > 1899.
> >
> >
> >
> > How dreadful are the curses which Mohammedanism
> > lays on its votaries! Besides the fanatical
> > frenzy, which is as dangerous in a man as
> > hydrophobia in a dog, there is this fearful
> > fatalistic apathy. The effects are apparent in
> > many countries, improvident habits, slovenly
> > systems of agriculture, sluggish methods of
> > commerce, and insecurity of property exist
> > wherever the followers of the Prophet rule or
> > live.
> >
> > A degraded sensualism deprives this life of
> its
> > grace and refinement, the next of its dignity
> and
> > sanctity. The fact that in Mohammedan law every
> > woman must belong to some man as his absolute
> > property, either as a child, a wife, or a
> > concubine, must delay the final extinction of
> > slavery until the faith of Islam has ceased to
> be
> > a great power among men.
> >
> > Individual Muslims may show splendid
> qualities,
> > but the influence of the religion paralyses the
> > social development of those who follow it. No
> > stronger retrograde force exists in the world.
> Far
> > from being moribund, Mohammedanism is a
> militant
> > and proselytizing faith. It has already spread
> > throughout Central Africa, raising fearless
> > warriors at every step; and were it not that
> > Christianity is sheltered in the strong arms of
> > science, the science against which it had
> vainly
> > struggled, the civilization of modern Europe
> might
> > fall, as fell the civilization of ancient Rome.
>
> Sounds like propaganda against a perceived threat
> to the continued subjugation of British colonies.


Or it could simply be Occams Razor.

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Re: Obama walked in to a standing applause and chants of "4 more years" by the Canadian Parliament today
Posted by: GOP facts ()
Date: June 30, 2016 12:18PM

Gerrymanderer2 Wrote:
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> The Canadian Parliament wasn't chanting 4 more
> years for Bush.

Bush was largely despised and viewed as ignorant by most of the world. Contards are oddly proud of that. They disparage America, claiming the world "does not respect us anymore". Yet Obama gets enthusiastic receptions when he visits our allies, while people like Bush, Cheney, Trump, and Palin are viewed with scorn and ridicule almost universally.

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Re: Obama walked in to a standing applause and chants of "4 more years" by the Canadian Parliament today
Posted by: FrankR. ()
Date: June 30, 2016 12:30PM

GOP facts Wrote:
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> Gerrymanderer2 Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > The Canadian Parliament wasn't chanting 4 more
> > years for Bush.
>
> Bush was largely despised and viewed as ignorant
> by most of the world. Contards are oddly proud of
> that. They disparage America, claiming the world
> "does not respect us anymore". Yet Obama gets
> enthusiastic receptions when he visits our allies,
> while people like Bush, Cheney, Trump, and Palin
> are viewed with scorn and ridicule almost
> universally.

Palin is horrible no matter how you slice it. She should stick to making pornos.

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Re: Obama walked in to a standing applause and chants of "4 more years" by the Canadian Parliament today
Posted by: Gerrymanderer2 ()
Date: June 30, 2016 12:31PM

Bush and Cheney can't travel. They will be arrested in many European countries on human rights charges. The International Criminal Court is looking to have them arrested.

Not only are they not being applauded, the rightards previous dipshits are being threatened with arrest and lifelong imprisonment.

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Re: Obama walked in to a standing applause and chants of "4 more years" by the Canadian Parliament today
Posted by: Gerrymanderer2 ()
Date: June 30, 2016 12:32PM

It's not just Bush and Cheney either. It's Rumsfield and Paul Wolfowitz and the whole Neo Con cabal.

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Re: Obama walked in to a standing applause and chants of "4 more years" by the Canadian Parliament today
Posted by: Everything Gerry knows is wrong ()
Date: June 30, 2016 12:42PM

Gerrymanderer2 Wrote:
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> Bush and Cheney can't travel. They will be
> arrested in many European countries on human
> rights charges. The International Criminal Court
> is looking to have them arrested.
>
> Not only are they not being applauded, the
> rightards previous dipshits are being threatened
> with arrest and lifelong imprisonment.

You're a fucking idiot who believes bullshit.

"The meme on social media said that Bush and Cheney are "unable to visit Europe due to outstanding warrants." The claim that there are "outstanding warrants" is flat wrong. And while it’s theoretically possible for a national court to issue an arrest warrant against either man, as was done with Pinochet, there is no sign of that happening. We rate the claim False."

