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Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?

Posted by Olog-hai on Mon Feb 27 17:09:04 2012, in response to Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?, posted by JayZeeBMT on Sun Feb 26 08:29:29 2012.

Oh please . . . filled with anti-Israel propaganda.

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Re: GOP Super Zogby: LOLwut?

Posted by RockParkMan on Mon Feb 27 17:40:58 2012, in response to Re: GOP Super Zogby: LOLwut?, posted by Olog-hai on Mon Feb 27 17:03:40 2012.

The UN needs to invstigate the connection between M.I.6 and Slobodan Milosovic. Then ACT!!!

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Re: GOP Super Zogby: LOLwut?

Posted by Olog-hai on Mon Feb 27 17:44:22 2012, in response to Re: GOP Super Zogby: LOLwut?, posted by RockParkMan on Mon Feb 27 17:40:58 2012.

There you go with open antisemitism again, giving the UN Islamic dictators' club legitimacy.

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Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?

Posted by JayMan on Tue Feb 28 09:38:52 2012, in response to Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?, posted by Fred G on Sun Feb 26 09:07:44 2012.

I'm sooooo hoping for Santorum to become the nominee...

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Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?

Posted by GP38/R42 Chris on Tue Feb 28 09:46:15 2012, in response to Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?, posted by JayMan on Tue Feb 28 09:38:52 2012.

Then you must hate your country (since you apparently don't like him). I don't understand the concept, as once the person is the candidate they have a chance of becoming president. I would want the best candidate the Democrats have to offer vs the best the Republicans have to offer.

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Re: Re: ality gap

Posted by JayMan on Tue Feb 28 10:24:35 2012, in response to Re: Re: ality gap, posted by JayZeeBMT on Sun Feb 26 18:02:47 2012.

LOL, I told my gf that just after I typed it here. She knows what I mean.

In the words of the TLC song "Crazy, Sexy, Cool," some women are cool...

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Re: Re: ality gap

Posted by JayMan on Tue Feb 28 10:31:09 2012, in response to Re: Re: ality gap, posted by bingbong on Sun Feb 26 18:01:23 2012.

I think we've got a misunderstanding of what I'm getting at. I'm not trying to defend Santorum or the Catholics in their war on contraceptives. I support contraception; my gf and I use it. Rather I'm trying to say that well-off, educated people (of all races) shouldn't hold back on having as many children as they'd like to and can support because they feel they are doing there part to curb "overpopulation" In reality, all they are doing is consigning future generations to suffer in a world with proportionally fewer bright people to take care of it. We're in agreement on every other issue here.

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Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?

Posted by JayMan on Tue Feb 28 10:38:53 2012, in response to Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?, posted by GP38/R42 Chris on Tue Feb 28 09:46:15 2012.

The best the Republicans have to offer (which, really, is Mitt Romney) sucks. In that case, I would want the best man for the job (Obama) to have the best chance to win, which is greatly improved if Santorum is the nominee.

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Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?

Posted by JayMan on Tue Feb 28 10:43:37 2012, in response to Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?, posted by GP38/R42 Chris on Tue Feb 28 09:46:15 2012.

Put another way, the small risk of Santorum becoming President is worth averting the much larger risk of Romney becoming President, in the case one of those becomes the nominee...

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Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?

Posted by GP38/R42 Chris on Tue Feb 28 11:11:27 2012, in response to Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?, posted by JayMan on Tue Feb 28 10:38:53 2012.

That's not what can happen though. It's very likely the Republicans "can" win, either candidate. If you chose the lesser one, you put him in a position to win. That is NOT good for the country.

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Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?

Posted by GP38/R42 Chris on Tue Feb 28 11:11:58 2012, in response to Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?, posted by JayMan on Tue Feb 28 10:43:37 2012.

It's not at all a "small" risk.

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Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?

Posted by JayMan on Tue Feb 28 11:19:13 2012, in response to Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?, posted by GP38/R42 Chris on Tue Feb 28 11:11:27 2012.

The chance that Santorum could win the Presidency is virtually nil. (How many independentsówho really decide the electionócan you see voting for him?) Romney has only a small chance as well, but unfortunately, not a trivially small one...

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Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?

Posted by GP38/R42 Chris on Tue Feb 28 11:33:40 2012, in response to Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?, posted by JayMan on Tue Feb 28 11:19:13 2012.

