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MountainMan
11-02-2010, 08:58 PM
You finally won an election which was the Delaware primary. However, because you are a flake, you lost the general election.

Please don't run again.

Scott in Washington State



PS. Seriously, stop running.

Rockntractor
11-02-2010, 09:01 PM
You finally won an election which was the Delaware primary. However, because you are a flake, you lost the general election.

Please don't run again.

Scott in Washington State



PS. Seriously, stop running.

You're mean.:mad:

Articulate_Ape
11-02-2010, 09:03 PM
You're mean.:mad:

The truth hurts.

MountainMan
11-02-2010, 09:05 PM
You're mean.:mad:

And I eat babies too........... :)

Rockntractor
11-02-2010, 09:06 PM
And I eat babies too........... :)

The ribs are pretty good!

AmPat
11-02-2010, 09:10 PM
What the hell is wrong with these idiots in Colorado? How can they vote for O Blah Blah's rubber stamp. The DNC poured big money in to ads to lie about Ken Buck claiming he would raise taxes by 23%. These lying bastards gave Bennett the win. Coloradans are dumber than I thought. I knew Boulder was a seething cauldron of DUmboRATS, but the rest of the state should have known better.:mad:

MountainMan
11-02-2010, 09:11 PM
What the hell is wrong with these idiots in Colorado? How can they vote for O Blah Blah's rubber stamp. The DNC poured big money in to ads to lie about Ken Buck claiming he would raise taxes by 23%. These lying bastards gave Bennett the win. Coloradans are dumber than I thought. I knew Boulder was a seething cauldron of DUmboRATS, but the rest of the state should have known better.:mad:

Wrong thread....just saying

AmPat
11-02-2010, 09:16 PM
Wrong thread....just saying

It IS political. :o Perhaps you can show me to the whiny zone?

MountainMan
11-02-2010, 09:18 PM
It IS political. :o Perhaps you can show me to the whiny zone?

Have to ask Policon....thats his second home. :D

AmPat
11-02-2010, 09:44 PM
Is Rory Reid Dingy Harry's little brother? They look equally boring.

NJCardFan
11-02-2010, 11:09 PM
I'd still fuck her.

MountainMan
11-02-2010, 11:20 PM
I'd still fuck her.

Too late...She already fucked the Delaware GOP.

fettpett
11-02-2010, 11:22 PM
Is Rory Reid Dingy Harry's little brother? They look equally boring.

nope it's his son, and he got his ass handed to him in the Gov Race

NJCardFan
11-02-2010, 11:25 PM
Too late...She already fucked the Delaware GOP.

Not really. Electing Castle would have done the us no favors. He's further to the left of Spector and Snowe.

AmPat
11-02-2010, 11:26 PM
nope it's his son, and he got his ass handed to him in the Gov Race

Poor kid. Destined to be a weaselly little turd like his dusty father.

MountainMan
11-02-2010, 11:37 PM
Not really. Electing Castle would have done the us no favors. He's further to the left of Spector and Snowe.

Yeah, because having a Senator Castle, who promised to repeal Obamacare and make permanent ALL of the Bush era tax cuts was no favor to the country.

Articulate_Ape
11-02-2010, 11:40 PM
I'd still fuck her.

Ya know, I was think the same thing.

AmPat
11-02-2010, 11:52 PM
iMississippi Gov. Haley Barbour, the chairman of the Republican Governors Association, predicted that the GOPís gains would be more than fleeting Ė lasting well beyond 2012.

Read more: http://www.politico.com/news/stories/1110/44561.html#ixzz14BxKn6CrONLY if you GOP'ers learned to stay the course and govern as Conservatives.:cool:

WhiteWolf
11-03-2010, 01:48 AM
I'd still fuck her.

I wonder how the anti-masturbation Queen feels about being the object of the masturbatory fantasies of thousands of men across the US? Yeah, she's pretty hot, but the looney factor overrides the hotness factor.

Articulate_Ape
11-03-2010, 01:52 AM
I guess she just casts a spell on us.

malloc
11-03-2010, 01:54 AM
This seems appropriate here.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5zADosF3XoQ


Welcome to the board.

WhiteWolf
11-03-2010, 02:01 AM
This seems appropriate here.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5zADosF3XoQ


Welcome to the board.

That was funny! Thanks for posting it, and thanks for the welcome.

CueSi
11-03-2010, 02:54 AM
I wonder how the anti-masturbation Queen feels about being the object of the masturbatory fantasies of thousands of men across the US? Yeah, she's pretty hot, but the looney factor overrides the hotness factor.

Probably the same most women do. "That's so sad." :p

~QC

lacarnut
11-03-2010, 10:13 AM
You finally won an election which was the Delaware primary. However, because you are a flake, you lost the general election.

Please don't run again.

