Just another democrat lie... KILL HIM!

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Just another democrat lie... KILL HIM!

Postby Rat Creek » Thu Oct 16, 2008 9:31 am

By now, everyone has heard that someone at the McCain rally yelled "kill him" right? McCain had to explain during the debate that he didn't like that language.

Well guess what? It never happened. The local press made it up and not one secret service or security person heard it. Just the one "reporter."

http://www.timesleader.com/news/breakin ... nded_.html

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Postby Tom Phillips* » Fri Oct 17, 2008 10:07 am

Gee, what a surprise.

The Democrats lie to favor themselves, and then repeatedly report on the lie.

SCRANTON – The agent in charge of the Secret Service field office in Scranton said allegations that someone yelled “kill him” when presidential hopeful Barack Obama’s name was mentioned during Tuesday’s Sarah Palin rally are unfounded.

The Scranton Times-Tribune first reported the alleged incident on its Web site Tuesday and then again in its print edition Wednesday. The first story, written by reporter David Singleton, appeared with allegations that while congressional candidate Chris Hackett was addressing the crowd and mentioned Obama’s name a man in the audience shouted “kill him."

News organizations including ABC, The Associated Press, The Washington Monthly and MSNBC’s Countdown with Keith Olbermann reported the claim, with most attributing the allegations to the Times-Tribune story.


I think the Democrats might be on to something. They should infiltrate the main media outlets, the education system, the judiciary, legislative and executive branches of government via the LIE. Then they can rule the remainder of the population.
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Postby xj76prq » Fri Oct 17, 2008 2:37 pm

Yes tom and the swift boat campaign was nothing but truth. LOL. Honestly, could you be dumber?
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Postby xj76prq » Fri Oct 17, 2008 2:40 pm

Seriously tom, why do you live in the Bay Area? There is way too much thought here for you. I think you would be more comfortable in Kansas or North Carolina, someplace like that. Please move, post haste.
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Postby jehler » Fri Oct 17, 2008 2:42 pm

looks like tom* hit a nerve :rofl: nice insults xj :thumbsup:
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Postby SpinnerMan » Fri Oct 17, 2008 2:44 pm

xj76prq wrote:the swift boat campaign was nothing but truth
That is correct. John Kerry was not in Cambodia on Christmas Eve. He did repeat horrible lies about his fellow soldiers. He did and still does refuse to release his military records. He never released his log books or something equivalent.

He was a liar. Not because I accuse him of it, but because many things he said were provably false and he knew that when he said them.

Calling the swift boat campaign a bunch of lies doesn't make it so. What did they lie about?
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Postby xj76prq » Fri Oct 17, 2008 2:51 pm

The hypocrisy of the neocon tom's/spinnermans et al is stultifying.
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Postby SpinnerMan » Fri Oct 17, 2008 2:59 pm

xj76prq wrote:The hypocrisy of the neocon tom's/spinnermans et al is stultifying.
For example?
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Postby jehler » Fri Oct 17, 2008 3:01 pm

xj76prq wrote:stultifying.
That there is a big word. To be perfectly honest xj I think that word applies more genuinely to your replies than spinner or tom* so who is the hypocrite? :huh:
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Postby SpinnerMan » Fri Oct 17, 2008 3:08 pm

I'm still curious who xj76prq is. She joins this site and immediately starts ripping into people in her initial posts. It took me at least a dozen posts :rolleyes: All 8 of her posts are in the Controversial Issue Forum. How many people join a duck hunting site to call people names? That's usually just a fringe benefit :yes:
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Postby Redline29 » Fri Oct 17, 2008 3:10 pm

xj76prq wrote:The hypocrisy of the neocon tom's/spinnermans et al is stultifying.


Ahhhh...the "neocon" term comes into play. A favorite word from the left, that they do not even know what it means. But it sounds good, so what the hell, use it.
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Postby GroundSwatter » Fri Oct 17, 2008 3:15 pm

The hypocrisy of the neocon tom's/spinnermans et al is stultifying.


Yes XJ and hopefully one day the tectonic plates will shift enough so you and your beloved bay area / california will no longer be just a bay or a coastline, it can be an island all on its own. Then you and your left wing buddies could create a chasm of thought so deep, since you would be isolated from the neocons, rednecks, and hillbillies you so despise. Think of all the Bull Sh!t you people could feed to yourselves on your own socialist island.

You and your buddies could probably dish out enough BS that it would it would increase the amount of green house gases being put out, and eventually the polar ice caps would melt and the ocean would devour your entire island of wonderment. I personally don't buy into global warming, as I feel that anything Al Gore puts out on an HBO special is suspect, but hey a man can dream.
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Postby Rat Creek » Fri Oct 17, 2008 3:43 pm

xj76prq wrote: I think you would be more comfortable in Kansas or North Carolina, someplace like that. Please move, post haste.


