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Re: “Election fraud blowback

If anyone at all was truly "on record" as having "a history of voter fraud" then the Republicans gleefully would have trotted out the evidence in court, but they have been forced to concede for the record that they have no such evidence. Charges against Republican operative, Nathan Sproul, on the other hand, are based on abundant evidence.

Republicans find the myth of widespread Democratic voter fraud necessary to rationalize their own fraudulent activities, and as with all myths, true believers will pay no attention to facts or reason.

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Posted by Mr. K-- on 10/24/2012 at 11:02 PM

Re: “Election fraud blowback

You guys can make up voter irregularity charges, but you left-wignuts are on record and have a history of voter fraud. Un-American Rat Party pimps!!!!

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Posted by Robert Manwiller on 10/24/2012 at 7:55 AM

Re: “Suppressing the minority vote

Rabbit, agree on most of what you say.

But. There is no deity, no God, no heaven, no hell. The greedsters among the wealthy class will not answer to anyone. All religions are fiction, designed to control the masses and get you to turn the other cheek so the wealthy can slap the crap out of you and send you home to a hovel on a trash filled street and dressed to the nines in the latest Salvation Army "fashions."

By FDR's standard of progress that you quoted, we are going backwards, FAST.

I will not take that crap from anyone. I will not be a fool who thinks there's a better life waiting in the afterlife as a reward for being abused for a lifetime. There is NO afterlife.

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Posted by OldCrank on 10/03/2012 at 4:19 PM

Re: “Suppressing the minority vote

OldCrank, after you asked the question how much is enough it reminded me of a quote that a friend told me that one of the rich Americans made. The answer from the rich man was " A little more".

I think I read somewhere you stated not a religious man. Well I am not religious, but I love God the Father, Jesus the Son, and the Holy Spirit. I believe that we will answer to God in the end. To those whom much has been given, much is required.

I find it odd that a Mormon, who supposedly believe in a god, should be among those who would seek to take away from those who need, and libel them as people who do not take responsibility. That is hogwash. While there may be some or many that abuse the system set up through our tax dollars, it does not excuse our govenment from providing for those in need.

Here is a good quote I found online...These rich folks, no matter what their political leanings, should make this a practice.

The test of our progress is not whether we add more to the abundance of those who have much it is whether we provide enough for those who have little.
Franklin D. Roosevelt

Read more at…

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Posted by WhiteRabbit on 10/03/2012 at 3:59 PM

Re: “Suppressing the minority vote

These voter suppression efforts are aimed at DEMs and minorities, bought and paid for by Charles and David Koch, two of the creepiest billionaire bastards in the nation. Their agenda is raw racism and even more power over the already powerless masses.

One of their goals is the decades old "conservative" goal to kill Medicare and especially Social Security; more than a few of the wealthy hated Social Security from the start.

Among their other goals are to destroy unions, especially public service unions (teachers, police, fire, et al), cut wages, and to do anything it takes to increase their existing $60B net worth. How much is enough?

Our own mayor kneels before these creeps and takes his orders from the Koch's commissar for this region, the AFP and its rep Jeff Crank (no relation).

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Posted by OldCrank on 10/03/2012 at 3:15 PM

Re: “Suppressing the minority vote

smartestman, your post is as mendacious as it is predictable. What you describe is Republican behavior, as evidenced right here in Colorado. Republicans routinely violate fair election laws and just as routinely blame Democrats for doing the same thing, even though they know better, just to cover their tracks.

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Posted by Mr. K-- on 10/03/2012 at 11:41 AM

Re: “Suppressing the minority vote

and speaking of "ballot integrity"...
The Dems routinely count on votes from illegals, the dead and comic strip characters. I suppose that is how they get illegal, (brain) dead, comic strip character candidates to actually win elections. Nice system. It is no wonder they fight "you must be a real US citizen to vote" efforts.

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Posted by smartestman on 10/03/2012 at 6:29 AM

Re: “Mitt 'it's all good' Romney

scroat - what is a government "teet", you simpleton? ... and the "feeling" you are getting is your thumb up your ass.
You are so freaking wrong in every one of your guesses. When I get to Social security and medicare age (still a considerable distance in the future), I'm seriously considering donating it, although I've contributed several hundred thousand dollars to that effort. I don't need it because I actually worked in my life. (Unlike you, the low-life scum parasite.)
As to politics, have your big sister read the Libertarian platform to you and then you might know where I stand (assuming you can understand any of it).
Why don't you get a job and contribute to society instead of being a blood sucking leech?

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Posted by smartestman on 09/26/2012 at 3:41 PM

Re: “Mitt 'it's all good' Romney

typical dumbassman repubican... lives off the gov. but complains about everyone else. i have a feeling you are one of these "keep your government hands off my medicare" morons. keep sucking at the gov teet and keep whining you teabagger dumbassman.

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Posted by Daytripper on 09/26/2012 at 3:13 PM

Re: “Mitt 'it's all good' Romney

scroat - everyone is still waiting to hear what you have EVER given in your life. It is low-life scum like yourself that points your stinky finger (you know, the one you either have in your butt, your nose or your mouth) at people that actually do give back and insist they not give enough.
So here is a question slime-ball, why are you not supporting me?

