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  posted on 11/10/2015 at 10:50 PM
"Welfare cheat Ron"

Again another baseless slander from our resident troll.

Why you haven't been banned is beyond me.


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  posted on 11/11/2015 at 09:24 AM
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"Welfare cheat Ron"

Again another baseless slander from our resident troll.

Why you haven't been banned is beyond me.


Pedophile muledouche.


In Muleman's defense you DO look like a welfare recipient, but whether you ever cheated that program or not he'd have no way of knowing for sure.


How does Ron "look like a welfare recipient" to you?

 

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  posted on 11/11/2015 at 10:43 AM
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"Welfare cheat Ron"

Again another baseless slander from our resident troll.

Why you haven't been banned is beyond me.


Pedophile muledouche.


In Muleman's defense you DO look like a welfare recipient, but whether you ever cheated that program or not he'd have no way of knowing for sure.


How does Ron "look like a welfare recipient" to you?

Unkempt. Maybe it's just a hygiene issue and not a matter of economic status. A lot of times though, these traits are related. For example, it's hard to get a good paying job when you smell a certain way.

Interesting. You think Ron is unkempt (and probably smells) and therefore can't get a "good paying job" and therefore is on welfare. Do you know Ron personally or are you getting all that just from what he has posted here?

 

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  posted on 11/11/2015 at 11:46 AM
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"Welfare cheat Ron"

Again another baseless slander from our resident troll.

Why you haven't been banned is beyond me.


Pedophile muledouche.


In Muleman's defense you DO look like a welfare recipient, but whether you ever cheated that program or not he'd have no way of knowing for sure.


How does Ron "look like a welfare recipient" to you?

Unkempt. Maybe it's just a hygiene issue and not a matter of economic status. A lot of times though, these traits are related. For example, it's hard to get a good paying job when you smell a certain way.

Interesting. You think Ron is unkempt (and probably smells) and therefore can't get a "good paying job" and therefore is on welfare. Do you know Ron personally or are you getting all that just from what he has posted here?

Hey before we get too far into this, did you catch where PhotoRon called Muleman a pedophile just then?

There's that selective self-righteousness I was talking about just yesterday.

Would you rather be called smelly or a pedophile? Most people would agree one way I think, yet here you are lecturing me not him...

Anyhow, back to your question -- I just assume he is smelly and poor based on what I've seen him post here. Have you ever met him, can you confirm?


Was I lecturing you? That's not what I call it, but whatever.

Anyway, those two have called each other a lot of names. Why you feel the need to jump into the middle of it is beyond me, but I guess you just saw it as another chance to be all sanctimonious and do your typical finger wag at someone. Must make you feel good to do that, I guess, because it is all you do.

 

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  posted on 11/11/2015 at 01:00 PM
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Look, I don't want to go on and on here

Could have fooled me.

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but every single interaction you and I have had here has been YOU wagging your finger at ME. So you are almost looking in a mirror on this one. Not sure if you realize that or not.

Of course I realize it. Apparently you don't like it very much, which is the point.

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Also, I don't know about you but I have seen enough of Muleman to know he is to be held to a much lower standard than anyone here include Photoron, so as far as their back and forth is concerned I could care less what Muleman said. Which even he didn't stoop to call anyone a freakin' pedophile, possibly a new WP low. But then again maybe you know more about Photoron than I, and expect such things.

I wouldn't call that a new WP low, I happen to think muile deserves whatever he gets because he's earned it. YMMV

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You're absolutely right about me, though. I have zero interest in dumbed-down political chat (I almost made the mistake of using the word "debate", a word I reserve for more intellectual settings), I post here about music and bad behavior and that's about it.

WTF are you doing in the WP then? All it is is political stuff and bad behavior. Yet for some reason you keep coming in here and scolding people, as if it matters. Look, you can post whatever you want, and people can react to it however they want. But what I see from you now is hypocrisy and bizarre behavior.

 

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So, back on topic...

