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Old 06-03-2008, 06:24 PM   #31
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I wasn't alive for Hoover but I was for Jimmy Carter and all the adults around me were ready to revolt if he had been reelected. There's no way he would have survived a second term. He was positively reviled. Also, Bush will not face an impeachment hearing which is something Clinton, Nixon, and Johnson couldn't say. In addition, James Buchanan, who was an homosexual, allowed the country to slip to the brink of civil war, so your history is off.
Just because Bush didn't face impeachment doesn't mean he SHOULDN'T. He managed to worm out of that due to a lack of intestinal fortitude by the Dems. My history is not "off". I suppose you believe Pearl Harbor was a "surprise attack" and that Oswald acted alone. Mine is a matter of opinion based on fact. Gee...you would't be a ....republican that voted for Bush would you? Hoover was mentioned as an example, not ultimate definition. Were there other bad presidents? Of course. None, however, could possibly have been as braindead and dogmatic as the current President Fuckhead.
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I wasn't alive for Hoover but I was for Jimmy Carter and all the adults around me were ready to revolt if he had been reelected. There's no way he would have survived a second term. He was positively reviled. Also, Bush will not face an impeachment hearing which is something Clinton, Nixon, and Johnson couldn't say. In addition, James Buchanan, who was an homosexual, allowed the country to slip to the brink of civil war, so your history is off.
All I'm gonna say about this is what does being gay have to do with how well you run the country?

I'm hoping you aren't trying to make a connection between him being gay and being a shitty president?
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Just because Bush didn't face impeachment doesn't mean he SHOULDN'T. He managed to worm out of that due to a lack of intestinal fortitude by the Dems. My history is not "off". I suppose you believe Pearl Harbor was a "surprise attack" and that Oswald acted alone. Mine is a matter of opinion based on fact. Gee...you would't be a ....republican that voted for Bush would you? Hoover was mentioned as an example, not ultimate definition. Were there other bad presidents? Of course. None, however, could possibly have been as braindead and dogmatic as the current President Fuckhead.
What law did he break that should have gotten him impeached
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What law did he break that should have gotten him impeached
This will go nowhere. We already had at least one thread all about this in the past that was highly unproductive
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QUOTE=steveo395;451206]What law did he break that should have gotten him impeached[/QUOTE]
startling. just startling.
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I am a Bush basher and was against going to Iraq in the first instance, but I think many people incorrectly think that the GOP has a monopoly on deceit, manipulation, fear mongering, etc. For whatever reason, so many Dems seem to think that their own sh*t doesn't stink. To me, the stench of Dem and Repub pooh stinks equally. It just happens that we are currently up to our eyes in Repub feces. I am waiting for the Dems to get into office so they can take a dump on our faces.

And no....I do not have a pooh fetish.

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Old 06-04-2008, 12:15 PM   #37
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I am a Bush basher and was against going to Iraq in the first instance, but I think many people incorrectly think that the GOP has a monopoly on deceit, manipulation, fear mongering, etc. For whatever reason, so many Dems seem to think that their own sh*t doesn't stink. To me, the stench of Dem and Repub pooh stinks equally. It just happens that we are currently up to our eyes in Repub feces. I am waiting for the Dems to get into office so they can take a dump on our faces.

And no....I do not have a pooh fetish.
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startling. just startling.
Good comeback?

Stick to football, dude.
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Just because Bush didn't face impeachment doesn't mean he SHOULDN'T. He managed to worm out of that due to a lack of intestinal fortitude by the Dems. My history is not "off". I suppose you believe Pearl Harbor was a "surprise attack" and that Oswald acted alone. Mine is a matter of opinion based on fact. Gee...you would't be a ....republican that voted for Bush would you? Hoover was mentioned as an example, not ultimate definition. Were there other bad presidents? Of course. None, however, could possibly have been as braindead and dogmatic as the current President Fuckhead.
Dude, I think Asian American is the preferred nomenclature. But to your points:

1. The Democrats do lack intestinal fortitude, but they also lack even a sniff of a rationale for impeachment. You have to have something.

2. I think a strong case can be made that someone must have at least had an inclination that the Japanese were about to move. However, wouldn't that mean that you should have cited Roosevelt instead of Hoover? Hoover was incompetent in the face of economic crisis, but he never engaged in that sort of deceit.

