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Topic: Serious Discussion / American Conservatism versus the world.

Of course it was Vika, quartering troops in private homes, confiscating weapons, raping women, etc had noting to add to it, right? Maybe you should read your history and stop picking just what you want out of it.

 
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Topic: Serious Discussion / The next President Clinton

Karma, quit blabbering and trying to insult me, stick with the subject [removed by mod].

 
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Topic: Serious Discussion / The next President Clinton

Originally posted by sanii:

Heh. Being from another country does not make her arguments invalid.

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Yes it does, how would you like it if we come down on Canada and tell you how you should live? You would probably scream to high heaven, but of course it is much easier for you to tell Americans how to live than be on the receiving end.

And Vicka, if you really had any feeling for this country, which you have stated you don’t, why aren’t you here instead of “Scotland” (Witch this is the first time you told me this BTW)? If your chosen country is so much better, why do you bother to keep citizenship here? You show nothing but disrespect and hatred for everything American, and yet you hang on to your citizenship. Oh and those police, trash collectors and such are paid employees, not told by the government they have to do that kind of work. Bit of a difference girl. And let me inform you we pay dearly for trash collections, the are all private companies.

 
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Topic: Serious Discussion / Give me your tired, your poor

Oh btw karma, whites are having less and less kids while blacks and Hispanics or doubling up. You are all wet there mon-sewer.

 
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Topic: Serious Discussion / Give me your tired, your poor

Originally posted by karmakoolkid:
Originally posted by jhco50:

Immigration wouldn’t be a thing if we secured our borders either. But then how would the democrats get new voters? Gotta have those welfare recipients so they can vote to keep the freebies. Think about that.

Folks, here we have text-book spouting of “slightly-removed” (not “far”) right wing propaganda. It is placed in the ears/(brains?) of Bible-humpin’, flag-enveloving, tea-bagging, self-deluding, homophobic, racist ppl likely—at least in part—by those who reap benefits from there being class warfare.

They take issues like illegal immigration, gun control, abortion, socialism, progress(ive), etc. and tie them to agendas that benefit the wealthy in order to get these dolts to vote against their own best interests. Those issues are mostly ones that conservatives embrace and are whipped up into emotional frenzies by talk radio/Fox News by using outright lies and strong innuendoes.


I’m sure some of those who push that shit actually believe they are telling the truth. I know I was, at one time in my youth, sucked in by the propaganda machinery that lead me to fight in a war that really didn’t need to be fought … other than it made military suppliers very rich.


Those “marginal believers” at Fox are probably likewise sucked in because such is what they want in life. For me, it is like the pyramid scheme that are used to push products that are grounded in a tiny bit of reality, but have a shitload of hype tied to it.


I wonder just how high up in such hierarchies one would have to go until they came across some ppl “in the know”? I wonder if they do indeed laugh all the way to the bank at how gullible the “believers” are?


IoD, you can toss rationality at jhco all day long and it will merely bounce off much like that of efforts to educate the hate-fortification of a closed mind.


Sadly, we forum members who have long endured the musings of jhco now just use him as the poster boy of mindless far-right ranting. We often poke sticks at his posts because we are vile & it makes us feel good to smack down bullshit that so pisses us off because of how it so utterly represents the cause of most of the world’s woes.


But, IoD, you go right ahead w/ your rebuttals to him. I am warmed by a 20 y.o. who has a keen observation of how the world is/works. I sorely wish I had such knowledge at age 20. At least I now have it and don’t look the fool as represented by our poster boy.

Let me just say that is total bullshit from a bleeding heart socialist who would like nothing better than to destroy our country and rebuild it like Nazi-Germany. Reminds me of the hippy days and the flower children everyone laughed at.

