Thread: Alabama residents

OriginalGoober - 12/13/2017 at 12:48 AM


If Roy wins, just letting you know north of the mason dixon line we wont judge you like the MSM will.


jkeller - 12/13/2017 at 02:13 AM

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If Roy wins, just letting you know north of the mason dixon line we wont judge you like the MSM will.


You do not speak for anyone but yourself. Just thought I would point that out to you.


LeglizHemp - 12/13/2017 at 03:32 AM

Roy lost


jkeller - 12/13/2017 at 03:33 AM

The people of Alabama have rejected Roy Moore and the failed Trump administration. A win for democracy.


PhotoRon286 - 12/13/2017 at 03:44 AM

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If Roy wins, just letting you know north of the mason dixon line we wont judge you like the MSM will.


HAHAHHAHAAHAAA!!!!


Moron.

alabackwards actually did the right thing.


moore lost

trump backed BOTH losers in the race, first strange, then moore.

(roll)Tide has turned.

Heh heh.


crazyjoe - 12/13/2017 at 03:44 AM

My sincere congratulations to the Good People of Alabama!!!! To those who are still supporting Trump and his circus of scumbags, now may be time for some deep, heartfelt, reflective Soul searching?...........................Peace.............. joe


BrerRabbit - 12/13/2017 at 03:47 AM

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My sincere congratulations to the Good People of Alabama!!!!


They pick me up when I'm feeling blue
Now how about you?



New Jersey, Virginia, now Alabama. Even Virginia and Alabama are sick of these biblethumpin pudpounders.

[Edited on 12/13/2017 by BrerRabbit]


crazyjoe - 12/13/2017 at 04:05 AM

Yep BrerRabbit, in 2010 my 13yr old son and I took a trip to Bama, all the way from the banks of Lake Michigan, to see the Brothers, we were greeted at the venue by Randy Stephens and few other wonderful members from this site, they made us feel so welcomed and comfortable, it was literally like watching the show with Friends in my own living room............Peace.........joe


LeglizHemp - 12/13/2017 at 04:28 AM

December 12, 2017 11:13pm EST
Source close White House: "This is an earthquake... it's devastating for the President"
From CNN's Jim Acosta

A source close to the White House says tonight's result is "devastating for the President."

"This is an earthquake," the source said. "It's Virginia but on steroids."

This source put some of the blame on Steve Bannon. "The President has egg on his face," because of Bannon, the source added.

Bannon told Trump if Moore lost, Democrats would feel emboldened to go after the President on sexual harassment issues, this source who is familiar with Bannon's pleas to Trump explained.

"That's why Trump had to do this," the source continued.

"The President invested his political capital and it blew up in his face," the source added

A separate source who advises the White House said "this is bad."

"The RNC and White House political shop must feel uneasy about their futures," this source added.


BrerRabbit - 12/13/2017 at 04:59 AM

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"The President has egg on his face," because of Bannon . . .


Sure looks a lot like like egg anyway, no yolk. Comehander in (handker)Chief Chump is pretty much a glazed prison punk by now the way the vipers in his snakepit have been having their way with him.


2112 - 12/13/2017 at 09:56 AM

So the question here is how much of this was due to:

1) Moore being a sick pervert,

2) Moore's other undesirable qualities,

3) Being a general referendum on the unpopularity of Trump, or

4) Jones was a desirable candidate.

I think 1 and 3 for the most part. Moore was a deeply flawed candidate, but the fact that Trump’s endorsements went 0-2 certainly means that voters in Alabama didn't care one bit about Trump or what Trump wanted, and this in one of the most deeply red states that voted overwelmingly for Trump just a year ago. Trump’s endorsements have been on a losing streak of late, and you have to wonder if a Trump endorsement is now the kiss of death.


BoytonBrother - 12/13/2017 at 11:41 AM

You gotta love the morons that bash the "MSM", and then know exactly what's on it all the time.



