66 comments

  1. GOP Girl says:

    Good Luck and safe travels to all of you that are going. If it looks like Gustav is gona head your way, get the hell outa there quick as you can!!!!

  2. boyreporter says:

    GOPgirlie: Uh, I don’t think M-SP is in danger. Check a map. However, I do believe that Georgia’s average IQ will rise considerably with the departure of all those Republicans.

  3. bowersville says:

    The Georgia IQ will rise as soon as we can can convince those Demorats that a down syndrome baby is not such a bad thing.

    Kinda like convincing that Obama rat, it’s a mystery. Let that unwanted down syndrome baby go in a closet and just die.

  4. bowersville says:

    Farris, do you want to explain yourself or do you just want to claim the high ground unexplained or undeserving?

  5. Decaturguy says:

    God I hope that the GOP plans talk a lot this week about how Obama and over half the country a are just bunch of baby killers who don’t care about Downs Syndrome babies

    Yes, that will surely get the Hillary Clinton vote and be the ticket to McCain/Palin victory in 2008!

  6. Decaturguy says:

    Also, I’d like to hear more about Governor Palin’s Socialist windfall profit tax she got in Alaska.

    Here’s the scheme she set up last year. She imposed a windfall profit tax on Alaskan oil companies and then re-distributed much of that money to Alaska residents in the form of a $1,200 rebate check.

    Sounds like socialist income redistribution to me.

    Does she support this on a national level? If so, then if was good for Alaska, then why not the rest of the country?

    http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/localnews/2008103325_alaskatax07.html

  7. boyreporter says:

    Way to go, Decaturguy. I, too, hope the approach that Bowelsville thinks is so clever is picked up at the convention. And it really could be, as Repugs often are their own worst enemies.

  8. joe says:

    Decaturguy,

    In order for what you call “Governor Palin’s Socialist windfall profit tax ” to work on a national scale, the US would have to produce more oil than it consumes.

    Does this mean that you are calling for unlimited offshore and ANWAR drilling? I am amazed that you have finally come to your senses.

  9. John Konop says:

    JOE

    The U.S. cannot produce more than it consumes unless we had major reforms on energy efficiency. Also I am against any windfall profit tax it makes no economic sense. Yet I am for the government looking at our lease arrangement with oil companies. The key problem is oil companies sit on the supply and drip the sales at the highest price point. That is why 86% of oil leases are capped.

    We could look at allowing more drilling if the company agrees to use the oil or pay a higher lease price. Once again as T Boone Pickens points out we need areal comprehensive solution.

  10. bowersville says:

    That’s good Boy Reporter and Decatur Guy, but tell me how Brack Obama justifies killing off down syndrome babies by putting them in a closet to DIE alone.

    You want to know the Bowels of America? It’s certainly not killing off our young.

  11. John Konop says:

    bowersville

    This is how I see the election. This reminds of the time when Bill Clinton beat Bush 1. We had a huge spending problem and Ross Perot did a great job educating the public about the issue. Had he not put such a scare in both parties we would have never seen reforms like PAY/GO had he not run. That is why I am supporting Bob Barr, I am hopping this will put a scare into both parties.

    I heard all damage BS if Bill Clinton won and any objective person can not dispute he did a better job than Bush. This coming from someone he never voted for him and has been extremely critical of Clinton. Why do you think voting for the same BS will change anything? The GOP only changed when enough of said enough is enough!

  12. John Konop says:

    bowersville

    Do you not think that the Ross scare helped the GOP with the contract with America strategy? Do you not think his scare focused lawmakers on spending reform like PAY/GO? Does it not bother you McCain has not insisted on a PAY/GO style test on all tax and spending bills?

    What gives you any comfort that Washington has got the message? I am not defending Obama spending and tax plan because it is as much as fantasy island as McCain’s proposals. I am just saying enough is enough!

  13. bowersville says:

    JK, the short answer is no. People don’t give a crap. They are unfortunately into sound bites.

    I’m supporting McCain because I desire our American way of life to continue. Mr. Obama is not up to the task. H*ll, I wished he was. If Mr. Obama was anything like Hosea or Martin, he would have my vote.

  14. John Konop says:

    Bowersville

    In general I agree with you on many issues from reading your comments. We just disagree on how to achieve the goal. And I am sick and tired of always settling and hopping while we race to the bottom. I just think we need a real shake up!

