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PostPosted: Thu Apr 10, 2014 6:52 pm 
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BRAVO SIERRA wrote:
I think there are many more critical issues to get pissed about.

That's great! So, I gather that in the future we'll be seeing you get pissed in threads other than this one.

Should anyone else be in need of a remedial lesson concerning the gist of this thread, it has to do with something FZ said during his introduction to Stink-Foot on Make A Jazz Noise Here.

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 11, 2014 4:19 am 
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Another FZ quote you mental midget, why don't you kiss my fucking ass.

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 11, 2014 4:43 am 
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BRAVO SIERRA wrote:
...why don't you kiss my fucking ass?

Unlike you, I don't invite other men to kiss my ass. I'm not gay, sweetheart. :mrgreen:

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It is an FZ quote, to another male, you are a little homo phobic , snivel about it.

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 11, 2014 7:09 am 
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BRAVO SIERRA (Mental Giant) wrote:
Another FZ quote [sic] you mental midget, [sic] why don't you kiss my fucking ass. [sic]

If you had properly used a colon, rather than a comma, I would have understood your meaning. I thought you were referring to the topic's title, and inviting/demanding me to kiss your ass.

…..but what do I know? I'm just a "mental midget". :mrgreen:

In this case, the crux of the biscuit is not the apostrophe.

If you're going to engage in name-calling, please improve your writing skills. It's "homophobic", Mr. Sierra.

I didn't mean to hurt your feelings. - Sorry -

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Fort Lauderdale Megachurch Pastor Resigns Over ‘Moral Failing’

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A few affairs and an addiction to pornography are the reasons given for Bob Coy's hasty exit.

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Mr. Nice Guy wrote:
BRAVO SIERRA (Mental Giant) wrote:
Another FZ quote [sic] you mental midget, [sic] why don't you kiss my fucking ass. [sic]

If you had properly used a colon, rather than a comma, I would have understood your meaning. I thought you were referring to the topic's title, and inviting/demanding me to kiss your ass.

…..but what do I know? I'm just a "mental midget". :mrgreen:

In this case, the crux of the biscuit is not the apostrophe.

If you're going to engage in name-calling, please improve your writing skills. It's "homophobic", Mr. Sierra.

I didn't mean to hurt your feelings. - Sorry -



Eat me Mr insincere, then snivel about it.

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 11, 2014 9:01 am 
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BRAVO SIERRA wrote:
Eat me…..

Your mind seems to take you in this direction.

…..and you're calling me homophobic?

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 11, 2014 9:21 am 
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Why is it that whenever somebody points out lying, cheating, crooked and rotten behavior of Conservative and Republican politicians and activists, the Conservative and/or Republican response is always to point out that somebody else from the other side of the spectrum did it so it's not a big deal, but if Liberals and Democrats get caught, then it's suddenly a big deal? The hypocrisy and extremism is astonishing.


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Why is it that whenever somebody points out lying, cheating, crooked and rotten behavior of Liberal and Democratic politicians and activists, the Liberal and/or Democratic response is always to point out that somebody else from the other side of the spectrum did it so it's not a big deal, but if Conservatives and Republicans get caught, then it's suddenly a big deal? The hypocrisy and extremism is astonishing.



Your response is to copy and paste my post and change a couple of words around? A Disco Douche move. :roll:

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In November 2005, the initial five e-mails were leaked out of Alexander's office, after the recipient (a page whom Alexander sponsored) reported them to the Congressman.[18]

Two Florida newspapers, the St. Petersburg Times and the Miami Herald, and the Fox News Channel acquired copies of these e-mails in November 2005, but decided not to publish a story. According to an editor at the St. Petersburg Times, they received the e-mails from a source in Alexander's office...

...At least thirteen Republican Congressmen or congressional staffers acknowledged that they knew of the five initial e-mails before they were made public: Majority Leader John Boehner (Ohio); Reynolds; Alexander and John Shimkus (Ill.) (Chairman of the House Page Board); Hastert, Mike Stokke, Ted Van Der Meid, and Tim Kennedy in Hastert's office; Paula Nowakowski, Boehner's chief of staff; Trandahl; Alexander's chief of staff (Royal Alexander, no relation) and another Alexander staffer, Danielle Savoy, Fordham; Kolbe, and Kolbe's staffer.



