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wolfdancer
05-22-2007, 05:47 PM
Dear Abby,
I am a crack dealer in Beaumont , Texas who has recently been diagnosed as a carrier of HIV virus. My parents live in Fort Worth and one of my sisters, who lives in Pflugerville, is married to a transvestite.

My father and mother have recently been arrested for growing and selling marijuana. They are financially dependent on my other two sisters, who are prostitutes in Dallas. I have two brothers, one is currently serving a non-parole life sentence at Huntsville for the murder of a teenage boy in 1994. My other brother is currently in jail awaiting charges of sexual misconduct with his three
children.

I have recently become engaged to marry a former prostitute who lives in Longview , She is a part time "working girl".

All things considered, my problem is this. I love my fiancee and look forward to bringing her into the family. I certainly want to be totally open and honest with her. Should I tell her about my cousin who supports Hilary Clinton for President?

Signed, Worried About My Reputation

Gayle in MD
05-22-2007, 11:51 PM
BWA HA HA HA...funny! /ccboard/images/graemlins/wink.gif

Must be killing these righties on here that Hillary beats all Republican pres. contenders in the polls! they've been suffering from PMS lately, really bitchy, to say the least. Sure are a bunch of nastly people living in the south! Ed's yapping all the time about the kettle and the pot, all along planning for a hand out to get his kids through college. REallyh, reading this forum is a real education on why this country is going down the drain. What a joke! Dear Abby would have a field day with this bunch!

Deeman3
05-23-2007, 08:31 AM
<blockquote><font class="small">Quote wolfdancer:</font><hr> Dear Abby,
I am a crack dealer in Beaumont , Texas who has recently been diagnosed as a carrier of HIV virus. My parents live in Fort Worth and one of my sisters, who lives in Pflugerville, is married to a transvestite.

My father and mother have recently been arrested for growing and selling marijuana. They are financially dependent on my other two sisters, who are prostitutes in Dallas. I have two brothers, one is currently serving a non-parole life sentence at Huntsville for the murder of a teenage boy in 1994. My other brother is currently in jail awaiting charges of sexual misconduct with his three
children.

I have recently become engaged to marry a former prostitute who lives in Longview , She is a part time "working girl".

All things considered, my problem is this. I love my fiancee and look forward to bringing her into the family. I certainly want to be totally open and honest with her. Should I tell her about my cousin who supports Hilary Clinton for President?

<font color="blue"> NO, this will kill your relationship with her and the rest of Texas, except Sid... </font color>

Signed, Worried About My Reputation <hr /></blockquote>

pooltchr
05-23-2007, 07:23 PM
<blockquote><font class="small">Quote Gayle in MD:</font><hr> Must be killing these righties on here that Hillary beats all Republican pres. contenders in the polls! <hr /></blockquote>

If the wicked bi-ch of the west were to get elected, you would have to go from beating up on the administration to defending your girl. You are so quick to voice your opinion that GW is the worst president ever....I almost hope she does get elected, just to prove you wrong!
(Notice...I said "almost")
Steve

Drop1
05-23-2007, 07:30 PM
I can't think of a President,worse than Bush,can you?

nAz
05-23-2007, 08:37 PM
I been thinking about this a lot lately, Drop1 for the life of me can't think of one that is worse, uh and not just because of the war either.
Anyways I seriously doubt that HR Clinton could do worse... I'd just like for everyone to give her a chance and not jump on her for every little mistake she may make in her first year or so.

BTW can someone tell me what she has done in her past that would make one think that she will be the a disaster, please i am serious.

Drop1
05-23-2007, 09:04 PM
You have touched on the reason I find democracy amusing and not reflective of judgement over emotions. Once you declare party affiliation,emotions take control,and you give up asking questions about the ties that bind you to the party, that has stopped your capacity to be rational. I don't think it matters who becomes President,due to the state of the nation. Hilliary,or any other person elected to the White House confronts the Bush legacy,which means convincing the rest of the world,we want to exist without a big stick,but with ethics,and cultural understanding. Voting for any person is an unknown.

Vapros
05-23-2007, 10:24 PM
Harry, I have to disagree. It's been a long, long time since ethics and cultural understanding carried any weight in politics - local, national or global. And if you don't have a big stick you are going to sleep in the street and eat from garbage cans. This is being demonstrated all over the world. It's a nice thought, but not realistic. Hillary knows that, and so do all the other hopefuls in both parties. Shame on us if we ever elect somebody who doesn't believe in the big stick.

Bobbyrx
05-24-2007, 02:30 AM
trying to push her health care agenda as First Lady

Gayle in MD
05-24-2007, 04:35 AM
Do you think you could ever write a post about issues, and leave your hatred for me, personally, out of the discussion?