Last night Dr. Carson said this:

“Every time we raise the minimum wage, the number of jobless people increases. This is particularly a problem in the black community. Only 19.8 percent of black teenagers have a job, or are looking for one. And that's because of those high wages. If you lower those wages, that comes down.”

What is real:

The unemployment rate for black teens was 43 percent as recently as 2013. That’s high, but nowhere near the 80.2 percent unemployement rate that Carson cited.

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Last night Dr. Carson also said this:

“I would not raise it. I would not raise it specifically because I'm interested in making sure that people are able to enter the job market and take advantage of opportunities.”

What he said in May when asked about minimum wage in an interview with CNBC’s John Harwood:

“I think, probably, it should be higher than now.”

---------------------

Last night Dr. Carson also said this:

"This country declared its independence in 1776 - in less than 100 years, it was the number one economic power in the world, and the reason was because we had an atmosphere that encouraged entrepreneurial risk taking and capital investment."

What really happened:

While he might not be wrong, he did overlook one critical factor in the economic "atmosphere" of the day: slaves

From mic.com...

"In the pre-Civil War United States, a stronger case can be made that slavery played a critical role in economic development," notes the Gilder Lehrman Institue of American History. "One crop, slave-grown cotton provided over half of all U.S. export earnings. By 1840, the South grew 60% of the world's cotton and provided some 70% of the cotton consumed by the British textile industry. Thus slavery paid for a substantial share of the capital, iron, and manufactured good that laid the basis for American economic growth."

It's really not a coincidence that the U.S.' monumental economic growth during that time span corresponded with the legality of owning human beings for the purpose of forced labor.

As National Geographic points out, there were few sectors of the U.S. economy untouched by slavery. While slaves predominantly worked in agricultural jobs in the antebellum South, they also worked in factories, were domestic servants. and as skilled laborers like "carpenters, stonemasons, blacksmiths, millers, coopers, spinners, and weavers."

Slavery in the southern half of the country helped enable the north's industrialization, forming the basis of the young country's agricultural production.

"The returns from cotton monopoly powered the modernization of the rest of the American economy, and by the time of the Civil War, the United States had become the second nation to undergo large-scale industrialization," wrote historian Edward E. Baptist. "In fact, slavery's expansion shaped every crucial aspect of the economy and politics of the new nation—not only increasing its power and size, but also, eventually, dividing U.S. politics, differentiating regional identities and interests, and helping to make civil war possible."

The concentration of American wealth in slaves can "conservatively be described as large," argue economists Samuel H. Williamson and Louis P. Cain. According to their estimates, in the years 1850 and 1860, slave holdings comprised nearly half of Southern wealth.

Though some economists argue that slavery was ultimately inefficient in economic terms, forced labor in the form of slaves were a key component of the system of free enterprise Carson described during the debate. His statement that "entrepreneurial risk taking and capital investment" were key to American growth are not inaccurate. But he's definitely overlooking who took on most of those risks, as well as what exactly many Americans were investing in.

[Edited on 11/11/2015 by gondicar]

 

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  posted on 11/11/2015 at 05:36 PM
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So, back on topic...

Last night Dr. Carson said this:

“Every time we raise the minimum wage, the number of jobless people increases. This is particularly a problem in the black community. Only 19.8 percent of black teenagers have a job, or are looking for one. And that's because of those high wages. If you lower those wages, that comes down.”

What is real:

The unemployment rate for black teens was 43 percent as recently as 2013. That’s high, but nowhere near the 80.2 percent unemployement rate that Carson cited.

----------------------

Last night Dr. Carson also said this:

“I would not raise it. I would not raise it specifically because I'm interested in making sure that people are able to enter the job market and take advantage of opportunities.”

What he said in May when asked about minimum wage in an interview with CNBC’s John Harwood:

“I think, probably, it should be higher than now.”

---------------------

Last night Dr. Carson also said this:

"This country declared its independence in 1776 - in less than 100 years, it was the number one economic power in the world, and the reason was because we had an atmosphere that encouraged entrepreneurial risk taking and capital investment."

