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« on: March 22, 2010, 12:39:36 AM »

Today, healthcare reform passed the House 219-212. Not one Republican voted for the legislation, and 34 Democrats voted against it. Clearly, the bipartisan efforts were OPPOSED to this monstrosity.

I'm mad as hell, and I'm not going to take it anymore. Today, as a starter, I donated to Hillsdale College, and also to The Heritage Foundation. I am now a sustaining member of both these vital conservative institutions, and I plan to do everything in my power to get into politics and ROLL BACK LIBERALISM.

I abhor this monstrosity of legislation. In fact, I feel there are no words strong enough to demonstrate my hatred for this unmitigated socialist tyranny masquerading as healthcare reform. This was pushed through against the wills of a strong majority of the people of this country, and because of that, HELL will rain down on anyone and everyone who voted for this insanity.

I look to graduate from my college this summer; considering what has just occurred, I believe I cannot in good conscience go about my daily life in my degree career path in the full knowledge that I could be doing more to fight the leftist takeover of this nation.

This brings me, swiftly, to my place here in this community. I love big boobs. I love small boobs. Most of all, I love breasts getting bigger, all the time and at every opportunity. I try to counsel my busty friends against breast reductions if at all possible. I encourage small-busted aquaintances to look for opportunities to make their breasts bigger. Nonetheless, I have harbored in my heart, since 10/10/2006, a contradictory notion that I can seriously abide by the principles I believe in and also attend to this forum and the people here. I have deep regard for many of you here; I cheer at your successes; I weep at your failures, and I sincerely hope for the best with all of you.

However, my prayers have been for understanding of who I am and what I am meant to do with my life. I know the circumstances of my life; I was meant to be alive, meant to be here, for precisely this moment in time. I must answer God's calling to me, and it flies in the face of everything I do here.

I cherish every moment I have been with you all. I wish it didn't have to end. I am sure that in the future, I will be enticed back to this forum, and I know that I will fall victim to my desires. That being said, I must not remain where I am continually held in euphoric stasis, drowned in the orgasmic sensations inspired by the many beautiful ladies we worship here. I must move forward; I must move on.

You may disagree with my politics; you may consider me irrational, even insane. All I know is that I must go out to find the truth, in this life and the next, because the truth is what has set me free from a selfish life, and I know the truth will ring out across this nation as never before to set the American people free from tyrannical liberalism, embodied in Barack Hussein Obama, Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, and the Party of Liberalism which supported this legislation.

I hear the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, and they're coming for you, Democrats. See you at the ballot box...

Q-"I'm done"-BE


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« Reply #1 on: March 22, 2010, 01:01:53 AM »

82% of the people of the US were in favor of health care reform. Tea Party are not your best source of information. I know FOX news keep reporting that the majority were against it, but Math is not one of their strong suit. John Boenher keeps saying as well as Rush that we have the best health care in the world, when in fact we were rated in 37th in the world, unless you can afford it.
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« Reply #2 on: March 22, 2010, 01:30:13 AM »

Today, healthcare reform passed the House 219-212. Not one Republican voted for the legislation, and 34 Democrats voted against it. Clearly, the bipartisan efforts were OPPOSED to this monstrosity.

{snicker-snack}

I hear the four horsemen of the Apocalypse coming, and they're coming for you, Democrats. See you at the ballot box...

Q-"I'm done"-BE
Ah, I see . . . You plan to Go Away Mad. Oh well, if you must, you must; so be it. But I was sooooo hoping you'd continue the absurdist comedy gold up through the next election cycle.

You see, I really wanted to get to see your head explode when it turns out the majority of Americans are actually NOT addlebrained God-fearing Fock Snooze teabagging morans intent on helping the uber-wealthy oligarchs keep hold of the money and power forever and ever Amen. I was hoping to be able to DeLay pointing out this little nugget until you'd sealed your pact with irrelevancy into stone: "First you get da money, then you da the power . . . THEN you get the wimmin!"

You probably think you're in line for all that. After all, out of three hundred million people, it's so obvious YOU deserve to be among the few thousand elite overlords who own everyone else. Hint: if you were actually worthy, you'd never entertain the possibility of involving yourself personally in politics. You'd be pushing determinedly into the Wall Street Club, where a real man can take home $4,500,000,000.00 in one year, and come back for more the next. As George Carlin said, there is a club, and you ain't in it.

