Kansas State representative suggests Shooting Illegal Immigrants

  • GQjock

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    Mar 16, 2011 11:11 AM GMT
    Let's see ........
    Is he a republican? Go' head Guess icon_rolleyes.gif

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    Mar 16, 2011 2:27 PM GMT
    GQjock saidLet's see ........
    Is he a republican? Go' head Guess icon_rolleyes.gif

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    Yup.. he sure is.......... shuckie darn!
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    Mar 16, 2011 2:35 PM GMT
    from planes?

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    Mar 16, 2011 2:50 PM GMT
    Damn these people are sure trying hard to jump on far the right "trend" wagon for voter attention, they seem desperate to outdo previous outlandish statements. Maybe its the Limbaugh/Beck affect !!
    I may be proven wrong, but in a way I hope these types keep it up, then just like Palin and Bachman their star power will fade of their own doing. I also think that the majority find all of the above's tactics despicable and will lead to the political pendulum swinging back toward the democrats who don't have these tendencies of bigotry.
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    Mar 16, 2011 2:59 PM GMT
    Just another Republican wingnut. And when you vote for any Republican, you vote for guys who think like this, because they all vote together as a block, and empower each other.
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    Mar 16, 2011 3:08 PM GMT
    Art_Deco saidJust another Republican wingnut. And when you vote for any Republican, you vote for guys who think like this, because they all vote together as a block, and empower each other.



    Yet another generalization from the Wilton Manors contingent icon_rolleyes.gif There are nutjobs on both sides of the aisle. This is not unique to Republicans. In a "Perfect World" all members of a party would be perfect individuals who support all things dear to our hearts and vote the way we would like. But, of course, that is simply not realistic.
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    CuriousJockAZ said
    Art_Deco saidJust another Republican wingnut. And when you vote for any Republican, you vote for guys who think like this, because they all vote together as a block, and empower each other.



    Yet another generalization from the Wilton Manors contingent icon_rolleyes.gif There are nutjobs on both sides of the aisle. This is not unique to Republicans. In a "Perfect World" all members of a party would be perfect individuals who support all things dear to our hearts and vote the way we would like. But, of course, that is simply not realistic.
    Why cant you just call the nutjob a nutjob and be done with it? I did notice that you apparently didnt call this Virgil guy out..
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    CuriousJockAZ said
    Art_Deco saidJust another Republican wingnut. And when you vote for any Republican, you vote for guys who think like this, because they all vote together as a block, and empower each other.



    Yet another generalization from the Wilton Manors contingent icon_rolleyes.gif There are nutjobs on both sides of the aisle. This is not unique to Republicans. In a "Perfect World" all members of a party would be perfect individuals who support all things dear to our hearts and vote the way we would like. But, of course, that is simply not realistic.

    Hey CJAZ - except for just making this response, I've decided to ignore these BS threads trying to make everything bad is Republican, and other BS baiting threads. Also started not paying any attention to the ones here who do nothing but rant. Why contribute? Let them just have big circle jerks among themselves.
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    socalfitness said
    CuriousJockAZ said
    Art_Deco saidJust another Republican wingnut. And when you vote for any Republican, you vote for guys who think like this, because they all vote together as a block, and empower each other.



    Yet another generalization from the Wilton Manors contingent icon_rolleyes.gif There are nutjobs on both sides of the aisle. This is not unique to Republicans. In a "Perfect World" all members of a party would be perfect individuals who support all things dear to our hearts and vote the way we would like. But, of course, that is simply not realistic.

    Hey CJAZ - except for just making this response, I've decided to ignore these BS threads trying to make everything bad is Republican, and other BS baiting threads. Also started not paying any attention to the ones here who do nothing but rant. Why contribute? Let them just have big circle jerks among themselves.


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    This coming from you with all your bating topics about Dems is quit a bit "pot calling the kettle black", ignoring can go both ways 'methinks' !!
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    Mar 16, 2011 3:25 PM GMT
    QUOTE AUTHOR GOES HEREThere are nutjobs on both sides of the aisle. This is not unique to Republicans. In a "Perfect World" all members of a party would be perfect individuals who support all things dear to our hearts and vote the way we would like. But, of course, that is simply not realistic.


    It's certainly true that there are nut jobs on both sides. But as an ex-Republican, I have to say that the nut jobs on the right tend to be a hell of a lot more prone to violent rhetoric, banning things, an general control. Left-wing wing nuts usually err on the side of generosity of intent.

    I have to agree with Art Deco to the extent (and probably more) that a vote for even a "good Republican" is a vote given to a power block that wishes to do all sorts of things which I find repugnant. So I vote a Dem ticket, knowing that yes, some wing nuts will get in - but they probably won't want to make my relationship illegal, or shoot immigrants, or keep the working masses in their place, or invite a corporation to dinner.

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    Art_Deco saidJust another Republican wingnut. And when you vote for any Republican, you vote for guys who think like this, because they all vote together as a block, and empower each other.

