We Encountered a Fort Lauderdale Teabagger Protest Thursday

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    Apr 16, 2010 6:56 PM GMT
    I was driving my partner home from his office Thursday after 4 PM (he's still not driving regularly after his medical problems a few months back), when we encountered a Teabagger protest in front of the Fort Lauderdale City Hall. Maybe a few hundred, waving oversized US flags with threatening signs and making noise, the traffic disrupted by lanes closed for all the police cars lining the curbs. Had we known about it we would have taken a different route.

    But we were stuck in it before we realized what it was. So as I rode slowly past the protesters I opened our car sunroof and raised my hand out of the car, to give them the finger. I got some boos and harsh words thrown back at us.

    Today's local newspaper says the group was expecting a turnout of 10,000, but that crowd estimates were closer to 1000. They had less than half that when we went by. I hope that average citizens are beginning to realize what radical loonies these people are, and their popularity & influence will fade before the November elections.

    I've seen newsreels from the 1920s showing thousands of white-robed Klu Klux Klan members marching down the streets of Washington, DC, so this kind of thing is not new in the US. Seems every few years some Americans go nuts for a while and it spreads like wildfire, like an outbreak of the flu, and then it passes, and most everyone comes back to their senses and gets well again. I sure hope this present epidemic peaks soon and passes quickly. icon_sad.gif
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    Apr 16, 2010 7:23 PM GMT
    Red_Vespa said... we were stuck in it before we realized what it was. So as I rode slowly past the protesters I opened our car sunroof and raised my hand out of the car, to give them the finger...


    atta boy! icon_lol.gif


    i wonder if fox news gave them "fair and balanced coverage" and estimated the crowd at 30,000 people? icon_rolleyes.gif
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    rnch said
    Red_Vespa said... we were stuck in it before we realized what it was. So as I rode slowly past the protesters I opened our car sunroof and raised my hand out of the car, to give them the finger...

    atta boy! icon_lol.gif

    i wonder if fox news gave them "fair and balanced coverage" and estimated the crowd at 30,000 people? icon_rolleyes.gif

    Dunno, I rarely watch the local TV news here, which is just dreadfully amateurish, and never FOX network news, so if they did I missed it. Anyone else here in South Florida catch this on TV?
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    Apr 16, 2010 8:17 PM GMT
    These aren't from South Florida, but they're interesting. The first two are from Iowa and the third is from Tennessee. These were from yesterday's tax day tea bagging marches.

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    Apr 16, 2010 8:22 PM GMT
    "Teabonics" is catching on as a sport. Of course, they're all not illiterate dolts, we know that. But it sure is fun making fun of the many that are!
    http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/galleries/teabonics_the_flawed_language_of_protest/teabonics_the_flawed_language_of_protest.html
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    Apr 16, 2010 8:27 PM GMT
    Anyone who finds themselves to even be relatively progressive watching fox news is just plain masochism.

    I'm so sick of those fruitcakes.

    Kodus to you for only giving them the finger. I would have to restrain myself to not throw fecal matter at them.

    -Jordan
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    Apr 16, 2010 8:53 PM GMT
    From the appearence of the forum photos, the teabaggers are much more than a protest group against big government and high taxes. These narrow-minded, aging morons are also racist, homophobic, anti-feminist, and anti-immigrant. These lunatics want to go back to the "terrible old days" when America was a "white protestant christian nation" when there was no equality and minorities and other undesireables were kept in their place. As far as I am concerned, I want absolutely nothing to do with these lunatic tea baggers because they have shown their true colors and they are just using the opposition platform against high taxes and big government as a disguise for their overall political and cultural agenda which is very scary.
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    rnch said
    Red_Vespa said... we were stuck in it before we realized what it was. So as I rode slowly past the protesters I opened our car sunroof and raised my hand out of the car, to give them the finger...


    atta boy! icon_lol.gif


    i wonder if fox news gave them "fair and balanced coverage" and estimated the crowd at 30,000 people? icon_rolleyes.gif


    Why is it so why things concerning the democRATs they expect it to be fair, but when they are playing there is no rules/ Like it's OK to bastardise the Palin family to Attack Sarah. But Obama family are out of bonds; why is this so doesn't sound fair to me. The demoRats can act as badly as they wish and here at RJ boy has one witnessed a lot of hate from the gay left wing here. But the same rules do not apply for the right wing.

