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Originally posted by Jennifer:
Bettern-nun is that you? Say "new government giveaway program" for me. If the "president" in office now is an example of democratic intellect I'd hate to see the dumb one. Oh but wait-never mind.


You say you'd hate to see a dumb President? We just got through with one -- it hasn't been that long since January 20, 2009.
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Originally posted by elinterventor01:
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Originally posted by Jennifer:
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Originally posted by elinterventor01:
I assume when one speaks with liberals, you should speak slowly and eschew use of words with more than three syllables.
To speak with them you have to first get their attention. You do that by starting off with the phrase "there's a new government giveaway program". Then you have their total attention and they're in a good mood. The only drawback is that they usually know of all the giveaway programs, but there are so many new ones cropping up you can find one they missed.


Sounds like the old Army joke on training a mule. First, hit them between the eyes (hard bone there) with a 2X4. That's to get their attention. Then, you start the training. Big Grin


Isn't it "strange" how some of the "heavy hitters" on the rethugliteacon side here at the circus suddenly "go quiet" when a heavy weight like Mr. Propogandist shows up from TNF???????
If I wanted to be a real jerk, I would start a call out thread calling some of them "Chi*cken S*it" cowards. But I don't START call out threads! Just recognize hypocrisy when I see it.
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Originally posted by The Propagandist:
Well, thank you, kind friends and neighbors. I shall do my utmost to show you the value and efficacy of the liberal way. In preparation for 2012 grand sweep to the left, I also offer personal training for real grassroots activists to share the message with their own friends and neighbors.

Those Koch brothers astroturf groups, whose members are starting to see the light from the bait-and-switch governors in Wisconsin, et al. are starting to shed like a three-month-old Christmas tree. The grass is green and starting to grow!


First, the left will have to quell the incipient revolt brewing against Obama. Even, the left disdains incompetence. Then, there will be a grand sweep of the left. It will be a grant sweep as conservative (who outnumber them) and independents sweep them from the field.
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Originally posted by rocky:
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Originally posted by elinterventor01:
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Originally posted by Jennifer:
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Originally posted by elinterventor01:
I assume when one speaks with liberals, you should speak slowly and eschew use of words with more than three syllables.
To speak with them you have to first get their attention. You do that by starting off with the phrase "there's a new government giveaway program". Then you have their total attention and they're in a good mood. The only drawback is that they usually know of all the giveaway programs, but there are so many new ones cropping up you can find one they missed.


Sounds like the old Army joke on training a mule. First, hit them between the eyes (hard bone there) with a 2X4. That's to get their attention. Then, you start the training. Big Grin


Isn't it "strange" how some of the "heavy hitters" on the rethugliteacon side here at the circus suddenly "go quiet" when a heavy weight like Mr. Propogandist shows up from TNF???????
If I wanted to be a real jerk, I would start a call out thread calling some of them "Chi*cken S*it" cowards. But I don't START call out threads! Just recognize hypocrisy when I see it.


One small post and a second hand, photoshopped poster of Bush do not a heavy hitter make. Rise from your PC, leave your room and ask mama for some milk and cookies. Then, chill!
I haven't learned how the knobs control the bells and whistles over here yet. I just lost two posts through internet connections problems.
This forum site can't handle the material I try to send for some reason.

Maybe it's the old vast rightwing conspiracy rearing its ugly head and censoring my posts with a time delay.
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rocky:
Isn't it "strange" how some of the "heavy hitters" on the rethugliteacon side here at the circus suddenly "go quiet" when a heavy weight like Mr. Propogandist shows up from TNF???????
If I wanted to be a real jerk, I would start a call out thread calling some of them "Chi*cken S*it" cowards. But I don't START call out threads! Just recognize hypocrisy when I see it.



Lemme think...where have I read this before???
Oh yeah, when the "heavy Twit" Opie showed up...

A real "winner" there...
Oh, come on Prop, you can do better than that.
Blaming censorship? Heck, the TD is owned by Decatur Daily, leans left, and loves to bash republicans.

