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#352varusword75, Posted: Dec 01 2011 at 1:32 PM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) cat,
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Elinda wrote:
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These tactics of paying women to make false accusations .....

I'm assuming you have evidence to support this claim.

They're liberal whores, Elinda. Especially the life-long Republican ones. Of course they're making false accusations!
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#354 Dec 01 2011 at 1:34 PM Rating: Excellent
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The thing is you should be afraid of Cain.
Considering the number of times you've said this, sounds more like you're trying to convince yourself.
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We both know Cain would splinter the black vote...

Based on what?
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#356varusword75, Posted: Dec 01 2011 at 1:45 PM, Rating: Unrated, (Expand Post) Joph,
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Aha, the conservatives are going with Operation Get Behind the Darkie.

Good to see you have zero faith in the actual person.
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#358varusword75, Posted: Dec 01 2011 at 1:48 PM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) Elinda,
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He's darker than Obama and that's what matters most to most blacks. It's a fact.

Pop history quiz!

Who was Obama's GOP opponent in the 2004 Illinois Senate race?

This guy!

Edited, Dec 1st 2011 1:50pm by Jophiel
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He's darker than Obama and that's what matters most to most blacks. It's a fact*.


*Varus, Word75, Varus's Big Book of Made-up Facts, Zam:Asylum, 2010..
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You're willing to destroy a political opponent based on nothing but some paid off whores words.


And phone records! Smiley: schooled

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He's darker than Obama and that's what matters most to most blacks. It's a fact*.


*Varus, Word75, Varus's Big Book of Made-up Facts, Zam:Asylum, 2010..


Y'know, if that were real, I would totally buy it as a coffee table book. Completely serious.

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#362 Dec 01 2011 at 2:49 PM Rating: Excellent
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I'm assuming you have evidence to support this claim


Oh there's all kinds of evidence. I've even posted some of it on this thread.
Well make sure you have all your ducks-in-a-row when it comes to documenting and justifying these claims. Cuz ya know defamation of character (libel) is against the law.


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You're willing to destroy a political opponent based on nothing but some paid off whores words. What does that say about you?


Huh, am I not a liberal? Why would I care a wink about some corporate womanizer trying to buy the republican presidential nomination?
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Double post. Smiley: frown

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If you were a real liberal, you'd vote for Cain 'cuz he's black like midnight!
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So it's just the liberal media saying that Cain has fallen and the GOP is looking at Newt now?

Huh. So I guess all the polls they're citing are also liberal media sources too.
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#366varusword75, Posted: Dec 01 2011 at 3:51 PM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) Elinda,
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Varus seems to think that most black people voted for Obama because he was black, and not because he was democrat. Going by the last two elections... it was only at most a 2%, at least 0.5-0.6%, increase in popular vote. Going by the numbers from the last 5 elections, it seems that about 83-90% of the black population votes democrat regardless of the color of their candidate's skin. I don't think that a black GOP candidate would get that vote just because they are black. Republicans that think so are just ignorant.
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The thing is you should be afraid of Cain.
Considering the number of times you've said this, sounds more like you're trying to convince yourself.


Well, I'm a little afraid of Cain. I'm afraid he'd sexually assault me.
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Varus seems to think that most black people voted for Obama because he was black, and not because he was democrat. Going by the last two elections... it was only at most a 2%, at least 0.5-0.6%, increase in popular vote.

Varus refused to answer my history quiz for a reason, you know.

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Herman Cain acknowledged to the New Hampshire Union Leader that he repeatedly gave Ginger White -- the woman who alleges a 13 year affair with him -- money to help her with "month-to-month bills and expenses" without telling his wife.

In fact, Cain said, his wife, Gloria, "did not know that we were friends until she came out with this story."


Edited, Dec 1st 2011 5:54pm by Jophiel
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A failed election campaign is kind of an expensive way to uncover misdeeds, but at least Cain financed it himself.
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He's darker than Obama and that's what matters most to most blacks. It's a fact.