    Thats the view a person on the outside looking in gets.
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    roadbikeRob saidFrom the appearence of the forum photos, the teabaggers are much more than a protest group against big government and high taxes. These narrow-minded, aging morons are also racist, homophobic, anti-feminist, and anti-immigrant. These lunatics want to go back to the "terrible old days" when America was a "white protestant christian nation" when there was no equality and minorities and other undesireables were kept in their place. As far as I am concerned, I want absolutely nothing to do with these lunatic tea baggers because they have shown their true colors and they are just using the opposition platform against high taxes and big government as a disguise for their overall political and cultural agenda which is very scary.


    I feel such word like racists and homophobes are way over used. Just because some-one protest against Obama, people try to turne that into they are racist, to repress them. Since feminisem has nothing to do with equality I too struggle with that movment; albeit when feminisem is about equality for both genders I am a feminist, but not when it's about more rights, those femanazi's have done the women's movement a lot of damage. With all their aggression and hate, and like the flamers of the gay community they are the visible ones.

    In a Democrat society the majority rules, it when you let the minority's rule you have dictatorship. If thats what the left wing of America wants. Let them move to China, or even Cuba; But please don't come to Oz.
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    Red_Vespa said...Had we known about it we would have taken a different route.


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    Apr 16, 2010 10:01 PM GMT
    xGromitx saidAnyone who finds themselves to even be relatively progressive watching fox news is just plain masochism.

    I'm so sick of those fruitcakes.

    Kodus to you for only giving them the finger. I would have to restrain myself to not throw fecal matter at them.

    -Jordan


    Yes and thats the lowlife response one has learned to expect from the left wing. So if the glove was on the other hand, it would not of been safe to of driven with the roof open, and the finger out, because your car would of been filled with fecal matter. Your car would of also been forced to a complete standstill, from a violent mob, of #@^^*%@ and @$**#$.
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    Apr 16, 2010 10:05 PM GMT
    I attended the Pittsburgh Tea Party rally yesterday on tax day and nothing but class. I counted 3 what i would call right wing extremists but at the same time there were 3 hippie liberals holding up signs with misspelled words and walking through the crowds preying for attention. Nobody gave it to them b/c its not about fighting anymore. Overall, these people are very concerned about America and proved it coming out with a "Contract for America" in D.C. yesterday offering general solutions.

    I saw people walking out of their work offices and going to the Tea Party rally. I saw blacks, a few gays,etc. I stood next to two very well put together black guys and in front of me a union member sporting the tee shirt for proof. The main speaker was a black conservative and another speaker was a UNION DEMOCRAT from Pittsburgh who was upset and worried about the current administration. Overall, people were very VERY classy and calm. Most were on break from work so i guess that would factor into a lot of it.

    I love the Tea Party and what they stand for overall and proud to be a member and to take on these tough economic times. Also, absolutely NO racism was at this rally and quite frankly liberals can continue to try to insult us and that is okay. This is America. But please understand the Tea Party is only growing and according to the NY Times make up 18% of Americans. That equals 54 million folks who you bet votes. 125 million voted in the presidential election in 2008 so roughly 40% of the voters agree or active members of the Tea Party. (Assuming 18% is correct and most do vote).

    The black conservative got the loudest applause when he said there also republicans in sheep clothing who need to be watched out for and i cant agree more but obviously the liberals are the ones doing the damage here. Bush being in sheep clothing. These are mainly displaced conservatives who are upset the old GOP lost their ways but the GOP is on a massive comeback. See VA,NJ and MA. All dramatic impressive GOP victories. The Tea Party is the best thing to happen to the GOP b/c we need to be shaken up a bit.
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    Pattison said...In a Democrat society the majority rules, it when you let the minority's rule you have dictatorship. If thats what the left wing of America wants. Let them move to China, or even Cuba; But please don't come to Oz.

