Why You So Racist, Tea Party?

Submitted by: goaliejerry 7 years ago in
http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2010/03/20/politics/main6318517.shtml?tag=stack

Oh, must be Health Care Reform.
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Male 10,338
That`s what he said Madest.
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Male 273
Why you so left-wing I-A-B?
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Male 7,378
Ollie Bush was the head of the RNC in 1972. Look it up.
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Male 15,832
madest, Bush was the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations from 1971-1972.
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Male 40,739
vv there;s a grain of truth in what maddest says, even if it`s a bit of a straw-dog.
Reps are for smallER gov`t than Dems. In Dem-land HUGE gov`t is good! Reps think just plain LARGE gov`t is enough. Libertarians thing SMALL as possible gov`t works best.
IMHO at least.
BTW Prez O is also spying on the people, using the exact same laws as Prez Bush, which O re-signed eh? In fact many of the things Bush is demonized for, O has continued, without a peep of protest from the MSM.
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Male 7,378
What makes you think conservatives want small government? It was republicans that started the drug war. It was republicans that involved themselves in the Terry Schiavo case. It`s republicans that support sending your tax dollars to Isreal. It was republicans who shut down online poker. They denied Habeus Corpus and spied on all Americans. Remember it was republicans who marginalized Ron Paul by labeling him a kook. Never fear there`s one Canadian on your side.
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Male 40,739
vv Good for you auburn! Don`t take that name-calling crap from maddest, he`s still in grade 3 you know (arguement-wise at least).
As for reality:
http://tinyurl.com/yhllycz
There were a minimum of 2 cameras rolling during this "n-name calling" and yet not one frame of evidence has been put forward? Highly unlikely. Also a good read in general, eh?
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Male 10,338
I also never said I was independent. I said I was libertarian. Most (if not all) democrats want huge government. Libertarians are against that. Most conservatives want what the founding fathers wanted, which was small government. This is why libertarians most of the time side with conservatives. I also agree with crackerjack.
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Male 10,338
Believe what you want madest. It`s a free country.
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Male 7,378
If that were true you wouldn`t have automatically jumped to the defense of your fellow conservative CrakrJak. You see liberals as lying cheating scum you defend conservatives and claim to be independent. I see through your ruse.
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Male 10,338
Not at all true. I disagree with most of them. I am not Right Wing. I am anti big government. Libertarian if you`re nasty.
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Male 7,378
@ auburnjunkey,
You`ve proven your alliance with the right. No need to question any facts your fellow conservatives spew. They think like you so what they say must be true. Way to use that mind. Trig Palin would be proud.
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Male 10,338
Word to ya mutha.
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Male 40,739
@Brassbull So why am I "desperate"? How do you know this? Why am I a "republican" for voicing support for the non-partisam Tea Party? A name YOU choose to slander in an entirely bigoted and Democrat way>?
I case you STILL haven`t viewed the video, the bad word was said inside the building. No protest signs in sight, whoever was in there had gotten past security, eh?
You sure seem convinced that "nothing" will change my opinions, when I`ve said what will, PROJECTION much>?
Now be quiet troll-boy, adults are speaking, er, typing.
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Male 10,338
@davymid. I fail to see what was racist or xenophobic about his comments. He was just commenting on how we have a LOT of non-citizens voting in our elections. They are predominately Mexican. People should be able to speak the truth, regardless of what it is.
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Male 10,338
@ madest. So the head of the RNC or DNC never gives speeches?
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Male 7,378
@ CrakrJak. In 1972 George H.W. Bush was head of the RNC. Not a cabinet member so I doubt he was giving Vietnam war speeches.
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Male 1,610
Oh, one more thing. I don`t care how emotional you get over this, that`s not why I posted. Again, so you can understand this, is that you, like most republicans I run into on the net, are too biased by your beliefs to accept any truth that challenges those beliefs. I don`t like this bill at all, but I`ll be damned if I`m gonna join ranks with people like you to argue against it because you just give that fight a bad name, just like those people shouting n***** at the capitol.
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Male 1,610
I`m totally involved the content, I`m just not taking sides. The difference between you and me is I believe both sides are full of s**t. You, on the other hand, are desperate to believe that in a protest rally storming with tea baggers the one guy who yells something prefudice slander is not a tea bagger. And like bible beaters, nothing will ever change your beliefs even though there is plenty of evidence to suggest otherwise. I`m off to work, have fun on your little right-wing crusade.
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Male 40,739
[quote]no proof is gonna convince you these people[/quote]
Well, not true at all. If the official "tea party" marchers carried banners & posters like the anti-Bush people, I`d call them out!
You`ve offered NO EVIDENCE (much less any proof) that there is any connection between this ONE WORD and the entire tea party movement.
If you DON`T think they`re "tea party members" then WHY ARE YOU POSTING HERE? That would make you a TROLL, begone troll-boy!
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Male 12,138
vv CrakrJak: "No Tea Partier, That I know, Would stand for racial slurs or epithets of that nature"