Yeah, but Obama was born in Africa, right? How can you beat that?
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A failed election campaign is kind of an expensive way to uncover misdeeds, but at least Cain financed it himself.

Smiley: dubious
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Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain has raised $2 million in campaign contributions in the week since sexual harassment allegations against him became public, his spokesman J.D. Gordon said today.

By comparison, the Georgia businessman collected $2.8 million in political donations in the entire June-to-September fundraising period.

http://content.usatoday.com/communities/onpolitics/post/2011/11/herman-cain-fundraising-sexual-harassment-kimmel/1

Donations usually aren't considered "funding his own campaign," are they?
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#374 Dec 01 2011 at 6:48 PM Rating: Excellent
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That's $4.8mil that won't be spent on anything with a chance in hell of happening so I say: Smiley: thumbsup
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#375 Dec 01 2011 at 7:23 PM Rating: Excellent
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I don't know about anyone else, but when I read this type of thing, I just tune out anything else that is being said. Personal comments about somebody's appearance tell me that they have nothing useful to say. I don't know how many times I heard a variation of the following when it came to Michael Moore.

Him: "Moore totally lies in his movies"
Me: "What did he lie about? I honestly want to know"
Him: "He's a big fat slob"
Me: "and that answers the question how? Goodbye"
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Liberals do it the other way. We damn them with compliments.

"But Romney has such presidential hair!"
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A failed election campaign is kind of an expensive way to uncover misdeeds, but at least Cain financed it himself.

Smiley: dubious
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Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain has raised $2 million in campaign contributions in the week since sexual harassment allegations against him became public, his spokesman J.D. Gordon said today.

By comparison, the Georgia businessman collected $2.8 million in political donations in the entire June-to-September fundraising period.

http://content.usatoday.com/communities/onpolitics/post/2011/11/herman-cain-fundraising-sexual-harassment-kimmel/1

Donations usually aren't considered "funding his own campaign," are they?


The usual dichotomy isn't between public and private funds, though, because your election system isn't a joke.

Well, OK, not the same one I was making. It's a different joke.

My point is that he hasn't been cashing police welfare checks to fund his investigation into himself.
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I don't know about anyone else, but when I read this type of thing, I just tune out anything else that is being said. Personal comments about somebody's appearance tell me that they have nothing useful to say.


I agree in principle, but it really depends on if the person *actually* said something useful. If you're using the fact that someone made a personal comment as an excuse to ignore the rest of what he said, then you're kinda just as guilty IMO.

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I don't know how many times I heard a variation of the following when it came to Michael Moore.

Him: "Moore totally lies in his movies"
Me: "What did he lie about? I honestly want to know"
Him: "He's a big fat slob"
Me: "and that answers the question how? Goodbye"


While I think the perception of Moore as a big fat slob is pretty accurate (I mean, look at the guy), I'm going to guess that the number of times this was the *only* response to that sort of question is somewhere close to zero. He's pretty polarizing in his documentaries (more correctly, he's become so over the last decade). While I suppose it's possible that someone might have a strong opinion about him, but is unable to say anything more than "he's a big fat slob", most people are going to have at least some other reasons for thinking he's dishonest with his documentaries. Even if it's just "he distorts the facts to make the point he wants to make" (which frankly is true of just about all documentaries, he just takes it to a whole new level).


But hey! How many times has that happened?
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Having seen the pit of despair that is present day Flint MI, I tend to judge Michael Moore a little less harshly.

It's the only place I know that is a combination white trailer trash park ghetto cesspool rust town. It's everything bad about every former steel town all rolled into one. Flint is the place that Detroit looks down on.

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AAAAAAAAND...Cain dropped out of the race.
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AAAAAAAAND...Cain dropped out of the race.

Smiley: rolleyes
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He'll just cry that the liberals and media made him do it. Just like Cain!

Man, at least Thompson lasted a few primary states before giving up. You're picking worse candidates every cycle, Varus.

Also, Onion.

