NO MO O IS TOTALLY OFF HIS GOURD (IMNSHO)

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    NO MO O IS TOTALLY OFF HIS GOURD (IMNSHO)

    Say an our father for what's left of his psyche, because it can't continue on like this.

    I understand that many repubs are still in denial or disappointed and not taking to the current political calculus very well (i.e. reports of Mitt wandering around disneyland running for mayor of main st. u.s.a.)...

    ...but eventually they need to put their big boy pajamas back on and join the rest of us trying to further the debate, not smother it with the detritus of the Ailes/Mudrdoch blatant propaganda machine.

    Because the nation is still here and will certainly be here in four years, depending in part on the scientifically-confirmed rise in global temperatures.

    It was just reported that a plurality of GOPers think that ACORN - an organization that no longer exists - "stole the election for Obama".  This is past the point of simple mockery and well into clinical depression territory.  NO MO O is clearly in their camp.

    So, have a heart, and help them (if you can), before they start defiling mailboxes as some sort of commie socialist plot.

     

     

     
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    So bascially at least 1/2 of the republican party is either stupid or crazy to accredit ACORN for Obama's victory.  What do you do with these people? 

     

     
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    You're saying NOMO is crazy as a bedbug?

    I agree, he needs a job or a hobby.

     
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    In response to DirtyWaterLover's comment:

    So bascially at least 1/2 of the republican party is either stupid or crazy to accredit ACORN for Obama's victory.  What do you do with these people? 

     




    Admit that cheap shots and denial of what went into Obama's victory is the firststep in the cure of you sore winners.

     
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    In response to WhatDoYouWantNow's comment:

    In response to NO MO O's comment:

    I see too many vested and greedy interests at stake. I suspect (nothing more) it's a global scam.



    Because the authors of over 13,000 peer reviewed articles are all conspiring. Right.

     




    Right.  Because asking a bunch of scientists who are funded by the government to study global warming, if their actually is global warming, is so arms-length.

    The only thing left is to force these scientists to join the SEIU.

    So much for peers. 

     
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    In response to BilltheKat's comment:

    You're saying NOMO is crazy as a bedbug?

    I agree, he needs a job or a hobby.




    The Boy and I do mean BOY has flipped his wig !

     
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    In response to skeeter20's comment:

    In response to WhatDoYouWantNow's comment:

    In response to NO MO O's comment:

    I see too many vested and greedy interests at stake. I suspect (nothing more) it's a global scam.



    Because the authors of over 13,000 peer reviewed articles are all conspiring. Right.

     




    Right.  Because asking a bunch of scientists who are funded by the government to study global warming, if their actually is global warming, is so arms-length.

    The only thing left is to force these scientists to join the SEIU.

    So much for peers. 




    What about scientists funded by the Koch brothers to disprove climate change?

    http://www.latimes.com/news/politics/la-pn-kochfunded-climate-change-skeptic-reverses-course-20120729,0,7372823.story

     

     
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    In response to slomag's comment:

    In response to skeeter20's comment:

    In response to WhatDoYouWantNow's comment:

    In response to NO MO O's comment:

    I see too many vested and greedy interests at stake. I suspect (nothing more) it's a global scam.



    Because the authors of over 13,000 peer reviewed articles are all conspiring. Right.

     




    Right.  Because asking a bunch of scientists who are funded by the government to study global warming, if their actually is global warming, is so arms-length.

    The only thing left is to force these scientists to join the SEIU.

    So much for peers. 




    What about scientists funded by the Koch brothers to disprove climate change?

    http://www.latimes.com/news/politics/la-pn-kochfunded-climate-change-skeptic-reverses-course-20120729,0,7372823.story

     




    Koch funded scientists?  Surely you are kidding.

     
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    If you believe that why engage him?

     
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    In response to WhichOnesPink2's comment:

    In response to MattyScornD's comment:

    Say an our father for what's left of his psyche, because it can't continue on like this.

    I understand that many repubs are still in denial or disappointed and not taking to the current political calculus very well (i.e. reports of Mitt wandering around disneyland running for mayor of main st. u.s.a.)...

    ...but eventually they need to put their big boy pajamas back on and join the rest of us trying to further the debate, not smother it with the detritus of the Ailes/Mudrdoch blatant propaganda machine.

    Because the nation is still here and will certainly be here in four years, depending in part on the scientifically-confirmed rise in global temperatures.

    It was just reported that a plurality of GOPers think that ACORN - an organization that no longer exists - "stole the election for Obama".  This is past the point of simple mockery and well into clinical depression territory.  NO MO O is clearly in their camp.

    So, have a heart, and help them (if you can), before they start defiling mailboxes as some sort of commie socialist plot.

     

     



    Hopefully it won't take as long as it did the Dems to get over Bush's re-election : )



    I'm over it.  My observation is thatthe liberals are not over Obama's win, embracing it.  Very strange.

     
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    In response to 12-Angry-Men's comment:

    In response to WhatDoYouWantNow's comment:

     

    A non-responsive question followed by a non-responsive copy/paste. I see I waste my time responding to you in a thoughtful post. I suppose I'll just have to leave 12AM to yell at you. 




    I'm done wasting my time on most of these wingnut idiots.

     

    Like the copy/paste you refer to; It's as if the arbitrary date of Jan 20th is some magic day when the incoming PotUS becomes responsible for everything that has happened before and there is a magic reset button for any policies enacted by the previous administration. Like the fact that the Fed budget runs from Oct-Oct yet these idiots try to assign blame starting on Jan 20th just because it fits their ignorant ideology rather than reality. 



    Me too.

    Four years later, Obama is still incapable of improving the situation, and somehow it is still Bush's fault.

     

    When does/did it bewcome Obama's fault?

     
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    In response to massmoderateJoe's comment:

    If you believe that why engage him?



    Because I'm a genuinely caring guy, and I think living in such a willfully impenetrable bubble is inherently damaging.  He needs help, and his pattern of posts is a soft cry for it.

    But no matter my concerns.  To he and others like him, my goodwill is just another symptom of the liberal 'disease' which threatens to "destroy american values".  

     

     
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    In response to skeeter20's comment:

    Four years later, Obama is still incapable of improving the situation, and somehow it is still Bush's fault.

     When does/did it bewcome Obama's fault?



    Part was always Bush's fault and always will be.

    Another part is Obama's fault (and always will be).

    Yet another is the part of the last 5 or 6 sessions of Congress, at least.  (The lion's share, IYAM)

    A few slivers are left over for the USSC for detonating the equivalent of an atomic bomb on the issues of campaign finance and paid access to government on behalf of special interests.

    The situation has indeed improved, whether you think so or not, and yes, the credit is shared between Obama, Congress AND Bush.

    The problem is one of dispensation and responsibility - another debate entirely.

     
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    Re: NO MO O IS TOTALLY OFF HIS GOURD (IMNSHO)

    In response to WhichOnesPink2's comment:

    In response to MattyScornD's comment:

    In response to massmoderateJoe's comment:

    If you believe that why engage him?



    Because I'm a genuinely caring guy, and I think living in such a willfully impenetrable bubble is inherently damaging.  He needs help, and his pattern of posts is a soft cry for it.

    But no matter my concerns.  To he and others like him, my goodwill is just another symptom of the liberal 'disease' which threatens to "destroy american values".  

     



    You realy think your OP is caring and goodwill? Hate to break it to you but it doesn't come across anywhere near as genuine. Just being honest.




    I feel that I could have been much harsher but dialed it back somewhat.  Tough love and all that....

     

    But yes, I do care.  It's a terrible weak spot that probably confines me to eternal "pinko" status in the eyes of some.

     

     

     

     
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