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Posted in: Florida pastor cancels plan to burn Qurans on 9/11 See in context

RE: the "Ground Zero Mosque"

Muslim Americans have every right to build whatever they chose wherever they chose. Period.

America is a free nation; not a Christian one.

The Christian Right's teeth gnashing and garment rendering over this 'insult' yet again shows what un-American radicals they are.

They are worthy of nothing but scorn.

And anyone here who argues anything otherwise deserved the same.

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Posted in: Florida pastor cancels plan to burn Qurans on 9/11 See in context

Pentecostals often view themselves as engaged in spiritual warfare against satanic forces.

So do the jihadists.

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Posted in: Florida pastor cancels plan to burn Qurans on 9/11 See in context

No one really knows because they don't speak up about that and so many other things that the Taliban and Al Queda does on their religions behalf.

Actually, the only people who don't know are those like you and FOX who incessantly demand they prove themselves to you. And no amount of evidence would be good enough for you.

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Posted in: Fishy protest See in context

Little man with a little fish.

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Posted in: Do you believe in life after death? See in context

The belief in that you have a soul that will exist beyond death is an entirely unfounded speculation.

If you have that belief, bully for you.

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Posted in: Ready, aim, fire See in context

Looks like more than a few people here are going to have to get used to the emerging new emphasis on a politically more assertive Japanese foreign policy.

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Posted in: Carter: Wilson comments toward Obama 'based on racism' See in context

Racism has nothing to do with anti-Obama hysteria.

Nothing at all.

;)

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Posted in: 2 pardoned U.S. journalists leave North Korea with Bill Clinton See in context

I'm with you Badsey!

Fight the power!!

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Posted in: 2 pardoned U.S. journalists leave North Korea with Bill Clinton See in context

Badsey

Your right. The answer to all of our problems is Libertarian populism.

Good luck with that.

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Posted in: 2 pardoned U.S. journalists leave North Korea with Bill Clinton See in context

We got two Americans.

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Posted in: Obama and allies brace for health care showdown See in context

As for all you Republicans: You are irrelevant. Grown ups are in charge.

Now go play birther with your tea bags. And you looser military righties, I just love your whining about socialism with your govt job and your socialized health care.

What a joke you and your pathetic party is. I am so glad I live in a center-left America.

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Posted in: Obama and allies brace for health care showdown See in context

Oh, there is gonna be health care reform. There's gonna be a public option.

And that is good for America.

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Posted in: Saving the planet See in context

Saving the Planet.

Sounds messianic.

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Posted in: 2 pardoned U.S. journalists leave North Korea with Bill Clinton See in context

Re: DPRNK and diplomacy

Now we can see what Democrats can accomplish. And how Republicans, with all their talk, and all their bullying, fail.

Carrot and stick.

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Posted in: 2 pardoned U.S. journalists leave North Korea with Bill Clinton See in context

Nineteenth-century military theorist Karl von Clausewitz wrote that war is an extension of politics, but by other means.

Maybe you should have paid more attention.

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Posted in: What are your views on parents hitting their children as a means of discipline? See in context

It certainly makes the parents feel better.

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Posted in: Obama asks Americans not to expect too much from gov't; appears on Jay Leno show See in context

The Right is so inconsequential.

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Posted in: Senate Republicans force delay on spending bill See in context

A few things:

Who gives a crap about what Republicans have to say.

They lost

Who gives a crap about what Republicans have to say.

The created this mess.

Who gives a crap about what Republicans have to say.

They are, now what was that word....oh yeah.

"Inconsequential."

America has moved on. So should you.

As for the garden-variety JT Republican: Who gives a crap about what they have to say.

No honor. No shame. Never right about anything.

They are inconsequential.

So, Sezwho, Betzee, Good Donkey and all you good guys,

America has moved on. So should you. You wanna help? Talk with eachother, not the lunatic dead-ending, hope-Obama-fails crowd.

They are irrelevant. They are Republican.