  15. bowersville says:

    We do need a shake up, but Bob Barr isn’t the route. He’s a distraction.

    If it’s not McCain/Palin where do people like us go?

  16. bowersville says:

    Tell me Decatur Guy and Boy Reporter how Mr. Brack justifies killing off down syndrome babies and how the killing of babies will not get the Hillary vote.

  17. joe says:

    jOHN,

    Of course we can not produce more than we consume (currently), and Pickens is on the right track. Who is on the wrong track is Decaturguy, who is throwing out ridiculous ideas, hoping something will gain traction.

  18. Decaturguy says:

    bowersville,

    When did Barack Obama, me, or any Democrat justify the “killing off [sic] down syndrome babies?” I’ve never once brought up the abortion issue in any of my posts and I don’t even know if you know my position on the issue. But your off-topic obsession on this (in varioius comments and posts unrelated) seems to be a little bizzare and sick.

    In any event, why would liberal, pro-choice Hillary voters support an anti-abortion, social conservative who happens to be a woman? It doesn’t make much sense.

    Why would economic conservatives support this candidate who has supported such socialist economic policies, such as a windfall profit tax on oil companies and re-distributing that wealth to taxpayers through “bonus” checks when they have so opposed such measures on a national level?

  19. bowersville says:

    DG, for the sake of argument, no pun intended, you did not bring up pro choice and quite frankly, I do not know your position on the subject and I will yield and beg your tolerance.

    However, I have a huge problem with Mr. Obama’s lack of concern for the abortions that happen to be down syndrome babies that lived.

    Now, if Hillary supporters don’t give a hoot about abortions that lived, unless Obama has HIS WAY AND PUTS THEM IN A CLOSET TO DIE, You have no problem.

    But look at it this way, you have BrackOmania. I chose life.

  20. Bowersville do you have any proof at all of your assertions?

    If this line is anything close to what the GOP will use in the fall I hope you realize why the nation views Republicans (and rightly so) as being so full of crap it is ridiculous.

  21. boyreporter says:

    Is anyone looking for an escaped loony? He is posting as Bowersville (must be code for “lost marbles” or something). At least, he found an appropriate place to rant, Erick’s Place.

  22. bowersville says:

    Rugby, I must yield to that loony Br Bull crap first.

    But, how will I know what the GOP will use in November. All I know is what I know. Ms. Palin has a down syndrome baby that is alive.

    I know this is pure crap, but Hannity says Mr. Obama, yes I heard the RN saying she sat in the closet holding the down syndrome baby until it died.

    Before ya’ll jump on me, I don’t believe Hannity nor do I respect him, but damn, this baby dieing is bothering me.

    Now Boy reporter, can I tell you to F*ck off or do I need to keep that to myself?

  23. boyreporter says:

    Bowelsville: Your choice. You are so frantic and over-the-top that it makes no difference. Is that your mom I hear calling you from upstairs, ’bout to bring your Ovaltine to you in the basement? Hide the porn!

  24. bowersville says:

    BR as soon as you get back to apoligizing for your rank racist relatives, the better off we’ll all be.

  25. Three Jack says:

    “This is how I see the election. This reminds of the time when Bill Clinton beat Bush 1. We had a huge spending problem and Ross Perot did a great job educating the public about the issue. Had he not put such a scare in both parties we would have never seen reforms like PAY/GO had he not run. That is why I am supporting Bob Barr, I am hopping this will put a scare into both parties.

    I heard all damage BS if Bill Clinton won and any objective person can not dispute he did a better job than Bush.”

    konop, bush 1 implemented your beloved pay/go provision in 1990 prior to running against bill clinton and ross perot.

    First enacted as part of the Budget Enforcement Act of 1990 (which was incorporated as Title XIII of the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1990), PAYGO required all increases in direct spending or revenue decreases to be offset by other spending decreases or revenue increases.

    your recollection seems to be a bit cloudy which somewhat explains your subsequent asinine statement about clinton being a better president than bush.

    and bob barr. name one issue that he has not changed his mind over the past few years. he supported every single issue you are against. voters like you who are so easily mislead give us the pitiful crop of elected officials we now see running this country.

  26. boyreporter says:

    Bowelsville: You got me mixed up with SpaceyG. All my relatives want to kill retarded babies. But that doesn’t mean they’re not nice people.

    Uh-oh, probably shouldn’t use sarcasm on a lunatic.