LOL. If he's the candidate, there's plenty chance he can win. First off, lots can happen between now and November - good or bad for either candidate, whether it be Obama, or one of the Republican candidates. Once you put him in a position to win, he CAN win. You better hope that the candidate chosen is the best of the choices, as either the Democrat or the Republican can win.

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Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?

Posted by Spider-Pig on Tue Feb 28 11:38:22 2012, in response to Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?, posted by GP38/R42 Chris on Tue Feb 28 11:11:58 2012.

It is a small risk. Not enough people are insane or brainwashed enough to vote for Santorum.

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Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?

Posted by Spider-Pig on Tue Feb 28 11:39:41 2012, in response to Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?, posted by GP38/R42 Chris on Tue Feb 28 11:33:40 2012.

Obama could be discovered to be someone who kills puppies for fun and he'd still beat Santorum.

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Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?

Posted by bingbong on Tue Feb 28 11:43:57 2012, in response to Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?, posted by GP38/R42 Chris on Tue Feb 28 11:11:27 2012.

It's hardly likely if it's Sanitotrium. Just the social issues alone will hound him (not to mention "man on dog"?), putting off women in particular in droves. Then there's his voting record which puts off republicans. Witness his recent popularity dip. That's a result of "one for the team" a comment he was actually booed for in the last debate.

He's actually the ideal candidate for the fall...

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Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?

Posted by GP38/R42 Chris on Tue Feb 28 11:50:22 2012, in response to Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?, posted by Spider-Pig on Tue Feb 28 11:39:41 2012.

No. That's wishful thinking on your part.

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Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?

Posted by GP38/R42 Chris on Tue Feb 28 11:51:25 2012, in response to Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?, posted by bingbong on Tue Feb 28 11:43:57 2012.

He's actually the ideal candidate for the fall...


Amazing how you extremists put politics before your country.

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Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?

Posted by Spider-Pig on Tue Feb 28 11:53:00 2012, in response to Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?, posted by GP38/R42 Chris on Tue Feb 28 11:50:22 2012.

No, it's not. It's facts. You are far from being "moderate."

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Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?

Posted by Spider-Pig on Tue Feb 28 11:53:36 2012, in response to Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?, posted by GP38/R42 Chris on Tue Feb 28 11:51:25 2012.

No. It's called tactical voting and is a legitimate way of navigating a ridiculous electoral system.

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Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?

Posted by bingbong on Tue Feb 28 11:55:54 2012, in response to Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?, posted by GP38/R42 Chris on Tue Feb 28 11:51:25 2012.

That IS putting the country before politics. It's also being friendly to animals.





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Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?

Posted by GP38/R42 Chris on Tue Feb 28 11:55:59 2012, in response to Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?, posted by Spider-Pig on Tue Feb 28 11:53:00 2012.

LOL. Okay.

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Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?

Posted by bingbong on Tue Feb 28 12:05:08 2012, in response to Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?, posted by JayMan on Tue Feb 28 10:43:37 2012.

That's true.....and could only be possible if the economy falters towards the fall.

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Re: Re: ality gap

Posted by bingbong on Tue Feb 28 12:12:25 2012, in response to Re: Re: ality gap, posted by JayMan on Tue Feb 28 10:31:09 2012.

Higher income, higher educated people have fewer children because:

They want to provide better for the children they have.

The couple is likely to be near or over 30 when starting a family, and the risks involved for both mother and child increase with age.

The more children she has, the harder it is for a mother to hold down her own job.

Basically,being tied down to raising a lot of children is a repression it and of itself, and many do not want to live that way.

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Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?

Posted by JayMan on Tue Feb 28 12:12:57 2012, in response to Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?, posted by bingbong on Tue Feb 28 12:05:08 2012.

Which because of the gas thing is a real possibility. This would give Romney a chance to win, which is why I want Santorum to avert that possibility.

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Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?

Posted by bingbong on Tue Feb 28 12:21:17 2012, in response to Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?, posted by JayMan on Tue Feb 28 12:12:57 2012.

Same here. Plus it'll be a whole lot more fun with man on dog instead of dog on car.