Tea Party Convention, 4th Feb 2010, Invited Speaker Tom Tancredo (he was on just before Sarah Palin, besides the point). I can`t decide what I like best: the xenophobic rhetoric when he speaks of how non-english speaking Americans shouldn`t be allowed to vote (love the fact that his grandparents were Italian, nice touch). Or the bit where he EMPHASISES the "Hussein" of Barack Hussein Obama, to rabble-rouse.

Tea Party Convention Speech from Invited Speaker

Respected conservative republicans, I suggest you step away from this Tea Party movement before the undercurrent of racism from some of your compatriots rises to the fore and swallows you along with it.
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Male 17,511
"no other president in history has been called Mr. by the media so often."

The problem is some media started calling him `President Barrack Hussien Obama` and/or `President Barrack Obama`. This caused people to scream `racism` for the mere mention of his first and middle name. The media then, Afraid of being called `racist`, Decided on using `President Obama` almost universally. I`ve not heard `Mr. Obama` on the news very often, Unless they were addressing his departed father.
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Male 17,511
[quote]In 1972 Saul Alinsky (one of Obama`s mentors) instructed his acolytes to attend a speech by George H. W. Bush dressed up in Ku Klux Klan costumes. Whenever Bush said something in support of the Vietnam War, they stood up and waved placards reading, "The KKK supports Bush."[/quote]

Most people have no idea about "Alinsky Tactics" and they`ve been around since the 1960`s.

No Tea Partier, That I know, Would stand for racial slurs or epithets of that nature. It`s 2010, We are beyond those words, They are history.
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Male 15,832
Why you so gullible, I-A-B?

First, no one has yet produced video of anyone in that crowd saying the "N" word. Andrew Breitbart has offered a $10,000 cash reward for anyone who can produce a video of it. No takers so far...

Second, even if we get a video with someone using the "N" word, that still doesn`t prove it was a Tea Party conservative who said it. It`s a long-established Chicago political trick to plant your supporters in your opponent`s crowd and have them shout racial or other slurs at your candidate in order to discredit your opponent by association. In 1972 Saul Alinsky (one of Obama`s mentors) instructed his acolytes to attend a speech by George H. W. Bush dressed up in Ku Klux Klan costumes. Whenever Bush said something in support of the Vietnam War, they stood up and waved placards reading, "The KKK supports Bush."

Just don`t be too quick to believe what you hear in the media about this.
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Male 1,610
You mean the guy with the southern drawl filming it? You two should go be best buds. My point was no proof is gonna convince you these people you praise did anything racist and anyone who argues against that is a bigot without the ability to understand anything. You`re just validating my point. I never said I thought they were teabaggers and you`re arguing as if I had. You`re THAT eager to defend them.
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Female 612
"I also don`t get why he is always referred to as Mr. Obama, its PRESIDENT OBAMA. no other president in history has been called Mr. by the media so often."

That`s absolutely false. It is just more noticeable when it is "your" president being called that. President Bush rarely even got the honorific "Mr." when liberals spoke of him towards the end of his presidency. Just wait and see with the next president.

