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Those Craaaazy Republicans!

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by Nekro, Aug 5, 2004.

  1. Nekro

    Nekro 12oz Elite Member

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    Those Craaaazy Republicans!

    Discussion started by Nekro - Aug 5, 2004

    First, this guy wants us to enforce genetic control on the population so we can create a super-race. Basically he says that poverty is caused by inferior genes (read: being black) and the way to solve this problem is to prevent blacks from breeding. A quote:
    The kicker is that this guy's running unopposed in the republican primary in the 8th district of Tennessee.

    Republicans have a sense of history. Sonny Perdue, the Governor of Georgia, celebrated his election victory, and the end of Democratic control, by intoning the words of Martin Luther King: "Free at last, free at last, thank God Almighty, we're free at last!" He gave his speech in front of a large Confederate flag.

    John Hostettler, Congressman from Indiana, is a Republican. He was briefly detained by security at the Louisville, Kentucky, airport, when they found a loaded Glock-9mm automatic pistol in his briefcase. In 2000, when the Violence Against Women Act passed Congress by a vote of 415 to 3, Hostettler was one of the three.

    Republicans like ice cream, but they do not like the ice cream made by Ben & Jerry?s, with its notorious support of progressive causes. So they have created their own brand, Star-Spangled Ice Cream, which has pledged 19% of its profits to conservative organizations. Among its flavors are I Hate the French Vanilla, Gun Nut, Smaller GovernMINT, Iraqi Road, and Choc & Awe.

    Herbert O. Chadbourne is probably a Republican. A professor at the evangelical Regent University, he developed a facial tic? the result he said, of exposure to biological or chemical agents when he was a soldier in the first Gulf War. The university, however, said that the tic was a sign that he was possessed by a demon, having been cursed by God for sinfulness, and fired him.

    Republicans like technology. Although most programs for low-income housing and job training have been greatly reduced or eliminated, the Department of Labor has created a website for the homeless.

    Specialist Sean Baker of the Kentucky National Guard, was probably once a Republican, but may no longer be one. Assigned to the military prison in Guantanamo Bay, he volunteered to portray a detainee in a training drill. A five-man "immediate response force" choked and beat him on the steel floor of the 6' x 8' cell, despite his shouting the code word and telling his assailants he was an American soldier. They finally stopped when his orange prison suit was ripped off, revealing a military uniform. Baker spent 48 days in the hospital and still suffers from seizures. Laurie Arellano, a Republican and spokesperson for the Pentagon, said that Baker?s hospital stay was "not related to the beating at Guantanamo." A few days later she said this was not true. The incident was taped, but the tape has now been lost.

    Republicans support legislation with cheerful names: Healthy Forests, Clean Skies, Climate Leaders, No Child Left Behind, KidCare. Healthy Forests opens up Sequoia National Park and other parks and national wilderness areas to logging and more roads for loggers. Clean Skies allows 68% more nitrogen oxide, 125% more sulfur dioxide, and 420% more mercury air pollution than the Clean Air law it replaces. Climate Leaders is a plan for businesses to voluntarily reduce their greenhouse gas emissions; of the many thousands of potential Leaders, only 14 have volunteered. No Child Left Behind cuts most school programs in favor of standardized testing. KidCare, a Jeb Bush initiative in the state of Florida, resulted in 167,500 children losing their medical insurance.

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  2. Dr. Dazzle

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    "Republicans do not like children. A little girl asked Richard Riordan, Secretary of Education for the State of California, if he knew that her name, Isis, "meant Egyptian goddess." "It means stupid, dirty girl," Riordan replied".
     
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    mental invalid - Replied Aug 5, 2004


    hahaha....
     
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    Kr430n5_666 - Replied Aug 5, 2004

    d: i am unexposed to these things
    t: oh dear
    t: we shall have to change this
    d: then we shall do that
     
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    BURLAP - Replied Aug 5, 2004

    the irony of that quote is unbelievable.
     
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    SteveAustin - Replied Aug 5, 2004

    ha-ha...sometimes I just have to wonder
     
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    <KEY3> - Replied Aug 5, 2004

    I mean really people... the earth is round! Deal with it.
     
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    !@#$% - Replied Aug 5, 2004

    as a geneticist, i really cannot stress enough that politicians should keep their fucking bullshit opinions out of science.

    there have been a multitude of studies that show that although many races have common genetic features, some people may exhibit more genetic similarity with a personof a different race, than with a person of their own race.


    it's all about funding.

    where doesn't government money go?
    into innercity schools
    why?
    to keep the poor complacent.
     
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    GeraloRivera - Replied Aug 5, 2004

    :lol:
     
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    ignorance is awesome
     
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    lets all go in to exile! And have a national monument in memory of rick james and dondi.
     
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