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Not ONE Quote From Vice-President Pence, But Rudy and The Lie-site New York Times, KNOWS What He Thinks
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AlleyCat
2021-01-14 02:51:51 UTC
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On Wed, 13 Jan 2021 12:32:49 -0800, Rudy Canoza SAYS...
https://www.nytimes.com/2021/01/12/us/politics/mike-pence-trump.html?action=click&module=Spotlight&pgtype=Homepage
A bullshit liesite.

https://duckduckgo.com/?q=hisotry+of+new+york+times+lies&t=h_&ia=web

============================================================================

Fear of "The Other"

According to A.J. Marsden, assistant professor of psychology and human services
at Beacon College in Leesburg, Florida, one reason Rudy hates is because he
fears things that are different from himself.

Behavioral researcher Patrick Wanis, cites the in-group out-group theory, which
posits that when Rudy feels threatened by perceived outsiders, he instinctively
turns toward our in-group-those with whom Rudy identifies as a survival
mechanism.

Wanis explains, "Hatred is driven by two key emotions of love and aggression:
One love for the in-group-the group that is favored; and two, aggression for
the out-group-the group that has been deemed as being different, dangerous, and
a threat to the in-group."

Fear of Himself

According to Washington, D.C., clinical psychologist Dana Harron, the things
Rudy hates about others, are the things that he fears within himself. She
suggests thinking about the targeted group or person as a movie screen onto
which Rudy projects unwanted parts of the self. The idea is, "I'm not terrible;
you are."

This phenomenon is known as projection, a term coined by Freud to describe our
tendency to reject what Rudy doesn't like about himself. Psychologist Brad
Reedy further describes projection as Rudy's need to be good, which causes him
to project "badness" outward and attack it:

"Rudy developed this method to survive, for any 'badness' in him puts him at
risk for being rejected and alone. So, Rudy represses the things that he thinks
are bad (what others told him or suggested to him that was unlovable and
morally reprehensible) - and Rudy employs hate and judgment towards others.

Rudy thinks that is how one rids himself of undesirable traits, but this method
only perpetuates repression which leads to many mental health issues.

BINGO!

Lack of Self-compassion

The antidote to hate is compassion - for others as well as ourselves. Self-
compassion means that Rudy accept his whole self. "If Rudy finds part of
himself unacceptable, he tends to attack others in order to defend against the
threat," says Reedy.

"If Rudy is okay with himself, he see others' behaviors as 'about them' and can
respond with compassion. If I kept hate in my heart for [another], I would have
to hate myself as well. It is only when Rudy learns to hold himself with
compassion that Rudy may be able to demonstrate it toward others."

It fills a void

Psychologist Bernard Golden, author of Overcoming Destructive Anger: Strategies
That Work, believes that when hate involves participation in a group (like
Usenet), it may help foster a sense of connection and camaraderie that fills a
void in one's identity. He describes hatred of individuals or groups as a way
of distracting oneself from the more challenging and anxiety-provoking task of
creating one's own identity:

(BINGO! coming up)

"Acts of hate are attempts to distract oneself from feelings such as
helplessness, powerlessness, injustice, inadequacy and shame. Hate is grounded
in some sense of perceived threat. It is an attitude that can give rise to
hostility and aggression toward individuals or groups. Like much of anger, it
is a reaction to and distraction from some form of inner pain. The individual
consumed by hate may believe that the only way to regain some sense of power
over his or her pain is to preemptively strike out at others. In this context,
each moment of hate is a temporary reprieve from inner suffering."

BINGO!

Societal and Cultural Factors

The answer to why Rudy hates, according to Silvia Dutchevici, LCSW, president
and founder of the Critical Therapy Center, lies not only in our psychological
makeup or family history, but also in our cultural and political history. "Rudy
lives in a war culture that promotes violence, in which competition is a way of
life," she says.

"Rudy fears connecting because it requires us to reveal something about
himself. Rudy was taught to hate the enemy - meaning anyone different than us -
which leaves little room for vulnerability and an exploration of hate through
empathic discourse and understanding. In our current society, one is more ready
to fight than to resolve conflict. Peace is seldom the option."

What Can Rudy Do?