    You know so little about everything, but least of all about the US and our history. I know I'm wasting my time with you, but for the others here who may read your ignorance, I will provide this:

    The Founders of the US were among the first of their time to attempt to create a major democratic republic, making a clean break from a monarchy. Many of them doubted what the untried outcome would be, and one of the things they feared was a "tyranny of the majority."

    Indeed, it was this concern that inspired arguments for the establishment of some kind of non-political American monarch, who could be the defender of the minorities, that majority voters might otherwise tend to marginalize and victimize.

    Instead, Jefferson and others attempted to create a Constitution that made individual rights & liberties supreme, not the gift or grant of the majority, but an "inalienable right" possessed by everyone. The majority might make practical decisions of government for all, but it could not deny basic human & political rights to any.

    That concept has been eroded over the centuries. Now most Americans perceive their rights as originating from the government, not from themselves. And that the majority decides what those rights are, in the model that Pattison expresses. That is not the essence of our original US Constitution, yet this is what many Americans have come to believe. This is the obstacle we gays and many minorities face today, and you have only to listen to the logic of Pattison, an Australian no more knowledgeable of our government than many citizens in the US today (and no disrespect to our many other Australian members here), to realize where our problem lies.
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    xGromitx saidAnyone who finds themselves to even be relatively progressive watching fox news is just plain masochism.

    I'm so sick of those fruitcakes.

    Kodus to you for only giving them the finger. I would have to restrain myself to not throw fecal matter at them.

    -Jordan


    Yes and thats the lowlife response one has learned to expect from the left wing. So if the glove was on the other hand, it would not of been safe to of driven with the roof open, and the finger out, because your cart would of been filled with fecal matter. Your car would of also been forced to a complete standstill, from a violent mob.


    Dont worry bud this is to be expected. The Tea Party has exploded in historic numbers with support in little over a year and threaten the liberals so therfore they will attack even if it means by spreading lies and being immoral. The more they scream the more the Tea Party is experiencing success. Afterall, they would not be screaming if the Tea Party had no effect.

    The more the liberals scream and hate the more people will be driven to the Tea Party b/c they will be put off by the liberals.

    The liberals will attack our intell, common sense,etc and this is okay b/c frankly its not true. Tell that to the hundreds of people i saw leave their offices and go to the Tea Party. The message is strong and the liberals stand no fighting chance slowing the Tea Party down. VA,NJ and MA is proof and November will be a wonderful month. The message is stronger than any liberal protest and America knows this.
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    Apr 16, 2010 10:33 PM GMT
    This all started when Obama had those town meetings and Dick Army and crew sent all those people in with instructions to disrupt the meetings

    And when the Village idiots saw that people were listening
    they came in with their pitchforks

    These people aren't worried about their taxes
    Obama gave tax cuts to 95% of them
    Their not worried about healthcare
    they Have health insurance and many have tax payer subsidized healthcare

    They're just pissed because Blackey McBlackenship is in the White House
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    Apr 16, 2010 11:00 PM GMT
    Notice all the attacks against the tea party in this thread. Notice how you attempt to demonize the mere expression of conservatism, i.e. the third woman in McGay's post. If you accuse us of being so hateful and negative, why don't you have a look at yourselves and correct your own behavior first? Oh wait, it's not hate if you're targeting those who disagree with you or are members of a majority, is that it, liberals?
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    What's wrong with the third woman in my post? What's right with the first two pictures in my post?
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    PAstud21The black conservative got the loudest applause when he said there also republicans in sheep clothing who need to be watched out for and i cant agree more but obviously the liberals are the ones doing the damage here. Bush being in sheep clothing. These are mainly displaced conservatives who are upset the old GOP lost their ways but the GOP is on a massive comeback. See VA,NJ and MA. All dramatic impressive GOP victories. The Tea Party is the best thing to happen to the GOP b/c we need to be shaken up a bit.


