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#29 Dec 15 2011 at 12:48 PM Rating: Good
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idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
Double post AND the wrong thread? THis is what multiple tabs gets me.

Edited, Dec 15th 2011 11:57am by idiggory

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#30 Dec 15 2011 at 1:34 PM Rating: Good
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idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
Double post AND the wrong thread? THis is what multiple tabs gets me.

Edited, Dec 15th 2011 11:57am by idiggory

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I know. Smiley: frown
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#31 Dec 15 2011 at 8:12 PM Rating: Excellent
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You Democrats don't get to complain about Bush era limitations on civil liberties anymore by the way. Sure, they sucked, but look at the recent competition...

You mean the defense bill written by a Republican dominated House which was only watered down what little it was because of objections from the White House?

Good point. Smiley: dubious


Oh, so Obama DID veto it then? I must have missed that part...
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#32 Dec 16 2011 at 1:37 AM Rating: Excellent
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If he had, that still wouldn't have been the only part you missed. They don't teach civics out there in the Northwest?
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#33 Dec 16 2011 at 2:06 AM Rating: Excellent
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Ah, so its ok to blame Bush for everything that happened during his presidency, but Obama not using his executive power to block a modified yet still bad law he had stated he would block earlier isn't his responsabiity. Got it.
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#34 Dec 16 2011 at 2:46 AM Rating: Good
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Given that the blame was placed on Bush AND the GOP congress that wrote his rubber stamp legislation... Yeah, take a civics class.
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#35 Dec 16 2011 at 7:52 AM Rating: Excellent
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Obama still should have vetoed...
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Sure, I said in the other thread that it's a legitimate complaint to say he didn't veto it.

Saying that Obama's signing of a bill he had weakened is "worse" than Bush essentially writing his own provisions for Congress to stamp out for him though is pretty asinine. If you think the bill is some horrible breach of liberty, maybe you should first heap blame on the guys who wrote it. In both circumstances, it's the same guys.
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Oh I do blame the ones who wrote it. The entire point here, which you are apperently missing is the guy in the top spot is supposed to be the guy in at least some theoretical control of the government. Obama has presided over the arguably largest decline in civil liberties in United States History, or at very least second largest. The democrats also control the senate and should have been able to strip all the asenine provisions out in committe. The provision allowing the United states President to deply U.S. troops to the United States in a combat deployment stance without declaration of martial law, which survived the passage of the bill intact is a huge potentially problematic legal precident. Tell you what, I'll go take that civics class, but why don't you go take a few history lessons at the same time here...
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#38 Dec 16 2011 at 9:15 AM Rating: Good
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*popcorn*

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Oh I do blame the ones who wrote it.

Really? I must have missed that while you were crying about this being worse than Bush.
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The democrats also control the senate and should have been able to strip all the asenine provisions out in committee

How, exactly, did you think the House provisions got changed?

Edited, Dec 16th 2011 9:22am by Jophiel
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#40varusword75, Posted: Dec 16 2011 at 9:26 AM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) Nat,
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What, the part where I said that everyone involved with its passage should have been shot for treason or at least flogged? that includes the ones who wrote it. Its in the other thread.

The key word was "ALL if the asenine provisions" One out of 2 is still only 50%. thats not a passing grade.
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#42varusword75, Posted: Dec 16 2011 at 9:28 AM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) Joph,
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We who? I didn't bring Bush into the thread Smiley: smile
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This is why the only people worth voting for are the one's least likely to try to disarm me. Nothing else seems to matter.

(and no I'm not a gun-nut [I'm a gun-nerd])Smiley: nod
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the one's least likely to try to disarm me.

The one most likely to disarm me is my wife. I'd consider getting a firearm except she'd probably divorce me.
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This is why the only people worth voting for are the one's least likely to try to disarm me. Nothing else seems to matter.
Listen, when you guys eventually go to war with yourselves, please make some importantr changes to your wills and leave NA to the Canadians. You know the Mexicans will just squander it.
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This is why the only people worth voting for are the one's least likely to try to disarm me. Nothing else seems to matter.
Listen, when you guys eventually go to war with yourselves, please make some importantr changes to your wills and leave NA to the Canadians. You know the Mexicans will just squander it.


I was thinking of giving it to the French. It's about time we started a new colonial age.

As if the US ever left it, lol.

Edited, Dec 16th 2011 10:50am by idiggory
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I'll will New York to you if you sink the Frenchy parts of Canada into the ocean first.
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I vote the Dutch. I look forward to sailing my cargo fluyt across Lake Michigan to trade beaver pelts with the Canadians.
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I'll will New York to you if you sink the Frenchy parts of Canada into the ocean first.
If you cnuts weren't around buying up the cheap energy they send down to you, we'd already have bankrupted them and forced them out. Their continued existence is NY's fault in the first place.
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ITT: Ugly doesn't want a bunch of Mexicans moving in next door.
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