3. Indeed, I do believe that Oswald acted alone.

4. While I am not formally affiliated with the Republican Party, I have only voted for two Democrats in my life. The first time was an accident. In those days the ballots in Virginia did not identify the candidates by party and this guy sure sounded like a Republican. The second time was in the recent primary when I cast my vote for HRC. And, before you accuse me of doing Limbaugh's bidding, I thought of it first. Sort of. In 2000 a lot of Liberals here voted strategically for McCain and I merely followed their excellent example.
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Dude, I think Asian American is the preferred nomenclature. But to your points:

1. The Democrats do lack intestinal fortitude, but they also lack even a sniff of a rationale for impeachment. You have to have something.

2. I think a strong case can be made that someone must have at least had an inclination that the Japanese were about to move. However, wouldn't that mean that you should have cited Roosevelt instead of Hoover? Hoover was incompetent in the face of economic crisis, but he never engaged in that sort of deceit.

3. Indeed, I do believe that Oswald acted alone.

4. While I am not formally affiliated with the Republican Party, I have only voted for two Democrats in my life. The first time was an accident. In those days the ballots in Virginia did not identify the candidates by party and this guy sure sounded like a Republican. The second time was in the recent primary when I cast my vote for HRC. And, before you accuse me of doing Limbaugh's bidding, I thought of it first. Sort of. In 2000 a lot of Liberals here voted strategically for McCain and I merely followed their excellent example.
Once again...Hoover was a random example. Not a specific citation. Watch the Zapruder film and take a physics class. And...if you want a toe, I can get you a toe. I can get you a toe by 2 o'clock.
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Once again...Hoover was a random example. Not a specific citation. Watch the Zapruder film and take a physics class. And...if you want a toe, I can get you a toe. I can get you a toe by 2 o'clock.
That's interesting, man.

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Not a specific citation. Watch the Zapruder film and take a physics class.
What does this even mean?

Are you implying that an understanding of physics would prove to someone that Kennedy was killed via conspiracy? Do you even know what you are talking about? I dare you to find one reputable, REPUTABLE, source who has done any scientific research into this topic who claims that Kennedy was killed by someone other than Oswald. I will find you numerous others to the contrary. Sure there are a bunch of crackpot semi-scientists who do this and that and bellow on about the grassy knoll but when sujected to rigorous scientific experiment it has been shown that not only was it possible for Oswald to have been the lone shooter it was actually almost impossible for him to have not been. There have been scientifically conducting recreations which exactly recreated the bullet trajectories into Kennedy and the governor.
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What does this even mean?

Are you implying that an understanding of physics would prove to someone that Kennedy was killed via conspiracy? Do you even know what you are talking about? I dare you to find one reputable, REPUTABLE, source who has done any scientific research into this topic who claims that Kennedy was killed by someone other than Oswald. I will find you numerous others to the contrary. Sure there are a bunch of crackpot semi-scientists who do this and that and bellow on about the grassy knoll but when sujected to rigorous scientific experiment it has been shown that not only was it possible for Oswald to have been the lone shooter it was actually almost impossible for him to have not been. There have been scientifically conducting recreations which exactly recreated the bullet trajectories into Kennedy and the governor.
Going through High School, I was basically taught that the Warren Commission did a questionable job, and that one would be foolish to believe that Oswald acted alone.

I've actually never seen any specific evidence on one side or the other. Obviously, lots of public educators have agendas in today's day and age, but I never saw any benefit to proving a JFK conspiracy.

Do you know of any possible reason that a conspiracy proof could help support liberal viewpoint of the JFK assassination? I'm very curious, but I can't really see any motive to distort the truth here...which is exactly what is being done in public schools.
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I am a Bush basher and was against going to Iraq in the first instance, but I think many people incorrectly think that the GOP has a monopoly on deceit, manipulation, fear mongering, etc. For whatever reason, so many Dems seem to think that their own sh*t doesn't stink. To me, the stench of Dem and Repub pooh stinks equally. It just happens that we are currently up to our eyes in Repub feces. I am waiting for the Dems to get into office so they can take a dump on our faces.

And no....I do not have a pooh fetish.
Huh, coulda fooled me. My guess was that you're a clinically depressed fecophiliac on prozac.
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