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    Re: Will you vote for Hillary as ourr next President?

    Quote Originally Posted by VanceMack View Post
    Feel free to illustrate the partisan support of anyone. On the other hand...Democrat supporters have declared their undying loyalty and their will to LITERALLY (not even making this up) vote for a steaming pile of **** as long as it has a D next to it. Literally.
    You just made a partisan comment. Case closed.

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    Re: Will you vote for Hillary as ourr next President?

    Quote Originally Posted by jpn View Post
    It amazes me to see supposed "Christians" lining up with right-wing conservative Republicans. Because what was one of Jesus's most repeated and stressed lessons in The Gospels? That wealth is a barrier to heaven. And yet that central, core message has been banished from this "Christian" nation that treats its poor worse than any other developed nation.
    It's not wealth that's the problem, jpn, it's the LOVE of money. And that's an issue in both parties, and with the Clintons as well, since they're wealthy.

    Quote Originally Posted by jpn View Post
    Republicans scorn the poor and lavish all their attention and policy preferences on the rich and powerful. And then they dare to brandish their Bibles in our faces.
    That's nonsense. Conservatives give more to charities than their left-wing counterparts. We just prefer not to do it through a bloated, corrupt, and inefficient government.

    Quote Originally Posted by jpn View Post
    Jesus had real contempt for hypocrites. The definition of a hypocrite is one who pretends to follow in Jesus's path while making a mockery of what he taught.
    I've got an article you need to read about the Democrat's UNBIBLICAL Redistribution of Wealth scheme:

    "Although giving and charity are commanded by the Lord, nowhere in the Bible does it say that giving must first be filtered through a bloated and inefficient government bureaucracy. The Bible says that a man shall reap what he sows, but it doesn’t say we should live off of what other people sow. What’s more, Scripture teaches that if a man does not work, he shall not eat (2 Thessalonians 3:10). Scripture also commands us not to covet what belongs to our neighbor:

    “You shall not covet your neighbor’s house. You shall not covet your neighbor’s wife, or his male or female servant, his ox or donkey, or anything that belongs to your neighbor.” Exodus 20:17

    Redistribution of Wealth is, at its core, a radical left wing economic scheme centered in greed and covetousness for other people’s money, rather than exercising personal responsibility and earning it one’s self."

    Obama vs. the Bible – Redistribution of Wealth « The Righter Report

    It is America’s men and women of wealth, imbued with religious and civic responsibility, who have served as the greatest patrons of the civic infrastructure, be it hospitals, libraries, museums, the arts, or the charitable United Way. England once had those patrons, but they went away as redistribution of wealth came in.

    The primary theme of the Bible is individual responsibility, not entitlement and dependency.
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    Re: Will you vote for Hillary as ourr next President?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ironfist View Post
    You just made a partisan comment. Case closed.
    I am talking to a blind partisan. I suppose you could call that a 'partisan comment'. My initial comment was "You are who the parties THRIVE on."

    Guess you wanted to ignore that, huh?

    Look...I EXPECT people like you. We have an unfortunate number of you represented in both parties. but you are to be expected. many have already pledged their undying support for a steaming pile of **** with a D next it. Openly. HAPPILY.



    Sadly.

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    Re: Will you vote for Hillary as ourr next President?

    Quote Originally Posted by VanceMack View Post
    I am talking to a blind partisan. I suppose you could call that a 'partisan comment'. My initial comment was "You are who the parties THRIVE on."

    Guess you wanted to ignore that, huh?

    Look...I EXPECT people like you. We have an unfortunate number of you represented in both parties. but you are to be expected. many have already pledged their undying support for a steaming pile of **** with a D next it. Openly. HAPPILY.

    Sadly.
    Don't get mad at me. You made a partisan comment about Democrats. To late. That case is closed.

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    Re: Will you vote for Hillary as ourr next President?

    Originally Posted by Logicman
    You folks want to get into this more then I recommend you start a thread on it. This thread is about Hillary, who is an incompetent and corrupt, scandal-ridden liar.
    Quote Originally Posted by jpn View Post
    M'kay. I guess that's why she was elected to be a US Senator. Twice.
    She got elected largely on the coattails of her corrupt and misogynistic husband.


    Quote Originally Posted by jpn View Post

    I guess that you think everyone's a stupid jerk except you, who possesses the hard-won knowledge you earned from listening to nothing but Rush Limbaugh and watching nothing but Fox "News."
    Hey, if Hillary is the best you guys can come up with, then I feel very sorry for you, and America.

    p.s. She got caught in another lie yesterday, trying to tell people all her grandparents were immigrants, when only one of the four were. The woman apparently can't tell the truth.
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    Re: Will you vote for Hillary as ourr next President?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ironfist View Post
    Don't get mad at me. You made a partisan comment about Democrats. To late. That case is closed.
    No...I made an honest comment about blind partisans. I also made an honest comment about certain self proclaimed democrats and their affinity for voting for steaming piles of **** with a D next to their names. Case closed

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    Re: Will you vote for Hillary as our next President? [W:302]

    Quote Originally Posted by Fearandloathing View Post
    You mean like Harry Reid slandering Romney on the floor of the senate? Like Obama walking into office and declaring all Republicans "enemies"?