As for going quiet, some of us have lives to tend to. I have always liked Prop. One of the few at the TNF that didn't act like an azz.
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Originally posted by CageTheElephant:
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This forum site can't handle the material I try to send for some reason.

Maybe it's the old vast rightwing conspiracy rearing its ugly head and censoring my posts with a time delay.


Great! Another "FOX did it"...


This forum has some real tech issues concerning internet connectivity. Many of my posts are not able to be displayed; therefore, everyone here loses the benefit of my wisdom.

Who is running this antiquated, hit-and-miss (mostly miss) operation?
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Originally posted by b50m:
Oh, come on Prop, you can do better than that.
Blaming censorship? Heck, the TD is owned by Decatur Daily, leans left, and loves to bash republicans.

As for going quiet, some of us have lives to tend to. I have always liked Prop. One of the few at the TNF that didn't act like an azz.


Thank you for your kind words.

No, really, this forum has some real tech issues. But I think I've figured out how to work around it.
Diagose connection problems
When it says it can't diagnose problem, ask for additional help.
After I do that, a brand new forum page pops up with my latest post in it -- the one it just said it couldn't display. I have three forum pages open now. Each one shows a different moment in time.

Y'all need to fix that place.
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Originally posted by The Propagandist:
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Originally posted by b50m:
Oh, come on Prop, you can do better than that.
Blaming censorship? Heck, the TD is owned by Decatur Daily, leans left, and loves to bash republicans.

As for going quiet, some of us have lives to tend to. I have always liked Prop. One of the few at the TNF that didn't act like an azz.


Thank you for your kind words.

No, really, this forum has some real tech issues. But I think I've figured out how to work around it.
Diagose connection problems
When it says it can't diagnose problem, ask for additional help.
After I do that, a brand new forum page pops up with my latest post in it -- the one it just said it couldn't display. I have three forum pages open now. Each one shows a different moment in time.

Y'all need to fix that place.


It just did it again when I went to post the one above. Now I have four (!!!) forum pages open.

Mmmmm, which do I choose to go back to?

Oh, no!! I can't tell them apart. What if the one I choose is the first one, instead of the latest one? Or maybe it might be the second one?

Oh, shoot, it's too much trouble. That's the reason I left the last time and haven't been back until now.

I'll leave y'all in peace now. So long, farewell, pip, pip cheerio!
LOL Winston, I know who Prop is. He also loves to post pictures of charts and graphs.

That may be it.

Hey Prop, this place limits photo sizes to some degree, if you need to show something, link to it from Photobucket or another web host.
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Originally posted by The Propagandist:
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Originally posted by Jennifer:
Bettern-nun is that you? Say "new government giveaway program" for me. If the "president" in office now is an example of democratic intellect I'd hate to see the dumb one. Oh but wait-never mind.


You say you'd hate to see a dumb President? We just got through with one -- it hasn't been that long since January 20, 2009.
No, I said if obummer is your idea of an intelligent person I'd hate to see your dumb candidate. One would think with all your intellect you would understand a simple post. It seems that if you really thought Bush was so bad you would have wanted better, yet this was the best you could come up with? You have no room to question the intelligence of anyone when you put the "community organizer" in office. But again, that was probably the best you had.
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Originally posted by Jennifer:

You say you'd hate to see a dumb President? We just got through with one -- it hasn't been that long since January 20, 2009.
No, I said if obummer is your idea of an intelligent person I'd hate to see your dumb candidate. One would think with all your intellect you would understand a simple post. It seems that if you really thought Bush was so bad you would have wanted better, yet this was the best you could come up with? You have no room to question the intelligence of anyone when you put the "community organizer" in office. But again, that was probably the best you had.[/QUOTE]

Why did the presidency of George W. Bush turn out to be a pile of crap? Because everything he had touched up to that time resulted in a pile of crap. He turned out not to be the brightest bulb in the chandelier.