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Re: Obama walked in to a standing applause and chants of "4 more years" by the Canadian Parliament today
Posted by: Nailin Palin ()
Date: June 30, 2016 12:49PM

FrankR. Wrote:
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> Palin is horrible no matter how you slice it. She
> should stick to making pornos.



She's been showing her age a bit lately, definitely not as attractive as she was 5-6 years ago. I'd still watch or co-star in her pornos if she ever made one though.

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Re: Obama walked in to a standing applause and chants of "4 more years" by the Canadian Parliament today
Posted by: Reading Is Fundamental ()
Date: June 30, 2016 01:42PM

cbaa Wrote:
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> Here is what the very Left-Leaning Washington Post
> had to say about Obamas "Accomplishments".
>
> https://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/right-turn/wp
> /2016/02/12/obamas-phony-accomplishments-leave-us-
> worse-off/

Apparently, you can't tell the difference between editorials (written by editors at the paper and representing the official viewpoint of the paper) and op eds (diverse commentary by outside contributors). Unlike the right wing rags, the Post tries to present viewpoints from all parts of the political spectrum. Here is the author of the cited comments:

Jennifer Rubin writes the Right Turn blog for The Post, offering reported opinion from a conservative perspective. Follow @JRubinBlogger

Of course, if you actually read the 'very left leaning' Post, you would immediately recognize Jennifer Rubin as a conservative commentator.

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Re: Obama walked in to a standing applause and chants of "4 more years" by the Canadian Parliament today
Posted by: Gerrymanderer2 ()
Date: June 30, 2016 03:43PM

Everything Gerry knows is wrong Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> Gerrymanderer2 Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Bush and Cheney can't travel. They will be
> > arrested in many European countries on human
> > rights charges. The International Criminal
> Court
> > is looking to have them arrested.
> >
> > Not only are they not being applauded, the
> > rightards previous dipshits are being
> threatened
> > with arrest and lifelong imprisonment.
>
> You're a fucking idiot who believes bullshit.
>
> "The meme on social media said that Bush and
> Cheney are "unable to visit Europe due to
> outstanding warrants." The claim that there are
> "outstanding warrants" is flat wrong. And while
> it’s theoretically possible for a national court
> to issue an arrest warrant against either man, as
> was done with Pinochet, there is no sign of that
> happening. We rate the claim False."

Judges on the ICC are on the record stating that Cheney will stand trial someday for his war crimes.

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Re: Obama walked in to a standing applause and chants of "4 more years" by the Canadian Parliament today
Posted by: Everything Gerry knows is wrong ()
Date: June 30, 2016 04:12PM

Gerrymanderer2 Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> Everything Gerry knows is wrong Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Gerrymanderer2 Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > Bush and Cheney can't travel. They will be
> > > arrested in many European countries on human
> > > rights charges. The International Criminal
> > Court
> > > is looking to have them arrested.
> > >
> > > Not only are they not being applauded, the
> > > rightards previous dipshits are being
> > threatened
> > > with arrest and lifelong imprisonment.
> >
> > You're a fucking idiot who believes bullshit.
> >
> > "The meme on social media said that Bush and
> > Cheney are "unable to visit Europe due to
> > outstanding warrants." The claim that there are
> > "outstanding warrants" is flat wrong. And while
> > it’s theoretically possible for a national
> court
> > to issue an arrest warrant against either man,
> as
> > was done with Pinochet, there is no sign of
> that
> > happening. We rate the claim False."
>
> Judges on the ICC are on the record stating that
> Cheney will stand trial someday for his war
> crimes.


The only thing that's on record is that you're a dumbfuck who believes stupid bullshit like this.

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Re: Obama walked in to a standing applause and chants of "4 more years" by the Canadian Parliament today
Posted by: cbaa ()
Date: June 30, 2016 06:05PM

Reading Is Fundamental Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> cbaa Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Here is what the very Left-Leaning Washington
> Post
> > had to say about Obamas "Accomplishments".
> >
> >
> https://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/right-turn/wp
>
> >
> /2016/02/12/obamas-phony-accomplishments-leave-us-
>
> > worse-off/
>
> Apparently, you can't tell the difference between
> editorials (written by editors at the paper and
> representing the official viewpoint of the paper)
> and op eds (diverse commentary by outside
> contributors). Unlike the right wing rags, the
> Post tries to present viewpoints from all parts of
> the political spectrum. Here is the author of the
> cited comments:
>
> Jennifer Rubin writes the Right Turn blog for
> The Post, offering reported opinion from a
> conservative perspective. Follow
> @JRubinBlogger

>
> Of course, if you actually read the 'very left
> leaning' Post, you would immediately recognize
> Jennifer Rubin as a conservative commentator.

