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Re: The Obama legacy: An assault on the Bill of Rights
« Reply #15 on: December 26, 2016, 11:36:29 AM »
If I would have voted for Cruz...which I would have...it would be because of his understanding and respect for the Constitution...The R would have been a drawback..In other words I would be voting for the Constitution not a man or party.

the suckers are the ones that only vote for the D or R and who the person is is irrelevant.

If I would have...I would have...I would be...

In other words you didn't vote, right?

No, the suckers are the ones that don't vote, period.

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Re: The Obama legacy: An assault on the Bill of Rights
« Reply #16 on: December 26, 2016, 12:20:45 PM »
If I would have voted for Cruz...which I would have...it would be because of his understanding and respect for the Constitution...The R would have been a drawback..In other words I would be voting for the Constitution not a man or party.

the suckers are the ones that only vote for the D or R and who the person is is irrelevant.
Does everything go over your head? Reread my post and let it sink in as to the purpose of voting in general.
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Re: The Obama legacy: An assault on the Bill of Rights
« Reply #17 on: December 26, 2016, 12:25:36 PM »
If I would have...I would have...I would be...

In other words you didn't vote, right?

No, the suckers are the ones that don't vote, period.
Hell, I'd even vote Dim if it meant killing a leftist RINO's future career in the GOP.
In fact, I did promote one over Boner and McConnel when they were up for reelection.
This kid just doesn't get it. It's not (R) or (D), it's the individual, and not voting because he thinks it emboldens the party is just silly.
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Re: The Obama legacy: An assault on the Bill of Rights
« Reply #18 on: December 26, 2016, 01:00:55 PM »
Hell, I'd even vote Dim if it meant killing a leftist RINO's future career in the GOP.
In fact, I did promote one over Boner and McConnel when they were up for reelection.
This kid just doesn't get it. It's not (R) or (D), it's the individual, and not voting because he thinks it emboldens the party is just silly.

In this day and age all an (R) or (D), will get you is more recognition in moving ahead.  The R and D is not the party's of 65 years ago. 
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Re: The Obama legacy: An assault on the Bill of Rights
« Reply #19 on: December 28, 2016, 05:26:15 PM »
Hell, I'd even vote Dim if it meant killing a leftist RINO's future career in the GOP.
In fact, I did promote one over Boner and McConnel when they were up for reelection.
This kid just doesn't get it. It's not (R) or (D), it's the individual, and not voting because he thinks it emboldens the party is just silly.
You would have done better if you just asked who I voted for instead of playing word games.

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Re: The Obama legacy: An assault on the Bill of Rights
« Reply #20 on: December 28, 2016, 05:35:15 PM »
You would have done better if you just asked who I voted for instead of playing word games.




I DID!!! Ask you. 
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Re: The Obama legacy: An assault on the Bill of Rights
« Reply #21 on: December 28, 2016, 05:38:07 PM »



I DID!!! Ask you.

You know why the guy kept hitting himself in the head with a hammer, don't you?

Because it felt so good when he stopped.

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Re: The Obama legacy: An assault on the Bill of Rights
« Reply #22 on: December 28, 2016, 05:40:51 PM »
You know why the guy kept hitting himself in the head with a hammer, don't you?

Because it felt so good when he stopped.

Yes I do.   :lol:    But blades just will not stop.    :lol:
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Re: The Obama legacy: An assault on the Bill of Rights
« Reply #23 on: December 29, 2016, 07:55:37 AM »



I DID!!! Ask you.
I have checked back over the thread and can't see a single time I was asked who I voted for.

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Re: The Obama legacy: An assault on the Bill of Rights
« Reply #24 on: December 29, 2016, 08:09:45 AM »
You would have done better if you just asked who I voted for instead of playing word games.
I don't care who you voted for, never asked. My only point was voting for the individual and party should never be an obstacle.
But taking a wild guess, you voted for Johnson, the former RINO of the GOP?
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Re: The Obama legacy: An assault on the Bill of Rights
« Reply #25 on: December 29, 2016, 08:14:31 AM »
I don't care who you voted for, never asked. My only point was voting for the individual and party should never be an obstacle.
But taking a wild guess, you voted for Johnson, the former RINO of the GOP?
So in the same breath you tell me you don't care who I voted for, and then tell me who I voted for..
confusing for sure.
NO I did not vote for loonie tunes Johnson.

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Re: The Obama legacy: An assault on the Bill of Rights
« Reply #26 on: December 29, 2016, 08:16:44 AM »
I have checked back over the thread and can't see a single time I was asked who I voted for.

My hammer is much bigger

Access to POTUS thread:

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You did not say that until now, Solar told you that.

Are you for Trump or not?  Just yes or No.

You (post #41)
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I posted a link very early in the thread that stated that.

And I am pro Constitution ...the person is irrelevant.
I would support anyone as long as they abide by their oath and followed the Constitution. That's what keeps them in check and their personal agenda would matter very little

You forget you leave a record of everything you say here

Shall I look for more?

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Re: The Obama legacy: An assault on the Bill of Rights
« Reply #27 on: December 29, 2016, 03:37:13 PM »
I have checked back over the thread and can't see a single time I was asked who I voted for.

My hammer is much bigger

I keep telling you, you have to be smarter then a box of rock when your posting on a adult Conservative board.

Trust me my hammer tops you hammer. 

Don't be shy.  So tell us who did you vote for?


Your BS reply!

in which election??which office?
I forgot I did vote R for governor and he won...but I did it for my step father cause he liked the guy, hope he doesn't frig it up ...I would fell horrible

for potus I went with the one person who has not lied cheated or stolen from the american people and is a true Con Con
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Re: The Obama legacy: An assault on the Bill of Rights
« Reply #28 on: December 29, 2016, 04:20:04 PM »
I keep telling you, you have to be smarter then a box of rock when your posting on a adult Conservative board.

Trust me my hammer tops you hammer. 


Your BS reply!
in which election??which office?
I forgot I did vote R for governor and he won...but I did it for my step father cause he liked the guy, hope he doesn't frig it up ...I would fell horrible

for potus I went with the one person who has not lied cheated or stolen from the american people and is a true Con Con.

Can you figure it out?
There are not a lot of options.

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Re: The Obama legacy: An assault on the Bill of Rights
« Reply #29 on: December 29, 2016, 04:23:34 PM »
in which election??which office?
I forgot I did vote R for governor and he won...but I did it for my step father cause he liked the guy, hope he doesn't frig it up ...I would fell horrible

for potus I went with the one person who has not lied cheated or stolen from the american people and is a true Con Con.

Can you figure it out?
There are not a lot of options.

Now whose playing word games?

You gave him the same information he provided in your quote

 

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