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Posted in: U.S. announces 12,000 troops to leave Iraq; suicide bomber kills 30 in Baghdad See in context

Still a a long ways to go.

"all the King's horses and all the King's Men couldn't put Humpty together again."

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Posted in: Obama throws $75 billion lifeline to homeowners See in context

Good Donkey

Thanks for your posts.

As for Wall Street, well, we know what they really want. Bailout with no strings and a return to the good ole days of the bubble. Nothing more. Nothing less.

And I want a toilet made of solid gold, baby.

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Posted in: Obama throws $75 billion lifeline to homeowners See in context

Snap polls strongly suggest Americans overwhelmingly support Obama's plans. Talk about the using the Bully pulpit.

Right Wing Blow Hard Rich Lowry describes:

Obama is "trying to redefine extensive government activism as simple pragmatism, and if he succeeds, might well shift the center of American politics for a generation."

Obama told the rich point blank their taxes are going up, told the people of America that government and only government can solve their problems, and the American people approve of him and his plan more today than yesterday.

Well that's the lay of the land, Rich, after eight years of failed Bush policies, and thirty-eight after failed Reagan economics. I'm calling it:

We have now entered into a new domestic order, a Center/Left grand coalition that will last another generation.

Looks like you, Rich, and all you Republican buddies are, now what was that word....

Oh yeah,

inconsequential.

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Posted in: Democrats, Republicans spar over stimulus money See in context

Betzee

Nice to see you.

As for, Republicans.

"I don't listen or read whatever it is they say because it is inconsequential - completely."

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Posted in: Obama sworn in as 44th president; speaks of 'new era of responsibility' See in context

YES!!!

Now we will see what a real American President is all about.

The Reagan Era is over. We have entered into a new 30 year center left coalition in American Politics.

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Posted in: Former porn star Ai Iijima found dead at Tokyo apartment See in context

Bummer.

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Posted in: Fears of a Democrat crackdown lead to boom in gun sales See in context

Fears of a Democrat crackdown lead to boom in gun sales

Take out the Righty's irrational hatred of Democrats and Liberals, and what do you get?

"Fears lead to boom in gun sales"

Fear rules these boobs. Boy I'd like to talk to them in a year or two time when they wake up to an America where they still got their guns and religion, and maybe even health care to boot.

What fools these Righty's be. -- Shakespeare

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Posted in: Republicans in tatters, look to regroup See in context

Betzee

These post election Palin revelations: I remain skeptical. To say the least. Do you actually think Palin doesn't know that Africa is a continent? Absurd.

All these 'revelations' are coming from....Schmidt and the RNC operatives. The same guys who brought you Obama is a Marxist-black-panther-secrete-muslim-terrorist who wants to teach sex-ed to four year olds.

Why do you even for a moment believe anything coming from them?

So the eternal question of cui bono arises. Yes, who in the Republican party wants to take down Palin and the theocons, now that she and they are at their weakest?

Who indeed?

Yes, now who do you

Ask yourself

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Posted in: Republicans in tatters, look to regroup See in context

USAFdude,

Thanks for your thanks to my thanks from the other day.

RE: (JT) Righty's: WGAF? Not me. Its our time for the next two years. At least.

They still support Bush. They are irrelevant. They are evil. Ignore them.

When they come hat-in-hand to us, and plead to be part of what we created, then I will deign to respond:

When you

apologize for what you've done to our country, stop gibbering, frothing and stop lying repudiate Bush and his failures

and apologize for having questioned our patriotism,

then, and only then, will I condescend to enter a dialog.

Unil that day, you get nothing from me, other than, of course, my ever loving contempt and jeers.

Its a good day to be an American. A good day for America.

Our long national nightmare is OVER. We are back

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Posted in: Republicans in tatters, look to regroup See in context

Republicans in tatters

YES!!! To borrow a phrase"

"Free at last! Free at last! Thank God Almighty, we are free at last!"

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Posted in: Around the world, Obama victory sparks cheers See in context

Now we have a leader to lead the world.

America is back!

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