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Angry protest

June 12, 2013

I want to begin this newsletter with an angry protes....

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Ritty77

Jun-14-13 9:41 PM

"Have you tried it grilled drizzled with olive oil?"

I have not. Tried Cracker Barrel tonight, though. Pretty satisfied with my meatloaf dinner and will likely visit again.

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WKnapp

Jun-14-13 8:50 PM

Those were the first vegetables that came to my mind, and it's unfortunate that I used them because I love them both.

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WKnapp

Jun-14-13 8:49 PM

OK, box of rocks it is!

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Ritty77

Jun-14-13 6:44 PM

As a kid, I hated both broccoli and asparagus. Now I love broccoli but still hate asparagus.

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WKnapp

Jun-14-13 6:00 PM

...not that I ever truly thought you were smarter than a crown of broccoli or a bunch of asparagus...

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WKnapp

Jun-14-13 5:57 PM

CHayes

Jun-13-13 4:24 PM

"No new laws or regulations is far better than bad ones!"

What about news laws regarding child molestation? Should that be ignored?

Now, dimbulb, show me EXACTLY WHERE you "wondered if" I "felt the laws against child molestation should be strengthened." You went completely off subject and specifically asked if "news laws regarding child molestation" should "be ignored". You're not even as smart as I had thought.

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WKnapp

Jun-14-13 5:56 PM

CHayes

Jun-13-13 4:54 PM

I don't know Wayne, you said that no new laws were better than any new laws. I just happened to mention child molestation, and wondered if you felt the laws against child molestation should be strengthened.

That seemed to touch some kind of nerve in you. Care to elaborate why that would be?

You're a liar, pure and simple. Here's your post, including timestamp, if you dare to look up what you actually said.

(next post)

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CMReeder

Jun-14-13 1:39 PM

Steeler keeps not offering anything to the discussion just more gibberish.

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CHayes

Jun-14-13 1:30 PM

A typical gibberish post from boobie:

Green

17=492

Sky cow marine

322

58

Liar tree poison

29

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SteelerFan

Jun-14-13 10:26 AM

Good try Bobbie but it's impossible to argue with a narcissistic idiot.

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SteelerFan

Jun-14-13 9:48 AM

'Actually what I have is facts and data, and you seem to be sorely lacking in both. Again, why is that my problem?'

You have nothing. But you can sure be an apologist for anything the administration does or doesn't do. I even quoted the President directly and you try and put words in his mouth for what he 'really' meant.

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SteelerFan

Jun-14-13 9:43 AM

'As usual Steeler you have nothing to offer'

Just like your LTE's Chuck.

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CHayes

Jun-14-13 9:42 AM

" And all is happy in Hazy's world. He got the last word."

Actually what I have is facts and data, and you seem to be sorely lacking in both. Again, why is that my problem?

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CHayes

Jun-14-13 9:40 AM

" And all is happy in Hazy's world. He got the last word. He has all the 'facts' and all points he makes are true."

Not sure what kind of romper room world you live in, but in the grown up one I live in, you've had every opportunity to both dispute my facts and present your own. You can do neither, so instead you want to throw a little hissy fit about it.

Cry me a river. It's not my problem. Welcome to adulthood.

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CMReeder

Jun-14-13 9:11 AM

As usual Steeler you have nothing to offer.

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SteelerFan

Jun-14-13 8:54 AM

And all is happy in Hazy's world. He got the last word. He has all the 'facts' and all points he makes are true. I hear violins playing.

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CHayes

Jun-14-13 8:44 AM

" You're a dick Hazy"

Simple comments for simple minds. And I would suggest in your case, that you keep it simple.

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CHayes

Jun-14-13 8:36 AM

" Does that mean ambassadors will now be killed by "video crazed Al-Qaeda mobs"? Whoops Déjà vu."

Yes boobie, because everyone knows that if a country has an intelligence service, there will never be a terrorist attack. It's kind of like how we have police, so crime will be 100% eliminated. Just ask President Bush. Oh, wait a minute...

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SteelerFan

Jun-14-13 8:21 AM

You're a dick Hazy

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CHayes

Jun-14-13 12:40 AM

"Snowden is a hero, IMO."

Of course he is Relene. He devastated US national security. We effectively have no human intelligence gathering capability anywhere in the world, and your nice, Allah fearing religious friends in al Qaeda have a heat map showing them precisely what countries are the safest for them to send communications from, where they'll have the least chance of being intercepted.

Had he sent al Qaeda plans for a nuclear bomb, you'd insist we declare his birthday a national holiday.

Riddle, what do you call someone who calls a traitor a hero...

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rmiller

Jun-13-13 10:16 PM

GysgtUSMC,

I'm sorry I didn't take the time to thank you for your service to our country. I know that many are upset with Snowden. My father spent 20 + years in military intelligence. While he and I have parted company for reasons that will remain silent, he would hold to Snowden being a traitor. Check the motives folks. What could he possibly gain outside of having a bull's eye on his back for the rest of whatever life he may salvage? Who is hurt? Is our economy in any more danger than it can be presently? Have people died as a result of his actions? Or...could it be that Obama's need to know about those who would see him dethroned is now "transparent" and simply all that will come out of this charade is that "We The American People" are under surveillance....again???

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rmiller

Jun-13-13 10:06 PM

Snowden is a hero, IMO. No doubt he has a contract on him and the price is good enough for China to re-think his citizenship in their country. Now the leader of China visiting Obama makes more sense.

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Bufftrev1

Jun-13-13 9:52 PM

Vouch for chayes..not changes.

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Bufftrev1

Jun-13-13 9:51 PM

I can vouch for changes, Francine.. there have been rare occasions when I've started something incorrectly and Chris has been kind enough to point them out. Twice, actually, and despite the momentary irritation, I concluded he was right to do so. Have a nice evening, hope you're rooting for the Spurs too.. Tim Duncan is known as the big fundamental.

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CHayes

Jun-13-13 9:06 PM

"To Mr Hayes, and everyone else: sometimes it's a good thing to take your political hat off and think for yourself."

I do so every day Francine. I have many people from the other side of the aisle in my life that I have a deep respect and even admiration for, including a couple here.

I investigate data on my own to see how it's spun, and have zero concern about calling out liberals for bs spin, like the mode many on the left are in portraying this Snowden traitor as some sort of hero.

I steer about as far away from TV news and propaganda on the left as, I do on the right.

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