I used to think like that, too, about how candidates/presidents are spoken of, but then I realized it just depends on who it is.
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Male 121
HATERS GONNA HAAAAAAAAATTTTTTEEEEEEE!!!!!!!

gosh, i`ve been waiting since sunday to say that
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Male 503
I also don`t get why he is always referred to as Mr. Obama, its PRESIDENT OBAMA. no other president in history has been called Mr. by the media so often.
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Male 40,739
vv @brassbull who mentioned Jesus? Where did you get the idea that I`m Christian? Sure, I`d believe Jesus if He told me, (and I knew for sure it was Him, lolz!) wouldn`t YOU?? Or Ghandi, or Cleopatra, or other dead paople who come to life to tell me stuff.
BUT in the video there is NOTHING to indicate that these are "tea partiers". No signs, no shirts. For all we know it was Barney`s husband wishing him "good morning". The video itself points this out, did you even watch it?

[quote]...yelled by sincere tea baggers[/quote]
This statement makes you bigoted beyond your ability to understand, mmm-kay?
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Male 7,378
If teabaggers are homophobic racists wouldn`t they just be republican?
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Male 1,610
@ auburnjunky - "but narry a racial slur was uttered".....really? REALLY?? LOL. Do you give tours of old southern plantations as a day job? Thats gonna tickle me for weeks.
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Male 478
cool story bro.
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Male 833
proof or not, just knowing how people are can you honestly think that no one has said the n word or used gay slurs on them? People are outright mean in a group.
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Male 1,610
@5cat

Not like this is gonna convince you because I don`t think anything, save Jesus coming down and handing you the evidence, would sway your opinion, but here is a news report with a video of someone yelling f*g at Barney Frank.

http://www.youtube .com/watch?v=9OlQNoqCzm8

Bottom line, whether these reports are factual or not, your beliefs are always going to prevent you from ever believing they actually were yelled by sincere tea baggers. also theres a picture floating around a guy with a Texas flag shirt on holding a picket sign with the word n****r on it. do I believe this really happened? I have my doubts too, but I`ve seen that word used to death in blogs during the whole Tiger Woods thing, and he was just unfaithful. I think its naive to think someone wouldn`t use it in reference to an advocate of an issue people have been raging over for decades. ..."narry a racial slur was uttered" LMAO, give me a break!
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Male 40,739
@Sigon the point is (as Baelzar mentioned) that there are NO pictures, video, audio or any other "proof" of these events? AND no actual evidence that these people were even PART of the teaparty and not Union thugs or loonie liberals out to smear the real partiers?
With this amazing LACK of evidence I judge in favour of NOT throwing out the whole batch of apples, eh?
ALSO those anti-Bush signs? They were everywhere, and fully supported by leftist-Dem rally organizers.
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Male 40,739
Lets see: the reporter who said the party people used the "n" word? HE didn`t hear it, his FRIEND told him about it, which is "hearsay and thus complete garbage:
http://tinyurl.com/yzwgh6y
Also, a reported "spitting incident"? not so much as you`d think:
http://tinyurl.com/y9geth5
No further update on the alleged "f" word...
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Female 3,828
LOL @ topperhey! second person to make me giggle today! well done!

and musuko, i agree with your last post 100 percent! guess im a socialist...LOL
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Male 496
I believe capitalism- the ability to innovate and profit from your own labor- was responsible for technology compounding and creating our standard of living today. And it`s the only proven system to do so. For example, steam power existed in the time of ancient greece, yet industrialization and the steam engine did not appear until a capitalist system was implemented.

As to railroad barons, they did not hold everyone in the USA under their thumb (though their excesses were astounding- go visit Newport, RI!)- we were a mainly agrarian country at the time. People were immigrating to the USA in droves from Asia and Europe during the time of the rail barons... what does that say about the American standard of living by comparison? Whether that can continue as society shifts to the left remains to be seen, but I`m hesitant to move away from what we know works.

