User Profile: Celestial_Dragon

Celestial_Dragon

Member Since: October 06, 2012

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  • October 8, 2012 at 5:09am

    yep Obama’s whole campaign is counting on the voters that haven’t been paying attention for YEARS.

  • October 8, 2012 at 5:07am

    I think Obama, Pelosi, Reid, Axlerod, they’re all lost in the sea of their own lies. They have lost any clue as to where the TRUTH is.

    hehe and no I try not to waste my time watching Axlerod ever ;-). Life is too short wasting on losers like him. So I’ll defer to your observations.

  • October 8, 2012 at 4:46am

    Ha!

    Robert Gibbs wouldn’t know TRUTH if it bit him in the face/arse . . .same difference when it comes to Gibbs

  • October 8, 2012 at 4:36am

    Actually, I’m not sure we can lay the blame at Obama’s feet.

    All we know is that these “people” use hostile language and threaten Romney and his wife.

    We don’t know if they are
    Obama Supporters
    Ron Paul Supporters
    Ross Perot Supporters
    Karl Marx supporters

    just dumb kids who learned from their parents to hate Romney ?

    We just don’t know and can’t know until they finish investigating

  • October 8, 2012 at 4:31am

    And I do wonder if Libertarians would be ok with the Secret Service or FBI looking up the identities of those tweeters. Would such a search be justified police action? Or is it an erosion of our liberties?

    Is a tweet enough to consider it actionable?

    I don’t know the answer but I know that censorship makes me uncomfortable. All of those “we have the right to ask to see your information and not tell you we are looking this information up” — creepy stuff.

    May you live in interesting times.

  • October 8, 2012 at 4:19am

    I was wondering the same thing.

    Will Mitt get a consoling phone call from the President the way Sandra Fluke did?

    Beer summit anyone?

    Or as usual, Obama will be clueless?

    I guess it’s not fair to blame Obama for the nutcases that might be following him. And it’s really not logical to ASSUME that :

    Anti-Romney = Pro Obama

    Logic just doesn’t work that way. The threatening tweeters could in fact want Ron Paul or Miss Piggy for President. We can’t conclude that they’re Obama voters instead. All we know is that they are willing to tweet really unpleasant things about Romney.

    Hopefully they just like to say mean things and not actually hurt people. It’s really sad that they tweeted those things though.

  • October 6, 2012 at 4:49am

    yep the people who manufactured the new jobs report are the same people who will

    a) keep bringing up a bill until the damn thing is finally passed
    b) say with a straight face that when they raise the value of your property they didn’t raise your taxes.

    when .. by raising the value of your property and keeping tax RATES constant, they did IN FACT raise your taxes. They just didn’t do it by raising your tax RATE.

    They think we’re stupid. . ..

    and wow! the blathering that was going on BSNBC was amazing. They were totally rabid insisting that Romney was lying that the actual # of people who quit looking for work went down. THAT’s the criminality of it all.

    The media like BSNBC are supposed to be the 4th estate and they are supposed to be impartial and fact checkers and keeping the 3 branches of govt in check. This is why the freedom of the press is so essential .. no JUST so artists can make us question the role of Christianity in our culture by putting a crucifix in a container of urine.

    But to question those who wield the power that we gave them when we allowed them to take office.

    unfortunately, many in the “media” are no longer “journalists” they are star struck by Hollywood and future hollywood careers. So they “play nice” so that they can have high paid talk shows on networks.

    Objective reporting is dead at least on BSNBC . . .just sad.

  • October 6, 2012 at 4:35am

    AvengerK, I like your analyses!

    thanks for keeping them simple enough even I can understand them!

  • October 6, 2012 at 4:21am

    right we don’t want to turn into Dumb-o-crats just because we’ve decided to stoop to their level.

    People have gotten upset at Romney for not doing his campaign THEIR way.

    There’s not a vindictive bone in his body. Mitt Romney is totally classy. He’s someone I look up to, and I hope others make time to find out how classy Romney is. His classiness has nothing to do with him being rich and everything to do with his values rooted firmly in Christian values.

    And while I haven’t heard him directly say it I believe he’s firmly behind living the Golden Rule — Do unto others as you would have others do unto you.