 
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Topic: Serious Discussion / The Giver recently became compulsory reading for 6-7th graders in Hungary

Originally posted by ImplosionOfDoom:

Oh,

Also Jhco keep in mind that kids are on average reaching puberty earlier than they used to, so expect the issue to come up sooner than it did in previous generations. (People pissing away their medications into the water supply, endocrine disrupters leaching into water from the plastic containers, artificial growth hormones in the milk, more stress on younger age groups than ever before and of course the obesity epidemic are all factors that are causing the average age of puberty to drop) And waiting too long to adequatly address the issues of puberty can have it’s own deleterious effects (look at the research on comparing the outcomes for kids who reach puberty earlier than their peers, the results are quite troubling, as are the stats on kids who got stuck with the ‘abstinence only’ sex ed. But I suppose that’s another topic for another day)

This has nothing to do with reaching puberty. It has to do with maturity of the mind. And all this stress you talk about is moot. People have gone through puberty since man started walking the earth. I know it is popular to push sex on children now, but it is absolutely wrong. If you stopped to think about the way you are looking at this, you would realize you to have some growing to do.

 
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Topic: Serious Discussion / The Giver recently became compulsory reading for 6-7th graders in Hungary

Originally posted by petesahooligan:

In your personal utopia, jhco, would you have all of the books that could pollute our children’s minds with ideas of socialism burned?

Of course not, but making it a read is telltale. and I don’t have nor do I want a utopia. I prefer socialists like someone I won’t name shut the hell up. Leave people alone and stop trying to demand they pay for someone else’s failures. We are not a socialist country, and we don’t want to be. When those who wish to change the country into a country without freedoms demand our kids read books that tout socialism, then it is time to fix the problem. It will take decades to fix what Obama has done to our country.

 
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Topic: Serious Discussion / Give me your tired, your poor

Originally posted by Mafefe_Classic:

Immigration wouldnt be a thing if the UN would stand up to dictatorships and actually fight for human rights.

But like the League of Nations before it, the UN just writes a few strongly worded letters and then ignores all the bad things happening.

Immigration wouldn’t be a thing if we secured our borders either. But then how would the democrats get new voters? Gotta have those welfare recipients so they can vote to keep the freebies. Think about that.

 
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Topic: Serious Discussion / The next President Clinton

Originally posted by vikaTae:
Originally posted by jhco50:

Lets vote liberal even though Washington wants to dictate what we eat or what color we crap.

You should be crapping brown. If you’re not, go to hospital. Go to hospital now. Do not pass Go. Do not collect $200.

There’s something severely wrong with you, that requires urgent medical attention!

Severely wrong with me? LOL You are the one who lives in England yet wants to tell us what to do over here. Hypocrisy 101. Why do you come on here with your off the wall philosophies? Why not talk to those in your chosen country?

Oh yeah, many of the journalists are predicting Madam Hillary won’t even win the primaries. Sad isn’t it. You could always vote for the socialist who just announced his run. He actually admits to being a socialist. Guess who Karma will probably vote for, LOL.

 
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Topic: Serious Discussion / American Conservatism versus the world.

Americans have always been and independent people. That is why we removed ourselves from England’s rule. We don’t want others telling us how to live our lives and we make our own decisions. The changes we are seeing now are rooted in the flower children of the sixties. All they cared about was drugs and screwing every girl in their communes. They were dirty (physically), and mindless most of the time, sniffing flowers and running around like idiots. We called them hippies, but they were the dredge of society. They are still around, I know a few on here.

Americans don’t want a dictatorship, we want, and demand our freedoms. We don’t care about other countries, they can do what they want. We just don’t want them putting their noses in our business. If y’all like being told when to crap or how much, more power to ya, just don’t push it at us.

 
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Topic: Serious Discussion / The Giver recently became compulsory reading for 6-7th graders in Hungary

Originally posted by Pleasedonot5:

hamuka,

This need for over-sheltering our children that you purport — why is it necessary?

My brother, when he was in 6th-7th grade, had to read The Giver, and I don’t believe he was scarred from it. I also read it, and I loved it — I didn’t find anything socially or sexually explicit that concerned me while reading it. Nowadays, when kids are playing games like Grand Theft Auto V and Call of Duty, you are concerned about children reading a book that promotes freedom of thinking and emotion — one that shows the protagonist breaking out of a dystopia so that the people can be returned their natural emotions and feelings?

Also, keep in mind that 6th and 7th graders are going to be going through what the book calls “the stirrings,” or feelings of sexual desire. To prohibit and taboo these natural feelings as shown in the book seems wrong and unnecessary. Children at that age should be reinforced that what they are going through is normal, and they should start to be exposed to some of the questions of society so that they can start to critically think for themselves: “Is what the Elders are doing right? Why or why not? What is more important — order or freedom?” and the like.