What really happened:

While he might not be wrong, he did overlook one critical factor in the economic "atmosphere" of the day: slaves

From mic.com...

"In the pre-Civil War United States, a stronger case can be made that slavery played a critical role in economic development," notes the Gilder Lehrman Institue of American History. "One crop, slave-grown cotton provided over half of all U.S. export earnings. By 1840, the South grew 60% of the world's cotton and provided some 70% of the cotton consumed by the British textile industry. Thus slavery paid for a substantial share of the capital, iron, and manufactured good that laid the basis for American economic growth."

It's really not a coincidence that the U.S.' monumental economic growth during that time span corresponded with the legality of owning human beings for the purpose of forced labor.

As National Geographic points out, there were few sectors of the U.S. economy untouched by slavery. While slaves predominantly worked in agricultural jobs in the antebellum South, they also worked in factories, were domestic servants. and as skilled laborers like "carpenters, stonemasons, blacksmiths, millers, coopers, spinners, and weavers."

Slavery in the southern half of the country helped enable the north's industrialization, forming the basis of the young country's agricultural production.

"The returns from cotton monopoly powered the modernization of the rest of the American economy, and by the time of the Civil War, the United States had become the second nation to undergo large-scale industrialization," wrote historian Edward E. Baptist. "In fact, slavery's expansion shaped every crucial aspect of the economy and politics of the new nation—not only increasing its power and size, but also, eventually, dividing U.S. politics, differentiating regional identities and interests, and helping to make civil war possible."

The concentration of American wealth in slaves can "conservatively be described as large," argue economists Samuel H. Williamson and Louis P. Cain. According to their estimates, in the years 1850 and 1860, slave holdings comprised nearly half of Southern wealth.

Though some economists argue that slavery was ultimately inefficient in economic terms, forced labor in the form of slaves were a key component of the system of free enterprise Carson described during the debate. His statement that "entrepreneurial risk taking and capital investment" were key to American growth are not inaccurate. But he's definitely overlooking who took on most of those risks, as well as what exactly many Americans were investing in.

[Edited on 11/11/2015 by gondicar]


Good post. None of what Carson says or contradicts himself should surprise at this stage. The more I read about him, the more I watch him in debates and interviews, the more I'm curious what it is that people see in him. Having a nice gentleman persona is not good enough, or so I thought. Yet there he is at the top of the GOP ladder at this stage. He is very underwhelming on delivery. Where's the beef, Ben?

Last night I thought Carson was one of the weakest candidates on stage. He was dwarfed by Rubio, Paul, and Kasich on detail and substance. All three were far superior to him on knowledge of subject matter & being able to frame answers and keeping an issue going. Note that Gentle Ben never threw himself into the mix of things. IMO, it was because his expertise did not lend itself to the discussions. I believe that to be the case as opposed to being his strategy. As time moves forward, the numbers on stage get whittled down, & if the doctor is still standing then he will be put in a position of having to address issues outside of his comfort zone.

I have said it before, and I'll say it again - if he becomes the candidate for the GOP and debates Mrs. Clinton, she will have him for lunch. Whether you like her or not, one only needs to look at the Benghazi Hearings. Her ability to easily handle an entire team of GOP prosecutors for 10 hours will make a 2 hour debate with Carson seem like a walk in the park. Her ability to articulate ideas and her subject matter knowledge is light years beyond that of Carson.

 

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  posted on 11/11/2015 at 06:04 PM
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So, back on topic...

Last night Dr. Carson said this:

“Every time we raise the minimum wage, the number of jobless people increases. This is particularly a problem in the black community. Only 19.8 percent of black teenagers have a job, or are looking for one. And that's because of those high wages. If you lower those wages, that comes down.”

What is real:

The unemployment rate for black teens was 43 percent as recently as 2013. That’s high, but nowhere near the 80.2 percent unemployement rate that Carson cited.

----------------------

Last night Dr. Carson also said this:

“I would not raise it. I would not raise it specifically because I'm interested in making sure that people are able to enter the job market and take advantage of opportunities.”