The trick is to balance caring for those who need a hand without trading away our liberty; Obamacare does no
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Male 25,416
hmmmm....
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Male 716
When you don`t have a good comeback, always resort to the racism excuse.
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Male 1,254
21st Century America. Fiscal responsibility and small government are considered extreme...
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Male 10,338
In your opinion right Jamie?
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Male 2,344
are people suprised that the Tea Party is openly racist?

come on people, they have done this before and used banners/posters at their rallies that were very racist.

they are a group of fringe liberarians and republicans that wrongfully invoke the name of the Tea Party of hostorical reference and use the name for nothing mroe then pushing their own brand of extreme right wing views.

we do need a third or even fourth party but these clowns are not it.
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Male 10,338
Also davy. As I remember, it wasn`t racism, it was stereotyping. Didn`t mean to offend you here today. I was calling that guy out for being a tattle.
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Male 10,338
I was talking to him davy. Not you. He was threatening banhammer because we were arguing. Like, "I am right. I`m gonna get you banned!"

Sorry dude.
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Male 1,929
lol @ people thinking the right to medical treatment in the 21st century is commonism/socialism. lol lol lol Next you`ll be saying that having a policeforce is communism, and people should just pay for their own private bodyguards. Tools.
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Male 7,378
v Kind of like republicans pretending to be fiscally conservative? v
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Male 17,511
There were reports of `Posers` in the crowd of tea partiers, Also blogs telling people (Misguided Liberals) to `pose` as tea partiers and yell slurs/epithets in order to tarnish them.

That is a despicable way to counter-protest, Almost as despicable as the bill itself.
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Male 12,138
[quote]Send davymid a letter and tell him to ban me because my opinion differs from yours.[/quote]
The implication here being that you were banned because I disagreed with you?

With all due respect, auburnjunky, that`s emphatically NOT how I, or any other mod around here rolls, and frankly I`m personally insulted by that slander. I disagree with you and with a whole bunch of different users, many of them here present, on a daily basis, who have NEVER been banned.

YOU were temp banned by me on grounds of racism, nothing else. I`ll save you the embarrassment of quoting here what it was you SAID to get you banned. The time before that you were perm banned by fancylad. Again, I won`t embarrass you for saying what for, suffice to say perm bans are handed out for worse offences than temp bans.

So, with all due respect, if you`re going to throw slander around that you were banned because this mod or that mod DISAGREES with you, I respectfully suggest you STFU
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Male 2,850
"All socialists seem to actually care about is keeping the entire population on a level of bare sustenance."

That`s not what socialism is about.

In practice, countries that have a socialist lean, such as many in Europe, have a primarily capitalist society with a socialist safety net; the socialism ensures nobody falls below the "bare sustenance" level, as you put it, whilst the capitalism allows people to rise above that bare minimum if they put the effort in. Those who do rise above that level pay into the system to ensure that the bare minimum is maintained.

They provide the safety net for others; but others also provide the safety net for them.

It`s basically one giant insurance policy for the entire population.

In Britain it`s even called that: National Insurance.

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Male 1,399
Capitalism raises the standard of living for everyone, including the poorest.

Even if you are unable to earn a living, only a wealthy country can afford to support you.

All socialists seem to actually care about is keeping the entire population on a level of bare sustenance. We are not hive insects. We are individuals.
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Male 185
@Sigon

Could you explain why it will cost $1700-$3500 more?
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Male 881
I believe history proves you wrong. Were your American ancestors the rail barons or nearly destitute farmers?

You credit capitalism with technological advances, but I disagree. Technology builds upon itself and has been growing for far longer than capitalism can take credit for. Technology is primarily responsible for our current personal wealth and comfort.

Too much socialism does have the negative results you outlined, but too much capitalism results in deep divides between the wealthy and poor. That is exactly why I believe a balance, not necessarily 50/50, is best.

I think the health care bill crossed the line and is bad policy. I believe that a better solution would have come from breaking health insurance monopolies and encouraging competition. But I also believe that we have a responsibility to care for our citizens.

