Harry Reid Plays the Race Card!

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    Aug 11, 2010 7:07 PM GMT
    A classic example of racially obsessed dems invoking it whenever they can.

  • solak

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    Aug 11, 2010 7:40 PM GMT
    is this really a surprise though??

    use race-scare tactics to get the Brotha's (et al's) vote.. then forgot about the Brotha (et al) til next election..


    Democrats' Black Doormats:

    http://article.nationalreview.com/267022/the-dems-black-doormats/deroy-murdock
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    Aug 11, 2010 8:22 PM GMT
    solak saidis this really a surprise though??

    use race-scare tactics to get the Brotha's (et al's) vote.. then forgot about the Brotha (et al) til next election..


    Democrats' Black Doormats:

    http://article.nationalreview.com/267022/the-dems-black-doormats/deroy-murdock


    Mock - I wouldn't vote for a party that demonizes me to win elections. I know you would and do, but Reid has a point.

    Solak/CHRISMA - Girl, you are a broken record, posting the same tired, right-wing clap trap on every thread. Find a new song, please.
  • solak

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    Aug 11, 2010 8:32 PM GMT
    what's a chrisma?

    here's another broken record, gurll..

    How do you expect me read anything you write on an intellectual level when you kept bragging about being in the 2nd highest tax bracket and making $65k each between you and your partner?

    I understand slight slip-ups, but gross negligence and reveling in one's ignorance is bit much, no? icon_cool.gif
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    Aug 11, 2010 8:41 PM GMT
    Christian73 saidright-wing clap trap on every thread.


    yes, this right-wing clap trap who publicly shamed social conservatives for their hypocrisy in marital affairs while denouncing gay marriage...

    http://old.nationalreview.com/murdock/murdock200401090854.asp

    same author, who urged these same social conservatives to see Brokeback and understand the significance of Matthew Shepard..

    http://www.indegayforum.org/news/show/27329.html

    get a new CPA yet? icon_cool.gif
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    Aug 11, 2010 8:54 PM GMT
    solak saidwhat's a chrisma?

    here's another broken record, gurll..

    How do you expect me read anything you write on an intellectual level when you kept bragging about being in the 2nd highest tax bracket and making $65k each between you and your partner?

    I understand slight slip-ups, but gross negligence and reveling in one's ignorance is bit much, no? icon_cool.gif


    Just like a right-winger, to take something I said once, based on a chart of taxable income rates, blow it completely out of proportion and then claim that I wouldn't let it go. icon_rolleyes.gif

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    Aug 11, 2010 8:55 PM GMT
    solak said
    Christian73 saidright-wing clap trap on every thread.


    yes, this right-wing clap trap who publicly shamed social conservatives for their hypocrisy in marital affairs while denouncing gay marriage...

    http://old.nationalreview.com/murdock/murdock200401090854.asp

    same author, who urged these same social conservatives to see Brokeback and understand the significance of Matthew Shepard..

    http://www.indegayforum.org/news/show/27329.html

    get a new CPA yet? icon_cool.gif


    Wow. How far back in the archive search did you have to go to find those crusty columns from 6 years ago.
  • solak

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    Aug 11, 2010 9:00 PM GMT
    Christian73 said
    solak said
    Christian73 saidright-wing clap trap on every thread.


    yes, this right-wing clap trap who publicly shamed social conservatives for their hypocrisy in marital affairs while denouncing gay marriage...

    http://old.nationalreview.com/murdock/murdock200401090854.asp

    same author, who urged these same social conservatives to see Brokeback and understand the significance of Matthew Shepard..

    http://www.indegayforum.org/news/show/27329.html

    get a new CPA yet? icon_cool.gif


    Wow. How far back in the archive search did you have to go to find those crusty columns from 6 years ago.


    quite sad and pathetic of you to make light of something as terrible as Matthew Shepard's incident.. expected though. icon_sad.gif

    Yes the incident was in 1998, but it still resonates today. can you seriously get any lower?
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    Aug 11, 2010 9:24 PM GMT
    solak said
    Christian73 said
    solak said
    Christian73 saidright-wing clap trap on every thread.


    yes, this right-wing clap trap who publicly shamed social conservatives for their hypocrisy in marital affairs while denouncing gay marriage...

    http://old.nationalreview.com/murdock/murdock200401090854.asp

    same author, who urged these same social conservatives to see Brokeback and understand the significance of Matthew Shepard..

    http://www.indegayforum.org/news/show/27329.html

    get a new CPA yet? icon_cool.gif


    Wow. How far back in the archive search did you have to go to find those crusty columns from 6 years ago.


    quite sad and pathetic of you to make light of something as terrible as Matthew Shepard's incident.. expected though. icon_sad.gif

    Yes the incident was in 1998, but it still resonates today. can you seriously get any lower?