[Edited on 12/13/2017 by BoytonBrother]


porkchopbob - 12/13/2017 at 02:22 PM

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So the question here is how much of this was due to:

1) Moore being a sick pervert,

2) Moore's other undesirable qualities,

3) Being a general referendum on the unpopularity of Trump, or

4) Jones was a desirable candidate.


I was wondering this too, since I don't live in Alabama. Bannon was Moore's champion back in the primary round, which says a lot about Moore's politics. It seemed the only reason Strange lost to Moore in the primary was because he was appointmed by a suddenly disgraced Governor. I'm sure, down the stretch, Trump's support helped polarize Alabama voters since there aren't many casual Trump fans left. Considering Trump's approval rating, even in Alabama, he might have done more harm by so vocally supporting Moore in the final week of the campaign while other GOP Senators denounced Moore.

Many of the gross allegations against Moore are unproven, but there are a number of them, and getting banned from a mall for inappropriate behavior is a documented fact. It's unfortunate that all of those allegations often pushed aside his many racist, anti-Constitution and tone deaf statements, because those alone should have sunk him in the primary. Even on the last day of the campaign, Moore's wife pleaded in his defense, with absolutely no self-awareness, "our lawyer is a Jew". The guy was removed from the bench twice for good reasons.

It also clouded our view of Doug Jones, who seems like he will be a perfectly able Senator. He was a long shot from the start, but as a moderate Democrat, he's just the type of centrist the Senate needs more of.

But hey, good to know Goobs doesn't judge enabling racism.

[Edited on 12/13/2017 by porkchopbob]


lukester420 - 12/13/2017 at 03:17 PM

Sanity prevails briefly. What’s funny is now Trumpolini is playing the “I told ya so, system is rigged” card, what isn’t funny is that at least a quarter of our population like goober and muleturd will buy his bs and blame this on the media instead of using common sense and blaming it on the ineptitude of the GOP. Whatever, people have a right to be delusional I suppose.


BoytonBrother - 12/13/2017 at 03:56 PM

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we wont judge you like the MSM will


Wah wah wah, cry me a river. You and Trump need to man up and stop worrying about powerless cable news outlets with only a million viewers. Smarter people would worry about the local news that reaches 200 million. But you go ahead and worry about the ones that reach 1 million. Idiot.

[Edited on 12/13/2017 by BoytonBrother]


Chain - 12/13/2017 at 04:06 PM

As pointed out by others, Trump's ineptitude and ignorance is becoming all too clear to many who previously supported him and his support for Moore may well have been, combined with other factors, what in the end propelled Jones to victory.

What will be interesting to observe is if Republican's in the House and Senate begin pealing off their support for Trump as he is becoming ever more toxic and their chances or re-election could very well hinge on how they proceed vis a vis little Donny...

The same could be said for Steve Bannon....This is the second colossal failure for him in just a few months.

[Edited on 12/13/2017 by Chain]


MartinD28 - 12/13/2017 at 05:09 PM

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So the question here is how much of this was due to:

1) Moore being a sick pervert,

2) Moore's other undesirable qualities,

3) Being a general referendum on the unpopularity of Trump, or

4) Jones was a desirable candidate.


I was wondering this too, since I don't live in Alabama. Bannon was Moore's champion back in the primary round, which says a lot about Moore's politics. It seemed the only reason Strange lost to Moore in the primary was because he was appointmed by a suddenly disgraced Governor. I'm sure, down the stretch, Trump's support helped polarize Alabama voters since there aren't many casual Trump fans left. Considering Trump's approval rating, even in Alabama, he might have done more harm by so vocally supporting Moore in the final week of the campaign while other GOP Senators denounced Moore.

Many of the gross allegations against Moore are unproven, but there are a number of them, and getting banned from a mall for inappropriate behavior is a documented fact. It's unfortunate that all of those allegations often pushed aside his many racist, anti-Constitution and tone deaf statements, because those alone should have sunk him in the primary. Even on the last day of the campaign, Moore's wife pleaded in his defense, with absolutely no self-awareness, "our lawyer is a Jew". The guy was removed from the bench twice for good reasons.