Hatred has to be learned, Golden says: "Rudy was born with the capacity for
aggression as well as compassion. Which tendencies Rudy embraces requires
mindful choice by individuals, families, communities and our culture in
general. The key to overcoming hate is education: at home, in schools, and in
the community."

According to Dutchevici, facing the fear of being vulnerable and utterly human
is what allows us to connect, to feel, and ultimately, to love. She suggests
creating "cracks in the system." These cracks can be as simple as connecting to
your neighbor, talking with a friend, starting a protest, or even going to
therapy and connecting with an 'Other.' It is through these acts that one can
understand hate and love."

In other words, compassion towards others is the true context that heals.
Rudy Canoza
2021-01-14 02:55:56 UTC
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After four years of tongue-biting silence that critics say enabled the
president’s worst instincts, the vice president would not yield to the pressure
and name-calling from his boss.
By Peter Baker, Maggie Haberman and Annie Karni
Jan. 12, 2021
WASHINGTON — For Vice President Mike Pence, the moment of truth had arrived.
After three years and 11 months of navigating the treacherous waters of
President Trump’s ego, after all the tongue-biting, pride-swallowing moments
where he employed strategic silence or florid flattery to stay in his boss’s
good graces, there he was being cursed by the president.
Mr. Trump was enraged that Mr. Pence was refusing to try to overturn the
election. In a series of meetings, the president had pressed relentlessly,
alternately cajoling and browbeating him. Finally, just before Mr. Pence headed
to the Capitol to oversee the electoral vote count last Wednesday, Mr. Trump
called the vice president’s residence to push one last time.
“You can either go down in history as a patriot,” Mr. Trump told him, according
to two people briefed on the conversation, “or you can go down in history as a
pussy.”
The blowup between the nation’s two highest elected officials then played out in
dramatic fashion as the president publicly excoriated the vice president at an
incendiary rally and sent agitated supporters to the Capitol where they stormed
the building — some of them chanting “Hang Mike Pence.”
Evacuated to the basement, Mr. Pence huddled for hours while Mr. Trump tweeted
out an attack on him rather than call to check on his safety.
It was an extraordinary rupture of a partnership that had survived too many
challenges to count.
The loyal lieutenant who had almost never diverged from the president, who had
finessed every other possible fracture, finally came to a decision point he
could not avoid. He would uphold the election despite the president and despite
the mob. And he would pay the price with the political base he once hoped to
harness for his own run for the White House.
“Pence had a choice between his constitutional duty and his political future,
and he did the right thing,” said John Yoo, a legal scholar consulted by Mr.
Pence’s office. “I think he was the man of the hour in many ways — for both
Democrats and Republicans. He did his duty even though he must have known, when
he did it, that that probably meant he could never become president.”
https://www.nytimes.com/2021/01/12/us/politics/mike-pence-trump.html?action=click&module=Spotlight&pgtype=Homepage
Trump is going to have to attempt to grant himself a pardon now, rather than
resigning with a promise from Pence to grant him one. I urgently hope Trump
does it, because it *guarantees* a prosecution in order to determine if it is
within the pardon power. If it is held to be invalid, then the prosecution of
Trump for numerous crimes will go forward. If it is held as valid, then there
will almost immediately be a constitutional amendment to alter the pardon power
to invalidate self-pardons.
The gold standard.
Correct.
AlleyCat
2021-01-14 03:17:38 UTC
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On Wed, 13 Jan 2021 12:32:49 -0800, Rudy Canoza SAYS...
https://www.nytimes.com/2021/01/12/us/politics/mike-pence-trump.html?action=click&module=Spotlight&pgtype=Homepage
A bullshit liesite.

https://duckduckgo.com/?q=hisotry+of+new+york+times+lies&t=h_&ia=web

Rudy's so stupid, he's incapable of having a rebuttal, so he just shows us his
IQ, by posting one word replies.

The New York Times is just another liesite. The shit standard in yellow
journalism.

The Pyrite Standard in Journalism, The New York Times Admits Massive Failure
With Its "Caliphate" Podcast

============================================================================

Fear of "The Other"

According to A.J. Marsden, assistant professor of psychology and human services
at Beacon College in Leesburg, Florida, one reason Rudy hates is because he
fears things that are different from himself.