    He also seems to genuinely love his fellow human beings. He’s a totally admirable fellow. I never thought I’d see such a candidate for President EVER.

    hehe I’ll have to check my enthusiasm for Gov. Romney — so that I don’t get into the tank for him and let him get by with fudging information.

  • October 6, 2012 at 4:02am

    @ BlackyB

    haha! I think you’re right. I like to treat people by the Golden Rule so some of the actions of these mental illnesses I just can’t figure them out. They just don’t compute.

  • October 6, 2012 at 3:59am

    And please don’t take my comments the wrong way. I think Romney is an EXCELLENT candidate and I was rooting for

    Rick Perry
    Newt Gingrich

    in that order.

    I also liked Herman Cain

  • October 6, 2012 at 3:56am

    Thanks! We will take our country back. But we have to do it with grace, courage, kindness, decency and following the laws of the US constitution. If we don’t then we’re no better than the thugs we CLAIM to be better than.

    We have to prove our goodness by deeds not just words. AND we have to follow the golden rule.

    We have to go vote for the best available candidate whether he is perfect or not — and odds are good that he’s not perfect but we have to realize live options. Sitting home on our hands saying “oh I can’t support this moderate” will only ensure that Obama wins.

    Voting for a 3rd party candidate — while being totally within our rights as Americans is a dead option. It isn’t viable. And how righteous will a person feel if they

    a) stay home b/c they don’t trust Romney
    b) write in a 3rd party candidate

    and by doing one of the two options above, ensure that Obama wins a 2nd term.

    We simply can’t afford 4 more years of Obama.

    Purity of thought is meaningless if it isn’t backed up by action.
    Purity of intent is meaningless if it isn’t backed up by action.

    Vote for Romney and vote for the best man on the ballot. Don’t play the purist or martyr who can’t pull the lever for either.

    Or you can go ahead and play the virtuous martyr but you’re no better morally than the liberal who plays victim and refuses to pull himself or herself up by his or her bootstraps.

    Sometimes life deals us a crappy hand and we have to make do with w

  • October 6, 2012 at 1:29am

    I guess I am torn. On the one hand. I think Toure’s words are despicable. People like him keep hate alive by continually re-asserting that racism exists. And these racist phantasms and he and his ilk see behind every word every nuance. It’s really laughable and despicable because they are trying to cow us into what Ayn Rand would call the sanction of the victim.

    Where we, the normal people, give in to their nonsense and play the “politically correct” game and try to walk on eggshells so as not to offend.

    I can’t figure out what is the most appropriate course of action aside from not watching MSNBC.

    This afternoon I was at a car dealership waiting for my car to be looked at and they had MSNBC on the TV and I couldn’t change the channel from the waiting room. This was a choice that had to be made from somewhere upstairs. So I asked the other customer if it was ok to mute the TV and he was totally cool with it.

    But I cherish free speech. I would like for MSNBC to learn that Toure’s comments like this are despicable and hate mongering.

    Do I write to MSNBC and complain?
    Do I hunt down the MSNBC advertisers and tell them Toure is an ass and I won’t support their products so long as they support him? that kind of sounds like the hate mongering that was directed at Beck.

    fight hate mongering with hate mongering? doesn’t sound right.

    Just wondering what others think is a good idea.

    Is Toure’s hate speech ok because of freedom of speech?

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  • October 6, 2012 at 1:19am

    Careful there, BTERI,

    I like all of your points except the following:
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    if there are any outbursts, any people hurt due to racial anger inspired by the vitriol of people like Toure and Bashir they will have blood on their hands and should be held accountable.
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    I’d caution that you might be falling into the liberal trap of claiming that those who fly into a rage and commit violence are not at fault for their actions — They’re simply victims of the OTHER PERSON’S hateful speech.

    yeah right. . . and people don’t kill people . . .guns do =P

    you see what I did there? ;-)

    we must be vigilant lest we fall for the same lazy logic that morons like Toure try to apply.

    or what’s the other liberal straw man?

    “this stupid despicable video . . . .blah blah blah . . ..caused the people of faith to ‘rise up’ in a hot mob of fury and slay someone who was absolutely not responsible for the existence of that video.”

    yeah . . .. that’s it! that’s the ticket!

    NOT