    Or like our pal Reid again calling Republicans "terrorists". Personally I thought "jihadist" really captured the true spirit of respect for an opponent.

    Or how about the laughing fit over a brown infant among the Romney's, playing "Mexican" music for senator Ted Cruz.

    Another favorite has been "slut" hurled at Sarah Palin, "whore" was admirable as well as is the fact any given day we might see some moron creating a thread about her family.

    When it comes to high moral ground on "undignified" the Democrats are looking up, way up.
    What was the Reid slander of Romney? Obama didn't go to office calling the repubs enemies, he said he wanted to work with them. Obama attended an early repub congressional luncheon and was attacked by them, and he calmly answered their questions with facts, turned the meeting on them, he told them "guys, this is not a campaign stop, I actually have the facts", and they never invited him back. Then there was the Mitch McConnell line, our only job is to ensure Obama is a one term president, implicit in that is that was the goal even beyond doing what is right for the nation if it requires bipartisan support.

    Your laughing fit did not come from the dem leadership, the way Boehner and McConnell have disrespectfully slammed Obama. Nobody in the dem leadership has called Palin a slut, nor mentioned her family issues. What happens far below the party leadership is gross and disrespectful, but it happens on both sides. But it is not and has not been pervasive on the dem leadership the way it has on the repub leadership.

    Show me your plan that will work, and explain why it will work, and I may vote for you. Romney and McCain had their opportunity, and they failed.

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    Re: Will you vote for Hillary as our next President? [W:302]

    Quote Originally Posted by finebead View Post
    What was the Reid slander of Romney? Obama didn't go to office calling the repubs enemies, he said he wanted to work with them. Obama attended an early repub congressional luncheon and was attacked by them, and he calmly answered their questions with facts, turned the meeting on them, he told them "guys, this is not a campaign stop, I actually have the facts", and they never invited him back. Then there was the Mitch McConnell line, our only job is to ensure Obama is a one term president, implicit in that is that was the goal even beyond doing what is right for the nation if it requires bipartisan support.

    Your laughing fit did not come from the dem leadership, the way Boehner and McConnell have disrespectfully slammed Obama. Nobody in the dem leadership has called Palin a slut, nor mentioned her family issues. What happens far below the party leadership is gross and disrespectful, but it happens on both sides. But it is not and has not been pervasive on the dem leadership the way it has on the repub leadership.

    Show me your plan that will work, and explain why it will work, and I may vote for you. Romney and McCain had their opportunity, and they failed.


    Reid? You don't remember him standing up in the senate and declaring that Romney had not paid his taxes? Said he was a tax cheat! He could not be sued and knew it, as all senators are protected. He even gloated about the filthy and deliberate lie when announcing his long over due retirement.

    You NOT knowing that tells me all I need to know...didn't read the rest of the "liberal' apoligetica
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    Re: Will you vote for Hillary as ourr next President?

    Quote Originally Posted by Logicman View Post
    This is how duplicitous and corrupt Hillary Clinton is. The Clintons always think they're above the law and above oversight.

    She ignored the letter.

    Congress first asked Hillary Clinton about personal email use in 2012, letter shows | Fox News

    And she's the hope of the Democratic Party. Pathetic.
    I thought there was such a thing as contempt of congress? I guess not for a Clinton, eh? Goes back to support the position that Hillary isn't going to answer any questions she doesn't want to answer, regardless. Yeah, this will sure lead to her being held accountable. (/sarcasm)

    A great big step backwards on the important road to hold ALL elected officials accountable.
    It's a global Jihad, stupid. Allowing that poison into the country is only going to increase the damage it inflicts on others.
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    Re: Will you vote for Hillary as our next President? [W:302]

    Quote Originally Posted by Fearandloathing View Post
    Reid? You don't remember him standing up in the senate and declaring that Romney had not paid his taxes? Said he was a tax cheat! He could not be sued and knew it, as all senators are protected. He even gloated about the filthy and deliberate lie when announcing his long over due retirement.

    You NOT knowing that tells me all I need to know...didn't read the rest of the "liberal' apoligetica
    I did not recall, but now I remember. The difference between you and me is that as an independent, I can say, Harry Reid was wrong and his statement was shameful. You are apparently not objective and therefore unwilling to say that anything your beloved repubs say is shameful.

    What is important about it, is that they have failed to capture the white house very much since 1992, and it is their mean spiritedness that has put off americans, along with THEIR failure to deliver. They criticize the dems more than they talk up their own plan. If they want to win an election, they need to change their approach. Stop the hyper criticality and show us why they should have another chance after the debacle of the Bush 43 presidency, unnecessary war in Iraq, $50 billion a year Medicare Part D bill with no plan to pay for it, and a financial crisis in the US in the eighth year of Bush's admin. Just criticizing the dems is not going to make me believe in them again.

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