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  1. Holy Diver

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    Time to move on buddy, it's time.

    Here, we'll even let those Scandinavia Rockers HELP YOU ALONG. Good luck.
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    Or MoveOn.org
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    [size=+5]Poetic Justice. :D [/size]



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    A women in Brockton Mass had a near death expieriance, she said she was taken to meet God and he told her it wasn't her time and he sent her back, she told the Doctors and her Husband that God looks just like Bush.......:singing:
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    LOL... Gotta love this kind of smarm right here.

    Considering what the Yale dunce did to our economy, our sensibilities, our image around the world? This sentiment above is a little like telling Ron Goldman "time to move on... forget OJ."

    Time to move on... That's a good one. Why is it, then, that you and yours can't stop deflecting blame to Carter and Clinton at nearly every turn? Get back to us when you relay the same sentiment to people here like Fog.

    I agree with Holy completely: managing to accurately throw a baseball 90 feet was the Boy King's best accomplishment.
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    Its not quite as easy as it looks btw. To go in ice cold and throw a respectable pitch. His dad was a pitcher in college, not a cheer leader, and he was the youngest Navy fighter pilot in history. Yet, at least once, he threw out the 'worst' pitch that I know of. It was in the dirt and about 15 feet up the first baseline. Calvin Schiraldi was never that bad in '86. Hell, Charlie Sheen was never that bad in Major League. And don't get on with the 'he was old at the time' bit. He went skydiving like 10 years later. The guy was clearly spry, just pumped up too much I suppose. Like how Harry gets when he talks about the mail woman.
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    I love how you place all of the economic crisis on Bush's shoulders. Yeah, it happened on his watch, but you can blame this one primarily on good old American greed, which is neither red, nor blue. It's Green, plain and simple.

    "Our image around the world". Gimme a fukcing break. I know you prefer the "THROWING AMERICA UNDER THE BUS" method that is currently going on now with this new clown. I think it's despicable and makes us look like tools.

    Only a weak douche-bag would do that.......... Going over to a foreign country and telling those pieces of sh*t that "we've been too arrogant in the past and don't appreciate your greatness enough". On their soil, the same soil that is still seeped with the blood and treasure of THOUSANDS of American boys. Gimme a break.

    Here is his exact quote;

    I suppose that makes some people's leg go all tingly, but not mine.

    What he should have said was;

    Course, super-clown won't say that, cuz he has no appreciation of that himself. Briton has earned the right to give us a little crap, but the rest of Europe can go screw for all I care. Russian, for all it's new comrade BS will ALWAYS ACT in its own best interest. The sooner we get a president that realizes that, the better (Bush got duped by Putin too, so this isn't a partisan dig).

    Don't worry your boy wonder is rapidly diminish our standing fast enough. :rolleyes:

    I anxiously await your "swarmy" response. :rolleyes:

    p.s. Is this really like telling a MURDER VICTIM'S family to move on. Really, Press. do you really think that? Not even close.

    p.p.s. for the record, I never comment on Clinton's or Carter's presidency beyond a passing comment germane to the subject at hand.
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    "Yeah, that's the ticket! Good ol' American Greed was the culprit!!

    But keep government regulations out of private industry!!!!!!!!"

    Genius.
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    It was........ and the regulations (rescinded and created) that were created and paved the way were mix of Dem and Repub actions. It's the result of ****ty politicians asleep at the switch (deliberately or on purpose). Bush owns a bunch of it cuz he was the guy at the top. But if you don't think this spreads deeply across party lines, you don't have a very good grasp.

    It's mostly greed though.
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    :wha:

    Ah, the dingleberry argument returns: tell us all again how much "regulation" Barney Fwank and Chris "Sandwich Man" Dodd were ready to receive when the disastrous CRA was entering its final stages of critical mass thermonuclear megaton meltdown???? "Nobody" wanted to regulate that???? Seems like the Republicans wanted to regulate a lot more than the Dems ever did.

    YouTube - Timeline shows Bush, McCain warning Dems of financial and housing crisis; meltdown
    YouTube - Coulter on Bailout Lies -- "Social Justice" Obamination
    YouTube - Burning Down The House: What Caused Our Economic Crisis?

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    I think the older W played first base.
    One of the worst throws was from one of the greatest athlete ever, Carl Lewis.
    On the younger W, I shuddered to think that he might become the commissioner of baseball prior to his Presidency. Wow, talk about what you don't wish for.
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    what did bush do to the economy?
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    Answer: Tanked_as_usual.
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    just checking.....I only wanted to confirm that you are too stupid to respond in a coherent manner
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    Thank you, "as usual", for elevating the discussion! ;)
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    [size=+5]Why can't we all just get along??? :confused: [/size]


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    Largely because you incite confrontation. Pretty much from your very first week here.

    Don't act perplexed. You're neck deep in the hostility around here, and you know. At least I can admit it. You insist you're squeaky clean.
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    Aww, take a chill pill, Bill. I'm a very nice guy. And you know it. :)
    I just return "favors" every now and then, just to keep some balance.

    We gotta get over this finger-pointing stuff, don't you think? As they like to say now, "everybody contributed to the financial mess". My Way News - Citigroup chairman: bankers being 'vilified' And what's with the stereotyping!! Sheesh. :nono: C'mon.

    Anyway, the caravan moves on.

    Peace be with you.

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    I must say, I like the new "Zen" Fogbuster a whole lot better!

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