What he said in May when asked about minimum wage in an interview with CNBC’s John Harwood:

“I think, probably, it should be higher than now.”

---------------------

Last night Dr. Carson also said this:

"This country declared its independence in 1776 - in less than 100 years, it was the number one economic power in the world, and the reason was because we had an atmosphere that encouraged entrepreneurial risk taking and capital investment."

What really happened:

While he might not be wrong, he did overlook one critical factor in the economic "atmosphere" of the day: slaves

From mic.com...

"In the pre-Civil War United States, a stronger case can be made that slavery played a critical role in economic development," notes the Gilder Lehrman Institue of American History. "One crop, slave-grown cotton provided over half of all U.S. export earnings. By 1840, the South grew 60% of the world's cotton and provided some 70% of the cotton consumed by the British textile industry. Thus slavery paid for a substantial share of the capital, iron, and manufactured good that laid the basis for American economic growth."

It's really not a coincidence that the U.S.' monumental economic growth during that time span corresponded with the legality of owning human beings for the purpose of forced labor.

As National Geographic points out, there were few sectors of the U.S. economy untouched by slavery. While slaves predominantly worked in agricultural jobs in the antebellum South, they also worked in factories, were domestic servants. and as skilled laborers like "carpenters, stonemasons, blacksmiths, millers, coopers, spinners, and weavers."

Slavery in the southern half of the country helped enable the north's industrialization, forming the basis of the young country's agricultural production.

"The returns from cotton monopoly powered the modernization of the rest of the American economy, and by the time of the Civil War, the United States had become the second nation to undergo large-scale industrialization," wrote historian Edward E. Baptist. "In fact, slavery's expansion shaped every crucial aspect of the economy and politics of the new nation—not only increasing its power and size, but also, eventually, dividing U.S. politics, differentiating regional identities and interests, and helping to make civil war possible."

The concentration of American wealth in slaves can "conservatively be described as large," argue economists Samuel H. Williamson and Louis P. Cain. According to their estimates, in the years 1850 and 1860, slave holdings comprised nearly half of Southern wealth.

Though some economists argue that slavery was ultimately inefficient in economic terms, forced labor in the form of slaves were a key component of the system of free enterprise Carson described during the debate. His statement that "entrepreneurial risk taking and capital investment" were key to American growth are not inaccurate. But he's definitely overlooking who took on most of those risks, as well as what exactly many Americans were investing in.

[Edited on 11/11/2015 by gondicar]


Good post. None of what Carson says or contradicts himself should surprise at this stage. The more I read about him, the more I watch him in debates and interviews, the more I'm curious what it is that people see in him. Having a nice gentleman persona is not good enough, or so I thought. Yet there he is at the top of the GOP ladder at this stage. He is very underwhelming on delivery. Where's the beef, Ben?

Last night I thought Carson was one of the weakest candidates on stage. He was dwarfed by Rubio, Paul, and Kasich on detail and substance. All three were far superior to him on knowledge of subject matter & being able to frame answers and keeping an issue going. Note that Gentle Ben never threw himself into the mix of things. IMO, it was because his expertise did not lend itself to the discussions. I believe that to be the case as opposed to being his strategy. As time moves forward, the numbers on stage get whittled down, & if the doctor is still standing then he will be put in a position of having to address issues outside of his comfort zone.

I have said it before, and I'll say it again - if he becomes the candidate for the GOP and debates Mrs. Clinton, she will have him for lunch. Whether you like her or not, one only needs to look at the Benghazi Hearings. Her ability to easily handle an entire team of GOP prosecutors for 10 hours will make a 2 hour debate with Carson seem like a walk in the park. Her ability to articulate ideas and her subject matter knowledge is light years beyond that of Carson.


