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Author Topic: Breaking News - Clinton Wins Ohio, Texas and Rhode Island  (Read 8514 times)

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Offline emeraldize

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Re: Breaking News - Clinton Wins Ohio, Texas and Rhode Island
« Reply #50 on: March 08, 2008, 06:40:18 PM »
as to the earlier request for relevance...

first, may I note I am most thankful (if your profile is to be believed) that you are from somewhere in Europe and unable to vote in our election, unless you're an ex-pat, able to vote and into pot-stirring from afar

you've been with "us" two years and completely absorbed in the conjecture crockpot of meds, and potential, etc. and you're lucky enough, I'm surmising still to not be on meds.

so today you're bored and decide to move from meds to politics?

here's the relevance question again...

you're the first to intoduce feminism into this thread by way of a fantastic blur of cut and paste

let's cut to basics. a boy can grow up to be a man of an age and educational level to run for president. a girl can grow up to be a woman of an age and educational level to run for president. the latter is what happened and is happening.

you should focus on saving the world through conjecture by containing your various pedia pawing efforts

ANYONE can cut/paste. ANYONE can stir a pot.

booooooooooorrrrrrrrringggggggggg! edited to add. and..useless. you could donate this time to an elderly person whose pillows need fluffing and be of better service to mankind
« Last Edit: March 08, 2008, 06:43:16 PM by emeraldize »

Offline Zicon13

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Re: Breaking News - Clinton Wins Ohio, Texas and Rhode Island
« Reply #51 on: March 08, 2008, 06:40:54 PM »
May it be Hillary or Obama, I don't really care, just as long it is the Democrates.  I can't stand Bush's best friend our Prime Minister of Canada, Harper.  If the Democrates wins, then we will probably get ride of his conservative friend Mr. Harper.  Cheers!  :-* ;D
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Offline Dachshund

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Re: Breaking News - Clinton Wins Ohio, Texas and Rhode Island
« Reply #52 on: March 08, 2008, 06:43:14 PM »
You see found in the bowels of the link you did provide is this statement. So yes I do want the mods to censure you.

A prominent psychiatrist says the sex-ed curricula at these schools can lower children "to the level of animals" and inflict lasting harm. "Massachusetts schools' systematic promotion of homosexuality and promiscuity fosters sexual confusion and experimentation," says Nathaniel S. Lehrman, former clinical director of the Kingsboro Psychiatric Center in New York. "They dilute and trivialize [the capacity for] faithful sexual passion which should [later] be the cement of these children's marriages. Unstable youngsters may become particularly vulnerable to homosexuals who actively recruit them."

Offline Customer

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Re: Breaking News - Clinton Wins Ohio, Texas and Rhode Island
« Reply #53 on: March 08, 2008, 06:47:05 PM »
The links, which you have provided, you should blame yourself. Actually, i have not even read savethemales site articles, i only have read the text which i copy/pasted. You desperately try to put words in my mouth and make me responsible for something i did not say, but it aint gonna work. Are you that desperate to have the polical issue removed? That should be a sign of something.

I have not found an accurate political analysis of leftist ideologies anywhere. I think out of all political analyses i have read, the conservapedia article is the most accurate.

Offline Customer

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Re: Breaking News - Clinton Wins Ohio, Texas and Rhode Island
« Reply #54 on: March 08, 2008, 06:50:43 PM »
"So yes I do want the mods to censure you."

The mods may censure me, but they cannot censure the rapidly growing electronic data-transmission. They may even forbid some ideolgies in the internet, but they cannot control low-level information passing.


Offline thunter34

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Re: Breaking News - Clinton Wins Ohio, Texas and Rhode Island
« Reply #55 on: March 08, 2008, 06:53:50 PM »
The links, which you have provided, you should blame yourself. Actually, i have not even read savethemales site articles, i only have read the text which i copy/pasted. You desperately try to put words in my mouth and make me responsible for something i did not say, but it aint gonna work. Are you that desperate to have the polical issue removed? That should be a sign of something.

I have not found an accurate political analysis of leftist ideologies anywhere. I think out of all political analyses i have read, the conservapedia article is the most accurate.


Oh, puh-leeze.  Spare us.  The links came from YOUR post, so they are YOUR links, bright guy.  Do you think someone like the right's Rush Limbaugh would let such sloppiness from the left go by unchecked?  

(Let's all bear in mind this is the same guru who attempted to tell us all exactly how to do treatment interruptions - without himself EVER having had ANY experience with HIV medicines.)

