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Old 02-11-2008, 03:50 PM   #61
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Is it your position that all Democrats ARE bad people? I was trying to be generous.
Yes, lets just judge everyone by their political affiliations. So you're being generous by saying that most democrats are bad people but they're some who aren't?
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so because one republican senator was caught in a bathroom, they are all?
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so because one republican senator was caught in a bathroom, they are all?
You know all Republican senators are closet cases.
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Here's some more on Romney... and how he is a huge douchebag.


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i think, for the most part, all people serving in political office mean the best. their views get skewered by money and power. and some by their own parties agenda. we need to over look the , " if a republican said it, it must be right" mentality. this also goes for the democrats. all i know is, whoever takes over running this great country, they have one helluva a mess to clean up
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I'm kind of glad McCain is so far ahead. I don't think Huckabee can catch up that dude doesn't believe in anything. He doesn't believe in gay marriage which many people don't and I can get with that. But he doesn't even wanna allow civil unions and then compares 2 gay people being together as similar to beastiality. He doesn't believe in evolution or probably photosynthesis.

He'd probably suggest a constituational amendment against interracial marriage if he got the chance. I don't like McCain (Hell I'm a democrat, I'm not really for any Republican) But I'd rather see McCain anyday over Huckabee.
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Yes, lets just judge everyone by their political affiliations. So you're being generous by saying that most democrats are bad people but they're some who aren't?

I think I demonstrated by expressing my sadness at the passing of Lantos that I am capable of overlooking someone's party affilliation. But I think it's odd that you would expect a Republican to think that Democrats are good people. I certainly don't think that Democrats believe Republicans are good people. They're always accusing us of stealing from the poor, beating up gays, dragging blacks down the highway behind our pickup trucks while we sing aloing to Toby Keith. The whole thrust of Democratic politics is to portray themselves as forces of light, fighting against the evil forces of Republican darkness. So I feel I'm perfectly entitled to hold the same opinion in reverse.
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its really time for a democrat in the white house
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I think I demonstrated by expressing my sadness at the passing of Lantos that I am capable of overlooking someone's party affilliation. But I think it's odd that you would expect a Republican to think that Democrats are good people. I certainly don't think that Democrats believe Republicans are good people. They're always accusing us of stealing from the poor, beating up gays, dragging blacks down the highway behind our pickup trucks while we sing aloing to Toby Keith. The whole thrust of Democratic politics is to portray themselves as forces of light, fighting against the evil forces of Republican darkness. So I feel I'm perfectly entitled to hold the same opinion in reverse.
That's a pretty narrow way of handling it. That's like saying if someone killed my dog, I should be able to kill theirs in return. Kinda not the best way of looking at things. I believe Republicans are fine people so long as their main intent isn't on putting people down/getting rid of them (Gays, Blacks, etc) Democrats aren't free of blame either. But come on, its politics. Everyone lies, cheats and steals from everyone else. One of the reason things are so screwed up is because nobody wants to reach over the damn political lines and try to work together. This whole, you act like this towards me, so I'm gonna act like this towards you is part of the reason why the world is so ****ed up now. Is it that hard to just be civil towards one another? Nobody said you ever had to like them, just respect them so long as they respect you and if they don't you leave it alone. Not drag it through the mud.
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Nobody said you ever had to like them, just respect them so long as they respect you and if they don't you leave it alone. Not drag it through the mud.
If you want to play it that way, feel free.
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thinking the way you do is why nothing ever gets done in congress. no one will listen to another parties ideas, because their ideas came from the " opposition" hopefully Mr Obama will win, and try to unite our great country
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thinking the way you do is why nothing ever gets done in congress. no one will listen to another parties ideas, because their ideas came from the " opposition" hopefully Mr Obama will win, and try to unite our great country
Agreed. But you can't change primitive thinkers dmek, no point in trying to change it now. They're too set in their ways. People just love to push the other guy down when given a chance.

Can't hurt to try though, I suppose.
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thinking the way you do is why nothing ever gets done in congress. no one will listen to another parties ideas, because their ideas came from the " opposition" hopefully Mr Obama will win, and try to unite our great country
Do you think Obama is more likely than McCain to work across party lines? If you do, please explain why
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Do you think Obama is more likely than McCain to work across party lines? If you do, please explain why
I'm not saying anyone is more likely. (Even though I know you were addressing dmek). I feel like no matter who runs this country they have to be willing to reach across party lines from time to time to unite and be overall successful.

Although I don't agree with that 100 year war thing..
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From all the rhetoric I've been hearing amongst the candidates...

I really can't believe that anyone is going to literally bring all of the troops home within four years. A decrease in troops... maybe, but a total withdrawal seems unlikely to me.

I know it's a popular buzz topic that's been floating around, but I just can't make sense of it. The place is a wreck, and it would cause widespread chaos if we just straight up dipped out.

I'm not saying we should stay in Iraq 100 years... I'm just saying that I don't think it's likely any of the candidates will withdraw all of the troops within four... otherwise we'll be back in in even less time.
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