Man I wish you guys would stop trying to destroy our society with your off the wall ideas of what should be. 11 to 13 year old kids are children. They are immature in their thinking and are not ready for sex of any kind. Let them be children for as long as they can be. Let them grow up right.

And the book hamuka is talking about is nothing but liberals trying to indoctrinate our children to socialism. Would you youngsters pleases wake up and see what is really going on. Stop listening to the crackpots on here (not mentioning any names) and think about all the crap you are getting from them.

 
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Topic: Serious Discussion / The next President Clinton

LOL Karma. As long as he is a liberal right? It doesn’t matter if he supports our Constitution or the freedom of the American people or allowing them to earn a living. Lets vote liberal even though Washington wants to dictate what we eat or what color we crap. I don’t think Democrats really want us to breath as it causes too much carbon.

Our country is in such bad shape from 8 years of Obama and his ilk that it will be decades repairing the damage, and yet you want more.

 
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Topic: Serious Discussion / The next President Clinton

Originally posted by karmakoolkid:
Originally posted by issendorf:
Watch that hyperbole Karma.

Oh let him have this jhco. It’s actually kind of adorable that he thinks Hillary is a good campaigner and is oblivious to the fact she has as much of a personality as a bowl of oatmeal.

Did I say she is a good campaigner?
I said she is a good DEBATOR.
There is a difference … for me, a huge one.

Plus, just in case ya missed it, I said she won’t really have to be all that good to be “effective”.


Unless there is some magical, dark “Pony” hiding somewhere that the GOP is keeping under wraps (like they did w/ Palin? lol), I’m not seeing anything it has that can compete. Hilly doesn’t have to be “good”; her opponents are likely going to be just that bad.


Oddly enough, I imagine they will kill each other off in their primary. They will sling so much mud at each other that HRC will win by default. lol

Karma, I understand she is not just a good de-bater, but a master-bater

 
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Topic: Serious Discussion / Give me your tired, your poor

I don’t think America opening the borders has anything to do with compassion. It is purely political. To Democrats this means votes. This is why the present administration is pushing to have these illegals given not only amnesty but be naturalized before the elections of 2016. Right now democrats have lost a lot of the public support and are desperate for new people who would lean to them for welfare. It’s sad but it’s true. They are just political fodder for politicians.

 
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Topic: Serious Discussion / The next President Clinton

Originally posted by karmakoolkid:

How many times have we here on SD been told prognostications by jhco that amounted to little more than “BS” themselves? Yet he still wants to tell us just what is going to happen in the future. lol

What “politician” doesn’t have baggage?
What politician isn’t prone to lying and fooling the ppl?
What politician really isn’t all that good an actor?
Hell, even Ronnie’s wasn’t much of an actor … even though that was his original work.

TOTALLY” … eh?
When will this man EVER LEARN that such hyperbole is death to credibility?

ADDENDUM:
One thing is for certain if it is HRC that wins the Demo nom: the debates she engages w/ the GOP candidate will be very lively and show Americans exactly what this “BS going on in Washington” is about and who is the most responsible for it — the GOP.

Hilly is a damn fine debater and will tear a new asshole in any of the current GOP hopefuls. She will have a cadre of super-supporters (like this one) that will tell the nation exactly how much it is getting fucked by the GOP. Don’t be surprised if a goodly number of them are GOP’s. Here in Kansas, more than 100 of them broke rank and put their VERY PUBLIC support for Demo Paul Davis for Governor.

The country is FINALLY waking up to just how screwed they are getting by the rich and their govt. lackeys — of BOTH parties. They are beginning to understand that when the mega-rich Koch Bro’s official representatives, the Amer. for Prosperity, need to get involved in a small city’s mayoral election, the massive amount of economic control they want is something to be VERY concerned about.

Watch that hyperbole Karma.

 
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Topic: Serious Discussion / The next President Clinton

Hillary Clinton doesn’t’ have a snowballs chance in hell of being elected. She has too much baggage and is prone to lying and trying to fool the people with her poor acting. She is totally fake and can’t hide that fact. I will tell you all right now, your next administration will be conservative. People are tired of the BS going on in Washington.

