The majority of American people:

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    Jan 15, 2011 6:49 AM GMT
    do not associate conservative rhetoric with what happend in Arizona, there's a Quinnipiac poll out that shows a majority of Americans (may one say and not just Americans) don't think that; but 54% of Americans think the worst of the political rhetoric comes from the left, comes from the Democrats.
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    Jan 15, 2011 6:50 AM GMT
    OMG has America been reading the forums at RJ? Because...... if they had, they would of found this!!!
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    Jan 15, 2011 2:16 PM GMT
    True_blue_aussie saidOMG has America been reading the forums at RJ? Because...... if they had, they would of found this!!!


    Did you mean "would HAVE found this?"

    Antabuse can work miracles, Pattison. Check it out.
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    Jan 15, 2011 8:03 PM GMT
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    True_blue_aussie saidOMG has America been reading the forums at RJ? Because...... if they had, they would of found this!!!


    Did you mean "would HAVE found this?"

    Antabuse can work miracles, Pattison. Check it out.


    No I meant what I said, I did in fact use have, but I put of back. You see I live by my rules. I also have the balls to stand on my own too. But one would of been disappointed if you did not at least did not show up to have ago because you are so aggro.

    But hay you also had no words to dispel the truth of my words either. That Americans think the worst political rhetoric comes from the left, the democrats and you are living proof of that.
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    True_blue_aussie said
    OtterJoq said
    True_blue_aussie saidOMG has America been reading the forums at RJ? Because...... if they had, they would of found this!!!


    Did you mean "would HAVE found this?"

    Antabuse can work miracles, Pattison. Check it out.


    No I meant what I said, I did in fact use have, but I put of back. You see I live by my rules. I also have the balls to stand on my own too. But one would of been disappointed if you did not at least did not show up to have ago because you are so aggro.

    But hay you also had no words to dispel the truth of my words either. That Americans think the worst political rhetoric comes from the left, the democrats and you are living proof of that.


    So..."substandard linguistic skills" = "balls" in your world?

    Wow. Delirium really has set in, hasn't it? There IS help for you AA has groups in Oz.
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    Jan 15, 2011 9:28 PM GMT
    True_blue_aussie saiddo not associate conservative rhetoric with what happend in Arizona, there's a Quinnipiac poll out that shows a majority of Americans (may one say and not just Americans) don't think that; but 54% of Americans think the worst of the political rhetoric comes from the left, comes from the Democrats.


    Since he is too stupid to provide a link to support his claim, I will have to do it. Here is the link to the very poll he is talking about. You will notice he has it wrong. There is no majority of Americans, but instead 36% the rhetoric comes from liberals and 32% from conservatives. He just pulled that 54% number out his ass. This is question 45 in the poll.

    http://www.quinnipiac.edu/x1295.xml?ReleaseID=1548

    While that poll found more people thought there was too much rhetoric from Democrats than Republicans, a Gallup poll found slightly more people thought it came from Republicans. 53% thought Republicans had gone too far, 51% thought Democrats had gone too far and 49% thought the Tea Party had gone too far.

    http://www.gallup.com/poll/145556/Doubt-Political-Rhetoric-Major-Factor-Ariz-Shootings.aspx

    In both polls, the conclusion was that the numbers are close and that Americans give blame to both sides.

    Are you really that ignorant that you don't think someone can check your claims, Patti?
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    Jan 15, 2011 9:40 PM GMT
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    True_blue_aussie saiddo not associate conservative rhetoric with what happend in Arizona, there's a Quinnipiac poll out that shows a majority of Americans (may one say and not just Americans) don't think that; but 54% of Americans think the worst of the political rhetoric comes from the left, comes from the Democrats.


    Since he is too stupid to provide a link to support his claim, I will have to do it. Here is the link to the very poll he is talking about. You will notice he has it wrong. There is no majority of Americans, but instead 36% the rhetoric comes from liberals and 32% from conservatives. He just pulled that 54% number out his ass. This is question 45 in the poll.

    http://www.quinnipiac.edu/x1295.xml?ReleaseID=1548

    While that poll found more people thought there was too much rhetoric from Democrats than Republicans, a Gallup poll found slightly more people thought it came from Republicans. 53% thought Republicans had gone too far, 51% thought Democrats had gone too far and 49% thought the Tea Party had gone too far.

    http://www.gallup.com/poll/145556/Doubt-Political-Rhetoric-Major-Factor-Ariz-Shootings.aspx

    In both polls, the conclusion was that the numbers are close and that Americans give blame to both sides.

    Are you really that ignorant that you don't think someone can check your claims, Patti?


    This happens, Heartrobb. When Pattison claimed he'd never said 'Obama, the hidden muslim', ActiveAndFit went back through the topics, took a picture of the RJ screen with Pattison's post saying exactly that, and posted it.