Atleast I gave Bush a chance. Didn't want him in there, never liked him, and thought he would be awful for our country, but atleast I gave him a chance. You righties are unable to do that. Your contempt for liberals and Democrats prevent any reasonable judgement. My views are supported by three quarters of the people in this country. Political views by Americans shouldn't be cause for contempt. Every single post you write me is rude to me, personally. Not much of a commentary of being a reasonable person. I may think the right is nutty to support such an obvious incompetent liar, but I don't hate people for their political views.

Gayle in Md.

Gayle in MD
05-24-2007, 04:56 AM
And so say the vast majority of Americans, and the world. His speech yesterday was full of lies, as usual. You'd think the administration to realize that the fear card doesn't work anymore, and that wevery time he tries to justify staying in this mess, the rest of us realize that he's the one who put us in it. I predict the Iraqis will insist that we get out of their country. Bush and Cheney seem to think they launch a Democracy, and then turn right around and be the new dictators....Violence is worse than ever, and only alQaeda and Iran are happy. The rest of the Middle East has lost any respect they had for our country. All came about because Bush and Cheney thought they knew more than the commanders on the ground. I've never witmessed such humongous egoism. Bush is doing everything he can, to launch an attack in Iran, and without any agreement from anyone, including the rest of the world. He never had approval to occupy Iraq, without letting the inspectors complete their work. He was to go in only after exhausting all other options, yet he insists on saying that Democrats voted for what he did. His speech yesterday at theCoasst Guard graduation, was full of lies. If his lips are moving, he's lying. And, although one of his least damaging failures, he's the poorest communicator to ever darken the White House portico. Only impeachment would signal to the rest of the world that America does not support radical, lawless, dishonest tyrants to represent our great country. That would do more to restore our former moral authority in the world than aything else. The Democrats are making a huge mistake by not going after him full force, as his incompetence looms over the potential hazard of dealing with Iran. I worry more about what he's going to screw up next, than I do about anything else. Only bin Laden's on-going planning is of greater concern, and his policies have accomplished nothing to hinder bin Laden's operative abilities.

Gayle in Md.

eg8r
05-24-2007, 08:54 AM
That is pretty funny but my coworkers from Fort Worth did not laugh. /ccboard/images/graemlins/smile.gif They want to change it to W. I am surrounded by crazy Dems. /ccboard/images/graemlins/smile.gif

eg8r

eg8r
05-24-2007, 08:58 AM
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Ed's yapping all the time about the kettle and the pot, all along planning for a hand out to get his kids through college. <hr /></blockquote> That's right. /ccboard/images/graemlins/tongue.gif Bring on the free money, I want the same ammenties as the rest of the freeloaders that get Gayle all excited about each night.

eg8r &lt;~~~hope my kids work their butts off for whatever they want instead of sitting around waiting for gayle to legislate the free money

eg8r
05-24-2007, 09:01 AM
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Do you think you could ever write a post about issues, and leave your hatred for me, personally, out of the discussion?
<hr /></blockquote> What a hypocrite. You might want to voice this complaint when you actually some ground to stand on.

The entire post is a joke about Hillary and you bring my name into the discussion and talk about my children working their butts off to get a scholarship. I can just imagine how great a man your husband must be to have to put up with you on a regular basis.

eg8r

eg8r
05-24-2007, 09:01 AM
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I can't think of a President,worse than Bush,can you? <hr /></blockquote> Once the Chinese take over after hitting us with a nuke you can add Clinton to your short list.

eg8r

eg8r
05-24-2007, 09:03 AM
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Anyways I seriously doubt that HR Clinton could do worse... I'd just like for everyone to give her a chance and not jump on her for every little mistake she may make in her first year or so.
<hr /></blockquote> Why should you expect her to get that relief when she was unable to offer it when she was in position to? I think Kennedy would only be a worse choice than Clinton. Thank goodness he is not running.

eg8r

Drop1
05-24-2007, 01:44 PM
By God Sir you are right,the country with the least ethics,and the biggest stick wins. As for myself,I prefer garbage cans.

Drop1
05-24-2007, 01:56 PM
Charles Manson would make a better President than Bush. They are both sub-human,but Manson dosen't lie. /ccboard/images/graemlins/smirk.gif

Drop1
05-24-2007, 02:01 PM
Did I once call you and idiot,if I did,I want to apologize to all the idiots in the World.