    Yay for good-old-fashioned tokenism. A black man speaks at a rally. Therefore, teabaggers are not racist. icon_rolleyes.gif

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tokenism

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    Why did the black man get the loudest applause? Were people astounded to see a black man? Were they impressed that he wasn't trying to rob them? Were they all saying to themselves "hayup, lookaheah, even the black folk agree with us, well, them good ones anahways"?
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    Apr 16, 2010 11:07 PM GMT
    PAJohn saidPattison, are you one of those teabaggers?

    With your excellent command of the English language, your thoughtful and cogent ideas, and your love for all people who are not exactly like you I think you would fit right in with them.

    I think I saw some of the signs you made for their protests.

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    No I'm an Aussie! True as Blue too unlike Russell Crow who now has his star on the Hollywood walk now claim to be the KIWI he always has been and not playing off the Aussie card.

    Are you a Grammar Nazi? You know ones poor grammar of the Queen English has not prevent one from working or contributing to this Great Southern Land either. But me Aussie grammar is spot on,and thats all that matters.

    PS since one grammar does not get in the way of communicating with the ones I love and care for here to, it's really of no issue. Also you know what one meant and thats all that matters tooicon_cool.gif
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    Dont worry bud this is to be expected. The Tea Party has exploded in historic numbers with support in little over a year and threaten the liberals so therfore they will attack even if it means by spreading lies and being immoral. The more they scream the more the Tea Party is experiencing success. Afterall, they would not be screaming if the Tea Party had no effect.

    The more the liberals scream and hate the more people will be driven to the Tea Party b/c they will be put off by the liberals.

    The liberals will attack our intell, common sense,etc and this is okay b/c frankly its not true. Tell that to the hundreds of people i saw leave their offices and go to the Tea Party. The message is strong and the liberals stand no fighting chance slowing the Tea Party down. VA,NJ and MA is proof and November will be a wonderful month. The message is stronger than any liberal protest and America knows this.[/quote]

    I read this forum all the time, but am still closted and in the process of getting a divorce right now. Hopefully will be able to post more in the future.

    Listen kid, either you are deeply disturbed or simply a plant from the tea party attempting to drum up support. I say this because someone posts about what they did to gays(rape and defiling the boidy) in that African country and your response was who cares with a laughing sign behind it.

    Who cares? Well you don't have to complain about liberals-your fine behaviour on this board is good enough reason as to why no one with even a little bit of sense and compassion will join the tea party.

    I am a lifelong republican and just ashamed to be called one. To imagine we were the party of Lincoln and now we select a person (Palin) who does not know Africa is a country. This new guy Scott Brown -I mean why did he get elected -because he drove a pick up truck? I drive a pick up truck, go hunting and have horses. I hunt elk and bear and have gutted, eaten and mount them too. Suddenly that alone qualifies me to be Senator or President? What has this country come to? That is like the dems choosing Paris Hilton to be President. This woman raised taxes in her home state and now she comes out against taxes?

    It is people like you and these opportunity mongers that bring shame to the Republic party and have me registering as an independant. I am ashamed to stay I voted for Bush the first time. But I believe the republic party has been taken over by an extreme fringe who can't talk straight and have any good policy comments. I hope to God it changes and we can have good sensible leaders who can actually be fiscally conservative, against nation building and really follow the constitution. As in stop having the govt in everybody's bedrooms-Terri Schiavo, gays, drugs. Small govt means small govt not only in the areas you epouse for. The day I decided I could never be a Republican was the day President Bush signed that bill or law intruding into Terri Sciavo. That is so against everything I hold to be conservative. These people who got elected and the tea party are making the conservative movt look like -Ok I don't wan't to go there.