Behavioral researcher Patrick Wanis, cites the in-group out-group theory, which
posits that when Rudy feels threatened by perceived outsiders, he instinctively
turns toward our in-group-those with whom Rudy identifies as a survival
mechanism.

Wanis explains, "Hatred is driven by two key emotions of love and aggression:
One love for the in-group-the group that is favored; and two, aggression for
the out-group-the group that has been deemed as being different, dangerous, and
a threat to the in-group."

Fear of Himself

According to Washington, D.C., clinical psychologist Dana Harron, the things
Rudy hates about others, are the things that he fears within himself. She
suggests thinking about the targeted group or person as a movie screen onto
which Rudy projects unwanted parts of the self. The idea is, "I'm not terrible;
you are."

This phenomenon is known as projection, a term coined by Freud to describe our
tendency to reject what Rudy doesn't like about himself. Psychologist Brad
Reedy further describes projection as Rudy's need to be good, which causes him
to project "badness" outward and attack it:

"Rudy developed this method to survive, for any 'badness' in him puts him at
risk for being rejected and alone. So, Rudy represses the things that he thinks
are bad (what others told him or suggested to him that was unlovable and
morally reprehensible) - and Rudy employs hate and judgment towards others.

Rudy thinks that is how one rids himself of undesirable traits, but this method
only perpetuates repression which leads to many mental health issues.

BINGO!

Lack of Self-compassion

The antidote to hate is compassion - for others as well as ourselves. Self-
compassion means that Rudy accept his whole self. "If Rudy finds part of
himself unacceptable, he tends to attack others in order to defend against the
threat," says Reedy.

"If Rudy is okay with himself, he see others' behaviors as 'about them' and can
respond with compassion. If I kept hate in my heart for [another], I would have
to hate myself as well. It is only when Rudy learns to hold himself with
compassion that Rudy may be able to demonstrate it toward others."

It fills a void

Psychologist Bernard Golden, author of Overcoming Destructive Anger: Strategies
That Work, believes that when hate involves participation in a group (like
Usenet), it may help foster a sense of connection and camaraderie that fills a
void in one's identity. He describes hatred of individuals or groups as a way
of distracting oneself from the more challenging and anxiety-provoking task of
creating one's own identity:

(BINGO! coming up)

"Acts of hate are attempts to distract oneself from feelings such as
helplessness, powerlessness, injustice, inadequacy and shame. Hate is grounded
in some sense of perceived threat. It is an attitude that can give rise to
hostility and aggression toward individuals or groups. Like much of anger, it
is a reaction to and distraction from some form of inner pain. The individual
consumed by hate may believe that the only way to regain some sense of power
over his or her pain is to preemptively strike out at others. In this context,
each moment of hate is a temporary reprieve from inner suffering."

BINGO!

Societal and Cultural Factors

The answer to why Rudy hates, according to Silvia Dutchevici, LCSW, president
and founder of the Critical Therapy Center, lies not only in our psychological
makeup or family history, but also in our cultural and political history. "Rudy
lives in a war culture that promotes violence, in which competition is a way of
life," she says.

"Rudy fears connecting because it requires us to reveal something about
himself. Rudy was taught to hate the enemy - meaning anyone different than us -
which leaves little room for vulnerability and an exploration of hate through
empathic discourse and understanding. In our current society, one is more ready
to fight than to resolve conflict. Peace is seldom the option."

What Can Rudy Do?

Hatred has to be learned, Golden says: "Rudy was born with the capacity for
aggression as well as compassion. Which tendencies Rudy embraces requires
mindful choice by individuals, families, communities and our culture in
general. The key to overcoming hate is education: at home, in schools, and in
the community."

According to Dutchevici, facing the fear of being vulnerable and utterly human
is what allows us to connect, to feel, and ultimately, to love. She suggests
creating "cracks in the system." These cracks can be as simple as connecting to
your neighbor, talking with a friend, starting a protest, or even going to
therapy and connecting with an 'Other.' It is through these acts that one can
understand hate and love."

