Senator Boxer worked so hard

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    Oct 28, 2010 3:38 AM GMT
    Hey - this partisan, but it really is funny. At least I think so.

    CAUTION - If you can't imagine ever being able to laugh at anything negative towards a Democrat, suggest you just skip this thread.

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    Oct 28, 2010 2:56 PM GMT
    LOL! I love it! it was hilarious
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    Oct 28, 2010 4:52 PM GMT
    southbeach1500 saidThe Democrats / liberals / socialists on here will not find that funny.

    Just a hunch....

    Maybe I'll add a warning message to the OP. icon_biggrin.gif
  • aiko14

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    Oct 28, 2010 6:15 PM GMT
    this is soooo funny LOL
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    Oct 30, 2010 12:09 AM GMT
    mocktwinkie saidLOL! I love it! it was hilarious

    Hey, your video thread was also funny.
  • Webster666

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    Oct 30, 2010 4:28 AM GMT
    Don't worry. We're laughin' all the way to Washington, D.C., and we're planning Barbara "call me Senator" Boxer's swearing in ceremony, in January.
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    Oct 30, 2010 3:52 PM GMT
    Webster666 saidDon't worry. We're laughin' all the way to Washington, D.C., and we're planning Barbara "call me Senator" Boxer's swearing in ceremony, in January.

    The race is tightening, but she is currently the likely winner. That should be satisfying to those who favor every spending and every entitlement bill that comes along. But as far as being all that happy if she is reelected, consider the lack of endorsement from the very liberal San Francisco Chronicle.

    http://articles.sfgate.com/2010-09-26/opinion/24098200_1_climate-change-republican-carly-fiorina-health-care
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    Oct 30, 2010 3:59 PM GMT
    Hmmmm.....they recommend no one....the biggest complaint seems to be she's lackluster and boring.

    "It is extremely rare that this editorial page would offer no recommendation on any race, particularly one of this importance. This is one necessary exception."

    -Doug
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    meninlove said Hmmmm.....they recommend no one....the biggest complaint seems to be she's lackluster and boring.

    "It is extremely rare that this editorial page would offer no recommendation on any race, particularly one of this importance. This is one necessary exception."

    -Doug

    I don't think that's the biggest complaint. This is more of what I read the gist of their position to be:

    They deserve a senator who is accessible, effective and willing and able to reach across party lines to achieve progress on the great issues of our times. Boxer falls short on those counts.

    Boxer's campaign, playing to resentment over Fiorina's wealth, is not only an example of the personalized pettiness that has infected too much of modern politics, it is also a clear sign of desperation.


    They were clearly disappointed in not being able to make an endorsement. If their objections to Boxer were just style and not substance, they would have made an enthusiastic endorsement IMO.
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    Oct 30, 2010 7:00 PM GMT
    I love that, finally someone to take that Female dog down a peg. Why is it that I can't stand any of the California Senators?

    ...oh yea I am a republican, and there policies are grounds for the rubber room.
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    Oct 30, 2010 8:31 PM GMT
    rndale saidI love that, finally someone to take that Female dog down a peg. Why is it that I can't stand any of the California Senators?

    ...oh yea I am a republican, and there policies are grounds for the rubber room.





    I have two words for you:

    Dick Cheney
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    Webster666 said
    rndale saidI love that, finally someone to take that Female dog down a peg. Why is it that I can't stand any of the California Senators?

    ...oh yea I am a republican, and there policies are grounds for the rubber room.

    I have two words for you:

    Dick Cheney

    Irrelevant. The Democrats have tried to keep the attention away from their actions and misdeeds over the past couple of years by trying to keep alive the past, among other tactics, such as characterizing the tea party members as extreme and making various personal attacks. Based on poll numbers, all this has not worked in most cases. Independents do not consider the Republicans of today associated with the past. Unfortunately for the Democrats the following names are not on the ballot:
    George W. Bush
    Dick Cheney
    Donald Rumsfeld
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    Oct 31, 2010 12:26 AM GMT
    Webster666 saidDon't worry. We're laughin' all the way to Washington, D.C., and we're planning Barbara "call me Senator" Boxer's swearing in ceremony, in January.


    So would vote for her again if I lived in SF...but I live in the Social Liberal Commie state of low tax and equaility of MA and NE.
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    Nov 01, 2010 7:55 PM GMT
    Barbara Boxer has done NOTHING the entire 18 years she has been in the senate. Its really ashame that is she is probably going to be reelected tomorrow. Its people like her who have caused people to move out of California in droves.
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    Nov 02, 2010 3:53 PM GMT
    socalfitness saidHey - this partisan, but it really is funny. At least I think so.

    CAUTION - If you can't imagine ever being able to laugh at anything negative towards a Democrat, suggest you just skip this thread.





