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ibshame said...

Z fister you are so full of bullsh!t until you are truly a joke. Just the other week when I pointed out the fact that it was the FOREIGN press that alerted the US media to the fact they had been bamboozled into believing there were WMD's in Iraq you said they couldn't be trusted. Now, today because they have written something against Hillary winning, you all of a sudden think they are reliable. You are sick. No other way to put it. When Hillary wins in 2016 (should she decide to run) it's going to be pretty rough for your kind. All of her skeletons have already been exposed, she has TWO parents born in the US, all of her husband's skeletons were exposed when he was in office , so when it comes right down to it your kind is going to have to make crap up but it won't last long because there are too many ways to fact check any made up crap these days.

Being a teabagger is not going to help because by the time they get through bullying the base of the Repub party into impeaching President Obama, the establishment Repubs will ban them from any office and kick you to the curve because of the losses they will face. But you hang in there because by 2024, Repubs just might be able to field an electable candidate but I wouldn't hold my breath unless President Hosea Ferdinand Martinez(fictional name,lol) happens to be a Repub. Cosidering Repubs unwillingness to address immigration reform these days, highly unlikely. LOL LOL

July 29, 2014 at 7:18 p.m.
ibshame said...

Palin thinks of herself as part of the teabagger leadership and for them that's all that counts. Of course considering what a complete dumba$$ she is one can't blame the establishment for not recognizing her leadership abilities. LOL

July 29, 2014 at 6:56 p.m.
ibshame said...

Here's a forthcoming accomplishment for you: She will become the first woman elected to the office of President of the United States should she decide to run and there is no one on the Repub side who could beat her.

July 29, 2014 at 6:53 p.m.
ibshame said...

The ONLY reason Boehner is trying to sue the President with his lawsuit is to appease the ignorant , dumbass teabaggers so he can keep his position as SOTH. The only problem is that Palin and the rest of that dumba$$ crowd aren't going to be satisfied with the lawsuit( which is going to be thrown out of court as soon as it gets there), instead they're going to go full court press for impeachment. Boehner will fold and the Repubs will lose the White House, the Senate, the House and at least two or more seats on the USSC, because Hillary and Bubba will be doing the picking after Hillary's win in 2016. No, impeachment isn't off the table, it's just that the establishment Repubs are scared out of their drawers that the teabaggers are going to destroy them from the inside if they pursue it. Dems just have to sit back and watch the show. President Obama should "TRIPLE DOG" dare teabaggers to go for impeachment. That ought to get that bunch riled up enough to go for it. LOL

July 29, 2014 at 5:50 p.m.
ibshame said...

Z fister, there will NEVER be a day when someone like you can tell me or suggest to me that I should leave TN or for that matter the South. If you are happy with the mess TN has found itself in then that's you, but the days are gone when someone of your ilk can suggest a person leave because they don't share your dumbass, ignorant view of this state. Just so you know, this state is in the worst shape it has ever been since RWNJ's took over the state capital and U.S. delegation. It is a disgrace but as I stated before I don't blame the low-life politicians, I blame the ones who didn't bother to vote. As the saying goes,you get what you pay for and the sorry bunch in Nashville from Flying J Haslam on down are the result of cheap votes and apathy. Until the poor and less fortunate in this state are afforded proper healthcare I will continue to criticize and there's not a damn thing you can do or say to stop it. You dislike the fact Barack Obama is President, why don't you leave the United States? See a dumba$$ suggestion works both ways.

July 29, 2014 at 5:32 p.m.
ibshame said...

It's as I wrote yesterday, the day AFTER VW announced it's new SUV would be built in Chatt.,WRCB on its evening broadcast reported Tennessee was listed as the worst state in the Union to live in. In that same report of the top ten worst five were Southern RED States. This past week-end Tennessee was listed as the third most conservative in the nation. Mr. Bennett's cartoon accurately portrays the end result of those distinctions. While teabaggers have put a stronghold on the state legislature nothing good has come of it for the poor and less fortunate when it comes to providing adequate health care. Last year Tennessee had the distinction of having the worst crime rate in the U.S. In the end while it's the teabaggers and their ilk that are taking this state down the road of the worst rankings, one can only blame those who are too apathetic to get up and go out to vote.

