July 3, 2011

Sad That it has Come to This.

Filed under: Uncategorized — Jim @ 7:14 pm

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  1. Jimbo……He obviously selected a beach full of people who voted for Obama.These people have as much knowledge & understanding of the history of this country as the typical Obamaniac has what a POTUS should have for qualifications to even run for the Democratic nomination let alone to be elected President. Sad , very Sad!

    Comment by Dudley1 — July 3, 2011 @ 8:36 pm

  2. I dunno Dudley; they sound an awful lot the the Tea Party people that I know

    Comment by Will Brady — July 3, 2011 @ 9:21 pm

  3. I think they were more likely fundamentalist Christians, Tea Baggers and their ilk who failed to study the U.S. Constitution in High School, let alone U.S. history, as evidenced by their continuing attempts to make Christian religious principle into law. This flaunts the original framers of the U.S. Constitution’s intent to completely separate church and state in the face of the rest of us. They clearly appear to either not know what the Constitution and Bill of Rights say or they don’t care and will just try to ignore. We can also talk about dubya’s “No Child Left Behind” debacle, although a few elements of it actually did some good. Incidentally, most of them probably voted for Bush for eight years (if they were old enough to vote; if not they are products of the NCLB mess), probably voted for McCain/Palin, and would probably vote for Palin or Bachman if offered the option. Even conservative judges, most appointed by dubya, are striking down their would be ‘laws’ right and left.

    Why don’t we just leave politics out of this?

    Thanks for stopping by to educate entertain us “Teabaggers.” We don’t got no fancy book learnin’ like you obviously do.

    Comment by Rick — July 3, 2011 @ 9:39 pm

  4. Is Mark Dice the interviewer? Whoever the interviewer is, my personal wish is he would make an effort to use the correct name of our country or an abbreviation more closely related, i.e. “The United States of America”, “The United States”, the “U.S.”. Additionally, it would be nice if he referred to us as “United States citizens”, “U.S. citizens”. I understand/realize there are occasions when America and Americans are easier and if not overdone, acceptable, even to overly picky me.

    The logic behind this wish is: In what we call the Western Hemisphere, we have North America, Central America, and South America. Any and all of those countries are American countries and any and all of those countrys’ citizens are Americans. Some U.S. citizens do not even live in the Americas and are therefore not technically Americans (Guam, Caribbean Islands, etc. A lot of the other people on the continents in the hemisphere are probably glad they are not lumped in with us, so they probably don’t care. I also realize this is probably a lost cause for a lone crusader.

    I suggest that you take your crusade over to the “Daily Kos” to share with like-minded deep thinkers and leave us low-sloping-forehead types to wallow in our ignorance.

    Comment by Rick — July 3, 2011 @ 10:07 pm

  5. That is so depressing.

    Not unlike some of the comments you’ve gotten.

    Comment by pam — July 4, 2011 @ 10:04 am

  6. I apologize for writing such a short opening post but it is hard to type while clinging to my gun
    & bible….Actually Will, I do not think you know any Tea Party people or understand it to be a groundswell movement of people very similar in temperament to those who led the fight for our countries freedom.
    Back then people like you or Ricky fled to Canada or went back to England…..it is still & option but given the political belief of most leftwingers your destination would be Russia, Cuba, Venezuela or other similar enlightened earthly paradise.

    Comment by Dudley1 — July 4, 2011 @ 11:31 am

  7. We are so screwed. They all look to be of voting age. And very “sincere.”


    Comment by Leatherneck — July 12, 2011 @ 7:00 pm

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