But if you must leave, could you please convey a message to your fellow Randians from me, and be sure Sarah Palin hears it: Howzat hopey-changey shit workin' out fer ya now, moosebreath? Waterloo, indeed. You all just got PWNED. I can't wait for the next time Repugnican'ts hold the power, so I can replay a thousand videos of all the stupid ways you railed and ranted against the very maneuvers you used to deploy with nary a twinge of conscience. When you realize how many things you argued were DOOOOOM and now can't use without admitting you're liars, you're gonna shit brix.

You never again get to even suggest deem-and-pass or reconciliation without sacrificing all credibility, and that's the least of it. PWNED, the lot of you.

Y'all come back naoh, y'heah?
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« Reply #3 on: March 22, 2010, 01:35:22 AM »

*yawns* Wanna bet that he'll be back within the next three months?
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« Reply #4 on: March 22, 2010, 02:29:35 AM »

yep just like every other industrialized nation on our planet, america now has a public healthcare insurance option.

you are now officially soviet russia lmao

oh Q-BE, in your efforts to "roll back liberalism" dont forget to lie about the porn sites such as this that you like to troll.

you know, so you yourself dont get rolled back by your own self-righteous ilk lol.

ill mind the tavern while youre gone. Cheesy
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« Reply #5 on: March 22, 2010, 03:36:11 AM »

Lets get rid of all the socialism in the US. Lets get rid of our subsidized electricity, food and water. Lets get rid of our socialist military(it is government run after all) and switch to using private military contractors. Lets get rid of all the socialist public schools. PBS? Get outta here. Parks? Clear cut 'em. Lets get rid of the socialist libraries, the police, the fire department and the water bureau. It's all gotta go, because they are all socialist.
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« Reply #6 on: March 22, 2010, 03:42:25 AM »

ill mind the tavern while youre gone. Cheesy

Okay, then. You're it. Take good care of the place and the patrons. I fully expect all this Obama BS to be gone by 2012. Wink

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« Reply #7 on: March 22, 2010, 04:00:12 AM »

Q_BE, you create a post named "Rolling Back Liberalism", and in the first few paragraphs you mention that you are enrolled in a LIBERAL ARTS COLLEGE.

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Magneto: Oh, yes! A bolt of lightning into a huge copper conductor. I thought you lived at a school.

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I sincerely hope that while enrolled in that school you learn the true meanings behind the words that you so casually throw around in a derogatory manner.

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We use words to express ideas. Words have power. Words have meanings. If you do not comprehend the proper meanings of those words, you cannot use them to correctly express your ideas, and hence you cannot correctly engage in a debate, or in an exchange of those ideas with another person. If you wish to repeat mindlessly the words of others, at least take the time to understand what those persons stand to gain by your doing so. When it comes to leaving tens of millions of their fellow Americans without ready access to healthcare and healthcare insurance, cui bono? (who benefits?) When it comes to making sure that they make billions of dollars in profits by owning all the television stations in a city, thus stifling the dissemination of other, opposing views, cui bono? When a multi-billionaire bankrolls a television station that has nothing more to do than to put on people who admit on air that they are not journalists and who say that "if you take what I say as gospel, you're an idiot" -- yet dares to call itself a News Channel, cui bono? And more importantly, who loses?
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« Reply #8 on: March 22, 2010, 11:02:26 AM »

why are you still replying seriously to this kid? Tongue
The man is trying to 'roll back liberalism' on a pron forum. If we still had the kind of puritan conservatism that he adores this site would not exist.
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« Reply #9 on: March 22, 2010, 11:54:52 AM »

The man is trying to 'roll back liberalism' on a pron forum. If we still had the kind of puritan conservatism that he adores this site would not exist.

Why do you think I'm leaving? Roll Eyes

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« Reply #10 on: March 22, 2010, 01:01:11 PM »

Rush Limbaugh said he would move to Costa Rica if health care bill pass! Even though that country has better health care than we do and no military, social education as well as medicine.

What is really interesting is that this was a majority vote by the people and in DC, and yet there has been secret service shutting down account of anyone using the word assassination, 1861, and so forth. Talk about being un-american! We have the power of vote and yet talks of assassination?Huh?Unbelievable!!!

