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Rockntractor
08-01-2009, 10:55 PM
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shadowknows69 (1000+ posts) Sat Aug-01-09 08:22 PM
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Me. Drunk. At my wife's family reunion. Debating people calling Obama a fascist and a socialist.
And I didn't kill anyone. Aren't y'all proud of me? My shrink will be relieved and certainly my wife was.

Don't even get me started on the woman who loved Sarah Palin because she was "just like us and not some Harvard graduate or something."


Dumbass! why would you get drunk around people you know you don't agree with!

HillbillyBob (953 posts) Sat Aug-01-09 08:46 PM
Response to Reply #8
19. I can't stand those family gatherings,
Our family reunion is next weekend and this will be um about the 26th years I have not attended.

They are a bunch of Southern Talibabtis, and I'm gay. The last one I went to was very uncomfortable to me.

My partner says " the main problem with Baptists is that when they go down to the river..they don't hold them down long enough".

All of them voted for Bush the first and the second time. I had told the lot of them in 1998 that if he ran, he would 'win' and we would be at war in Iraq or Iran with in 2 years, and our economy would be a shambles by the time he left office....
Now they say how did you know? and you were right.
Should have listened to me, instead of insulting me and telling me in 2004 that he would protect us.

I am not prescient , I had read the some documents related to PNAC manifesto in 97.
How is a guy who shoves things up his butt in his spare time uncomfotable going to a reunion? I would think the up your butt part would be be more uncomfortable.

Rockntractor
08-01-2009, 11:09 PM
shadowknows69 (1000+ posts) Sat Aug-01-09 08:30 PM
Response to Reply #6
8. My pacifism gets the better of me sometimes.
There was a lake. I could have just dragged a couple of them in.

Fla_Democrat (663 posts) Sat Aug-01-09 09:30 PM
Response to Reply #26
29. Funny how posts about killing, here, are humor
yet elsewhere is a warning sign that everyone missed before some wack job killed.....

So, say, if someone crossed posted a 'I didn't kill someone' post from a sight you politically disagreed with... you would think it was a knee slapper? "I was at Walmart, and some jackass was talking bad about Sister Sarah.. and it took all I had in me, and by the grace of gawd, I didn't cave his head in with a can of crisco."

Maybe you need more sessions.



shadowknows69 (1000+ posts) Sat Aug-01-09 09:58 PM
Response to Reply #29
32. Less than 1000 posts in 7 years and you pick me to wage a crusade on?
Aren't there any real issues you can chime in about? JOKE. Either laugh at it or pass politely on by.
I always enjoy the freindly banter!

Rockntractor
08-01-2009, 11:12 PM
shadowknows69 (1000+ posts) Sat Aug-01-09 10:10 PM
Response to Reply #32
36. And actually sweetums you're right. I do need more sessions.
Because one of the reasons I'm in therapy is because I have the potential to be a "Whack job" through nothing more than loss of my temper. So I'm trying to fix that. I had to stop driving taxi because I realized the next bigot, homophobe or war cheerleader I met I was probably going to slit their throat and let them bleed out in my cab. Obviously this would have created more paperwork than I usually like filling out so I opted for mental health treatments.
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A touch creepy!

Constitutionally Speaking
08-02-2009, 08:16 AM
Pretty much fits the major Demographics of the left.

Gay, on welfare, communist, insane, lazy - etc.

Dan D. Doty
08-02-2009, 09:24 AM
It seems the biggest thing that the Denizens are bitching about is that are forced to share a world with others who disagree with them; that's why they love to hang out in the fantasy land known as DU.

Moonbats must have something to bitch about all the time , they can't be content, or know joy. They got the WH, the House, and Sentate, but still they're pissed off all the time.

Their hate hasn't gone away with victory, instead it has turned on the American people.

Lars1701a
08-02-2009, 10:12 AM
It seems the biggest thing that the Denizens are bitching about is that are forced to share a world with others who disagree with them; that's why they love to hang out in the fantasy land known as DU.

Moonbats must have something to bitch about all the time , they can't be content, or know joy. They got the WH, the House, and Sentate, but still they're pissed off all the time.

Their hate hasn't gone away with victory, instead it has turned on the American people.

Not only do they want to control all the arms of the government, they also want us to either believe as they do or shut up.

DarkHalo
08-02-2009, 11:28 AM
No doubt it is redundant to make this observation but there are two commonalities I see in almost every post from DU. Intolerance and arrogance. The two seem to go hand in hand.

MrsSmith
08-02-2009, 04:22 PM
No doubt it is redundant to make this observation but there are two commonalities I see in almost every post from DU. Intolerance and arrogance. The two seem to go hand in hand.

Very true.

Dan D. Doty
08-02-2009, 07:50 PM
No doubt it is redundant to make this observation but there are two commonalities I see in almost every post from DU. Intolerance and arrogance. The two seem to go hand in hand.

You must love Big Brother - G. Orwell, 1984

What we want for the most part is to left alone, and the Moonbats think it is their holy ( maybe unholy) duty to run our lives because they are smarter and more enlightened then you are :rolleyes:

We think that most Americans are adults are responcible for their lives and actions, Moonbats see most Americans as children who need nanny to take care of them and decide for them.

All I can say to this is ...

UP THE REBELS !!!

FDK
08-04-2009, 09:43 AM
All of them voted for Bush the first and the second time. I had told the lot of them in 1998 that if he ran, he would 'win' and we would be at war in Iraq or Iran with in 2 years, and our economy would be a shambles by the time he left office....

Yeah, Bush is solely responsible for the housing/credit bubble.:rolleyes:

Clinton, by signing the Iraq Liberation Act, laid the groundwork for invading Iraq. I'll give you this though, Gore would not have had the balls to take on a murderous dictator.