    I have been a lifelong businessman and I support health insurance changes. You know why. Because I pay for the best insurance. I am also going to have to pay for my soon to be ex wife. But I still do love the woman, just need to explore this side of me before getting too old. But anyhow, I am already paying for socialized medicine. All the folks ranging from the illegals to people with serious ailments who use the emergency rooms because they have no insurance-where on earth do you the think the hospitals get that money from. From people like me by charging higher premiums. Nope-I don't wan't that service to go away, because I don't wan't to be in an accident somehwere and a hospital refuse to treat me because I have no proof of medical insurance on me. It just makes me wonder are all these tea party folks really protesting because now they actually will be forced to buy health insurance. I mean what is so bad-till today you can have insurance for 20 years and be kicked out if you get a disease and are due to circumstances, forced to change insurance. That is just outrage.

    Kid, I think you have never had a business and run it for a long time or known other small businesses. Else the older you get and the more conditions you have, you would know how tough it was to have health insurance. If you run a small business with a few employees and the cost just shot up if you have a few who are beyond a age threshold. I am happy.

    Anyhow this lifelong republican is now an independant and proud of it. Sarah Palin, Scott Brown do not represent my party. Nor dopes Romney-be proud of who you are-one thing I hate with a passion in life is a weasel. If you can't stand proud of your record and keep changing everything about it to suit the circumstances-then sorry I have no respect for that. McCain I always respected him-until he picked Palin. I mean that person could be our President. I mean OOh let me try my hand at being a Vice President -oops didn't work out, let me do a reality show and compete with the Kardashians and Paris Hilton.icon_rolleyes.gif

    You don't need liberals to scare people off the tea party. You are enough-just a one man ad for what a tea party person is like. Cold, heartless and just callous. The first thing that comes out of our mouth about the horrors in some African country is so what? Please go away and let the people with some good ideas come back -this country needs more of them and maybe before my time, I will be proud of being a Republican again.




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    cssutton said[quote][cite]PAstud21 said[/cite

    Dont worry bud this is to be expected. The Tea Party has exploded in historic numbers with support in little over a year and threaten the liberals so therfore they will attack even if it means by spreading lies and being immoral. The more they scream the more the Tea Party is experiencing success. Afterall, they would not be screaming if the Tea Party had no effect.

    The more the liberals scream and hate the more people will be driven to the Tea Party b/c they will be put off by the liberals.

    The liberals will attack our intell, common sense,etc and this is okay b/c frankly its not true. Tell that to the hundreds of people i saw leave their offices and go to the Tea Party. The message is strong and the liberals stand no fighting chance slowing the Tea Party down. VA,NJ and MA is proof and November will be a wonderful month. The message is stronger than any liberal protest and America knows this.


    I read this forum all the time, but am still closted and in the process of getting a divorce right now. Hopefully will be able to post more in the future.

    Listen kid, either you are deeply disturbed or simply a plant from the tea party attempting to drum up support. I say this because someone posts about what they did to gays(rape and defiling the boidy) in that African country and your response was who cares with a laughing sign behind it.

    Who cares? Well you don't have to complain about liberals-your fine behaviour on this board is good enough reason as to why no one with even a little bit of sense and compassion will join the tea party.

    I am a lifelong republican and just ashamed to be called one. To imagine we were the party of Lincoln and now we select a person (Palin) who does not know Africa is a country. This new guy Scott Brown -I mean why did he get elected -because he drove a pick up truck? I drive a pick up truck, go hunting and have horses. I hunt elk and bear and have gutted, eaten and mount them too. Suddenly that alone qualifies me to be Senator or President? What has this country come to? That is like the dems choosing Paris Hilton to be President. This woman raised taxes in her home state and now she comes out against taxes?

