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Re: What are you thinking - (political version)
« Reply #465 on: September 01, 2015, 01:08:15 PM »

Dude, you need help.

I talk with Federal Agents all the time.  Not only Secret Service, but Border Patrol, FBI, BATF, even CIA occasionally. 

What about it?

Well then why are you assaulting and accusing FF of something you do all the time?

Oh, because that is you.  Find any reason you make up to insult people because you are a super extreme partisan bully that can't think.

CAn you use a tiny portion of brain cells to see you and your buddy flipper flopper have been picking on ff and now you say that nothing happened because you talk to them all the time.

Wait, then why are you claiming it was different and ff sicced them on you.  If you are questioned all the time, you wouldn't even know it was different.

Anything for you to be a filthy insulting pig.  Maybe it is what has kept you from going postal so far.
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Re: What are you thinking - (political version)
« Reply #466 on: September 01, 2015, 03:39:52 PM »

Monday evening, the Supreme Court handed down an order that effectively cut off an anti-gay Kentucky county clerk’s last line of legal resistance to marriage equality. Though she has an appeal pending before a lower federal court, that appeal will not be resolved for weeks or even months.
Yet, despite the fact that Davis is under a federal court order requiring her to comply with her legal and constitutional obligations to issue marriage licenses, Davis turned aside a same-sex couple Tuesday morning. In an angry confrontation that was videotaped by multiple news outlets, Davis told David Moore and David Ermold, a couple that has now been turned away four times, to leave her office.
When the couple refused to leave “until we have a license,” Davis told them that they are “going to have a long day.” She also told the couple that she was acting “under God’s authority.”
Now that Davis has refused to comply a court order even in the face of the Supreme Court’s recent decision, it is likely that she will be held in contempt of court by the federal judge that originally ordered her to follow the Constitution. Judge David Bunning may subject her to fines until she obeys his order or he can order her to be jailed.
Davis says that she will not resign from her job, which is an elected position. She can be impeached by the state legislature, although it is unlikely that there would be enough votes to remove her. The Kentucky state Senate President, Roberts Stivers (R), spoke at a rally supporting her.
http://thinkprogress.org/justice/2015/09/01/3697354/breaking-anti-gay-kentucky-clerk-refuses-to-allow-couple-to-marry-despite-supreme-court-order/

But, yeah, the republicans that complain about government and waste have no problem with her refusing to do her job.  Oh, and don’t ya love that the ones yelling “constitution” refuse to follow it?
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Re: What are you thinking - (political version)
« Reply #467 on: September 01, 2015, 04:06:31 PM »

You crack me up Duck.

You get on Livewire for telling the truth about what Frenchfry did - and how the Secret Service Investigated because of it.  Apparently you shouldn't tell people what others on this board have ACTUALLY done.

On the other hand.....

You love to rant and rave about a hypothetical situation - which was STATED as a hypothetical situation - and didn't hurt ANYONE - and NEVER involved LAW ENFORCEMENT let alone the SECRET SERVICE - and the ADMIN even blew it off as NOTHING - and apparently you think it is fine to bring that up over and over and over again - making accusations about it as if I intended to have Teachers molest someones students - as if their teachers would willingly and happily immediately do so - just on my say so.

I can only come to one conclusion.

Duck, you are a complete Hypocrite.

You are a complete and utter hypocrite.
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Re: What are you thinking - (political version)
« Reply #468 on: September 01, 2015, 04:14:21 PM »

Monday evening, the Supreme Court handed down an order that effectively cut off an anti-gay Kentucky county clerk’s last line of legal resistance to marriage equality. Though she has an appeal pending before a lower federal court, that appeal will not be resolved for weeks or even months.
Yet, despite the fact that Davis is under a federal court order requiring her to comply with her legal and constitutional obligations to issue marriage licenses, Davis turned aside a same-sex couple Tuesday morning. In an angry confrontation that was videotaped by multiple news outlets, Davis told David Moore and David Ermold, a couple that has now been turned away four times, to leave her office.
When the couple refused to leave “until we have a license,” Davis told them that they are “going to have a long day.” She also told the couple that she was acting “under God’s authority.”
Now that Davis has refused to comply a court order even in the face of the Supreme Court’s recent decision, it is likely that she will be held in contempt of court by the federal judge that originally ordered her to follow the Constitution. Judge David Bunning may subject her to fines until she obeys his order or he can order her to be jailed.
Davis says that she will not resign from her job, which is an elected position. She can be impeached by the state legislature, although it is unlikely that there would be enough votes to remove her. The Kentucky state Senate President, Roberts Stivers (R), spoke at a rally supporting her.
http://thinkprogress.org/justice/2015/09/01/3697354/breaking-anti-gay-kentucky-clerk-refuses-to-allow-couple-to-marry-despite-supreme-court-order/

But, yeah, the republicans that complain about government and waste have no problem with her refusing to do her job.  Oh, and don’t ya love that the ones yelling “constitution” refuse to follow it?