I think you put too much emphasis on material growth. Yes, the east is a rising economic power, but their people suffer f
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Male 10,338
Wow. The people with sense have signed on to IAB.

Welcome comrades!
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Male 1,399
Uh....wait.

So there`s absolutely no video or audio of this?

In a place that had news media everywhere, and private people recording...no proof.

You`re kidding, right?
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Male 1,254
That`s alright, they`ll be able to get all of the grief counseling they could possibly ever want after such a traumatic episode. You know, since they are actually exempt from the health care legislation they just passed.
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Male 129
@ 5cats

Just because they (the bush protesters) do it doesn`t mean we should sink to their level...We must rise up above their paultry little comments and show them we are the better persons.

Also...Gotta laugh at all teh college students who rallied for this Healthcare bill...congrats, you are now paying an estimated additional $1700-$3500 for your student loans...you wanted this...guess it pays to READ a bill before you SIGN it...
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Male 496
nable debt. Drat! I almost got under the 1000 character max!
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Male 496
I don`t think we`re talking about a zero-sum game here... 100% capitalism or 100% socialism. But I do think the argument that capitalism forces you to aspire to a 1% of the population which jealously hoards all the wealth is specious.

The capitalism-based system in the United States has given rise to a level of personal wealth, personal comfort, benevolence, and technological achievement unrivaled in human history.

While the effects of socialism are still ongoing, I argue that it leads to unsustainable national debt, lack of wealth generation, and a levelization of the vast majority of incomes on the individual level via taxation which suppresses innovation and growth. The East is on the rise specifically because they haven`t handcuffed themselves in the same way we are currently handcuffing ourselves in the west.

Health care reform is an iron chain around our necks that will only deliver false promises while increasing our downward spiral into unsustai
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Male 129
Everyone`s a little bit racist....If you say you aren`t, you are living a lie
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Male 2,850
"That`s right, those anti-Bush protesters were the very EPITOME of good manners and politeness..."

Oh yes, here comes the "why should we behave when *they* don`t" argument.
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Male 7,378
v That`s because Bush was retarded. Wouldn`t expect a Canadian to recognize that though. v
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Male 40,739
Oh, even better:
A roundup of images
Compare and contrast, if you dare.
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Male 40,739
That`s right, those anti-Bush protesters were the very EPITOME of good manners and politeness...

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Male 2,850
"If you think you`ll be in that 1%, then moving toward capitalism is for you"

That`s the thing though; so many people DO think they`ll be in that 1%, and never seem to realise that they`re far more likely to end up in the 99%.

Somewhat similar I`d say to the way that the Jehovah`s Witnesses have over 7 million members who believe that only 144,000 people will get into heaven.
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Male 881
I`m willing to admit exactly how socialist America has become. The truth is that pure capitalism is just as evil as pure socialism. In an ideal world, capitalism and socialism could be viable systems, but we will never live in an ideal world. People like to point to socialist countries that have failed as a way to demonize the concept, but they forget what capitalism did to the poor in this country.

Pure capitalism has safe guards against the exploitation of labor, but the reality is that that is the last part of capitalism to ever be implemented and thus never has been. Our history of capitalism has been a history of exploitation. Being mostly capitalist brings child labor, declining wages, unsafe work conditions, the rape of our environment, and a fabulously wealthy 1%. If you think you`ll be in that 1%, then moving toward capitalism is for you, but for the rest of us a balance between capitalism and socialism is a good thing.
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Male 496
The US has become more socialized than we`d care to believe, which is precisely why people are so upset when we take the first big step towards socializing our healthcare system.

And that`s all this is: a $1,000,000,000,000.00 first step towards that goal, and that`s by their own estimates and not counting some of the medically-related companion provisions that were passed in the stimulus bill...
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Male 7,378
Teabaggers are supposed to be concerned about spending. I don`t know how homosexuality and race play into their platform other than to make them look like the fools they seem to be.
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Male 2,850
@xxPinkxx

Her name is Alberta, she lives in Vancouver! She cooks like my mother and sucks like a hoover!