"They want the federal government controlling Social Security like it's some kind of federal program."
Debate in St. Charles, Mo., Nov. 2, 2000
http://www.realchange.org/bushjr.htm


Several researchers have investigated the business history of the Bush family. The facts that they have uncovered are not very pretty. The business record of George W. Bush holds some revealing insights to how his presidency has operated, and helps to explain why the country has fallen so deeply in debt and has so many other problems.
As explained by Kevin Phillips in his book, American Dynasty: Aristocracy, Fortune, and the Politics of Deceit in the House of Bush, George W. Bush's businesses fail but he makes millions. Among Mr. Bush's business ventures:
• Arbusto, an oil exploration company, lost money, but it got considerable investments (nearly $5 million) because even losing oil investments were useful as tax shelters.
• Spectrum 7 Energy Corp. bought out Arbusto in 1984 and hired Mr. Bush to run the company's oil interests in Midland, Texas. The oil business collapsed as oil prices plummeted by 1986, and Spectrum 7 Energy was near failure.
• Harken Energy acquired Mr. Bush's Spectrum 7 Energy shares, and he got Harken shares, a directorship, and a consulting arrangement in return. A 1991 internal SEC document suggested George W. Bush violated federal securities law at least 4 times in the late 1980s and early 1990s in selling Harken stock while serving as a director of Harken. This is essentially the same kind of activity that Martha Stewart is going to prison over. Except at the time of the investigation, Mr. Bush's father was president and the case was quietly dropped.
http://alaric3rh.home.sprynet.com/science/bceo.html


In a column posted yesterday on Salon.com, Joe Conason writes: "Preferring to avoid public scrutiny for obvious reasons, executives at the Carlyle Group usually say nothing about their firm's connections with the Bush dynasty. But last April 23, Carlyle managing director David Rubenstein spoke quite frankly about the comfy sinecure he provided to George W. Bush more than a decade ago -- and how useless Bush turned out to be.
Whether he knew it or not, Rubenstein's remarks to the Los Angeles County Employees Retirement Association were recorded."

Rubenstein said, "We put [Bush] on the board and [he] spent three years. Came to all the meetings. Told a lot of jokes. Not that many clean ones. And after a while I kind of said to him, after about three years - you know, I'm not sure this is really for you. Maybe you should do something else. Because I don't think you're adding that much value to the board. You don't know that much about the company.

Rubenstein continued: "He said, well I think I'm getting out of this business anyway. And I don't really like it that much. So I'm probably going to resign from the board. And I said, thanks - didn't think I'd ever see him again. His name is George W. Bush. He became President of the United States. So you know if you said to me, name 25 million people who would maybe be President of the United States, he wouldn't have been in that category. So you never know. Anyway, I haven't been invited to the White House for any things."

David Rubenstein, founder and managing director of the Carlyle Group. This is an excerpt from a talk he gave to investors with the Los Angeles County Retirement Association on April 23, 2003.

http://www.informationclearing...info/article3994.htm
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Originally posted by The Propagandist:
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Originally posted by Jennifer:

You say you'd hate to see a dumb President? We just got through with one -- it hasn't been that long since January 20, 2009.
No, I said if obummer is your idea of an intelligent person I'd hate to see your dumb candidate. One would think with all your intellect you would understand a simple post. It seems that if you really thought Bush was so bad you would have wanted better, yet this was the best you could come up with? You have no room to question the intelligence of anyone when you put the "community organizer" in office. But again, that was probably the best you had.


Why did the presidency of George W. Bush turn out to be a pile of crap? Because everything he had touched up to that time resulted in a pile of crap. He turned out not to be the brightest bulb in the chandelier.

"They want the federal government controlling Social Security like it's some kind of federal program."
Debate in St. Charles, Mo., Nov. 2, 2000
http://www.realchange.org/bushjr.htm


