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May 31, 2008 - 06:33pm PT
Hey skipt: what the f*#k have you f*#king got against f*#king profanity, you f*#king f*#ker?

Hey pc: Hilarity only leads the popular vote if you count MI and FL (where obama didn't campang or was not on the ballot after they BOTH promised not to do so) AND if you discount caucus states where individual votes aren't recorded in primaries and which, coincidentally, turned out for obama.

Hey mikltoast: your right. McPain will get crushed.

Mountain climber
Rice, Washington
May 31, 2008 - 06:58pm PT
Hey toomey,

You said to me,

"Hey skipt: what the f*#k have you f*#king got against f*#king profanity, you f*#king f*#ker?"

Very humorous, I don't even know who you are. Did your mother teach you to talk like this? Or do you just reserve these comments for your political adversaries.

Just so we have the record straight.

I want you to know that I have nothing against profanity. I f*#king use it myself at times.

I was just mentioning that it seems to be the only way many Obama supporters can express themselves. And that is very telling, indeed.

Thank-you for making my point.


EDIT: Hey Moosie. As Patrick says below, what you said is indeed, spot on. I couldn't say it better myself. Thank-you. (Oh, my g-d. I am agreeing with moosie and Patrick on the same day. Somebody shoot me now! :-)

Once again, I want to just say I appreciate what you wrote very much.
Patrick Sawyer

Originally California now Ireland
May 31, 2008 - 09:57pm PT
Spot on post, John Moosie.

Toomey, another Obama apologist it seems.

Jun 1, 2008 - 11:11am PT
Not really. Just recognize the facts. Hilarity Clinton has run amok. her campaign is confused and desperate and the popular vote thing is a example of the faulty, selective logic she uses to try to make it look like shes winner.

Skippity: gee whiz. Just a gag. You got kinda sore over a fella using "A Doubble S" in a post. I thought that was funny. Like when my mom got flustered back in the 50s if I said damn.

Social climber
N. lake Tahoe
Jun 1, 2008 - 11:23am PT

Welcome to ST.

Now go f*#k yourself.

Mountain climber
Rice, Washington
Jun 2, 2008 - 02:16pm PT
You gotta love a guy like Uncle Doug,

I guy that continues to confuse talent with stupidity.

What is even better is that he deludes himself by claiming that it is 'Fattrad' that started it.

Hiding something are you Uncle Doug?

We call this 'The bold display of a "mental midget"' where I come from.


Trad climber
Butte, America
Jun 2, 2008 - 02:19pm PT
Would that be Midget Land ? Hehe.

Just kidding, carry on kids.

edit: Oops, I meant to say Oz.

Jun 2, 2008 - 02:37pm PT
And yet McCain still can't crack 46-47%, his base doe snot trust him, he's old, and he's one of the faces of failing political party, so in all likelihood he will end his years of public service retiring as a US Senator.

Trad climber
The state of confusion
Jun 2, 2008 - 03:06pm PT
If we could only get 100 of them to retire.
And then 435 in the other house. . .

Mountain climber
Jun 2, 2008 - 03:20pm PT
This whole thread has been about percentages, popular vote, polls.

Since when did that stop shrub from getting in twice and doing the warLord's work?

Quit looking for hope in a future that is still run by the same guys of the past.

Look to the past, see the trends, realize that your vote means nil, and that McCain will be the next president if he is still sleeping with the shrub's friends, the oil barons and warlords.

This idea that both skipt and fattrad have is the same as all the other supertopoers who are Obama's cheerleaders. You are all in the same boat and poking holes in it fighting with each other.

Except for Fattrad, I know you all want the same thing. Good ol' America back, no torture, no recession, no war.

Somehow you think you will get that with one of the two choices handed to you.

America was screaming for change in 06, senate, congress changed from Repub to Democrat. What changed in government?

Another lesson skipped over by most of you.

Arguing Obama vs. McCain is pointless.
If Obama IS different, he will be taken out if he makes office.

What you all need to do is review your past 10 years history, put your heads together and put all this energy into a solution. Quit shooting at each other, you are all in the same boat.

Shooting holes in a Red and Blue boat that is headed over a waterfall is just kinda stupid, don't you think?


Trad climber
The state of confusion
Jun 2, 2008 - 03:25pm PT

Actually, it might speed up the process--and that would
be a very good thing. . .

Ice climber
chingadero de chula vista
Nov 15, 2012 - 11:10pm PT

John McCain is the man, I've been told.

Social climber
Nov 15, 2012 - 11:13pm PT
Well he is a man; but you "da man".
John M

Nov 15, 2012 - 11:22pm PT
Deja vu man.. this thread is hilarious..

Sorry Dingus,

I have to call a "bullsh!t" alert on this one.

You only wish it was as clear as you say.

The latest poll results from Rasmussen. (The most current on Real Clear Politics.)

Rasmussen Tracking

05/26 - 05/29 1600 Likely Voters
43% Obama 46% McCain

That would put McCain ahead by +3.0

The best numbers for a Republican Presidential Candidate at this time in the race for many an election.

What was the relevance of that Savimbi question again?

Riley Wyna

Trad climber
A crack near you
Nov 16, 2012 - 02:03am PT
Republitards - still doing stupid better than anyone else after slop these years.


Biggest Little City, NV
Nov 16, 2012 - 02:16am PT
Rasmussen, love him or hate him, is usually quite accurate. Of course, once you get within the margin of error (ie: toss-up) the minutia of the percentages becomes a bit less relevant given that it could be anywhere within the +/-, but this year (2012), he was one of the more accurate out there.

Trad climber
San Francisco, CA
Nov 16, 2012 - 02:23am PT
Actually, analysis of polling data implicates Rassmussen as one of the most inaccurate, Republican-biased pollsters of the 2012 race (at least in the last 3 weeks, which can be compared to the presidential outcome for an estimate of accuracy).

Technically expert, safe belayer, can lead if easy
Nov 16, 2012 - 02:32am PT
"...analysis of polling data implicates Rassmussen as one of the most inaccurate..."

That's worth restating, and corroborating:

Credit: 538blog, Nate Silver

The two most well-known conservative-leaning pollsters, Rasmussen & Gallup, are right at the bottom of the accuracy chart.

Don't believe the GOP-hype.
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