Apr 17, 2009 10:18 AM GMT
Tapper saidYou, sir, have just wasted 10 mins. of my precious time.
Your shallow attempt at hiding your dislike of the current administration by icing it with "because BOTH parties are guilty of this" bullshit has been noted.
True Reagan conservative values?
Please do us all a favor, and get schooled before you start flame baiting.
*edit - And after years of watching perpetually biased "reporting" from CNBC and my favorite fair and balanced broadcast journalists and producers over at Fox News (sarcasm intended there), I found the CNN slip-up to be nothing more than a refreshing blip on the radar.
ErikTaurean saidI remember the Reagan years and his "Trickle Down" economic plan. Big business got bigger and the little man go smaller and Reagan's conservative values caused him to wait 2 frigging years after he became aware of what we call today the HIV/AIDS epidemic to even utter the words to the nation and do something about American citizens dying. If these are the conservative values we are being asked to bring back, NO THANK YOU!
jprichva saidThe teabaggers are SO full of shit.
But that isn't what the teabaggers are about. This is the frustrated gasp of people who no longer control the political culture they think they're entitled to. Republicans think they have a God-given mandate to rule. It's sad, really.
moving on from reagan fierceness, how many of you actually watched the videos i posted? because that was my main point in this thread. he makes very good points about this reporter, not commentator, reporter. she needs to get fired, become a commentator or quit what's she's doing and become the speaker of the DNC. As mad as i get when i see this video, it also makes me happy. a lot of undecided moderates (like myself back in the day) watch this network. more and more people are waking up, and seeing the behavior of this "reporter" should really open the eyes of many undecided voters. that's why i'm happy to see this on CNN. because most msnbc viewers are lost causes. there up there with keith "bed wetter" olbermann.
ok, i'm done. those that disagree can keep bashing me and this great cause. those that agree can PM me. have fun, guys.
jprichva saidMeOhMy said Admittedly, I find the direction we are being moved in (to solve the crisis) to be MUCH worse than neo-liberalism itself... but, that doesn't mean neo-liberalism is the solution. After all, it got us where we are today.
Uhhh...what's this 'we' stuff, Canadian boy?
jprichva saidMeOhMy said it's okay. i forgive you.. you're American, and Americans produced THIS, so... i understand
(ya know, I was just teasing you, 'cause I think you're so smart and all..)
justinono saidJohn Stewart of the Daily show had this to offer HA!
Take a gander :-)
BJJMMAFighter saidI'm kind of getting tired of all this. People who are not informed who just offer emotionally inflated opinions to solve situations that they do not really understand. Everyone just keeps pointing fingers and never seems to do any real research or care about the outcome of any situations... IT IS GETTING FUCKING OLD!
GQjock saidI LOVE this
True Reagan Ideals
And what are they exactly because if you don't realize it
Your Living those "TRUE REAGAN IDEALS" down right now
The There's no government like a dead government way of thinking
Murder the Schools by starving them to death and THEN Blame the teachers
Align yourself with the Christian Taliban like Jerry Falwell and Oral Roberts
When thousands of Gay Men were dying of AIDS you NEVER even say the words for the 8 years you're in office?
Sowed the seeds of the deregulation we're so much enjoying right at this moment