 
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Topic: Serious Discussion / American Shame: My Lai Massacre

You know nothing about war and your ignorance about it is very obvious here. You see only what you want to see. It matters not that our men died in a war run by politicians who didn’t know there ars from a hole in the ground. Of course you weren’t there so you have no idea what happened in reality. Kids running up to our soldiers with grenades strapped to their bodies to kill a soldier offering them a chocolate bar. I could go on and on with stories that would send chills up your back, but I won’t describe the devastation. You wouldn’t understand it with your limited knowledge of war. I suggest you stop trying to degrade America and grow up.

 
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Topic: Serious Discussion / Arizona State Senator Suggests That Church Be Mandatory

A few of the posters claiming to be the last word in morality shouldn’t really post here. hahahaha

 
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Topic: Serious Discussion / Ancient Rome and the United States

I agree with you cro and this is in the back of my mind when I see the garbage spewed on these forums. Its always about America because every other country in the world is perfect and America sucks.
But America has always been a leader. Problem now is we have a dumb ass president and all of the other dumb asses fall in line with him. If you look around our society is being ripped apart with liberals embracing gays, illegals, Islam, socialism, and support of a rogue president who can’t seem to do anything for America, just tear the heart out of it. If you study what is going on, our president is supporting everything that goes against our country. Our allies don’t even trust us on the world stage anymore. Our enemies see a weak America that is just about destroyed by what liberals portray as that hope and changy thingy. In reality it is the destruction of America. For someone who supposedly taught the Constitution, he sure doesn’t go by it now.

 
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Topic: Serious Discussion / What is the United States afraid of?

Originally posted by vikaTae:
Originally posted by cromagin2:

I grew up in the United States. It was a glorious country.

It was? I would have said it was just as shite then as it is now. Like every country, some parts were better than others, but life could be quite crappy in some areas. Maybe put down the rose colored glasses and try again?

And you, and people like you, are part of the reason for the deterioration of our country. We cannot come up with all of these feel good ideas and expect everyone else to pay for them or expect others to carry out what you think should be. This is what causes so much controversy between liberals and conservatives.

 
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Topic: Serious Discussion / Two American millennials destroy history in Italy.

To me, these idiotic millennials are just as guilty as the ISIS thugs who are destroying historical sites in Iraq.

I agree with you on this,

 
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Topic: Serious Discussion / Sleep apnea

It’s glandular, saliva glands. She likes to eat….a lot. She always has some reason she eats, stress, depression, stubbed her toe. She is like her mom used to be. She prefers snacks and can go through a bag of chips in one setting. Her weight gains are self-induced.

 
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Topic: Serious Discussion / The school lunch problem in the USA.

And you know this how Vika? You are hearing the FDA making excuses and trying to protect themselves. Schools were pressured to accept these programs with tax money, subsidies. They were to make up any shortfall with money they got from students. They anticipated large profits, but didn’t think students would stop buying that crap. As profits dropped so did the programs.

 
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Topic: Serious Discussion / Sleep apnea

Originally posted by cromagin2:
Originally posted by jhco50:

My wife has sleep apnea. It can cause physical problems such as heart damage. It causes a lack of oxygen in the system because you basically stop breathing. When this happens you body wakes up and you end up losing sleep and wake up tired. I have seen her stop breathing for a minute or more. It is caused by tissue in the throat closing the bronchial. Being overweight exacerbates the problem. My wife has to sleep with a concentrator and mask that keeps pressure and fresh air in her system. For the most part, I don’t believe you will just up and die with this problem.

How obese is she, jhco50? A direct correlation is proven between obesity and sleep apnea. The more obese a person is the harder the body has to work to provide for it.

She is getting more obese in the last year, but this was before. I do think weight has a lot to do with it.

 
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Topic: Serious Discussion / The school lunch problem in the USA.

And yes cromagin2, I am talking about America and a government for the elite by the elite. We have a cesspool of politicians who only want to dictate to the American people. Control my friend. Socialism in the beginning stages. Hang on to your freedom up there because we are quickly losing ours in the states.