    Oh dear... that's a strawman argument if I've ever seen. I was making light of YOU, not Matthew Shepard, and your sad attempts to find some support for your ridiculous argument.

    BTW, does bringing up Matthew Shepard's death when we talk about Hate Crimes translate into playing the "gay card."

    I find that 99 times out of 100, those who claim someone else is playing the race card think that minorities are getting uppity.
  • solak

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    Aug 11, 2010 9:35 PM GMT
    Christian73 said
    solak said
    Christian73 said
    solak said
    Christian73 saidright-wing clap trap on every thread.


    yes, this right-wing clap trap who publicly shamed social conservatives for their hypocrisy in marital affairs while denouncing gay marriage...

    http://old.nationalreview.com/murdock/murdock200401090854.asp

    same author, who urged these same social conservatives to see Brokeback and understand the significance of Matthew Shepard..

    http://www.indegayforum.org/news/show/27329.html

    get a new CPA yet? icon_cool.gif


    Wow. How far back in the archive search did you have to go to find those crusty columns from 6 years ago.


    quite sad and pathetic of you to make light of something as terrible as Matthew Shepard's incident.. expected though. icon_sad.gif

    Yes the incident was in 1998, but it still resonates today. can you seriously get any lower?


    Oh dear... that's a strawman argument if I've ever seen. I was making light of YOU, not Matthew Shepard, and your sad attempts to find some support for your ridiculous argument.

    BTW, does bringing up Matthew Shepard's death when we talk about Hate Crimes translate into playing the "gay card."

    I find that 99 times out of 100, those who claim someone else is playing the race card think that minorities are getting uppity.


    expected ad hominem response..

    any amount of twisting and back-peddling from your statement of a "crusty column from 6 years ago" to imply the gruesome incident is any less, just makes you now look desperate...

    then again, why am I even arguing with someone who kept bragging about being in the 2nd highest tax bracket by making $65k each between him and his partner?

    it's like talking to a child, blissful in his own ignorance.
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    Aug 11, 2010 11:14 PM GMT
    solak saidwhat's a chrisma?

    here's another broken record, gurll..

    How do you expect me read anything you write on an intellectual level when you kept bragging about being in the 2nd highest tax bracket and making $65k each between you and your partner?

    I understand slight slip-ups, but gross negligence and reveling in one's ignorance is bit much, no? icon_cool.gif


    Whats a chrisma? I'm Chrisma. I love how they think I'm so right wing. I'm PRO BUSINESS, I SUPPORT TAX CUTS FOR ALL. I go to business functions with mostly Republicans and Tea Party people and they know I'm a Non Believer, they know I was against the Iraq War, they know I'm gay, they know I'm pro choice and support gay marriage and I'm more accepted by them than I am by the gay community.
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    Aug 12, 2010 2:33 AM GMT
    CHRISMA said
    solak saidwhat's a chrisma?

    here's another broken record, gurll..

    How do you expect me read anything you write on an intellectual level when you kept bragging about being in the 2nd highest tax bracket and making $65k each between you and your partner?

    I understand slight slip-ups, but gross negligence and reveling in one's ignorance is bit much, no? icon_cool.gif


    Whats a chrisma? I'm Chrisma. I love how they think I'm so right wing. I'm PRO BUSINESS, I SUPPORT TAX CUTS FOR ALL. I go to business functions with mostly Republicans and Tea Party people and they know I'm a Non Believer, they know I was against the Iraq War, they know I'm gay, they know I'm pro choice and support gay marriage and I'm more accepted by them than I am by the gay community.


    Yes. But is your alter-ego also a tea partier?
  • Webster666

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    Aug 12, 2010 2:57 AM GMT
    Republicans LOVE to whine that Democrats are using the race card, probably because it's the only defense the Republicans have against their racism.