Scott in Washington State



PS. Seriously, stop running.

Agree but you have your own flake in Patty Murray

NJCardFan
11-03-2010, 10:31 AM
Yeah, because having a Senator Castle, who promised to repeal Obamacare and make permanent ALL of the Bush era tax cuts was no favor to the country.

I guess you don't hold the RNC accountable in any way? This is why I left the GOP. They're crybabies. Their guy gets trounced in the primary so they decide not to back the candidate the state Republicans chose. They wanted the neo-con/RINO as their candidate but the voters wanted someone more conservative so they bail on her. They didn't even try.

noonwitch
11-03-2010, 12:15 PM
I wonder how the anti-masturbation Queen feels about being the object of the masturbatory fantasies of thousands of men across the US? Yeah, she's pretty hot, but the looney factor overrides the hotness factor.


I'm a children's services worker. If the looney factor always overrode the hotness factor, I'd be out of business.

fettpett
11-04-2010, 11:49 AM
I'm a children's services worker. If the looney factor always overrode the hotness factor, I'd be out of business.

which wouldn't be a bad thing :P :D

djones520
11-04-2010, 11:54 AM
I guess you don't hold the RNC accountable in any way? This is why I left the GOP. They're crybabies. Their guy gets trounced in the primary so they decide not to back the candidate the state Republicans chose. They wanted the neo-con/RINO as their candidate but the voters wanted someone more conservative so they bail on her. They didn't even try.

Nevermind the fact that O'Donnell never led any polls, but King did.

We spelled this out at the time of the primary. She was an unwinnable candidate. The GOP was backing the horse that could win. If your pissed at them about not wanting to waste money on a lost cause... well thats your issue.

Rockntractor
11-04-2010, 12:00 PM
Nevermind the fact that O'Donnell never led any polls, but King did.

We spelled this out at the time of the primary. She was an unwinnable candidate. The GOP was backing the horse that could win. If your pissed at them about not wanting to waste money on a lost cause... well thats your issue.

She won a primary by the vote of the people, not a vote of the hierarchy of the republican party, they had a responsibility to back her.

djones520
11-04-2010, 12:21 PM
She won a primary by the vote of the people, not a vote of the hierarchy of the republican party, they had a responsibility to back her.

And they did.

Rockntractor
11-04-2010, 12:28 PM
And they did.

If that is your idea of backing someone I certainly would never want them backing me!

djones520
11-04-2010, 12:43 PM
If that is your idea of backing someone I certainly would never want them backing me!

Were they supposed to throw everything they had into a race they lost by 17 points?

She never stood a chance. Not once did I see a poll that had her within single digits of Coons. The GOP was better served pushing it's money towards Colorado, Washington, etc... states where they had a chance.

She got money, she got big names who came out to support her, but she never stood a chance. And it would have been stupid to throw all of your resources into a lost cause.

Jfor
11-04-2010, 03:05 PM
Were they supposed to throw everything they had into a race they lost by 17 points?

She never stood a chance. Not once did I see a poll that had her within single digits of Coons. The GOP was better served pushing it's money towards Colorado, Washington, etc... states where they had a chance.

She got money, she got big names who came out to support her, but she never stood a chance. And it would have been stupid to throw all of your resources into a lost cause.

So she got money. It didn't help that establishment GOP did everything they could to try and dismiss her. Rove, Krauthammer, Perino, etc. Then you have the crap that folks like you spew about her and then say see, I told ya so when she loses. If the GOP had run a better candidate to begin with then the voters wouldn't have picked O'Donnell.

djones520
11-04-2010, 03:44 PM
So she got money. It didn't help that establishment GOP did everything they could to try and dismiss her. Rove, Krauthammer, Perino, etc. Then you have the crap that folks like you spew about her and then say see, I told ya so when she loses. If the GOP had run a better candidate to begin with then the voters wouldn't have picked O'Donnell.

What crap? I've never said a negative word about her. Just that she wasn't the type of candidate that was going to win in a blue state like Deleware. You want to convice people to go with a Republican in New England, you gotta offer up a moderate, not a hard liner.

Rove, Krauthammer, Perino, etc... they all understood this. It's what they do for a living. She was the wrong candidate for the area.

Rockntractor
11-04-2010, 03:48 PM
What crap? I've never said a negative word about her. Just that she wasn't the type of candidate that was going to win in a blue state like Deleware. You want to convice people to go with a Republican in New England, you gotta offer up a moderate, not a hard liner.

Rove, Krauthammer, Perino, etc... they all understood this. It's what they do for a living. She was the wrong candidate for the area.

I didn't say anything bad about her, I just said she was a loser.:confused::rolleyes:

djones520
11-04-2010, 03:50 PM
I didn't say anything bad about her, I just said she was a loser.:confused::rolleyes:

Oh come on Rock. :rolleyes: I said nothing of the sort, and you very well know it.