So go ahead and pout, but keep in mind I was sick to my stomach when we went to war with the wrong country and hear about the death of children in Iraq.
I didn't talk about a revolution or threaten to bring on the 4 horseman to the conservatives.

There is a word for that when people use religion to wage war against anyone who don't believe as they do, and it starts with a letter J, real popular with those with strong overzealous feeling.

By the way, the Elite wealthy would just love to see a civil war, then they can invoke martial law and we would really lose any freedom we may have left.

The fact that the moderator left your message of bringing on the 4 horseman, really tell you how much freedom you have even in here! Really *Fear* is all you have to use to argue your case?
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« Reply #11 on: March 22, 2010, 01:49:40 PM »

What's bizarre about this is that I've made a loosely parallel decision of my own.  I've long been fascinated by trying to predict the near future and I've semi-seriously concluded that we could be in for a seismic rupturing of the political state no later than 2029.  I call this rupture the Simple War, because it will essentially be a second American civil war and it will undoubtedly be at least as stupid as the last one.  So in the nineteen years remaining I plan to put out e-pamphlets -- no, not here, I wouldn't do that to you guys -- anticipating and hopefully averting such conflict.  I doubt this will generate much interest, as I won't really be into anything like Olbermannian declamation, and I'll be worthless to the "Be sure to hoard your gold and guns" crowd or even anyone hunting for a "Who do I get to blame and hate?" site.  The focus will be more on what we can do, steadily, constructively.  Strangely, I've been a follower all my life, usually content to concede the initiative to pretty much anyone, but now it may be time to make a hopefully unique contribution.  A day comes when you wake up and you realize, Things aren't getting addressed, not in the right way, so I may as well put in my proverbial two cents.  So that's what that's all about.

As for Give Me Corporations or Give Me Death, I have to wonder.  He listed the 35 Undeniable Truths, and I replied to them; he set up a Right Wing Tavern, and not even JJ visited.  Liberalism is feeling pretty safe to me.  
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« Reply #12 on: March 22, 2010, 03:02:16 PM »

Why do you think I'm leaving? Roll Eyes

Q-"Seeing, they do not see, and hearing, they do not hear"-BE Embarrassed

But you're not leaving, unless by leaving you mean 'hanging around to see how people respond to my manifesto.'
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« Reply #13 on: March 22, 2010, 03:24:00 PM »

I have nothing constructive to add to this particular conversation because frankly, this is political trolling and adding legitimate discourse only further allows this kind of stupidity to become acceptable behavior.

However...

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Why do you think I'm leaving?

Apart from wishful thinking?

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I cherish every moment I have been with you all. I wish it didn't have to end. I am sure that in the future, I will be enticed back to this forum, and I know that I will fall victim to my desires. That being said, I must not remain where I am continually held in euphoric stasis, drowned in the orgasmic sensations inspired by the many beautiful ladies we worship here. I must move forward; I must move on.
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An honest mistake, I know. But don't let that stop you from lurking to see people's responses to your tearful goodbye. Flip-flopping when convenient is good practice for your future in politics.

Always remember, big boys don't cry.
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« Reply #14 on: March 22, 2010, 07:41:30 PM »

Rush Limbaugh said he would move to Costa Rica if health care bill pass!

Actually, what Rush said is that he would go to Costa Rica for health care, not move there. The drive-by media made up the moving rumor.
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« Reply #15 on: March 22, 2010, 08:35:12 PM »

Q_BE left once before when he couldn't reconcile his faith with his love the female form-he made a big stink about leaving then too.
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« Reply #16 on: March 22, 2010, 09:23:07 PM »

Yesterday, March 21st, 2010, a date which will live in Infirmary!   Sad
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« Reply #17 on: March 23, 2010, 02:03:36 AM »

I've long been fascinated by trying to predict the near future and I've semi-seriously concluded that we could be in for a seismic rupturing of the political state no later than 2029.
Why wait 20 years? According to the man who predicted the fall of the Soviet Union down to the month a decade before it happened, the US will economically collapse and be four separate countries by June 2011.
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« Reply #18 on: March 23, 2010, 02:39:29 AM »