Everything the Wapo prints is checked by a left-leaning Editor for accuracy. Now why don't you do something productive like refute the article?

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Re: Obama walked in to a standing applause and chants of "4 more years" by the Canadian Parliament today
Posted by: Reading Is Fundamental ()
Date: June 30, 2016 06:49PM

cbaa Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> Reading Is Fundamental Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > cbaa Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > Here is what the very Left-Leaning Washington
> > Post
> > > had to say about Obamas "Accomplishments".
> > >
> > >
> >
> https://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/right-turn/wp
>
> >
> > >
> >
> /2016/02/12/obamas-phony-accomplishments-leave-us-
>
> >
> > > worse-off/
> >
> > Apparently, you can't tell the difference
> between
> > editorials (written by editors at the paper and
> > representing the official viewpoint of the
> paper)
> > and op eds (diverse commentary by outside
> > contributors). Unlike the right wing rags, the
> > Post tries to present viewpoints from all parts
> of
> > the political spectrum. Here is the author of
> the
> > cited comments:
> >
> > Jennifer Rubin writes the Right Turn blog
> for
> > The Post, offering reported opinion from a
> > conservative perspective. Follow
> > @JRubinBlogger

> >
> > Of course, if you actually read the 'very left
> > leaning' Post, you would immediately recognize
> > Jennifer Rubin as a conservative commentator.
>
> Everything the Wapo prints is checked by a
> left-leaning Editor for accuracy.

Facts are checked for accuracy. Opinions are not facts. This was an opinion piece, with some facts thrown in.

> Now why don't
> you do something productive like refute the
> article?

Because it's pointless. I skimmed the piece and it's the usual crap the right wing has been spewing for ages. I have no interest in debating the right wingers here, because they're just like you or worse. You deliberately attempted to mislead people by characterizing a right wing hit piece as representative of the Post's perspective ('Here is what the very Left-Leaning Washington Post had to say about Obamas "Accomplishments"'). You clearly have no interest in an honest debate.

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Re: Obama walked in to a standing applause and chants of "4 more years" by the Canadian Parliament today
Posted by: Gerrymanderer2 ()
Date: June 30, 2016 07:32PM

Rightard pieces of shit have to phrase it that way. They say it's illegitimate and partisan and source it when it criticizes Democrats. It's not the post that is partisan and illegitimate. It's rightards that are.

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Re: Obama walked in to a standing applause and chants of "4 more years" by the Canadian Parliament today
Posted by: cbaa ()
Date: June 30, 2016 08:05PM

Reading Is Fundamental Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> cbaa Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Reading Is Fundamental Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > cbaa Wrote:
> > >
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> >
> > > -----
> > > > Here is what the very Left-Leaning
> Washington
> > > Post
> > > > had to say about Obamas "Accomplishments".
> > > >
> > > >
> > >
> >
> https://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/right-turn/wp
>
> >
> > >
> > > >
> > >
> >
> /2016/02/12/obamas-phony-accomplishments-leave-us-
>
> >
> > >
> > > > worse-off/
> > >
> > > Apparently, you can't tell the difference
> > between
> > > editorials (written by editors at the paper
> and
> > > representing the official viewpoint of the
> > paper)
> > > and op eds (diverse commentary by outside
> > > contributors). Unlike the right wing rags,
> the
> > > Post tries to present viewpoints from all
> parts
> > of
> > > the political spectrum. Here is the author of
> > the
> > > cited comments:
> > >
> > > Jennifer Rubin writes the Right Turn blog
> > for
> > > The Post, offering reported opinion from a
> > > conservative perspective. Follow
> > > @JRubinBlogger