It also clouded our view of Doug Jones, who seems like he will be a perfectly able Senator. He was a long shot from the start, but as a moderate Democrat, he's just the type of centrist the Senate needs more of.

But hey, good to know Goobs doesn't judge enabling racism.

[Edited on 12/13/2017 by porkchopbob]


PCB,

Great post! You hit a bunch of very key points.


MartinD28 - 12/13/2017 at 05:19 PM

Much of this was a reflection on Trump. Trump defied the polls in his general election win over HC. But it seems the polls of his terrible favorability ratings and other misc categories are catching up to him. The results in several states can be seen as a referendum on those low numbers. Large numbers of voters are coming out to voice disapproval of the Reality TV President who represents all things "fake".

The way things are going, his numbers may hit the 20's. Would not be surprised to see him have a primary challenger if things continue with him and his self-inflicted damage. The GOP can only sit around but so long before he takes them down with him.


BrerRabbit - 12/13/2017 at 05:44 PM

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mason dixon line



Song, Song of the south
Sweet potato pie, and I shut my mouth
Gone, gone with the wind
There ain't nobody looking back again

Cotton on roadside, cotton in the ditch
We all picked the cotton but we never got rich
Daddy was a veteran, a southern democrat
They oughta get a rich man to vote like that singing

Song, song of the south
Sweet potato pie, and I shut my mouth
Gone, gone with the wind
There ain't nobody looking back again

Well somebody told us wall street fell
But we were so poor that we couldn't tell
The cotton was short, and the weeds was' tall
But Mr. Roosevelt's a'gonna save us all

Well momma got sick, and daddy got down
The county got the farm, and we moved to town
Poppa got a job with the TVA
We bought a washing machine, and then a Chevrolet

Singing
Song song of the south
Sweet potato pie, and I shut my mouth
Gone, gone with the wind
There ain't nobody looking back again ...


OriginalGoober - 12/13/2017 at 07:03 PM

If Doug Jones goes to Washington and represents the people of AL than he will do just fine with thd Trump agenda. If he ghoes to Wash to be a Schumer & Pelosi puppet than he will have to deal with the residents of his homestate.



porkchopbob - 12/13/2017 at 07:08 PM

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If Doug Jones goes to Washington and represents the people of AL than[sic] he will likely not follow thd[sic] Trump agenda. If he ghoes[sic] to Wash and works with Schumer & Pelosi, as well as across the aisle, than[sic] the residents of his homestate, which receives a massive amount of Federal aid, will benefit.


Fixed that for you. Except for your spelling.


[Edited on 12/13/2017 by porkchopbob]


LeglizHemp - 12/13/2017 at 07:34 PM

basically Moore was a flawed candidate, not because he was Republican, but because he was fukin nuts. Blacks hated some of the things he said, ie slavery. and people in his own party had a problem with him and voted in droves for a write in. i believe they followed Shelby's? advice.

as far as trump goes, he had no influence on this race. not for the 1st guy he backed or for Moore. now it is embarrassing for him i'm sure to pick 2 losers and sends a bad message to his supporters. otherwise nothing more to it, so far.


BIGV - 12/13/2017 at 07:35 PM

These threads are so funny. Someone states an opinion that is contrary to the beliefs of the same cast of characters here and the bashing and name calling begins.

This in my opinion is exactly why Trump won. No dialogue, just "Morons" & "Idiots" with the audacity to think differently.


LeglizHemp - 12/13/2017 at 07:47 PM

now steve bannon, he's got some splainin to do.


BoytonBrother - 12/13/2017 at 08:27 PM

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This in my opinion is exactly why Trump won. No dialogue, just "Morons" & "Idiots" with the audacity to think differently.


And it upsets you more when the left does it, than when the right does it. And nobody cares why.


jkeller - 12/13/2017 at 08:27 PM

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now steve bannon, he's got some splainin to do.