My girlfriend who lives...in CANADAAAAAA!
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Female 3,828
Hey i used to live in Bathurst, NB! awesome!
Montreal is meh. Only ok if you speak french really well.
Vancouver is the bomb! seriously is the best Canadian city.

Well guys i gotta take off. I promised my moose i`d ride him to Tim Hortons today. He holds a grudge and gets cranky without his Timbits.

You guys are fun! you should all come on chat sometime! That way were not spamming the forums like this.


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Male 29
I`m from the east coast, the province of New Brunswick.Though I did live in Vancouver for a time, and in fact find it the best city in Canada..Montreal a close second aha. I have been teaching in China for over two years.Coming here for several reasons some include, my love of travel and my interest in Communism.
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Female 3,828
Really rusty? where are you from? Im in vancouver.

OMG china? That`s exciting, but scary!
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Male 29
Hey Pink I`m also from Canada :) . Though I do work in China. The truth is America is more Socialist than they would like to admit, this was happening long before the healthcare bill.
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Male 2,850
"What kind of sammich would you like?"

If that isn`t the most wonderful question one can be asked, it`s certainly in the top ten!

Grilled or fried halloumi with salad and henderson`s relish between two hot from the oven thick cut slices of homemade bread!

Mmmm. I know what I`m making when I get home tonight.
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Male 29
Step 1:revolution
Step 2:Socialism (No country has been past this step)
Step 3: Communism

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Female 3,828
Hey, "bitched" isnt censored? I thought i knew all the ones that werent... :-)
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Male 2,850
"No musuko. Well said. Did I spell it right? ;)"

Well, I`d claim the name to be a proper noun, so a capitalised "M" would be nice.

And don`t forget the 42. The 42 is important. It is THE answer, after all.
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Female 3,828
LOL no kidding musuko! Say socialism, guys!!

they cant really say socialism and sound bad though, like communism. they just want to shock and say america isnt a democracy.
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Male 10,338
We usually say "socialism" when talking about Obama and his cronies. Why that guy said communism is beyond me.
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Female 3,828
What kind of sammich would you like?

/me throws canadian iab sandwich party with beer.

Its potluck guys! bring stuff!!
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Female 3,828
LOL i love how he just Bitched out the two only people who werent american, just for not being american. ??
Your american, i dont hold that against you. I value your opinion equally much as someone from europe, when it MAKES SENSE.
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Male 2,850
"Your right about the American view of Communism . It`s so off the true meaniing it isn`t even funny"

And the amusing thing is that they could easily use the word "socialism", which comes a little bit closer to accurately describing what they fear.

"And i CAN make you a damn sandwich, because I am HEALTHY enough to do so because i have HEALTHCARE."

Can I have one too? Pretty please?
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Male 10,338
Well then hop to it pink.:)
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Male 29
Your right about the American view of Communism . It`s so off the true meaniing it isn`t even funny, though you can`t really blame them. They just think of USSR,China and North Korea . Three (red) countries who just used the name Communism as a front when it clearly was a Dictatorship
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Female 3,828
HEY! i was being moderately nice, considering how ignorant you sound.

And i CAN make you a damn sandwich, because I am HEALTHY enough to do so because i have HEALTHCARE.
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Male 10,338
No musuko. Well said. Did I spell it right? ;)
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Male 2,850
"Or, you can go somewhere else and post in a thread that has to do with world affairs. Why do you even give a crap about my country and it`s politics?"

Because this is a site called I-am-bored.com

I am bored.

And this is entertaining.

Need I further reason?
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Male 10,338
Of course I don`t know him personally. lol.
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Male 10,338
THANK YOU WILDCATS!
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Male 2,850
"You are casting doubt in the man just because I misspelled his damn name."

No. I am casting doubt on how much you personally know about the man because you misspelt his name.