And, cussie, you keep alluding to us trying to "have the political issue removed", but refuse to tell us exactly what this "issue" is.  

Go on, customer....tell us.  Have enough rope to hang yourself.  By all means.
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Offline thunter34

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Re: Breaking News - Clinton Wins Ohio, Texas and Rhode Island
« Reply #56 on: March 08, 2008, 06:55:24 PM »
Oh, look.  He tucked tail and ran.

What a suprise.
AIDS isn't for sissies.

Offline thunter34

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Re: Breaking News - Clinton Wins Ohio, Texas and Rhode Island
« Reply #57 on: March 08, 2008, 07:01:27 PM »
I'm still reading through the links Customer provided.

Did the Jews bring the Holocaust on themselves?


Yeah.  Those Jews were just asking for it.   ::)

Unbelievable.
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Offline Miss Philicia

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Re: Breaking News - Clinton Wins Ohio, Texas and Rhode Island
« Reply #58 on: March 08, 2008, 07:03:38 PM »
I clicked around on them a bit but I got scared really quickly.
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Offline Dachshund

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Re: Breaking News - Clinton Wins Ohio, Texas and Rhode Island
« Reply #59 on: March 08, 2008, 07:04:24 PM »
The links, which you have provided, you should blame yourself.


Now what do you mean by this? I have a pretty good idea and I think so does everyone else.

Offline BT65

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Re: Breaking News - Clinton Wins Ohio, Texas and Rhode Island
« Reply #60 on: March 08, 2008, 07:41:04 PM »
Customer, it seems like you're trying to flame-bait Dachs. 

You can't back-up anything you say or post.  You post links and then say you don't.  Why would anyone trust anything you say?  You obviously need professional therapy of some kind.  I read your past posts about treatment ideas.  How dare you suggest anything when you've never been on treatment yourself.  You seem to have this over-righteous attitude and try to come in here tongue-wagging and lashing about how things are in 'your' world and how everyone else should accept them as being so.   I say if you can't post anything substantial, why post in the first place?

Sorry to the mods, it just upsets me a little, especially when talking about feminism being equal to marxism.  There is no relevance there whatsoever.
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Offline Peter Staley

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Re: Breaking News - Clinton Wins Ohio, Texas and Rhode Island
« Reply #61 on: March 08, 2008, 07:43:52 PM »
There is relevance. and I am glad it is not you who decides whether there is relevance or not.

Customer, I can certainly decide this, if you'd like.   I'm a moderator in these forums.

Please explain why you would highjack this thread with a complete provocation targeting a large portion of our membership.  Why would you include a link to a page filled with hateful garbage?

You agreed to the following when you joined these forums:

"These forums are moderated, and in order to provide a safe place for our diverse membership, we have a strict policy against threatening or abusive language, or language that is racially, ethnically, sexually, or otherwise objectionable."

Please don't hide behind the fact that you only quoted selectively from the web page you referenced -- you provided the full link, which led us to a page filled with hate-filled ideology, not to mention all its links to even worse stuff.

Frankly, I think an apology is your only shot at remaining a member of these forums.

Offline Customer

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Re: Breaking News - Clinton Wins Ohio, Texas and Rhode Island
« Reply #62 on: March 08, 2008, 08:17:25 PM »
The links could have be removed, but i didn't because they are referred to in the article. The "hate"-links were not provided by me, but were searched for by daschund and others to find an excuse to blame me. It's an old trick. I am not anti-gay, and i am not anti-jewish.  They wish i was, so they would have an excuse to censor me.

No rules have been broken, since critism to leftist ideology or feminist ideology does not belong to "racially, ethnically, sexually, or otherwise objectionable" categories, and this is off-topic thread. It's common political discussion.

However, if you think this site should have a political bias, then go ahead and remove my posts, or what ever you need to do.




Offline Peter Staley

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Re: Breaking News - Clinton Wins Ohio, Texas and Rhode Island
« Reply #63 on: March 08, 2008, 08:57:26 PM »
Customer -- please don't take me for an idiot.  You are not relieved of all responsibility for something you post just because it's a quote from another source.  You didn't preface the quote with "hey everyone, look at this crap!" -- you posted it as your opinion.

And if you think "feminism, is socialism/communism" is just "common political discussion," then you're living on a different planet than the one I hope we're all living on.

By the way, I have nothing against those who believe and defend the typical ideological tenants of the American conservative.  My father, who I love, is a Republican.  I have maintained healthy relationships with some of my friends who consider themselves conservatives.  Your ideology isn't right or left.  It's hate.