I think people like Carson because they see him as a smart man with strong Christian values, as well as being an outsider. Of course some of the same people who say Obama didn't have enough experience to be president, and at least one person on this forum who seem to think Hillary doesn't have enough experience to be president, don't seem to be at all concerned that Carson has never had any kind of experience as an elected representative or have any relevant experience to be a president. If Carson comes out as the GOP candidate, I have a hard time believing that he will be able to beat Hillary despite what the polls might show at the moment.

 

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  posted on 11/12/2015 at 08:16 AM
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"Welfare cheat Ron"

Again another baseless slander from our resident troll.

Why you haven't been banned is beyond me.


Pedophile muledouche.


In Muleman's defense you DO look like a welfare recipient, but whether you ever cheated that program or not he'd have no way of knowing for sure.

Calling him a pedophile was classy, I hope you feel like you guys are even now. Even he never stooped THAT low.



Tit for tat.

He calls me the sh!t that he does, it works both ways.

 

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  posted on 11/12/2015 at 02:18 PM
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So, back on topic...

Last night Dr. Carson said this:

“Every time we raise the minimum wage, the number of jobless people increases. This is particularly a problem in the black community. Only 19.8 percent of black teenagers have a job, or are looking for one. And that's because of those high wages. If you lower those wages, that comes down.”

What is real:

The unemployment rate for black teens was 43 percent as recently as 2013. That’s high, but nowhere near the 80.2 percent unemployement rate that Carson cited.

----------------------

Last night Dr. Carson also said this:

“I would not raise it. I would not raise it specifically because I'm interested in making sure that people are able to enter the job market and take advantage of opportunities.”

What he said in May when asked about minimum wage in an interview with CNBC’s John Harwood:

“I think, probably, it should be higher than now.”

---------------------

Last night Dr. Carson also said this:

"This country declared its independence in 1776 - in less than 100 years, it was the number one economic power in the world, and the reason was because we had an atmosphere that encouraged entrepreneurial risk taking and capital investment."

What really happened:

While he might not be wrong, he did overlook one critical factor in the economic "atmosphere" of the day: slaves

From mic.com...

"In the pre-Civil War United States, a stronger case can be made that slavery played a critical role in economic development," notes the Gilder Lehrman Institue of American History. "One crop, slave-grown cotton provided over half of all U.S. export earnings. By 1840, the South grew 60% of the world's cotton and provided some 70% of the cotton consumed by the British textile industry. Thus slavery paid for a substantial share of the capital, iron, and manufactured good that laid the basis for American economic growth."

It's really not a coincidence that the U.S.' monumental economic growth during that time span corresponded with the legality of owning human beings for the purpose of forced labor.

As National Geographic points out, there were few sectors of the U.S. economy untouched by slavery. While slaves predominantly worked in agricultural jobs in the antebellum South, they also worked in factories, were domestic servants. and as skilled laborers like "carpenters, stonemasons, blacksmiths, millers, coopers, spinners, and weavers."

Slavery in the southern half of the country helped enable the north's industrialization, forming the basis of the young country's agricultural production.

"The returns from cotton monopoly powered the modernization of the rest of the American economy, and by the time of the Civil War, the United States had become the second nation to undergo large-scale industrialization," wrote historian Edward E. Baptist. "In fact, slavery's expansion shaped every crucial aspect of the economy and politics of the new nation—not only increasing its power and size, but also, eventually, dividing U.S. politics, differentiating regional identities and interests, and helping to make civil war possible."

The concentration of American wealth in slaves can "conservatively be described as large," argue economists Samuel H. Williamson and Louis P. Cain. According to their estimates, in the years 1850 and 1860, slave holdings comprised nearly half of Southern wealth.

Though some economists argue that slavery was ultimately inefficient in economic terms, forced labor in the form of slaves were a key component of the system of free enterprise Carson described during the debate. His statement that "entrepreneurial risk taking and capital investment" were key to American growth are not inaccurate. But he's definitely overlooking who took on most of those risks, as well as what exactly many Americans were investing in.

[Edited on 11/11/2015 by gondicar]



"In fact, slavery's expansion shaped every crucial aspect of the economy and politics of the new nation—not only increasing its power and size, but also, eventually, dividing U.S. politics, differentiating regional identities and interests, and helping to make civil war possible."