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    meninlove said This happens, Heartrobb. When Pattison claimed he'd never said 'Obama, the hidden muslim', ActiveAndFit went back through the topics, took a picture of the RJ screen with Pattison's post saying exactly that, and posted it.



    Yeah, I don't know why I would expect anything less from Pattison. It is the second time he has made a thread where he made a claim in his OP that I researched and found was false. Funny thing is that both times I went to the actual source he cited (but did not provide a link) to show his claim was not true.
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    Vodka.
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    Jan 16, 2011 12:08 AM GMT
    OtterJoq saidVodka.


    tired old accusation of radical liberalism. When there arguments fail they go to personal attacks.

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    I understood what he said.

    even on jan11 amidst alot of news garbage and unprofesional / untrue commentary from the local police chief 57% of CNN poll didnt believe it.

    http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2011/01/11/poll-charged-speech-not-to-blame-for-arizona-attacks/

    http://www.quinnipiac.edu/x1295.xml?ReleaseID=1548

    Americans seem to be rejecting the blame game for the Arizona shooting. By far, the largest number thinks this tragedy could not have been prevented," said Peter A. Brown, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute. "Although a bare majority of voters say political rhetoric might drive unstable people to violence, less than one in seven blame it for the Arizona incident.
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    OtterJoq saidVodka.


    tired old accusation of radical liberalism. When there arguments fail they go to personal attacks.

    Grammar/ spelling check.icon_wink.gif

    I understood what he said.

    even on jan11 amidst alot of news garbage and unprofesional / untrue commentary from the local police chief 57% of CNN poll didnt believe it.

    http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2011/01/11/poll-charged-speech-not-to-blame-for-arizona-attacks/

    http://www.quinnipiac.edu/x1295.xml?ReleaseID=1548

    Americans seem to be rejecting the blame game for the Arizona shooting. By far, the largest number thinks this tragedy could not have been prevented," said Peter A. Brown, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute. "Although a bare majority of voters say political rhetoric might drive unstable people to violence, less than one in seven blame it for the Arizona incident.




    Why are you still beating this dead horse ??? I know a lot of liberals and none of them blame "palin", she was'nt to blame for that idiot pulling the trigger. May I suggest again that we are adults (we being our media, politicians, tbaggers, republicans and Democrats) Grow up, references to guns, violent suggestive rhetoric aren't necessary in our public discourse, its as simple as that.

    So get over your need to defend, just be an adult and use caution if speaking in public, there are children listening and learning what is acceptable and not acceptable, they are forming lifetime views of the world around them and 'WORDS HAVE CONSEQUENCES" So again lets all curb speach in public we don't want our society to act out on.
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    musclmed said
    OtterJoq saidVodka.

    tired old accusation of radical liberalism. When there arguments fail they go to personal attacks.

    Grammar/ spelling check.icon_wink.gif

    I understood what he said.

    even on jan11 amidst alot of news garbage and unprofesional / untrue commentary from the local police chief 57% of CNN poll didnt believe it.

    http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2011/01/11/poll-charged-speech-not-to-blame-for-arizona-attacks/

    http://www.quinnipiac.edu/x1295.xml?ReleaseID=1548

    Americans seem to be rejecting the blame game for the Arizona shooting. By far, the largest number thinks this tragedy could not have been prevented," said Peter A. Brown, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute. "Although a bare majority of voters say political rhetoric might drive unstable people to violence, less than one in seven blame it for the Arizona incident.

    Why are you still beating this dead horse ??? I know a lot of liberals and none of them blame "palin" for instance what to blame for that idiot pulling the trigger. May I suggest again that we are adults (we being our media, politicians, tbaggers, republicans and Democrats) Grow up, references to guns, violent suggestive rhetoric aren't necessary in our public discourse, its as simple as that.

    So get over your need to defend, just be an adult and use caution if speaking in public, there are children listening and learning what is acceptable and not acceptable, they are forming lifetime views of the world around them and 'WORDS HAVE CONSEQUENCES" So again lets all curb speach in public we don't want our society to act out on.

    You have one hell of a nerve to tell musclmed to be an adult and refer to offensive rhetoric. You love using the terms "Tbagger" and "Teabagger". Even though it was first used by a few members themselves, and Obama initially used the term, most people realize it is a coarse, profane term. Many liberal RJ members do not use this term. Those who continue to use the term, and enthusiastically as you, really speak volumes about yourselves. That is one of the reasons I generally ignore your posts. So you act like an adult and clean up your language,
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    musclmed said
    OtterJoq saidVodka.


    tired old accusation of radical liberalism. When there arguments fail they go to personal attacks.