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Posted by smartestman on 09/26/2012 at 2:45 PM

Re: “Mitt 'it's all good' Romney

i see dumbassman is throwing another repubican tantrum after reading the indy. most faux news and limpballs listeners can't handle facts...thus the tantrums.

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Posted by Daytripper on 09/26/2012 at 1:56 PM

Re: “Mitt 'it's all good' Romney

Jimmie: I was astonished that you were astonished by the astonishment (putz).
Dang, you are losing your communistic, loony-left angst. This pitiful excuse for an article was not even a limp-wristed tap.
By the way, don't you think something is wrong with a system that only taxes half of its citizens?

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Posted by smartestman on 09/26/2012 at 6:34 AM

Re: “Robots in the workforce

... and the same can be said for any of the machines that have replaced human labor.
Do I need to explain it to you again C? Corporations have sent jobs overseas because of the tax happy Dems running them out of the country. The US has the HIGHEST corporate tax rate in the world. And the class-warfare nimrods keep screaming to tax the rich (corporations) more.
The world will go into recession because of the quasi-socialist programs and not because of a robot. The socialist dichotomy: Sounds good BUT, there are just so many productive people in the world. When the parasite outnumber the productive, the economic world, as we know it, will end.
So you and Jimmie keep spewing your communist and socialist propaganda.

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Posted by smartestman on 09/20/2012 at 6:18 AM

Re: “Robots in the workforce

One of the many overlooked accomplishments of the union movement was the establishment of the forty hour work week as the standard for industrial workers. In the heyday of unionism, immediately following the end of World War II, the prevailing thought was that as productivity increased, instead of laying off workers, the work week would continue to be cut, with no cut in pay, so all could share in the prosperity. Now that corporations have become international and freely ship jobs overseas, no one remembers what was once considered to be a promise from American management to American workers, a promise that formed the basis of American Exceptionalism.

When American jobs go overseas, Americans buy less, but the corporations have been able to compensate by selling their products overseas, too -- to the people who got those jobs. With the advent of robots, though, there will be no one, foreign or domestic, to buy the products. Robots do not shave or buy shavers.

But you are correct, smartestman. There is no need to talk about all this. When the world goes into recession, because all the warehouses are full of shavers that cannot be sold, because there are no workers earning any money to spend, when houses stand empty because no one can afford a mortgage, while everyone lives in the streets, there will be a worldwide socialist revolution and it will solve all of our problems.

Posted by Mr. K-- on 09/19/2012 at 10:52 PM

Re: “Robots in the workforce

Gee Jimmie, you could have written the very same article at the onset of the industrial revolution. Why don't we put people like you in charge. We could still be living in the dark ages.
I can't believe the Indy actually pays people like you and J. to write the crap you do. Are you freaking kidding me?

Posted by smartestman on 09/19/2012 at 6:21 AM

Re: “Ideology rules, Capitol leaks

Jimmie: Here is the solution: let's fix the roof and, while we are at it, let's cut 90% out of the Federal Budget.
I love how you always blame the "right-wing leaders". Do you really think anyone but me (your loyal follower) reads your narrow-minded bias?

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Posted by smartestman on 09/12/2012 at 6:43 AM

Re: “Stuck in the Republican NutLand

K: talk about appealing to the base, I see you are now talking directly to scroat who is about as base as it gets.
The "war on women" is a political joke lead by the new champion of the left Sandra Fluke. How desperate the Dems must be. I am in the middle, re: social politics, and I can see the ruse. It is all a dodge because Obama and the Dems, that still support him (they are beginning to dwindle), are abysmal failures on the economy. Remember the economy? It is all I and most Americans care about right now and that will be evident at election time.
But you and scroat can keep playing your "war on women" games and you will be losers just like your boy Obama.

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Posted by smartestman on 09/08/2012 at 7:15 AM

Re: “Stuck in the Republican NutLand

Daytripper, smartestman is under the delusion that the phrase, "War on Women," is a catchy, but meaningless, slogan invented by a political operative and vetted by a focus group, and he is angry because it appears to be so effective. After all, that is how Republicans operate.

He does not believe women are under attack or that this slogan is a spontaneous expression of how a great majority of women feel about Republican legislation. He does believe that women make decisions based on feelgood slogans, not solid facts or intelligent analysis.

Posted by Mr. K-- on 09/07/2012 at 7:20 PM

Re: “Stuck in the Republican NutLand

K You are losing it. The Angels didn't come from Germany. They come from Anaheim and they are playing Detroit tonight.
Damn, you are obtuse.

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Posted by smartestman on 09/07/2012 at 4:49 PM

Re: “Stuck in the Republican NutLand

smartestman, the Angles did not come from heaven. They came from Germany and invaded England. They were followed by the Saxons, another Germanic tribe, and their combined conquest is commemorated in the term coined to describe their descendants, "Anglo-Saxon."

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Posted by Mr. K-- on 09/07/2012 at 2:34 PM

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