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post #61 of 81
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Originally Posted by ckblv View Post
I love Rush, he is such a hoot. I'm sorry liberals just can't make it on talk radio. Oh well

Yeah, I always thought talk radio was a success amongst certain people who find nasty, devisive talk er........entertaining. Maybe the same types that got a kick out of watching Jerry Springer?

Many people have shown the symptoms of Bush Derangement Syndrome, have you had a sniffle or two Pookie?

Nope, feelin' just swell, how's about yourself, hmmm?

I sure much of the symptoms will mysteriously fade away now, don't you think?

There you go! I believe you've just proved my point about kowtowing to Rush's intent for his made-up crapola that he spews out on a daily basis. Hey, thanks!!.
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post #62 of 81
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Originally Posted by PookieBoy View Post
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Sure, anytime, you are very welcome. I aim to please. Oh yes, everyone that listens to talk radio is just the worst kind of person, almost anti-american I'm sure, because every talk radio program in america is terrible because it doesn't lean to the left.

I'm sorry, I may be wrong but I think I may detect a small note of jealousy regarding the failure of liberals in the talk radio arena. But I could be wrong.

No worries, there is no Bush to kick around anymore, now 'tis someone new.

Hey, I like those asterisks Pook.
post #63 of 81
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Originally Posted by ckblv View Post
Sure, anytime, you are very welcome. I aim to please. Oh yes, everyone that listens to talk radio is just the worst kind of person, almost anti-american I'm sure, because every talk radio program in america is terrible because it doesn't lean to the left.

I'm sorry, I may be wrong but I think I may detect a small note of jealousy regarding the failure of liberals in the talk radio arena. But I could be wrong.

No worries, there is no Bush to kick around anymore, now 'tis someone new.

Hey, I like those asterisks Pook.
I always thought the difference in radio was because liberals go out and do, while conservations sit around the radio and listen to someone talk about it
post #64 of 81
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Originally Posted by Skippymjp View Post
I always thought the difference in radio was because liberals go out and do, while conservations sit around the radio and listen to someone talk about it
You mean the way all the liberals on this forum are always out "doing"? LOL
I'm sure you are right.
post #65 of 81
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Originally Posted by ckblv View Post
Many people have shown the symptoms of Bush Derangement Syndrome
And before BDS there was CPS (Clinton Persecution Syndrome). I wonder what method of psychosis will be prevalent with Obama haters?
post #66 of 81
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Originally Posted by ckblv View Post
You mean the way all the liberals on this forum are always out "doing"? LOL
I'm sure you are right.
Well, actually, yes. I've seen a great many of the liberals here talking about their daily activities volunteering at animal rescue centers. In numerous political threads they have spoken of donations of money and time to the poor, the homeless, the critters.

Most of the uber-conservative proclamation I've seen has been "not giving my money away", or "they can get a job", or some other such "they're on their own - me, myself and I" statements, topped off with "Rush says..."
post #67 of 81
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Originally Posted by Momofmany View Post
Historians are predicting that he will be viewed as one of the worst presidents in America's history.

http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2009/...n4712837.shtml
A minor point, but in September of 1974, the same people said the same thing about Nixon.

The behavior toward Bush at the inaugural was shameful. What a crowd of louts and hooligans those people turned out to be.
post #68 of 81
I know, I know, the audacity to say "they can get a job", oh the horror of it all. And to not want the govt to take my money and give it to people who wouldn't work if you handed them a job on a silver platter, that is just the limit, isn't it? LOL


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Originally Posted by Skippymjp View Post
Well, actually, yes. I've seen a great many of the liberals here talking about their daily activities volunteering at animal rescue centers. In numerous political threads they have spoken of donations of money and time to the poor, the homeless, the critters.

Most of the uber-conservative proclamation I've seen has been "not giving my money away", or "they can get a job", or some other such "they're on their own - me, myself and I" statements, topped off with "Rush says..."
post #69 of 81
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Originally Posted by mrblanche View Post
A minor point, but in September of 1974, the same people said the same thing about Nixon.

The behavior toward Bush at the inaugural was shameful. What a crowd of louts and hooligans those people turned out to be.
I think it called a lack of breeding or poor parental upbringing. I heard what some of the gansta rappers said about Bush at the Hip Hop Ball. Nice people.
post #70 of 81
For one of my classes I had to do a diversity interview so I had a nice discussion with a coworker who immigrated here from Jamaica. One of things she said that shocked her after moving here was welfare. She said there's no such thing in Jamaica, you either do or you don't. As a result she doesn't agree with welfare at all. Don't go yelling about me about it folks, I was just passing along what she told me. While I'm at it she also said that educational standards in Jamaica are higher than in the U.S..
post #71 of 81
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Originally Posted by ckblv View Post
I know, I know, the audacity to say "they can get a job", oh the horror of it all. And to not want the govt to take my money and give it to people who wouldn't work if you handed them a job on a silver platter, that is just the limit, isn't it? LOL