My implication is that if you don`t even know how to spell his name, then you are unlikely to know much about the man himself, and therefore are basing your opinion on how great he is on very little, if anything at all.

That is what I am saying.
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Male 237
1. Lets consider the source of this article.

2. Way to stereotype an entire group based on what a few people do.

3. A congress that would have never passed a bill even with a clear majority without bribery, arm twisting, and threats should be up for scrutiny. In fact, our leaders should ALWAYS be up for scrutiny otherwise they are called dictators.
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Male 10,338
f-off pink from America`s hat. Go make me a damn sandwich.
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Male 10,338
Or, you can go somewhere else and post in a thread that has to do with world affairs. Why do you even give a crap about my country and it`s politics?
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Female 3,828
"I don`t think you should be banned; watching you perform is certainly keeping me from being bored."

LOL @ musuko!
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Male 10,338
Yes it is. You are casting doubt in the man just because I misspelled his damn name. I corrected myself. Deal with it. Send davymid a letter and tell him to ban me because my opinion differs from yours.
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Female 3,828
OMG you guys were doing so well!! talking about politics like grown ups.... now its turned into a 5 year old fight slinging insults at eachother?

let us steer away from the insult path....
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Male 2,850
@auburnjunky

You did. You`ve just retroactively deleted the offending post, is all.

Which makes you all the more amusing.

I don`t think you should be banned; watching you perform is certainly keeping me from being bored.
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Male 2,850
@auburnjunky

It`s not nitpicking to cast doubt on how well-informed your opinion of a president is when you are repeatedly incapable of even spelling that president`s name.
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Female 3,828
A lot of americans dont know what theyre talking about. they just see communism as the "worst" form of government, and say america is becomming communist.
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Male 10,338
I didn`t. What are you talking about? Go cry to daddy..
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Male 2,850
@auburnjunky

Circumventing the profanity filter is grounds for banning, isn`t it?
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Male 10,338
REAGAN. There. Now go nitpick someone else period stain.
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Male 451
It is sad when people stoop to name calling. It makes their cause/reason for protesting come off as ignorant.
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Male 10,338
I can observe based on written history, and what i can remember, that he kicked ass.
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Male 2,850
PS: You`ve now spelt his name incorrectly again in that follow-up post.

THREE times you misspelt the name of your "greatest" president.
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Male 10,338
I wouldn`t say so arustyglove. We still have possessions, for the time being.
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Male 2,850
@auburnjunky

"This will make me even more unpopular, but even though I think Clinton did an OKAY job, Regan is still the best president of the last 50 years. We need another Regan in office. Who could it be?"

1: By your stated age, the oldest you could have been when Reagan left office was 18. You were a CHILD for the entirety of his presidency. How can you accurately judge how great he was?

2: You misspelt his name. TWICE!
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Male 10,338
We need Regan`s foreign policy, Clinton`s social policy, and Ross Perot`s fiscal policy, rolled into one guy. That would be sweet.
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Male 29
My concerns are about the health care bill, and the direction it takes
us is toward communism, quite frankly," he said"

Oddly enough the most powerful "communist" country in the world China, doesn`t even have free socialized health care. If a Chinese person gets sick here they will have to pay to go to the doctor or get an operation. It`s much cheaper yes, but still it isn`t fully covered at all.
Dear lord it`s all coming clear... is the USA now officially more communist than china?
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Female 3,828
Oh ya Clinton was kind of dopey, but he reduced unemployment rates and homelessness significantly.

