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Oh delightful. Now we have leftists saying (and approving the saying of) things like they're glad there was a major natural disaster so their guy could get elected.

 

Color me surprised.

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post #162 of 207

You mean his comment didn't give you a thrill up your leg, MJ? I think that means you're a racist or something.

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Oh delightful. Now we have leftists saying (and approving the saying of) things like they're glad there was a major natural disaster so their guy could get elected.

 

Color me surprised.

Only an angry rightwinger the morning after would say something like that.1wink.gif

 

But as I've said the right is only digging their own grave by not seeing the rest of the country and what they want ( please don't waste my time by asking me to explain you already know this ). They do this at their peril ( as in less support everytime from now on ). They'll either get it or they won't............

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Only an angry rightwinger the morning after would say something like that.1wink.gif

 

You're glad a natural disaster happened, jimmac? 1wink.gif

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Only an angry rightwinger the morning after would say something like that.1wink.gif

 

You're glad a natural disaster happened, jimmac? 1wink.gif

Don't be stupid. Please show me the quote where I said this ( exactly not your dumb partisan interpretation ).1wink.gif

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Only an angry rightwinger the morning after would say something like that.

 

I said it and I'm not angry or a right-winger. So there goes your theory.

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post #167 of 207
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Don't be stupid. Please show me the quote where I said this ( exactly not your dumb partisan interpretation ).1wink.gif

 

You didn't appear have any problem with Chris Matthews' comment, so I was just asking for clarification of your own position. You don't need to be rude and resort to name-calling. 1wink.gif

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post #168 of 207
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Only an angry right winger the morning after would say something like that.

 

I said it and I'm not angry or a right-winger. So there goes your theory.

 

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Or someone who read the story and the comments.

 

 

 

....took it it in a clearly partisan way and tried to reinterpret it for us.lol.gif

 

How Republican of you guys.1wink.gif

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....took it it in a clearly partisan way and tried to reinterpret it for us.

 

I see. Why don't you give us your interpretation. Then we can see what a non-partisan interpretation looks like.

 

 

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How Republican of you.

 

I'm not a Republican.

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post #170 of 207
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....took it it in a clearly partisan way and tried to reinterpret it for us.

 

I see. Why don't you give us your interpretation. Then we can see what a non-partisan interpretation looks like.

 

 

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How Republican of you.

 

I'm not a Republican.

MJ I don't have to explain anything for you from now on. You're a bright guy. Figure it out.

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post #171 of 207
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MJ I don't have to explain anything for you from now on. You're a bright guy. Figure it out.

 

Oh dear. Except maybe this post. 1confused.gif

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post #172 of 207
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MJ I don't have to explain anything for you from now on. You're a bright guy. Figure it out.

 

Can't you see he's here to gloat, MJ? Don't ask him to clarify his statements at a time like this (not that he ever has). 1wink.gif

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MJ I don't have to explain anything for you from now on. You're a bright guy. Figure it out.

 

Can't you see he's here to gloat, MJ? Don't ask him to clarify his statements at a time like this (not that he ever has). 1wink.gif

I just don't feel I need to waste my time anymore explaing the obvious. So please......1rolleyes.gif

 

It's one of the reasons I don't come to the sand box as much anymore. So childish.

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post #174 of 207
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I just don't feel I need to waste my time anymore explaing the obvious.

 

No. We get it. lol.gif

 

 

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It's one of the reasons I don't come to the sand box as much anymore. So childish.

 

The irony meter just broke.

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I just don't feel I need to waste my time anymore explaing the obvious. So please......1rolleyes.gif

 

It's one of the reasons I don't come to the sand box as much anymore. So childish.

 

You're here to gloat, not have a conversation. Got it. 1wink.gif

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I just don't feel I need to waste my time anymore explaing the obvious. So please......1rolleyes.gif

 

It's one of the reasons I don't come to the sand box as much anymore. So childish.

 

You're here to gloat, not have a conversation. Got it. 1wink.gif

When you want to have a reasonable conversation let me know.1wink.gif

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When you want to have a reasonable conversation let me know.1wink.gif

 

You'll let us know when you are won't you?