    Yet another generalization from the Wilton Manors contingent icon_rolleyes.gif There are nutjobs on both sides of the aisle. This is not unique to Republicans.

    First, since when did slandering an entire community strengthen your argument? Are you merely jealous that a community largely consisting of gays exists, like Wilton Manors, or do you want us eliminated?

    Second, please name the Democrat nutjobs who want people shot dead from helicopters, or anything similar.

    This argument that "they all do it" gets old, when you don't give comparable examples. Not to mention it being deceitful & dishonest.

    Sorry, but they DON'T all do this. REPUBLICANS do this. Why not be a man and admit it?

    As I've written here before, you remind me of the little boy caught with his hand in the kitchen cookie jar. "But Mary did something bad last week!" he says in his defense to his mother. But Mom still notes that it's HIS hand in the cookie jar right NOW, and there's no relevance to his sister.

    "This is not unique to Republicans" is no defense. Tell us about THIS Republican, making THIS statement, not something a Democrat may have said on some other topic. And tell us which Democrats want people shot from helicopters without a trial.
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    Mar 16, 2011 3:34 PM GMT
    ArtDeco Bravo.
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    realifedad said
    socalfitness said
    CuriousJockAZ said
    Art_Deco saidJust another Republican wingnut. And when you vote for any Republican, you vote for guys who think like this, because they all vote together as a block, and empower each other.

    Yet another generalization from the Wilton Manors contingent icon_rolleyes.gif There are nutjobs on both sides of the aisle. This is not unique to Republicans. In a "Perfect World" all members of a party would be perfect individuals who support all things dear to our hearts and vote the way we would like. But, of course, that is simply not realistic.

    Hey CJAZ - except for just making this response, I've decided to ignore these BS threads trying to make everything bad is Republican, and other BS baiting threads. Also started not paying any attention to the ones here who do nothing but rant. Why contribute? Let them just have big circle jerks among themselves.


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    This coming from you with all your bating topics about Dems is quit a bit "pot calling the kettle black", ignoring can go both ways 'methinks' !!

    Yeah, a little group that campaigns & posts relentlessly here that all things bad in the US are due to Democrats, then gets bent out of shape if you suggest the Republicans are at fault instead. We used to have an expression: "They can dish it out, but they can't take it." So are bullies defined.
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    Mar 16, 2011 3:36 PM GMT
    tazzari saidArtDeco Bravo.
    +1!
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    Mar 16, 2011 3:53 PM GMT
    Art_Deco said
    realifedad said
    socalfitness said
    CuriousJockAZ said
    Art_Deco saidJust another Republican wingnut. And when you vote for any Republican, you vote for guys who think like this, because they all vote together as a block, and empower each other.

    Yet another generalization from the Wilton Manors contingent icon_rolleyes.gif There are nutjobs on both sides of the aisle. This is not unique to Republicans. In a "Perfect World" all members of a party would be perfect individuals who support all things dear to our hearts and vote the way we would like. But, of course, that is simply not realistic.

    Hey CJAZ - except for just making this response, I've decided to ignore these BS threads trying to make everything bad is Republican, and other BS baiting threads. Also started not paying any attention to the ones here who do nothing but rant. Why contribute? Let them just have big circle jerks among themselves.


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    This coming from you with all your bating topics about Dems is quit a bit "pot calling the kettle black", ignoring can go both ways 'methinks' !!

    Yeah, a little group that campaigns & posts relentlessly here that all things bad in the US are due to Democrats, then gets bent out of shape if you suggest the Republicans are at fault instead. We used to have an expression: "They can dish it out, but they can't take it." So are bullies defined.

    The difference is we deal with specific, substantive issues. Some liberals do also, but I refer to the BS threads like someone fucked a giraffe, oh and they are Republican. ha ha ha
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    Mar 16, 2011 3:54 PM GMT
    tazzari saidArtDeco Bravo.

    Thanks, and Bravo to you, as well, for your own excellent commentary. icon_biggrin.gif
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    Mar 16, 2011 3:57 PM GMT
    socalfitness said
    Art_Deco said
    realifedad said
    socalfitness said
    CuriousJockAZ said
    Art_Deco saidJust another Republican wingnut. And when you vote for any Republican, you vote for guys who think like this, because they all vote together as a block, and empower each other.

    Yet another generalization from the Wilton Manors contingent icon_rolleyes.gif There are nutjobs on both sides of the aisle. This is not unique to Republicans. In a "Perfect World" all members of a party would be perfect individuals who support all things dear to our hearts and vote the way we would like. But, of course, that is simply not realistic.

    Hey CJAZ - except for just making this response, I've decided to ignore these BS threads trying to make everything bad is Republican, and other BS baiting threads. Also started not paying any attention to the ones here who do nothing but rant. Why contribute? Let them just have big circle jerks among themselves.


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    This coming from you with all your bating topics about Dems is quit a bit "pot calling the kettle black", ignoring can go both ways 'methinks' !!

