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More whine!

June 2, 2013

First we get a letter on how the Tea party is unjustly persecuted because 'others' are afraid. The Tea party is their own worst enemy....

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Don521

Jun-02-13 3:24 AM

Debating with sore losers is a total waste of time and energy!

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mikekerstetter

Jun-02-13 4:58 AM

Yeah, Chuck. Debate. Not hijack every thread with your rebuttal to that single statement, but actual debate.

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mikekerstetter

Jun-02-13 5:12 AM

Don521-"Debating with sore losers is a total waste of time and energy!"

One of the ways to tell when one has lost a debate is when they tell their opponents that are sore losers. It usually signals that the one who said it can't refute the statements made by their opponent.

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Tgrammiex4

Jun-02-13 5:20 AM

Mr. Reeder, is this one of those " Do as I say, not as I do" kinda things?

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Ritty77

Jun-02-13 5:31 AM

When making stuffed peppers, do I need to brown the meat first or does it go into the pepper raw (mixed with the uncooked rice, etc.)?

Thank you.

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Tedeaux

Jun-02-13 5:34 AM

That is hilarious! The only whining I'm reading here is being done by you, Chuckyboy! Get over it! Your side won!

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Tedeaux

Jun-02-13 5:40 AM

I would say brown the meat first and then add it to the cooked rice and bell peppers. Have you every tried stuffed habenaro peppers? Well, I can save you some time and pain......even with the seeds out of them, they are still way too hot!

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Ritty77

Jun-02-13 6:01 AM

I have to cook the rice first too?! And, I've seen recipes where I'm supposed to blanch and de-skin the peppers first. These things might be too much trouble.

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Tgrammiex4

Jun-02-13 6:14 AM

"Debating with sore losers is a total waste of time and energy! " -Don521

Actually, debating with sore winners is worse. Your guy won but you constantly have to make excuses for the crap job he is doing and try to explain away all the dumb things he does and says.

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USABorn

Jun-02-13 6:40 AM

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.....I knew who wrote that LTE just reading the lead-in.....

"In a debate you have a 'pro' and a 'con' viewpoint. You are also going to have to accept that not everyone is going to share your view. You can not have a debate if all you want is a one sided argument and praise for your viewpoint."

If everyone who might read his LTE came in and read HIS comments, they would see what kind of a hypocrit he is for having the gall to say, "You can not have a debate if all you want is a one sided argument and praise for your viewpoint." Fits him to a "T."

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USABorn

Jun-02-13 6:48 AM

RITTY.....

Use quick cook rice (white or brown). Brown your meat along with the diced onion. I also like to add diced bell pepper for extra taste. I add a small amount of PREGO Traditional Spaghetti Sauce to the mixture. And of course salt and pepper. Then fill the peppers, put them in a casserol dish, pour remaining sauce over them, cover with foil (shiny side IN) and bake until the outside peppers are done. They are delicious!

By the way, I make a "batch" and freeze them in individual plastic storage containers. When I want one, I just take it out at night, let it thaw in the frig, and nuke it for my dinner! Just as good as fresh made.

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USABorn

Jun-02-13 6:50 AM

Ritty......And no, don't blanch and "de-skin" the peppers. You are losing nutrients doing that.

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CitizenQ

Jun-02-13 6:55 AM

I must congratulate Phil on touching a nerve with Mr. Reeder. All he has done for days since Phil's post is "whine" about debating in every comment and about every post. Wonder why he's so obsessed with convincing everyone he's a good debater? That exposed nerve must need some major soothing.

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gavinf56

Jun-02-13 7:05 AM

"Liberals are bigger victims."

"You don't know how to debate Chuck"

Taken from Chuck's book "Debating for Dummies".

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mikekerstetter

Jun-02-13 7:13 AM

Ritty, I've always mixed the raw meat, onions, rice and seasonings together and then stuffed it into the pepper raw and baked it. There are many ways to do it. Like lasagna..... they sell 'no cook' lasagna noodles and charge you extra for them. You can use regular lasagna noodles and layer them in your lasagna uncooked just like you would if you cooked them first. They'll cook in the sauce while they are baking and it comes out the same as if you cooked them first. And you just saved yourself a step in the preparation process.

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mikekerstetter

Jun-02-13 7:15 AM

Oh, and speaking of Whine...... I'm not much of a wine drinker, but I hear red wine goes nice with stuffed peppers of lasagna.

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Premier

Jun-02-13 7:20 AM

No we don't chuck...YOU DO!

That's right from Chuckles debate 101 handbook.

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Ritty77

Jun-02-13 7:21 AM

Thanks for the pepper advice! Making them Thursday; I'll let you know. ;)

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GysgtUSMC

Jun-02-13 8:03 AM

Maybe we should share recipes more often. Its nice to read these comments without all the bickering and name calling. I prefer Mike's approach. It's quick and easy and they've always been a hit. Hey Chuck why aren't you debating who is right or adding your own recipe. I'm sure yours must be the best.

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spike2

Jun-02-13 8:23 AM

I'm enjoying the recipes also.

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eriklatranyi

Jun-02-13 8:31 AM

Nobody whined more than the left throughout the eight years of the Bush43 administration.

We had select liberals endorsing the assassination of the President and rooting for heart failure of the Vice-President.

Liberals showed us the way to be an opposition party.

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eriklatranyi

Jun-02-13 8:32 AM

You do not have to use rice.

It is primarily a filler so you do not use as much meat.

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ToTEXASfromPA

Jun-02-13 8:39 AM

The moral issue around the IRS singling out organizations with words like Tea Party, Patriot, etc. is that it is an unfairness. Society generally sees fairness as a moral value. When a group is unfair, it is considered immoral. The more appropriate question is: should political organizations receive non-profit status and not have to pay taxes? I would say that they should pay taxes because they don't give back to the community, give to less fortunate in the local/world, provide moral teachings, etc.

Concerning rules of debate, when some can not support the argument for their solution to a moral problem, they make personal attacks and compartmentalize people instead of discussing the issues.

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Tgrammiex4

Jun-02-13 8:47 AM

I always pre-baked the peppers while the meat & rice were cooking, that way they don't have to bake for so long once they are filled.I mix the meat , rice, onions,sauce and add some grated cheese to the mix then stuff , top with more sauce and bake. This is making me hungry....

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msgjsheets

Jun-02-13 8:51 AM

I wonder what Chucks letter would say if the government was singling out organizations that had liberal, progressive, planned parenthood, civil liberties or organized labor in their names to investigate?

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