In other words, compassion towards others is the true context that heals.
M I Wakefield
2021-01-14 03:27:32 UTC
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Post by AlleyCat
According to A.J. Marsden, assistant professor of psychology and human services
at Beacon College in Leesburg, Florida
A college for special ed students; your alma mater?
Rudy Canoza
2021-01-14 03:38:40 UTC
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After four years of tongue-biting silence that critics say enabled the
president’s worst instincts, the vice president would not yield to the pressure
and name-calling from his boss.
By Peter Baker, Maggie Haberman and Annie Karni
Jan. 12, 2021
WASHINGTON — For Vice President Mike Pence, the moment of truth had arrived.
After three years and 11 months of navigating the treacherous waters of
President Trump’s ego, after all the tongue-biting, pride-swallowing moments
where he employed strategic silence or florid flattery to stay in his boss’s
good graces, there he was being cursed by the president.
Mr. Trump was enraged that Mr. Pence was refusing to try to overturn the
election. In a series of meetings, the president had pressed relentlessly,
alternately cajoling and browbeating him. Finally, just before Mr. Pence headed
to the Capitol to oversee the electoral vote count last Wednesday, Mr. Trump
called the vice president’s residence to push one last time.
“You can either go down in history as a patriot,” Mr. Trump told him, according
to two people briefed on the conversation, “or you can go down in history as a
pussy.”
The blowup between the nation’s two highest elected officials then played out in
dramatic fashion as the president publicly excoriated the vice president at an
incendiary rally and sent agitated supporters to the Capitol where they stormed
the building — some of them chanting “Hang Mike Pence.”
Evacuated to the basement, Mr. Pence huddled for hours while Mr. Trump tweeted
out an attack on him rather than call to check on his safety.
It was an extraordinary rupture of a partnership that had survived too many
challenges to count.
The loyal lieutenant who had almost never diverged from the president, who had
finessed every other possible fracture, finally came to a decision point he
could not avoid. He would uphold the election despite the president and despite
the mob. And he would pay the price with the political base he once hoped to
harness for his own run for the White House.
“Pence had a choice between his constitutional duty and his political future,
and he did the right thing,” said John Yoo, a legal scholar consulted by Mr.
Pence’s office. “I think he was the man of the hour in many ways — for both
Democrats and Republicans. He did his duty even though he must have known, when
he did it, that that probably meant he could never become president.”
https://www.nytimes.com/2021/01/12/us/politics/mike-pence-trump.html?action=click&module=Spotlight&pgtype=Homepage
The gold standard.
Yes.
BeamMeUpScotty
2021-01-14 15:39:28 UTC
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After four years of tongue-biting silence that critics say enabled
the president’s worst instincts, the vice president would not yield
to the pressure and name-calling from his boss.
By Peter Baker, Maggie Haberman and Annie Karni
     Jan. 12, 2021
WASHINGTON — For Vice President Mike Pence, the moment of truth had
arrived. After three years and 11 months of navigating the
treacherous waters of President Trump’s ego, after all the
tongue-biting, pride-swallowing moments where he employed strategic
silence or florid flattery to stay in his boss’s good graces, there
he was being cursed by the president.
Mr. Trump was enraged that Mr. Pence was refusing to try to overturn
the election. In a series of meetings, the president had pressed
relentlessly, alternately cajoling and browbeating him. Finally, just
before Mr. Pence headed to the Capitol to oversee the electoral vote
count last Wednesday, Mr. Trump called the vice president’s residence
to push one last time.
“You can either go down in history as a patriot,” Mr. Trump told him,
according to two people briefed on the conversation, “or you can go
down in history as a pussy.”
The blowup between the nation’s two highest elected officials then
played out in dramatic fashion as the president publicly excoriated
the vice president at an incendiary rally and sent agitated
supporters to the Capitol where they stormed the building — some of
them chanting “Hang Mike Pence.”
Evacuated to the basement, Mr. Pence huddled for hours while Mr.
Trump tweeted out an attack on him rather than call to check on his
safety.
It was an extraordinary rupture of a partnership that had survived
too many challenges to count.
The loyal lieutenant who had almost never diverged from the
president, who had finessed every other possible fracture, finally
came to a decision point he could not avoid. He would uphold the
election despite the president and despite the mob. And he would pay
the price with the political base he once hoped to harness for his
own run for the White House.
“Pence had a choice between his constitutional duty and his political
future, and he did the right thing,” said John Yoo, a legal scholar
consulted by Mr. Pence’s office. “I think he was the man of the hour
in many ways — for both Democrats and Republicans. He did his duty
even though he must have known, when he did it, that that probably
meant he could never become president.”
https://www.nytimes.com/2021/01/12/us/politics/mike-pence-trump.html?action=click&module=Spotlight&pgtype=Homepage
The gold standard.
Yes.
NEVER CHOOSE/ELECT A SENATOR FOR LEADERSHIP.