It is an interesting point of view that none of the other candidates have spoken of, slavery built the US economy. When Lincoln freed the slaves, they came north and worked in factories building the manufacturing industry in this country. Now we use migrant labor for the agricultural business and underpaid regular workers to prop up big business and help them make millions. The new slaves are just paid better, have better housing, and think they are living the American dream.

 

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  posted on 11/12/2015 at 02:42 PM
Poor Ron…

Anyone noticed that Ron does not post anything, in any thread t that actually pertains to that thread?

He active looks for my posts and unleashes his personal attacks. That alone should tell you much about the character of the man.

He in fact does this in other forums outside of the WP. He takes classless shots at me in my B&P offers as well. Most people know that just not done outside of the WP. Manners and decorum are appropriate and expected. Many people seeing his inappropriate posts in my offers and PM me with “Ignore Ron, he is a longtime ass here” and other similar remarks.
Ron has gone so far to wondering why I have not been banned. Free speech is a right extended to all people.

Ron is one of those people who have to hate, an all too common and recognized personality disorder.

There is only one way so solves such problems. Stop it.

Throw personal attacks at me and I will respond. Stop it and I would have no justifiable reason to return fire.

Now, if you to really have some fun sit back and watch the posts to come.

 

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More lies from the muleman #nosuprise

 

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  posted on 11/12/2015 at 03:09 PM
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More lies from the muleman #nosuprise

_________________________________________________________________________

No specificity. Just another empty personal attack.
Is it that hard for you to state exactly what you call a lie or is it your incessant need to hate?


 

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More lies from the muleman #nosuprise

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No specificity. Just another empty personal attack.
Is it that hard for you to state exactly what you call a lie or is it your incessant need to hate?




Not a personal attack, just a fact. You lie like a rug.

 

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  posted on 11/12/2015 at 03:34 PM
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More lies from the muleman #nosuprise

_________________________________________________________________________

No specificity. Just another empty personal attack.
Is it that hard for you to state exactly what you call a lie or is it your incessant need to hate?




Not a personal attack, just a fact. You lie like a rug.

__________________________________________________________________________

Like I said, no specificity.
You claim I lied but never stated what you claim is a lie.

Another empty post from someone consumed by hate.

 

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  posted on 11/12/2015 at 03:37 PM
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More lies from the muleman #nosuprise

_________________________________________________________________________

No specificity. Just another empty personal attack.
Is it that hard for you to state exactly what you call a lie or is it your incessant need to hate?




Not a personal attack, just a fact. You lie like a rug.

__________________________________________________________________________

Like I said, no specificity.
You claim I lied but never stated what you claim is a lie.

Another empty post from someone consumed by hate.


All you do is lie. Non stop. Lies. All of it.

 

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  posted on 11/12/2015 at 03:39 PM
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More lies from the muleman #nosuprise

_________________________________________________________________________

No specificity. Just another empty personal attack.
Is it that hard for you to state exactly what you call a lie or is it your incessant need to hate?




Not a personal attack, just a fact. You lie like a rug.

__________________________________________________________________________

Like I said, no specificity.
You claim I lied but never stated what you claim is a lie.

Another empty post from someone consumed by hate.


All you do is lie. Non stop. Lies. All of it.

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And again you are unable to state what you claim is a lie.


 

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More lies from the muleman #nosuprise

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No specificity. Just another empty personal attack.
Is it that hard for you to state exactly what you call a lie or is it your incessant need to hate?




Not a personal attack, just a fact. You lie like a rug.

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Like I said, no specificity.
You claim I lied but never stated what you claim is a lie.

Another empty post from someone consumed by hate.


All you do is lie. Non stop. Lies. All of it.

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And again you are unable to state what you claim is a lie.



Liar.

 

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More lies from the muleman #nosuprise

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No specificity. Just another empty personal attack.
Is it that hard for you to state exactly what you call a lie or is it your incessant need to hate?




