IMPEACH HUSSEIN OBAMA
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I couldn't resist posting this as a little comic relief from a bunch of libs. I am making the assumption the great majority of the people in this community are libs considering the location...
Democratic 44,070 26.48%Republican 27,687 16.63%Unaffiliated 93,815 56.36%Minor Parties 881 0.53%http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barnstable_County,_Massachusetts#Politics
Obama-Biden 12,842Romney-Ryan 12,290Elizabeth Warren 11,360Scott Brown 14,046http://barnstable-hyannis.patch.com/articles/barnstable-election-results-2012?logout=true
Actually, Barnstable County, MA:And, 2012:Obama got the same percentage he did nationally, 51%, and the Republican, Brown, trounced Warren in a state that Warren won. It's exactly as stupid as a MA resident "making the assumption the great majority of the people in" Asheville are cons "considering the (NC) location." Didn't anyone in this echo chamber think to check?Irony. All energy sources other than reasonable conservation have their downsides. If there are minor negatives in Falmouth, at least they're being experienced by the energy consumers. Supsalemgr and many cons are consistent advocates for others having to suffer majorly for their consumption.
Libs usurp the moniker "Progressive", but want to take us into the past.
"...Supsalemgr and many cons are consistent advocates for others having to suffer majorly for their consumption."Subsidies and externalized costs - pollution, trade deficits, support for dictators, flattened Appalachians, wars, etc. - with nukes and fossil fuels. If you, taxed, believe that consumer energy prices should reflect their true costs, all of them, so that the market can operate accurately and efficiently then I am not referring to you.What do you think of supsalemgr's mis-description of Falmouth politics and the unquestioning acceptance of it by every other poster here?
All energy sources other than reasonable conservation have their downsides. If there are minor negatives in Falmouth, at least they're being experienced by the energy consumers. Supsalemgr and many cons are consistent advocates for others having to suffer majorly for their consumption.
English?I have no idea what you're trying to say.
Thanks goodness it isn't just me. It looks like he's trying to blame the link in the OP on conservatives. I'm hoping he has the intellect to articulate that position.
I read it several times, it sounds like he is an advocate for Green.
A "free market" greenie?? hahahahaIt's adorable when they try and load up all their talking points into one post.
He's right about one thing though, I love watching libs suffer for being stupid enough to fall for the Big Green Hype.
This goes back to my "liberals are less intelligent" thread. What kind of moron falls for this??
Wait, you mean there are types of morons?I just assumed they were all the same, you know, the low information voters...
I know you are pent up and want to go down a laundry list of idiocy, but let's take them one at a time. Count to 10.First, conservatives aren't for energy subsidies. If you are unaware of the many, many, many direct and indirect subsidies (I only listed a few) enjoyed by nukes and fossil fuels and supported by cons, I'm afraid that I don't have enough time to help you. Have you heard of Google?That is entirely a liberal/big government thing. Wrong, the subsidies received by sustainable energy producers are a tiny fraction of that given to nukes and fossil fuels.Please show the forum where conservatives favor energy subsidies. Liberals/big government ruined solar, Huh?are driving up gas prices, The ones that have never reflected the true costs.fighting fracking, Subsidized with our clean water.fighting against nuclear, Subsidized with huge loan guarantees and liability limits.and on and on. Conservatives want smaller government and more freedom to innovate and produce energy -- and yes, as the free market dictates. Again, please explain your attempt to hang the energy problems on conservatives.I didn't, I just posted, truthfully that many cons have long supported subsidies for nukes and fossil fuels. As for hanging "the energy problems on conservatives", we've all done our part. Why do you feel the need to create a straw man in lieu of addressing what I actually posted?Second, I have no idea what supsalesmgr's position is on Falmouth. If it was anti-capitalist and big-government, then debates will ensue. Otherwise, I haven't seen that, so please tell the class where he is big-government. I don't think he is, and have seen zero evidence as such.His position, as he clearly posted and I clearly debunked is that it's liberal. Are you ducking now? The position of every other poster here is that supsalesmgr must be correct because it's in MA, and none showed the initiative to check.I am 100% for the free market dictating energy costs, and innovation, hence why I'm a conservative and not a liberal.Good for you. Now get your GOP reps to actually be conservative and end the anti-free market subsidies and externalized costs - pollution, trade deficits, support for dictators, flattened Appalachians, wars, dirty water, loan guarantees, liability limits, etc. - for nukes and fossil fuels.When you reply, please take a moment to breath, take your time, and articulate yourself. You can do it.