Which he won't do. Bannon considers this a bump in the road to tearing down the Republican Party and rebuilding it the way he wants it.His problem, much like Trump, he keeps backing the wrong candidates.


porkchopbob - 12/13/2017 at 08:43 PM

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This in my opinion is exactly why Trump won. No dialogue, just "Morons" & "Idiots" with the audacity to think differently.


You are right in a respect. Prior to 2016 we had more dialogue. But such language you refer to paraphrases Trump's own simple-minded Twitter feed. "Nasty", "flunky", "over-rated", "psycho", "dumb" are just a handful of the thoughtless, and often meaningless, insults he has shamefully spewed in the past year. I would love a more open dialogue rather than petulant insults, hopefully it will start with an able, new President.


BoytonBrother - 12/13/2017 at 08:53 PM

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No dialogue, just "Morons" & "Idiots" with the audacity to think differently.


Both sides do the same thing - this is all in your juvenile little head.


BIGV - 12/13/2017 at 09:04 PM

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No dialogue, just "Morons" & "Idiots" with the audacity to think differently.


Both sides do the same thing - this is all in your juvenile little head.


"Both sides" doing it makes it OK?..."Juvenile"...lol

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"And it upsets you more when the left does it, than when the right does it. And nobody cares why."


Not "upset"... lol, if you will read what I have written, it very clearly states that I find it "Funny"....Finding something "funny" is my tactful way of saying "pathetic"....And if I needed anyone to "care" I wouldn't look to this site...lol

And btw, your behavior is the easiest to predict, including your need to get the last word which is coming right up...because you can't help it.


2112 - 12/13/2017 at 09:04 PM

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These threads are so funny. Someone states an opinion that is contrary to the beliefs of the same cast of characters here and the bashing and name calling begins.

This in my opinion is exactly why Trump won. No dialogue, just "Morons" & "Idiots" with the audacity to think differently.


Not to mention "Crooked."


Bhawk - 12/13/2017 at 09:37 PM

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These threads are so funny. Someone states an opinion that is contrary to the beliefs of the same cast of characters here and the bashing and name calling begins.

This in my opinion is exactly why Trump won. No dialogue, just "Morons" & "Idiots" with the audacity to think differently.


OriginalGoober and Muleman1994 are here for a open, respectful dialogue?

How'd you come to that conclusion?


BIGV - 12/13/2017 at 09:56 PM

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These threads are so funny. Someone states an opinion that is contrary to the beliefs of the same cast of characters here and the bashing and name calling begins.

This in my opinion is exactly why Trump won. No dialogue, just "Morons" & "Idiots" with the audacity to think differently.


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OriginalGoober and Muleman1994 are here for a open, respectful dialogue?


I do not speak for them, so I can't say what their intentions are, I just find the responses to their posts "funny"...


porkchopbob - 12/13/2017 at 11:19 PM

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I do not speak for them, so I can't say what their intentions are, I just find the responses to their posts "funny"...


Eraybody "funny". Now you "funny" TOO.


jkeller - 12/13/2017 at 11:24 PM

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These threads are so funny. Someone states an opinion that is contrary to the beliefs of the same cast of characters here and the bashing and name calling begins.

This in my opinion is exactly why Trump won. No dialogue, just "Morons" & "Idiots" with the audacity to think differently.


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OriginalGoober and Muleman1994 are here for a open, respectful dialogue?


I do not speak for them, so I can't say what their intentions are, I just find the responses to their posts "funny"...


I find you constantly taking issue with those on the left while ignoring those same things on the right to be "funny".

I find it especially funny from a self proclaimed "Libertarian".


BIGV - 12/13/2017 at 11:34 PM

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These threads are so funny. Someone states an opinion that is contrary to the beliefs of the same cast of characters here and the bashing and name calling begins.

This in my opinion is exactly why Trump won. No dialogue, just "Morons" & "Idiots" with the audacity to think differently.


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OriginalGoober and Muleman1994 are here for a open, respectful dialogue?


I do not speak for them, so I can't say what their intentions are, I just find the responses to their posts "funny"...


