I thought saying "you people" was off-limits?
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Ok, loco, and what do you call this:"centerish, back to 1985? We are in 2013. That's 28 YEARS later." What is that saying about glass houses? Since you can pull up an article about a blogger going on a red site, how about the multiple bloggers that were mentioned in the Gitit's blog? There were a whole lot more than one. Now, since you are here, could you please find out who just took over BDGI's blog. The last post is another person. This has been the tag-team blog for the past couple of weeks or more. It is obvious from the difference in writing style and the difference in intelligence levels that the hateful bdgi is not blogging now. So, who is the new bdgi and why do they blog from out of state? At least dusty is from Mandan. We have the right wing attack bloggers groups right here in river city.
"Despite being nothing like what I portrayed on the blog I will say that I was no more extreme than a lot of others there. My only advantage was that of being able to write a coherent English sentence."
Yes, Virginia, people pretend. They cheat, lie, extort, take advantage, belittle, obscure. You name the activity, people have done it.
Is this a newsflash or something?
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"At one point, some of the other bloggers that I was engaging in flame wars with started discussing who I was and one person even openly speculated that I was a liberal trying to incite hate and discontent, which was totally true. I berated them with hurt feelings etc...."
billygitmo, that was an interesting tidbit about Fox. Now here's one from Daily Kos:
9-25-13 "I've never revealed this publicly before, but I blogged on Redstate for awhile and actually made it to the top of their rec list for a couple of days. I portrayed myself as a rabidly religious fundamentalist and I got a lot of attention. During the Republican primaries I advocated the nomination of the religious conservatives eventually encouraging the nomination of Santorum...."
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"Loco, I am sorry that I had to break it down so that you could comprehend it..."
Well, now you're just patronizing me, centerish.
Loco, I am sorry that I had to break it down so that you could comprehend it. I will type slower next time so that you don't have so much trouble understanding the printed word.
To show a pattern, loco, I used an older example of Republican lies and then proceeded to follow up with current republican lies on Veterans. This ran from Reagan to Bush to the current Republicans who continue to cut things from the Veterans but will fight to the death to keep the Big Oil subsidies, huge tax breaks for the rich, and anything big corporations want. It shows a pattern of lies and deceit from the Republicans on Veterans issues. It is just a part of the big lies spread by Republicans so their tea party followers have something to hang on to.
"The latest CNN/ORC survey finds 54% of Americans believe it’s a bad thing that Republicans control the House of Representatives. And more than six in 10 Americans say House Speaker John Boehner should be replaced."
centerish, back to 1985? We are in 2013. That's 28 YEARS later.
Talk about holding political grudges...
Republicans are NO MATCH for this kind of...what IS the word I'm looking for...yes, it will do here...for this kind of hatred of an opposing party.
Have a great Monday, centerish
"Oh, and bdgi is a runaway chicken."
This leftist comment is so typical. What could I return?
I think it's better than being a runaway turkey. Do you know how much damage those birds can cause?
That was fun...
raj, Dems have forever used the phrase "you can't legislate morality."
If Obamacare is supposed to be so "good" and "fair" for everyone, why isn't that a considerable example of "legislating morality?"
"The Bush tax GIFT's were extended when the Republicans blackmailed the Administration into extending it by withholding approval of an extension of the unemployment benefits at Christmas time."
centerish, if you believe this assertion, especially that "blackmail" part, then you are the biggest administration apologist on this forum.
Did or did not President Obama have the use of his hand in order to sign the legislation? He signed it; he owns it. At least that is the liberal standard applied to EVERY Republican clear back to Reagan. Why is there no standard at all for Democrats?
If people want to throw the word "blackmail" around, perhaps it could be used in describing some of the recent activity in DC, huh?
I'll do your post for you, centerish...
"The Reps blackmailed the Dems and the president...until they didn't get their way."
Saved you a few words off your keyboard. You're welcome.
raji: "loco---An attempt at neutering the opposition? Thanks anyway, I call'm like I see 'em.