Instead they allow a small minority to make decisions for the majority and the end result are those rankings which are shameful. Flying J Haslam should be very happy he has no REAL competition and he will float to a win in Nov. as will Alexander. Unfortunately for Chuckie Fleishman that is no longer the case. Couldn't happen to a better teabagger.LOL

July 29, 2014 at 12:16 p.m.
ibshame said...

Regional Bias? The day after VW announced it was going to add another line in Chattanooga, WRCB reported TN had been listed as the worst state in the union to live in. In fact, four of the top ten worst states were in the South. This past week-end another report listed TN as the 3rd most Conservative, in addition it has been listed as the worst in providing Health Care for the poor. So, while conservatives in this state like to brag about their redness, it hasn't improved the lives of those who live here.

July 28, 2014 at 5:27 p.m.
ibshame said...

Z fister you are laughable when you of all people pretend to take offense at the use of "Uncle Tom" as a description of people like Sowell, Thomas, Williams and some others. Colin Powell is no mild, mild Repub. The biggest difference between Colin Powell and the "Uncle Toms" listed above is he doesn't hate his race. In other words he doesn't hate the fact he was born Black. That cannot be said of those others and anyone in the Black Community who has been around for awhile and read the columns of Sowell and Williams will tell you that. The only time I have ever read anything positive from Sowell was last week when he warned teabaggers to stay away from talk of impeaching the President and to drop that asinine lawsuit. I sincerely hope they don't take his advice on that and go full speed ahead with their impeachment proceedings after all this is the same bunch that shut the govt down a few months back.

July 28, 2014 at 5:12 p.m.
ibshame said...

Z fister says their tattoos tell him something. I agree because every post you make tells me just how uninformed and ignorant you are. Of course you are not alone. Mr.Bennett is again on the mark. The only thing he left off was President Obama's name. LOL

July 28, 2014 at 12:45 p.m.
ibshame said...

Every faith has their own set of religious indoctrination. I was baptized and raised as a Catholic. 12 years of Catholic School back in the days when the students were taught primarily by nuns and priests. There was Mass everyday as well as time set aside for catechism during the day. In grade school, I received my First Communion and was Confirmed by the Bishop of the local diocese.. I went to Confession at least twice a month and received Communion regularly. I have never forgotten the day I began to question the Church's teachings.

There was this kid in school that came from a VERY DEVOUT Catholic family. There were seven kids and they were all like stair steps in age. If their parents had ever practiced any kind of birth control one couldn't tell by looking at the size of their family. Unlike the Kennedys of Massachusetts they were not wealthy. In fact, it was a good thing we wore uniforms because it saved on trying to buy clothes to keep up with the Jones's. One day there was an announcement made to keep the family in our prayers. None of the kids were at school that day. Their mother (who was no longer as young as she had been) had gotten pregnant with baby number eight. During delivery some kind of complication set in (in today's modern medicine it probably wouldn't be anything critical)and it was either save the mother or the baby but both couldn't be saved. Being DEVOUT the decision was made in favor of the baby. So now you've got SEVEN plus a newborn who are now motherless because the Church taught in a situation like that the Baby's life was more important.

I couldn't just blindly accept that. Does that mean I don't believe in God or the Catholic church for that matter? No, I think people have a right to choose what they want to believe. What may be good for one person may not be for someone else. If a person chooses not to believe or have faith then it's their choice and no matter how many Bible verses are quoted in the final analysis it's still that person's choice.

The type of tactics used by ConMan and his cohorts are despicable. They sit in judgement of those who don't share their beliefs. I didn't like the choice that was made by that family but it was not for me to condemn them for a choice I would not have made. I like to watch Bill Maher who was also raised as a Catholic but who no longer believes in God, Jesus or the Holy Spirit. That's his choice. I don't know if he's going to heaven or hell and neither does anyone else. There are fanatical Christians who have committed atrocities just as there are fanatical Jews and Muslims. No one has a monopoly on being right.

July 23, 2014 at 9:25 p.m.

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