I think it even makes up for cheating on your wife and "not inhaling" LOL
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Male 10,338
Yeah Hillary was definitely the power behind the throne, but who cares just as long as it works.
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Male 10,338
This will make me even more unpopular, but even though I think Clinton did an OKAY job, Regan is still the best president of the last 50 years. We need another Regan in office. Who could it be?
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Female 3,828
Nah i never really liked mccain anyway. We all know it was between obama and hilary clinton.
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Female 3,828
LOL @ madest!! you cracked me right up!!!
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Male 126
mccain would have won if it wasnt for palins useless self hanging around. not only is she hypocrite shes unable to answer questions. now clinton couldnt answer questions either but he was so good at distracting you from the real issue you didnt care
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Female 3,828
IT`s funny you`d say that, auburnjunky. Clinton is an idiot. Don`t you think maybe his wife was his right hand man and gave him a lot of advise?
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Male 7,378
Teabaggers had their chance in a guy named Ron Paul. Instead they called him a kook and he garnered less than 7% of the vote. Their new found fiscal restraint is only due to the fact they lost.
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Male 10,338
And don`t get me started on McCain. I`m glad he is likely to be voted out this November.
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Male 10,338
I thought Bush was a stark raving moron. The last good president we ever had was Clinton.
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Male 126
a lot of the problems of stupidity and intolerance in this country could be fixed if we had better education and people who understood what the laws being passed were. instead we have a large population of the country that is mentally retarded and makes the rest of americans look rather stupid
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Male 7,378
Auburn, Face it. You`re angry that your white conservative president was borderline retarded and turned out to be so aweful a black guy won.
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Male 10,338
Madest, the tea party is a movement of people who want this country run based on the constitution. They read it and say "Okay. This is how to run our country." Don`t say it is up to interpretation either. It has no ambiguity. It is a straight forward document that should be taken literally.
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Female 3,828
LOL @ Davy! pwned!!

/me cheers!
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Male 10,338
Also, are you saying that even though he is a member of the house, he is incapable of an underhanded tactic, or a lie? I thought he was a politician.
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Male 10,338
Go ahead. How come some people can say what they want, and others can`t?
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Male 7,378
Tea-baggers are just frustrated birthers.
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Male 12,138
[quote]It`s a lie. Just a dem who wants bad pub on the tea party. They did yell and scream at his stupid ass, but narry a racial slur was uttered.[/quote]
Auburn, you`ll forgive me for taking the word of a Member of the US House of Representatives over that of a member of a website called i-am-bored.com. Especially one that`s previously been banned from the site on grounds of racism.
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Female 3,828
geez i cazn not believe this discriminatory crap is still happening in this day and age! what is wrong with america?
health care for the 32 million people who have no health care is a good thing! thats like the population of Canada.

i think obama is a good pres so far. by now people already thought bush and clinton were idiots. I sure hope he makes it through his term. good luck obama!
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Male 10,338
Okay. Show me some eye witnesses that say it`s true, BESIDES THE GUY WHO TATTLED! It`s a tactic to shed negative light. The way he said things like "I haven`t seen behavior like this since the `60`s" just makes it clear.
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Male 424
Quote from this article: "You know what`s coming next if this happens?" she said, referring to the health bill`s passage. "They`re going to come after gun control."

oh noes.....
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Male 2,850
@HalfSandwich

*sigh*
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Male 145
everyone knows that they did not yell racial slurs like a large angry mob. it`s the SEIU members who yell racial slurs and beat up black people for being conservative. if the tea party was a liberal movement those black representatives would not have made it 5 feet into that crowd.
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Female 9,572
Who are you kidding auburnjunkie? Stop dening what happened.
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Male 518
yea, auburnjunky knows....he must of been there
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Male 3,255
"They did yell and scream at his stupid ass"

What the hell?
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Male 2,850
"It`s a lie."

That`s a pretty serious accusation to make. Were you there? Do you have video footage? Eyewitness statements that contradict these claims?

Basically, I`m asking you to explain on what evidence you are basing your accusation.

I assume you have some.
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Male 456
"My concerns are about the health care bill, and the direction it takes
us is toward communism, quite frankly," he said"


uhh...what?
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Male 15,510
The N-Word?
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Male 10,338
It`s a lie. Just a dem who wants bad pub on the tea party. They did yell and scream at his stupid ass, but narry a racial slur was uttered.
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Male 7,378
Who didn`t know the tea-baggers were racist?
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Male 4,014
Link: Why You So Racist, Tea Party? [Rate Link] - Oh, must be Health Care Reform.
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