    A perfect example is Meg Whitman, a Republican who is running for governor of California. During the Republican primary, she was screaming against Mexican immigration. Then, as soon as she got (bought) the Republican nomination, she started putting up billboards with PRO Mexican immigration messages, written in Spanish.
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    Aug 12, 2010 3:37 AM GMT
    solak said
    Christian73 said
    solak said
    Christian73 said
    solak said
    Christian73 saidright-wing clap trap on every thread.


    yes, this right-wing clap trap who publicly shamed social conservatives for their hypocrisy in marital affairs while denouncing gay marriage...

    http://old.nationalreview.com/murdock/murdock200401090854.asp

    same author, who urged these same social conservatives to see Brokeback and understand the significance of Matthew Shepard..

    http://www.indegayforum.org/news/show/27329.html

    get a new CPA yet? icon_cool.gif


    Wow. How far back in the archive search did you have to go to find those crusty columns from 6 years ago.


    quite sad and pathetic of you to make light of something as terrible as Matthew Shepard's incident.. expected though. icon_sad.gif

    Yes the incident was in 1998, but it still resonates today. can you seriously get any lower?


    Oh dear... that's a strawman argument if I've ever seen. I was making light of YOU, not Matthew Shepard, and your sad attempts to find some support for your ridiculous argument.

    BTW, does bringing up Matthew Shepard's death when we talk about Hate Crimes translate into playing the "gay card."

    I find that 99 times out of 100, those who claim someone else is playing the race card think that minorities are getting uppity.


    expected ad hominem response..

    any amount of twisting and back-peddling from your statement of a "crusty column from 6 years ago" to imply the gruesome incident is any less, just makes you now look desperate...

    then again, why am I even arguing with someone who kept bragging about being in the 2nd highest tax bracket by making $65k each between him and his partner?

    it's like talking to a child, blissful in his own ignorance.



    $65k a year between two people comes to $32,500 a piece. If someone is fresh out of college and making that, then thats worth bragging about. I was making $38,000/year while I was in graduate school and felt like I was in poverty, but was happy that I had a job in a competitive business world and was pursuing a higher education.
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    Aug 12, 2010 5:41 AM GMT
    The obsession seems to be with republican echo chamber saying that racism doesn't exist, and that talking about it is simply a political move. We've seen in in these forums with a white man taunting a black man with accusations that he was, basically, making up his experiences with racism.

    Of all the hateful things that republicans do, this one is one of the most offensive.

    You can't make a problem go away by denying it exists.

    It's like telling the utility company that you don't owe them money and then refusing to pay your bill.

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    Aug 12, 2010 5:49 AM GMT
    gregography saidThe obsession seems to be with republican echo chamber saying that racism doesn't exist, and that talking about it is simply a political move. We've seen in in these forums with a white man taunting a black man with accusations that he was, basically, making up his experiences with racism.

    Of all the hateful things that republicans do, this one is one of the most offensive.

    You can't make a problem go away by denying it exists.

    It's like telling the utility company that you don't owe them money and then refusing to pay your bill.



    If I were to owe a company money and didn't have the money then I would cut costs elsewhere to pay for it, just like I will be cutting costs to pay the government more in taxes if the tax cuts expire. CUT COSTS. CUT GOVERNMENT SPENDING. CUT TAXES AND GET MORE REVENUE. CUT TAXES SO COMPANIES CAN HAVE THE MONEY TO PUT PEOPLE TO WORK. CUT TAXES SO COMPANIES CAN BUY MORE PLANT ASSETS. Its simple, Its simple. Now I have to get some sleep as I have a business to run, so I can help pay for the failed social programs that all of you liberals love so much.
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    Aug 12, 2010 5:54 AM GMT
    mocktwinkie saidA classic example of racially obsessed dems invoking it whenever they can.




    It's Fox "News" that's been playing the race card with their Black Panthers, Shirley Sherrod, Acorn, Rev. Wright ravings.
    Any story or unproven allegation they could dredge up and distort into something they could use to scare white people into being afraid of the scary black man in the White House, the Fox spinners have run with.

    Glenn Beck said that Obama hates white people, and you claim it's the Democrats who are playing the race card?