I'm banning you from these forums.

Offline Cliff

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Re: Breaking News - Clinton Wins Ohio, Texas and Rhode Island
« Reply #64 on: March 09, 2008, 03:40:00 AM »
Well Obama has won Wyoming!  So he has now won 12 out of the last 15 primaries.  Actually I personally think he has won 13 out of the last 15, since he took Texas.  If you read through the headlines, Clinton barely won Texas (by less than 1%) but she lost the state's caucus, so Obama actually won more Texas delegates than her.

Offline J.R.E.

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Re: Breaking News - Clinton Wins Ohio, Texas and Rhode Island
« Reply #65 on: March 09, 2008, 07:40:27 AM »


And he will be on his way to win Mississippi on Tuesday !...


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Offline Dachshund

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Re: Breaking News - Clinton Wins Ohio, Texas and Rhode Island
« Reply #66 on: March 09, 2008, 08:05:21 AM »
Even though the primary season is too long, too costly, and way too crazy, I still have hope.

Yesterday there was a special election to replace former speaker Denny Hastert. This is a very conservative, heavily Republican district that Bush carried with ease. John McCain and Barack Obama both took time out of their schedules to campaign for the two candidates and the RNCC spent millions trying to elect the Republican. The Democratic nominee for Hastert's Congressional Seat won!

"Congratulations to Bill Foster on his victory tonight. Bill Fosterís victory in the seat that was held by Speaker Hastert sends a political shock wave across America this election year. It is a stunning rejection of the Bush Administration, its Republican allies, and presidential nominee John McCain. Republican candidates learned tonight that Senator McCain, who campaigned with the Republican nominee, cannot save them from defeat this November against strong Democratic challengers, even in districts that voted overwhelmingly for President Bush.

"Despite spending 20 percent of the their cash on hand, the NRCC was unable to hold a seat easily won by President Bush and held by Speaker Hastert for 20 years.  Americans of all political stripes are rejecting Republicansí divisive, status quo politics and turning to Democratic candidates for change.  I am   grateful to Senator Dick Durbin, Senator Barack Obama, and the Illinois Democratic delegation and candidates for encouraging the people of this district to vote for change by supporting Bill Foster.

"Voters of all political stripes responded to Bill Fosterís commitment to change. With his unique background as a respected scientist and a successful businessman, Bill Foster will be a tremendous asset to our Democratic Caucus, as we continue fighting to strengthen our economy and ease the squeeze on Americaís struggling middle class families."

Offline emeraldize

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Re: Breaking News - Clinton Wins Ohio, Texas and Rhode Island
« Reply #67 on: March 09, 2008, 09:37:24 AM »
What a glorious piece of news to read first thing in the morning! Yippee.

Offline BT65

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Re: Breaking News - Clinton Wins Ohio, Texas and Rhode Island
« Reply #68 on: March 09, 2008, 02:24:05 PM »
Even though the primary season is too long, too costly, and way too crazy, I still have hope.

Yesterday there was a special election to replace former speaker Denny Hastert. This is a very conservative, heavily Republican district that Bush carried with ease. John McCain and Barack Obama both took time out of their schedules to campaign for the two candidates and the RNCC spent millions trying to elect the Republican. The Democratic nominee for Hastert's Congressional Seat won!

"Congratulations to Bill Foster on his victory tonight. Bill Fosterís victory in the seat that was held by Speaker Hastert sends a political shock wave across America this election year. It is a stunning rejection of the Bush Administration, its Republican allies, and presidential nominee John McCain. Republican candidates learned tonight that Senator McCain, who campaigned with the Republican nominee, cannot save them from defeat this November against strong Democratic challengers, even in districts that voted overwhelmingly for President Bush.

"Despite spending 20 percent of the their cash on hand, the NRCC was unable to hold a seat easily won by President Bush and held by Speaker Hastert for 20 years.  Americans of all political stripes are rejecting Republicansí divisive, status quo politics and turning to Democratic candidates for change.  I am   grateful to Senator Dick Durbin, Senator Barack Obama, and the Illinois Democratic delegation and candidates for encouraging the people of this district to vote for change by supporting Bill Foster.

"Voters of all political stripes responded to Bill Fosterís commitment to change. With his unique background as a respected scientist and a successful businessman, Bill Foster will be a tremendous asset to our Democratic Caucus, as we continue fighting to strengthen our economy and ease the squeeze on Americaís struggling middle class families."


This certainly puts me in a better mood.  Thanks.
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