And never count on a Senator for anything...

They don't have a backbone, it's removed when they're sworn into office
and will never grow back.

Just look how weak Biden is, he can't eve stand on his own, his wife is
always there as a handler to save him from himself.

Look at Kamala who will do anything for power.... be anyone's doormat.
--
That's karma

*THE FIRST CASUALTY OF WAR, IS THE TRUTH*

How can we TRUST THE GOVERNMENT certified VACCINE when we can't TRUST
THAT SAME GOVERNMENT'S certified ELECTIONS or justice system? The
Democrats and the BIG TECH CARTEL are against WE THE PEOPLE.


%
2021-01-14 03:39:04 UTC
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On Wed, 13 Jan 2021 12:32:49 -0800, Rudy Canoza SAYS...
https://www.nytimes.com/2021/01/12/us/politics/mike-pence-trump.html?action=click&module=Spotlight&pgtype=Homepage
A bullshit liesite.
https://duckduckgo.com/?q=hisotry+of+new+york+times+lies&t=h_&ia=web
============================================================================
Fear of "The Other"
According to A.J. Marsden, assistant professor of psychology and human services
at Beacon College in Leesburg, Florida, one reason Rudy hates is because he
fears things that are different from himself.
Behavioral researcher Patrick Wanis, cites the in-group out-group theory, which
posits that when Rudy feels threatened by perceived outsiders, he instinctively
turns toward our in-group-those with whom Rudy identifies as a survival
mechanism.
One love for the in-group-the group that is favored; and two, aggression for
the out-group-the group that has been deemed as being different, dangerous, and
a threat to the in-group."
Fear of Himself
According to Washington, D.C., clinical psychologist Dana Harron, the things
Rudy hates about others, are the things that he fears within himself. She
suggests thinking about the targeted group or person as a movie screen onto
which Rudy projects unwanted parts of the self. The idea is, "I'm not terrible;
you are."
This phenomenon is known as projection, a term coined by Freud to describe our
tendency to reject what Rudy doesn't like about himself. Psychologist Brad
Reedy further describes projection as Rudy's need to be good, which causes him
"Rudy developed this method to survive, for any 'badness' in him puts him at
risk for being rejected and alone. So, Rudy represses the things that he thinks
are bad (what others told him or suggested to him that was unlovable and
morally reprehensible) - and Rudy employs hate and judgment towards others.
Rudy thinks that is how one rids himself of undesirable traits, but this method
only perpetuates repression which leads to many mental health issues.
BINGO!
Lack of Self-compassion
The antidote to hate is compassion - for others as well as ourselves. Self-
compassion means that Rudy accept his whole self. "If Rudy finds part of
himself unacceptable, he tends to attack others in order to defend against the
threat," says Reedy.
"If Rudy is okay with himself, he see others' behaviors as 'about them' and can
respond with compassion. If I kept hate in my heart for [another], I would have
to hate myself as well. It is only when Rudy learns to hold himself with
compassion that Rudy may be able to demonstrate it toward others."
It fills a void
Psychologist Bernard Golden, author of Overcoming Destructive Anger: Strategies
That Work, believes that when hate involves participation in a group (like
Usenet), it may help foster a sense of connection and camaraderie that fills a
void in one's identity. He describes hatred of individuals or groups as a way
of distracting oneself from the more challenging and anxiety-provoking task of
(BINGO! coming up)
"Acts of hate are attempts to distract oneself from feelings such as
helplessness, powerlessness, injustice, inadequacy and shame. Hate is grounded
in some sense of perceived threat. It is an attitude that can give rise to
hostility and aggression toward individuals or groups. Like much of anger, it
is a reaction to and distraction from some form of inner pain. The individual
consumed by hate may believe that the only way to regain some sense of power
over his or her pain is to preemptively strike out at others. In this context,
each moment of hate is a temporary reprieve from inner suffering."
BINGO!
Societal and Cultural Factors
The answer to why Rudy hates, according to Silvia Dutchevici, LCSW, president
and founder of the Critical Therapy Center, lies not only in our psychological
makeup or family history, but also in our cultural and political history. "Rudy
lives in a war culture that promotes violence, in which competition is a way of
life," she says.
"Rudy fears connecting because it requires us to reveal something about
himself. Rudy was taught to hate the enemy - meaning anyone different than us -
which leaves little room for vulnerability and an exploration of hate through
empathic discourse and understanding. In our current society, one is more ready
to fight than to resolve conflict. Peace is seldom the option."
What Can Rudy Do?
Hatred has to be learned, Golden says: "Rudy was born with the capacity for
aggression as well as compassion. Which tendencies Rudy embraces requires
mindful choice by individuals, families, communities and our culture in
general. The key to overcoming hate is education: at home, in schools, and in
the community."
According to Dutchevici, facing the fear of being vulnerable and utterly human
is what allows us to connect, to feel, and ultimately, to love. She suggests
creating "cracks in the system." These cracks can be as simple as connecting to
your neighbor, talking with a friend, starting a protest, or even going to
therapy and connecting with an 'Other.' It is through these acts that one can
understand hate and love."
In other words, compassion towards others is the true context that heals.
all you are is quotes from everybody else
AlleyCat
2021-01-14 03:57:17 UTC
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On Wed, 13 Jan 2021 20:39:04 -0700, % SAYS...
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all you are is quotes from everybody else
No shit, shithead... 99% of OP Usenet articles, are articles SOMEONE ELSE
wrote, and replies to OPs.