    Yeah, a little group that campaigns & posts relentlessly here that all things bad in the US are due to Democrats, then gets bent out of shape if you suggest the Republicans are at fault instead. We used to have an expression: "They can dish it out, but they can't take it." So are bullies defined.

    The difference is we deal with specific, substantive issues. Some liberals do also, but I refer to the BS threads like someone fucked a giraffe, oh and they are Republican. ha ha ha
    The issue in THIS thread is SPECIFIC and SUBSTANTIAL and oh BTW its a REPUBLICAN.

    kinda used your own words to hang ya out to dry a bit.
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    Mar 16, 2011 3:58 PM GMT
    Not at all - this thread is a perfect example. Not disputing specific facts, but the relevance.
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    socalfitness said...The difference is we deal with specific, substantive issues. Some liberals do also, but I refer to the BS threads like someone fucked a giraffe, oh and they are Republican. ha ha ha

    I have no idea who talked about a giraffe. That has nothing to do with me, and is an evasion. Can we stay on topic?

    We were, I think, talking about a Republican State Senator proposing to shoot people from helicopters. And the curious fact that you haven't repudiated that statement. Here's another chance for you...
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    socalfitness saidNot at all - this thread is a perfect example. Not disputing specific facts, but the relevance.
    The relevance? LMAO.. talk to your buddy SB...
    Gawd, the hypocrisy you exhibit is astounding.
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    socalfitness said
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    Art_Deco saidJust another Republican wingnut. And when you vote for any Republican, you vote for guys who think like this, because they all vote together as a block, and empower each other.



    Yet another generalization from the Wilton Manors contingent icon_rolleyes.gif There are nutjobs on both sides of the aisle. This is not unique to Republicans. In a "Perfect World" all members of a party would be perfect individuals who support all things dear to our hearts and vote the way we would like. But, of course, that is simply not realistic.

    Hey CJAZ - except for just making this response, I've decided to ignore these BS threads trying to make everything bad is Republican, and other BS baiting threads. Also started not paying any attention to the ones here who do nothing but rant. Why contribute? Let them just have big circle jerks among themselves.


    Speaking of circle jerks:

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    Art_Deco said
    socalfitness said...The difference is we deal with specific, substantive issues. Some liberals do also, but I refer to the BS threads like someone fucked a giraffe, oh and they are Republican. ha ha ha

    I have no idea who talked about a giraffe. That has nothing to do with me, and is an evasion. Can we stay on topic?

    We were, I think, talking about a Republican State Senator proposing to shoot people from helicopters. And the curious fact that you haven't repudiated that statement. Here's another chance for you...


    ART DECO:

    I have to correct you.....

    the Republican Senator does not want to shoot from helicopters.... ( not that I'm sure he wouldn't say no)


    The quitter Palin shooting wolves from helicopters got morphed into the Repub Senator.


    See, that wasn't that hard to stop the lie.....TOO BAD FOX -NEWS can't do the same with their daily disinformation.
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    socalfitness said
    Art_Deco said
    realifedad said
    socalfitness said
    CuriousJockAZ said
    Art_Deco saidJust another Republican wingnut. And when you vote for any Republican, you vote for guys who think like this, because they all vote together as a block, and empower each other.

    Yet another generalization from the Wilton Manors contingent icon_rolleyes.gif There are nutjobs on both sides of the aisle. This is not unique to Republicans. In a "Perfect World" all members of a party would be perfect individuals who support all things dear to our hearts and vote the way we would like. But, of course, that is simply not realistic.

    Hey CJAZ - except for just making this response, I've decided to ignore these BS threads trying to make everything bad is Republican, and other BS baiting threads. Also started not paying any attention to the ones here who do nothing but rant. Why contribute? Let them just have big circle jerks among themselves.


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    This coming from you with all your bating topics about Dems is quit a bit "pot calling the kettle black", ignoring can go both ways 'methinks' !!

    Yeah, a little group that campaigns & posts relentlessly here that all things bad in the US are due to Democrats, then gets bent out of shape if you suggest the Republicans are at fault instead. We used to have an expression: "They can dish it out, but they can't take it." So are bullies defined.

    The difference is we deal with specific, substantive issues. Some liberals do also, but I refer to the BS threads like someone fucked a giraffe, oh and they are Republican. ha ha ha


    NO, that would be Newty FUCKING his mistresses.... while his wife is in the hospital.

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    LeanathleticDC saidART DECO:

    I have to correct you.....

    the Republican Senator does not want to shoot from helicopters.... ( not that I'm sure he wouldn't say no)

    Here's a paste from the TV piece, quoting the Kansas State Senator:

    "It looks like to me, if shooting these immigrating feral hogs work, maybe we have found a solution to our illegal immigration problem."

    I don't think I need a correction.
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    Mar 16, 2011 5:09 PM GMT
    Leanathleticd, Thumbs up to your posts today !! your hitting the nail on the head !!