From: BAR on 8 Feb 2010 08:21
In article <39pum5ppnqb3gro80m4g7mo0hnopu8hqei(a)4ax.com>,
> On Sun, 7 Feb 2010 23:30:28 GMT, assimilate(a)borg.org wrote:
> >On 7-Feb-2010, William Clark <clark(a)nospam.matsceng.ohio-state.edu> wrote:
> >> Exhibit one: Sarah Palin
> >> Exhibit 2: George W. Bush . .
> >> need we go on?
> >I'll see your hand and raise you an Obama and Jimmah Carter!
> You lose. As bad as he was, Carter's IQ makes Palin look like a
Do you want to re-live the Carter years?
> Obama vs. Bush...there's no comparison. George Bush is an empty suit
Leaders lead, intellectuals think but can't lead.
My cousin received his Cadet of the Quarter award for leading the effort
to hold a major exercise between the Army, Air Force, Army Guard, Army
Reserve, Air Guard and Air Force Reserve and the Corps of Cadets at West
Point. During this same ceremony he received his 100 hour patch for
walking off 100 demerits.
Put your "intellectuals" on your staff, where the belong, not in
From: BAR on 8 Feb 2010 08:27
In article <clark-D65648.22083507022010(a)charm.magnus.acs.ohio-
state.edu>, clark(a)nospam.matsceng.ohio-state.edu says...
> In article <tTHbn.75092$JE2.71270(a)newsfe09.iad>, assimilate(a)borg.org
> > On 7-Feb-2010, William Clark <clark(a)nospam.matsceng.ohio-state.edu> wrote:
> > > But if one guy with money will vote to evict ten poor people, we will
> > > call that "democracy"? I don't think so.
> > eviction is a result of not meeting one's contractual obligations and not of
> > some vote taken.
> No, it can also be the result of someone buying out and tearing up a
> valid contract of a fully paid up tenant.
> You need to get out more.
What did the contract state what would happen if the property was sold?
From: BAR on 8 Feb 2010 08:30
In article <4b6f6c73$0$21015$9a6e19ea(a)unlimited.newshosting.com>,
> On Sun, 07 Feb 2010 23:24:25 +0000, assimilate wrote:
> > well asking libertarians for their take on mainstream conservative
> > thought seems rather fruitless. We are not conservatives.
> Fellow travelers with more education. You have about as much chance of
> winning elections as the American Communist Party.
But, the libertarians have more influence than the Communists? By the
way are you a member of the American Communist Party Carbs?
From: BAR on 8 Feb 2010 08:32
In article <4b6f6b6b$0$21015$9a6e19ea(a)unlimited.newshosting.com>,
> On Sun, 07 Feb 2010 23:33:52 +0000, assimilate wrote:
> > On 7-Feb-2010, Howard Brazee <howard(a)brazee.net> wrote:
> >>> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Southern_strategy
> >> At one time, the Republican party was the one standing for equal
> >> rights. But now those Dixiecrats have moved to the Republican
> >> party and things are different.
> > No Howard, the Dixiecrats have long passed, except one Robert C Byrd
> > perhaps. The "southern strategy" was a Nixon plan & that was almost
> > half a century ago. Please give it a rest.
> The fact remains that Bert's original charge--Democrats worked the
> hardest to disenfranchise Blacks--is completely dubious when the racists
> migrated en masse to the Republican party nearly half a century ago.
Thank you for confirming that the Democrats form 1865 until 1965 were
hell bent on disenfranchising blacks from voting. And, there were a
couple of them into the 1970's.
From: Dinosaur_Sr on 8 Feb 2010 09:56
On Feb 6, 6:42 pm, "John B." <johnb...(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> In a speech to the Tea Party convention, Tancredo said Obama was a
> "committed socialist ideologue," who was elected by people who can't
> read or write. He said a civics literacy test should be a prerequisite
> for voting. I'm just wondering what the Republicans here think about
> this. Do you defend him?
Sounds like the way liberals talk of conservatives...more of a parody
than anything else.