I smell a left elitist plant. :lol: :lol: :lol:

As a God fearing, religion and gun clinging Kansan, Tom I want you to know that you are always welcome here. It’s not such a bad place and our local district scores in the 98th percentile on national tests. Not bad for a bunch of inbred hicks. :crazy:
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Postby DUCKCUTR » Fri Oct 17, 2008 6:28 pm

xj76prq wrote:Seriously tom, why do you live in the Bay Area? There is way too much thought here for you. I think you would be more comfortable in Kansas or North Carolina, someplace like that. Please move, post haste.


Yes Tom, you really should come live out here with us simple folk with little thought. Beware though, we get bitter and cling to guns or religion or antipathy towards people who aren't like us or anti-immigrant or anti-trade sentiment, to explain our frustrations. XJ, thank you for stereotyping us yet again.
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Postby Tom Phillips* » Fri Oct 17, 2008 9:38 pm

xj76prq wrote:Yes tom...


xj76prq wrote:First of all, you believe in a christian God as the sole God. So until we get that squared away there isn't much use reading anything you type....
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Postby Tom Phillips* » Fri Oct 17, 2008 9:53 pm

Rat Creek wrote:
As a God fearing, religion and gun clinging Kansan, Tom I want you to know that you are always welcome here. It’s not such a bad place and our local district scores in the 98th percentile on national tests.


Rat Creek,

Thank you.

Kansas is God's country. May he continue to protect you. I would be proud to be a Kansan. :thumbsup:

I wouldn't worry about a bad test score or two for your district: The innate intelligence of your children is obviously much higher than a 98th percentile ranking indicates. :biggrin:

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Postby Tom Phillips* » Fri Oct 17, 2008 9:57 pm

DUCKCUTR wrote:Yes Tom, you really should come live out here with us simple folk.


Thank you.

I would be honored. :yes:

Keep North Carolina good till I get there, okay? :smile:

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Postby dudejcb » Tue Oct 21, 2008 12:56 pm

I don't know who xj is and don't care. you guys are acting like twits. so he/she hasn't been on board very long adn so therfore has no standing to speak up... is that your point?

And you really don't know what neocon means? How bout chickenhawk? let me clarify... these are really tuff guys who want others to do their fighting for them but wouldn't dare get their hands dirty. How about AWAOL? Rememer when W left his post to go campaign for his dad's friend? very patriotic.

Whe neocon chickenhawks are the ones that scare me so I cling to my guns and freedoms.

BTW: I doubt God cares about Kansas or North Carolina or who wins the Superbowl.

Ratcreek. glad "your district" score so high. What happend to you?
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Postby SpinnerMan » Tue Oct 21, 2008 2:11 pm

dudejcb wrote:How about AWAOL? Rememer when W left his post to go campaign for his dad's friend? very patriotic.
And a complete lie. This is not the truth, but what do you care.
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Postby dudejcb » Tue Oct 21, 2008 2:18 pm

so he showed up for duty every day just like allthe others? or did he get special treatment bot to get into the air guard in the first place, and to not have to serve inthe same way other did? Believe me. I care.
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Postby REDLEG » Tue Oct 21, 2008 3:25 pm

GW deserves the Distinguished Flying Cross.....anybody that will fly a aircraft maintained by the Alabama Air National Guard deserves it. :biggrin:
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Postby SpinnerMan » Tue Oct 21, 2008 4:15 pm

REDLEG wrote:GW deserves the Distinguished Flying Cross.....anybody that will fly a aircraft maintained by the Alabama Air National Guard deserves it. :biggrin:
:rofl: :rofl:

dudejcb wrote:so he showed up for duty every day just like allthe others?
Yes. When he joined the Texas Air National Guard, he probably had a much higher probability of combat in Vietnam than John Kerry did when he joined the Navy and learned swift boats. However, Bush's particular jet was taken out of service during the middle of his National Guard Service and the tactics changed in Vietnam. This put Kerry unexpectedly in combat in Vietnam and Bush sitting in Texas. That made him pretty much useless to the military because he was trained to fly a jet that was no longer in service. After that he was just marking time until his commitment was up. The National Guard was not going to retrain him. This is why he got permission to be reassigned to mark off time at another location. There was nothing more sinister than this.

There were a lot of people that got special treatment at that time. Dan Quayle probably for one. However, Bush probably wanted to follow in his fathers footstep. He probably actually wanted to fight for his country. Learning to fly jets was definitely not the safe way to dodge Vietnam.
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Postby Rat Creek » Wed Oct 22, 2008 9:02 am

dudejcb wrote: Ratcreek. glad "your district" score so high. What happend to you?


The point about the distict is that there are fairly bright people anywhere you go (not just the Bay area), and I am not including myself in the group of smart people. That is what happened to me.

However, I did stumble onto a couple of degrees, but it was with hard work, not having an exceptionally logical mind like you. :hammer:
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Postby TEAM WEBFOOTPOSSE » Wed Oct 22, 2008 6:24 pm

some one smell something funny hear

read the fine print


and if your gonna call tom dumb your obviuosly new here cause he is mighty intelligent although he has got on a few rants but always stands his ground
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