Guess you skipped right over not a professor's comment #463, huh?
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Re: What are you thinking - (political version)
« Reply #469 on: September 01, 2015, 04:20:37 PM »

Looks like a Kentucky clerk needs to be removed from office for failing to perform duties as prescribed by law... 

If your faith is more important than you job - then get a different job...

I totally agree.

It is not like she is performing a religious rite.

She is issuing a permit for a contract - and she was elected to do so.

It isn't up to her who she serves and who she doesn't serve.

If she wants to do that she needs to shoot higher than county clerk.
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Re: What are you thinking - (political version)
« Reply #470 on: September 01, 2015, 04:25:50 PM »

I totally agree.

It is not like she is performing a religious rite.

She is issuing a permit for a contract - and she was elected to do so.

It isn't up to her who she serves and who she doesn't serve.

If she wants to do that she needs to shoot higher than county clerk.
Aaannnd, another of those nasty republicans agrees with not a professor. Looks like Duck lost a bit of leverage.Won't stop him from recycling his old worn-out phrases, though. The hate is palpable.
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Re: What are you thinking - (political version)
« Reply #471 on: September 01, 2015, 04:28:15 PM »

Guess you skipped right over not a professor's comment #463, huh?

LOL   I was typing the same thing

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Re: What are you thinking - (political version)
« Reply #472 on: September 01, 2015, 05:26:32 PM »

Anything for you to be a filthy insulting pig.  Maybe it is what has kept you from going postal so far.


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Re: What are you thinking - (political version)
« Reply #473 on: September 01, 2015, 06:08:46 PM »

You crack me up Duck.

You get on Livewire for telling the truth about what Frenchfry did

Wait, hold the phones.... your republican buddies made claims that are not necessarily factual.  they just accused. They didn't say a damn thing about you being there listening to ff make a call to secret service so YOU KNOW.

But, that is what you do... You don't talk civil on topic, just rant lies that you make up that others think.

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- and how the Secret Service Investigated because of it.  Apparently you shouldn't tell people what others on this board have ACTUALLY done.

Ahhh, so you accuse me of repeating what they said.  flipper and liar both said the secret service investigated the liar.  The liar just said he wasn't the suspect, but knew/knows the suspect.  That is what they said, not me.... Oh, but you can't handle reality...

I shouldn't tell others that ... what.. you and they claim ff turned them in for who knows what?  Where is YOUR PROOF 24/7?  In saying I am wrong you say that you factually know exactly what happened separate from their probably baseless accusations.

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On the other hand.....

You love to rant and rave about a hypothetical situation - which was STATED as a hypothetical situation - and didn't hurt ANYONE - and NEVER involved LAW ENFORCEMENT let alone the SECRET SERVICE - and the ADMIN even blew it off as NOTHING - and apparently you think it is fine to bring that up over and over and over again - making accusations about it as if I intended to have Teachers molest someones students - as if their teachers would willingly and happily immediately do so - just on my say so.


Wow, I have no clue what that bunch of stupid was supposed to be but it sure looks like vomit.  Ohhhh, yep, you are right, it is sad that you were not banned for that disgusting filth.  I can't understand why the admin let you go on it.  That isn't my problem though 24/7.  My problem with what you said is that you were so sick in the head to not only say it but think it.  Oh, but you claim it was all innocent and hypothetical... yeah, sure.  Why is it that you have such a sick mind you would even think to say something so disgusting as that to another poster?

And more important, WTF does that have to do with the liar accusing ff of something he has no clue.

What does that have to do with the liar saying he was checked by secret service accusing FF and making a big deal of it, then telling me it is no big deal because he talks to secret service all the time.  Which is it?

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I can only come to one conclusion.

Duck, you are a complete Hypocrite.

You are a complete and utter hypocrite.

Ohh, you are such a funny little troll…


Let’s see, now how did this all go?

Flipper flopper starts insulting FF saying he turned in the liar to the secret service. 

The liar corrects flipper flopper saying someone else was turned in and they talked to him because he knows the one turned in.


See the common denominator there?   Monroe talks per chance? 

Actually, there is no evidence of that I am sure.  Just a couple here speculate that they were turned in from someone here.  That does not mean it was ff.  It doesn’t even mean it was someone that posts.  It is often we have a lot of readers.