As to the gas thing,people need to comprehend that we now have 4 major economies (Europe, China,India, USA) competing for the available resources. Once they get the issues WRT XL straight, that will do nothing since the oil will go to China since they're willing to pay more for it.

The best bet for the time being is natural gas heating and fuel efficient hybrid vehicles, along with a LOT of investment in alternative energy. Save the oil for trains and planes, as neither runs well on alternatives....yet..

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Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?

Posted by JayMan on Tue Feb 28 12:51:40 2012, in response to Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?, posted by bingbong on Tue Feb 28 12:21:17 2012.

Same here. Plus it'll be a whole lot more fun with man on dog instead of dog on car.

It'll be an entertainment bonanza if Santorum is the nominee! That chance might convince me to start praying.

As to the gas thing,people need to comprehend that we now have 4 major economies (Europe, China,India, USA) competing for the available resources. Once they get the issues WRT XL straight, that will do nothing since the oil will go to China since they're willing to pay more for it.

Hehe you have too much faith in the people. The people like punish whoever is in office, regardless of party, when the economy is sour (read: when their personal economy is sour). High gas doesn't help with that, and that alone may be enough to sway some voters away from Obama, sadly.

The best bet for the time being is natural gas heating

Which means more fracking, though...

and fuel efficient hybrid vehicles

Tesla is the dark horse. If they can pump out a decent, roomy car in their projected $30,000 range as planned with the Bluestar, they will see a lot of sales, even with the battery/charging limitations being what they are at the moment. Once they get the Bluestar on showroom floors, they need to get a push for more high-voltage/high-current charging stations installed in more places.

along with a LOT of investment in alternative energy.

Nuclear is the way to go in the long-term (with perhaps solar in the very long-term). All the generation IV designs mitigate the problems that currently plague nuclear plants, particularly meltdown and radioactive waste, but without more approval and construction of new reactors, we may never get there.

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Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?

Posted by SMAZ on Tue Feb 28 13:52:30 2012, in response to Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?, posted by JayMan on Tue Feb 28 09:38:52 2012.

I'll be voting for him.

I mean, look at it from an IQ standpoint.

A Northern Italian vs a Kenyan.

'nuff said.

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Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?

Posted by SMAZ on Tue Feb 28 13:56:17 2012, in response to Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?, posted by Spider-Pig on Tue Feb 28 11:39:41 2012.

Obama can show up the debate with Santorum wearing a Mao Suit and openly flash a NAMBLA membership card and still win in a landslide.

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Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?

Posted by AEM-7AC #901 on Tue Feb 28 15:07:23 2012, in response to Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?, posted by SMAZ on Tue Feb 28 13:52:30 2012.

A Northern Italian vs a Kenyan.

So it's two Africans running against each other, your point? At least Obama is half-African... :-)

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Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?

Posted by AEM-7AC #901 on Tue Feb 28 15:13:11 2012, in response to Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?, posted by JayMan on Tue Feb 28 12:51:40 2012.

Nuclear is the way to go in the long-term

Nuclear in the long term with new plants and reprocessed waste, subsidize solar panels on homes for additional electrical generation, wind where feasible, and aim for coal and natural gas liquefaction as a transportation fuel. And in the long-term, a shift away from current auto-oriented planning, and more toward public transport friendly forms.



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Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?

Posted by SelkirkTMO on Tue Feb 28 17:05:54 2012, in response to Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?, posted by GP38/R42 Chris on Tue Feb 28 09:46:15 2012.

But Sanitorium *is* the best that republicans have to offer. That's why he keeps winning. :)

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Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?

Posted by JayZeeBMT on Tue Feb 28 18:28:43 2012, in response to Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?, posted by SelkirkTMO on Tue Feb 28 17:05:54 2012.

Santorum is the only reminder the electorate should ever need about the importance of keeping frightening demagogues OUT of public office.

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Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?

Posted by SelkirkTMO on Tue Feb 28 18:36:02 2012, in response to Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?, posted by JayZeeBMT on Tue Feb 28 18:28:43 2012.

Anybody who makes Googleron look sane is OK in my book. There's hope even Olog can get elected after this assclown. :)

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Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?

Posted by SMAZ on Tue Feb 28 18:36:46 2012, in response to Re: GOP Super Tuesday: LOLwut?, posted by JayZeeBMT on Tue Feb 28 18:28:43 2012.



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