Several researchers have investigated the business history of the Bush family. The facts that they have uncovered are not very pretty. The business record of George W. Bush holds some revealing insights to how his presidency has operated, and helps to explain why the country has fallen so deeply in debt and has so many other problems.
As explained by Kevin Phillips in his book, American Dynasty: Aristocracy, Fortune, and the Politics of Deceit in the House of Bush, George W. Bush's businesses fail but he makes millions. Among Mr. Bush's business ventures:
• Arbusto, an oil exploration company, lost money, but it got considerable investments (nearly $5 million) because even losing oil investments were useful as tax shelters.
• Spectrum 7 Energy Corp. bought out Arbusto in 1984 and hired Mr. Bush to run the company's oil interests in Midland, Texas. The oil business collapsed as oil prices plummeted by 1986, and Spectrum 7 Energy was near failure.
• Harken Energy acquired Mr. Bush's Spectrum 7 Energy shares, and he got Harken shares, a directorship, and a consulting arrangement in return. A 1991 internal SEC document suggested George W. Bush violated federal securities law at least 4 times in the late 1980s and early 1990s in selling Harken stock while serving as a director of Harken. This is essentially the same kind of activity that Martha Stewart is going to prison over. Except at the time of the investigation, Mr. Bush's father was president and the case was quietly dropped.
http://alaric3rh.home.sprynet.com/science/bceo.html


In a column posted yesterday on Salon.com, Joe Conason writes: "Preferring to avoid public scrutiny for obvious reasons, executives at the Carlyle Group usually say nothing about their firm's connections with the Bush dynasty. But last April 23, Carlyle managing director David Rubenstein spoke quite frankly about the comfy sinecure he provided to George W. Bush more than a decade ago -- and how useless Bush turned out to be.
Whether he knew it or not, Rubenstein's remarks to the Los Angeles County Employees Retirement Association were recorded."

Rubenstein said, "We put [Bush] on the board and [he] spent three years. Came to all the meetings. Told a lot of jokes. Not that many clean ones. And after a while I kind of said to him, after about three years - you know, I'm not sure this is really for you. Maybe you should do something else. Because I don't think you're adding that much value to the board. You don't know that much about the company.

Rubenstein continued: "He said, well I think I'm getting out of this business anyway. And I don't really like it that much. So I'm probably going to resign from the board. And I said, thanks - didn't think I'd ever see him again. His name is George W. Bush. He became President of the United States. So you know if you said to me, name 25 million people who would maybe be President of the United States, he wouldn't have been in that category. So you never know. Anyway, I haven't been invited to the White House for any things."

David Rubenstein, founder and managing director of the Carlyle Group. This is an excerpt from a talk he gave to investors with the Los Angeles County Retirement Association on April 23, 2003.

http://www.informationclearing...info/article3994.htm[/QUOTE]


When, you emerge from your time warp, you'll find Obama has been president for over two years. And, his stupidity makes Bush look like a blooming Einstein.
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Originally posted by Winston Niles Rumfoord:
Y'all need to quit coddling that guy. He's a communist propagandist from the TNF.


And this coming from a poster whose only claim to fame on TNF is continually arguing with another poster about which has the least amount of anal fixation.
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Originally posted by elinterventor01:

When, you emerge from your time warp, you'll find Obama has been president for over two years. And, his stupidity makes Bush look like a blooming Einstein.


You're losing track of the direction of the present conversation. Please try to keep up.
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Originally posted by The Propagandist:
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Originally posted by Winston Niles Rumfoord:
Y'all need to quit coddling that guy. He's a communist propagandist from the TNF.


And this coming from a poster whose only claim to fame on TNF is continually arguing with another poster about which has the least amount of anal fixation.


GOTTA LUV IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! THANK YOU MR PROP!!!!!!!!! Big Grin Big Grin Big Grin
Your "mission work" is going well here at the TD RETHUGLITEACON BIG TOP CIRCUS!!!!
Bless you sir!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Originally posted by ferrellj:
Exactly what is his mission?


I can't speak for Mr. Propogandist: The mission he seems to have accomplished so far is exposing the lies and hypocrisy that you and the rest of the rethugliteacon clowns perform in the center ring at the Big Top constantly.
And do it in a way that is far more enlightening and intelligent than I could.
From observation at TNF, he eats thugs for breakfast and seems to have not even gotten out of first gear here yet. I HOPE it will be a bumpy ride for the TEABAGGERS when Mr. Prop is at the wheel! Cool
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Originally posted by rocky:
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Originally posted by ferrellj:
Exactly what is his mission?