    Grammar/ spelling check.icon_wink.gif

    I understood what he said.

    even on jan11 amidst alot of news garbage and unprofesional / untrue commentary from the local police chief 57% of CNN poll didnt believe it.

    http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2011/01/11/poll-charged-speech-not-to-blame-for-arizona-attacks/

    http://www.quinnipiac.edu/x1295.xml?ReleaseID=1548

    Americans seem to be rejecting the blame game for the Arizona shooting. By far, the largest number thinks this tragedy could not have been prevented," said Peter A. Brown, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute. "Although a bare majority of voters say political rhetoric might drive unstable people to violence, less than one in seven blame it for the Arizona incident.




    Why are you still beating this dead horse ??? I know a lot of liberals and none of them blame "palin" for instance what to blame for that idiot pulling the trigger. May I suggest again that we are adults (we being our media, politicians, tbaggers, republicans and Democrats) Grow up, references to guns, violent suggestive rhetoric aren't necessary in our public discourse, its as simple as that.

    So get over your need to defend, just be an adult and use caution if speaking in public, there are children listening and learning what is acceptable and not acceptable, they are forming lifetime views of the world around them and 'WORDS HAVE CONSEQUENCES" So again lets all curb speach in public we don't want our society to act out on.



    Well DAD, reread the thread. Someone posted a topic, others instead of talking about the thread, I put it back on topic.

    And meanwhile, the only answers in the thread were personal attacks.



    Its not a DEAD horse. Im glad you know alot of liberals.

    And since your in dad mode, why dont you talk to the other posters about commenting on VODKA and making snide comments like 3 year old girls, since your in the mood.

    The only horse I see is your high horse that seems to pick and choose who to criticize.
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    OtterJoq saidVodka.


    tired old accusation of radical liberalism. When there arguments fail they go to personal attacks.

    Grammar/ spelling check.icon_wink.gif

    I understood what he said.

    even on jan11 amidst alot of news garbage and unprofesional / untrue commentary from the local police chief 57% of CNN poll didnt believe it.

    http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2011/01/11/poll-charged-speech-not-to-blame-for-arizona-attacks/

    http://www.quinnipiac.edu/x1295.xml?ReleaseID=1548

    Americans seem to be rejecting the blame game for the Arizona shooting. By far, the largest number thinks this tragedy could not have been prevented," said Peter A. Brown, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute. "Although a bare majority of voters say political rhetoric might drive unstable people to violence, less than one in seven blame it for the Arizona incident.


    Seriously?

    Wow.

    That's hilarious.
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    realifedad said
    musclmed said
    OtterJoq saidVodka.

    tired old accusation of radical liberalism. When there arguments fail they go to personal attacks.

    Grammar/ spelling check.icon_wink.gif

    I understood what he said.

    even on jan11 amidst alot of news garbage and unprofesional / untrue commentary from the local police chief 57% of CNN poll didnt believe it.

    http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2011/01/11/poll-charged-speech-not-to-blame-for-arizona-attacks/

    http://www.quinnipiac.edu/x1295.xml?ReleaseID=1548

    Americans seem to be rejecting the blame game for the Arizona shooting. By far, the largest number thinks this tragedy could not have been prevented," said Peter A. Brown, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute. "Although a bare majority of voters say political rhetoric might drive unstable people to violence, less than one in seven blame it for the Arizona incident.

    Why are you still beating this dead horse ??? I know a lot of liberals and none of them blame "palin" for instance what to blame for that idiot pulling the trigger. May I suggest again that we are adults (we being our media, politicians, tbaggers, republicans and Democrats) Grow up, references to guns, violent suggestive rhetoric aren't necessary in our public discourse, its as simple as that.

    So get over your need to defend, just be an adult and use caution if speaking in public, there are children listening and learning what is acceptable and not acceptable, they are forming lifetime views of the world around them and 'WORDS HAVE CONSEQUENCES" So again lets all curb speach in public we don't want our society to act out on.

    You have one hell of a nerve to tell musclmed to be an adult and refer to offensive rhetoric. You love using the terms "Tbagger" and "Teabagger". Even though it was first used by a few members themselves, and Obama initially used the term, most people realize it is a coarse, profane term. Many liberal RJ members do not use this term. Those who continue to use the term, and enthusiastically as you, really speak volumes about yourselves. That is one of the reasons I generally ignore your posts. So you act like an adult and clean up your language,



    Get over the Tbagger thing for christ's sake, we're talking about use of rhetoric suggestive of using guns to kill people with, your suddenly awfully sensitive about the Tbagger word which doesn't nearly equate with dangerous rhetoric. Tbagger and TeaParty is about the same thing and Tbagger isn't a racist statement, its not calling anyone lazy and worthless, its not threatening anyone like the gun Rhetoric, its not any different than calling me a Liberal as far as that goes, and actually I'm glad I am liberal, that means I'm a "live and let liver" LOL, so while your calling me a liberal don't be offended when I use Tbagger. so yes be an adult and don't be so sensitive, especially where it doesn't match up with other things your defending.