You wanna see 100%?

Read Sire Cruise. 100% replies... NO original posted articles... none.

What... you think this is an outlet for original opinion articles, and everyone
writes their own opinion pieces? LOL

Read again, bonehead.

Oh wait... liberals cain't reed.

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Liberalism Really IS a Disease
%
2021-01-14 04:23:46 UTC
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On Wed, 13 Jan 2021 20:39:04 -0700, % SAYS...
Post by %
all you are is quotes from everybody else
No shit, shithead... 99% of OP Usenet articles, are articles SOMEONE ELSE
wrote, and replies to OPs.
You wanna see 100%?
Read Sire Cruise. 100% replies... NO original posted articles... none.
What... you think this is an outlet for original opinion articles, and everyone
writes their own opinion pieces? LOL
Read again, bonehead.
Oh wait... liberals cain't reed.
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Liberalism Really IS a Disease
i don't know what a liberal is but i know everything you say is a quote
AlleyCat
2021-01-14 04:34:40 UTC
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On Wed, 13 Jan 2021 21:23:46 -0700, % SAYS...
Post by %
Post by AlleyCat
Liberalism Really IS a Disease
i don't know what a liberal is but i know everything you say is a quote
No shit, stupid... anything ANYONE says, is a "quote".

OK... I'll play along.

WHO said THIS first?

"No shit, shithead... 99% of OP Usenet articles, are articles SOMEONE ELSE
wrote, and replies to OPs. You wanna see 100%? Read Sire Cruise. 100%
replies... NO original posted articles... none. What... you think this is an
outlet for original opinion articles, and everyone writes their own opinion
pieces? LOL Read again, bonehead. Oh wait... liberals cain't reed."

Clue: it wasn't Rudy.

So... "everything you say is a quote", is a lie.

[giggle]

Now, go and get back in your crib. Mommy's tired.

============================================================================

Liberalism Really IS a Disease
%
2021-01-14 15:25:55 UTC
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On Wed, 13 Jan 2021 21:23:46 -0700, % SAYS...
Post by %
Post by AlleyCat
Liberalism Really IS a Disease
i don't know what a liberal is but i know everything you say is a quote
No shit, stupid... anything ANYONE says, is a "quote".
OK... I'll play along.
WHO said THIS first?
"No shit, shithead... 99% of OP Usenet articles, are articles SOMEONE ELSE
wrote, and replies to OPs. You wanna see 100%? Read Sire Cruise. 100%
replies... NO original posted articles... none. What... you think this is an
outlet for original opinion articles, and everyone writes their own opinion
pieces? LOL Read again, bonehead. Oh wait... liberals cain't reed."
Clue: it wasn't Rudy.
So... "everything you say is a quote", is a lie.
[giggle]
Now, go and get back in your crib. Mommy's tired.
============================================================================
Liberalism Really IS a Disease
why would you feel the need to involve my mother ,
are you at the grade 3 level where kids talk about moms ,
you insult my mom because i don't know what a liberal is ,
no wonder your country has gone down the , " LOL " toilet
AlleyCat
2021-01-15 03:38:23 UTC
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On Thu, 14 Jan 2021 08:25:55 -0700, % SAYS...
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Liberalism Really IS a Disease
Now, go and get back in your crib. Mommy's tired.
you insult my mom...?
EXACT quote: "Now, go and get back in your crib. Mommy's tired."