Not a personal attack, just a fact. You lie like a rug.

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Like I said, no specificity.
You claim I lied but never stated what you claim is a lie.

Another empty post from someone consumed by hate.


All you do is lie. Non stop. Lies. All of it.

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And again you are unable to state what you claim is a lie.



Liar.

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Gondicar are you simply incapable or just unwilling to craft an argument to something you disagree?
Are you so blinded by hate you cannot engage?


 

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  posted on 11/12/2015 at 04:08 PM
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More lies from the muleman #nosuprise

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No specificity. Just another empty personal attack.
Is it that hard for you to state exactly what you call a lie or is it your incessant need to hate?




Not a personal attack, just a fact. You lie like a rug.

__________________________________________________________________________

Like I said, no specificity.
You claim I lied but never stated what you claim is a lie.

Another empty post from someone consumed by hate.


All you do is lie. Non stop. Lies. All of it.

______________________________________________________________________

And again you are unable to state what you claim is a lie.



Liar.

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Gondicar are you simply incapable or just unwilling to craft an argument to something you disagree?
Are you so blinded by hate you cannot engage?



Talk about pot calling the kettle black. I've crafted dozens of arguments to refute your lies and you always ignore them or just dismiss them without discussion.

 

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More lies from the muleman #nosuprise

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No specificity. Just another empty personal attack.
Is it that hard for you to state exactly what you call a lie or is it your incessant need to hate?




Not a personal attack, just a fact. You lie like a rug.

__________________________________________________________________________

Like I said, no specificity.
You claim I lied but never stated what you claim is a lie.

Another empty post from someone consumed by hate.


All you do is lie. Non stop. Lies. All of it.

______________________________________________________________________

And again you are unable to state what you claim is a lie.



Liar.

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Gondicar are you simply incapable or just unwilling to craft an argument to something you disagree?
Are you so blinded by hate you cannot engage?



Talk about pot calling the kettle black. I've crafted dozens of arguments to refute your lies and you always ignore them or just dismiss them without discussion.


He does it to everyone.

Post a photo from Mother Jones showing a blue sky and he'll either change the subject or tell you what a partisan non-credible source you have used.

Then he'll insult you and wait for a response.

If you do respond, his buddy perryboyton will complain about your response.

Tag team trolls.

 

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  posted on 11/13/2015 at 12:54 PM
http://www.esquire.com/news-politics/politics/news/a39579/ben-carson-debunk ed-west-point/

 

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  posted on 11/13/2015 at 01:21 PM
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http://www.esquire.com/news-politics/politics/news/a39579/ben-carson- debunked-west-point/

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Esquire Magazine. This is you source of information?
No wonder you haven't a clue.

 

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http://www.esquire.com/news-politics/politics/news/a39579 /ben-carson-debunked-west-point/

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Esquire Magazine. This is you source of information?
No wonder you haven't a clue.


At first I thought it was a joke but then I see he posted that link in 2 places.

Esquire. Fashion magazine. Hahahahahahahaaaa....

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Admittedly the ladies do like a Sharp Dressed Man.

 

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http://www.esquire.com/news-politics/politics/news/a39579 /ben-carson-debunked-west-point/

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Esquire Magazine. This is you source of information?
No wonder you haven't a clue.


At first I thought it was a joke but then I see he posted that link in 2 places.

Esquire. Fashion magazine. Hahahahahahahaaaa....
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You are a very consistent guy. I checked your comments on music posts and they are in the same negative vein you post here. You are kinda like Trump. To you all ABB fans are stupid and should be constantly reminded of this fact. Gregg in a demonstration of incredible emotion mentions Dickey and you suggest someone put Gregg up to it to feed the stupid fan base.

Esquire is a Men's magazine for men whose maleness is defined by an interest in arts, music, culture and intellectual affairs.

All you and muleman are doing is attacking the source whatever the source might be. Give us a few paragraphs on Esquire or Politico. Give us some substance!

 
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