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tomtoolbag
Veteran Advisor

Re: A republican explains and admits the obvious

  Ollie-gan, write this on a brick and either have someone hit you with it, or do it yourself so that hopefully it sinks in.

 

  You have tried numerous times to goad myself and practically everybody else into some type of exchange with you that is boring to say the least, but is mostly childish or pure stupidity.

 

  I don't have a conversation with the dog s##t that I pick up out of the yard, why would I have an exchange of dialogue with you???????

ollie2655
Senior Contributor

Re: A republican explains and admits the obvious

i love it when an oba moite says he CANT debate me and you most certainly can not --so why didnt the chart think obamo was important enough to depict or do you NOT have an answer----but i see you are stupid enough not to be able to spell curse words ---almost like gooboy

Milligan Hay - Iowa d:^)
Veteran Advisor

Re: Hit your Raw Nerve??!?


tommy-droolbag scribbled }:^P:

  Yet you couldn't dispute the facts about the graph, even with your stupid photo-shopped image and pointless remark, that of course includes the usual Hitler BS. 

 

  I thought that you maybe you celebrated the election too much, or that the Iowa teapublicans cut off your internet funding.


Looks like I hit your Raw Nerve, eh, Tommy?  I have not been spending too much time on here, because I am actually working with setting up a statewide GOP program that will push the envelope to the limit on internet activities that will result in GOP wins on the next cycle and beyond.  I had a LOT of fun exposing our socialist local candidates for what they are, via the internet, and want to take what I learned to the limit.  I will let you know what I have been up to, in due time.

BTW, I know when I have hit the mark with you, when you resort to ad hominem attacks as a reply, to which, I chuckle greatly.

Have fun playing with your hammer..... don't whack your thumb with it!!!

bruce MN
Veteran Advisor

Re: Hit your Raw Nerve??!?

Craig...are you saying then that you are going under the presumption that there is another yet to be reached layer of voters out there among  independents and disgruntled Democrats that you can bring into "the movement"" in 2012?

 

The GOP operatives up here tell me that they are quite certain that for all practical purposes that they maxed out in turnout and profited from apathy on the other side much more than from the appeal of any message they may have conveyed. They'll control the state legislature for the first time in over a century and most certianly are going to put up all the hay they can, but only the Bachmanites actually believe that they have any sort of mandate. From what I've seen of them this big mass of new Republicans moving into our house and Senate are for the better part suprisingly young and rather refreshing. And the most liberal Democrats form the most dependably liberal districts survived. It was moderate Democrats who lost to other moderate Republicans in most cases.

 

Are you simply organizing and mobilizing, or are you putting together a policy platform based on what ever it may be that you have tended to stand for here that you are going to propose to prospective voters?

Milligan Hay - Iowa d:^)
Veteran Advisor

Re: New Converts


@bruce MN wrote:

Craig...are you saying then that you are going under the presumption that there is another yet to be reached layer of voters out there among  independents and disgruntled Democrats that you can bring into "the movement"" in 2012?

 

The GOP operatives up here tell me that they are quite certain that for all practical purposes that they maxed out in turnout and profited from apathy on the other side much more than from the appeal of any message they may have conveyed. They'll control the state legislature for the first time in over a century and most certainly are going to put up all the hay they can, but only the Bachmanites actually believe that they have any sort of mandate. From what I've seen of them this big mass of new Republicans moving into our house and Senate are for the better part surprisingly young and rather refreshing. And the most liberal Democrats form the most dependably liberal districts survived. It was moderate Democrats who lost to other moderate Republicans in most cases.

 

Are you simply organizing and mobilizing, or are you putting together a policy platform based on what ever it may be that you have tended to stand for here that you are going to propose to prospective voters?


The landscape is completely rife with potential converts.  Local high school kids cars are sporting about as many GOP bumper stickers as anything.  One kid even got into a bit of trouble when he parked in the school lot with a F*** Obama decal (with a cartoon kid peeing on the words)....so he parked on the street instead. (chuckle)  These kids fully understand that they are the intended targets for all the new taxes and will have to pay back all of the socialist give-a-ways that they won't even get to enjoy.