> > >
> > > Of course, if you actually read the 'very
> left
> > > leaning' Post, you would immediately
> recognize
> > > Jennifer Rubin as a conservative commentator.
> >
> > Everything the Wapo prints is checked by a
> > left-leaning Editor for accuracy.
>
> Facts are checked for accuracy. Opinions are not
> facts. This was an opinion piece, with some facts
> thrown in.
>
> > Now why don't
> > you do something productive like refute the
> > article?
>
> Because it's pointless. I skimmed the piece and
> it's the usual crap the right wing has been
> spewing for ages. I have no interest in debating
> the right wingers here, because they're just like
> you or worse. You deliberately attempted to
> mislead people by characterizing a right wing hit
> piece as representative of the Post's perspective
> ('Here is what the very Left-Leaning Washington
> Post had to say about Obamas "Accomplishments"').
> You clearly have no interest in an honest debate.


In other words you can't. Got it.

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Re: Obama walked in to a standing applause and chants of "4 more years" by the Canadian Parliament today
Posted by: cbaa ()
Date: June 30, 2016 08:12PM

Gerrymanderer2 Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> Rightard pieces of shit have to phrase it that
> way. They say it's illegitimate and partisan and
> source it when it criticizes Democrats. It's not
> the post that is partisan and illegitimate. It's
> rightards that are.

I love how every time Lie-berals run out or argument, the default is to blame it on Bush. Reminds me of someone with Tourettes Syndrome BBBBBBBuuuuuuSSSShhhh FFFFFaaaauuuullllttttt.....Buuuuuusssshhhhh.

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Re: Obama walked in to a standing applause and chants of "4 more years" by the Canadian Parliament today
Posted by: Gerrymanderer2 ()
Date: June 30, 2016 08:27PM

Isn't Bush the greatness Trumptards want to return to? That's what Trumptards mean by great again. It's their campaign slogan. Make America Bush Again.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 06/30/2016 08:27PM by Gerrymanderer2.

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Re: Obama walked in to a standing applause and chants of "4 more years" by the Canadian Parliament today
Posted by: cbaa ()
Date: June 30, 2016 08:40PM

Gerrymanderer2 Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> Isn't Bush the greatness Trumptards want to return
> to? That's what Trumptards mean by great again.
> It's their campaign slogan. Make America Bush
> Again.


No, it's not what they want. Why do you think the Republican Establishment has a problem supporting Trump? Sheeesh...what rock have you been living under?



BBBuuuuuussssshhhhhh..........BBBBBBuuuuuuusssssshhhhhh!!!!!!!

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Re: Obama walked in to a standing applause and chants of "4 more years" by the Canadian Parliament today
Posted by: Gerrymanderer2 ()
Date: June 30, 2016 08:51PM

What greatness are you talking about then? The greatness under that same Republican establishment you want to pretend to distance yourself from now. Under what president are you referring to?

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Re: Obama walked in to a standing applause and chants of "4 more years" by the Canadian Parliament today
Posted by: Reading Is Fundamental ()
Date: June 30, 2016 09:10PM

cbaa Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> Gerrymanderer2 Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Rightard pieces of shit have to phrase it that
> > way. They say it's illegitimate and partisan
> and
> > source it when it criticizes Democrats. It's
> not
> > the post that is partisan and illegitimate.
> It's
> > rightards that are.
>
> I love how every time Lie-berals run out or
> argument, the default is to blame it on Bush.
> Reminds me of someone with Tourettes Syndrome
> BBBBBBBuuuuuuSSSShhhh
> FFFFFaaaauuuullllttttt.....Buuuuuusssshhhhh.

And you wonder why I don't want to debate you. You have the emotional maturity and the reasoning ability of an infant.

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Re: Obama walked in to a standing applause and chants of "4 more years" by the Canadian Parliament today
Posted by: cbaa ()
Date: June 30, 2016 09:58PM

Gerrymanderer2 Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> What greatness are you talking about then? The
> greatness under that same Republican establishment
> you want to pretend to distance yourself from now.
> Under what president are you referring to?


I haven't mentioned greatness. I'm telling you the Trump supporters aren't happy with the GOP establishment.

