“You're not worth answering. Your brain can't accept truth.”
OC4Obama4Pres on May 10, 2013 at 10:34:24
“You can't answer the charge because you can't afford to admit the truth. Your representatives vote against their own policies for no other reason than to insure this President doesn't have any accomplishments. They've even failed at this, too. You have been exposed, coward tr0II. Now go looking for easier targets like you sociopaths usually do. If you keep arguing with me, I'll just keep bloodying your ugly nose with facts.”
“As an Obama supporter you ought to be quite familiar with disappointment.”
OC4Obama4Pres on May 8, 2013 at 17:52:33
“True enough but I know what he's trying to accomplish and I'm well aware of the tactics your side uses to keep that from happening. Obstruct even when the policy is good for you or authored by YOUR elected representatives.”
“She is so annoying. Oddly her query is similar to that of the Romney camp.
Strangely, she had no issue with them when they changed facts to opinion regarding Romney's ads and statements.”
OC4Obama4Pres on May 8, 2013 at 13:03:34
“She's annoying to you because she's intelligent and tells the truth. Then you throw out this unsubstantiated charge with no date or proper citation to muddy the water. Pathetic and weak. I'm disappointed but not surprised.”
staziaw on May 8, 2013 at 12:59:05
“You need to go back and rewatch several of Ms. Maddow's shows from the election season, Steups. Ms. Maddow frequently pointed out mistakes made by PolitiFact.”
“Yes but to say that suggests US children are being taught rainbows and unicorns cause gas and rainfall. You also ignore many Indian children are being taught there are hundreds of Gods and some have multiple hands and faces of an elephant or an ape. What exactly is fantasy to you? I hope it's not religion.”
I Think on May 3, 2013 at 12:01:57
“I was taught - in school, that rainbows were gods promise that there would not be another great flood.”
“I seem to be impressing you as evidenced by the endless replies.”
Epimenides on Apr 25, 2013 at 20:18:12
“Actually, you are occupying some dead time while my dinner is heating.
Has it occurred to that there is one-to-one correspondence in this sort of dialogue? Applying your logic, we must be exceptionally impressive people or the two of us are easily "impressed."
Which do you think it is?”
“I think you learnt the meaning of irony listening to Alanis Morrissette”
Epimenides on Apr 25, 2013 at 20:24:31
“Just can't resist that pretentiousness, can you?
I wish I had half the talent and intelligence of Alanis Morisette.Do you imagine you are superior to her too?
Actually, I learned the term in high school English class when my teacher explained that the death of the strongest man in Stephen Crane's "The Open Boat" was literary irony. Its a fine short story you might enjoy if you never read it at Georgetown.”
“There you go again. Right wing? Where are you going with these assumptions?Anyway, I know HP has an obsession because they have become a blog for each Stewart episode with comic book titles like Stewart Hammers...' and 'Jon Stewart Smashes...'.It's laughable.”
“Save that for a University course because that is utterly ridiculous.”
AnswerToJob on Apr 29, 2013 at 18:20:56
“A lot like that Christian white cross coming over the hill, where only 1 country had christianity introduced without bloodshed (Norway?)? Only now you don't see the American flag bomb that hits you as collateral damage in certain countries, launched by an American in Kansas.
The common element being somebody's gonna die.”
Epimenides on Apr 25, 2013 at 13:49:06
Are you jealous of those who were able to attend college, or are you so unread that you think it makes you smarter not to be educated?
If you sincerely want to learn and make yourself a lot smarter, there are many very good free courses on the internet.”
CircusFresh on Apr 25, 2013 at 13:07:05
“Yes, bc all that higher education stands for is the utterly ridiculous...
Wow, now the foolish are actually trying to insult the educated for being educated.”