The Delaware Primary is a closed primary. Only Republicans had a choice in who was running on their ticket. That is why she won. They made the choice without thinking about what independants or moderate Dems would have wanted.

And it bit them in the ass.

They stood on their principles. Good for them. But don't blame the people trying to actually win, for the mistakes made in the primary by the voters.

hampshirebrit
11-04-2010, 03:58 PM
The anti-wanking position did not help her at all.

I did kind of say previously on CU that this might turn out not to be in her advantage.

My only worry about the TP is that they might be tempted to churn out additional religious extremist candidates for 2012. Doing that will almost certainly lose them the independent vote.

djones520
11-04-2010, 04:00 PM
The anti-wanking position did not help her at all.

I did kind of say previously on CU that this might turn out not to be in her advantage.

My only worry about the TP is that they might be tempted to churn out additional religious extremist candidates for 2012. Doing that will almost certainly lose them the independent vote.

Watch it Hamp, or you might become one of the enemy as well. :rolleyes:

yay 5k posts.

hampshirebrit
11-04-2010, 04:01 PM
Watch it Hamp, or you might become one of the enemy as well. :rolleyes:

yay 5k posts.

Heh. Congrats. I'm glad I was the subject of your 5k.

I shall start a w00t thread immediately. :D

Rockntractor
11-04-2010, 04:02 PM
Oh come on Rock. :rolleyes: I said nothing of the sort, and you very well know it.

The Delaware Primary is a closed primary. Only Republicans had a choice in who was running on their ticket. That is why she won. They made the choice without thinking about what independants or moderate Dems would have wanted.

And it bit them in the ass.

They stood on their principles. Good for them. But don't blame the people trying to actually win, for the mistakes made in the primary by the voters.

I'm sorry ,I am laying it on a little thick, Hamps is close, she was too socially conservative for about half the party, so is Palin and several other woman in the Republican party.
The thing is they are not for legislating their personal morality, those are ways they chose to live their own lives.
Good moral people make good leaders no matter where we may be on the scale.

djones520
11-04-2010, 04:05 PM
I'm sorry ,I am laying it on a little thick, Hamps is close, she was too socially conservative for about half the party, so is Palin and several other woman in the Republican party.
The thing is they are not for legislating their personal morality, those are ways they chose to live their own lives.
Good moral people make good leaders no matter where we may be on the scale.

And I agree. But politics is a differant world. Sometimes you gotta bite the bullet and accept a little bad for the greater good. Thats something that people like Gator can't understand.

Granted, in the end we wouldn't have ended up with a majority either way, so there really is no point in arguing it.

lacarnut
11-04-2010, 04:47 PM
What crap? I've never said a negative word about her. Just that she wasn't the type of candidate that was going to win in a blue state like Deleware. You want to convice people to go with a Republican in New England, you gotta offer up a moderate, not a hard liner.



That is a load of crap. Christie won the Gov race in NJ. Both ran on the same platform (lower taxes, smaller government and reducing the debt). They are considered hard liners by most liberals. Ask any union thug in either state

CueSi
11-04-2010, 07:23 PM
That is a load of crap. Christie won the Gov race in NJ. Both ran on the same platform (lower taxes, smaller government and reducing the debt). They are considered hard liners by most liberals. Ask any union thug in either state

But his genial rotundness (yes, I'm talking looks) and a slightly tighter run personal life made him a more attractive deal. Then again, the media hasn't brought their biggest guns against him yet.

Believe me, in my little fantasy world, I'd love a Christie/Palin ticket. But then my husband, Gerard Butler, wakes me up and tells me that the servants will be bringing up the mimosas and the crepes for breakfast.

:p

~QC

NJCardFan
11-04-2010, 09:51 PM
That is a load of crap. Christie won the Gov race in NJ. Both ran on the same platform (lower taxes, smaller government and reducing the debt). They are considered hard liners by most liberals. Ask any union thug in either state

Christie won because Corzine was a boob. Corzine failed to deliver on several campaign promises, had the only state shutdown in recent memory, on 4th of July weekend no less which forced the casino's to close on the busiest week of the year, was literally, and I do mean literally, in bed with the labor unions(especially CWA), and spent the state broke. Anyone could have run on a platform of "My name is not Jon Corzine and I'm running for governor of NJ" and won. Thing now is that Christie is delivering on his campaign promises.

PoliCon
11-05-2010, 02:10 AM
Have to ask Policon....thats his second home. :D

kiss my rockentractor. :p

Constitutionally Speaking
11-05-2010, 04:52 AM
I was never looking to O'Donnell for leadership so the only thing that mattered to me was how she would vote.

With those, would have been spot-on.