But, anyway, so they make the connection to talks.  Now, I ask why HE was visited too out of all the people here.  Why not you, or flip, or even me, why him?

After I ask that, he says it was not him, that he gets talked to all the time, I assume from his job.  So, if that is the case, why are they both accusing FF if he didn’t do what they accuse? 

Now, you play that it is my fault that they are changing their story.  Why not, you make up what people think or say all the time.
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Re: What are you thinking - (political version)
« Reply #474 on: September 01, 2015, 06:11:03 PM »

Guess you skipped right over not a professor's comment #463, huh?

Hmmm really, don't republicans complain about big government and waste all the time here?

Sometimes the not a professor steps away from his purposeful trolling.  He used to be a reasonable moderate republican that was not super partisan all the time.  That changed.
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Re: What are you thinking - (political version)
« Reply #475 on: September 01, 2015, 06:12:53 PM »

I totally agree.

It is not like she is performing a religious rite.

She is issuing a permit for a contract - and she was elected to do so.

It isn't up to her who she serves and who she doesn't serve.

If she wants to do that she needs to shoot higher than county clerk.

Wait, aren't you the republican here that was saying to get rid of marriage altogether because you hate gay marriage so much?

But, it certainly is nice to see you thinking reasonably for a change. 
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« Reply #476 on: September 01, 2015, 06:24:47 PM »

Hmmm really, don't republicans complain about big government and waste all the time here?

Sometimes the not a professor steps away from his purposeful trolling.  He used to be a reasonable moderate republican that was not super partisan all the time.  That changed.
You used to be the most reasonable person on this forum, which is why I admired you so much. That changed. Now you're like a rabid dog, with no moderation at all. You seem so filled with hate for anyone who disagrees with you. What caused you to change? Please don't blame it on anyone on MT. It has to be more than that.
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« Reply #477 on: September 01, 2015, 06:46:35 PM »

You used to be the most reasonable person on this forum, which is why I admired you so much. That changed. Now you're like a rabid dog, with no moderation at all. You seem so filled with hate for anyone who disagrees with you. What caused you to change? Please don't blame it on anyone on MT. It has to be more than that.

If you know.I posted different, why is it you don't see how rapid the right became and stayed.   Seriously, you think livewire is anywhere even near the same planet at civility and rational?  You think having half a dozen not talking but always insulting... including you, is my fault?  Oh  Wait, you didn't say that, you and they always civilly talk on topic and never insult anyone. 

There also was a time that those you apparently see nothing wrong with were not near as bad as now.  I could call everyone here on any side a friend.  Even with disagreements there only ever was the occasional personal... well, except the same bunch to ff.  They were personal with him before I even started reading.  The difference is, the same that were personally insulting to ff spread it to anyone not extremist republican.

So, I guess the answer you don't want is I just joined how insulting you buddies were LONG before.

My life is great.  I have my buddy.  I get to watch my 1 1/2 year old most days.  My daughter is teacher that is one of the good ones;her waiting list of parents wanting their kids in her class has grown.

I have been painting portraits of kids and grandkids for Christmas and am happy.  But, that won't fit your accusation that it is me and not that you are blind to your republican pals.
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« Reply #478 on: September 01, 2015, 08:35:20 PM »

There also was a time that those you apparently see nothing wrong with were not near as bad as now.  I could call everyone here on any side a friend. 

I'm fine with being friends.

I'm down with that!
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« Reply #479 on: September 01, 2015, 09:12:15 PM »

If you know.I posted different, why is it you don't see how rapid the right became and stayed.   Seriously, you think livewire is anywhere even near the same planet at civility and rational?  You think having half a dozen not talking but always insulting... including you, is my fault?  Oh  Wait, you didn't say that, you and they always civilly talk on topic and never insult anyone. 

There also was a time that those you apparently see nothing wrong with were not near as bad as now.  I could call everyone here on any side a friend.  Even with disagreements there only ever was the occasional personal... well, except the same bunch to ff.  They were personal with him before I even started reading.  The difference is, the same that were personally insulting to ff spread it to anyone not extremist republican.

So, I guess the answer you don't want is I just joined how insulting you buddies were LONG before.

My life is great.  I have my buddy.  I get to watch my 1 1/2 year old most days.  My daughter is teacher that is one of the good ones;her waiting list of parents wanting their kids in her class has grown.

I have been painting portraits of kids and grandkids for Christmas and am happy.  But, that won't fit your accusation that it is me and not that you are blind to your republican pals.
Nice deflection.
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