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    Re: Adviser: Bachmann likely to enter WH race

    Quote Originally Posted by StillBallin75 View Post
    Anarchists don't like meetings. They like anarchy
    I know, it was supposed to be funny.

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    Re: Adviser: Bachmann likely to enter WH race

    Quote Originally Posted by j-mac View Post
    Just make sure you are a flat spot on that fence...Could get painful. Anarchists? When are the meetings?


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    I'm honestly not sure what you were referring to here, but my point was that independents can be anywhere along the political spectrum and not be lying. Moderates/Centrists are a different story.
    A lot of people have a skewed view, though, because they don't know where the real center is. ex. calling sanders or paul centrists.
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    Re: Adviser: Bachmann likely to enter WH race

    Quote Originally Posted by j-mac View Post
    I know, it was supposed to be funny.

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    One of my friends would actually be upset at that statement. He says anarchists just don't like any government. They're perfectly fine with order/civilized society in other ways (he's an anarcho-capitalist).
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    Re: Adviser: Bachmann likely to enter WH race

    Quote Originally Posted by iamitter View Post
    I'm honestly not sure what you were referring to here, but my point was that independents can be anywhere along the political spectrum and not be lying. Moderates/Centrists are a different story.
    A lot of people have a skewed view, though, because they don't know where the real center is. ex. calling sanders or paul centrists.

    I think that there are alot of people that think they are cute by chosing these monikers so that they can hide behind them, rather than just be honest about their leanings.

    One of my friends would actually be upset at that statement. He says anarchists just don't like any government. They're perfectly fine with order/civilized society in other ways (he's an anarcho-capitalist).
    Who says that Anarchists don't have any sense of humor under those black hoodies.

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    Re: Adviser: Bachmann likely to enter WH race

    Quote Originally Posted by iamitter View Post
    Moderates/Centrists are a different story.
    He's just relying on the old Bill O'Reilly trick of lumping in everybody that's to the left of him as "ultra-liberal." Problem is, Centrists are to his left because he inhabits a space that is definitely to the right of center.

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    Re: Adviser: Bachmann likely to enter WH race

    Quote Originally Posted by Grant View Post
    In their hearts they know all this to be true but they cannot bring themselves to admiit it. Instead they'll not respond, or say that Sarah Palin or Michelle Bachman would be even worse. It will not slow them down in referring to either of these women as "idiots" and the like. They just can't seem to compute facts they don't want to hear.
    The people who voted for Obama aren't all left wing liberals... run somebody better than Obama, and your side has a chance. For God's sakes, GWB won twice... If he won twice, you know Obama has a great chance of winning a second term. I highly doubt, if given two terms, Obama's negatives and screw ups, and the general anger at him wouldn't be near as high as GWBs... and you guys whining the most about Obama, probably voted for Bush twice. Pot calling the kettle black IMO.

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    Re: Adviser: Bachmann likely to enter WH race

    Quote Originally Posted by j-mac View Post
    Who says that Anarchists don't have any sense of humor under those black hoodies.

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    Ahaha, black hoodies. He's in private equity, I think, at barclays. Maybe a black suit
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    Re: Adviser: Bachmann likely to enter WH race

    Quote Originally Posted by Barbbtx View Post
    I think I'd like to see Manchin win re-election but switch parties.
    He's not for the health care bill or cap and trade.
    he also ditched dream and dadt

    he's been blasting obama, he's not alone, and dirty harry is letting em get away with it

    Harry Reid lets 2012 Democrats off the hook - Manu Raju - POLITICO.com

    sign of the times

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    Re: Adviser: Bachmann likely to enter WH race

    Quote Originally Posted by tryreading View Post
    It is too early to tell. But, honestly, would you want her to be the primary winner?
    Honestly? I really haven't seen her much except in short clips, but I doubt she has the experience for the Presidency just yet.

    It seems to me that some politicians run for the Presidency not expecting to win but in getting name recognition . Joe Biden was a perennial one pf them and I think it was also Barrack Obama's motive. But as we know it paid off and it was something, I suspect, that neither of them seriously anticipated.

    I'd like to see someone who advocates more state rights and less federal government intrusions. That's the only realistic way to get the country under some reasonable fiscal control. Local governments work best.

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    Re: Adviser: Bachmann likely to enter WH race

    Quote Originally Posted by The Prof View Post
    he also ditched dream and dadt

    he's been blasting obama, he's not alone, and dirty harry is letting em get away with it

    Harry Reid lets 2012 Democrats off the hook - Manu Raju - POLITICO.com

    sign of the times
    dadt fight is over.
    Give a man a fish, or he will destroy the only existing vial of antidote.

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