I find you constantly taking issue with those on the left while ignoring those same things on the right to be "funny".

I find it especially funny from a self proclaimed "Libertarian".


Good for you my friend!


BrerRabbit - 12/14/2017 at 05:07 AM

Went back and read every post, "moron" and "idiot" was said by two posters, not a "cast of characters" and I think "moron" was repeated, maybe once. There was zero piling on, no flaming. Most of the posts were civil discourse, mostly thoughts on why Roy Moore failed. Not an insult and bashing thread at all. Until the thread tanked and became one of threads that just talks about itself and not the topic.


BoytonBrother - 12/14/2017 at 01:17 PM

Brer, that's because BIGV thinks he's somehow above it all, even though he comes on here to do the exact same thing. Every one of his posts are different ways of saying "I hate liberals", as if making that point over and over is "better". And what's wrong with calling people idiots, morons, crooked, lying, etc? Isn't that what the majority of America wants? Shouldn't we follow our leader?



[Edited on 12/14/2017 by BoytonBrother]


BIGV - 12/14/2017 at 05:45 PM

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And what's wrong with calling people idiots, morons, crooked, lying, etc?



BrerRabbit - 12/14/2017 at 10:12 PM

Nothing wrong with calling folks anything. Some of the worst insults I ever got here were from folks who are my brothers now, because I laughed and rolled out. It's the Whipping Post, last stand for free speech in all its ugly glory.

Goober is a great sport - he endured that photo thread of his lake house party with uncommon humor and dignity, better than anyone I have seen on here.

I still get to make fun of someone who still actually uses the Mason Dixon Line in serious conversation, sorry.

Nobody ever came to my defense when I was denounced as; Being Deano (in retrospect this is pretty bad), various colorful scatological references, offensive descriptions of bodily cavities ("giant gaping r*ctal crevice" can't be unread), a method of femine private hygiene, loser, r*tard, a member of the MBLA, which I had to look up and was dismayed to find out what the acronym stood for, and most of this was all from one poster. Unfortunately that poster is a humorless sociopath who doesn't know what friendship is.

Mason Dixon Line? C'mon man, it is 2017 already, let's move on.


StratDal - 12/15/2017 at 05:12 PM

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Nothing wrong with calling folks anything. Some of the worst insults I ever got here were from folks who are my brothers now, because I laughed and rolled out. It's the Whipping Post, last stand for free speech in all its ugly glory.

Goober is a great sport - he endured that photo thread of his lake house party with uncommon humor and dignity, better than anyone I have seen on here.

I still get to make fun of someone who still actually uses the Mason Dixon Line in serious conversation, sorry.

Nobody ever came to my defense when I was denounced as; Being Deano (in retrospect this is pretty bad), various colorful scatological references, offensive descriptions of bodily cavities ("giant gaping r*ctal crevice" can't be unread), a method of femine private hygiene, loser, r*tard, a member of the MBLA, which I had to look up and was dismayed to find out what the acronym stood for, and most of this was all from one poster. Unfortunately that poster is a humorless sociopath who doesn't know what friendship is.

Mason Dixon Line? C'mon man, it is 2017 already, let's move on.


"Love is everywhere. Love is everywhere."

Agree with you about "rolling with it". Basically my motto at this stage in life.

Agree with you on the Mason Dixon Line take. I know someone who still calls the Civil War "The War Of Northern Aggression"... Americans... all shapes and sizes and everything in between...

The road goes on forever!


pops42 - 12/15/2017 at 07:48 PM

Did the serial pediphile concede yet?


2112 - 12/16/2017 at 01:06 AM

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Did the serial pediphile concede yet?



No, Trump is still in office.


DougMacKenzie - 12/16/2017 at 06:37 PM

Reading he whipping post is like finding an old blanket-all worn out but still comforting. Nice to see so many long timers (oldtimers? lol) still here, still somehow connected through this legacy of great music, no matter our differences.


BrerRabbit - 12/16/2017 at 08:06 PM

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. . . an old blanket-all worn out but still comforting . . .



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