  27. Three Jack says:

    konop, how about answering the question about your boy barr. then we can move on to pay/go and its symbolism over substance usage.

  28. John Konop says:

    Three Jack

    When you grow up you might learn people change their mind over time. My opinions change via new facts all the time, try it sometime it is called thinking!

  29. Bill Simon says:

    John,

    In Barr’s case, I truly do not think it is a “change of mind” as much as a “change of political mind.” There is a difference.

    Barr changes his mind so much based on political expediency that I don’t think he has one neuron of integrity contained in his skull.

    You haven’t been around long enough to observe Barr the way he truly is: NUTS!

  30. John Konop says:

    Bill

    I do not know Bob that well. I have met him a few times speaking at GOP events. I well say he was very outspoken before it was popular about the issues in the GOP. He cane across as very intelligent and informed about the issues.

  31. Three Jack says:

    konop, just like you, barr has no core principles on which to act. he does everything with a political motive including “changing his mind” on every single important issue facing this country. this is not “thinking”, it is actually called political pandering.

  32. GOPeach says:

    Game –

    I am a CHRISTIAN CONSERVATIVE – my husband and kids are Messianic Jewish CONSERVATIVES.

    Okay – first you say I am amicable? Then gullible? Which is it?

    Look… I have been in politics for over 40 years – You see … when it was not cool to be a republican in GA – I was a GOPeach. That is what they called the Republican ladies. in the 50’s.

  33. John Konop says:

    Three Jack

    We all know your core principal spend like drunken sailor and attack anyone in your way!

    You think attacking a woman with cancer while her husband is cheating on her is funny. And this demonstrates what a hypocrite you are. As I said this is why so many of the fiscal conservatives like me are turned off! You guys would rather attack someone than deal with real issues.

    Until enough base Republicans like you find the light or leave the party it is in trouble.

    As I said I will vote for Barr in 08.

    FROM THRE JACK ON ANOTHER THREAD

    ….radio talk show host to use satire during his show about the political relationship between a rich, philandering, scumbag attorney and his wife suffering from cancer who is a control freak….

  34. Game Fan says:

    GOPeach
    amicable-as in you doesn’t get “riled” so easily. There seems to be more tolerance from the Christian Conservatives/one issue voters lately.

    gullible-as in people who believe these “experts” and “leaders” are the greatest thing since sliced bread.

  35. Three Jack says:

    konop, you said the gop was using racism. i asked for just one example, you come back with some lame bs about rush limbaugh calling elizabeth edwards a control freak proving your total lack of understanding regarding race.

    i’m not a republican, but if my actions supporting conservative candidates causes faux conservatives like you to leave the gop, then i feel a sense of accomplishment.

  36. Three Jack says:

    so let me see if i can comprehend what you’re asserting; rush is a racist because he reported on a la times story titled ‘barack the magic negro’ written by a liberal columnist.

    then he and his crew came up with a song to parody the story.

    if that’s the best you got, you better drop back and punt dude.

  37. John Konop says:

    Three Jack

    With Your endorsement of Rush attacking the sex life of a woman with cancer and the “magic negro song” you demonstrate the definition of spewing and supporting hate! Does your church teach that was what Jesus stood for? It is social conservatives like you are why the movement is falling apart. It also why people like me are embarrassed to say we ever showed any type of support for hate mongers like you!

    I will pray for you.

  38. Three Jack says:

    “attacking the sex life of a woman with cancer”? huh?

    stay out of the sinclair limo konop, you are babbling.

  39. John Konop says:

    Three Jack

    Do you agree with Rush your hero?

    Rush Limbaugh on Jamie Lynn Spears: “The Parents here are the culprits!”

    “The parents here are the culprits!”
    –Rush Limbaugh reacting to the news in December 2007 that teen actress Jamie Lynn Spears was pregnant

    http://www.stevenwaldman.com/

    Full exchange:

    CALLER: Would you tend to think that a family in this position, though, wouldn’t you think that there would be a more watchful eye as a parent to be watching over these kids so this doesn’t happen to them?

    RUSH: I would certainly hope so, but it’s long past time for this to happen. The parents here are the culprits!

  40. Three Jack says:

    konop, do you agree with your hero obama?

    “but if they make a mistake, i don’t want them punished with a baby. i don’t want them punished with a std.”

    is that the parenting you support konop.

    still waiting for your racist examples.

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