The future will indeed be brighter when the old hippies are pushing up their daisies and the young kids become the new conservative entrepreneurs of the future.

In our local county, Jackson Township in 2008 had the highest percentage of voter turnout.  They are mainly made up of traditional Democrat Catholics that are furious over the Iowa dems pushing same-sex "marriage" in Iowa.  They were the lowest in percentage in voting this cycle......I see LOTS of Democrats that might be looking to "come clean" with God, and make the switch.   I will be spending lots of time there knocking on doors in the next cycle.

I can see lots of other areas in the state much like this, and if the kids are getting fed up with the socialism.... I will be ready with websites and other social networking places to identify them and recruit them to become the new wave of Conservatives.

Just like a good Preacher, I am always on the look out for new converts. *grins*

tomtoolbag
Veteran Advisor

Re: New Converts, but they aren't buyin' your same old lies and BS

  LOL, ANOTHER Shiligan mythical story that mirrors his economic forecaster/chainsaw mechanic version of reality.

 

  Exit polling conducted on the day of the mid term elections shows that only 38% of the under 30 voters want to repeal the Affordable Care Act, versus 58% of seniors that are 65 and older. But, Shiligan's skewed view of reality is pretty different from the world that the rest of us live in, with an example below.

 

Youth Vote Against Republican Tsunami by 19 Points

 

National exit polls of more than 17,000 voters show a remarkable trend: adults age 18–29 voted against the Republican Tsunami by sixteen points (56–40). Younger adults age 18–24 were even more progressive, voting against Republicans by nineteen points (58-39). The exit polls, conducted by Edison Research in association with AP and CNN found that:

         * 18-to-29-year-olds voted for Democrats over Republicans by sixteen points (56–40)

         * 18-to-24-year-olds voted for Democrats over Republicans by nineteen points (58–39)

 

These numbers are in keeping with a trend from the previous three national elections in which young adult voters (18–29) preferred Democrats to Republicans at a much higher rate than older segments of the population—by nine points in 2004, twenty-two points in 2006 and thirty-four points in 2008.

The silver lining in yesterday's results for Democrats is that for four national elections in a row, young voters continue to be the most progressive segment of the population—and the most progressive generation on record since exit polling began in 1972.

 

And a quote that says it all:

 

I think that my generation has seen the havoc Republicans have wreaked on their society and our generation will never forget it. I hope that we lay the foundation for a new progressive, liberal majority in this country.

Kathleen Nicole O'Neal via Facebook 

 

http://www.thenation.com/blog/155794/youth-vote-against-republican-tsunami-19-points

r3020
Senior Contributor

Re: New Converts, but they aren't buyin' your same old lies and BS

Great poll. I hope the dumrats just keep the same massage  articulated by the same people. Obama, Pelosi, and Reid and the continued take over of the private industry by government, 1.3 trillion dollar deficits as far as you can see, brough to you by the likes of Charlie Rangel. That will get the young out to the polls.

GreaTOne_65
Senior Contributor

Re: New Converts, but they aren't buyin' your same old lies and BS

Well, unlike the Teagophers, WHO HAVE NO IDEAS!! The Democrats know what the people want and expect their government to do, not just for the Fat Cats, but for the working poor and the middle class. You party is lost, and have nothing to help the American people the ideology they so fervently refuse to give up.

kraft-t
Senior Advisor

Re: New Converts

I would think Catholics would be more concerned about the pediphiles in the pulpit than same sex people that want to marry.

tomtoolbag
Veteran Advisor

Re: New Converts, but they aren't buyin' your same old lies and BS

  LOL, you can keep repeating the same old crap, but due to the internet and some ticked off younger people with savvy skills in using that internet, they prove your words to be nothing more than self-serving lies.

 

  It must be quite an unnerving awakening knowing that life as you know on the gravy train will more than likely come to an end, and you'll be in the same position as numerous people that you constantly denigrate and chastise. It's looking like payback is going to be a bear, huh.