Bobbyrx
05-24-2007, 03:27 PM
Please, if you are going to TRY insult me with those catchy lines, please do it on the correct post. Oh, oh, oh let me try one ......let's see .......If ignorance is bliss, you must be the happiest person alive. How about.....Sit down and give your mind a rest. Gee this is so much fun

pooltchr
05-24-2007, 07:42 PM
<blockquote><font class="small">Quote nAz:</font><hr> Anyways I seriously doubt that HR Clinton could do worse... I'd just like for everyone to give her a chance and not jump on her for every little mistake she may make in her first year or so. <font color="red"> She has already been in power long enough for us to see what she is all about. </font color>

BTW can someone tell me what she has done in her past that would make one think that she will be the a disaster, please i am serious.
<font color="red"> Socailized Medicine comes to the top of my mind. Hiding documents and stating that they didn't exist...only to have them turn up in the private quarters of the white house when she was living there. She couldn't even get elected in her home state. Why do you think she moved to New York to run for the Senate? Even Gayle admitted in a previous post that she believed that Ms Clinton would put her own well being ahead of the well being of the country. </font color> <hr /></blockquote>

<font color="red"> I think we have all seen enough to know quite well how bad she could be.
Steve </font color>

Drop1
05-24-2007, 07:51 PM
Practice,are you really that challenged. /ccboard/images/graemlins/blush.gif /ccboard/images/graemlins/grin.gif

nAz
05-25-2007, 01:32 AM
<blockquote><font class="small">Quote pooltchr:</font><hr> <blockquote><font class="small">Quote nAz:</font><hr> Anyways I seriously doubt that HR Clinton could do worse... I'd just like for everyone to give her a chance and not jump on her for every little mistake she may make in her first year or so. <font color="red"> She has already been in power long enough for us to see what she is all about. </font color>

BTW can someone tell me what she has done in her past that would make one think that she will be the a disaster, please i am serious.
<font color="red"> Socailized Medicine comes to the top of my mind.
<font color="black">ya that was a blunder, she tried to help poor and uninsured Americans... i think her heart was in the right place but if she would only have allowed republican led congress to to help write those policies our health care cost might not be as bad as they are now... No way congress was going to let democrats reap the rewards that would come from the many Americans would have benefited from it.</font color> Hiding documents and stating that they didn't exist...only to have them turn up in the private quarters of the white house when she was living there.
<font color="black">That was wrong no doubt about it. question hasn't bush and company done this over the last 6 years? not that he has anything to do with her but I'm curious why is he and the rest not held to these standards? She couldn't even get elected in her home state. <font color="red">Why do you think she moved to New York to run for the Senate? </font color>
<font color="black">because she is smart and knows that NYC was the best way to the White house. Politically savvy i think</font color>.<font color="red"> Even Gayle admitted in a previous post that she believed that Ms Clinton would put her own well being ahead of the well being of the country.</font color>
<font color="black">That is where i do not agree i think she will bring honor and integrity back to the White House</font color> </font color> <hr /></blockquote>

<font color="red"> I think we have all seen enough to know quite well how bad she could be.
Steve </font color> <hr /></blockquote>

I hope if she is elected or anyone else for that matter that they will be given time to adjust and correct all the Fups that this current administration has brought... just like I gave Bush those first 16 months.

DickLeonard
05-25-2007, 06:30 AM
Drop1 who would have voted for Georgie if they thought he was going to be a War Mongering President. Even tho the track record of Texas Presidents should have been a tip-off.####

Gayle in MD
05-25-2007, 09:27 AM
I'd appreciate it if you would stop misquoting me. I said that I didn't think Hillary had the kind of courage that John Murtha had, to take a stand regardless of the political implications. That does not mean that I believe that she would put her own well being in front of what is best for the country, only that she would take the middle line at the outset. On the War, for example, she reserved taking a stand against it until she could judge how Bush would handle it. I saw her position as moderate, where Murtha, threw caution to the wind and spoke out the moment he found out that the Commanders on the ground were being handcuffed by the Bush administration.

Apparently Hillary's constituants love her. I am in the position of being offered so many good candidates from which to make my presidential choice, it's going to be though to decide between them. Republicans, on the other hand, and from what I'm reading, are disgusted by their options. They have nothing going for them. The top three either inherited their money from their wives, or their daddy's. Romney has already been caught in lies about his hunting experiences, and has been whosn as a man who will change his ideology for votes. McCain is emotionally disturbed, and even Republicans don't trust him, but his rich wife will take care of him...isn't that what you righties condemned Kerry for? Any man that would kiss Bush's ass after he treated him the way he did, could never have my respect, and further, I know personally the people at the Senate Office Building who have had to deal with McCain, and he's not stable, and an arrogant SOB.

