Hey Joeslogic, you just SUCK!

Discussion in 'Politics' started by Comrade John, Dec 16, 2010.

  1. Trick

    Trick New Member

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    Bumping again. The discussion seems rather amusing.
     
  2. Joeslogic

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    And just like the nut that flew a plane into the Austin TX IRS building this shooter in AZ was more of a left winger than a right winger. He has zero to do with the Tea Party, Palin, Glen Beck, Rush Limbaugh or any of the others.

    Meanwhile this plays out as a good smokescreen to distract from the economy being in the second great depression.
     
  3. Aballister

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    So let's say for argument's sake that his political views were an unhealthy mix of the movies Signs and Taxi Driver. It still opens up a debate about the extent of partisanship in politics.

    Tell me something, if you met me in Texas, would you open your house and show hospitality even though I'm a moderate conservative? Would my political opinions get in the way of a friendly lunch at a local diner?
     
  4. Joeslogic

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    I probably know as many a$$hole conservatives as I know a$$hole libtards. Not a problem never has been, I actually get along well with most people and am pretty damn open minded. If I did not agree with a persons politics I would change subject to something of mutual interest. Travel, Canada... something different. I'll be going to Victoria this year BTW. On a cruise from Seattle to Ketchikan, Juneau, Skagway, Victoria, then back to Seattle. Looking forward to it.
     
  5. Lomotil

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    I can't speak for Joe, but in my mind's eye, "Texas Hospitality" has nothing to do with inviting a (somewhat) complete stranger into my own home. I simply do not do that. I've no qualms whatsoever when it comes to a friend (Internet or otherwise) visiting the area and meeting up with them, hopefully offering some sort of local recommendations, and, echoing Joe's answer, I tend to adopt the "Religion and Politics - not at the dinner table" mindset if in the company of one with differing views. Over drinks, that's another story... ;-) (J/K)

    Despite whatever online opinion anyone may have of me... in person, should any subject come up from a guest to my neck of the woods, in which a differing opinion arises, I would lend an open ear and do my best to restrain myself and listen to their opinion. I try to be fair in this regard.

    Besides, it gives me even more time to think of new places to hide the body. :)
     
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  7. Lomotil

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    Great videos! Fucking hilarious, yet sad at the same time...
     

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