Edited, Dec 3rd 2011 3:43pm by Jophiel
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I laughed when I found out, which was really at an inappropriate time due to being in the middle of sexual assault briefings.
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not really surprised the only real candidate the pubies have is Mitt. Admittedly I like Paul more, he seems more intelligent, or at least has more intelligent people around him, he doesn't have a chance. Romney is all the GOP has really on paper, Newt will be another fizzle like the 6pack before him. (I think its only 3 but 6pack sounds good right now.)
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Sooooo....

... how about that Newt? Amazing how someone who was basically chased out of Washington in disgrace just a little over ten years ago is now claiming "Washington Outsider" status. He represents the very worst of Washington distilled into one odious package. Even many fellow Republicans call him "arrogant" - one of the things they held against Obama.
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I'm thinking there isn't any real opposition to Obama, unless maybe Hilary decides to try and unseat him.
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Is it weird if I was watching the news, saw Cain drop out and immediately wondered what Varus would say?
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Well, it's weird in that it's like wondering whether the sun will rise in the east tomorrow. You should already know the answer.
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The liberal media hates black people.
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... how about that Newt?

He's good at bitching about the media and babbling massive streams of nonsense but assuming it'll sound good if he interjects the words "fundamentally", "dynamically" and "profoundly" a lot.

Gbaji should love him Smiley: laugh

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I had a college professor that did the same thing with "basically".
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"There's no question at times in my life, partially driven by how passionately I felt about this country, that I worked too hard and things happened in my life that were not appropriate."
- Newt talking about his serial adultery.

While I couldn't care less if someone wants to cheat on their wife, blaming it on your excellent work ethic and patriotism is profoundly slimy.
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See he does that sh*t for his country, he is already a better choice than Cain.
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The weaknesses in the RNC field is partially due to the effectiveness of Obama's long term strategy team. The dichotomy between his reliably excellent strategy development and the consistently mediocre bargaining decisions continues to astound me. He's really good at not playing a ground game.
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"There's no question at times in my life, partially driven by how passionately I felt about this country, that I worked too hard and things happened in my life that were not appropriate."
- Newt talking about his serial adultery.

While I couldn't care less if someone wants to cheat on their wife, blaming it on your excellent work ethic and patriotism is profoundly slimy.


Must be one of those transferable skills.
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He was loving his country so hard, his dick accidentally fell into a woman besides his sick wife.

Again, Gbaji should love this guy since he was so impressed by McCain doing the same thing Smiley: laugh
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I commented to someone in another forum that Newt is basically the seven deadly sins all wrapped into one package. Pick a sin, and there's a matching Newt story somewhere to go along with it.
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One bit of amusing tidbit for this primary season:

Last election, a lot of Republican movers-and-shakers were upset that McCain locked up the nomination so early. They felt that he was a poor choice as nominee for whatever reasons but, by the time he won Florida, there was nothing left to do but order the McCain 2008 napkins for the convention. The next closest opponent was Huckabee who had a tiny handful of delegates to McCain's. The reason for this is because the GOP primaries were "winner takes all" affairs. You get the most votes in a state and you get 100% of the delegates. They changed it now that the first half of the primary states award their delegates proportionally; 30% of the votes gets you 30% of the delegates. This means no one can secure a quick win unless they're winning overwhelmingly.

Remember the 2008 primary and people on the Democratic side bemoaning the proportional system and how it led to a long slog through the states? You can expect the same now with Gingrich and Romney. Romney had hoped to sweep in Iowa and New Hampshire and have it sewn up with Florida a little later (after some other states). Now it's likely to take much longer and probably get much nastier.

To the GOP's partial credit, they decided that the second half will be awarded as "winner takes all", presumably to help tie it up before the last states. Of course, this doesn't mean as much as it could -- Obama had the nomination tied up in every mathematical sense by late April but the "contest" dragged out to the final states. Unless the GOP front-runner sweeps an early handful of "winner takes all states", you could see it continue on, trading state for state.

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