I can't speak for Mr. Propogandist: The mission he seems to have accomplished so far is exposing the lies and hypocrisy that you and the rest of the rethugliteacon clowns perform in the center ring at the Big Top constantly.
And do it in a way that is far more enlightening and intelligent than I could.
From observation at TNF, he eats thugs for breakfast and seems to have not even gotten out of first gear here yet. I HOPE it will be a bumpy ride for the TEABAGGERS when Mr. Prop is at the wheel! Cool


1. Feel free at any time to use the highlight feature of the forum (red works pretty good) to point out the lies and hypocrisies that I post.

2. That would not be hard to do.

3. I don't know anyone on here that is scared or intimidated by your friend the propogandist.

Main Entry: propagandist
Part of Speech: noun
Definition: spreader of misinformation
Synonyms: activist, advocator, apostle, missionary, proponent
Main Entry: agitator
Part of Speech: noun
Definition: person who disturbs, causes trouble
Synonyms: adjy, advocate, agent, anarchist, champion, demagogue, disrupter, dissident, dogmatist, fighter, firebrand, fomenter, heretic, incendiary, inciter, instigator, leftist, malcontent, mover, partisan, propagandist , provocateur, pusher, rabble-rouser, radical, reactionary, rebel, reformer, revisionist, revolutionary, ringleader, sparkplug, troublemaker, wave maker, zealot

Nice pal you have there rocky.
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Originally posted by The Propagandist:
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Originally posted by elinterventor01:

When, you emerge from your time warp, you'll find Obama has been president for over two years. And, his stupidity makes Bush look like a blooming Einstein.


You're losing track of the direction of the present conversation. Please try to keep up.



I don't think so Prop, you are the guy who posted an article from 2000. As the original post showed, when backed into a corner, liberals go for Bush Cheney, Neocons.
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Originally posted by b50m:
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Originally posted by The Propagandist:
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Originally posted by elinterventor01:

When, you emerge from your time warp, you'll find Obama has been president for over two years. And, his stupidity makes Bush look like a blooming Einstein.


You're losing track of the direction of the present conversation. Please try to keep up.



I don't think so Prop, you are the guy who posted an article from 2000. As the original post showed, when backed into a corner, liberals go for Bush Cheney, Neocons.


You mean this?

"They want the federal government controlling Social Security like it's some kind of federal program."
Debate in St. Charles, Mo., Nov. 2, 2000


Now consider The Gettysburg Address, 1863. Did it happen? And that's going back 148 years, not nine.

Truth has no expiration date.
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Originally posted by The Propagandist:
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Originally posted by elinterventor01:

When, you emerge from your time warp, you'll find Obama has been president for over two years. And, his stupidity makes Bush look like a blooming Einstein.


You're losing track of the direction of the present conversation. Please try to keep up.


I keep up! Its you that's wandering from the thread. Or, practicing obfuscation.
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Originally posted by elinterventor01:
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Originally posted by The Propagandist:
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Originally posted by elinterventor01:

When, you emerge from your time warp, you'll find Obama has been president for over two years. And, his stupidity makes Bush look like a blooming Einstein.


You're losing track of the direction of the present conversation. Please try to keep up.


I keep up! Its you that's wandering from the thread. Or, practicing obfuscation.


Jennifer
Hall of Famer
Posted 06 April 2011 08:54 AM

Originally posted by Jennifer:
Bettern-nun is that you? Say "new government giveaway program" for me. If the "president" in office now is an example of democratic intellect I'd hate to see the dumb one. Oh but wait-never mind.

posted by The Propagandist:
You say you'd hate to see a dumb President? We just got through with one -- it hasn't been that long since January 20, 2009.

No, I said if obummer is your idea of an intelligent person I'd hate to see your dumb candidate. One would think with all your intellect you would understand a simple post. It seems that if you really thought Bush was so bad you would have wanted better, yet this was the best you could come up with? You have no room to question the intelligence of anyone when you put the "community organizer" in office. But again, that was probably the best you had.

Seems I've kept up with the subject pretty well. Please try harder.

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