"Tolerance for some, not for all."
If my little posts was to be considered an attempt at "neutering the opposition," it seems to have been most feeble indeed.
Keep up the hyperbole and jargon as it suits your purpose, raj, and have a great Monday.
8, 9, 10, You're OUT, bdgi!
You want more, Knucklehead? There is tons out there. Oh, and by the way, it is estimated that the services to the veterans from the effects of the Liar Iraq war will be over three trillion and I am sure the republicans will be against that. Such a loser you are.
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Bush Administration opposed plan to give National Guard and Reserve Members access to health insurance. Despite the war efforts of America's National Guard and Reserve Members, the Bush Administration announced in October 2003 its formal opposition to give the 1.2 million Guard and Reserve members the right to buy health care coverage through the Pentagon's health plan. One out of every five Guard members lacks health insurance. ("Bush Opposes Health Plan for National Guard," Gannett News Service, October 23, 2003)
Bush Administration proposal would end health care benefits for 173,000 veterans. More than 173,000 veterans across the country would be cut off from health care because of Bush Administration proposed budget cuts and its plan requiring enrollment fees and higher out-of-pocket costs. ("Support for Troops Questioned," Washington Post, June 17, 2003)
Bush Administration cuts $172 million allotted for educating the children of military personnel. The Bush Administration's 2004 budget cut $172 million of impact aid funding. Impact aid funding assists school districts by making up for lost local tax revenue from tax-exempt property, such as military bases. These education cuts will especially affect school-age children of troops serving in Iraq who reside on military bases. ("Support for Troops Questioned," Washington Post, June 17, 2003)
Bush Administration cuts $1.5 billion from military family housing. The Bush Administration cut $1.5 billion for military family housing, despite Department of Defense statistics showing that in 83,000 barracks and 128,860 family housing units across the country are below standard. ("Nothing But Lip Service," Army Times, June 30, 2003; "House Appropriations Committee Approves $59.2 Million for Ft. Hood," U.S. Rep. Chet Edwards Press Release, June 17, 2003)
Bush II," Bush Administration budget cuts force more than 200,000 veterans to wait for health care. Over 200,000 United States veterans have to wait more than six months for a medical visit because of health care shortages. ("VA Health Care Funding Alert," Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States Press Release, January 31, 2003)
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Bush II, " Bush Administration underfunded veterans' health care by $2 billion. The Bush Administration's 2004 budget underfunded veterans' health care by nearly $2 billion. ("Vets Health Low on Bush's Priority List," The Hill, September 17, 2003; "Support for Troops Questioned," Washington Post, June 17, 2003; U.S. Department of Veterans' Affairs, September 2002)
"The March 25, 1985, memo from the DoD office of general counsel, which only recently came to light, gave Defense health officials a green light to restrain military disability ratings without a change in law." Just the start of Republican destruction of military benefits.
As with all of your other posts, your post on the tax cut extension is only partly correct. It is a fact that the Republicans held the unemployed middle class HOSTAGE so they could continue the tax cuts to the rich. Yes, they also held the payroll tax hostage too, just to get more millions to the rich. Romney proved that by paying only 13% in taxes on $24 million in earnings. You have nothing, bdgi, you provide nothing, and you show your infantile behavior with your hate postings.
You still don't have a clue, bdgi, and your posts show how little you really know about anything. You cannot comprehend things that are written out in plain English. I stated facts about the Veterans and all you can do is try to twist statements and put material in that is not there. It is a fact that Republicans have cut Veterans programs back to the 80's of Reagan and have voted in just this past year on two occasions to cut veterans benefits. They also tried to cut funds that would have helped to speed up the process of qualifying veterans for disability payments. Republicans are only superficial when it comes to supporting veterans. As to the has beens and never was people who were at the WWII memorial, that was a joke. The Republican party was the party who voted to cut the funding for the workers. Palin-the half governor/quitter from Alaska and the crazy Cruz are speaking for nothing because they represent nothing.
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