To the shock and surprise of nobody (Part 2)...

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To the shock and surprise of nobody (Part 2)...

Postby Pwns » Tue May 08, 2018 10:12 am

The liberal analogue of marriage purity conks that like to do teenage boys...

The liberal feminist #metoo man that takes lots of liberties with women.

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Re: To the shock and surprise of nobody (Part 2)...

Postby BDKJMU » Tue May 08, 2018 1:28 pm

Lol. That ‘progressive’ has been has been sueing to block Trump admin policies any chance gets and has been on a CRUSADE for the #MeToo movement, while all along, abusing women. You can’t make this **** up.. 8-) Leftist donk hypocrisy :rofl:

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Re: To the shock and surprise of nobody (Part 2)...

Postby Chizzang » Tue May 08, 2018 2:50 pm

This is exactly why we should cast a weary eye on the loudest voices...
In a reasonable Nation of large freedoms and a just "mind your own business" general disposition
Always be curious about the loudest voice

In an oppressed nation with limited freedoms and a dictator there is a difference for sure
The people must rebel against injustice

But in a Nation based on Freedom
Those that cry out they are being oppressed and are not free
and there are plenty of groups on both sides of the argument that pretend to be violated
You gotta wonder what they're really up to...

Example:
loud Family Values Anti-Gay Conservatives
Black Lives Matters organizers
This guy (above) Eric Schneiderman
Alpha and his weird hatred for women

These kinds of individuals should make every reasonable person suspicious
in a "me thinks thou doth protest too much" kind of way
The road to Salvation cannot be achieved through the use of logic or common sense
And such are the mysteries of Salvation...

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Re: To the shock and surprise of nobody (Part 2)...

Postby ALPHAGRIZ1 » Thu May 10, 2018 10:51 pm

I dont hate women, you made that up..........but please continue its really funny and I hope more people buy it!
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Re: To the shock and surprise of nobody (Part 2)...

Postby CID1990 » Thu May 10, 2018 11:10 pm

Chizzang wrote:This is exactly why we should cast a weary eye on the loudest voices...
In a reasonable Nation of large freedoms and a just "mind your own business" general disposition
Always be curious about the loudest voice

In an oppressed nation with limited freedoms and a dictator there is a difference for sure
The people must rebel against injustice

But in a Nation based on Freedom
Those that cry out they are being oppressed and are not free
and there are plenty of groups on both sides of the argument that pretend to be violated
You gotta wonder what they're really up to...

Example:
loud Family Values Anti-Gay Conservatives
Black Lives Matters organizers
This guy (above) Eric Schneiderman
Alpha and his weird hatred for women

These kinds of individuals should make every reasonable person suspicious
in a "me thinks thou doth protest too much" kind of way


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Re: To the shock and surprise of nobody (Part 2)...

Postby JohnStOnge » Fri May 11, 2018 3:00 pm

The big thing here is that the "Liberals" are not tolerating bad behavior in their midst while the "Conservatives" are. I can remember thinking things were the opposite back in the 1990s when Bill Clinton was in office. I thought it was a plus for Republicans that, for example, Bob Livingston had to resign while the Democrats accepted Bill Clinton's behavior.

But now the shoe is on the other foot. The Democrats are not tolerating bad behavior while the Republicans would tolerate anything from Trump. Also some of the people around Trump like Pruitt.
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Re: To the shock and surprise of nobody (Part 2)...

Postby kalm » Fri May 11, 2018 3:13 pm

JohnStOnge wrote:The big thing here is that the "Liberals" are not tolerating bad behavior in their midst while the "Conservatives" are. I can remember thinking things were the opposite back in the 1990s when Bill Clinton was in office. I thought it was a plus for Republicans that, for example, Bob Livingston had to resign while the Democrats accepted Bill Clinton's behavior.

But now the shoe is on the other foot. The Democrats are not tolerating bad behavior while the Republicans would tolerate anything from Trump. Also some of the people around Trump like Pruitt.


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Re: To the shock and surprise of nobody (Part 2)...

Postby Chizzang » Fri May 11, 2018 3:22 pm

JohnStOnge wrote:The big thing here is that the "Liberals" are not tolerating bad behavior in their midst while the "Conservatives" are. I can remember thinking things were the opposite back in the 1990s when Bill Clinton was in office. I thought it was a plus for Republicans that, for example, Bob Livingston had to resign while the Democrats accepted Bill Clinton's behavior.

But now the shoe is on the other foot. The Democrats are not tolerating bad behavior while the Republicans would tolerate anything from Trump. Also some of the people around Trump like Pruitt.


Where you're confused John is that you actually think (or certainly used to think)
that some people had moral superiority over others simply because they appeared to have
a belief system that you and your loved ones adhered to...

What you're coming to realize is that a veneer conceals the truth it does not support the truth
and in fact those that extol their own virtues and righteousness are typically less trustworthy
than those that accept we're all flawed and don't see morality as a tool

John,
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Re: To the shock and surprise of nobody (Part 2)...

Postby css75 » Fri May 11, 2018 9:53 pm

kalm wrote:
JohnStOnge wrote:The big thing here is that the "Liberals" are not tolerating bad behavior in their midst while the "Conservatives" are. I can remember thinking things were the opposite back in the 1990s when Bill Clinton was in office. I thought it was a plus for Republicans that, for example, Bob Livingston had to resign while the Democrats accepted Bill Clinton's behavior.

But now the shoe is on the other foot. The Democrats are not tolerating bad behavior while the Republicans would tolerate anything from Trump. Also some of the people around Trump like Pruitt.


At some point you discover they’re mostly all assholes....regardless of tribe.


Possibly, your most sensible post ever.


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Re: To the shock and surprise of nobody (Part 2)...

Postby Col Hogan » Sat May 12, 2018 8:06 am

JohnStOnge wrote:The big thing here is that the "Liberals" are not tolerating bad behavior in their midst while the "Conservatives" are. I can remember thinking things were the opposite back in the 1990s when Bill Clinton was in office. I thought it was a plus for Republicans that, for example, Bob Livingston had to resign while the Democrats accepted Bill Clinton's behavior.

But now the shoe is on the other foot. The Democrats are not tolerating bad behavior while the Republicans would tolerate anything from Trump. Also some of the people around Trump like Pruitt.


This is funny...you believe that Democrats did not know what guys like Weinstein or The NY AG were doing to women...and once they found out, they became instantly indignant...

Hollywood and Albany democrats were well aware of what was going on...but those two men were powerful and on their side...so they turned their eyes away...Once it became public knowledge, their indignation was instant and powerful...and so hypocritical...

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