    It is people like you and these opportunity mongers that bring shame to the Republic party and have me registering as an independant. I am ashamed to stay I voted for Bush the first time. But I believe the republic party has been taken over by an extreme fringe who can't talk straight and have any good policy comments. I hope to God it changes and we can have good sensible leaders who can actually be fiscally conservative, against nation building and really follow the constitution. As in stop having the govt in everybody's bedrooms-Terri Schiavo, gays, drugs. Small govt means small govt not only in the areas you epouse for. The day I decided I could never be a Republican was the day President Bush signed that bill or law intruding into Terri Sciavo. That is so against everything I hold to be conservative. These people who got elected and the tea party are making the conservative movt look like -Ok I don't wan't to go there.

    I have been a lifelong businessman and I support health insurance changes. You know why. Because I pay for the best insurance. I am also going to have to pay for my soon to be ex wife. But I still do love the woman, just need to explore this side of me before getting too old. But anyhow, I am already paying for socialized medicine. All the folks ranging from the illegals to people with serious ailments who use the emergency rooms because they have no insurance-where on earth do you the think the hospitals get that money from. From people like me by charging higher premiums. Nope-I don't wan't that service to go away, because I don't wan't to be in an accident somehwere and a hospital refuse to treat me because I have no proof of medical insurance on me. It just makes me wonder are all these tea party folks really protesting because now they actually will be forced to buy health insurance. I mean what is so bad-till today you can have insurance for 20 years and be kicked out if you get a disease and are due to circumstances, forced to change insurance. That is just outrage.

    Kid, I think you have never had a business and run it for a long time or known other small businesses. Else the older you get and the more conditions you have, you would know how tough it was to have health insurance. If you run a small business with a few employees and the cost just shot up if you have a few who are beyond a age threshold. I am happy.

    Anyhow this lifelong republican is now an independant and proud of it. Sarah Palin, Scott Brown do not represent my party. Nor dopes Romney-be proud of who you are-one thing I hate with a passion in life is a weasel. If you can't stand proud of your record and keep changing everything about it to suit the circumstances-then sorry I have no respect for that. McCain I always respected him-until he picked Palin. I mean that person could be our President. I mean OOh let me try my hand at being a Vice President -oops didn't work out, let me do a reality show and compete with the Kardashians and Paris Hilton.icon_rolleyes.gif

    You don't need liberals to scare people off the tea party. You are enough-just a one man ad for what a tea party person is like. Cold, heartless and just callous. The first thing that comes out of our mouth about the horrors in some African country is so what? Please go away and let the people with some good ideas come back -this country needs more of them and maybe before my time, I will be proud of being a Republican again.




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    Haha i might be able to take you serious if this wasn't your FIRST POST. Nice try bud.icon_biggrin.gif

    Oh and btw you stated that you read the forum "all the time" but then according to your profile.............

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    So once again bud, nice try and have a wonderful night.icon_wink.gif
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    Haha i might be able to take you serious if this wasn't your FIRST POST. Nice try bud.icon_biggrin.gif[/quote]

    Well I might be able to take you seriously if you show your face. I am closeted and will stay that way till my divorce. No gay or in my case bi person can feel glee at the death of another gay person and have that done to their body. The only ones who would feel glee is the Westboro Baptist church folks.

    Yes it is my first post and I have been reading here for a while and itching to post. Your kind bug me the most-because it represents what happened to my party.
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    Haha i might be able to take you serious if this wasn't your FIRST POST. Nice try bud.icon_biggrin.gif


    Well I might be able to take you seriously if you show your face. I am closeted and will stay that way till my divorce. No gay or in my case bi person can feel glee at the death of another gay person and have that done to their body. The only ones who would feel glee is the Westboro Baptist church folks.

    Yes it is my first post and I have been reading here for a while and itching to post. Your kind bug me the most-because it represents what happened to my party.[/quote]


    You joined the site TODAY.

    Now this is my final response to you. Have a wonderful night.
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    Oh and btw you stated that you read the forum "all the time" but then according to your profile.............

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    So once again bud, nice try and have a wonderful night.icon_wink.gif
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    You do realize people can read the forums without logging in don't you?? I felt the need to log in and post my opinion today , because the turn the republic party has taken has been eating at me for a while.