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When you want to have a reasonable conversation let me know.1wink.gif

 

You'll let us know when you are won't you?

Would you recognise it if I did?1wink.gif

 

I'm thinking you're so into your point of view probably not.

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post #179 of 207
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Would you recognise it if I did?1wink.gif

 

Yes.

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Would you recognise it if I did?1wink.gif

 

Yes.

It's like talking to a fish about water. " Where. What water? "

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post #181 of 207
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It's like talking to a fish about water. " Where. What water? "

 

What the **** are you talking about. When you want to engage in real discussion, let us all know.

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It's like talking to a fish about water. " Where. What water? "

 

What the **** are you talking about. When you want to engage in real discussion, let us all know.

Sorry you're getting testy. Rough day?1wink.gif

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When you want to have a reasonable conversation let me know.1wink.gif

 

I wouldn't want to trifle you with reasonable conversation. It obviously puts a tremendous strain on you. Carry on with your important gloating. 1wink.gif

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Sorry you're getting testy.

 

Nope.

 

 

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Rough day?

 

Nope.

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post #185 of 207

lol.gif He, he!1wink.gif

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post #186 of 207

CNN "Journalist" writes daily to Obama for four years. Saying CNN personalities are 'unbalanced' now has new meaning.

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post #187 of 207

Media ignores abortionist murder trial

 

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The trial details are nothing short of sensational: A doctor accused of killing seven newborns and a young woman at a filthy Philadelphia clinic strewn with body parts and described as a “slaughterhouse.”

It’s big news in Philadelphia, but nationally, not so much. The lack of coverage is a problem for a growing chorus of conservative and media critics, who allege that the scant national media attention can be attributed not to the courtroom drama but the politics of abortion.

Dr. Kermit Gosnell was an abortionist, meaning that any coverage of the trial risks painting the pro-choice movement in an unflattering light. In a statement issued last week, 20 conservative leaders called for an end to what they described as a “media blackout” and “censoring” of the trial for political reasons.

“The horrific excesses of the abortion industry exemplified by Gosnell and Planned Parenthood are major, national news stories any way you look at them. But the pro-abortion liberal media are determined to hide them from the public,” said the April 4 statement led by the conservative Media Research Center and signed by former Republican presidential candidate Gary Bauer, columnist Kellyanne Conway and Family Research Council President Tony Perkins.

“The media have a solemn duty to the American people to report the news, not just news that helps the positions they support. It’s unprofessional, it’s disgusting, and it’s inhuman,” the statement said.

MRC also reports that there has been no network coverage on ABC, CBS, NBC, MSNBC, NPR or PBS, and just one brief mention on CNN.

“It’s unbelievable that Dr. Gosnell’s trial for his actions inside his ‘house of horrors’ haven’t drawn one network story,” said Media Research Center President Brent Bozell in a March 26 column decrying the lack of coverage.

Forbes columnist Mike Ozanian said that the controversy surrounding Rutgers University basketball coach Mike Rice, who was shown on video abusing players and using vulgar language during practice, had received far more national attention than the Gosnell trial.

“What troubles me is why Rice and Rutgers deserve more attention from the media than the trial of doctor Kermit Gosnell,” he said. “How much of this story have you seen on the evening news? I bet not nearly as much as you have seen about Rice.”

Not every murder trial receives prominent national coverage, but the Gosnell case would seem to contain all the ingredients of must-see television: a formerly respected community leader accused of unspeakable acts; the death of a young immigrant woman; a parade of former employees offering graphic testimony on the gruesome deaths of more than 100 just-born infants; and even the implication by the doctor’s lawyers that the charges have been motivated by racism. Dr. Gosnell is black and his clinic was in a mostly minority neighborhood.

Assistants said the babies were effectively decapitated after the doctor snipped their spines with scissors. One assistant said a newly delivered baby was “big enough to walk around with me or walk around to the bus stop.” Another employee said she heard a baby “screaming” after it was born alive after a botched abortion attempt.

