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    Re: Amish: Boehner's decision to back Obama a mistake

    Quote Originally Posted by ecofarm View Post
    What are you talking about? The Amish do not have sex doggy-style. Period. You were ignorant and claiming I was uneducated. That's hysterical.
    Not true Eco, I knew a hot little Amish gal back in the day (they can be really nasty when you get them outside their boundaries.)

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    Re: Amish: Boehner's decision to back Obama a mistake

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    Speaker John Boehner’s decision to back President Obama on Syria was a mistake, according to Rep. Justin Amash (R-Mich.).
    “If you’re Speaker of the House and you’re going to take a position in support of the war, which is contrary to what the vast majority of Americans believe, it might be nice to call up your GOP conference and say, ‘Hey, this is what we plan to do,’ but we didn’t get any of that,” said Amash, who is a frequent critic of GOP leadership.


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    Re: Amish: Boehner's decision to back Obama a mistake

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    Not true Eco, I knew a hot little Amish gal back in the day (they can be really nasty when you get them outside their boundaries.)
    I don't think it's proper to take advantage of ignorant, naive, socially children in a state of confusion.

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    Re: Amish: Boehner's decision to back Obama a mistake

    Quote Originally Posted by ecofarm View Post
    I don't think it's proper to take advantage of ignorant, naive, socially children in a state of confusion.

    No, see, I told you she was the nasty one who took advantage of me. Anyway, enough fun here. This trail has wondered far from the topic.

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    Re: Amish: Boehner's decision to back Obama a mistake

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    No, see, I told you she was the nasty one who took advantage of me.
    You're the victim of "a hot little Amish gal"?

    You can't be serious.

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    Re: Amish: Boehner's decision to back Obama a mistake

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    Not true Eco, I knew a hot little Amish gal back in the day (they can be really nasty when you get them outside their boundaries.)
    I smell Bullsheik.

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    Re: Amish: Boehner's decision to back Obama a mistake

    Quote Originally Posted by Verax View Post
    I smell Bullsheik.
    Well. You have a discriminating nose then, of course look at the entire back in forth between us, its all BS over the spelling of Amash in the thread title.

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    Re: Amish: Boehner's decision to back Obama a mistake

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    Well. You have a discriminating nose then, of course look at the entire back in forth between us, its all BS over the spelling of Amash in the thread title.
    And you just happened to have a personal story about how you banged an Amish girl doggystyle as a counterpoint. What are the odds?

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    Re: Amish: Boehner's decision to back Obama a mistake

    Quote Originally Posted by Verax View Post
    And you just happened to have a personal story about how you banged an Amish girl doggystyle as a counterpoint. What are the odds?
    What didn't you get in that? It was all Eco and I bull****ting over a spelling issue, nothing serious.

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    Re: Amish: Boehner's decision to back Obama a mistake

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    Speaker John Boehner’s decision to back President Obama on Syria was a mistake, according to Rep. Justin Amash (R-Mich.).
    “If you’re Speaker of the House and you’re going to take a position in support of the war, which is contrary to what the vast majority of Americans believe, it might be nice to call up your GOP conference and say, ‘Hey, this is what we plan to do,’ but we didn’t get any of that,” said Amash, who is a frequent critic of GOP leadership.
    How would we know what Boehner was doing behind the scenes, or is now doing behind the scenes? I cannot imagine he is floating in his pool during this vacation and not talking to a lot of other members of the Legislative Branch to discuss Syria. I bet he has even chatted with Obama, Biden, Kerry, and some of the others in the Executive Branch. Maybe I give these politicians too much credit; but it seems to me that most of them take the job seriously and work pretty hard. I'm not saying I always agree with their platforms, but I am merely stating that I think most are hard working and conscientious about the job.

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