Whatever country you're in, they did a LOUSY job of teaching you English
Comprehension. Whether you CARE or not, IS important, because if you want to
take part, you'll need to do a better job of understanding and BEING
understood, even if you're ONLY reason for being here, is to give people, like
me, a hard time. Bring it on, foreigner... I take as well as I give.

In America, saying your mommy is tired, is not an insult. Quite the opposite. I
insulted YOU, dumb ass, and wanted you to go back to your crib, and leave her
alone, so she can rest up, for your next bout of whining.

Question: if you're not American... why are you here? Do you have many
Americans in the newsgroups that have topics relevant to YOUR country?
no wonder your country has gone down the , " LOL " toilet
I have a "Hello Kitty" toilet. I didn't like the "LOL" toilet... it has a
camera. For some reason, it laughs at me when I sat down. I think Rudy put a
camera in it. He says I have a small dick and no balls, but EVERYONE knows that
a short Homunculus, like him, are the ones with the small dicks.

You are right about America but, NO ONE really has to wonder why America has
lost its luster. Since the 60s, the Democrats have used government money and
taxes to BUY the vote, give people free money and things they didn't deserve,
all the while lessening their need to self-sustain.

They call it "welfare", but WHO reaps the benefits? WHOSE "welfare" are they
looking out for?

DEMOCRAT'S.

It's not those who receive it... only the Democrats have reaped the "rewards"
of giving people free shit. Those that received the free shit, shit their beds
(made their neighborhoods into GHETTOS), long ago. WHY marry and raise kids
RIGHT, when mama-sow haz awl da monie?

They've been breeding "super-predators" (Hillary Clinton's(D) words, not mine),
since the 60s, and shitting all over our great cities. One by one, they've all
fallen into disrepair, and the Democrats have the gall to blame racism.

It MAY be racism, but it's THEIR racism, not the Republican's. It's racist to
EXPECT Blacks and Hispanics to vote for them, JUST because they were given free
shit BY the Democrats.

Detroit didn't "fall" because of racism... liberal Democrats have been running
that city since the 60s. Coincidence? No.

These "people" were granted certain rights and privileges and completely shit
on them, while fucking over America... some say forever.

It can't be "reversed", because if you try, you're branded a racist, even if
you're Black, and want your people to succeed and prosper, but not at the hands
of the Masters of the plantations... The Democrats.

What's even worse than that, is the liberals who pretend to be the "friend" of
these people, and do absolutely NOTHING FOR them, until it's time to vote.

Barack Obama didn't even do anything for Blacks.

=====

Minister Farrakhan to Obama: 'You Didn't Do Anything for Black People'
http://sandrarose.com/2016/09/minister-farrakhan-obama-didnt-anything-black-
people/

What's Obama Done for Black People? Nothing
https://www.theroot.com/whats-obama-done-for-black-people-nothing-1790891790


How Barack Obama Failed Black Americans
https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2016/12/how-barack-obama-failed-
black-americans/511358/


Obama Didn't Do Shit for Black People! | Jazmyne Drakeford



Why Obama's Presidency Didn't Lead to Black Progress
https://nypost.com/2017/06/17/why-obamas-presidency-didnt-lead-to-black-
progress/


The People V Barack Obama: What Did Obama Do For Black People?
https://risingyoungminds.com/the-people-v-barack-obama-what-did-obama-do-for-
black-people-ecee0ca2daa4


What Has Obama Really Done For The Black Community?
https://thefederalistpapers.org/us/what-has-obama-really-done-for-the-black-
community


African-Americans Didn't Do Well Under President Obama
https://www.newsmax.com/antoniomoore/obama-african-american-
wealth/2016/12/21/id/765065/
AlleyCat
2021-01-15 04:04:56 UTC
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The macro done me wrong.