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Re: Obama walked in to a standing applause and chants of "4 more years" by the Canadian Parliament today
Posted by: cbaa ()
Date: June 30, 2016 10:04PM

Reading Is Fundamental Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> cbaa Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Gerrymanderer2 Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > Rightard pieces of shit have to phrase it
> that
> > > way. They say it's illegitimate and partisan
> > and
> > > source it when it criticizes Democrats. It's
> > not
> > > the post that is partisan and illegitimate.
> > It's
> > > rightards that are.
> >
> > I love how every time Lie-berals run out or
> > argument, the default is to blame it on Bush.
> > Reminds me of someone with Tourettes Syndrome
> > BBBBBBBuuuuuuSSSShhhh
> > FFFFFaaaauuuullllttttt.....Buuuuuusssshhhhh.
>
> And you wonder why I don't want to debate you. You
> have the emotional maturity and the reasoning
> ability of an infant.


I couldn't care less if you do or don't want to debate. You sound like a whiney little bitch. You run your yap about something I post and then when asked to provide a counter argument you come up with excuses

If you can't run with the big dogs, then stay on the porch. I have much more respect for Gerry than little cunts like you. Bitch!

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Re: Obama walked in to a standing applause and chants of "4 more years" by the Canadian Parliament today
Posted by: Reading Is Fundamental ()
Date: June 30, 2016 10:16PM

cbaa Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> Reading Is Fundamental Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > cbaa Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > Gerrymanderer2 Wrote:
> > >
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> >
> > > -----
> > > > Rightard pieces of shit have to phrase it
> > that
> > > > way. They say it's illegitimate and
> partisan
> > > and
> > > > source it when it criticizes Democrats.
> It's
> > > not
> > > > the post that is partisan and illegitimate.
> > > It's
> > > > rightards that are.
> > >
> > > I love how every time Lie-berals run out or
> > > argument, the default is to blame it on Bush.
> > > Reminds me of someone with Tourettes Syndrome
> > > BBBBBBBuuuuuuSSSShhhh
> > > FFFFFaaaauuuullllttttt.....Buuuuuusssshhhhh.
> >
> > And you wonder why I don't want to debate you.
> You
> > have the emotional maturity and the reasoning
> > ability of an infant.
>
>
> I couldn't care less if you do or don't want to
> debate. You sound like a whiney little bitch. You
> run your yap about something I post and then when
> asked to provide a counter argument you come up
> with excuses
>
> If you can't run with the big dogs, then stay on
> the porch. I have much more respect for Gerry than
> little cunts like you. Bitch!

Whiney little bitch...
Run your yap...
Can't run with the big dogs...
Little cunt...
Bitch...

You seem to have a real problem with women - although you have no idea if I am one. You really should get help for your anger management issues.

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Re: Obama walked in to a standing applause and chants of "4 more years" by the Canadian Parliament today
Posted by: Libtardz! Lolz! ()
Date: June 30, 2016 11:08PM

Reading Is Fundamental Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> cbaa Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Reading Is Fundamental Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > cbaa Wrote:
> > >
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> >
> > > -----
> > > > Gerrymanderer2 Wrote:
> > > >
> > >
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> >
> > >
> > > > -----
> > > > > Rightard pieces of shit have to phrase it
> > > that
> > > > > way. They say it's illegitimate and
> > partisan
> > > > and
> > > > > source it when it criticizes Democrats.
> > It's
> > > > not
> > > > > the post that is partisan and
> illegitimate.
> > > > It's
> > > > > rightards that are.
> > > >
> > > > I love how every time Lie-berals run out
> or
> > > > argument, the default is to blame it on
> Bush.
> > > > Reminds me of someone with Tourettes
> Syndrome
> > > > BBBBBBBuuuuuuSSSShhhh
> > > >
> FFFFFaaaauuuullllttttt.....Buuuuuusssshhhhh.
> > >
> > > And you wonder why I don't want to debate
> you.
> > You
> > > have the emotional maturity and the reasoning
> > > ability of an infant.
> >
> >
> > I couldn't care less if you do or don't want to
> > debate. You sound like a whiney little bitch.
> You
> > run your yap about something I post and then
> when
> > asked to provide a counter argument you come up
> > with excuses
> >
> > If you can't run with the big dogs, then stay
> on
> > the porch. I have much more respect for Gerry
> than
> > little cunts like you. Bitch!
>
> Whiney little bitch...
> Run your yap...
> Can't run with the big dogs...
> Little cunt...
> Bitch...
>
> You seem to have a real problem with women -
> although you have no idea if I am one. You really
> should get help for your anger management issues.
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