  • GQjock

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    Aug 12, 2010 10:03 AM GMT
    That 8 second sound bite is ABSOLUTELY true

    For what ungodly reason would any hispanic vote republican? when they
    ................ just like with gays in this country use us as scapegoats for their lies and propaganda

    Sharon Engle will not take calls
    will not meet with or send press releases to ANY Hispanic media outlets that want to cover her campaign
    The AZ Law specifically will focus on Hispanics when it's implemented
    So you wanna espouse the FOX Media line that Reid is playing the race card?
    So Be IT
    ..... but you know as well as I know he is speaking the absolute truth
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    Aug 12, 2010 4:03 PM GMT
    GQjock said..... just like with gays in this country use us as scapegoats for their lies and propaganda


    ill assume you're lucky enough that no one wants to marry you, in this current Administration..

    oh how they played our rainbow strings like a harp to get our votes and taxes that pay their salaries/pensions in the interim while they decide if we really aren't 2nd class citizens..

    they'll probably take their time, because hey us homos are used to waiting for their decision.. in the interim, taxes aren't optional - they gotta fund those pensions while the "hope" rant still has us wet..
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    Aug 12, 2010 6:04 PM GMT
    CHRISMA said
    gregography saidThe obsession seems to be with republican echo chamber saying that racism doesn't exist, and that talking about it is simply a political move. We've seen in in these forums with a white man taunting a black man with accusations that he was, basically, making up his experiences with racism.

    Of all the hateful things that republicans do, this one is one of the most offensive.

    You can't make a problem go away by denying it exists.

    It's like telling the utility company that you don't owe them money and then refusing to pay your bill.



    If I were to owe a company money and didn't have the money .....


    Oh honey. Really. It was an analogy.
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    Aug 12, 2010 11:46 PM GMT
    solak said
    GQjock said..... just like with gays in this country use us as scapegoats for their lies and propaganda


    ill assume you're lucky enough that no one wants to marry you, in this current Administration..

    oh how they played our rainbow strings like a harp to get our votes and taxes that pay their salaries/pensions in the interim while they decide if we really aren't 2nd class citizens..

    they'll probably take their time, because hey us homos are used to waiting for their decision.. in the interim, taxes aren't optional - they gotta fund those pensions while the "hope" rant still has us wet..


    Marry me? We're talkin apples and you're drinking Tropicana in this apples and oranges debate
    Yeah the Obama admin is taking their sweet time when it comes to gay agendas
    but they are NO WHERE near as bad how the republicans who use us as their politcal punching bags day in and day out

  • solak

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    Aug 13, 2010 12:07 AM GMT
    GQjock saidWe're talkin apples and you're drinking Tropicana in this apples and oranges debate
    Yeah the Obama admin is taking their sweet time when it comes to gay agendas


    yep, to this Administration, we're just a buncha' fruits icon_lol.gif
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    Aug 13, 2010 3:41 AM GMT
    The GOP Earthquake is coming this fall. The Dems have probably already lost the House, and the Senate is looking winnable. This year is set to be the best year the GOP has ever had in Gubernatorial Races. In fact the GOP might have as many as 35 statehouses after November.
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    CHRISMA saidThe GOP Earthquake is coming this fall. The Dems have probably already lost the House, and the Senate is looking winnable. This year is set to be the best year the GOP has ever had in Gubernatorial Races. In fact the GOP might have as many as 35 statehouses after November.

    Things are looking good. The polls for this Administration are going south big time. As soon as people see their health insurance premiums, the s--- will really hit the fan. That said, we cannot be complacent. We have to insist that good proposals are put forth.
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    Aug 13, 2010 4:01 AM GMT
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    CHRISMA saidThe GOP Earthquake is coming this fall. The Dems have probably already lost the House, and the Senate is looking winnable. This year is set to be the best year the GOP has ever had in Gubernatorial Races. In fact the GOP might have as many as 35 statehouses after November.

    The approval rating of Republicans has dropped to the lowest point ever (24%) and is fully 12 points below that of Democrats. When you take the South of the equation, the Democrats are favored in every other region.

    But gloat all you like. I don't think you'll be gloating in November.



    I will be gloating, because the GOP is gonna win big. And I will also be gloating at the huge increase in the stock market the day after election night. Its gonna be AWESOME!!

    Lets look at Senate Seats. Republicans are for sure getting DE, ND, IN and Arkansas. They look favored in Illinois, Pennsylvania, Colorado and Nevada. Boxer, Murray and Feingold are hanging by a thread.

    The GOP is taking most of the Governorships, so lets look at the few the Dems are favored in. The Dems will keep CO, NH, AR, probably MA and pickup Hawaii and Connecticut. They might pickup CA and MN. Other than that it doesn't look good for the Dems.