Exactly! Those are the sorts of things that liberals are out "doing" without complaining while the uber-conservatives sit home listening to talk radio. My point exactly
post #72 of 81
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Originally Posted by Skippymjp View Post
Exactly! Those are the sorts of things that liberals are out "doing" without complaining while the uber-conservatives sit home listening to talk radio. My point exactly
I think there are plenty of far lefties that spend most of their time sitting at a computer and they aren't doing much of anything.
post #73 of 81
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Originally Posted by ckblv View Post
I think there are plenty of far lefties that spend most of their time sitting at a computer and they aren't doing much of anything.
I'm sure there are! But you don't hear any of them complaining about a lack of radio programming. In fact, most of them can form ideas without input from pundits.
post #74 of 81
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Originally Posted by Skippymjp View Post
I'm sure there are! But you don't hear any of them complaining about a lack of radio programming. In fact, most of them can form ideas without input from pundits.
Oh no, they don't complain, they just clamor for the so-called Fairness Doctrine to be reinstituted so talk radio will be shut down.
post #75 of 81
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Originally Posted by ckblv View Post
Oh no, they don't complain, they just clamor for the so-called Fairness Doctrine to be reinstituted so talk radio will be shut down.
Clamoring is being active isn't it?

It's quite clear, uber-liberals don't bother with having talk radio because they are doing...uber-conservatives are consumed with talk radio because they need it to form their "opinions" for them
post #76 of 81
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Originally Posted by Skippymjp View Post
Clamoring is being active isn't it?

It's quite clear, uber-liberals don't bother with having talk radio because they are doing...uber-conservatives are consumed with talk radio because they need it to form their "opinions" for them
Oh come on...be fair...many "uber-conservatives" who hold tight to their money to keep the government off of it do donate to worthy causes. I think that's a way of doing things. Without all those donations, no matter how many volunteers you get (your active "uber-liberals"), you need money to keep the place running.

So, "uber-liberals," go out and do, and "uber-conservatives" keep writing those checks.

*This post was intended to be humorous and not serious at all.*
post #77 of 81
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Originally Posted by ckblv View Post
I know, I know, the audacity to say "they can get a job", oh the horror of it all. And to not want the govt to take my money and give it to people who wouldn't work if you handed them a job on a silver platter, that is just the limit, isn't it? LOL
My company has been laying off people over the last year so I happen to know many people that are now unemployed right now. Some of them have been looking for a job for the last 9 months with no luck. And its not like they are being picky about the jobs they are applying for. There are hundreds of applicants for every job out there, and even jobs at 10% of their old salary aren't available to them. No one is getting a job handed to them on a silver platter right now. People are trying to find anything that will pay their bills.

Yes, it is a horror to be in a position of having young children at home and not knowing if you will be able to feed them next month, or that you have to move in with a family member that is 100 miles away because you might lose your home. A very close friend of mine is going thru this, and we've offered he and his family our home to live in if he cannot find a job soon.

The economy is sinking fast and I hope that no one here has to make those choices.
post #78 of 81
I didn't make myself clear Momofmany, but I surely was not talking about those people. My heart goes out to all that are losing their jobs, I think it is horrible.
I was talking about the people that don't want to work and have no intention of ever working, the leeches of our society and there are many.

Skippy, I am sure that is what some people think but the facts are that liberals have tried many times to make it on talk radio and failed and you know that to be true, I know it is hard to admit. So if it is easier for you to spin it your way, go for it. That introspection is working good.

Talk radio did not make me a conservative, that is hilarious to even think talk radio could do something like that. To tell you the truth, I don't even listen to talk radio much, if at all. I was a Republican before I even heard of Rush or Sean.
post #79 of 81
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Originally Posted by Skippymjp View Post
Clamoring is being active isn't it?

It's quite clear, uber-liberals don't bother with having talk radio because they are doing...uber-conservatives are consumed with talk radio because they need it to form their "opinions" for them
I see you got that big, old, broad brush out again. Tsk tsk.
post #80 of 81
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Originally Posted by ckblv View Post
I didn't make myself clear Momofmany, but I surely was not talking about those people. My heart goes out to all that are losing their jobs, I think it is horrible.
I was talking about the people that don't want to work and have no intention of ever working, the leeches of our society and there are many.

Skippy, I am sure that is what some people think but the facts are that liberals have tried many times to make it on talk radio and failed and you know that to be true, I know it is hard to admit. So if it is easier for you to spin it your way, go for it. That introspection is working good.

Talk radio did not make me a conservative, that is hilarious to even think talk radio could do something like that. To tell you the truth, I don't even listen to talk radio much, if at all. I was a Republican before I even heard of Rush or Sean.

Well of course a few tiny groups tried. And what did they find out? That liberals are more interested in doing than listening.

And just FYI, I'm not liberal, more like half and half (don't care for the word moderate, but you can use it if you like )

It would be much, much more convincing if you didn't constantly borrow opinions from them
post #81 of 81
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Originally Posted by ckblv View Post
I see you got that big, old, broad brush out again. Tsk tsk.
Yes, and used it completely on purpose
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