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Subject: Re: New Homeland Security Mottos?
Date: Wed, 27 Nov 2002 13:26:52 -0500
Organization: MindSpring Enterprises
References: wrote in message
> "toad-o-line" wrote in
> > Is it my fault if you're too lazy and ignorant to read my posts? I
> > think not.
> No, it's your fault that your posts are too ignorant to be worth
> reading. And yes, we know you 'think not.'
What a moron! I guess you never grew out of that Beavis and Butthead
mentality. Twisting idiomatic English when you have nothing else to say. I
clearly think a great deal more than you if you're calling me an "egghead"
> > Not that your ignorant diatribe against me deserves a response, but a
> > wise man once said I should be able to suffer fools more gladly. I
> > guess this is case in point, fool:
> Heh heh. You could do so better by answering the questions I posted to
> you, rather than delete everything and call them ad hominem.
I believe I answered the one thing you grunted that passed for a question.
That was about three posts ago I don't have the answer, but trusting the
administration and settling for a weak "i don't like it" is not enough. For
a Republican toady like yourself I suppouse it is though.
> > Last time I checked this was still a free country. Ordinary citizens
> > could change things they did not like by getting involved, and that's
> > what I'm advocating. If you don't like something - -and you claim you
> > don't - - then get up off your large bottom, put down the coke, nachos
> > and PS2 and do something about it. Join the EFF, the ACLU, or whatever
> > organization your political persuasion supports. Write letters to your
> > Congressman and Senators, engagae in public discourse.....do something!
> > That's all I'm saying. I don't profess to have all the answers.
That's good. I don't see that you have any. Oh, you think you know the
> size of my ass, and my eating habits, apparently. Oh, and you're familiar
> with the term 'ad hominem' but you don't seem to have a problem using
Ah... the shaved ape understands irony....I feel like Pygmalion. I'm making
the silk purse out of a the sow's ear named Alder!
> > And no, I don't hate the American people. Nice of you to sieze on my
> > comments on the Democratic party and instantly construct the delusion
> > that I actually hate people! Maybe it's time for your next shot of
> > Thorazine: shall I call the nurse?
> Ah, and now you have my medical history as well? Wouldn't it have been
> easier to just answer my questions. You said you hate the Republicans and
> the Democrats too.
I believe what I said, o addle-brained one, is that I dislike those who
slavishly adhere to party labels AND to preempt being called a Democrat that
there was "no love lost" between me and the Democrats. Have you actually
been reading long? If you have, I suggest you are in bad need of a course
in reading comprehension. You clearly can't understand simple, declarative
> > What I said was that I intensely dislike people who slavishly follow
> > labels.
> No, you didn't. You said you "hate the Dems, too." Now you want to lie
> about it as if no one can look back once you've snipped it?
See above. My statement was "There is no love lost between me and the
> > Notice my dislike of you: a slavish Republican toady if ever
> > there was one. And I think both parties are pretty rotten too.
> Every quiz I've ever taken along those lines puts me as a hardcore
> libertarian. So I guess you dislike me because you're a hatemongering
Nice.....kiss your mother with that mouth? I'm sure you don't know the
meaning of the word Libertarian, much less what Libertarians in the US stand
for. As proof of your ignorance, Libertarians generally speaking tend to be
the ones who are the MOST concerned about government intrusion on
> > And watch who you call a hatemongering a**hole. It's you and not me
> > who is using obscenities. Unlike you, I have a sufficient command of
> > the English language that I need not resort to calling people d***heads
> > and a**holes.
> One doesn't need profanity to be a hatemongering asshole.
Ah yes. What specifically, other than my statement about no love lost
between me and the Dems, qualifies me as a "hate-mongering a**hole?" The
only people I dislike are folks like yourselves who don't have the energy to
think for themselves. What specifically about anything I've said is
> > Perhaps your post should have said that you refuse to engage in
> > discourse with those who differ from you in political persuasion?
> I do it all the time.
Your post is ample evidence of how poorly you do it. Your idea of discourse
is to ignore or twist what is said and then flame based on your distortions.
You, sir are in the parlance of the Irish, an eedjet.
> > Or that you refuse to engage people like me who are so clearly
> > your intellectual superior in every conceivable way??
> Hee hee hee. Good one! Oh, you were serious?
Go ahead...keep digging the hole. You've said nothing to disprove me.
Certainly your idea of "discourse" puts your IQ at about 16.
> > Go ahead...heap invective on me. It's about all your brain can handle.
> >> > "Jim Alder" wrote in message
> >> >
> I'd think such an egghead could handle the questions.
I believe I did. Goodbye you addle-brained Republican toady. Go figure out
what a Libertarian is. Then go back to your Doritos and comic books. Or is
it video games?
> Congress is so strange. A man gets up to speak and says nothing. Nobody
> listens - and then everybody disagrees. ~Boris Marshalov
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