"Anybody here work for a poor person?" he asked during a recent speech.
Actually, you do, Senator Paul. 700,000 Kentuckians live in poverty.
LMAO!! That should tell you all you need to know about Conservatism. ROFL!!!
Polecatt. u r the biggest hypocrite. You tell me I'm just a stoner when I take you to task over "facts" so you have zero room to talk.
No complaints here. It is you who is whining, not me. Now go back to watching your animal abuse on ESPN44 or whatever lame channel still airs Rodeo... Yee Haw cowgirl , Yee Haw!
You moron, this is clearly copied and pasted...Quit trying to create an issue that doesn't exist to distract from you overt racism and bigotry. You have no credibility to lecture anyone about religion as you are clearly a hypocrite and an unrepentant fool. BTW, I love America... I despise what you like about America, but we are changing all that. If you don't like it, here is an idea... Win an election! ROFL!!!
So tell me, Mr. Christian...Do you think Jesus approves of your message?
Of course, because folks like you always resort to violence when they are shown how wrong and foolish they are. Contards have always assumed they hold the moral high ground until they run into a liberal who follows Christ and actually heeds HIS WORDS. Then they can't handle someone revealing that their whole little patriotic rodeo watching worlds are just a farce and a cover story for the real reality they deny. America is an Imperial Nation that goes to war at the drop of a hat and a good lie, we are a nation of bigots and racists, we are engulfed in a self inflicted gun culture (Lock and Load yourself) and we value business over people because of the worship of the almighty dollar. You bet we have different philosophies!!!!!
Do you mean like this post from you, hypocrite??? Take the log out of your own eye b4 you help me remove the splinter from my own….
dickw3939 • Dec 6, 2013 9:06 PM
You, elk are one stupid fool. You're damned right I'm patriotic and proud of iit. Tell me what the h*e*l*l you have done for my country, because it is certainly not yours.. You only seem to have disdain for it and if push ever comes to shove nobody could ever count on you. If you are not a communist you are the closest thing to it. All of a sudden the people are wising up to your kind and it obviously upsets you, well tough #$%$. There are many more like me just waiting to clean your clock. So go ahead and hide behind your keyboard you sniveling jjerk . If you don't like what I have o say put me on ignore. As for me I will continue to show you for the pompous a*s*s you are.
ps. Will you ever get tired of being wrong and begin to evolve as a human being?
I am a vegetarian, #$%$ boy. That was established here years ago. I have not eaten meat since 02, eleven years now and I feel and look great. BTW, telling the TRUTH about horrible conservatives is not abusive it's simply the right thing to do. Something you clearly wouldn't understand.
This is how Fox operates and Fraudz hear gleefully spreads this ridiculous propaganda. He is a sheep, it is his calling.
Like watching animals being abused at the Rodeo, or denying the right of marriage to those who love each other? Or maybe worshipping the almighty dollar and subsidizing corporations rather than food banks and mental health services? Or are you suggesting I buy am AR-15 and some targets with Obama's face on them? Or maybe you think I should be so simple minded as to hate a race or religion because they differ from mine? Are you saying if I adopted just a few of these conservative values and principles I could be a real man like you, dickyw? PASS…..I'd rather eat glass.
When Conservatives Branded Nelson Mandela A Terrorist
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#$%$ Cheney, Vice President of the United States.
#$%$ Cheney, Vice President of the United States. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
With the passing of President Nelson Mandela—arguably the most transformative world figure of the last century—our nation’s airwaves are awash in soaring and well deserved testimonials from all sides of the American political spectrum. While the memorials are both heartwarming and sad, the loss of Mandela has also resulted in a great many conversations providing important historical perspective and context via the media coverage—perspective that helps us more fully understand and appreciate just how remarkable and inspirational were the accomplishments of Nelson Mandela.
Indeed, so critical is Mandela to modern world history, each and every one of the living American presidents are planning to travel to South Africa next week to participate in a memorial service honoring the man who is considered the father of the South African nation.
However, there is one retired Vice-President of the United States that will likely not be attending any memorials for this great hero of humanity—either in South Africa or right here at home.
It was #$%$ Cheney who, while serving as Wyoming’s Republican congressman back in 1986, found it simply beyond his capacity to distinguish between a freedom fighter committed to ending South Africa’s brutal system of apartheid—one of the most evil political systems ever to scar the planet—and a terrorist.
You see, in the mind of #$%$ Cheney, Nelson Mandela, and those whom he led in the African National Congress, were, indeed, terrorists.
In 1986, the United States Congress, finally coming to grips with the evil that was apartheid, succeeded in passing a bi-partisan bill calling for tough sanctions to be imposed on South Africa and its white leaders until such time as the African nation brought their apartheid laws to an end and freed political prisoners like Nelson Mandela.
While there was no shortage of Congressional Republicans who voted in support of the bill, Congressman #$%$ Cheney was not one of them. To Cheney, a vote to sanction South Africa for continuing generations of brutal rule would be to cast his support in favor of a terrorist organization who sought to bring an end to the despicable status quo in that country.
When the bill sent over to the White House by Congress was vetoed by then President Ronald Reagan who—along with his ultra-conservative friend, Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher— believed Mandela’s ANC group to be a terrorist organization, Congress successfully overrode Reagan’s veto and made the legislation the law of the land.
That law was one of the most moral and ethical things our Congress has ever done and it only happened because Congressional Republicans were willing to stand up to a Republican President and support what was simply the right thing to do. People like Indiana’s GOP Senator Richard Lugar and Kansas GOP Congresswoman Nancy Kasselbaum heroically defied Ronald Reagan and, for the first time, Congress overrode the desires of the Reagan White House on a matter of foreign policy.
Yet, not only did #$%$ Cheney vote against the measure on the first go-round, he also voted to uphold the President’s veto when the matter came back to Congress.
It’s more than clear that Cheney was very much on the wrong side of history. If you question that, take a look at the parade of both Republican and Democratic leaders from days gone by who are paying tribute to Mr. Mandela today.
Still, people make mistakes and, over time, these errors in judgment can form the basis of a more well-rounded and well-informed perspective that allows people to get it right when similar issues appear somewhere down the road. Certainly, #$%$ Cheney must have come to see that his vote had been misguided and that his efforts in support the ghastly, malevolent system that was apartheid was a true blot on his legislative record, yes?
Not so much.
As recently as the year 2000, while campaigning as the nominee of the Republican Party to become our Vice President, Cheney showed up on ABC’s “This Week” program to defend his vote, stating that “the ANC was then viewed as a terrorist organization.” As a result, said Cheney, “ I don’t have any problems at all with the vote I cast 20 years ago.”