On Thu, 14 Jan 2021 08:25:55 -0700, % SAYS...
Post by AlleyCat
Liberalism Really IS a Disease
Now, go and get back in your crib. Mommy's tired.
you insult my mom...?
EXACT quote: "Now, go and get back in your crib. Mommy's tired."

Whatever country you're in, they did a LOUSY job of teaching you English
Comprehension. Whether you CARE or not, IS important, because if you want to
take part, you'll need to do a better job of understanding and BEING
understood, even if you're ONLY reason for being here, is to give people, like
me, a hard time. Bring it on, foreigner... I take as well as I give.

In America, saying your mommy is tired, is not an insult. Quite the opposite. I
insulted YOU, dumb ass, and wanted you to go back to your crib, and leave her
alone, so she can rest up, for your next bout of whining.

Question: if you're not American... why are you here? Do you have many
Americans in the newsgroups that have topics relevant to YOUR country?
no wonder your country has gone down the , " LOL " toilet
I have a "Hello Kitty" toilet. I didn't like the "LOL" toilet... it has a
camera. For some reason, it laughs at me when I sat down. I think Rudy put a
camera in it. He says I have a small dick and no balls, but EVERYONE knows that
a short Homunculus, like him, are the ones with the small dicks.

You are right about America but, NO ONE really has to wonder why America has
lost its luster. Since the 60s, the Democrats have used government money and
taxes to BUY the vote, give people free money and things they didn't deserve,
all the while lessening their need to self-sustain.

They call it "welfare", but WHO reaps the benefits? WHOSE "welfare" are they
looking out for?

DEMOCRAT'S.

It's not those who receive it... only the Democrats have reaped the "rewards"
of giving people free shit. Those that received the free shit, shit their beds
(made their neighborhoods into GHETTOS), long ago. WHY marry and raise kids
RIGHT, when mama-sow haz awl da monie?

They've been breeding "super-predators" (Hillary Clinton's(D) words, not mine),
since the 60s, and shitting all over our great cities. One by one, they've all
fallen into disrepair, and the Democrats have the gall to blame racism.

It MAY be racism, but it's THEIR racism, not the Republican's. It's racist to
EXPECT Blacks and Hispanics to vote for them, JUST because they were given free
shit BY the Democrats.

Detroit didn't "fall" because of racism... liberal Democrats have been running
that city since the 60s. Coincidence? No.

These "people" were granted certain rights and privileges and completely shit
on them, while fucking over America... some say forever.

It can't be "reversed", because if you try, you're branded a racist, even if
you're Black, and want your people to succeed and prosper, but not at the hands
of the Masters of the plantations... The Democrats.

What's even worse than that, is the liberals who pretend to be the "friend" of
these people, and do absolutely NOTHING FOR them, until it's time to vote.

Barack Obama didn't even do anything for Blacks.

=====

Minister Farrakhan to Obama: 'You Didn't Do Anything for Black People'
http://sandrarose.com/2016/09/minister-farrakhan-obama-didnt-anything-black-
people/

What's Obama Done for Black People? Nothing
https://www.theroot.com/whats-obama-done-for-black-people-nothing-1790891790


How Barack Obama Failed Black Americans
https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2016/12/how-barack-obama-failed-
black-americans/511358/


Obama Didn't Do Shit for Black People! | Jazmyne Drakeford
http://youtu.be/HGtsjkg5IEU


Why Obama's Presidency Didn't Lead to Black Progress
https://nypost.com/2017/06/17/why-obamas-presidency-didnt-lead-to-black-
progress/


The People V Barack Obama: What Did Obama Do For Black People?
https://risingyoungminds.com/the-people-v-barack-obama-what-did-obama-do-for-
black-people-ecee0ca2daa4


What Has Obama Really Done For The Black Community?
https://thefederalistpapers.org/us/what-has-obama-really-done-for-the-black-
community


African-Americans Didn't Do Well Under President Obama
https://www.newsmax.com/antoniomoore/obama-african-american-
wealth/2016/12/21/id/765065/

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