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  1. Fogbuster

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    There are definitions of things, acts, or ideas.

    There are examples of things, acts or ideas.

    Then there are personifications of things, acts, and/or ideas. Let us focus on this level: "personification" = the living embodiment of a thought, characteristic, or idea.

    Barack Obama and the Dems have built their entire case on "Change". They say "we need to get out of the last 8 years of failed Geo Bush policy." Obama and the Dems have built their ENTIRE case for election on this theme of "change", while offering virtually nothing new in terms of solutions, directions or real hope for a better future, other than: a decimated military (done under Carter with near fatal results as the Soviet empire reached its highest level during the Carter administration; fortunately, this was immediately corrected under Reagan); Obama wants a MASSIVE increase on tax-payers for the socialization of 20% of the U.S. economy by taking over the health care industry in America; and Obama has the willingness to give instant world-wide credibility to avowed enemies of America: Iran and North Korea, among them. If that alone does not keep you awake at night, it gets even worse:

    Now, the economy is under the worst pressure and stress since the Depression of the 1930s, and Obam-uh and the Dems are predictably laying all the blame onto Geo Bush, their whipping boy de jour, and the Repubs.

    [size=+2]Well, a funny thing happened on the way to the polls: guess what?? This economic meltdown debacle is DIRECTLY ATTRIBUTABLE to the utterly failed policies of Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton, and the rest of the Democrat mafia who forced the private banking industry to take on extremely poor credit risks, even when these banks did not want to.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H5tZc8oH--o

    The BLAME for this economic disaster is all on the Democrats, lock, stock, and barrel.

    So, while Obam-uh runs around pointing his finger at Geo Bush and blames this massive failure on the Repubs -- as Obama is doing!! -- when he looks in the mirror he knows he is a lying hypocrite of the lowest order. Obama and the rest of the Dems are the definition, the example, and worst of all, the very personification of hypocrisy.

    And that's the truth.[/size]

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    You can't just blame one party for this breakdown. To do so is folly. Many are to blame, not just the dems.


    To solve the problem we must get past partisan politics. Not sure that's possible and that is a shame.
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    You don't blame a neighbor when you don't pay your bills, do you?? Then why should we blame Bush and McCain when they TRIED to pass legislation to correct this problem but the freaking Democrats blocked the bills, time and again!!! Wake up!!

    Obama ignores the root causes of this problem and puts ALL THE BLAME onto Bush and McCain and all Republicans. One listen to any of his campaign speeches, one visit to the DNC website confirms that Obama and the Dems have built their entire case for election, as they always do, on blaming all woes on the Republicans. The evidence of this economic disaster are 100% opposite to Obama's and the Dem's claims. They are trying to spin their way into the White House!! They are LYING!!

    If they would one time man-up and take ownership of their mistakes, I could respect them, but they never do and never have in my lifetime. JFK said: "Ask not what your country can do for you, but ask what you can do for your country", but these words have no longer any home in the Democrat Party, which has become a full-blown socialist party. Far, far more left-wing than anything ever seen before in America.

    If you want socialism and losing America's premier status in the world, vote Democrat. If you still have any pride in America as the one, lone, shining city on the hill, then you need to vote Republican.


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    As far as I'm concerned Obama is evil to the core, have no doubt who I am voting for.

    That does not diminish the fact that many are to blame for the current crisis. The Paulson plan is nothing more then the fleecing of America. And many repubs are just as dirty as dems.

    Everything from the it must be done NOW or catastrphy will ensue to The Constitutionality of the plan even being legal. It's sickening. No, you can't convince me that the dems are solely to blame cause it's just not true.
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    When trying to make a point, can never understand the need to use different sized fonts.. makes is difficult to read and understand.. it is not all that complicated, type so people can read..the use of bold face type is comparable to yelling.. reliance on youtube compilations is pure out stupid and reflects the same mindset as different sized fonts.. making a concise, well written point is a challenge.. playing with fonts and bold face is the easy way out..

    It is difficult to discuss intelligently when a post ends up Thats the truth.. what can be said, you have made up your mind.. why even post.. you dismiss opposing points.. who gives a flying f..ck what you think, you say the same thing time, after time, after time..
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    Foggy is the kind of guy who doesn't understand complicated cause & effect analysis of historical occurances, but he's more than happy to COPY & PASTE what he believes to be facts.

    Fogbuster - "Hey, see what I found everybody?"
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    Well, that could be said of me as well. Words are my enemy. So are thoughts.
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    Look in the mirror...
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    It figures you resort to a "I know you are but what am I?" type response.

    I do look in the mirror everyday and what I see is a man with original thought. A man who uses facts to back up his ideas. Anyone who reads my posts can see that. Which is probably why you stay away from my threads PF13.
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    OK, there are some Repubs who joined in the feeding frenzy once it became the law of the land, AND once Democrats made it clear they would NEVER allow passage of any bill that attempted to impose stricter standards on sub-prime mortgages ... but, the issue I'm focused on is: Where did it all start, and WHO started it. :mad: And for that, all roads lead to the Carter-Dem Congresses-Clinton axis.


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    Yeah, so anyway: got anything that contradicts what I said??? Or is ad hom all you got left??

    By the time this mess is opened up all the way, the Dems are going to be bailing for the forests and praying for another hurricane that takes attention away from what they did.

    The political Grim Reaper is in their mirrors.

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    The point you obviously missed, is that you can bold, yell all you want and use big font.. no one is listening.. we all try to read on this board.. you may have some salient points, but much is lost by your theatrics... blaming Carter is a very weak argument..
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    As per usual with your posts, nothing but personal criticisms of your opponent, but nothing to refute the arguments made.

    Carter is the starting point of this current economic sub-prime melt-down, and if you want to go into denial over it, fine. The world is watching, however, and will judge accordingly. You and the rest of the Dem triads can't do a Harry Houdini any more. And frankly, I'm loving it!!

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    You missed my point, but what else is new.. in real life you must be an excellent conversationalist.. I would suspect you never listen.. if Carter was as responsible as you say he was, Reagan, Bush I and Bush II are also complicit as during their tenure they did not make things better..

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