That Russian dude just wants Alaska back. Indian giver!
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« Reply #19 on: March 23, 2010, 05:17:37 AM »

Why wait 20 years? According to the man who predicted the fall of the Soviet Union down to the month a decade before it happened, the US will economically collapse and be four separate countries by June 2011.
It says in the article that the man who predicted the fall off the USSR was Emmanuel Todd. Igor Panarin is the one claiming the US will collapse, and he's saying it will happen by this June or July, not June 2011. If he's right, we better get to crumbling right away.
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« Reply #20 on: March 23, 2010, 06:39:29 AM »

*yawns* Wanna bet that he'll be back within the next three months?

Three months, three days... Roll Eyes
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« Reply #21 on: March 23, 2010, 07:04:04 AM »

That Russian dude just wants Alaska back. Indian giver!
Is the Russian dude a native Americans?
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« Reply #22 on: March 23, 2010, 07:27:22 AM »

but who will oppose China now?
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« Reply #23 on: March 23, 2010, 07:56:39 AM »

but who will oppose China now?
Google just ban China from their site!
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« Reply #24 on: March 23, 2010, 11:02:12 AM »

It says in the article that the man who predicted the fall off the USSR was Emmanuel Todd. Igor Panarin is the one claiming the US will collapse, and he's saying it will happen by this June or July, not June 2011. If he's right, we better get to crumbling right away.

Wow, I can't read!  Embarrassed

Nah, it's been a while since I'd read the article. Either way, let's get to crumblin'!
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« Reply #25 on: March 23, 2010, 02:36:20 PM »

but who will oppose China now?

The Chinese
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« Reply #26 on: March 23, 2010, 06:07:01 PM »

Who will oppose the Chinese? The Indians. Not the same Indians that Russia is emulating by trying to take back Alaska though. Dot, not feather.
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« Reply #27 on: March 23, 2010, 10:17:37 PM »

Readers' Forum: What has GOP done for workers?
By Clint C. Gold 10/24/99

Not too long ago, my wife and I attended a TV football party in south Tulsa. With a lopsided score, the conversation turned to a livelier subject -- politics. The crowd was, of course, top-heavy with Republicans. With each point expressed their faces became more flushed, eyes bulging a little more and veins popping in their foreheads as they railed against the liberal programs.

Finally a lone, liberal voice asked: "Will you people name me one bill your party ever passed to help the working man of this country?" The question created much din and clamor, and someone sputtered, "Well, what have the Democrats done?"

The liberal responded with a few programs and was interrupted by howling and disdain. He noted that he had not promised they would like the programs and he asked to complete his statement -- a difficult task to ask of Republicans.

He spoke of Social Security; Medicare-Medicaid; Peace Corps; unemployment insurance; welfare (for the poor and corporate); civil rights; student grant and loan programs; safety laws (OSHA); environmental laws; prevailing wage laws; right to collective bargaining (which brought about paid medical insurance, paid vacations, pensions, etc.); workers' compensation; Marshall Plan; flood-disaster insurance; School Lunch Program; women's rights.

He spoke of the Fair Labor Standards Act, which established a minimum wage, instituted **09** labor laws, and set up time-and-a-half pay for over a 40-hour week.

He mentioned FHA-HUD with its public housing, urban renewal and 44 million residential homes (before WWII almost 70 percent of our nation were renters; by the 1970s this had been reversed).

And farm-conservation subsidies -- USDA programs, Farmers Home Administration (the bankers didn't want to make rural loans), small flood-control lakes (more than 3,000 in Oklahoma alone), rural water districts, rural electricity (REA).

The GI Bill was passed, which the Republicans at the time bitterly opposed. They were salivating over millions of returning veterans to hire as cheap labor. More than 8 million have used college benefits, creating millions of entrepreneurs; most of us had never dreamed of college. For the unemployed GI, there was $20 a week for 52 weeks to help get started (a lot of money in those days). The Veterans Administration provided more than 2 million home loans.

For the bankers at the football party, it was pointed out that the liberals saved their industry with the creation of FDIC and FSLIC, insuring their deposits, and saved Wall Street with the establishment of the Securities Exchange Commission.