Guiliani put the communication center in the basement of the WTC, which ultimately caused many to die, who might have been saved, and failed to make sure that Firemen and Police officers could communicate in such an emergency. He has flip flopped, just like romney, on abortion, and his best friend, Bernie, former Chief of Police, was nothing but a crook. Hundreds of people are dying of lung cancer, because Giuliani sent them into the rubble full of toxic gases, told them it was safe, knowing that there was reason to believe the toxins could cause illness to the responders. He's nothing but a big put on, and has made more money off 9/11 than anyone else in the country, other than Bush and Cheney, that is. There's only one guy in the whole bunch who tells the truth, and your party thinks he's crazy, shouldn't be a surprise. The only thing he did od was run all the crooks out of New York City, to up-state New york. Like your boy George, Giuliani has parlayed a few minutes with a megaphone into pseudo heroism. they're all phoney's, and you're stuck with them. McCain, to the fall for bush, eventho he knows damn well what it is to be tortured, ultimately, he caved. Only Gordon Smith and Hagle have won my rewspect, and I gave tyhem due when the demonstrated courage in stnading against this idiot in the White House, and his misguided adventure in Iraq. You couldn't compliment a Democrat if your life depended on it. /ccboard/images/graemlins/smirk.gif

pooltchr
05-25-2007, 05:42 PM
<blockquote><font class="small">Quote Gayle in MD:</font><hr> I'd appreciate it if you would stop misquoting me. I said that I didn't think Hillary had the kind of courage that John Murtha had, to take a stand regardless of the political implications.

<font color="red"> So you are saying she doesn't have the fortitude to stand up for what she believes until she has a chance to determine if it will be detremental to her political career? I would prefer someone who will do what they believe is right and damn the political consequences. She learned well from her husband. Don't do anything until you consult the polls. </font color>


Apparently Hillary's constituants love her. <font color="red"> I'm sure they do. New York ranks right up there with Mass and California for liberal extremists. Her socialist values fit in very well. </font color> I am in the position of being offered so many good candidates from which to make my presidential choice, it's going to be though to decide between them. <font color="red"> I'm sorry, I must have missed something. Which candidates of either party do you find so appealing. I'm still looking for one from either side that doesn't want to give our country away. </font color>

but his rich wife will take care of him...isn't that what you righties condemned Kerry for? <font color="red"> No, we condemned him for his behavior during and after Viet Nam. </font color>

You couldn't compliment a Democrat if your life depended on it. /ccboard/images/graemlins/smirk.gif <font color="red"> Wrong again, my little friend. I believe JFK was one of the best presidents we ever had. Yes, he was a bit liberal for my liking, but he stood up for our country, and didn't really care what anyone thought about it.
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Steve





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Drop1
05-25-2007, 09:22 PM
Never under estimate the intelligence of the American voter. /ccboard/images/graemlins/smirk.gif

Gayle in MD
05-26-2007, 05:45 AM
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So you are saying she doesn't have the fortitude to stand up for what she believes until she has a chance to determine if it will be detremental to her political career? I would prefer someone who will do what they believe is right and damn the political consequences. She learned well from her husband. Don't do anything until you consult the polls.

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I think if she was led completely by polls, she would have come out against this war long ago. And, BTW, Hillary isn't perfect, but she's head and shoulders above George Bush on intellect, and judgement. You righties use Faux News descriptions, calling her a liar because she misplaced documents. I know, you'll say she had them all along, but there is no proof that she lied.

Let me say, I have not made my mind up on my own choice for President, and frankly, campaigning at such an early date, by all contenders, IMO, is a disgrace, since our first priority at this time should be our troops, and the existing illegal occupation of Iraq, and of our own country, but aside from that, there should be no doubt about Hillary Clinton's brilliance, and her work ethic. Ignoring the polls, when you're heading in the wrong direction, and 70% of Americans are against your policies, as Bush has done, is not at all admirable, IMO, and particularly so when he has proven himself to be completely unable to correctly predict the results of his actions, prosecute this war, listen to the warnings of the results which would follow, by all the experts, which he chose to ignore, yet those predictions have all resulted, just as he was told by the experts, that they would.

Anyone who is paying attention, knows that Dick Cheney, George Bush, Paul Wolfowitz, William Kristol, Donald Feith, Tommy Franks, and Donald Rumsfeld, have proven beyond a shadow of a doubt that their ability to make accurate decisions, or predictions of the consequences of their decisions, have proven their complete incompetence. To stubornly ignore the voice of the American public, and the polls which document their wishes, is not a plus at all, IMO. I would much prefer a president who cares about what we Americans think, than an idiot who screws up time and time again, lies about the results of his screw ups, and ignores the reactions and opinions of the people whom he is supposed to represent.

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Wrong again, my little friend. I believe JFK was one of the best presidents we ever had. Yes, he was a bit liberal for my liking, but he stood up for our country, and didn't really care what anyone thought about it.

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I, too, have favorites among Republican Presidents. I thought Eisenhower, was one of our best. In fact, if you could knock off the rude insults you throw at me non stop, we could probably find many things we agree on.

Gayle in Md.