“The mainstream media has been studiously avoiding the trial of abortion butcher Kermit Gosnell, despite the kind of stomach-churning testimony that would normally attract headline coverage,” John Hayward said in a column Monday in Human Events.

Critics also say there is a glaring double standard involved in the treatment of the Gosnell trial. Stories that place the pro-life movement in a negative light are much more likely to receive coverage, such as an NBC News report in November about a woman who died in Ireland after being refused an abortion in a Catholic hospital, said Mr. Bozell. Pro-lifers also note full coverage on the several occasions when abortionists have been killed.

The trial is being covered by The Associated Press, and AP wire stories have appeared on network websites. The proceedings also are receiving heavy coverage on pro-life and religious websites such as LifeNews, as well as newspapers and television in the Philadelphia and Delaware markets.

The Media Reseach Center has received no reaction from the networks about the statement, said Dan Gainor, vice-president for business and culture.

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post #188 of 207

What the doctor did was not abortion--it was murder. See, the difference is the babies were...wait for it...BORN. Infanticide != Abortion.

 

(assuming that the assertions made in the article are true--don't have the time or desire to research that right now)

 

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post #189 of 207

So wonderful when we can use semantics to justify killing a human being.

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post #190 of 207

Semantics?  Justifying?  Hardly.

 

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post #191 of 207
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(...-don't have the time or desire to research that right now)

 

How terribly surprising.

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post #192 of 207
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How terribly surprising.

How terribly surprising you ignored the distinction between infanticide of a viable baby and abortion of a nonviable fetus.

 

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post #193 of 207

Screw Romney!
 

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Malo periculosam, libertatem quam quietam servitutem.

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Malo periculosam, libertatem quam quietam servitutem.

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post #196 of 207

Meanwhile, regular Fox News talking head Erik Rush spouts the old Bush Administration style neoconazi psychopathic drivel http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/muslims-are-evil-lets-kill-them-all-fox-news-guest-erik-rush-provokes-furious-reaction-with-boston-bombing-twitter-rants-8575176.html  and this is when the public ( I stress) has no idea who perpetrated the bombings.

 

"Muslims are Evil. Lets Kill' em All".

 

This is in response to the rumor that an injured Saudi national had been interrogated in hospital. If you were a Muslim, and happened to be in the vicinity of a terrorist's bomb, then the natural reaction would be to run like hell, not just to get away from the area in case of a second device, but also to avoid getting lynched.

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post #197 of 207

 

And your thoughts on this are?

 

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Meanwhile, regular Fox News talking head Erik Rush spouts the old Bush Administration style neoconazi psychopathic drivel http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/muslims-are-evil-lets-kill-them-all-fox-news-guest-erik-rush-provokes-furious-reaction-with-boston-bombing-twitter-rants-8575176.html  and this is when the public ( I stress) has no idea who perpetrated the bombings.

 

"Muslims are Evil. Lets Kill' em All".

 

This is in response to the rumor that an injured Saudi national had been interrogated in hospital. If you were a Muslim, and happened to be in the vicinity of a terrorist's bomb, then the natural reaction would be to run like hell, not just to get away from the area in case of a second device, but also to avoid getting lynched.

 

The bombing is being exploited by just about everyone for different reasons. It's sickening, really. The thing is, whether it's being exploited by the right or the left, they are both exploiting it with the same end in mind: more government. False flag or not, that will be the result.

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The bombing is being exploited by just about everyone for different reasons. It's sickening, really. The thing is, whether it's being exploited by the right or the left, they are both exploiting it with the same end in mind: more government. False flag or not, that will be the result.

 

Really.  So the "liberal media" has been running front page pictures with white, southern looking guys circled in red claiming that they're suspects?  Lot of liberal media random chatter about how this was probably domestic, right wing terrorism?  Guess I missed it.

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Really.  So the "liberal media" has been running front page pictures with white, southern looking guys circled in red claiming that they're suspects?  Lot of liberal media random chatter about how this was probably domestic, right wing terrorism?  Guess I missed it.

 

Apparently so.

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