The oil men came on bended knees to FDR at a time when East Texas oil was 4 cents a barrel and begged him to save their industry. He did; prorationing overturned the rule of capture and the days of flush production were over. Prorating has served this great industry (and nation) well.

And the list went on and on, but of course this group didn't let him get halfway through. He noted they were weary, inattentive, so again he challenged them to offer up any Republican legislation examples.

"I'm sure your party has authored one or two comparable bills from time to time, but I can't think of any, and apparently you can't either. What it boils down to is this: the liberals dragged you into the 20th century scratching and screaming with your heels in the mud, fighting anything that's progressive, everything that's made this country great. You Republicans have never understood that the spending power of blue-collar workers, obtained through Democrats and unions, is what really made this country great. You really believe "The Good Life" was obtained from your own endeavors. You cloak your greed in religion and patriotism, railing against any form of tax, never comprehending that these programs have benefited all of us and our country."

Well, I almost didn't make it out of the house. My wife and I didn't even get to see the end of the football game.
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« Reply #28 on: March 26, 2010, 02:59:45 AM »

Rachel Maddow and Dana Bash cover a story on Republican inciting violence, and it has been reported that both party are now discussing proper action to address the problems of violence in the last few days after the HCR was pass. I confronted Q_BE if he really meant what he said about bringing the 4 horseman to the democrats, and its interesting that I am finding that to be one of the talking points that the right-winger are saying. Just recently Glenn Beck is saying that the democrats are egging them to get violence with them, that it is what the democrats want to see happen. I am not sure how in his mind he figure that the democrats want this to happen.
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« Reply #29 on: March 26, 2010, 05:24:01 PM »

q-be's whole little melodrama here is basically conservatives in a nutshell these days.

i mean theyre tired of being pushed around gosh darnit.  they only spent most all of last decade running the u.s. into the ground on about every foreign and domestic front possible, and now that they arent being listened to that must mean america hardly exists anymore.

funny thing we find now that a lot of people who were dissatisfied with obama's plan actually thought it didnt go far enough.  now it seems to shake out that the same majority who rejected old republican failures think healthcare reform is a positive.  think the bunch who oversaw healthcare costs double in 8 years might not know everything.  imagine the gall.

republicans want to be the victim party, no wonder a person like sarah palin is so prominent amongst them.

"the world is going to end if we're not in charge" screeching of dimwit yokels everywhere is not going to sustain the conservative elite and the money they expect to have thrown at them through 2 wars and a near depression though.

progress cant be rolled back forever.
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« Reply #30 on: March 29, 2010, 04:58:08 PM »

What's fascinating about these rants is the utter lack of content.  I mean this bill is pretty corporate friendly and won't change the day-to-day lives of most of us.   On the road to "socialism", this bill is a small stone compared to Social Security, Medicare, Fair Labor Standards Act, etc...

In medievel plays actors playing cuckolds wore horns on their head.  The idea being that everyone could see the horns except the cuckold.   I think this is an apt analogy for the tea-bagger crowd.  Media charlatans use their words to whip them into a meaningless frenzy and they're the only ones who can't see what's going on.
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« Reply #31 on: March 30, 2010, 03:34:54 AM »

From our "Hey, It's a Stimulus Package!" Dept.:

"RNC Spent Nearly $2K on Topless L.A. Bondage Bar"
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« Reply #32 on: March 30, 2010, 10:30:23 AM »

From our "Hey, It's a Stimulus Package!" Dept.:

"RNC Spent Nearly $2K on Topless L.A. Bondage Bar"
Yeah, I saw this for a couple of days, and there isn't really much to say other than being a hypocrite. However, it does paint the GOP with Masochistic tendency in both pleasure and policy. He didn't even use his own money, and that's makes me wonder if they have another policy of never disclose finance. I should become a Republican! I could use the high rolling lifestyle and roll over the public. My Mission: Roll liberalism over by the barrel!
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« Reply #33 on: March 30, 2010, 01:20:58 PM »

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Bra Buster

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« Reply #34 on: March 30, 2010, 04:08:06 PM »

From our "Hey, It's a Stimulus Package!" Dept.:

"RNC Spent Nearly $2K on Topless L.A. Bondage Bar"

If I thought he had learned anything, it would be okay. Especially since it was Exxon's money.
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