    That was awesome. Barbara Boxer needs to go. Sadly, she'll probably be re-elected.
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    CHRIS6464 saidBarbara Boxer has done NOTHING the entire 18 years she has been in the senate. Its really ashame that is she is probably going to be reelected tomorrow. Its people like her who have caused people to move out of California in droves.


    I know a lot of those people too! They are moving to idaho.
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    CHRIS6464 saidBarbara Boxer has done NOTHING the entire 18 years she has been in the senate. Its really ashame that is she is probably going to be reelected tomorrow. Its people like her who have caused people to move out of California in droves.


    I know a lot of those people too! They are moving to idaho.


    Ah, yes...land of Larry Craig!
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    mocktwinkie said
    CHRIS6464 saidBarbara Boxer has done NOTHING the entire 18 years she has been in the senate. Its really ashame that is she is probably going to be reelected tomorrow. Its people like her who have caused people to move out of California in droves.


    I know a lot of those people too! They are moving to idaho.


    Ah, yes...land of Larry Craig!


    Can you really blame them though? I mean California is one of the best examples of chronically democrat-run state that's been systematically destroyed and indebted. And whenever a republican does manage to get in there they are a RINO when it comes to spending anyway.
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    mocktwinkie said
    CHRIS6464 saidBarbara Boxer has done NOTHING the entire 18 years she has been in the senate. Its really ashame that is she is probably going to be reelected tomorrow. Its people like her who have caused people to move out of California in droves.


    I know a lot of those people too! They are moving to idaho.


    Ah, yes...land of Larry Craig!


    Larry Craig might be a pervert and he is gone, but I will say one thing for him at least he never raised taxes on busineses and hard working Americans.
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    mocktwinkie said
    OtterJoq said
    mocktwinkie said
    CHRIS6464 saidBarbara Boxer has done NOTHING the entire 18 years she has been in the senate. Its really ashame that is she is probably going to be reelected tomorrow. Its people like her who have caused people to move out of California in droves.


    I know a lot of those people too! They are moving to idaho.


    Ah, yes...land of Larry Craig!


    Can you really blame them though? I mean California is one of the best examples of chronically democrat-run state that's been systematically destroyed and indebted. And whenever a republican does manage to get in there they are a RINO when it comes to spending anyway.


    The Obama Administration wants to look to California, New York, Michigan, Illinois, Rhode Island and other bankrupted blue states with liberals in charge as models to how the country should be managed.
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    Nov 02, 2010 7:11 PM GMT
    CHRIS6464 said
    mocktwinkie said
    OtterJoq said
    mocktwinkie said
    CHRIS6464 saidBarbara Boxer has done NOTHING the entire 18 years she has been in the senate. Its really ashame that is she is probably going to be reelected tomorrow. Its people like her who have caused people to move out of California in droves.


    I know a lot of those people too! They are moving to idaho.


    Ah, yes...land of Larry Craig!


    Can you really blame them though? I mean California is one of the best examples of chronically democrat-run state that's been systematically destroyed and indebted. And whenever a republican does manage to get in there they are a RINO when it comes to spending anyway.


    The Obama Administration wants to look to California, New York, Michigan, Illinois, Rhode Island and other bankrupted blue states with liberals in charge as models to how the country should be managed.


    How do democrats justify this consistency?
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    Nov 02, 2010 8:31 PM GMT
    mocktwinkie said
    CHRIS6464 said
    mocktwinkie said
    OtterJoq said
    mocktwinkie said
    CHRIS6464 saidBarbara Boxer has done NOTHING the entire 18 years she has been in the senate. Its really ashame that is she is probably going to be reelected tomorrow. Its people like her who have caused people to move out of California in droves.


    I know a lot of those people too! They are moving to idaho.


    Ah, yes...land of Larry Craig!


    Can you really blame them though? I mean California is one of the best examples of chronically democrat-run state that's been systematically destroyed and indebted. And whenever a republican does manage to get in there they are a RINO when it comes to spending anyway.


    The Obama Administration wants to look to California, New York, Michigan, Illinois, Rhode Island and other bankrupted blue states with liberals in charge as models to how the country should be managed.


    How do democrats justify this consistency?

    The liberal leaders are in it for their own power. They don't need to justify anything as long as they can throw out bones and promises to their loyal sheep.
  • Webster666

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    Nov 03, 2010 3:59 AM GMT
    CONGRATULATIONS, BARBARA BOXER.
    YOU CAN STILL CALL HER, " SENATOR ! "

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    Webster666 saidCONGRATULATIONS, BARBARA BOXER.
    YOU CAN STILL CALL HER, " SENATOR ! "

    We expected that. But things for Republicans look very good. It is actually best for 2012 that the Democrats control the Senate.

    But for the guys who live on welfare checks, prepare to have to go back to work. icon_biggrin.gif
  • Webster666

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    Nov 03, 2010 4:28 AM GMT
    Liar.