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mark_Foley_scandal

Even though Fox News and the Republican leadership knew Foley was a pedophile, they let him keep his job so they wouldn't lose the seat.

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Stand back and look at your self SB why do you think you have the ONLY answer? Go get some help.

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AUSTIN, Texas – A grand jury indicted Texas Gov. Rick Perry on Friday for abusing the powers of his office by carrying out a threat to veto funding for state prosecutors investigating public corruption, making the possible 2016 presidential candidate his state’s first indicted governor in nearly a century.

Perry was indicted by an Austin grand jury on felony counts of abuse of official capacity and coercion of a public servant. Maximum punishment on the first charge is five to 99 years in prison. The second is two to 10 years.

Perry and his aides say he didn’t break any laws.

http://www.greenvilleonline.com/story/news/politics/2014/08/15/texas-gov-rick-perry-indicted-coercion/14140025/

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It will never hold, and the dumb bitch that this is based on was drunk and living on her government check should be made a public spectacle.

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…looks like he just stepped into a Sears Portrait Studio :mrgreen:

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Former Virginia Gov. McDonnell and Wife Found Guilty
Jury Backs Government Charge That Couple Broke Law by Accepting Lavish Gifts from a Donor

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RICHMOND, Va.—A jury found former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife, Maureen, guilty of a slate of public-corruption charges on Thursday, rejecting the couple's defense that their marriage was too broken for them to conspire and that they didn't accept lavish gifts in exchange for backing a wealthy donor's business.

Mr. McDonnell broke down in tears and covered his face with his hands as the verdict was read. The former Republican governor was convicted on 11 conspiracy-related counts. Mrs. McDonnell maintained her composure, but appeared to battle tears as she learned that the jury found her guilty on nine counts, including conspiracy and obstruction of justice.

Mr. and Mrs. McDonnell had both pleaded not guilty to the 14 charges they faced. They were acquitted of making false statements on bank-loan applications and Mrs. McDonnell was found not guilty of charges related to accepting golf games and gear, among other things.

The jury of seven men and five women deliberated for about 48 hours after hearing testimony for more than a month in federal court, not far from the governor's mansion where the couple lived from 2010 through January.

Mr. and Mrs. McDonnell, who have five children and are both 60 years old, are expected to be sentenced Jan. 6 by Judge James R. Spencer. They face lengthy prison terms and hefty fines.

The McDonnells had no visible contact with each other Thursday and they left the courthouse separately.

As he drove off, Mr. McDonell told reporters: "All I can say is my trust remains in the Lord."

http://online.wsj.com/articles/former-virginia-gov-bob-mcdonnell-and-wife-found-guilty-on-public-corruption-charges-1409858382

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That's a great excuse, though. "We couldn't conspire because our marriage was broken". I'm sure "The Lord" will give them 5 years off in purgatory for that line alone.

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Judge rules he won't dismiss Rick Perry case over paperwork technicality

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(CNN) -- A state district judge in Texas has denied a defense motion to have two felony charges dismissed against outgoing Gov. Rick Perry.

Perry's defense argued the indictment should have been voided over questions regarding the validity of the oath of office taken by the special prosecutor in the case, Michael McCrum, as well as other paperwork technicalities.

The governor's legal team argued that McCrum incorrectly took the oath of office when McCrum was sworn in as special prosecutor in August 2013, and thus, McCrum's work over the past 15 months should be considered invalid.

The district judge disagreed.

"This court concludes that Mr. McCrum's authority was not voided by the procedural irregularities in how and when the oath of office and statement of officer were administered and filed," Judge Bert Richardson said in his ruling.

Richardson concluded that because the two parties didn't dispute that McCrum did in fact take the oath of office, McCrum's lack of a signature on the paperwork doesn't invalidate his pledge.

"It is the act of swearing, not the signature itself, that is essential," the ruling reads.

Perry was indicted in August on two felony charges, accused of abusing his power as governor in trying to pressure a Travis County district attorney to step down. Perry had threatened to veto a bill that would provide funding for a public integrity unit headed Rosemary Lehmberg, in light of Lehmberg being arrested for drunken driving in August 2013.

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